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Ruth Singer
Ruth Singer
ARC Future Fellow, Linguistics Program, School of Languages and Linguistics, University of Melbourne
Verified email at unimelb.edu.au
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Explaining the linguistic diversity of Sahul using population models
G Reesink, R Singer, M Dunn
PLoS biology 7 (11), e1000241, 2009
1192009
What practices and ideologies support small-scale multilingualism? A case study of Warruwi Community, northern Australia
R Singer, S Harris
International Journal of the Sociology of Language 2016 (241), 163-208, 2016
862016
The impact of national standardized literacy and numeracy testing on children and teaching staff in remote Australian Indigenous communities
S Macqueen, U Knoch, G Wigglesworth, R Nordlinger, R Singer, ...
Language Testing 36 (2), 265-287, 2019
822019
The inclusory construction in Australian languages
R Singer
Melbourne Papers in Linguistics and Applied Linguistics 1 (2), 81-96, 2001
722001
Agreement in Mawng: Productive and lexicalised uses of agreement in an Australian language
RJ Singer
University of Melbourne, School of languages and linguistics, 2006
682006
Indigenous multilingualisms past and present
J Vaughan, R Singer
Language & Communication 62, 83-90, 2018
502018
Getting in Touch: Language and Digital Inclusion in Australian Indigenous Communities
M Carew, J Green, I Kral, R Nordlinger, R Singer
University of Hawaii Press, 2015
502015
A small speech community with many small languages: The role of receptive multilingualism in supporting linguistic diversity at Warruwi Community (Australia)
R Singer
Language & Communication 62, 102-118, 2018
482018
Grambank reveals the importance of genealogical constraints on linguistic diversity and highlights the impact of language loss
H Skirgård, HJ Haynie, DE Blasi, H Hammarström, J Collins, JJ Latarche, ...
Science Advances 9 (16), eadg6175, 2023
382023
The Dynamics of Nominal Classification: Productive and Lexicalised Uses of Gender Agreement in Mawng
R Singer
Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG, 2016
362016
CHIELD: the causal hypotheses in evolutionary linguistics database
SG Roberts, A Killin, A Deb, C Sheard, SJ Greenhill, K Sinnemäki, ...
Journal of language evolution 5 (2), 101-120, 2020
322020
The regeneration ecology of Kunzea ericoides (A. Rich.) J. Thompson at Coranderrk Reserve, Healesville
RJ SINGER, MA BURGMAN
Australian Journal of Ecology 24 (1), 18-24, 1999
231999
Creativity in the use of gender agreement in Mawng How the discourse functions of a gender system can approach those of a classifier system
R Singer
Studies in Language 34 (2), 382-416, 2010
172010
Semantics of Australian Aboriginal languages
ARS Gaby
The languages and linguistics of Australia: a comprehensive guide, 295-328, 2014
152014
Accentual prominence and consonant lengthening and strengthening in Mawng
J Fletcher, H Stoakes, D Loakes, R Singer
The Scottish Consortium for ICPhS, 2015
132015
Indigenous multilingualisms
R Singer, J Vaughan
Language and Communication 62 (B), 83-196, 2018
112018
Typologising idiomaticity: Noun-verb idioms and their relations
R Singer
Linguistic Typology 15 (3), 625-659, 2011
112011
The wrong t‐shirt: configurations of language and identity at Warruwi Community
R Singer
The Australian Journal of Anthropology 29 (1), 70-88, 2018
92018
Do nominal classifiers mediate selectional restrictions? An investigation of the function of semantically based nominal classifiers in Mawng (Iwaidjan, Australian)
R Singer
92012
Strategies for encoding reciprocity in Mawng
R Singer
Reciprocals and Semantic Typology 98, 233, 2011
92011
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