Bibliothèque du Centre A.G. Haudricourt

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1. Article d'ouvrage Concluding notes.

de Ross, Malcolm.

Ouvrage: The lexicon of Proto Oceanic : The culture and environment of ancestral Oceanic society. 3, Plants / M. Ross, A. Pawley, M. Osmond (Eds.) Canberra : Pacific Linguistics, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, The Australian National University, 2007 p.427-436.Accès : Voir document
2. Article d'ouvrage Contact-induced change and the comparative method : Cases from Papua New Guinea.

de Ross, Malcolm.

Ouvrage: The comparative method reviewed : Regularity and irregularity in language change Oxford : Oxford University Press, 1996 p.180-217.Accès : Voir document
3. Article d'ouvrage Diagnosing prehistoric language contact.

de Ross, Malcolm.

Ouvrage: Motives for language change / Raymond Hickey (Ed.) Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University press, 2003 p.174-198.Accès : Voir document
4. Article d'ouvrage Green vegetables and figs.

de Ross, Malcolm.

Ouvrage: The lexicon of Proto Oceanic : The culture and environment of ancestral Oceanic society. 3, Plants / M. Ross, A. Pawley, M. Osmond (Eds.) Canberra : Pacific Linguistics, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, The Australian National University, 2007 p.293-310.Accès : Voir document
5. Article d'ouvrage Introducing Proto Oceanic plant names.

de Ross, Malcolm.

Ouvrage: The lexicon of Proto Oceanic : The culture and environment of ancestral Oceanic society. 3, Plants / M. Ross, A. Pawley, M. Osmond (Eds.) Canberra : Pacific Linguistics, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, The Australian National University, 2007 p.25-51.Accès : Voir document
6. Article d'ouvrage Introduction.

de Ross, Malcolm; Pawley, Andrew; Osmond, Meredith.

Ouvrage: The lexicon of Proto Oceanic : The culture and environment of ancestral Oceanic society. 3, Plants / M. Ross, A. Pawley, M. Osmond (Eds.) Canberra : Pacific Linguistics, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, The Australian National University, 2007 p.1-24 .Accès : Voir document
7. Article de périodique Is Kazukuru really non-Austronesian?.

de Dunn, Michael; Ross, Malcolm.

Périodique: Oceanic Linguistics Juin 2007 vol.46, n°1, p.210-231.Accès : Voir document
8. Article d'ouvrage Loanwords in Takia, an Oceanic language of Papua New Guinea.

de Ross, Malcolm.

Ouvrage: Loanwords in the world's languages : a comparative handbook / M. Haspelmath, U. Tadmor (Eds.) Berlin : Mouton de Gruyter, 2009 p.747-770.Accès : Voir document
9. Article d'ouvrage Methodological issues: linking genetic, linguistic and archaeological evidence.

de Blench, Roger; Sanchez-Mazas, Alicia; Ross, Malcolm.

Ouvrage: Past Human Migrations in East Asia : matching archaeology, linguistics and genetics / A. Sanchez-Mazas, R. Blench, M. D. Ross [et al.] (Eds.) London : Routledge, 2008 p.3-19.Accès : Voir document
10. Article d'ouvrage Nut and fruit trees.

de Ross, Malcolm.

Ouvrage: The lexicon of Proto Oceanic : The culture and environment of ancestral Oceanic society. 3, Plants / M. Ross, A. Pawley, M. Osmond (Eds.) Canberra : Pacific Linguistics, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, The Australian National University, 2007 p.311-353.Accès : Voir document
11. Article d'ouvrage Other cultivated plants.

de Ross, Malcolm.

Ouvrage: The lexicon of Proto Oceanic : The culture and environment of ancestral Oceanic society. 3, Plants / M. Ross, A. Pawley, M. Osmond (Eds.) Canberra : Pacific Linguistics, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, The Australian National University, 2007 p.389-426.Accès : Voir document
12. Article d'ouvrage Pronouns as a preliminary diagnostic for grouping papuan languages.

de Ross, Malcolm.

