Oceanic Linguistics, vols. 1-40 (1962-2001): Author/Title Index

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Achehnese: Evidence of long vowels in early Achehnese. By H. K. J. Cowan. 13:187–212 (1974).

Adams, Karen L., and Alexis Manaster-Ramer. Some questions of topic/focus choice in Tagalog. 27:1–23 (1988).

Adelaar, K. A. Malay influence on Malagasy: Linguistic and culture-historical implications. 28:1–46 (1989).

Adelaar, K. A. Review of Early phonetic and phonemic changes in Austronesian, by Otto Christian Dahl. 28:106–109 (1989).

Adelaar, K. Alexander. Grammar notes on Siraya, an extinct Formosan language. 36:362–397 (1997).

Adelaar, K. Alexander. Problems of definiteness and ergativity in Embaloh. 34:375–409 (1995).

Adelaar, K. Alexander. Siraya reduplication. 39:33–52 (2000).

Adelaar, Sander. Review of Perspectives on the Bird’s Head of Irian Jaya, Indonesia: Proceedings of the Conference, Leiden, October 13–17, 1997, ed. by Jelle Miedema, Cecilia Odé, and Rien A. C. Dam. 40:177–182 (2001).

Adelaar, Sander. Review of Topics in descriptive Austronesian linguistics, ed. by Ger P. Reesink. 38:429–433 (1999).

Adhesive locative in Austronesian languages, The. By Robert Blust. 28:197–203 (1989).

Agusan Manobo, Ranking of personal pronouns in. By Dan Weaver and Marilou Weaver. 3:161–170 (1964).

Alexander, James D. Case-marking and passivity in Easter Island Polynesian: The other side of the coin. 20:131–149 (1981).

Alieva, Natalia F. Malay and Cham possession compared. 31:13–22 (1992).

Allardice, R. W. A simplified dictionary of modern Samoan. Rev. by Albert J. Schütz. 30:272–275 (1991).

Allen, Jerry. Tense/aspect and conjunctions in Halia narratives. 10:63–77 (1971).

Alpher, Barry. On the genetic subgrouping of the languages of Southwestern Cape York Peninsula, Australia. 11:67–87 (1972).

Alternations between serniconsonants and fricatives or liquids. By Paul Jen-kuei Li. 13:163–186 (1974).

Altmann, Gabriel. Individual research activities. 2:16 (1963).

Amis: A note on covert structure: Ca- reduplication in Amis. By Robert Blust. 38:168–174 (1999).

Anejom~ subject-marking system, The: Past, present, and future. By John Lynch. 34:13–26 (1995).

Appell, G. N. The Dusun languages of Northern Borneo: The Rungus Dusun and related problems. 7:1–15 (1968).

Appell, George N. Individual research activities. 4:157 (1965).

Archaeologist’s view of the language macrofamily relationships, An. By Peter Bellwood. 33:391–406 (1994).

Arms, David G. Whence the Fijian transitive endings? 12:503–558 (1973).

Arta, another Philippine Negrito language. By Lawrence A. Reid. 28:47–74 (1989).

Asian: Pacific-Asian relationships: A physical anthropological perspective. By Michael Pietrusewsky. 33:407–429 (1994).

Ata: Distributional restrictions on cooccurrence of aspect and focus morphemes in Ata verbs. By Virginia Morey. 3:69–86 (1964).

Atayal, Ergativity in. By Lillian M. Huang. 33:129–143 (1994).

Atayal, Phonological variation and sound change in. By Der-Hwa V. Rau. 39:144–156 (2000).

Atta: The use of matrix technique in an analysis of Atta personal pronouns. By Ruth Lusted, Claudia Whittle, and Lawrence A. Reid. 3:138–160 (1964).

Australia: Linguistic Society of Australia [a notice]. By S. A. Wurm 7:173–174 (1968).

Australian Aborigines Branch of the Summer Institute of Linguistics [staff]. Miscellaneous [individual research activities]. 2:27–28 (1963).

Australian and the Mana Languages. By Alex I. Jones. 28:181–196 (1989).

Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies [staff]. Miscellaneous [individual research activities]. 2:28–29 (1963).

Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies, [Members of]. Individual research activities. 3:266–269 (1964).

