Island Melanesia Project
The Island Melanesia project was initiated to collect data on the little-known Papuan languages of Island Melanesia, and to explore the origins of and relationships between these languages. The project materials from the 2003 field season focus on language related to cultural domains (e.g., material culture) and on targeted grammatical description. Five tasks are included: Proto-Oceanic lexicon, Grammatical questionnaire and lexicon, Kinship questionnaire, Domains of likely pre-Austronesian terminology, and Botanical collection questionnaire.
- Field Manual entry
- Island Melanesia Elicitation Materials (1 MB)
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- Dunn, Michael, Stephen C. Levinson, Eva Lindström, Ger Reesink, Angela Terrill. 2003. Island Melanesia Elicitation Materials. Nijmegen: Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics.
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