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Journal articles

  • Wright, D, Denham, T, Shine, D et al (2013). An Archaeological Review of Western New Guinea Journal of World Prehistory. Vol. 26 25-73.
  • Wright, D, Denham, T, Shine, D et al (2013). An Archaeological Review of Western New Guinea Journal of World Prehistory. Vol. 26 25-73.
  • Donohue, M (2013). Towards a Papuan history of languages Journal of the Linguistics Society of Papua New Guinea. Vol. 31 24-41.
  • Donohue, M & Gautam, B (2013). Evidence and stance in Kusunda Nepalese Lingusitics. Vol. 28 38-47.
  • Donohue, M (2012). Typology and Areality Language Dynamics and Change. Vol. 2 98-116.
  • Donohue, M & Denham, T (2012). Lapita and proto-oceanic Journal of Pacific History. Vol. 47 443-457.
  • Donohue, M, Denham, T & Oppenheimer, S (2012). New methodologies for historical linguistics? Calibrating a lexicon-based methodology for diffusion vs. subgrouping Diachronica. Vol. 29 505-522.
  • Donohue, M, Denham, T & Oppenheimer, S (2012). Consensus and the lexicon in historical linguistics: Rejoinder to Basic vocabulary and Bayesian phylolinguistics Diachronica. Vol. 29 538-546.
  • Donohue, M & Denham, T (2012). Lapita and proto-oceanic Journal of Pacific History. Vol. 47 443-457.
  • Donohue, M, Denham, T & Oppenheimer, S (2012). Consensus and the lexicon in historical linguistics: Rejoinder to basic vocabulary and Bayesian phylolinguistics Diachronica. Vol. 29 538-546.
  • Donohue, M, Denham, T & Oppenheimer, S (2012). New methodologies for historical linguistics? Calibrating a lexicon-based methodology for diffusion vs. subgrouping Diachronica. Vol. 29 505-522.
  • Denham, T & Donohue, M (2012). Reconnecting Genes, Languages and Material Culture in Island Southeast Asia: Aphorisms on Geography and History Language Dynamics and Change. Vol. 2 184-211.
  • Denham, T & Donohue, M (2012). Lack of correspondence between Asian-Papuan genetic admixture and Austronesian language dispersal in eastern Indonesia. PNAS - Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. Vol. 109 E2577.
  • Denham, T & Donohue, M (2012). Reconnecting Genes, Languages and Material Culture in Island Southeast Asia: Aphorisms on Geography and History Language Dynamics and Change. Vol. 2 184-211.
  • Soares, P, Rito, T, Trejaut, J et al (2011). Ancient Voyaging and Polynesian Origins American Journal of Human Genetics. Vol. 88 239-247.
  • Soares, P, Rito, T, Trejaut, J et al (2011). Ancient voyaging and Polynesian origins American Journal of Human Genetics. Vol. 88 239-47.
  • Ross, B & Donohue, M (2011). The many origins of diversity and complexity in phonology Linguistic Typology. Vol. 15 251-265.
  • Perrier, X, De Langhe, E, Donohue, M et al (2011). Multidisciplinary perspectives on banana (Musa spp.) domestication PNAS - Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. Vol. 108 11311-11318.
  • Perrier, X, De Langhe, E, Donohue, M et al (2011). Multidisciplinary perspectives on banana (Musa spp.) domestication PNAS - Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. Vol. 108 11311-11318.
  • Donohue, M & Whiting, B (2011). Quantifying areality: A study of prenasalisation in Southeast Asia and New Guinea Linguistic Typology. Vol. 15 101 - 121.
  • Donohue, M & Denham, T (2011). Languages and Genes Attest Different Histories in Island Southeast Asia Oceanic Linguistics. Vol. 50 536-542.
  • Donohue, M, Musgrave, S, Whiting, B et al (2011). Typological feature analysis models linguistic geography Language (Washington). Vol. 87 369-383.
  • Donohue, M (2011). Stability of word order: Even simple questions need careful answers Linguistic Typology. Vol. 15 381-391.
  • Donohue, M & Nichols, J (2011). Does phoneme inventory size correlate with population size? Linguistic Typology. Vol. 15 161-170.
  • Donohue, M & Denham, T (2011). Languages and Genes Attest Different Histories in Island Southeast Asia Oceanic Linguistics. Vol. 50 536-542.