Australian languages, Compound case markers in. By Fritz Schweiger. 39:256–284 (2000).

Australian: Interaction of phonological, grammatical, and semantic factors: An Australian example. By Tsunoda Tasaku. 20:45–92 (1981).

Australian: On the prehistory of some Australian verbs. By Francesca Merlan 18:33–112 (1979).

Australian: Proto-Australian laminals. By R. M. W. Dixon. 9:79–103 (1970).

Austric, Morphological evidence for. By Lawrence A. Reid. 33:323–344 (1994).

Austric: The lexical evidence for Austric, so far. By Gérard Diffloth. 33:309–321 (1994).

Austronesian etymologies. By Robert Blust. 19:1–181 (1980); 22/23:29–149 (1983–84); 25:1–123 (1986); 28:111–180 (1989).

Austronesian radicals (or roots), More on. By Bernd Nothofer. 30:223–258 (1991).

Austronesian root theory: An essay on the limits of morphology. By Robert A. Blust. Rev. by Bernd Nothofer. 29:132–152 (1990).

Austronesian, Early phonetic and phonemic changes in. By Otto Christian Dahl. Rev. by K. A. Adelaar. 28:106–109. (1989).

Austronesian: A grammar of Tawala: An Austronesian language of the Milne Bay area, Papua New Guinea. By Bryan Ezard. Rev. by Joel Bradshaw. 37:363–366 (1998).

Austronesian: A rediscovered Austronesian comparative paradigm. By Robert A. Blust. 16:1–51 (1977).

Austronesian: Ca- reduplication and Proto-Austronesian grammar. By Robert Blust. 37:29–64 (1998).

Austronesian: Comments on abbreviation conventions for Austronesian language names. By Lawrence A. Reid. 31:131–134 (1992).

Austronesian: Comparative Austronesian dictionary: An introduction to Austronesian studies, 4 parts. Ed. by Darrell T. Tryon. Rev. by Robert Blust. 36:404–419 (1997).

Austronesian: In defense of Dempwolff: Austronesian diphthongs once again. By Robert Blust. 37:354–362 (1998).

Austronesian: Is Japanese related to Austronesian? By Alexander Vovin. 33:369–390 (1994).

Austronesian: Note on PAn *qa(R) (CtT)a , ‘outsiders, alien people’ [research note]. By Robert A. Blust. 11:166–171 (1972).

Austronesian: Occam and the Proto-Austronesian “diphthongs.” By Adrian Clynes. 38:404–408 (1999).

Austronesian: On the Proto-Austronesian “diphthongs.” By Adrian Clynes. 36:347–361 (1997).

Austronesian: Papers in Austronesian linguistics no. 2. Ed. by Malcolm D. Ross. Rev. by Joel Bradshaw. 33:586–588 (1994).

Austronesian: Proto-Austroncsian addenda. By Robert A. Blust. 9:104–162 (1970).

Austronesian: Proto-Austronesian *r and *d. By John Wolff. 13:77–121 (1974).

Austronesian: Proto-Austronesian and the Old Chinese evidence for Sino-Austronesian. By Laurant Sagart. 33:271–308 (1994).

Austronesian: The Proto-Austronesian enclitic genitive pronouns. By Isidore Dyen. 13: 16–31 (1974).

Austronesian: Proto-Austronesian syntax: The first step. By Robert A. Blust. 13:1–15 (1974).

Austronesian: A new Proto-Austronesian etymology [research note]. By [George W. Grace]. 11:165 (1972).

Austronesian: A reconstructional confirmation: The Proto-Austronesian word for “two.” By Isidore Dyen. 14:1–11 (1975).

Austronesian: Referring to space: Studies in Austronesian and Papuan languages. Gunter Senft, ed. Rev. by David Gil. 38:421–429 (1999).

Austronesian: Relative clause formation in some Austronesian languages. By Hans Kähler. 13:257–277 (1974).

Austronesian: Selected papers from the Eighth International Conference on Austronesian Linguistics. Ed. by Elizabeth Zeitoun and Paul Jen-kuei Li. Rev. by Malcolm D. Ross. 39:445–456 (2000).

