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The Austronesians as a Phylogenetic Unit
Comparative Methods in Linguistics and Anthropology
Origins and Dispersals
Historical Interactions and Transformations
Section I. Origins and Dispersals
Darrell Tryon
The Austronesian Family
Current Subgrouping Hypotheses
Cultural-Historical Implications
Andrew Pawley and Malcolm Ross
The Dispersal and Diversification of Oceanic Languages
Change in the Lexicons and Cultures of Oceanic Speakers
Malayic Dayak: Arguments for a Bornean Homeland of Malay
Post Scriptum
Questions of Ultimate Homeland
The Pattern of Austronesian Expansion
Why did the expansion occur?
Some Final Generalizations
Matthew Spriggs
An Outline of Archaeological Prehistory
Comparison with Linguistic Prehistory: A Lapita Language?
A Lapita People? The Evidence from Genetics
The Structure of Austronesian Migration in Oceania
Acknowledgements and Dedication
The Southeast Asian Archipelago, An Easy First Step
Movements into the Pacific
Boat Construction Before the Austronesians
Relations with the Indian Ocean
The Austronesian Contribution
Sailing Conditions in the Pacific
The Seaways Were Open, Once Explored
Thor Heyerdahl, Going Westward
Exploration Was Upwind
Partner in the Padi Fields: The Water-Buffalo
Table-Sharers: Rodents of the Ricefields
Local Contributions: Sapiand Babi
In Conclusion
Section II. Transformations and Interactions
The Impact of Malaria on Human Genetics
Genetic Markers for Austronesians and Non-Austronesians?
Evolutionary Forces: Definitions
The HLA Data
Comparative Observations From Other Genetic Systems
The Nature of the Evidence
Chapter 11. Language Contact and Change in Melanesia
Language Contact and Change in Melanesia
Implications for Classification and Historical Reconstruction
Future Research Needs
James J. Fox
The Concept of Origin
Stranger Kings, Muslim Saints and Brahmana Priests
Origin, Narrative and Journey
Transformations of Austronesian Societies
Adaptive Diversity in Early Austronesian Society
The Pre-Eminence of the Sea
The Sama-Bajau
The Orang Laut
Forest Foragers
Patterns of Difference
The Marquesas
Evolutionary and Non-Evolutionary Models
Indigenous Systems and Colonial Histories
The Earliest Indic State: Kutai
The Sanskritization of Jawa
The Spread of Literacy
Śrīwijaya: A Centre of Learning?
“Temples of Language” in Ancient Java
The Javanization of the Mahābhārata
Austronesian Boundaries
Islamization as Change
The Idea of the Sacred
Spain and Catholicism in the Philippines
America and Protestantism in the Philippines
Christianity in the Pacific
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Austronesians - Peter Bellwood (2006)(2)

Austronesians - Peter Bellwood (2006)(2)

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