  • Donohue, M (2011). Case and configurationality: Scrambling or mapping? Morphology. Vol. 21 499-513.
  • Donohue, M & Denham, T (2010). Farming and Language in Island Southeast Asia: Reframing Austronesian History Current Anthropology. Vol. 51 223-256.
  • Donohue, M & Denham, T (2010). Farming and Language in Island Southeast Asia: Reframing Austronesian History Current Anthropology. Vol. 51 223-256.
  • Donohue, M (2009). Geography Is More Robust than Linguistics Science. Vol. 324 464-465.
  • Donohue, M & Denham, T (2009). Banana (Musa spp.) Domestication in the Asia-Pacific Region: Linguistic and archaeobotanical perspectives Ethnobotony Research and Applications. Vol. 7 293-332.
  • Donohue, M & Denham, T (2009). Banana (Musa spp.) Domestication in the Asia-Pacific Region: Linguistic and archaeobotanical perspectives Ethnobotony Research and Applications. Vol. 7 293-332.
  • Denham, T & Donohue, M (2009). Pre-Austronesian dispersal of banana cultivars West from New Guinea: linguistic relics from Eastern Indonesia Archaeology in Oceania. Vol. 44 18-28.
  • Denham, T, Donohue, M & Booth, S (2009). Horticultural experimentation in northern Australia reconsidered Antiquity. Vol. 83 634-648.
  • Denham, T & Donohue, M (2009). Pre-Austronesian dispersal of banana cultivars West from New Guinea: linguistic relics from Eastern Indonesia Archaeology in Oceania. Vol. 44 18-28.
  • Denham, T, Donohue, M & Booth, S (2009). Horticultural experimentation in northern Australia reconsidered Antiquity. Vol. 83 634-648.
  • Donohue, M, Wichmann, S & Albu, M (2008). Typology, Areality, and Diffusion Oceanic Linguistics. Vol. 47 223-232.
  • Donohue, M (2008). Complexities with restricted numeral systems Linguistic Typology. Vol. 12 423-429.
  • Donohue, M & Denham, T (2008). The Language of Lapita: Vanuatu and an early Papuan Presence in the Pacific Oceanic Linguistics. Vol. 47 365-376.
  • Donohue, M & Schapper, A (2008). Whence the Austronesian indirect possessive construction? Oceanic Linguistics. Vol. 47 316-327.
  • Donohue, M & Grimes, C (2008). Yet more on the position of the languages of eastern Indonesia and East Timor Oceanic Linguistics. Vol. 47 115-159.
  • Donohue, M (2008). The Malay mirror of Austronesian: Voice development and voice variation Lingua. Vol. 118 1470-1499.
  • Donohue, M (2008). Covert word classes: Seeking your own syntax in Tukang Besi Studies in Language. Vol. 32 590-609.
  • Donohue, M (2008). Complex predicates and bipartite stems in Skou Studies in Language. Vol. 32 279-335.
  • Donohue, M (2008). How many guests, what sort of hosts? PNAS - Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. Vol. 105 E1.
  • Donohue, M (2008). Prefixal 'suffixes' in Skou Australian Journal of Linguistics. Vol. 28 139-170.
  • Donohue, M (2008). Pronouns, Clitics, Orders, and Grammaticalization in Tukang Besi Studies in Philippine Languages and Cultures. Vol. 17 1-Dec.
  • Donohue, M & Denham, T (2008). The Language of Lapita: Vanuatu and an early Papuan Presence in the Pacific Oceanic Linguistics. Vol. 47 433-444.
  • Donohue, M (2007). Word order in Austronesian from north to south and west to east Linguistic Typology. Vol. 11 349-391.
  • Donohue, M & Musgrave, S (2007). Typology and the linguistic macrohistory of island Melanesia Oceanic Linguistics. Vol. 46 348-387.
  • Donohue, M (2007). The Papuan language of Tambora Oceanic Linguistics. Vol. 46 520-537.
  • Donohue, M & Sawaki, Y (2007). Papuan Malay pronominals: forms and functions Oceanic Linguistics. Vol. 46 253-276.
  • Donohue, M (2006). Classification in Human Language Theory, Culture and Society. Vol. 23 40-42.
