Published: A peer-reviewed scholarly volume: Burning Issues in Afro-Asiatic Linguistics (Cambridge Scholars, 2012), 396 pages, edited by Ghil'ad Zuckermann.
Chapters by Ghil'ad Zuckermann, Yvonne Treis, Abdelaziz Allati, Sarah Ouwayda, Uri Zur, Abdullah A. Bin Towairesh, Sandy Habib, Gábor Takácz, Bruria Bergman RIP and Ephraim Nissan.
Professor Ghil'ad Zuckermann
Burning Issues in Afro-Asiatic Linguistics. Cambridge Scholars. (420 pages)
‘Red el haam: al hamahapakh hanidrash behoraat tanakh velashon beisrael' (Let My People Know!: On the Revolution Needed in Teaching Hebrew Bible and Hebrew Linguistics in Israel). Gilui Daat 1: 13-31. (Second author: Gitit Holzman)
‘Ideological Semantic Secularization of Hebrew Terms'. Foreign Language Teaching and Research . (Second author: Han Li)
‘Stupid as a Coin: Meaning and Rhyming Similes in Vietnamese', International Journal of Language Studies 6.4. (with Thuy Nga Nguyen).
‘Revival Linguistics: A New Branch of Linguistics', Language Teaching and Linguistic Studies. (Second author: Xu Jia)
‘Introduction to the Joshua A. Fishman Comprehensive Bibliography'. International Journal of the Sociology of Language 213: 149-152.
‘Universal Constraints and Mechanisms in the Reclamation and Empowerment of Endangered Languages and Dialects' . World Ethno-National Studies. (Second and third authors: Yao Chunlin & Xu Jia)
‘Bridging the Different Disciplines in the Area of Afro-Asiatic Linguistics', pp. 5-22 of Ghil‘ad Zuckermann (ed.), Burning Issues in Afro-Asiatic Linguistics, Cambridge Scholars.
‘Limits of Language Revival' in Carol A. Chapelle (general editor) and Joseph Lo Bianco (area editor), Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.
‘Ritsat Tsir' (Palindromic Story). Akhshav 73.
‘Stop, Revive and Survive', The Australian Higher Education. (6 June)
'Sleeping Beauties Awake', Times Higher Education. (19 January)
Dr Mark Clendon has just completed a learner's grammar of the Western Desert variety Martu Wangka titled 'An introduction to Martu Wangka' (230 pp) for Kanyirninpa Jukurrpa, the Martu History and Archive Project based in Newman, WA.
His comprehensive description of the Kimberley language Worrorra is currently under review at Brill (Leiden), and his bilingual autobiography (English and Nyangumarta) of Minyjun/Monty Hale titled 'Kakarni milpanyiyi pirraja ngajumili kurlumarniny: the life of a Ngulipartu Man' (350 pp), transcribed and translated with Barbara Hale, is with the Aboriginal Studies Press (Canberra).
Professor Ghil'ad Zuckermann is preparing several volumes, including a book exploring Revival Linguistics for Oxford University Press.
‘Stop, Revive, Survive!: Lessons from the Hebrew Revival Applicable to the Reclamation, Maintenance and Empowerment of Aboriginal Languages and Cultures', Australian Journal of Linguistics 31.1: 111-127. (Second author: Michael Walsh)
‘Ibridazione Culturale: Neologizzazione a Fonte Multipla in Linguaggi "Reinventati" e in Linguaggi a Scrittura "Fono-Logografica"'. Ethnorêma 6, 32pp.
'Mnemonics in Second Language Acquisition'. Word Ways 44.4, Article 21.
‘HEBREW Revivalists' Goals vis-a-vis the Emerging ISRAELI Language', pp. 68-81 (Chapter 7) of Joshua A. Fishman and Ofelia García (eds), Volume II (The Success-Failure Continuum in Language and Ethnic Identity Efforts) of Handbook of Language aourses on language revival.
Outstanding students interested in pursuing a PhD in language reclamation, renewal, revitalization, maintenance and empowerment are encouraged to contact email@example.com