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How universal is agent-first? Evidence from symmetrical voice languages2019 Language 95 (3): 523-61
  • Kurt Malcher
  • Nikolaus P. Himmelmann
  • Sonja Riesberg
H6/KK [LANGUAGE-]0097-8507
Le langage honorifique en Polynésie2018 Bulletin de la Société des Etudes Océaniennes (344): 41-69
  • Olaf Blixen
H6/KX [SOCIETE-]0373-8957
Wangga: the linguistic and typological evidence for the sources of the outrigger canoes of Torres Strait and Cape York Peninsula2018 Oceania 88 (2): 202-31
  • Ray Wood
H6/KX [OCEANIA-]0029-8077
Extraction and licensing in Toba Batak2018 Language 94 (3): 662-97
  • Michael Yochitaka Erlewine
H6/KK [LANGUAGE-]0097-8507
Kayanic oral literature in East and North Kalimantan: its categories, structure, and influences from India and Indochina2018 Borneo research bulletin 49: 102-80
  • Mika Okushima
H6/KX [BORNEO-]0006-7806
The stalk that supports the flower: Orang Rimba kinship, marriage and gender in Jambi Sumatra2017 Oceania 87 (1): 78-95
  • Steven Sager
H6/KX [OCEANIA-]0029-8077
The subgrouping of the languages of Borneo, an overview2017 Borneo research bulletin 48: 330-61
  • Alexander D. Smith
H6/KX [BORNEO-]0006-7806
Searching for fish names with the Vula'a of Papua New Guinea2017 History and anthropology 28 (5): 605-29
  • Deborah Van Heekeren
H6 [HISTORY-]0275-7206
On the morphosyntax and pragmatics of -in in coloquial Jakartan Indonesian2016 Indonesia and the Malay world 44 (130): 342-64
  • I Wayan Arka
  • Nurenzia Yannuar
H6/KX [INDONESIA-]1363-9811
The Massim region of Papua New Guinea - a review and proposed chronology2016 Journal of Pacific archaeology 7 (1): 106-25
  • Ben Shaw
H6/KE [NEW-]1179-4704in issue in remembrance of Herman Mandui
Narrative features and cultural motifs in a cautionary tradition from Mangaia (Cook Islands)2016 Journal of the Polynesian Society 125 (4): 383-410
  • Michael Reilly
H6/KX [POLYNESIAN-]0032-4000
The grammar of politics: morality, agency, and voice selection in Toraja political discourse2016 Anthropological linguistics 58 (4): 411-41
  • Aurora Donzelli
H6/KK [ANTHROPOLOGICAL-]0003-5483
Austronesian youth perspectives on language reclamation and maintenance2015 The contemporary Pacific 27 (1): 74-108
  • Emerson Lopez Odango
*H6/KX [CONTEMPORARY-]1043-898X
The real-time comprehension of WH-dependencies in a WH-agreement language2015 Language 91 (1): 109-44
  • Manuel F. Borja
  • Matthew Wagers
  • Sandra Chung
H6/KK [LANGUAGE-]0097-8507
Detecting pre-modern lexical influence from South India in maritime Southeast Asia2015 Archipel 89: 63-93, 220-1
  • Tom Hoogervorst
*H6/KX [ARCHIPEL-]0044-8613French summary
A critique of Wierzbicka's theory of cultural scripts: the case of Ifaluk Fago2015 Ethos 43 (2): 165-86
  • Naomi Quinn
H6/KH [ETHOS-]0091-2131
Ngalmun Lagaw Yangukudu: the language of our homeland2015 Memoirs of the Queensland Museum Cultural Heritage Series 8 (1): 323-446
  • Rod Mitchell
H6/KX [QUEENSLAND MUSEUM. Memoirs. Cultural Heritage Series]1440-4780in monographic issue 'Goemulgaw: natural and cultural histories of the island of Mabuyag, Torres Strait'
Wallacea, a linguistic area2015 Archipel 90: 99-151
  • Antoinette Schapper
