• Marett, A. (2005). Songs, dreamings and ghosts: the wangga of North Australia. Middletown, CT: Wesleyan University Press.

Journal articles

  • Barwick, L. (2004). Turning it all upside down . . . Imagining a distributed digital audiovisual archive. Literary and Linguistic Computing, 19(3), 253-263.

  • Barwick, L. (2005). Networking digital data on endangered languages of the Asia Pacific region. International Journal of Indigenous Research, 1(1), 11-16.

  • Barwick, L. (2006). Marri Ngarr Lirrga songs: a musicological analysis of song pairs in performance. Musicology Australia, 28, 1-25.

  • Barwick, Linda, Marett, Allan, Walsh, Michael, Reid, Nicholas and Ford, Lysbeth (2005). Communities of interest: issues in establishing a digital resource on Murrinh-patha song at Wadeye (Port Keats), NT. Literary and Linguistic Computing 20, 383-397.

  • Ford, Lysbeth (2006). Marri Ngarr Lirrga Songs: a linguistic analysis. Musicology Australia 28: 26-58.

  • Ford, Lysbeth and McCormack, Dominic (2006). The Murrinh-patha legal glossary: translating legal concepts. ESP across Cultures 2, in press.

  • Walsh, Michael. (2007). Australian Aboriginal song language - so many questions, so little to work with. Australian Aboriginal Studies, (Special Issue edited by Allan Marett and Linda Barwick). 2007/2: 128-144.

Book chapters

  • Barwick, L., Marett, A., Blythe, J. & Walsh, M (2007). Arriving, digging, performing, returning: an exercise in rich interpretation of a djanba song text in the sound archive of the Wadeye Knowledge Centre, Northern Territory of Australia. In R. M. Moyle (Ed.), Oceanic Encounters: Festschrift for Mervyn McLean. . Auckland: Research in Anthropology and Linguistics Monographs.

  • Barwick, L., & Thieberger, N. (2006). Cybraries in paradise: new technologies and ethnographic repositories. In C. Kapitzke & B. C. Bruce (Eds.), Libr@ries: Changing information space and practice (pp. 133-149). Mahwah, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum.

  • Barwick, L. (2005 (published 2006)). A musicologist’s wishlist: some issues, practices and practicalities in musical aspects of language documentation. In P. K. Austin (Ed.), Language documentation and description, volume 3 (pp. 53-62). London: Hans Rausing Endangered Languages Project.

  • Blythe, J. (in press). From ethical datives to number markers in Murriny Patha. In Hendery, R. & Hendriks, J. (Eds.), Grammatical Change: Theory and Description. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics. Pre-publication version [pdf]

  • Reid, Nicholas and Green, Ian (2005). Murrinh-Patha and the Daly Languages. In Philipp Strazny (ed.), Encyclopedia of Linguistics 717-720. New York: Fitzroy Dearbourn.

  • Marett, A., Yunupiŋu, M., Gumbula, N., Langton, M., Corn, A., Barwick, L., et al. (in press). The National Recording Project for Indigenous Performance in Australia: year one in review. In Proceedings of the National Education and the Arts Symposium 2005: backing our creativity, Melbourne. Sydney: Australia Council for the Arts.

Conference papers

  • Barwick, L. (2004, 13 May). Digital collections and community users: some examples from PARADISEC and indigenous cultural centres in northern Australia. Paper presented at the Australasian Sound Recordings Association Annual Conference, Canberra.

  • Barwick, L. (2004, 9 August). New collaborations in the e-humanities: endangered languages and music archives into the 21st century. Paper presented at the Grangenet Research Showcase, Canberra.

  • Barwick, L. (2004, 16 July). Using audio in musicological research: the power of the timecode. Paper presented at the Symposium of the International Musicological Society, Melbourne, Australia.

  • Barwick, L. (2004, 7 July 2004). Digital time-based media in research: current issues and projects. Paper presented at the Computing Arts Conference 2004 Workshop "Using digital audio for research", Newcastle, NSW.

  • Barwick, L., & Marett, A. (2004, 28 September 2004). Establishing a digital resource on Murrinh-patha song at Wadeye (Port Keats, NT). Paper presented at the Endangered Languages Programme Seminar, SOAS, London.

  • Barwick, L., Marett, A., & Walsh, M. (2004, 8 July 2004). Communities of interest: establishing a digital resource on Murrinh-patha song in Wadeye (Port Keats). Paper presented at the Computing Arts 2004, Newcastle, NSW.

  • Barwick, Linda (2005, 17 March). Divide and concord: designing digital repositories in relation to cultural heritage communities. Paper presented at the Technocultures of Knowledge Series, Centre for Cross-Cultural Research, Canberra.

  • Barwick, Linda (2005, 7 August). Report on Western Arnhem Land and Wadeye projects: existing and planned projects for establishing community archives of performance documentation. Paper presented at the Garma Symposium on Indigenous Performance, Garma Festival, Gulkula, via Gove, NT.

  • Barwick, L. (2005, 21 November). Managing rights in relation to sustainability. Paper presented at the Third Annual Meeting of the Digital Endangered Languages and Musics Archives Network "Managing access and intellectual property rights" University of Texas at Austin.

  • Barwick, Linda, Marett, Allan and Blythe, Joe (2006, 18 March). Reduplication in Murriny Patha djanba song texts in relation to musical patterning. Paper presented at Blackwood-by-the-Beach, Pearl Beach, NSW.

  • Blythe, Joe (2005, 3 June). Referential Tracking and Disambiguation in Murrinh-Patha. Departmental Seminar, Department of Linguistics, University of Sydney, NSW.

  • Blythe, Joe (2006, 18 March). From Malefactives to Number Markers in Murriny Patha. Paper presented at Blackwood-by-the-Beach, Pearl Beach, NSW.

  • Blythe, Joe (2006, 12 May). Repair as an aid to tracking referents in Murrinh-Patha conversation. Second International Conference on Conversation Analysis University of Helsinki, Finland.

  • Blythe, J. (2006, 7 July). Referential repair and co-construction in Murriny Patha conversational narratives. Paper presented at the 2006 Conference of the Australian Linguistic Society, University of Queensland.

  • Blythe, J. (2006, 9 July). From Ethic Datives to Number Markers in Murriny Patha. Paper presented at the Australian Linguistics Society Workshop on 'Grammatical change: theory and description', Brisbane.

  • Blythe, J., & Walsh, M. (2006, 4 April). Murriny Patha song language and its relation to the "everyday" language. Paper presented at the Third Oxford-Kobe Linguistics Seminar, 'The Linguistics of Endangered Languages', Kobe, Japan.

  • Ford, Lysbeth (2005, 1-4 July). The Murrinh-patha Legal Glossary: a Bridge between Laws. Paper presented at 7th Biennial Conference on Forensic Linguistics/Language and Law, Cardiff University, UK.

  • Ford, Lysbeth (2005, 5-9 July). The Murrinh-patha Legal Glossary: a Bridge between Laws. Paper presented at the International Colloquium: Clarity and Obscurity in Legal Language, Université du Littoral, Côte d’Opale, Boulogne-sur-mer.

  • Walsh, Michael and Blythe, Joe (2006, 4 April). Murriny Patha song language and its relation to the ‘everyday’ language. Third Oxford-Kobe Linguistics Seminar: The Linguistics of Endangered Languages, Poster presented at St. Catherine's College (University of Oxford) Kobe Institute, Japan.