Publications

Bohnemeyer, Jürgen, Eve Danziger, Jonathon Lum, Ali Alshehri, Elena Benedicto, Joe Blythe, Letizia Cerqueglini, Katharine T. Donelson, Alyson Eggleston, Alice Gaby, Yen-Ting Lin, Randi E. Moore, Tatiana Nikitina, Hywel Stoakes & Mayangna Yulbarangyang Balna. 2022. Reference frames in language and cognition: Cross-population mismatches. In Gaby et al (eds.) Linguistics Vanguard 8(S1). 175-189. https://doi.org/10.1515/lingvan-2021-0091.

Dear, Caroline de, Francesco Possemato, Lesley Stirling, Rod Gardner, Ilana Mushin, Frances Kofod & Joe Blythe. forthcoming. Place reference and locational pointing in Murrinhpatha, Gija and English conversation. Gesture.

Gaby, Alice, Bill Palmer, Jonathon Lum & Jonathan Schlossberg (eds.) 2022. Sociotopography. Special collection in Linguistics Vanguard 8(S1). www.degruyter.com/journal/key/lingvan/8/s1/html.

Hill, Clair. 2022. The irrelevance of scale and fixedness in landscape terms in two Australian Aboriginal languages. In Gaby et al (eds.) Linguistics Vanguard 8(S1): 91-100. https://doi.org/10.1515/lingvan-2021-0107

Hoffmann, Dorothea. 2019. Restrictions on the usage of spatial frames of reference in location and orientation descriptions: Evidence from three Australian languages. Australian Journal of Linguistics 39(1):1-31.

Hoffmann, Dorothea, Bill Palmer & Alice Gaby. 2022. Geocentric directional systems in Australia: a typology. In Gaby et al (eds.) Linguistics Vanguard 8(S1):67-89. https://doi.org/10.1515/lingvan-2021-0063 (Supplemental materials.)

Kemp, Charles, Alice Gaby & Terry Regier. 2019. Season naming and the local environment. In Proceedings of the 41st Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society. 539-545. http://lclab.berkeley.edu/papers/seasons-cogsci-2019.pdf

Lum, Jonathon, Bill Palmer, Jonathan Schlossberg & Alice Gaby. 2022. Diversity in representing space within and between language communities. In Gaby et al (eds.) Linguistics Vanguard 8(S1):1-10. https://doi.org/10.1515/lingvan-2021-0105

Palmer, Bill. 2022. Terrain, topography, landscape, and place: The interplay of environment, culture, and conceptualization. In Franz-Benjamin Mocnik & René Westerholt (eds.) Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium on Platial Information Science (PLATIAL’21). ). Enschede, the Netherlands: Zotero. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6390896.

Palmer, Bill, Joe Blythe, Alice Gaby, Dorothea Hoffmann & Maïa Ponsonnet. 2019. Geospatial natural language in Indigenous Australia: Research priorities. In Kristin Stock, Christopher B. Jones & Thora Tenbrink (eds.) Proceedings of speaking of location 2019: Communicating about space. vol. 2455:17–27. Regensburg, Germany: CEUR-WS.org. http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-2455/paper3.pdf.

Palmer, Bill, Dorothea Hoffmann, Joe Blythe, Alice Gaby, Bill Pascoe & Maïa Ponsonnet. 2021. Frames of spatial reference in five Australian languages. Spatial Cognition & Computation (Special issue: Speaking of location: Understanding, interpreting and generating natural language descriptions of space.) https://doi.org/10.1080/13875868.2021.1929239

Ponsonnet, Maïa, Dorothea Hoffmann and Isabel O’Keeffe (eds.) 2020. Emotion, body and mind across a continent: Figurative representations of emotions in Australian Aboriginal languages. Special issue of Pragmatics & Cognition 27(1).

Ponsonnet, Maïa & Kitty-Jean Laginha. 2020 The role of the body in descriptions of emotions. A typology of the Australian continent. Pragmatics & Cognition 27(1):20-82.

