Since the Transient Languages and Cultures blog began in 2006 at the University of Sydney, it has had a number of authors, from linguists, to archivists, and many guest bloggers. Originally, all contributors were either staff or students at the University of Sydney, however it wasn’t long before Peter Austin, from the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) in London, began writing guest posts.

In moving to our own hosted blog, the newly renamed Endangered Languages and Cultures can now give Peter, as well as some other guest bloggers, the full account that they deserved.

Below is a full list of contributors as of 2011 – now expanded.

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