  • Donohue, M (2006). Coronals and velars: support for Blust Oceanic Linguistics. Vol. 45 229-241.
  • Donohue, M (2006). Negative grammatical functions in Skou Language (Washington). Vol. 82 383-398.
  • Donohue, M (2005). Configurationality in the languages of New Guinea Australian Journal of Linguistics. Vol. 25 181-218.
  • Donohue, M (2005). Word order in New Guinea: dispelling a myth Oceanic Linguistics. Vol. 44 527-536.
  • Donohue, M (2005). Syntactic and lexical factors conditioning the diffusion of sound change Oceanic Linguistics. Vol. 44 427-442.
  • Donohue, M (2005). Numerals and their position in universal grammar Journal of Language & Translation. Vol. 6 Jan-37.
  • Donohue, M (2004). Typology and linguistic areas Oceanic Linguistics. Vol. 43 221-239.
  • Donohue, M (2004). Proto-Oceanic ma- and the adjectives: Oceanic as seen through possibly productive morphology in Tukang Besi Oceanic Linguistics. Vol. 43 149-176.
  • Donohue, M (2004). A voice opposition without voice morphology ZAS Papers in Linguistics. Vol. 34 73-88.
  • Donohue, M (2003). Agreement in the Skou language: a historical account Oceanic Linguistics. Vol. 42 479-498.
  • Donohue, M (2003). The laryngeal gesture in Austronesian languages: a terminological quibble Oceanic Linguistics. Vol. 42 213-217.
  • Donohue, M (2003). Morphological templates, headedness, and applicatives in Barupu Oceanic Linguistics. Vol. 42 111-143.
  • Donohue, M (2002). Which sounds change: descent and borrowing in the Skou family Oceanic Linguistics. Vol. 41 157-207.
  • Donohue, M & Brown, L (1999). Ergativity: some additions from Indonesia Australian Journal of Linguistics. Vol. 19(1) 57-76.

Books

  • Donohue, M & Wichmann, S (2008). The Typology of Semantic Alignment . UK: Oxford University Press.
  • Donohue, M (2007). Wulguru: A salvage study of a north-eastern Australian language from Townsville . Munich Germany: Lincom Europa.
  • Donohue, M & San Roque, L (2004). Isaka: A sketch grammar of a language of north-central New Guinea . Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.
  • Donohue, M & San Roque, L (2004). Isaka: A sketch grammar of a language of north-central New Guinea . Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.
  • Do, M (2003). Vietnamese Supernaturalism: Views from the southern region . London and New York: Routledge Curzon.

Book chapters

  • Donohue, M (2013). Who inherits what, when? Toward a theory of contact, substrates, and superimposition zones. In Balthasar Bickel, Lenore A. Grenoble, David A. Peterson and Alan Timberlake (Ed.), Language Typology and Historical Contingency. In honor of Johanna Nichols (pp. 219-239) Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Company.
  • Donohue, M (2012). The shape and spread of tone. In Cathryn Donohue, Shunichi Ishihara, William Steed (Ed.), Quantitative approaches to problems in linguistics: Studies in honour of Phil Rose (pp. Sep-20) Munich, Germany: Lincom Europa.
  • Donohue, M (2011). Papuan Malay of New Guinea: Melanesian influence on verb and clause structure. In Claire Lefebvre (Ed.), Creoles, their Substrates, and Language Typology (pp. 413-435) Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company.
  • Donohue, M (2010). A sociolinguistic sketch of New Guinea. In Martin J. Ball (Ed.), The Routledge Handbook of Sociolinguistics Around the World (pp. 179-184) London and New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.
  • Donohue, C & Donohue, M (2010). The case of possessors and 'subjects'. In Raphael Mercado,Eric Potsdam,Lisa deMena Travis (Ed.), Austronesian and Theoretical Linguistics (pp. 103-116) Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Company.
  • Donohue, M (2010). The Papuanness of Papua New Guinea's Eastern Highlands. In Loren Billings and Nelleke Goudswaard (Ed.), Piakandatu ami Dr. Howard P. McKaughan (pp. 87-93) Manila, Philippines: Linguistic Society of the Philippines.
