restricted access   Volume 46, Number 1, June 2007

Table of Contents

From: Oceanic Linguistics

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Òma Lóngh Historical Phonology

pp. 1-53

An Unusual Passive in Western Oceanic: The Case of Vitu

pp. 54-70

Three-participant Events in Oceanic Languages

pp. 71-127

On Ergativity and Accusativity in Proto-Polynesian and Proto-Central Pacific

pp. 128-153

A Long Lost Sister of Proto-Austronesian?: Proto-Ongan, Mother of Jarawa and Onge of the Andaman Islands

pp. 154-198

Heads in Oceanic Indirect Possession

pp. 199-209

Is Kazukuru Really Non-Austronesian?

pp. 210-231

Another Look at the Marking of Plural Personal Noun Constructions in Austronesian Languages

pp. 232-252

Papuan Malay Pronominals: Forms And Functions

pp. 253-276

Missing Complement Clause Subjects in Malagasy

pp. 277-303

Book Reviews

Pocket Hawaiian grammar: A reference grammar in dictionary form (review)

pp. 304-306

Balinese morphosyntax: A lexical-functional approach (review)

pp. 306-313

Papuan pasts: Cultural, linguistic and biological histories of Papuan-speaking peoples (review)

pp. 313-321

La Sémantique du prédicat en Mwotlap (Vanuatu) (review)

pp. 321-323