|2008||Harvey Mark David, Proto Mirndi: A Discontinuous Language Family in Northern Australia, Pacific Linguistics Publishers, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, 169 (2008) [A1]|
This is the first detailed reconstruction of a language family in Australia.
|2006||Harvey Mark David, Green Ian, Nordlinger Rachel, 'From prefixes to suffixes: Typological change in Northern Australia', Diachronica: international journal for historical linguistics, XXIII 289-311 (2006) [C1]|
Diachronica is an A* journal. I was the lead and principal author for the article.
|2005||Harvey Mark David, Baker B, 'Vowel harmony, directionality and morpheme structure constraints in Warlpiri', Lingua, 115 1457-1474 (2005) [C1]|
Lingua is one the major international linguistics journals.
|2003||Harvey Mark David, 'Reconstruction of pronominals among the non-Pama-Nyungan languages', The non-Pama-Nyungan languages of northern Australia: comparative studies of the continent's most linguistically complex region, Pacific Lingjuistics, Canberra, 475-513 (2003) [B1]|
This paper has had a significant impact in the field. It is widely cited.
|2003||Harvey Mark David, Brett Baker, 'Word Structure in Australian Languages', Australian Journal of Linguistics, 23 31 (2003) [C1]|
This article provides the first detailed application of the theory of lexical phonology, one of the major phonological theories, to Australian languages.
|2002||Harvey Mark David, A grammar of Gaagudju, Mouton de Gruyter, Berlin/New York, 497 (2002) [A1]|
Mouton de Gruyter is one of the leading international publishers of grammars.
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