  • Donohue, M (2010). Covert word classes: seeking your own syntax in Tukang Besi. In Umberto Ansaldo, Jan Don, Roland Pfau (Ed.), Parts of Speech: Empirical and Theoretical Advances (pp. 87-106) Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company.
  • Donohue, M (2009). Case in an Austronesian language: case distinguishability in Tukang Besi. In Andrej Malchukov and Andrew Spencer (Ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Case (pp. 771-778) New York, USA: Oxford University Press.
  • Donohue, M (2009). Dental discrepancies and the sound of Proto Austronesian. In Bethwyn Evans (Ed.), Discovering history through language: papers in honour of Malcolm Ross (pp. 271-287) Canberra Australia: Pacific Linguistics.
  • Donohue, M (2009). The history of the Tukang Besi pronominals. In Alexander Adelaar and Andrew Pawley (Ed.), Austronesian Historical Linguistics and Culture History: A festschrift for Robert Blust (pp. 163-177) Canberra Australia: Pacific Linguistics.
  • Donohue, M (2009). Syllables, Vowel Length and the Spread of Suprasegmentals. In Linda Uyechi & Lian-Hee Wee (Ed.), Reality Exploration and Discovery (pp. 47-58) USA: CSLI Publications.
  • Donohue, M (2008). Obligatory Incorporation and 'Have' in Tukang Besi. In Yury A. Lander and Alexander K. Ogloblin (Ed.), Language and Text in the Austronesian World: Studies in honour of Ulo Sirk (pp. 179-197) Muenchen, Germany: Lincom Europa.
  • Donohue, M (2008). Bound pronominals in the West Papuan languages. In Claire Bowern, Bethwyn Evans & Luisa Miceli (Ed.), Morphology and Language History: In honour of Harold Koch (pp. 43-58) Amsterdam, The Netherlands: John Benjamins Publishing Company.
  • Donohue, M (2008). Hierarchies in argument structure increasing processes: ranking causative and applicative. In Peter K. Austin and Simon Musgrave (Ed.), Voice and Grammatical Relations in Austronesian Languages (pp. 228-246) Stanford: CSLI Publications.
  • Donohue, M (2008). Semantic alignment systems: what's what, and what's not. In Mark Donohue and Sorem Wichmann (Ed.), The Typology of Semantic Alignment (pp. 24-75) UK: Oxford University Press.
  • Donohue, M (2008). Different subjects, different marking. In Helen de Hoop & Peter De Swart (Ed.), Differential subject marking (pp. 247-279) Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer.
  • Donohue, M (2007). Lexicography for your friends. In Jeff Siegel, John Lynch and Diana Eades (Ed.), Language Description, History and Development: Linguistic indulgence in memory of Terry Crowley (pp. 395-405) Amsterdam, The Netherlands and Philadelphia, USA: John Benjamins Publishing Company.
  • Donohue, M (2007). Variation in voice in Indonesian/Malay: Historical and synchronic perspectives. In Yoshiko Matsumoto, David Oshima, Orrin Robinson and Peter Sells (Ed.), Diversity in Language: Perspectives and Implications (pp. 71-129) USA: CSLI Publications.
  • Donohue, M & Crowther, M (2005). Meeting in the middle: interaction in North-Central New Guinea. In Andrew Pawley, Robert Attenborough, Jack Golson and Robin Hide (Ed.), Papuan pasts: Cultural, linguistic and biological histories of Papuan-speaking peoples (pp. 167-184) Canberra Australia: Pacific Linguistics.
  • Donohue, M (2005). The Palu'e passive: from pragmatic construction to grammatical device. In I Wayan Arka and Malcolm Ross (Ed.), The many faces of Austronesian voice systems: some new empirical studies (pp. 59-85) RPAS, Australian National University, Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.
  • Donohue, M (2004). The pretenders to the Muna-Buton group. In John Bowden and Nikolaus Himmelmann (Ed.), Papers in Austronesian subgrouping and dialectology (pp. 21-35) Canberra, ACT: Pacific Linguistics.
  • Donohue, M (2002). Voice in Tukang Besi and the Austronesian voice system. In Fay Wouk and Malcolm Ross (Ed.), The history and typology of Western Austronesian voice systems (pp. 81-99) Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.
  • Donohue, M (2002). Tobati. In Lynch (Ed.), The Oceanic languages (pp. 186-203) Richmond: Curzon Press.

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