Publications 2018-05-25T12:55:47+00:00

Books produced by PARADISEC

NABU Book CoverResearch, Records and Responsibility: Ten Years of the Pacific and Regional Archive for Digital Sources in Endangered Cultures (PARADISEC)
Harris, Amanda, Nick Thieberger and Linda Barwick. (eds) 2015.
Sydney: Sydney University Press.
http://purl.library.usyd.edu.au/sup/9781743324431

 

 

 

SDDRbookimageSustainable data from digital research
Nick Thieberger, Linda Barwick, Rosey Billington and Jill Vaughan (eds)
Custom Book Centre, 2011
The book is available for free download here:

https://ses.library.usyd.edu.au/handle/2123/13311

 

 

 

WurrurrumiWurrurrumi Kun-Borrk
Kevin Djimarr
Sydney University Press, 2007
ISBN: 9781920898618
(Published in conjunction with the National Recording Project)

 

 

 

Sustainable_DataSustainable data from digital fieldwork
Edited by Linda Barwick and Nicholas Thieberger
Sydney University Press
ISBN: 9781920898502

These Conference proceedings have also been published online through the Sydney eScholarship Repository.  https://ses.library.usyd.edu.au/handle/2123/13311
The proceedings from PARADISEC’s 2003 conference Researchers, Communities, Institutions and Sound Recordings have also recently been published online through the Sydney eScholarship Repository.  http://ses.library.usyd.edu.au/handle/2123/1319

Articles by PARADISEC team members

Linda Barwick & Nick Thieberger. 2018. Unlocking the archives. Pp. 135-139 in Vera Ferreira and Nick Ostler (eds) Communities in Control: Learning tools and strategies for multilingual endangered language communities. Proceedings of the 2017 XXI FEL conference

Andrea L. Berez-Kroeker, Lauren Gawne, Barbara F. Kelly, Tyler Heston, Susan Kung, Gary Holton, Peter Pulsifer, David Beaver, Shobhana Chelliah, Stanley Dubinsky, Richard Meier, Nicholas Thieberger, Keren Rice, Anthony Woodbury. 2018. Reproducible research in linguistics: A position statement on data citation and attribution in our field. Linguistics 56(1): 1 – 18

Nick Thieberger. 2016. Documentary Linguistics: Methodological Challenges and Innovatory Responses. Applied Linguistics. 37. 1:88-99. doi: 10.1093/applin/amv076 (Available here)

Nick Thieberger. 2016. What Remains to be Done–Exposing Invisible Collections in the other 7,000 Languages and Why it is a DH Enterprise Digital Scholarship in the Humanitieshttp://dx.doi.org/10.1093/llc/fqw006 (Available here)

Nick Thieberger, Anna Margetts, Stephen Morey, Simon Musgrave. 2016. Assessing annotated corpora as research output. Australian Journal of Linguistics. Vol 36: 1, 1-21 (Available here)

Nick Thieberger, Amanda Harris, and Linda Barwick. 2015. PARADISEC: its history and future. Pp 1-16 in Harris, Amanda, Nick Thieberger and Linda Barwick (eds) Research, Records and Responsibility: Ten Years of the Pacific and Regional Archive for Digital Sources in Endangered Cultures (PARADISEC) Sydney: Sydney University Press. http://purl.library.usyd.edu.au/sup/9781743324431

Nick Thieberger. 2014. Curation of Oral Tradition from Legacy Recordings: An Australian Example. In Oral Tradition, 28.2: 253-260. http://journal.oraltradition.org/issues/28ii/thieberger

Nicholas Thieberger and Linda Barwick. 2012. Keeping records of language diversity in Melanesia, the Pacific and Regional Archive for Digital Sources in Endangered Cultures (PARADISEC). Pp. 239-253 in Nicholas Evans and Marian Klamer (eds) Melanesian languages on the edge of Asia: Challenges for the 21st Century [LD&C Special Publication No. 5] Honolulu: University of Hawai‘i Press. (Available here)

Nicholas Thieberger and Michel Jacobson. 2010. Sharing data in small and endangered languages: cataloging and metadata, formats and encodings. Pp.147-158 in Lenore Grenoble and Louanna Furbee (eds) Language Documentation. Practice and values. Amsterdam: Benjamins.  http://repository.unimelb.edu.au/10187/13533

Barwick, Linda and Nicholas Thieberger. 2006. Cybraries in paradise: New technologies and ethnographic repositories. Pp.133-149. in C. Kapitzke & B. C. Bruce, (eds) Libr@ries: Changing information space and practice. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum. (Available here)