Mark H. Donohue, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Linguistics Australian National University, Acton, Australian Capital Territory, Australia 
Area:
Austronesian languages, Papuan languages, Himalayan languages
Website:
https://researchers.anu.edu.au/researchers/donohue-mh
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Christian Döhler grad student 2010-2014 ANU

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Cathryn Donohue collaborator ANU
Siva Kalyan collaborator 2015- ANU
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Donohue M. (2018) Prosodic Contrasts and Segmental Analysis in Himalayan Languages Australian Journal of Linguistics. 38: 63-80
Childs G, Craig S, Dhakal DN, et al. (2017) Narrating Disaster through Participatory Research: Perspectives from Post-Earthquake Nepal Collaborative Anthropologies. 10: 207-236
Donohue C, Donohue M. (2016) On ergativity in Bumthang Language. 92: 179-188
Donohue M. (2016) Commentary: Culture mediates the effects of humidity on language Journal of Language Evolution. 1: 57-60
Langhe ED, Perrier X, Donohue M, et al. (2015) The Original Banana Split: Multi-disciplinary implications of the generation of African and Pacific Plantains in Island Southeast Asia Ethnobotany Research and Applications. 14: 299-312
Donohue M, Gautam BR, Pokharel M. (2014) Negation and nominalization in Kusunda Language. 90: 737-745
Wright DJ, Denham TP, Shine D, et al. (2013) An Archaeological Review of Western New Guinea Journal of World Prehistory. 26: 25-73
Denham T, Donohue M. (2012) Lack of correspondence between Asian-Papuan genetic admixture and Austronesian language dispersal in eastern Indonesia Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 109
Donohue M, Denham T. (2012) Lapita and proto-oceanic Journal of Pacific History. 47: 443-457
Donohue M, Denham T, Oppenheimer S. (2012) Consensus and the lexicon in historical linguistics: Rejoinder to "basic vocabulary and Bayesian phylolinguistics" Diachronica. 29: 538-546
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