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The Australian National University

Mark Donohue

Phonology works:

Published articles:

    Ross, Bill, and Mark Donohue. 2011. The many origins of Diversity and Complexity in phonology. Linguistic Typology 15: 251-265. (PDF, 5.4MB)

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

    Donohue, Mark. 2006. Coronals and velars: support for Blust. Oceanic Linguistics 45 (1): 229-241. (PDF, 0.4MB)

    Donohue, Mark. 2004. Review of A Grammar of Hatam, by Ger Reesink. Oceanic Linguistics 42 (1): 244-251. (PDF, 0.4MB)

    Donohue, Mark. 2003. The laryngeal gesture in Austronesian languages: a terminological quibble. Oceanic Linguistics 42 (1): 213-217. (PDF, 0.1MB)

    Donohue, Mark. 1997. Tone in New Guinea. Linguistic Typology 1 (3): 347-386. (PDF, 0.xxMB)

Chapters:

    Donohue, Mark. 2012. The shape and spread of tone. In Cathryn Donohue, Shunichi Ishihara and William Steed, eds, Quantitative approaches to problems in linguistics: studies in honour of Phil Rose: 9-20. Muenchen: Lincom Europa. (PDF, 0.xxMB)

    Donohue, Mark. 2010. Dental discrepancies and the sound of Proto-Austronesian. In Bethwyn Evans, ed., Discovering History through Language: papers in honour of Malcolm Ross: 271-287. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics 605. (PDF, 0.xxMB)

    Donohue, Mark. 2009. Syllables and boundaries. In Linda Uyechi and Wee Lian Hee, eds., Reality Exploration and Discovery: Pattern Interaction in Language and Life. [Festschrift for K.P. Mohanan]: 47-58. Stanford: CSLI Press. (PDF, 0.xxMB)

    Donohue, Mark. 1997. Hatam phonology and grammatical notes. In Andrew K. Pawley, ed., Papers in Papuan linguistics No. 2: 37-57. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics A-87. (PDF, 0.xxMB)

Conference proceedings:

    Donohue, Mark. 2005. Tone and the Trans New Guinea languages. In Shigeki Kaji, ed., Proceedings of the symposium Cross-linguistic Studies of Tonal Phenomena: historical development and the tone/syntax interface. Tokyo University of Foreign studies: Research Institute for Language and Cultures of Asia and Africa. (PDF, 0.xxMB)

    Donohue, Mark. 2003. The tonal system of Skou, New Guinea. In Shigeki Kaji, ed., Proceedings of the symposium Cross-linguistic Studies of Tonal Phenomena: phonetics of Tone, and descriptive studies: 329-355. Tokyo University of Foreign studies: Research Institute for Language and Cultures of Asia and Africa. (PDF, 0.5MB)

    Donohue, Mark, and Yvette van Vugt. 1992. Analysis of tone in the language of Vanimo, Papua New Guinea. Jeff Pittam, eds., Proceedings of the fourth Australian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology: 592-596. Brisbane: University of Queensland Printery. (PDF, 0.xxMB)

    Donohue, Mark. 1990. Fundamental frequency reset at clause boundaries in Tokyo dialect Japanese. Proceedings of the third Australian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology: 90-94. Melbourne: University of Melbourne Press. (PDF, 0.xxMB)

See also this site, and the on-line results of the 2011 Tone workshop.

Updated:  29 December 2013/ Responsible Officer:  Mark Donohue/ Page Contact:  Mark Donohue