*H6/KX [ARCHIPEL-]0044-8613in thematic issue 'L'Est insulindien'
Eastern Indonesia in Austronesian perspective: the evidence of relational terminologies2015 Archipel 90: 189-216
  • James J. Fox
*H6/KX [ARCHIPEL-]0044-8613in thematic issue 'L'Est insulindien'
"We blacken our teeth with Oko to make them firm": teeth blackening in Oceania2015 Anthropologica (New Series) 57 (2): 539-55
  • Thomas Zumbroich
H6/KUB [ANTHROPOLOGICA N.S.-]0003-5459French summary
Person shift at narrative peak2015 Language 91 (4): 755-805
  • Anna Margetts
H6/KK [LANGUAGE-]0097-8507
L'inscription de Jaya Parameśvaravarman à Tháp Đôi (C. 213) avec en annexe deux nouvelles inscriptions du même souverain (C. 218.2 et C. 219)2015 Bulletin de l’Ecole Française d’Extrême-Orient 101: 117-57, 400-1, 404-5
  • Amandine Lepoutre
H6/KWY [ECOLE-]0336-1519French summary
Sebop, Penan, and Kenyah internal linguistic classification2015 Borneo research bulletin 46: 172-93
  • Alexander D. Smith
H6/KX [BORNEO-]0006-7806
Neolithic foundations in the Karama valley, west Sulawesi, Indonesia2014 Antiquity 88 (341): 740-56
  • Anggraeni
  • Peter Bellwood
  • Philip Piper
  • Truman Simanjuntak
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598X
Asymmetries in the prosodic phrasing of function words: another look at the suffixing reference2014 Language 90 (4): 927-60
  • Nikolaus P. Himmelmann
H6/KK [LANGUAGE-]0097-8507
Skulls, ancestors and the meaning of Kelelungan: an ethnolinguistic look into the history of a key religious term of the greater Lungan2014 Borneo research bulletin 45: 257-98
  • Oliver Venz
H6/KX [BORNEO-]0006-7806
Land earth sun moon and the father of generations: an historiography of words for God in Sara Sikka2013 Bijdragen tot de taal-, land- en volkenkunde 169 (2-3): 295-325
  • E.D. Lewis
H6/KX [BIJDRAGEN-]0006-2294
Who are the Philippine Negritos? Evidence from language2013 Human biology 85 (1-3): 329-58
  • Lawrence A. Reid
H6/HB [HUMAN-]0018-7143in special issue 'Revisiting the "Negrito" hypothesis
Kinship matters: structures of alliance, indigenous foragers, and the Austronesian diaspora2013 Human biology 85 (1-3): 359-82
  • James West Turner
H6/HB [HUMAN-]0018-7143in special issue 'Revisiting the "Negrito" hypothesis
Terror from the sky: unconventional linguistic clues to the Negrito past2013 Human biology 85 (1-3): 401-16
  • Robert Blust
H6/HB [HUMAN-]0018-7143in special issue 'Revisiting the "Negrito" hypothesis
Why have the peninsular "Negritos" remained distinct?2013 Human biology 85 (1-3): 445-83
  • Geoffrey Benjamin
H6/HB [HUMAN-]0018-7143in special issue 'Revisiting the "Negrito" hypothesis
Transitivity and polysynthesis in Fijian2013 Language 89 (3): 465-500
  • Raúl Aranovich
H6/KK [LANGUAGE-]0097-8507
"Big cats" and honorific titles among the Benuaq of east Kalimantan: the case of Timang2013 Borneo research bulletin 44: 228-68
  • Oliver Venz
H6/KX [BORNEO-]0006-7806
Les Océaniens, explorateurs ou colonisateurs? La vérité est entre les deux!2012 Bulletin de la Société des Etudes Océaniennes (324): 4-46
  • Jean Guiart
H6/KX [SOCIETE-]0373-8957
The concept of time and its expressions in the Tandroy dialect of Malagasy2012 African study monographs 33 (1): 1-15
  • Noa Nichimoto
H6/KY [AFRICAN-]0285-1601
