Research Publications for Julie R Barbour
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Daly, N., & Barbour, J. (2018). Because, they are from here. It is their identity, and it is important”: Teachers' understanding of the role of translation in vernacular language maintenance in Malekula. In Vanuatu Languages Conference 2018. Conference held at the Vanuatu Kaljoral Senta in Port Vila, Vanuatu.
Daly, N., & Barbour, J. (2017). Teachers’ understandings of the role of translation in vernacular language maintenance in Malekula: some early thoughts. Wellington Working Papers in Linguistics: Linguistic travels in time and space: Festschrift for Liz Pearce, 23, 29-34.
Barbour, J. R., & William, C. (2017). Writing Lamap: the representation of person markers. Language and Linguistics in Melanesia, 35, 132-151.
Barbour, J., & Dodd, R. (2017). Serials and echoes in the languages of Western Malekula. In 12th Conference of the Association for Linguistic Typology (ALT). Conference held at Canberra, Australia.
Barbour, J. (2016). Documentation of the Neverver language, Malekula, Vanuatu. Retrieved from https://elar.soas.ac.uk/Collection/MPI971105
Barbour, J. (2016). The Malekula Languages project. In Anthropology Programme Seminar Series, University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.
Barbour, J. (2016). Undergraduate linguistics and human research ethics. Te Reo, 59, 71-89.
Barbour, J. (2016). An account of possession in Larevet. Language and Linguistics in Melanesia, 34(1), 139-163.
Barbour, J. (2015). Small stories and associated identities in Neverver. In F. Gounder (Ed.), Narrative and identity construction in the Pacific Islands (Vol. 21, pp. 81-100). Amsterdam, The Netherlands: John Benjamins Publishing Company. doi:10.1075/sin.21
Barbour, J. R. (2015). Undergraduate linguistics and human research ethics. In Linguistic Society of New Zealand Conference 2015. Conference held at University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand.