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Mark Donohue

Morphology

    Donohue, Mark. 2011. Case and configurationality: scrambling or mapping? Journal of Morphology 21: 499-513. (PDF, 0.xxMB)

    Donohue, Mark. 2009. The history of the Tukang Besi pronominals. In Alexander Adelaar and Andrew Pawley, eds., Austronesian historical linguistics and culture history: a festschrift for Robert Blust: 163-177. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics 601. (PDF, 0.xxMB)

    Donohue, Mark. 2009. Case in an Austronesian language: case distinguishability in Tukang Besi. In Andrej Malchukov and Andrew Spencer, eds., Handbook of Case: 771-778. Oxford University Press. (PDF, 0.xxMB)

    Donohue, Mark. 2008. Different subjects, different marking. In Peter de Swart and Helen Hoop, eds., Differential subject marking: 247-279. Studies in Natural Language and Linguistic Theory, vol. 72. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Press. (PDF, 0.xxMB)

    Donohue, Mark. 2008. Complex predicates and bipartite stems in Skou. Studies in Language 32 (2): 279-335. (PDF, 0.4MB)

    Donohue, Mark. 2008. Semantic alignment systems: what’s what, and what’s not. In Mark Donohue and Søren Wichmann, eds., Semantic alignment: typological and descriptive studies: 24-75. Oxford: Oxford University Press. (PDF, 0.xxMB)

    Donohue, Mark. 2008. Prefixal ‘suffixes’ in Skou. Australian Journal of Linguistics 28 (2): 139-170. (PDF, 0.8MB)

    Donohue, Mark. 2008. Pronouns, clitics, orders and grammaticalization in Tukang Besi. Studies in Philippine Languages and Cultures 17: 1-12. (PDF, 0.xxMB)

    Donohue, Mark, and Yusuf Sawaki. 2007. Papuan Malay pronouns: forms and functions. Oceanic Linguistics 46 (1): 253-276. (PDF, 0.3MB)

    Donohue, Mark. 2005. Numerals and their position in universals. Journal of Universal Language 6 (2): 1-37. (PDF, 0.xxMB)

    Donohue, Mark. 2004. Proto-Oceanic *ma- and the adjectives: Oceanic as seen through possibly productive morphology in Tukang Besi. Oceanic Linguistics 43 (1): 149-176. (PDF, 0.3MB)

    Donohue, Mark. 2003. Morphological templates, headedness, and applicatives in Barupu. Oceanic Linguistics 42 (1): 111-143. (PDF, 0.4MB)

    Donohue, Mark. 2003. Agreement in the Skou language: a historical account. Oceanic Linguistics 42 (2): 479-498. (PDF, 0.4MB)

    Donohue, Mark. 2001. Animacy, class and gender in Burmeso. In Andrew Pawley, Malcolm Ross and Darrel Tryon, eds., The boy from Bundaberg: Studies in Melanesian linguistics in honour of Tom Dutton: 97-115. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics 514. (PDF, 0.xxMB)

    Donohue, Mark. 2001. Split intransitivity and Saweru. Oceanic Linguistics 40 (2): 321-336. (PDF, 0.5MB)

    Börjars, Kersti, and Mark Donohue. 2000. Much ado about nothing: features and zeroes in Germanic noun phrases. Studia Linguistica 54 (3): 309-353. (PDF, 0.4MB)

    Donohue, Mark, and Lea Brown. 1999. Ergativity: some additions from Indonesia. Australian Journal of Linguistics 19 (1): 57-76. (PDF, 1.1MB)

    Donohue, Mark. 1999. Irregularity and pronominal markedness: where favoritism sets in. Oceanic Linguistics 38 (2): 409-420. (PDF, 0.2MB)

    Donohue, Mark. 1999. Syntactic categories in Tukang Besi. À propos des catégories syntaxiques: Revue Québécoise de Linguistique 27 (2): 71-90. (PDF, 1.5MB)

    Donohue, Mark, and John Charles Smith. 1998. What’s happened to us? Some developments in the Malay pronoun system. Oceanic Linguistics 37 (1): 65-84. (PDF, 0.7MB)

    Donohue, Mark. 1998. A note on verbal agreement in Maung. Australian Journal of Linguistics 18 (1): 73 89. (PDF, 0.xxMB)

    Donohue, Mark, and Cathryn Donohue. 1997. Fore case marking. Language and Linguistics in Melanesia 28 (1-2): 69-98. (PDF, 1.4MB)

    Donohue, Mark. 1996. Split-intransitivity in Tukang Besi. Oceanic Linguistics 35 (2): 294-305. (PDF, 0.xxMB)

    Donohue, Mark. 1996. Inverse in Tanglapui. Language and linguistics in Melanesia 27 (2): 101-118. (PDF, 0.1MB)

Syntax

    Donohue, Mark. 2012. Argument structure and adjuncts: perspectives from New Guinea. In Zhenya Antic, Charles B. Yang, Clare S. Sandy and Maziar Toosarvandani, eds, Proceedings of the 32nd Annual meeting of the Berkeley Linguistic Society, February 10-12 2006 (Theoretical Approaches to Argument Structure): xx-xx. Berkeley: Berkeley Linguistic Society. (PDF, 0.xxMB)

    Donohue, Mark. 2011. Stability of word order: even simple questions need careful answers. Linguistic Typology 15: 381-391. (PDF, 2.9MB)

    Donohue, Mark. 2011. Case and configurationality: scrambling or mapping? Journal of Morphology 21: 499-513. (PDF, 0.xxMB)

    Donohue, Mark. 2011. Papuan Malay of New Guinea. In Claire Lefebvre, ed., Creoles, their substrates and language typology: 413-436. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. (PDF, 0.xxMB)

    Donohue, Mark. 2010. Pronouns, clitics, orders and grammaticalization in Tukang Besi. Studies in Philippine Languages and Cultures 17: 1-12. (PDF, 0.xxMB)

    Donohue, Mark. 2008. Different subjects, different marking. In Peter de Swart and Helen Hoop, eds., Differential subject marking: 247-279. Studies in Natural Language and Linguistic Theory, vol. 72. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Press. (PDF, 0.xxMB)

    Donohue, Mark. 2008. Obligatory incorporation and ‘have’ in Tukang Besi. In Yury A. Lander and Alexander K. Ogloblin, eds., Language and text in the Austronesian world: studies in honour of Ülo Sirk: 179-197. Muenchen: Lincom Europa. (PDF, 0.xxMB)

    Donohue, Mark. 2008. Hierarchies in argument structure increasing processes: ranking causative and applicative. In Simon Musgrave and Peter K. Austin, eds., Voice and Grammatical Functions in Austronesian: 228-246. Stanford: CSLI Publications. (PDF, 0.xxMB)

    Donohue, Mark. 2008. Complex predicates and bipartite stems in Skou. Studies in Language 32 (2): 279-335. (PDF, 0.4MB)

    Donohue, Mark. 2008. Covert word classes: seeking your own syntax in Tukang Besi. Parts of Speech: Descriptive tools, theoretical constructs. In Umberto Ansaldo, Jan Don and Roland Pfau, eds., Special issue of Studies in Language 32 (3): 590-609. (PDF, 0.2MB)

    Donohue, Mark. 2008. Pronouns, clitics, orders and grammaticalization in Tukang Besi. Studies in Philippine Languages and Cultures 17: 1-12. (PDF, 0.xxMB)

    Donohue, Mark. 2008. Alternative event codings. In Wilaiwan Khanittanan and Paul Sidwell, eds., SEALS XIV Volume 1: Papers from the 14th meeting of the Southeast Asian Linguistic Society 2004: 107-116. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics E-5. (PDF, 0.xxMB)

    Butler, Alastair, and Mark Donohue. 2007. Tukang Besi clauses without embeddings. In Balder D. ten Cate, Henk W. Zeevat, eds., 6th International Tbilisi Symposium on Logic, Language, and Computation Batumi, Georgia, September 12-16, 2005, Revised Selected Papers. Springer-Verlag: FOLLI series (Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Vol. 4363 (Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence)). (PDF, 0.1MB)

    Donohue, Mark, and Yusuf Sawaki. 2007. Papuan Malay pronouns: forms and functions. Oceanic Linguistics 46 (1): 253-276. (PDF, 0.3MB)

    Donohue, Mark. 2007. Word order in Austronesian: from north to south and west to east. Linguistic Typology 11 (2): 351-393. (PDF, 0.8MB)

    Donohue, Mark. 2007. Variation in voice in Indonesian/Malay: historical and synchronic perspectives. In Yoshiko Matsumoto, David Y. Oshima, Orrin R. Robinson, and Peter Sells, eds., Diversity in Language: Perspectives and Implications: 71-129. Stanford: CSLI Publications. (PDF, 0.xxMB)

    Donohue, Mark. 2007. The Malay mirror of the Austronesian world. Lingua 137 (1): 1-30. (PDF, 1.5MB)

    Donohue, Mark. 2006. Negative grammatical functions in Skou. Language 82 (2): 383-398. (PDF, 0.1MB)

    Donohue, Mark. 2005. The Palu’e passive: from pragmatic construction to grammatical device. In I Wayan Arka and Malcolm Ross, eds., The Many Faces of Austronesian Voice Systems: some new empirical studies: 59-85. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.