On the development of applicative constructions in Austronesian languages2012 Bulletin of the National Museum of Ethnology (Osaka) 36 (4): 413-55
  • Ritsuko Kikusawa
H6 [OSAKA-]0385-180XJapanese summary
Lapita and proto-Oceanic2012 Journal of Pacific history 47 (4): 443-57
  • Mark Donohue
  • Tim Denham
H6/KX [JOURNAL-]0022-3344
Stealing foreign words, recovering local treasures: Bible translation and vernacular literacy on Ranongga (Solomon Islands)2012 The Australian journal of anthropology 23 (2): 318-39
  • Debra McDougall
H6/KF [AUSTRALIAN-]1035-8811in special issue 'Interlingual articulations in Asia and the Pacific: figuring sociocultural otherness through otherness of linguistic codes'
The language of preaching: code selection in Sundanese Islamic oratory, west Java2012 The Australian journal of anthropology 23 (2): 379-97
  • Julian Millie
H6/KF [AUSTRALIAN-]1035-8811in special issue 'Interlingual articulations in Asia and the Pacific: figuring sociocultural otherness through otherness of linguistic codes'
Flow of words and flow of blessing: the poetics of invocatory speech among the Sa'dan Toraja2012 Bijdragen tot de taal-, land- en volkenkunde 168 (4): 391-419
  • Roxana Waterson
H6/KX [BIJDRAGEN-]0006-2294
Subjects in Acehnese and the nature of the passive2012 Language 88 (3): 495-525
  • Julie Anne Legate
H6/KK [LANGUAGE-]0097-8507
Cultural evolution branches out: the phylogenetic approach in cross-cultural research2012 Cross-cultural research 47 (2): 102-30
  • Thomas E. Currie
H6/KF [BEHAVIOR-]1069-3971in special issue 'Evolutionary approaches to cross-cultural anthropology'
Tongan ways of talking2012 Journal of the Polynesian Society 121 (4): 327-72
  • Melenaite Taumoefolau
H6/KX [POLYNESIAN-]0032-4000
Standardization as language loss: potentially endangered Malagasy languages and their linguistic features2012 People and culture in Oceania 28: 23-44
  • Ritsuko Kikusawa
*H6/KX [MAN-]1349-5380
Object agreement and 'pro-drop' in Kerinci Malay2011 Language 87 (4): 715-50
  • Gabriella Hermon
  • Peter Cole
  • Timothy McKinnon
H6/KK [LANGUAGE-]0097-8507
A phylogenetic analysis of the evolution of Austronesian sibling terminologies2011 Human biology 83 (2): 297-321
  • Fiona M. Jordan
H6/HB [HUMAN-]0018-7143in special issue 'Integrating genetic and cultural evolutionary approaches to language'
An ongoing Austronesian expansion in island Southeast Asia2011 Journal of anthropological archaeology 30 (3): 262-72
  • Brian Hallmark
  • J. Stephen Lansing
  • Murray P. Cox
  • Sean S. Downey
  • Therese A. de Vet
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0278-4165
Typological feature analysis models linguistic geography2011 Language 87 (2): 369-83
  • Bronwen Whiting
  • Mark Donohue
  • Simon Musgrave
  • Søren Wichmann
H6/KK [LANGUAGE-]0097-8507
Talking about color and taste on the Trobriand Islands: a diachronic study2011 Senses and society 6 (1): 48-56
  • Gunter Senft
H6 [SENSES-]1745-8927in special issue 'The senses in language and culture'
Naming as a dynamic process: the case of Javanese personal names2011 Indonesia and the Malay world 39 (113): 69-88
  • Jean-Marc de Grave
H6/KX [INDONESIA-]1363-9811in special issue 'Memoryscapes in Indonesia'