Austronesian: Sibilant assimilation in Formosan languages and the Proto-Austronesian word for ‘nine’: A discourse on method. By Robert Blust. 34:443–453 (1995).

Austronesian: Some Austronesian maverick protoforms with culture-historical implications. By Waruno Mahdi. 33:167–229, 431–490 (1994).

Austronesian: Some new Proto-Austronesian trisyllables. By Robert A. Blust. 8:85–104 (1969).

Austronesian: Some problems of Austronesian accent and *t ~ *C (Notes of an outsider). By I. Pejros. 33:105–127 (1994).

Austronesian: Tai-Kadai and Austronesian: The nature of the historical relationship. By Graham Thurgood. 33:345–368 (1994).

Austronesian: The PAn phonemes *n and *N. By John U. Wolff. 32:45–64 (1993).

Austronesian: The Proto-Austronesian word for ‘two’: A second look. By Robert A. Blust. 13:123–161 (1974).

Austronesian: The sound of Proto-Austronesian: An outsider’s view of the Formosan evidence. By Malcolm D. Ross. 31:23–64 (1992).

Austronesian: Tonality in Austronesian languages. Ed. by Jerold A. Emondson and Kenneth J. Gregerson. Rev. by Juliette Blevins. 34:238–243 (1995).

Austronesian: Topics in descriptive Austronesian linguistics. Ger P. Reesink, ed. Rev. by Sander Adelaar. 38:429–433 (1999).

Austronesian: Yet another PAn phoneme? By D. J. Prentice. 13:33–75 (1974).

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Balangao: The obscuring of word accent in Balangao. By Jo Shetler and Anne Fetzer. 3:101–109 (1964).

Balinese: Ergativity and Balinese syntax (pts. 1, 2, and 3). By I Ketut Artawa. Rev. by Fay Wouk. 39:212–216 (2000).

Barthel, Thomas S. Individual research activities. 2:16 (1963).

Batad Ifugao dictionary with ethnographic notes. By Leonard E. Newell. Rev. by Marlin R. Leaders. 35:313–317 (1996).

Batad Ifugao, Independent clause types of. By Leonard E. Newell. 3:171–199 (1964).

Batanic: Lists of selected words of Batanic languages. By Shigeru Tsuchida, Yukihiro Yamada, and Tsunekazu Moriguchi. Rev. by Paul Li. 36:424–429 (1997).

Bauer, Winifred, with William Parker, Te Kareongawai Evans, and Te Aroha Noti Teepa. The Reed reference grammar of Maori. Rev. by Sandra Chung. 38:188–193 (1999).

Becker, A. L., and I Gusti Ngurah Oka. Person in Kawi: Exploration of an elementary semantic dimension. 13:229–255 (1974).

Bell, Sarah J. Two differences in definiteness in Cebuano and Tagalog. 17:1–9 (1978).

Bellwood, Peter. An archaeologist’s view of the language macrofamily relationships. 33:391–406 (1994).

Belshaw, Cyril S. Pacific Science Association Inter-Congress, Kuala Lumpur [a notice]. 7:174–175 (1968).

Bender, Byron W. From the Editor. 36:439 (1997).

Bender, Byron W. Individual research activities. 1:12 (1962); 2:80 (1963); 3:269 (1964).

Bender, Byron W. Marshallese phonology. 7:16–35 (1968).

Bender, Byron W. Notes from the editor. 31:iii–v (1992).

Bender, Byron W. Notes from the field: Lend me your ears. 34:226–232 (1995).

Bender, Byron W. Parallelisms in the morphophonemics of several Micronesian languages. 12:455–477 (1973).

Benedict, Paul King, 1912–1997. In memoriam. By Robert Blust. 37:1–11 (1998).

Benton, Richard A. Numeral and attributive classifiers in Trukese. 7:104–146 (1968).

Berawan: Notes on Berawan consonant gemination. By Robert Blust. 34:123–138 (1995).

Berman, Laine. Speaking through the silence: Narratives, social conventions, and power in Java. Rev. by Benjamin G. Zimmer. 40:182–186 (2001).

Besnier, Niko. Literacy, emotion, and authority: Reading and writing on a Polynesian atoll. Rev. by Joel Bradshaw. 35:148–151 (1996).

