The Resource Archaeology and linguistics : understanding ancient Australia | [papers from a conference held] Northern Territory University, Darwin, 8-12 July 1991

Archaeology and linguistics : understanding ancient Australia | [papers from a conference held] Northern Territory University, Darwin, 8-12 July 1991

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Archaeology and linguistics : understanding ancient Australia | [papers from a conference held] Northern Territory University, Darwin, 8-12 July 1991
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Archaeology and linguistics
Title remainder
  • understanding ancient Australia
  • [papers from a conference held] Northern Territory University, Darwin, 8-12 July 1991
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ARCLING conference
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  • Anthropological linguistics
  • Reconstruction (linguistics)
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Archaeology and linguistics : understanding ancient Australia | [papers from a conference held] Northern Territory University, Darwin, 8-12 July 1991
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Contents: Conference programme--Abstracts of conference papers--vol. 1 & vol. 2, conference papers
Contents
[Loose papers]:The linguistic prehistory of Australia : opportunities for dialogue with archaeology / Patrick McConvell -- Cognate search in the Pama-Nyungan language family -- Marine and riverine terminology in some southern South Australian languages (Kaurna, Parnkalla, Narranga, Ngaiawang and others) / Jane Simpson -- Macassan loans and linguistic stratigraphy in Iwaidjan -- Barkly tablelands and Lower Victoria River: the mystery of a discontinuous language grouping / Neil Chadwick -- How many Australian languages were there? / Michael Walsh -- Vol. 1 : Sahul as a linguistic area: evidence for early prehistory / Johanna Nichols -- The articulation of style and social structure in Aboriginal Australia / Claire Smith -- Origin legends and linguistic relationships / Bob Dixon -- The distribution of large blades (Leilira) : evidence for recent changes in Aboriginal ceremonial exchange networks / Harry Allen -- The relevance of linguistics to classification in archaeology: cicatrisation as a case study / Bernard M. J. Huchet and Frances M. Huchet -- The scope of linguistic enquiry into the past / Christopher Ehret -- Regionalism and the inter-relationship of western Arnhem Land rock art, myth, language and prehistory -- Language and prehistory in western Arnhem Land: different cultural groups or seasonal adaptation? / Peter Carroll -- Of lightning brothers and white cockatoos: dating the antiquity of signifiying systems in the Northern Territory / Bruno David et al. -- Flora terminology of the central Northern Territory: (Warumungu, Warlmanpa, Mudburrra and others) -- Long lost relations: Omaha, Iroquois and the borrowing of kinship terms on the Pama-Nyungan/ Northern boundary -- Vol. 2: The evolutionary emergence of language and the first colonisation of Australia [abstract only] / Iain Davidson -- Eudeve as a result of prehistoric linguistic interpretation / David Shaul -- Prehistoric cultural explanations of widespread language families: the Austronesian and Pama-Nyungan cases / Peter Bellwood -- How many Aboriginal languages were there? / Michael Walsh -- Searching for Pama-Nyungan cognates / Geoff O'Grady -- Structural parallelism and convergence in the Princess Charlotte Bay languages and their linguistic prehistory / Bruce Rigsby -- The temporal interpretation of Top End linguistic diversity / Mark Harvey -- Makkassarese loans and linguistic stratigraphy in Western Arnhem Land / Nick Evans -- Comparative central Northern Territory flora terminology (second draft) / David Nash -- Chipping at the past: a northern New South Wales perspective / Terry Crowley -- Bandjalang language and migration / Margaret Sharpe -- Missing and other links between words and things in the Murray-Darling Basin / Tamsin Donaldson -- The cradle of the Pama-Nyungans: linguistic and archaeological speculations / Nick Evans and Rhys Jones -- Little Big men: alliance and schism in northeastern New South Wales during the late Holocene / Luke Godwin
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4 v., loose articles
Governing access note
  • Open access - reading. Closed copying & quotation. Principal and/or Depositor's permission. Not for Inter-Library Loan
  • Open access - reading. Open copying, closed quotation. Not for Inter-Library Loan--Conference programme only
Immediate source of acquisition
G. Ward
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MAR04/077
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Archaeology and linguistics : understanding ancient Australia | [papers from a conference held] Northern Territory University, Darwin, 8-12 July 1991
Publication
Note
Contents: Conference programme--Abstracts of conference papers--vol. 1 & vol. 2, conference papers
Contents
[Loose papers]:The linguistic prehistory of Australia : opportunities for dialogue with archaeology / Patrick McConvell -- Cognate search in the Pama-Nyungan language family -- Marine and riverine terminology in some southern South Australian languages (Kaurna, Parnkalla, Narranga, Ngaiawang and others) / Jane Simpson -- Macassan loans and linguistic stratigraphy in Iwaidjan -- Barkly tablelands and Lower Victoria River: the mystery of a discontinuous language grouping / Neil Chadwick -- How many Australian languages were there? / Michael Walsh -- Vol. 1 : Sahul as a linguistic area: evidence for early prehistory / Johanna Nichols -- The articulation of style and social structure in Aboriginal Australia / Claire Smith -- Origin legends and linguistic relationships / Bob Dixon -- The distribution of large blades (Leilira) : evidence for recent changes in Aboriginal ceremonial exchange networks / Harry Allen -- The relevance of linguistics to classification in archaeology: cicatrisation as a case study / Bernard M. J. Huchet and Frances M. Huchet -- The scope of linguistic enquiry into the past / Christopher Ehret -- Regionalism and the inter-relationship of western Arnhem Land rock art, myth, language and prehistory -- Language and prehistory in western Arnhem Land: different cultural groups or seasonal adaptation? / Peter Carroll -- Of lightning brothers and white cockatoos: dating the antiquity of signifiying systems in the Northern Territory / Bruno David et al. -- Flora terminology of the central Northern Territory: (Warumungu, Warlmanpa, Mudburrra and others) -- Long lost relations: Omaha, Iroquois and the borrowing of kinship terms on the Pama-Nyungan/ Northern boundary -- Vol. 2: The evolutionary emergence of language and the first colonisation of Australia [abstract only] / Iain Davidson -- Eudeve as a result of prehistoric linguistic interpretation / David Shaul -- Prehistoric cultural explanations of widespread language families: the Austronesian and Pama-Nyungan cases / Peter Bellwood -- How many Aboriginal languages were there? / Michael Walsh -- Searching for Pama-Nyungan cognates / Geoff O'Grady -- Structural parallelism and convergence in the Princess Charlotte Bay languages and their linguistic prehistory / Bruce Rigsby -- The temporal interpretation of Top End linguistic diversity / Mark Harvey -- Makkassarese loans and linguistic stratigraphy in Western Arnhem Land / Nick Evans -- Comparative central Northern Territory flora terminology (second draft) / David Nash -- Chipping at the past: a northern New South Wales perspective / Terry Crowley -- Bandjalang language and migration / Margaret Sharpe -- Missing and other links between words and things in the Murray-Darling Basin / Tamsin Donaldson -- The cradle of the Pama-Nyungans: linguistic and archaeological speculations / Nick Evans and Rhys Jones -- Little Big men: alliance and schism in northeastern New South Wales during the late Holocene / Luke Godwin
Extent
4 v., loose articles
Governing access note
  • Open access - reading. Closed copying & quotation. Principal and/or Depositor's permission. Not for Inter-Library Loan
  • Open access - reading. Open copying, closed quotation. Not for Inter-Library Loan--Conference programme only
Immediate source of acquisition
G. Ward
Stock number
MAR04/077

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