Books written or edited by NZ linguists


This bibliography contains books (excluding applied linguistics) authored or edited by linguists based in New Zealand (1990-). The bibliography is maintained by Paul Warren, Victoria University of Wellington. Comments to:

Last updated Nov 2011

Bardsley, Dianne. (ed.) 2005. The New Zealand Mini Thesaurus. Auckland: Oxford University Press.
Bardsley, Dianne. (ed.) 2005. The Oxford New Zealand School Thesaurus.Auckland: Oxford University Press.
Bardsley, Dianne. (ed.) 2006. The New Zealand School Dictionary, (4th edition). Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
Bardsley, Dianne. (ed.) 2009. The New Zealand Oxford Primary School Dictionary, (4th edition). Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
Barnard, Roger and Ray Harlow (eds.) 2001. Proceedings of the Conference 'Bilingualism at the Ends of the Earth', University of Waikato, November 2000. Hamilton: Dept of General and Applied Linguistics, University of Waikato.
Bauer, Laurie. 1994. Watching English change. London and New York: Longman.
Bauer, Laurie. 1998. Vocabulary. London and New York: Routledge.
Bauer, Laurie. 2001. Morphological Productivity. [Cambridge Studies in Linguistics 95] Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Bauer, Laurie. 2003. Introducing Linguistics Morphology. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
Bauer, Laurie. 2004. A Glossary of Morphology. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
Bauer, Laurie. 2007. The linguistics student’s handbook. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
Bauer, Laurie and Christine Franzen. (eds.) 1993. Of pavlova, poetry and paradigms. Essays in honour of Harry Orsman. Wellington: Victoria University Press.
Bauer, Laurie, Janet Holmes and Paul Warren. 2006. Language Matters. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
Bauer, Laurie and Peter Trudgill. (eds) 2003.  Language Myths. Tokyo: Kenkyusha.
Bauer, Winifred, with William Parker and Te Kareongawai Evans. 1993. Maori. London and New York: Routledge.
Bauer, Winifred with William Parker, Te Kareongawai Evans and Te Aroha Noti Teepa. 1997. The Reed reference grammar of Maori. Auckland: Reed.
Bauer, Laurie and Peter Trudgill (eds.) 1998. Language myths. Harmondsworth: Penguin.
Bayard, Donn. 1995. Kiwitalk: sociolinguistics and New Zealand society. Palmerston North: Dunmore Press.
Bell, Allan, 1991.The language of news media. Oxford: Basil Blackwell.
Bell, Allan and Peter Garrett (eds.) 1998. Approaches to media discourse. Oxford: Blackwell Publishers.
Bell, Allan, Ray Harlow and Donna Starks (eds) 2005. Languages of New Zealand. Wellington: Victoria University Press,
Bell, Allan and Koenraad Kuiper. (eds.) 2000. New Zealand English. Wellington: VUW Press and Amsterdam: Benjamins.
Biggs, Bruce. 1998. Let's learn Maori . New edition. Auckland: Auckland University Press.
Bod, Rens, Jennifer Hay and Stefanie Jannedy. 2003. (eds), Probabilistic linguistics. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Brown, Claudia and Terry Crowley. 1990. Kindabuk. Vila: University of the South Pacific.
Brugman, Claudia. 1995. Communication and context: A guide to issues in the interactional and transactional uses of language. Dunedin: University of Otago Press.
Campbell, Lyle. 1997. American Indian languages: The historical linguistics of Native America. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Campbell, Lyle. 1998. Historical linguistics. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
Carstairs-McCarthy, Andrew. 1992. Current morphology. London: Routledge.
Carstairs-McCarthy, Andrew. 1999. The origins of complex language: An inquiry into the evolutionary beginnings of sentences, syllables and truth. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Carstairs-McCarthy, Andrew. 2002. An Introduction to English Morphology. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
Clark, Ross. 1998. A Dictionary of the Mele language (Atara Imere), Vanuatu. Pacific Linguistics Series C-149. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.
Crowley, Terry. 1990a. Beach-la-Mar to Bislama: The emergence of a national language in Vanuatu. Oxford Studies in Language Contact. Oxford: Clarendon Press.
Crowley, Terry. 1990b. An illustrated Bislama-English and English-Bislama dictionary. Vila: Pacific Languages Unit and Vanuatu Extension Centre, University of the South Pacific
Crowley, Terry. 1992a. A dictionary of Paamese. Pacific Linguistics, Series C, Number 121. Canberra.
Crowley, Terry. 1992b. An introduction to historical linguistics. Second edition. Auckland: Oxford University Press.
Crowley, Terry. 1997. An introduction to historical linguistics. Third edition. Auckland: Oxford University Press.
Crowley, Terry. 1998a. An Erromangan (Sye) grammar. Oceanic Linguistics Special Publications No.26. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press.
Crowley, Terry. 1998b. Ura. Languages of the World/Materials 240. München:Lincom Europa.