Bickmore, Lee S. Refining and formalizing the Tahitian stress placement algorithm. 34:410–442 (1995).

Biggs, Bruce, 1921–2000: A Tribute. By Andrew Pawley. 40:1–19 (2001).

Biggs, Bruce. English–Maori Maori–English dictionary. Rev. by Ray Harlow. 32:186–188 (1993).

Biggs, Bruce. Individual research activities. 1:12–13 (1962).

Biggs, Bruce. Let’s learn Maori. Rev. by Samuel H. Elbert. 8:190–197 (1969).

Bird’s Head: Perspectives on the Bird’s Head of Irian Jaya, Indonesia: Proceedings of the Conference, Leiden, October 13–17, 1997. Ed. by Jelle Miedema, Cecilia Odé, and Rien A. C. Dam. Rev. by Sander Adelaar. 40:177–182 (2001).

Bisayan: The western subgroup of Bisayan. By R. David Zorc. 11:110–139 (1972).

Bislama: An illustrated Bislama–English and English–Bislama dictionary. By Terry Crowley. Rev. by Joel Bradshaw. 30:49–56 (1991).

Bislama: An introduction to the national language of Vanuatu. By Darrell T. Tryon. Rev. by Joel Bradshaw. 29:77–82 (1990).

Bislama: Another look at the typology of serial verb constructions: The grammaticalization of temporal relations in Bislama (Vanuatu). By Miriam Meyerhoff. 40:247–268 (2001).

Blake, Barry J. From semantic to syntactic antipassive in Kalkatungu. 17:163–169 (1978).

Blevins, Juliette, and Andrew Garrett. The evolution of Ponapeic nasal substitution. 32:199–238 (1993).

Blevins, Juliette, and Doug Marmion. Nhanda glottal stop. 34:139–160 (1995).

Blevins, Juliette, and Sheldon P. Harrison. Trimoraic feet in Gilbertese. 38:203–230 (1999).

Blevins, Juliette. Nhanta and its position within Pama-Nyungan. 38:297–320 (1999).

Blevins, Juliette. Review of Tonality in Austronesian languages, ed. by Jerold A. Emondson and Kenneth J. Gregerson. 34:238–243 (1995).

Blevins, Juliette. The bimoraic foot in Rotuman phonology and morphology. 33:491–516 (1994).

Blevins, Juliette. Untangling Leti infixation. 38:383–403 (1999).

Blood, David L., and Doris W. Blood. Individual research activities. 1:13 (1962).

Blust, Robert A. A rediscovered Austronesian comparative paradigm. 16:1–51 (1977).

Blust, Robert A. Austronesian root theory: An essay on the limits of morphology. Rev. by Bernd Nothofer. 29:132–152 (1990).

Blust, Robert A. Dempwolff’s reduplicated monosyllables. 15:107–130 (1976).

Blust, Robert A. Note on PAn *qa(R)(CtT)a ‘outsiders, alien people’ [research note]. 11:166–171 (1972).

Blust, Robert A. Proto-Austronesian addenda. 9:104–162 (1970).

Blust, Robert A. Proto-Austronesian syntax: The first step. 13:1–15 (1974).

Blust, Robert A. Some new Proto-Austronesian trisyllables. 8:85–104 (1969).

Blust, Robert A. The Proto-Austronesian word for ‘two’: A second look. 13:123–161(1974).

Blust, Robert. A note on covert structure: Ca- reduplication in Amis. 38:168–174 (1999).

Blust, Robert. A note on higher-order subgroups in Oceanic. 37:182–188 (1998).

Blust, Robert. A note on the Thao patient focus perfective. 37:346–353 (1998).

Blust, Robert. Austronesian etymologies. 19:1–181 (1980); 22/23:29–149 (1983–84); 25:1–123(1986); 28:111–180 (1989).

Blust, Robert. Ca- reduplication and Proto-Austronesian grammar. 37:29–64 (1998).

Blust, Robert. Central and Central–Eastern Malayo-Polynesian. 32:241–293 (1993).

Blust, Robert. Chamorro historical phonology. 39:83–122 (2000).

Blust, Robert. In defense of Dempwolff: Austronesian diphthongs once again. 37:354–362 (1998).