Ouvrage: Papuan pasts : Cultural, linguistic and biological histories of papuan-speaking peoples / A. Pawley, R. Attenborough, J. Golson, R. Hide (eds.) Canberra : Pacific Linguistics, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University, 2005 p.15-65.Accès : Voir document
13. Article d'ouvrage Proto Austronesian verbal morphology: a reappraisal.

de Ross, Malcolm.

Ouvrage: Austronesian historical linguistics and culture history : a festschrift for Robert Blust / A. Adelaar, A. Pawley (Eds.) Canberra : Australian National University, 2009 p.295-326.Accès : Voir document
14. Article d'ouvrage Staple foods : roops, bananas, breadfruits and sago.

de Ross, Malcolm.

Ouvrage: The lexicon of Proto Oceanic : The culture and environment of ancestral Oceanic society. 3, Plants / M. Ross, A. Pawley, M. Osmond (Eds.) Canberra : Pacific Linguistics, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, The Australian National University, 2007 p.255-292.Accès : Voir document
15. Article d'ouvrage The coconut palm.

de Ross, Malcolm; Evans, Bethwyn.

Ouvrage: The lexicon of Proto Oceanic : The culture and environment of ancestral Oceanic society. 3, Plants / M. Ross, A. Pawley, M. Osmond (Eds.) Canberra : Pacific Linguistics, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, The Australian National University, 2007 p.355-387.Accès : Voir document
16. Ouvrage The comparative method reviewed : Regularity and irregularity in language change.

de Durie, Mark; Ross, Malcolm.

Édition : Oxford : Oxford University Press, 1996. Accès : Disponible à : LLACAN [21 DURI] (1).
17. Ouvrage The Comparative method reviewed : Regularity and irregularity in language change.

de Durie, Mark; Ross, Malcolm.

Édition : New York : Oxford University Press, 1996. Accès : Disponible à : LACITO [LG DURI] (1).
18. Article d'ouvrage The integrity of the Austronesian language family: from Taiwan to Oceania.

de Ross, Malcolm.

Ouvrage: Past Human Migrations in East Asia : matching archaeology, linguistics and genetics / A. Sanchez-Mazas, R. Blench, M. D. Ross [et al.] (Eds.) London : Routledge, 2008 p.161-181.Accès : Voir document
19. Ouvrage Topics in the description of Kiriwina.

de Lawton, Ralph; Ross, Malcolm; Ezard, Janet.

Édition : Canberra : Australian National University, 1993.Accès : Voir document Checked out (1)
20. Article d'ouvrage Wild plants of primary lowland tropical rain forest.

de Ross, Malcolm.

Ouvrage: The lexicon of Proto Oceanic : The culture and environment of ancestral Oceanic society. 3, Plants / M. Ross, A. Pawley, M. Osmond (Eds.) Canberra : Pacific Linguistics, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, The Australian National University, 2007 p.185-236.Accès : Voir document
21. Article d'ouvrage Wild plants of secondary lowland tropical rain forest and grassland.

de Ross, Malcolm.

Ouvrage: The lexicon of Proto Oceanic : The culture and environment of ancestral Oceanic society. 3, Plants / M. Ross, A. Pawley, M. Osmond (Eds.) Canberra : Pacific Linguistics, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, The Australian National University, 2007 p.237-254.Accès : Voir document
22. Article d'ouvrage Wild plants of the coastal strand.

de Ross, Malcolm.

Ouvrage: The lexicon of Proto Oceanic : The culture and environment of ancestral Oceanic society. 3, Plants / M. Ross, A. Pawley, M. Osmond (Eds.) Canberra : Pacific Linguistics, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, The Australian National University, 2007 p.129-172.Accès : Voir document
23. Article d'ouvrage Wild plants of the mangrove swamp.

de Ross, Malcolm.

Ouvrage: The lexicon of Proto Oceanic : The culture and environment of ancestral Oceanic society. 3, Plants / M. Ross, A. Pawley, M. Osmond (Eds.) Canberra : Pacific Linguistics, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, The Australian National University, 2007 p.173-183.Accès : Voir document
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