After the addenda and corrigenda to bibliography in Forty years on pp.1-18, Hale's works are listed here in chronological order in sections:
For online copies of Hale's writings, see 'Ken Hale papers' http://web.mit.edu/linguistics/halepapers/
For a list of publications generally, see 'Publications of Ken Hale: 1958-2000' compiled by Marilyn Goodrich, pp.459-470 in Ken Hale: a life in language (MIT Press, 2001)
|3||first item, correct volume to '11'|
Hale, Ken & Jay Keyser. 1998. The basic elements of argument structure, pp.73-118 in Papers from the UPenn/MIT Roundtable on Argument Structure and Aspect, ed. by Heidi Harley. Held at MIT in spring 1997. MIT Working Papers in Linguistics Volume 32. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Working Papers in Linguistics. * Warlpiri pp.87,92-94, Lardil pp.98-99
|7||add a 1960? item:
Newsome, Alan. n.d. List of native animals names obtained by Dr Ken Hale and A. Newsome 1959-1960 in Central Australia. [CSIRO] [ii]+17pp. mimeo. ts. Copy in miscellaneous linguistic papers, Tindale collection, South Australia Museum.
|13||delete '?' from 1959 at left margin (4 items)|
|13||add 1959 item:
Djinang. [vocabulary and sentence elicitation]
Yantyinang voc. found elsewhere in Aust., 1p.
|13||add 1959 item:
Waringarri. Clarry tyapalytyarr < Gordon Down. came here after War. 13pp. holograph. Recorded at Alice Springs(?). [cf Nyininy] AIATSIS MS 4114, Series 1, item 13
|14||additional details on Warnman:
Warnman(pa). Jacky Walker (in Don McLeod's group at Roebourne, Nomads Pty. Ltd.). April 2, 1960. 54pp. holograph.
|13||revised entry for Gudandji:
Gudandji (Kutanytyi, Goodanji) field notes. Duncan [Booth]. Vocabulary and elicitation. Anthony Lagoon. 63pp. * AIATSIS MS 1667 * Goodanji: consultant Tommy Duncan. Anthony's Lagoon. 3pp. / Recopied by Hale, "Some notes on Goodanji", pp. 58-85 [following Wambaya notes] * tape No. A4532
|14||add 1960 item:
Wirangu. [Mrs Harry Miller, Ceduna, 7 March 1960] 28pp. holograph held by GN O'Grady.
|14||add 1960 item:
Balardong (Parlartang). [Tommy Cowan and Tommy Kickett. York, 12 March 1960] 6pp. holograph held by GN O'Grady. * O’Grady field tape 2.1 deposited at AIATSIS.
|14||additional detail on Nyininy: Recorded at Alice Springs. (This is also a correction to Nash & O'Grady, Table 1, last entry.)|
|15-16||additional details on Warluwarra:
Tape I. 1. Lilly 2. Fred Age. 12pp. holograph, annotated by GN O'Grady.
|16||additional details on Kuku-yimityi(r).
Cooktown area. Michael Webb (now at Mareeba, Qld.) 19pp. holograph.
|16||additional details on Kaantju:
Ka:ntyu. 16pp. pencil holograph.
||Tjapukay. Change AIATSIS MS 734 to AIATSIS MS 543
|15||Wik Ngatharra ~ ?a:lkn. Joe Ma?pentinha (Mo's lang.) Sand Beach of Yu?ngk. Kerk R. Yarrabah Settlement. 14pp. holograph.|
|add MS: Wik-Mungknh wordlist (by domains) and grammatical data. 10 page handwritten copy by Barry Alpher, January 1967. Deposited at AIATSIS Library January 2004.|
|15||Wik Muminh. Billie (big name Ngakapuka) Holroyd R. area. 12pp. holograph.|
|16||additional details: Yitintyi [Yidiny]. 1+19pp. Tape 1. 33pp. Tape 2.|
|16||Kuku MuluRutyi. Johnnie Diamond from Mossman, now at Mona Mona Mission Qld. [Yarrabah.] 10pp. holograph. * tape held at MIT Archives|
|16||Kuku Tyunkay. [Yarrabah.] 13pp. holograph.|
|16||correct Thayorr entry, and move :
Thayorr. /ku:k-thayorri/. William. Edward R. 14+2pp. holograph.
|17||add to Kirramay: Mosley Dickman. * tapes Jirrpal 1-3 held at
|Some notes, draft papers, correspondence, sound recordings, and computer files, are held at MIT archives: Collection MC 523, Institute Archives and Special Collections, Building 14N-118, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.|
|'Miscellaneous Australian notes of Kenneth L.
