In Press

Bromham, L. (in press). Solving Galton’s problem: practical solutions for analysing language diversity and evolution. Historical Linguistics.

Kealy, S., Donnellan, S., Mitchell, K., Herrera, M., Aplin, K., O’Connor, S., & Louys, J. (in press). Phylogenetic relationships of the cuscuses (Diprotodontia: Phalangeridae) of Island Southeast Asia and Melanesia based on the mitochondrial ND2 gene. Australian Mammalogy.

Passmore, S., & Watts, J. In Press. WEIRD People and The Western Church: Who made whom? Religion, Brain & Behavior.

Rowland, M., Shaw, B., & Ulm, S. (in press). Maritime island and coastal societies of Australia and New Guinea. In Oxford Handbook of the Archaeology of Australia and New Guinea.

Shaw, B., & Coxe, S. (in press). Cannibalism and developments to socio-political systems from 540 BP in the Massim islands of southeast Papua New Guinea.

Shipton, C., O’Connor, S., Reepmeyer, C., Kealy, S., & Jankowski, N. (in press). Shell Adzes, Exotic Obsidian, and Inter-Island Voyaging in the Terminal Pleistocene and Holocene of Wallace. Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology.



Evans, N. 2022. Words of Wonder: Endangered Languages and What They Tell Us. 2nd ed. Wiley-Blackwell.

Book chapters

Bedford, S. 2022. Archives, oral traditions and archaeology: Dissonant narratives concerning punitive expeditions on Malakula Island, Vanuatu. In G. Clark and M. Lister (eds). Archaeological Perspectives on Conflict and Warfare in Australia and the Pacific. Pp. 211-225. Terra Australis 54. Canberra: ANU Press.

Journal articles

Adeleye, M., Connor, S., Herbert, A. & Haberle, S. 2022. Toward the saving of global rainforests. Global Change Biology.

Bedford, S., M. Spriggs, J. Flexner & A. Naupa. 2022. Grassroots badly burnt: the loss of ni-Vanuatu archaeologists whose careers spanned 50 years. Journal of Pacific Archaeology 13(1): EPUB: Ahead of Print.

Bromham, L. 2022. Meaning and Purpose: Using Phylogenies to Investigate Human History and Cultural Evolution. Biological Theory.

Field, J., Shaw, B., & Summerhayes, G. 2022. Pathways to the Interior: Human settlement in the Simbai-Kaironk Valleys of the Madang Province, PNG. Australian Archaeology 88(1): 2-17.

Frieman, C. & Lewis, J. 2022. Trickle down innovation? Creativity and innovation at the margins. World Archaeology.

Hua, X., Meakins, F., Algy, C., & Bromham, L. 2022. Language change in multidimensional space: New methods for modelling linguistic coherence. Language Dynamics and Change, 12, 78-123.

James, H., S. Adams, M. Willmes, K. Mathison, A. Ulrichsen, R. Wood, A. Valera, C. Frieman, & R. Grün. 2022. A large-scale environmental strontium isotope baseline map of Portugal for archaeological and paleoecological provenance studies.  Journal of Archaeological Science 142:105595.

Kidd, E. & Garcia, R. 2022. How diverse is child language acquisition research?. First Language.

Mariani, M., Connor, S., Theuerkauf, M., Herbert, A., Kunes, P., Bowman, B., Fletcher, M., Head, L., Kershaw, A., Haberle, S., Stevenson, J., Adeleye, M., Cadd, H., Hopf, F. & Briles, C. 2022. Disruption of cultural burning promotes shrub encroachment and unprecedented wildfires. Frontiers in ecology and the environment.

McBride, E., Wallis, L., Hopf, F., Haberle, S. & Dardengo, M. 2022. Demonstrating the potential of amberat middens for understanding late Quaternary palaeoenvironments in the Central Pilbara, Western Australia. Quaternary International.

Perfors, A. and Kidd, E. 2022. The Role of Stimulus-Specific Perceptual Fluency in Statistical Learning. Cogn Sci, vol.46, no.2, pp. e13100-. https://doi:10.1111/cogs.13100

Roberts, P., K. Douka, M. Tromp, S. Bedford, S. Hawkins, L. Bouffandeau, J. Ilgner, M. Lucas, S. Marzo, R. Hamilton, W. Ambrose, D. Bulbeck, S. Luu, R. Shing, C. Gosden, G. Summerhayes and M. Spriggs. 2022. Fossils, fish and tropical forests: Prehistoric human adaptations on the island frontiers of Oceania. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 377: 20200495. 

Shaw, B., Hawkins, S., Becerra-Valdivia, L., et al. 2022. Frontier Lapita interaction with resident Papuan populations set the stage for initial peopling of the Pacific. Nature Ecology & Evolution.

Souilmi, Y., Tobler, R., Johar, A., Teixeria, J., et al. 2022. Admixture has obscured signals of historical hard sweeps in humans. Nat Ecol Evol.

Sterelny, K. 2022. Ethnography, Archaeology and The Late Pleistocene. Philosophy of Science, 1-39. 

Other works

O’Shannessy. C. 2022. Ketyeye akweke angkentye akaltye-irreme | Kurdu-kurdu kuja kalu yimi pina-jarrimi  Little Kids Learning Languages app.

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