This is a searchable bibliography of all relevant research produced by our Centre members since 2014. Many of these publications can be downloaded as pdfs via our Zotero group or through the digital repositories of the researchers' home institutions. Search for the author's name at the permanent repositories managed by the Australian National University, The University of Melbourne, The University of Queensland and Western Sydney University.
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Loss of color terms not demonstrated
David Nash. 2017. "Loss of color terms not demonstrated." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America PNAS, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. doi: 10.1073/pnas.1714007114.
Matthew Baerman, Dunstan Brown, and Greville Corbett. 2017. Morphological Complexity. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press.
Archi: Complexities of agreement in cross-theoretical perspective (Oxford Studies of Endangered Languages)
Oliver Bond, Greville Gorbett, Marina Chumakina, and Dunstan Brown. 2017. Archi: Complexities of agreement in cross-theoretical perspective (Oxford Studies of Endangered Languages). Oxford : Oxford University Press.
Quantification in Nungon
Hannah Sarvasy. 2017. "Quantification in Nungon." Springer Studies in Linguistics and Philosophy. 97: 609-663.
Brilliance as cognitive complexity in Aboriginal Australia
Myfany Turpin, and Nigel Fabb. 2017. "Brilliance as cognitive complexity in Aboriginal Australia." Oceania. (87): 209-230.
A replicable acoustic measure of lenition and the nature of variability in Gurindji stops
Tom Ennever, Felicity Meakins, and Erich Round. 2017. "A replicable acoustic measure of lenition and the nature of variability in Gurindji stops." Laboratory Phonology. 8 (1): 1-32. doi: https://doi.org/10.5334/labphon.18.
Artifacts, Symbols, Thoughts
Kim Sterelny. 2017. "Artifacts, Symbols, Thoughts." Biological Theory. (THEMATIC ISSUE ARTICLE: SYMBOLS, SIGNALS, AND THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL RECORD II) doi: 10.1007/s13752-017-0277-3.
Working together to keep communicating
Jacki Liddle. 2017. "Working together to keep communicating." Australian Journal of Dementia Care. 6 (4): 10-11.
Case Study: The AusTalk Corpus
Cox., Feilcity, Cassidy, Steve, and Estival, Dominque. 2017. "Case Study: The AusTalk Corpus". In Handbook of Linguistic Annotation, 1287-1301. Dordrecht: Springer.
Australian English. Pronunciation and Transcription
Felicity Cox, and Janet Fletcher. 2017. Australian English. Pronunciation and Transcription. Port Melbourne, Victoria : Cambridge University Press.