    Donohue, Mark. 2005. Configurationality in the languages of New Guinea. Australian Journal of Linguistics 25 (2): 181-218. (PDF, 0.3MB)

    Donohue, Mark. 2005. Structure is not syntax: passive functions in Tukang Besi. In Jeffrey Heinz & Dimitris Ntelitheos, eds., Proceedings of the 12th Annual Conference of the Austronesian Formal Linguistics Association: 73-89. University of California at Los Angeles Working Papers in Linguistics 12. Available online at http://www.linguistics.ucla.edu/faciliti/wpl/issues/wpl12/wpl12.htm

    Donohue, Mark. 2004. Floating quantifiers and universal grammar. In Christo Moskowsky, ed., Proceedings of the 2003 Conference of the Australian Linguistics Society. University of Newcastle. Published online at http://www.newcastle.edu.au/school/lang-media/news/als2003/proceedings.html. (PDF, 0.xxMB)

    Donohue, Mark. 2004. Voice oppositions without voice morphology. In Paul Law, ed., Proceedings of AFLA 11, ZAS, Berlin 2004. ZAS Papers in Linguistics Nr. 34 – October 2004: 73-88. Berlin: Zentrum für Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft, Typologie und Universalienforschung, Berlin. (Proceedings of the 11th annual conference of the Austronesian Formal Linguistics Association). (PDF, 0.xxMB)

    Donohue, Cathryn, and Mark Donohue. 2004. On the special status of instrumentals. In Miriam Butt and Tracy Holloway King, eds., Proceedings of the LFG ‘04 Conference: 209-225. Published online at http://cslipublications.stanford.edu/site/ONLN.html. (PDF, 0.xxMB)

    Donohue, Mark. 2002. Negation and Grammatical functions in Skou. In Peter Collins & Mengistu Amberber, eds., Proceedings of ALS2002, the 2002 Conference of the Australian Linguistic Society. University of New South Wales. Published online at http://www.arts.unsw.edu.au/als2002/. (PDF, 0.xxMB)

    Donohue, Mark. 2002. Voice in Tukang Besi and the Austronesian voice system. In Fay Wouk and Malcolm Ross, eds., The history and typology of western Austronesian voice systems: 81 99. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics 518.

    Donohue, Mark. 2001. Animacy, class and gender in Burmeso. In Andrew Pawley, Malcolm Ross and Darrel Tryon, eds., The boy from Bundaberg: Studies in Melanesian linguistics in honour of Tom Dutton: 97-115. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics 514. (PDF, 0.xxMB)

    Donohue, Mark. 2001. Coding choices in argument structure: Austronesian applicatives in texts. Studies in Language 25 (2): 217-254. (PDF, 0.3MB)

    Donohue, Mark. 2000. One phrase structure. In Keith Allan & John Henderson, (eds.), Proceedings of ALS2k, the 2000 Conference of the Australian Linguistic Society. University of Melbourne. Published online at http://www.arts.monash.edu.au/ling/archive/als2000/proceedings.html. (PDF, 0.xxMB)

    Donohue, Mark, and Anna Maclachlan. 2000. What Agreement in Chamorro? In Carolyn Smallwood and Catherine Kitto, eds., The Proceedings of the Austronesian Formal Linguistics Association VI: 121-132. Toronto Working Papers in Linguistics. (PDF, 0.1MB)

    Donohue, Mark. 1999. Syntactic roles vs. Semantic roles: External Possession in Tukang Besi. In Doris Payne and Immanuel Barshi, eds., External Possession. Typological Studies in Language No. 39: 373-401. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. (PDF, 0.xxMB)

    Donohue, Mark, and Lea Brown. 1999. Ergativity: some additions from Indonesia. Australian Journal of Linguistics 19 (1): 57-76. (PDF, 1.1MB)

    Donohue, Mark. 1998. Transitivity in Tukang Besi. Studies in Language 22 (1): 83-111. (PDF, 0.xxMB)

    Donohue, Mark. 1998. A short note on a non-Nominative grammatical pivot in a Philippine-type language. Philippine Journal of Linguistics 29 (1-2): 83-93. (PDF, 0.xxMB)

    Donohue, Mark. 1997. The applicative construction in Tukang Besi. In Cecilia Odé and Wim Stokhof, eds., Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Austronesian Linguistics: 415-432. Amsterdam: Editions Rodopi B.V. (PDF, 0.xxMB)

    Donohue, Mark. 1996. Relative clauses in Tukang Besi: grammatical functions and thematic roles. Linguistic Analysis 26 (3-4): 159-173. (PDF, 0.xxMB)

    Donohue, Mark. 1996. Inverse in Tanglapui. Language and linguistics in Melanesia 27 (2): 101-118. (PDF, 0.1MB)

    Donohue, Mark. 1996. Bajau, a symmetrical Austronesian language. Language 72 (4): 782-793. (PDF, 0.3MB)

Both:

    Donohue, Mark, and Søren Wichmann. 2008. Semantic alignment: typological and descriptive studies. Oxford University Press. (PDF, 11.8MB)

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