Research Publications for Julie R Barbour

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  • Barbour, J. (2012). A Grammar of Neverver. Berlin/Boston: De Gruyter Mouton.

  • Barbour, J. (2011). Contour segments in Neverver: Synchronic justifications. Te Reo: Journal of the Linguistic Society of New Zealand, 54, 3-44.

  • Barbour, J. (2011). Possession in Neverver. In First International Workshop on the Languages of Vanuatu. Conference held at Australian National University, Canberra, Australia.

  • Barbour, J. (2011). Possession in Neverver. In First International Workshop on the Languages of Vanuatu. Conference held at Australian National University, Canberra, Australia.

  • Barbour, J. (2011). Exploring mood in Neverver. Oceanic Linguistics, 50(1), 198-220. Retrieved from http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/oceanic_linguistics/v050/50.1.barbour.pdf

  • Barbour, J. (2010). Neverver: A study of language vitality and community initiatives. In M. Florey (Ed.), Endangered Languages of Austronesia (pp. 225-244). Oxford University Press.

  • Barbour, J. (2010). The prominence of mood in Neverver. In 8th International Conference on Oceanic Linguistics (COOL8). Conference held at University of Auckland, New Zealand.

  • Barbour, J. (2010). An ethnographic approach to sustainable linguistic fieldwork. In Contemporary Ethnography Across the Disciplines (CEAD). Conference held at University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.

  • Barbour, J. (2009). Texts, language consultants, and linguistics: Understanding reduplication in Neverver. In 1st International Conference on Language Documentation & Conservation: Supporting Small Languages Together. Conference held at University of Hawai'i, Hawai'i.

  • Barbour, J. (2009). Ta'arof: Experiences of ritual politeness in Persian culture. In Linguistic Society of New Zealand 18th Biennial Conference. Conference held at Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand.

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