Andrew Pawley 2005

Andrew Pawley. 2005. The Chequered Career of the Trans New Guinea Hypothesis: Recent Research and its Implications. In Pawley, Andrew and Robert Attenborough and Golson, Jack and Hide, Robin (eds.), Papuan Pasts: Studies in the Cultural, Linguistic and Biological History of the Papuan-speaking Peoples, 67-108. Canberra: Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University.

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