Slavonic studies at Macquarie University 1983–1998: an experiment in migrant language maintenance

by Halyna Koscharsky, Aleksandar Pavković

The Slavonic Studies programme at Macquarie University was one of the relatively few higher education programmes funded directly by the Commonwealth government to teach migrant community languages primarily to students from those communities. This paper will outline the main stages of its history from its inception in 1982 to its dissolution in 1998.

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