Crowley, Terry. 1998c. Navyan ovoteme Nelocompne ire ("The voice of Erromangans today"). Hamilton: Department of General and Applied Linguistics (University of Waikato).
Crowley, Terry. 1999. Ura: A disappearing language of southern Vanuatu. Pacific Linguistics, Series C, No. 156. Canberra: The Australian National University.
Crowley, Terry. 2000. An Erromangan (Sye) dictionary. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.
Crowley, Terry. 2003. Serial Verbs in Oceanic: A descriptive typology. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Crowley, Terry. 2003. A New Bislama Dictionary (2nd edition). Suva: Institute of Pacific Studies (University of the South Pacific).
Crowley, Terry. 2004. Bislama Reference Grammar. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press.
Crowley, Terry, John Lynch, Jeff Siegel, and Julie Piau. 1995. The design of language: An introduction to descriptive linguistics . Auckland: Longman Paul.
Cuyckens, Hubert, René Dirven and John Taylor. (eds.) 2003. Cognitive approaches to lexical semantics. Berlin & New York: Mouton de Gruyter.
Deverson, Tony (ed.) 2005. The New Zealand Pocket Oxford Dictionary (3rd edition). Auckland: Oxford University Press.
Deverson, Tony. (ed.) 2006. The New Zealand Mini Dictionary (2nd edition). Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
Deverson, Tony. (ed.) 2006. The New Zealand Oxford Paperback Dictionary (2nd edition). Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
Deverson, Tony and Kennedy, Graeme (eds.) 2004. The New Zealand Oxford Dictionary. Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
Foster-Cohen, Susan. 2009. Advances in Language Acquisition. Houndmills: Palgrave MacMillan.
Gordon, Elizabeth and Tony Deverson. 1998. New Zealand English and English in New Zealand. Auckland: New House.
Gordon, Elizabeth, Lyle Campbell, Jennifer Hay, Margaret Maclagan , Andrea Sudbury and Peter Trudgill. 2004. New Zealand English: Its Origins and Evolution. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
Harlow, Ray. 1990. A name and word index to Nga Mahi a nga Tupuna. Dunedin: University of Otago Press.
Harlow, Ray. 1994. Otago’s first book. Dunedin: Otago Heritage Books.
Harlow, Ray. 1996. Maori. Languages of the World/Materials 20. Munich and Newcastle: Lincom Europa.
Harlow, Ray. 2001. A Maori Reference Grammar. Auckland: Pearson Education.
Harlow, Ray (ed.) 1991. VICAL2. Western Austronesian and contact languages: papers from the Fifth International Conference on Austronesian Linguistics. Linguistic Society of New Zealand.
Harlow, Ray 2007. Maori: a linguistic introduction. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Harris, Alice C. and Lyle Campbell. 1995. Historical syntax in cross-linguistic perspective. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Hay, Jennifer. 2003. Causes and consequences of word structure. Routledge: New York and London.
Hay, Jennifer, Margaret Maclagan, Elizabeth Gordon. 2008. New Zealand English. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
Holmes, Janet 1995. Women, men and politeness. London: Longman.
Holmes, Janet. (ed.) 1998. Proceedings of the Sixth New Zealand Language and Society Conference.Te Reo 41.
Holmes, Janet. (ed.) 1999. Language in Society. Special Issue. Communities of Practice in Language and Gender Research. Language and Society 28, 2: 171-320.
Holmes, Janet. 2000. (ed.) Gendered speech in social context: Perspectives from gown and town. Wellington: Victoria University Press.
Holmes, Janet. 2001. [First ed. 1992] An introduction to sociolinguistics. London: Longman.
Holmes, Janet. 2006. Gendered Talk at Work: Constructing Gender Identity through Workplace Discourse. Oxford: Blackwell.
Holmes, Janet and Allan Bell (eds.) 1990. New Zealand ways of speaking English. Clevedon, Avon: Multilingual Matters.
Holmes, Janet, Allan Bell, and Mary Boyce. 1991. Variation and change in New Zealand English: A social dialect investigation. Project Report to the Social Sciences Committee of the Foundation for Research, Science and Technology. Wellington, Victoria University.
Holmes, Janet and Ray Harlow (eds.) 1991. Threads in the New Zealand Tapestry of Language. Te Reo Special Publication. Auckland: Linguistic Society of New Zealand.
Holmes, Janet and Maria Stubbe. 2003. Power and Politeness in the Workplace. Harlow: Pearson Longman.
Holmes, Janet and Miriam Meyerhoff. (eds.) 2003.The Handbook of Language and Gender. Oxford: Blackwell.
Hooper, Robin. 1995. Tokelauan. Munich: Lincom Europa.
Kaulima, Aiao and Clive H. Beaumont. 2000. Learning Niuean Book 2 - Tohi ako vagahau Niue. Auckland. Available from C. Beaumont, 8 Starling Place, Ranui,Auckland 1008.
Kaulima, Aiao and Clive H. Beaumont. 2000. A first book for learning Niuean. Revised edition. Auckland. Available from C. Beaumont, 8 Starling Place, Ranui,Auckland 1008.