Blust, Robert. In memoriam: Otto Christian Dahl, 1903–1995. 35:1–5 (1996).

Blust, Robert. In memoriam: Paul King Benedict 1912–1997. 37:1–11 (1998).

Blust, Robert. Low-vowel dissimilation in Ere. 35:96–112 (1996).

Blust, Robert. Low-vowel dissimilation in Oceanic languages: An addendum. 35: 305–309 (1996).

Blust, Robert. Low-vowel fronting in Northern Sarawak. 39:285–319 (2000).

Blust, Robert. Malayo-Polynesian: New stones in the wall. 40:151–155 (2001).

Blust, Robert. More on the position of the languages of Eastern Indonesia. 22/23:1–28 (1983–84).

Blust, Robert. Nasals and nasalization in Borneo. 36:149–179 (1997).

Blust, Robert. Notes on Berawan consonant gemination. 34:123–138 (1995).

Blust, Robert. Notes on Pazeh phonology and morphology. 38:321–365 (1999).

Blust, Robert. Review of An introduction to historical linguistics, 2d ed., by Terry Crowley. 35:324–328 (1996).

Blust, Robert. Review of Comparative Austronesian dictionary: An introduction to Austronesian studies, 4 parts, ed. by Darrell T. Tryon. 36:404–419 (1997).

Blust, Robert. Review of From ancient Cham to modern dialects: Two thousand years of language contact and change, by Graham Thurgood. 39:435–445 (2000).

Blust, Robert. Review of Historical linguistics, by Winfred P. Lehmann. 35:324–328 (1996).

Blust, Robert. Review of Muna–English dictionary, by René van den Berg. 36:194–198 (1997).

Blust, Robert. Review of Pacific languages: An introduction, by John Lynch. 38:178–182 (1999).

Blust, Robert. Rukai stress revisited. 36:398–403 (1997).

Blust, Robert. Seimat vowel nasality: A typological anomaly. 37:298–322 (1998).

Blust, Robert. Sibilant assimilation in Formosan languages and the Proto-Austronesian word for ‘nine’: A discourse on method. 34:443–453 (1995).

Blust, Robert. Some remarks on stress, syncope, and gemination in Mussau. 40:143–150 (2001).

Blust, Robert. Some remarks on the linguistic position of Thao. 35:272–294 (1996).

Blust, Robert. Thao triplication. 40:324–336 (2001).

Blust, Robert. The adhesive locative in Austronesian languages. 28:197–203(1989).

Blust, Robert. The Greater Central Philippines hypothesis. 30:73–129 (1991).

Bontoc: A matrix analysis of Bontoc case-marking particles. By Lawrence A. Reid. 3:116–137 (1964).

Bontok reduplication and prosodic templates. By Elzbieta Thurgood. 36:135–148 (1997).

Borneo, Nasals and nasalization in. By Robert Blust. 36:149–179 (1997).

Bowden, John. Behind the preposition: Grammaticalisation of locatives in Oceanic languages. Rev. by Joel Bradshaw. 35:158–159 (1996).

Bradshaw, Joel, ed. Papers on verb serialization. 32:65–182 (1993).

Bradshaw, Joel. Another look at velar lenition and tonogenesis in Jabêm. 37:178–181 (1998).

Bradshaw, Joel. How and why do people change their languages? 34:191–201 (1995).

Bradshaw, Joel. Null subjects, switch-reference, and serialization in Jabêm and Numbami. 38:270–296 (1999).

Bradshaw, Joel. Review of A dictionary of Paamese, by Terry Crowley. 33:257–262 (1994).

Bradshaw, Joel. Review of A grammar and lexicon of Loniu, Papua New Guinea, by Patricia J. Hamel. 34:248–251 (1995).

Bradshaw, Joel. Review of A grammar of Tawala: An Austronesian language of the Milne Bay area, Papua New Guinea, by Bryan Ezard. 37:363–366 (1998).

Bradshaw, Joel. Review of An Erromangan (Sye) grammar, by Terry Crowley. 38:175–177 (1999).

Bradshaw, Joel. Review of An illustrated Bislama–English and English–Bislama dictionary, by Terry Crowley. 30:49–56 (1991).

