Roger Blench: Austroasiatic

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2014

Origins of Ethnolinguistic Identity in Southeast Asia. Chapter in the Handbook of East and Southeast Asian Archaeology. Springer, U.S. 2014. Editors: Junko Habu (UC, Berkeley), Peter Lape (Washington), John Olsen (Arizona), and Jing Zhichun (UBC).

under review

2013

Waterworld: lexical evidence for aquatic subsistence strategies in Austroasiatic.

Unpublished

2013

The origins of nominal affixes in MSEA languages: convergence, contact and some African parallels. Paper presented at Mainland Southeast Asian Languages: The State of the Art in 2012. Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig. 29 November - 1 December 2012. Accepted for publication in a forthcoming volume edited by N.J. Enfield and Bernard Comrie. Also Powerpoint

In press

2011

with P. Sidwell. Is Shom Pen a distinct branch of Austroasiatic? Austroasiatic studies. ICAAL IV. Mon-Khmer Studies, Special Issue 3. 9-18.

Published

2011

with Paul Sidwell. The Austroasiatic Urheimat : the Southeastern Riverine Hypothesis.  In: N. Enfield ed. Dynamics of Human Diversity in Mainland SE Asia. 317-345. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.

Published

2011

Was there an Austroasiatic presence in island SE Asia prior to the Austronesian expansion? Bulletin of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association 30: 133-144.

Published

2011

The role of agriculture in the evolution of Southeast Asian language phyla. In N. Enfield ed. Dynamics of Human Diversity in Mainland SE Asia. 125-152. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.

Published

2007

The language of the Shom Pen: a language isolate in the Nicobar Islands. Mother Tongue XII: 179-202.

Published

2006

Aslian linguistic history. Conference paper, Siem Reap  and Powerpoint

Unpublished

 

 

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