Oceanic Linguistics Special Publications

JSTOR logoThe titles with hyperlinked numbers in the following list are available in print from University of Hawai‘i Press. The rest are out of print, but electronic facsimiles are now available online in the Arts & Sciences Complement of the JSTOR archive.

40. Elizabeth Zeitoun, Chu Tai-hwa, and Lalo a tahesh kabaybaw. A Study of Saisiyat Morphology. February 2015. 630 pp.

39. Valerie Guerin. November 2011. A Grammar of Mavea: An Oceanic Language of Vanuatu. 410 pp.

38. Claire Bowern. April 2011. Sivisa Titan: Sketch Grammar, Texts, Vocabulary Based on Material Collected by P. Josef Meier and Po Minis. 490 pp.

37. Thomas John Hudak. February 2011. William J. Gedney’s Concise Saek-English, English-Saek Lexicon. 264 pp.

36. Nicole Kruspe. 2010. A Dictionary of Mah Meri as Spoken at Bukit Bangkong. 424 pp.

35. Bill Palmer. 2008. Kokota Grammar. 448 pp.

34. Thomas John Hudak. 2008. William J. Gedney’s Comparative Tai Source Book. 232 pp.

33. Nicholas Thieberger. 2007. A Grammar of South Efate: An Oceanic Language of Vanuatu. 416 pp.

32. Otto Dempwolff; tr. & ed. by Joel Bradshaw and Francisc Czobor. 2005. Otto Dempwolff’s Grammar of the Jabêm Language in New Guinea. 132 pp.

31. Terry Crowley. 2004. Bislama Reference Grammar. 206 pp.

30. Juliette Blevins. 2001. Nhanda: An Aboriginal Language of Western Australia. 170 pp.

29. Videa P. De Guzman and Byron W. Bender, eds. 2000. Grammatical Analysis: Morphology, Syntax, and Semantics. 298 pp.

28. Graham Thurgood. 1999. From Cham to Modern Dialects: Two Thousand Years of Language Contact and Change. 498 pp.

27. Terry Crowley. 1998. An Erromangan (Sye) Grammar. 294 pp.

26. John W. M. Verhaar. 1995. Toward a Reference Grammar of Tok Pisin: An Experiment in Corpus Linguistics. 470 pp.

25. Midori Osumi. 1995. Tinrin Grammar. 304 pp.

24. Jerold A. Edmondson and Kenneth J. Gregerson, eds. 1993. Tonality in Austronesian Languages. 178 pp.

23. Robert Parkin. 1991. A Guide to Austroasiatic Speakers and Their Languages. 198 pp.

22. Samuel H. Elbert. 1988. Echo of a Culture: A Grammar of Rennell and Bellona. 306 pp.

21. Charles Randriamasimanana. 1986. The Causatives of Malagasy. 684 pp.

20. Veneeta Z. Acson and Richard L. Leed, eds. 1985. For Gordon H. Fairbanks.

19. Paul A. Geraghty. 1983. The History of the Fijian Languages. 484 pp.

18. Frantisek Lichtenberk. 1983. A Grammar of Manam. 648 pp.

17. James Patrie. 1982. The Genetic Relationship of the Ainu Language. 174 pp.

16. Videa P. De Guzman. 1978. Syntactic Derivation of Tagalog Verbs. 414 pp.

15. Fang Kuei Li. 1977. A Handbook of Comparative Tai. 390 pp.

14. John E. Reinecke, Stanley M. Tsuzaki, David DeCamp, Ian F. Hancock, and Richard E. Wood, comps. 1975. A Bibliography of Pidgin and Creole Languages. 804 pp.

13. Philip N. Jenner, Laurence C. Thompson, and Stanley Starosta, eds. 1976. Austroasiatic Studies, Part I (pp. 1–692) and Part II (pp. 693–1344).

12. Timothy M. Manley. 1972. Outline of Sre Structure. 240 pp.

11. Morice Vanoverbergh. 1972. Isneg-English Vocabulary. 640 pp.

10. Leatrice T. Mirikitani. 1972. Kapampangan Syntax. 264 pp.

09. Susumu Nagara. 1972. Japanese Pidgin English in Hawaii: A Bilingual Description. 322 pp.

08. Lawrence A. Reid, ed. 1971. Philippine Minor Languages: Word Lists and Phonologies. 242 pp.

07. David D. Thomas. 1971. Chrau Grammar. 258 pp.

06. David R. Counts. 1969. A Grammar of Kaliai-Kove. 170 pp.

05. Albert J. Schütz. 1969. Nguna Grammar. 188 pp.

04. Albert J. Schütz. 1969. Nguna Texts. 326 pp.

03. Richard E. Elkins. 1968. Manobo-English Dictionary. 356 pp.

02. Lawrence Andrew Reid. 1966. An Ivatan Syntax. 160 pp.

01. Stanley M. Tsuzaki and John E. Reinecke. 1966. English in Hawaii: An Annotated Bibliography. 62 pp.