Bradshaw, Joel. Review of Behind the preposition: Grammaticalisation of locatives in Oceanic languages, by John Bowden. 35:158–159 (1996).

Bradshaw, Joel. Review of Bislama: An introduction to the national language of Vanuatu, by Darrell T. Tryon. 29:77–82 (1990).

Bradshaw, Joel. Review of Children of Kilibob: Creation, cosmos, and culture in Northeast New Guinea, ed. by Alice Pomponio, David R. Counts, and Thomas G. Harding. 34:472–474 (1995).

Bradshaw, Joel. Review of Descriptive studies in languages of Maluku, pt. 2, ed. by Wyn D. Laidig. 36:184–186 (1997).

Bradshaw, Joel. Review of Literacy, emotion, and authority: Reading and writing on a Polynesian atoll, by Niko Besnier. 35: 148–151 (1996).

Bradshaw, Joel. Review of Mission and music: Jabêm traditional music and the development of Lutheran hymnody, by Heinrich Zahn, trans. by Philip W. Holzknecht, ed. by Don Niles. 36:420–424 (1997).

Bradshaw, Joel. Review of Papers in Austronesian linguistics no. 2, ed. by Malcolm D. Ross. 33:586–588 (1994).

Bradshaw, Joel. Review of Studies in Irian languages, pt. 1, ed. by Ger Reesink. 36:190–193 (1997).

Bradshaw, Joel. Review of The Yimas language of New Guinea, by William A. Foley. 31:296–306 (1992).

Bradshaw, Joel. Review of Topics in the description of Kiriwina, by Ralph Lawton. 33:584–586 (1994).

Bradshaw, Joel. Subject relationships within serial verb constructions in Numbami and Jabêm. 32:133–162 (1993).

Bradshaw, Joel. The development of an extra series of obstruents in Numbami. 17:39–76 (1978).

Bril, Isabelle. Dictionnaire nêlêmwa–nixumwak français–anglais (Nouvelle-Calédonie). Rev. by John Lynch. 39:428–430 (2000).

Bromley, H. Myron. Individual research activities. 1:57 (1962); 2:80–81 (1963).

Brunei Darussalam, Whither the indigenous languages of? By Peter W. Martin. 34: 27–43 (1995).

Bugenhagen, Robert D. Possession in Mangap-Mbula: Its syntax and semantics. 25:124–166 (1986).

Bugotu-Nggelic: The phonological history of the Bugotu-Nggelic languages and its implications for Eastern Oceanic. By Richard S. Levy. 18:1–31 (1979).

Bungku-Tolaki: The evidence for final consonants in Proto–Bungku-Tolaki. By David Mead. 35:180–194 (1996).

Buse, J. E. Individual research activities. 2:81 (1963).

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Cabacungan, Darryl. Mele mahalo no Samuel H. Elbert (Gratitude chant for Samuel H. Elbert): Ka wai o Huelani (The waters of Huelani). 15:1–2 (1976).

Cakravarti, Prithvindra Nath. Individual research activities. 4:158–159 (1965).

Cammack, Floyd M. Individual research activities. 1:13 (1962).

Capell, Arthur. Individual research activities. 1:57–58 (1962); 2:16 (1963); 3:269–270 (1964); 4:158 (1965).

Carolinian–English dictionary. Ed. by Frederick H. Jackson and Jeffrey C. Marck, et al. Rev. by Kenneth L. Rehg. 34:233–237 (1995).

Carroll, Vern. Generative elicitation techniques in Polynesian lexicography. 5:59–70 (1966)

Cashmore, Christine. Some Proto–Eastern Oceanic reconstructions with reflexes in Southeast Solomon Islands languages. 8:1–25 (1969).

Cebuano and Tagalog, Two differences in definiteness in. By Sarah J. Bell. 17:1–9 (1978).

Cebuano Bisayan: History of the dialect of the Camotes Islands, Philippines, and the spread of Cebuano Bisayan. By John U. Wolff. 6:63–79 (1967).

Central Pacific: On the origins of the possessive in Central Pacific languages. By John Lynch. 36:227–246 (1997).

Central Vanuatu: Parallel development and shared innovation: Some developments in Central Vanuatu inflectional morphology. By Terry Crowley. 30:179–222 (1991).