Hale' at AIATSIS Library, MS 4114. Series
publications dissertations supervised works by others with Hale's work as a significant component manuscripts field notes sound recordings artefact collection miscellanea
published 1969 [Hale's Proto-Paman reconstructed stems.] Appendix II, pp.62-66 in Kunjen Phonology: synchronic and diachronic, by B.A. Sommer. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics B-11. * presumably drawn from 294 proto-Paman stems in O'Grady project's machine-readable data file WORDS.2, from cards punched at University of Hawaii 1967-8. 1970 O'Grady, Hale & Wurm 1966 map used as base map Map 1 'Grammar/Phonology', Map 2 'Vocabulary', and Map 3 'Text/tape', 11"x14", in WJ Oates & Lynette F Oates 1970 A Revised Linguistic Survey of Australia. (AIAS). 1980 Busby, P.A. 1980. The distribution of phonemes in Australian Aboriginal languages. Pacific LinguisticsA-60,73-139. * published version of Part I of Busby 1979, q.v. 1981 Menning, Kathy, and David Nash. 1981. Sourcebook for Central Australian Languages. Alice Springs: Institute for Aboriginal Development. * incorporates vocabulary from Hale's field notes, for Nyininy, Warlpiri, Warlmanpa, Warumungu, etc 1981-84 Boretzky, N[orbert]. 1981. Das indogermanische Sprachwandelmodell und Wandel in exotischen Sprachen. KZ 95,49-80. * [English version:] Boretzky, N. 1984. The Indo-Europeanist model of sound change and genetic affinity, and its application to exotic languages. Diachronica 1,1-50. * Using data from K. Hale's unpublished "Arandic Word List", claims that Australian languages do not manifest regular sound correspondences as the Indo-European languages do. * cf. Schweiger, F. Anmerkungen zu Boretzkys Aufsatz 'Das indogermanistisches Sprachmodell und Wandel in exotischen Sprachen. FoLH 5,397-400. 1982 Wafer, J. 1982. Kaytetye Picture Vocabulary. Revised edition. 108pp. Alice Springs: Institute for Aboriginal Development. * From a word list compiled by K. Hale, transcribed into practical orthography by H. Koch; first published in 1980 1982 Wafer, J. 1982. Warumungu Picture Vocabulary. illus. by J. Carter. 123pp. Alice Springs: Institute for Aboriginal Development. * From unpublished field notes by P. Chakravarti, K. Hale, J. Heath, D. Nash and J. Simpson; orthography developed by J. Simpson; first published in 1980 1986 Warlpiri Lexicography Group. 1986. Warlpiri—English dictionary : flora section: Yirdikari-Yirdikari Warlpiri—Yingkiliji : Watiyapinkikirli. Lexicon Project Working Paper No. 4. 95pp. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Center for Cognitive Science. 1986 Warlpiri Lexicography Group. 1986. Warlpiri—English dictionary : manufacture section: Yirdikari-Yirdikari Warlpiri—Yingkiliji : Jurnarrpapinkikirli. Lexicon Project Working Paper No. 5. [iii]+38pp. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Center for Cognitive Science. 1986 Laughren, Mary and Ken Hale. 1986. Warlpiri—English dictionary : body-part section. Lexicon Project Working Paper No. 6. xxiv+135pp. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Center for Cognitive Science. 1992 Evans, Nicholas. 1992. Kayardild dictionary and thesaurus: a vocabulary of the language of the Bentinck Islanders, north-west Queensland. With illustrations by Penny Johnson and Marbuk Kohler, and incorporating Yangkaal materials recorded by Ken Hale. Melbourne: Department of Linguistics and Language Studies, University of Melbourne. 1995 Evans, Nicholas. 1995. A grammar of Kayardild: with historical-comparative notes on Tangkic. Berlin, New York: Mouton de Gruyter. * as for Evans 1992, incorporates Hale’s Yangkaal data 1996 Laughren, Mary & Robert Hoogenraad. 1996. A Learner's Guide to Warlpiri. Tape Course for beginners. Wangkamirlipa Warlpirilki. Based on a tape course prepared by Kenneth Hale & Robin Japanangka Granites. Alice Springs: IAD Press. v+218pp., 5 audio cassettes. ISBN 094965919 1997 Ngakulmungan Kangka Leman and K.L. Hale. 1997. Lardil dictionary : a vocabulary of the language of the Lardil people, Mornington Island, Gulf of Carpentaria, Queensland: with English-Lardil finder list. Gununa, Qld, Mornington Shire Council.
1976 Klokeid, Terry J. Topics in Lardil Grammar. September 1976. 530pp. 1980 Nash, David. Topics in Warlpiri Grammar. May 1980. 1983 Simpson, Jane. Aspects of Warlpiri Morphology and Syntax, April 1983. 533pp. 1997 Pensalfini, Robert. Jingulu Grammar, Dictionary, and Texts. June 1997.
Title: <Australia, Aboriginal languages, 1958-1960> <sound recording>
/ collected by Kenneth Hale.
Description: 69 sound tape reels : analog ; 7 in. + transcriptions and
translations (4 ft.).
Notes: Numerous named and unnamed informants.
Deposited by F.M. Voegelin at the Archives of Traditional
Music in 1985, as part of the C.F. and F.M. Voegelin
Archives of the Languages of the World, under option 1.
Australian Aboriginal linguistic material accompanied by
extensive transcription and translations.
Recorded in Australia between 1958 and 1960 by Kenneth Hale.
OT 9446-9514; EC 10" 1381--1421 (copies)
Contents: Spoken example of Tjingili -- Gunwinggu -- Mayali -- Mara --
Wambaya -- Kutandji -- Guruma -- Kardutjara -- Wamman --
Walbiri -- Tjiwarlin -- Djaru -- Gurindji -- Warumungu --
Unmatjera -- Ngaliya -- Kalkutung -- Waluwara -- Arabana --
Dieri -- Kuku-Yimityir -- Wikngatara -- Wikepa -- Kandju --
Wikmunken -- Kurtyar.
Additions and amendments welcome
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