Publications by: Hannah Sarvasy

Also publishes as (Hannah Sacha Sarvasy, Hannah S. Sarvasy)

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Kik, Alfred, Adamec, Martin, Aikhenvald, Alexandra Y., Bajzekova, Jarmila, Baro, Nigel, Bowern, Claire, Colwell, Robert K., Drozd, Pavel, Duda, Pavel, Ibalim, Sentiko, Jorge, Leonardo R., Mogina, Jane, Ruli, Ben, Sam, Katerina, Sarvasy, Hannah, Saulei, Simon, Weiblen, George D., Zrzavy, Jan, and Novotny, Vojtech (2021) Language and ethnobiological skills decline precipitously in Papua New Guinea, the world's most linguistically diverse nation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 118 (22). e2100096118.

Sarvasy, Hannah (2016) Sexless babies, sexed grandparents. International Journal of Language and Culture, 3 (1). pp. 115-136.

Sarvasy, Hannah (2016) Warblish: verbal mimicry of birdsong. Journal of Ethnobiology, 36 (4). pp. 765-782.

Sarvasy, Hannah (2016) The future in Logoori oral texts. In: Payne, Doris L., Pacchiarotti, Sara, and Bosire, Mokaya, (eds.) Diversity in African Languages: selected papers from the 46th annual conference on African linguistics. Contemporary African Linguistics (1). Language Science Press, Berlin, Germany, pp. 201-218.

Sarvasy, Hannah S. (2014) Four Finisterre-Huon languages: an introduction. STUF - Language Typology and Universals, 67 (3). pp. 275-295.

Sarvasy, Hannah S. (2014) Non-spatial setting in Nungon. STUF - Language Typology and Universals, 67 (3). pp. 395-432.

Sarvasy, Hannah Sacha (2014) A grammar of Nungon: a Papuan language of the Morobe Province, Papua New Guinea. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

Sarvasy, Hannah (2013) Across the great divide: how birth-order terms scaled the Saruwaged mountains in Papua New Guinea. Anthropological Linguistics, 55 (3). pp. 234-255.

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