Kearns, Kate. 2000. Semantics. Basingstoke, Hampshire: Macmillan and New York: St. Martins Press.
Kennedy, Graeme D. 1998. An Introduction to corpus linguistics. London: Longman.
Kennedy, Graeme, Richard Arnold, Pat Dugdale and David Moskovitz. 1997. A Dictionary of New Zealand sign language. Auckland: Auckland University Press with Bridget Williams Books.
Kennedy, Graeme. 2003. Structure and Meaning in English:  A Guide for Teachers. London: Pearson Education.
Kuiper, Koenraad. 1996. Smooth talkers. Mahwah, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
Kuiper, Koenraad and W. Scott Allan. 2004. An Introduction to English Language: Word, Sound, and Sentence. (2nd edition). Houndsmill, Hampshire: Macmillan Palgrave. The Netherlands: Kluwer.
Kuiper, Koenraad, Heather McCann, Therese Aitchison, and Kees van der Veer.  2003. SAID: A syntactically annotated idiom database. Philadelphia: Linguistics Data Consortium, University of Pennsylvania.
Li, FuYin and Koenraad Kuiper (eds.) 1999. Semantics: A course book. Shanghai: Shanghai Foreign Languages Education Press.
Lynch, John and Terry Crowley. 2001. Languages of Vanuatu: A New Survey and Bibliography. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.
Lynch, John, Malcolm Ross and Terry Crowley. 2001. The Oceanic Languages. London: Curzon Press.
Macalister, John. (ed.) 2005. A Dictionary of Maori Words in New Zealand English. Auckland: Oxford University Press.
Marsen, Sky. 2006. Communication Studies. Basingstoke: Palgrave.
Marsen, Sky. 2006. Narrative Dimensions of Philosophy: A Semiotic Exploration in the Work of Merleau-Ponty, Kierkegaard and Austin. London: Palgrave.
Marsen, Sky. 2007 (2nd ed.). Professional writing: The complete guide for business, industry and IT. Houndmills: Palgrave.
Napier, Jemina, Rachel McKee and Della Goswell. 2006. Sign Language Interpreting: Theory and Practice in Australia and New Zealand. Sydney: Federation Press.
Newman, John. 1996. Give: A cognitive linguistic study. [Cognitive Linguistics Research 7]. Berlin and New York: Mouton de Gruyter.
Newman, John. 1997. Coursebook in Feature Geometry. [Lincom Coursebooks in Linguistics 2]. München and Newcastle: Lincom.
Newman, John. (ed.) 1998. The Linguistics of Giving. [Typological Studies in Language 36]. Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
Newman, John and Anand V. Raman. 1999. Chinese historical phonology: A compendium of Beijing and Cantonese pronunciations of characters and their derivations from Middle Chinese. [Lincom Studies in Asian Linguistics 27]. München and Newcastle: Lincom Europa.
Ono, Kiyoharu. 1992. A study of syntactic and discourse phenomena in Japanese. Sydney: Eramboo Press.
Pearce, Elizabeth. 1990. Parameters in Old French syntax: Infinitival complements. [Studies in Natural Language and Linguistic Theory 18]. Dordrecht: Kluwer.
Petterson, Robert. 1999. Rumu--English--Hiri-Motu dictionary. Occasional Paper No.6. Palmerston North, New Zealand: International Pacific College.
Quinn, Heidi. 2005. The distribution of pronoun case forms in English. (Linguistik Aktuell/Linguistics Today, 82) Amsterdam & Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
Siewierska, Anna and Jae Jung Song (eds). 1998. Case, typology and grammar: In honor of Barry J. Blake. [Typological Studies in Language 38]. Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
Song, Jae Jung. 1996. Causatives and causation: A universal-typological perspective. London and New York: Addison Wesley Longman.
Song, Jae Jung. 2001. Linguistic typology: Morphology and syntax. Harlow and London: Pearson Education.
Song, Jae Jung. 2001. Toward a Typology of Causative Constructions. [Languages of the World No. 23] München: Lincom Europa.
Song, Jae Jung. 2005. The Korean Language: Structure, Use and Context. Routledge: London.
Song, Jae Jung. (ed.) 2006 . Frontiers of Korean Language Acquisition. London: Saffron Books.
Taylor, John R. 1996 . Possessives in English: An exploration in Cognitive Grammar. Oxford: Clarendon.
Taylor, John R. 2003 . Linguistic categorization: Prototypes in linguistic theory. 3rd edition. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Taylor, John R. and R. E. MacLaury (eds.) 1995. Language and the cognitive construal of the world. Berlin and New York: Mouton de Gruyter.
Vine, Bernadette. 2004. Getting Things Done at Work. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
Warren, Paul. (ed.) 1996. Prosody and Parsing. Hove, UK: Psychology Press.
White, Cynthia. 2003. Language Learning in Distance Education. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Wouk, Fay and Malcolm Ross (eds.). 2001. The Historical and Typological Development of Western Austronesian Voice Systems. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.