Possemato, Francesco, Joe Blythe, Caroline De Dear, Josua Dahmen, Rod Gardner & Lesley Stirling. 2021. Using a geospatial approach to document and analyse locational points in face-to-face conversation. Language Documentation and Description 20. 313–351. http://www.elpublishing.org/PID/239.

Presentations

Knudsen, Laurits Stapput & Magnus Pharao Hansen. 2021. Patterns of Variation in the use of spatial frames of reference in four Nahuatl varieties. Presented at the National Science Foundation workshop Environmental Adaptations of Spatial Grammar in Dialects of Nahuatl. Santa Fe, New Mexico, December.

Knudsen, Laurits Stapput & Magnus Pharao Hansen. 2021. The coding of motion events in ten versions of the “Frog Story” from Hueyapan, Morelos. Presented at the National Science Foundation workshop Environmental Adaptations of Spatial Grammar in Dialects of Nahuatl. Santa Fe, New Mexico, December.

Knudsen, Laurits Stapput, Klara Båstadt, & Gabriela Citlahua Zapahua. 2021. Patterns of variation in frames of reference in Nahuatl of Tequila and Cuaquila. Presented at the annual meeting of the Society for the Study of Indigenous Languages of the Americas. Online. 10 January.

Lum, Jonathon, Bill Palmer, Alice Gaby & Jonathan Schlossberg. 2021. Shifting sands: variation and change in spatial reference on atolls. Presented at the New Ways of Analyzing Variation - Asia Pacific 6 (NWAV-AP6). National University of Singapore (online). 17-20 February.

Lum, Jonathon, Bill Palmer, Alice Gaby & Jonathan Schlossberg. 2021. Sociolinguistic and typological variation in frames of spatial reference. Presented at the 54th Annual Meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea. (online). 30 August - 3 September.

Palmer, Bill. 2021. A few thoughts on frame of reference and sociotopography. (invited) Presented at the National Science Foundation workshop Environmental Adaptations of Spatial Grammar in Dialects of Nahuatl. Santa Fe, New Mexico, December.

Palmer, Bill. 2021. Separating sagittal and transverse in egocentric (“relative”) frame of reference. Presented at the 8th International Conference on Spatial Cognition. Sapienza University of Rome (online). 13-17 September.

Palmer, Bill. 2021. Terrain, topography, landscape and place: the interplay of language, culture and environment. (keynote) Presented at PLATIAL’21: International Symposium on Platial Information Science. University of Twente, the Netherlands (online). 15-17 December.

Palmer, Bill, Dorothea Hoffmann, Alice Gaby, Joe Blythe, Maïa Ponsonnet, Margaret Carew, Thomas Ennever, Laurits Stapput Knudsen & Eleanor Yacopetti. 2021. Geocentric spatial systems in Australian languages. Presented at the conference of the Australian Linguistic Society. 6-9 December.

Palmer, Bill, Joe Blythe, Margaret Carew, Thomas Ennever, Alice Gaby, Clair Hill, Dorothea Hoffmann, Laurits Stapput Knudsen, Maïa Ponsonnet & Eleanor Yacopetti. 2021. OzSpace: The sociotopography of language, landscape and culture in Australia. Presented at the First Global Australian Languages Workshop (GALW1). Yale (online). 17-21 May.

Palmer, Bill, Joe Blythe, Alice Gaby, Clair Hill, Dorothea Hoffmann & Maïa Ponsonnet. 2021. Talking about directions in Australian languages. Presented at the First Global Australian Languages Workshop (GALW1). Yale (online). 17-21 May.

Palmer, Bill, Joe Blythe, Alice Gaby, Dorothea Hoffmann & Maïa Ponsonnet. 2019. Geospatial natural language in Indigenous Australia: Research priorities. Presented at Conference on Spatial Information Theory (COSIT 2019). University of Regensburg. 9-13 September.