Cham: From ancient Cham to modern dialects: Two thousand years of language contact and change. By Graham Thurgood. Rev. by Robert Blust. 39:435–445 (2000).

Cham: Malay and Cham possession compared. By Natalia F. Alieva. 31:13–22 (1992).

Chamic: Southeast Asian areal tendencies in the Austronesian strata of the Chamic languages. By Ernest W. Lee. 13:643–668 (1974).

Chamisso, Adelbert von. Über die Hawaiische Sprache. Rev. by Paul G. Chapin. 10:152–157 (1971).

Chamorro historical phonology. By Robert Blust. 39:83–122 (2000).

Chamorro vowel harmony. By Donald M. Topping. 7:67–79 (1968).

Chamorro: On stress and vowel harmony in Chamorro. By F. Christian Latta. 11:140–151 (1972).

Chamorro: The design of agreement: Evidence from Chamorro. By Sandra Chung. Rev. by Lisa Travis. 39:170–198 (2000).

Chang, M. Laura. Thao reduplication. 37: 277–297 (1998).

Chapin, Paul G. Review of Über die Hawaiische Sprache, by Adelbert von Chamisso. 10:152–157 (1971).

Charles, Matthew. Problems in the reconstruction of Proto-Philippine phonology and the subgrouping of the Philip-pine languages. 13:457–509(1974).

Chaski, Carole E. Linear and metrical analyses of Manam stress. 25:167–209 (1986).

Chinese: Proto-Austronesian and the Old Chinese evidence for Sino-Austronesian. By Laurant Sagart. 33:271–308 (1994).

Chowning, Ann. Individual research activities. 1:13–14 (1962); 1:58 (1962); 3:270 (1964).

Chowning, Ann. Milke’s New Guinea Cluster: The evidence from Northwest New Britain. 12:189–243 (1973).

Chrétien, C. Douglas. Individual research activities. 1:14 (1962).

Chung, Sandra. Review of The Reed reference grammar of Maori, by Winifred Bauer, with William Parker, Te Kare-ongawai Evans, and Te Aroha Noti Teepa. 38: 188–193 (1999).

Chung, Sandra. The design of agreement: Evidence from Chamorro. Rev. by Lisa Travis. 39:170–198 (2000).

Chung, Sandra. The syntax of nominalizations in Polynesian. 12:641–686(1973).

Churchward, C. M. Individual research activities. 4:159 (1965).

Chuukese: Gradual and quantum changes in the history of Chuukese (Trukese) phonology. By Ward H. Goodenough. 31: 93–114 (1992).

Clark, Ross. Review of Ura: A disappearing language of southern Vanuatu, by Terry Crowley. 40:186–189 (2001).

Clark, Ross. Some verbless sentences in Samoan. 8:105–119 (1969).

Clark, Ross. Transitivity and case in Eastern Oceanic languages. 12:559–605 (1973).

Clynes, Adrian. Occam and the Proto-Austronesian “diphthongs.” 38:404–408 (1999).

Clynes, Adrian. On the Proto-Austronesian “diphthongs.” 36:347–361 (1997).

Collins, James T. Introduction: Papers on languages of Maluku. 32:239–240 (1993).

Collins, James T. Linguistic research in Maluku: A report of recent field work. 21:73–146 (1982).

Collins, James T. Notes on the language of Taliabo. 28:75–95 (1989).

Comment [on Grace’s review of Dyen’s A lexicostatistical classification of the Austronesian languages]. By Isidore Dyen. 5:32–49 (1966).

Comment [on Grace’s review of Dyen’s A lexicostatistical classification of the Austronesian languages]. By Dell Hymes. 5:50–58 (1966).

Committee Chairman. Report of the Standing Committee on Anthropology and the Social Sciences [a notice]. 7:175–177 (1968).

Comrie, Bernard. Review of The Markham languages of Papua New Guinea, by Susanne Holzknecht. 32:183–186 (1993).

Condax, Iovanna D. Locative accent in Samoan. 29:27–48 (1990).

Confirmation of an etymology: xsalaka ‘money silver’. By Waruno Mahdi. 35:142 (1996).

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