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 Browse by Research Fields, Courses and Disciplines The Research Fields, Courses and Disciplines (Australian Standard Research Classification) is published by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS catalogue number 1297.0) 1998. ABS data is used with permission from the Australian Bureau of Statistics -> 420000 Language and Culture -> 420100 Language Studies -> 420103 Aboriginal Languages :

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Laughren, Mary, Pensalfini, Rob and Mylne, Tom (2005). Accounting for verb-initial order in an Australian language. In Carnie, Andrew, Harley, Heidi and Dooley, Sheila Ann (Ed.), Verb First: On the syntax of verb-initial languages 1st ed. (pp. 367-401) Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company. 2774 211
Turpin, Myfany (2007) Artfully hiddden: Text and rhythm in a Central Australian Aboriginal song series. Musicology Australia, 29 1: 93-108. doi:10.1080/08145857.2007.10416590 371 7 0
Hall, Allen Harry (1973). A study in the Thaayorre language of the Edward River tribe, Cape York Peninsula, Queensland: Being a description of the grammar PhD Thesis, School of English, Media Studies and Art History, The University of Queensland. 341 1427
Australian Aboriginal grammar. Edited by Barry J. Blake London ; Sydney: Wolfeboro, N.H. : Croom Helm, 1987. 598 68
Laughren, M. (2000). Australian Aboriginal Languages: Their contemporary status and functions. In Barry J. Blake and Robert Malcolm Ward Dixon (Ed.), The Handbook of Australian Languages (pp. 1-32) Melbourne: Oxford University Press. 178  
Pensalfini, Rob (1999) Case Suffixes as Discourse Markers in Jingulu. 3412 1409
Shnukal, A. (2004). Confluence: Asian cultural contributions to ailan pasin. In Shnukal, A., G. Ramsay and Y. Nagata (Ed.), Navigating Boundaries: The Asian Diaspora in Torres Strait (pp. 247-263) Pandanus Books: Canberra. 80  
Laughren, M. (2000). Constraints on the pre-auxiliary position in Warlpiri and the nature of Auxiliary. In: John Henderson, Proceedings of the 1999 Conference of the Australian Linguistic Society. 1999 Conference of the Australian Linguistic Society, U of Western Australia, Perth, (1-18). 28 September - 2 October. 53  
Shnukal, A. (2005) Language (Australia) in Benson, E. and L. W. Conolly (eds.) Encyclopedia of Post-Colonial Literatures in English. 2nd London: Routledge 34  
Shnukal, A. (2004). Language diversity, pan-Islander identity and 'national' identity in Torres Strait. In Davis and R. (Ed.), Woven Histories, Dancing Lives: Torres Strait Islander Identity, Culture and History (pp. 107-123) Aboriginal Studies Press: Canberra. 110  
Mitchell, Andrea (2000) Ngay Janijirr Ngank: This is my word by Magalene Williams [Book review]. Journal of Australian Studies, 24 64: 249-250. doi:10.1080/14443050009387576 42   0
Laughren, M (2003) Nhanda: An aboriginal language of Western Australia.. Oceanic Linguistics, 42 1: 259-266. doi:10.2307/3623460 96   1 0
Pensalfini, Robert (2001). On the Typological and Genetic Affiliation of Jingulu. In Simpson, Jane, Nash, David, Laughren, Mary, Austin, Peter and Alpher, Barry (Ed.), Forty Years on: Ken Hale and Australian languages (pp. 385-399) Australian National University, Canberra: Pacific Lingustics. 562 1675
Pensalfini, R. J. (2000). Optional disagreement and the case for feature hierarchies. In: Sabrina Billings, CLS35-2 The Panels. The Chicago Linguistics Society's 35th Meeting, Chicago, University of Chicago, (343-353). 22-24 April, 1999. 658 1013
Pensalfini, Rob (2003) Part Of Speech Mismatches in Modular Grammar: New Evidence from Jingulu. 3026 1806
Laughren, Mary (2002). Syntactic Constraints in a 'Free Word Order' Language. In Amberber, Mengistu and Collins, Peter (Ed.), Language Universals and Variation 1st ed. (pp. 83-130) Westport, Connecticut: Praeger Publishers. 126 173
Pensalfini, Rob (1998). The Development of (Apparently) Onsetless Syllabification: A Constraint-Based Approach. In: Proceedings of the Chicago Linguistics Society. Chicago Linguistics Society Annual Meeting 1998, Chicago, (167-178). 1998. 2874 1534
McConvell, Patrick and Laughren, Mary (2004). The Ngumpin-Yapa Subgroup. In C. Bowern and H. Koch (Ed.), Australian Languages: Classification and the Comparative Method (pp. 151-177) Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company. 398 174
Turpin, M. (2007) The poetics of Central Australian song. Studies in Aboriginal Song: A Special Issue of Australian Aboriginal Studies, 2 2: 100-115. 56 1 3
Pensalfini, Rob (2003) Towards a Typology of Configurationality. 2960 1277
Pensalfini, Rob (2003) Verbs as Spatial Deixis Markers in Jingulu. 3200 2426
Pensalfini, Rob (2002) Vowel Harmony in Jingulu. Lingua, 112 7: 561-586. doi:10.1016/S0024-3841(01)00061-4 3105 1224 4 Cited 3 times in Scopus3 0
Laughren, Mary (2001). What Warlpiri 'avoidance' registers do with grammar. In Simpson, Jane, Nash, David, Laughren, Mary and Alpher, Barry (Ed.), Forty Years On: Ken Hale and Australian Languages 1 ed. (pp. 199-225) Canberra: Australian National University. 147 262
Bradley, John, Kirton, Jean and Yanyuwa Community Yanyuwa Wuka: language from Yanyuwa Country - a Yanyuwa dictionary and cultural resource. Australia: John Bradley, 1992. 9165 19593