Languages of Papua New Guinea

Archives Index

AuthorTitleYearSeriesDomain
Coulter, Neil RMusic shift: evaluating the vitality and viability of music styles among the Alamblak of Papua New Guinea2007Arts and Ethnomusicology
Bruce, Leslie PA grammar of Alamblak (Papua New Guinea)1979Linguistics
Bruce, Kathleen L. and Les P. BruceEmotions in the Alamblak lexicon2010SIL e-BooksLinguistics
Bruce, Leslie P.Toward paradigm uniformity: A longitudinal study in Alamblak2017Oceanic LinguisticsLinguistics
Edmiston, Melenda; Edmiston, PatrickAlamblak Organised Phonology Data2003Linguistics
Masat bubukayet foh Pugir1996
Na yiram kriya rhurtohat1996
Coulter, Neil R.Music Shift: The Changing Musical Balance in an East Sepik Community2010Arts and Ethnomusicology, Language Assessment, Sociolinguistics
Coulter, Neil R.Reversing Music Shift: A Case Study and a Lot of Questions from Papua New Guinea2010Arts and Ethnomusicology, Language Assessment, Sociolinguistics
Coulter, Neil R.Assessing Music Shift: Adapting EGIDS for a Papua New Guinea Community2012Language Documentation and DescriptionArts and Ethnomusicology, Language Assessment, Sociolinguistics
Coulter, Neil R.Last Speaker Ethnography: The Alamblak Garamut as an Example of Fishman's Stage Eight2006Arts and Ethnomusicology, Language Assessment, Sociolinguistics
Coulter, Neil R.Signifying Names and Places on the Alamblak Garamut: Some Initial Observations of a Traditional Sign System2005EthnoDoxologyArts and Ethnomusicology
Coulter, Neil R.The Grammar of the Alamblak Garamut: Initial Observations on the Logic and Construction of a Traditional Sign System2005Arts and Ethnomusicology
Coulter, Neil R.Making Musical Choices: The Disappearing Bamboo Flute Music of the Alamblak in Papua New Guinea2011Arts and Ethnomusicology
Shaw, R. Daniel, editorKinship studies in Papua New Guinea1974Anthropology
Bruce, Leslie PAlamblak kinsmen: To give is better than to receive (and you’ll get it back)1974Anthropology
Coulter, Neil R.Bamboo Flutes, Music Shift, and the End of Groove in an East Sepik Community2013Arts and Ethnomusicology
Coulter, Neil R.Bamboo Flutes, Music Shift, and the End of Groove in an East Sepik Community2013Language and Linguistics in MelanesiaArts and Ethnomusicology
Nömoh wuskam1974
Yemöroh yakkföt1974
Piringr bro dböhneft fakmötr1974
Bruce, Leslie PSerialization: From syntax to lexicon1988Studies in LanguageLinguistics
Bruce, Leslie PAlamblak alveopalatals: Dead portmanteaus1975Pacific Linguistics ALinguistics
Bruce, Leslie PSerialisation: the interface of syntax and lexicon1986Pacific Linguistics ALinguistics
Bruce, Leslie PThe Alamblak language of Papua New Guinea (East Sepik)1984Pacific Linguistics CLinguistics
Bruce, Leslie PAlamblak passivity1974KivungLinguistics
Edmiston, PatrickAlamblak discourse features1997Linguistics
Coulter, Joyce; Coulter, Neil R.Lidia: Freedom Through Authentic Alamblak Worship2010Arts and Ethnomusicology