Goddard, Michael (2008) ‘From ‘my story’ to ‘the story of myself’: colonial transformations of personal narratives among the Motu-Koita of Papua New Guinea.’ In B. Lal (ed.) Telling Pacific Lives. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press.
Goddard, Michael (2009) Substantial Justice: An Anthropology of Village Courts in Papua New Guinea. London: Berghahn Books. [in press]
Goddard, Michael (2009) (ed.) Villagers and the City: Melanesian experiences of Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea. London, Sean Kingston Publishing. [in press]
Harkins, Jean (2008) ‘NSW Contact Languages.’ In James Wafer (ed.) Handbook of New South Wales Aboriginal Languages. Canberra: AIATSIS. [in press]
Harvey, Mark (2008) Proto-Mirndi: A discontinuous language family in northern Australia. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.
Harvey, Mark (2008) 'The origin of conjugation markers in Australian languages' In: Bowern, Claire, Bethwyn Evans and Luisa Miceli (eds.), Morphology and Language History: In honour of Harold Koch. 2008. x, 364 pp. (pp. 123–137)
Palmer, Bill (2008) Kokota grammar. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press.
Palmer, Bill (2008) ‘Passive and characteristic possession in Oceanic.’ Studies in Philippine languages & Cultures 18.
Palmer, Bill (f.c.) 'Subject-indexing and possessive morphology in Northwest Solomonic.' Linguistics [accepted for publication]
Carey, Hilary (2008) Lancelot Threlkeld and the Colonial Bible. Inaugural conference of the Society for the History of Linguistics in the Pacific. (Australian National University)
Goddard, Michael (2008) Who owns the Hiri? An argument about origins among people who share a tradition in Papua New Guinea. Association of Social Anthropologists of the UK & the Commonwealth; Association of Social Anthropologists of Aotearoa/New Zealand; and Australian Anthropological Society joint conference. (University of Auckland, NZ)
Harvey, Mark (2008) Complex words and complex predicates. (institute course) Australian Linguistics Institute. (University of Sydney) (with Brett Baker, University of New England)
Palmer, Bill (2008) Drinkable skirts, edible spears, and inalienable bathwater: hierarchies of semantically non-canonical possession. Australian Linguistics Society conference. (University of Sydney)
Palmer, Bill (2008) Imperfective aspect and the interplay of aspect, tense and modality in Torau. Linguistics Association of Great Britain conference. (University of Essex, UK)
Palmer, Bill (2008) Morphological defaults and the Kokota noun phrase. XIV Austronesian Formal Linguistics Association conference (University of Sydney). (With Dunstan Brown)