LSA 225: Phonological typology of Papuan languages
Mark Donohue is a research fellow at the Australian National University. He specialises in the analysis, typology and history of the Austronesian and Melanesian areas. He has his linguistic beginnings with fieldwork on languages of Indonesia and Papua New Guinea, and has incorporated insights from this work and from a study of written materials on other languages of the area to address a number of questions in theoretical linguistics and areal macrohistories. He has produced four books and a number of articles addressing questions of regional and theoretical interest.
External website: http://www.donohue.cc/
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