Book Chapters

2015Moving through space and (not?) time: North Australian dreamtime narratives,” Narratives from the South Pacific: Sociocultural explorations, ed. by F. Gounder. Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company, 15-35

2014Mapping the Language: How a dying language loses its place in the world”, Endangered Words, Signs of Revival, ed. by G. Zuckermann, J. Miller, and J. Morley, Adelaide: Australex, 1-18

2012Path Salience in Motion Descriptions in Jaminjung”, Space and Time in Languages and Cultures I: Linguistic Diversity, ed. By L. Filipovic & K.M. Jaszczolt. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 459-480

Conference Proceedings

2016Mapping Worlds: Frames of Reference in MalakMalak”, Proceedings of the thirty-ninth Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistic Society, ed. by Matthew Faytak, Kelsey Neely, Matthew Goss, Erin Donelly, Nicholas Baier, Jevon Heath, John Merrill, The University of California, Berkeley. 380-395

2016Multi-verb constructions in two languages of Northern Australia“, LSA Annual Meeting Extended Abstracts, Vol. 7: Washington, DC

2015Serialization of complex predicates in MalakMalak“, LSA Annual Meeting Extended Abstracts, Vol. 6: Portland, OR

2011The many ways of falling down a cliff: Culture- and Language-specific ways of expressing path in Jaminjung and Kriol”, Paper presented at Language Documentation and Linguistic Theory 3, School of Oriental and African Studies: University of London, 151-160

2009 “Orientation or Location? A Case-Study of Jaminjung and Kriol”, Paper presented at Language Documentation and Linguistic Theory 2, School of Oriental and African Studies: University of London, 133-143

Edited volumes

2013 Hoffmann, D.; and M. Ramsammy eds. Proceedings to the 18th International Postgraduate Linguistics Conference, Manchester: The University of Manchester

2012 van Hattum, M.; Morris, J.; and D. Hoffmann eds. Proceedings to the 19th International Postgraduate Linguistics Conference, Salford, UK: Salford Working Papers

Digital Archives

2015 (compiled between 2012 and 2015): “Documenting MalakMalak, an endangered language of Northern Australia”. London: Endangered Languages Archive (ELAR), University of London. 136 resource bundles. Media: audio, video, text, image.

2012 (compiled 2010): “Jaminjungan and Eastern Ngumpin“. The Language Archive. Nijmegen: Dokumentation bedrohter Sprachen (DoBeS). Max Plank Institut. 69 resource bundles. Media: audio, video, text.

Submitted Manuscripts

Usage Patterns of Spatial Frames of Reference and Orientation: Evidence from three Australian languages”

Manuscripts in preparation

“Lexicalization patterns revisited: Jaminjung and Kriol”

“Forever ‘now’: Dreamtime stories of Northern Australia”

“Nominal Classifiers and Discourse Markers: A View from Australia”

“Frames of Reference Systems across Australia: Or what does ‘east’ really mean?”

“Serialization in Complex Predicates in MalakMalak”

“Complex Predicates in the Daly River Languages: Nexus and Serialization”

“A Sketch Grammar of MalakMalak”

Other Publications

2014 Lindsay, B.Y.; Pirak, R.; Mijat, F. and D. Hoffmann ed. MalakMalak-English Dictionary: A Draft. Chicago: self-published

2013 Lindsay, B.Y.; Pirak, R.; Mijat, F.; et al., D. Hoffmann ed. Kumugut: The Story of the Blue-Tongue Lizard, Darwin: self-published (available upon request)

2013 Lindsay, B.Y.; Pirak, R.; Mijat, F.; et al., D. Hoffmann ed. MalakMalak Body Parts Poster, Batchelor: Batchelor Press

2013 Lindsay, B.Y.; Pirak, R.; Mijat, F.; et al., D. Hoffmann ed. MalakMalak: Face Parts Poster, Batchelor: Batchelor Press

2013 Lindsay, B.Y.; Pirak, R.; Mijat, F.; et al., D. Hoffmann ed. MalakMalak: Life cycle of a Butterfly, Batchelor: Batchelor Press

2012 Descriptions of Motion and Travel in Jaminjung and Kriol, School of Languages, Linguistics and Cultures, Manchester: University of Manchester

2007 Language Contact in Australia, Fachbereich Englische Sprachwissenschaft, Konstanz: Universität Konstanz

Book Reviews

(submitted) “From Space to Time: A Cognitive Analysis of the Cora Locative System and Its Temporal Extensions”, Casad, E. H., 2013, Linguistic Anthropology

2014  “LanguageTypology and Historical Contingency: In honor of Johanna Nichols”, B. Bickel, L. A. Grenoble, D. A. Peterson and A. Timberlake eds., 2013, LinguistList 25.5023

2014  “The Oxford Handbook of LinguisticTypology”, Song, J.J. ed.,2013, LinguistList, 25.863

2013  “Creoles, their substrates, and language typology”, Lefebvre, C. ed., 2011, Language in Society 42:3: 352-353

2013  Multilingualism: Understanding linguistic diversity”, Edwards, J., 2012, Language in Society 42:4: 473-474

2012  “Interpreting Motion: Grounded Representations for Spatial Language”, Mani, I., and J. Pustejovsky, 2012, LinguistList, 23.3587

Linguistic Blog Posts

2016Telling stories of the Dreamtime: Spoiler – no dreams or time involved“. On Narrative Structure in Australian Dreamtime Narratives. Running from Buffalo

2016 “‘Where is Doro?’ The answer is not as easy as you might think”. On Frames of Reference in Australia. Running from Buffalo 

2013 “Running continuously in one spot”. On motion verbs and fieldwork. Running from Buffalo

2013 “The beginning of a journey”. On fieldwork. Running from Buffalo

Public Outreach

2014 NSF Press release video of MalakMalak fieldwork.

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