Book chapters

  1. Austin, Peter K. 2020. Language documentation and revitalisation. In Justyna Olko & Julia Sallabank (eds.) Revitalizing endangered languages: a practical guide. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. link
  2. Austin, Peter K. 2019. Comunidades, ética y derechos en lingüística de la documentación. In Lucía Golluscio, Paola Pacor, Florencia Ciccone, Marta Krasan (eds.) Lingüística de la Documentación: textos fundacionales y proyecciones en América del Sur, 169-192. Spanish translation of Austin 2010. Buenos Aires : Eudeba & Universidad de Buenos Aires. link
  3. Austin, Peter K. & Julia Sallabank. 2018. Language documentation and language revitalisation: some methodological considerations. In Leanne Hinton, Leena Huss & Gerard Roche (eds.) Handbook of Language Revitalisation, 207-215. London: Routledge.
  4. Austin, Peter K. 2016. Language documentation 20 years on. In Martin Pütz & Luna Filipović (eds.) Endangered Languages and Languages in Danger: Issues of ecology, policy and human rights, 147-170. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. link
  5. Koch, Harold, Peter Austin & Jane Simpson. 2016. Introduction. In Peter K. Austin, Harold Koch & Jane Simpson (eds.) Language, land & song: Studies in honour of Luise Hercus, 1-22. London: EL Publishing. link
  6. Austin, Peter K. & Julia Sallabank. 2014. Introduction. In Peter K. Austin & Julia Sallabank (eds.) Endangered Languages. Beliefs and Ideologies in Language Documentation and Revitalisation. London: British Academy.
  7. Austin, Peter K. Going, going, gone? The ideology and politics of language revitalisation in eastern Australia. In Peter K. Austin & Julia Sallabank (eds.) Endangered Languages. Beliefs and Ideologies in Language Documentation and Revitalisation. London: British Academy.
  8. David Nathan, Peter K. Austin. 2014. Editors’ introduction. In David Nathan & Peter K. Austin (eds.) Language Documentation and Description 12, 4-16. Special Issue on Language Documentation and Archiving. London: SOAS.
  9. Austin, Peter K. 2013. Language documentation and meta-documentation. In Mari Jones & Sarah Ogilvie (eds.) Keeping Languages Alive: Documentation, Pedagogy and Revitalization, 3-15. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. link
  10. Austin, Peter K. 2013. Tense, aspect, mood and evidentiality in Sasak, eastern Indonesia. In John Bowden (ed.) Tense, aspect, mood and evidentiality in languages of Indonesia. Nusa 55, 41-56. link
  11. Austin, Peter K. 2012. Too many nasal verbs: dialect variation in the voice system of Sasak. In Alexander K. Adelaar (ed.) Voice variation in Austronesian languages of Indonesia. Nusa 54, 29-46. link
  12. Austin, Peter K. 2010. Reading the lontars: endangered literary practices of Lombok, eastern Indonesia. In Mark Turin & Imogen Gunn (eds.) Language Documentation and Description 8, 27-48. London: SOAS. link
  13. Austin, Peter K. 2008. Training for language documentation: Experiences at the School of Oriental and African Studies. In Margaret Florey & Victoria Rau (eds.) Documenting and Revitalising Austronesian Languages, 25-41. Language Documentation and Conservation Special Publication No. 1. Hawaii: University of Hawaii Press. link
  14. Austin, Peter K. 2008. The classification of Pinikura, Western Australia. In Claire Bowern, Bethwyn Evans & Luisa Micelli (eds.) Morphology and Language History: In honour of Harold Koch, 31-41. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  15. Austin, Peter K. 2008. The Gamilaraay (Kamilaroi) Language, northern New South Wales — A Brief History of Research. In William McGregor (ed.) Encountering Aboriginal languages: studies in the history of Australian linguistics, 37-58. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics. link
  16. Austin, Peter K. 2007. Survival of Languages. In Emily F. Shuckburgh (ed.) Survival: The Survival of the Human Race, 72-88. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  17. Dobrin, Lise, Peter K. Austin & David Nathan. 2007. Dying to be counted: commodification of endangered languages. In Peter K. Austin, Oliver Bond and David Nathan (eds.) Proceedings of Conference on Language Documentation and Linguistic Theory, 59-68. London: SOAS. link
  18. Austin, Peter K. 2006. Content questions in Sasak, eastern Indonesia: an optimality theoretic syntax account. In Fritz Schulze & Holger Warnk (eds.) Insular Southeast Asia: Linguistic and Cultural Studies in Honour of Bernd Nothofer, 1-12. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag.
  19. Austin, Peter K. 2006. Data and language documentation. In Jost Gippert, Nikolaus Himmelmann & Ulrike Mosel (eds.) Essentials of Language Documentation, 87-112. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. link
  20. Austin, Peter K. 2006. Article 5042 Languages of the World: Jiwarli. In Keith Brown (ed.) International Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics, 125-129. 2nd edition. Elsevier.
  21. Austin, Peter K. 2006. Australia: Language Situation. In Keith Brown (ed.) International Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics, 580-585. 2nd edition. Elsevier.
  22. Austin, Peter K. 2006. Gamilaraay. In Keith Brown (ed.) International Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics, 724-727. 2nd edition. Elsevier.
  23. Crowley, Terry & Peter Austin. 2005. Interpreting old spelling. In Nicholas Thieberger (ed.) Paper and Talk: A Manual for Reconstituting Materials in Australian Indigenous Languages from Historical Sources, 53-102. 2nd edition. Canberra: AIATSIS. link
  24. Austin, Peter K. & Luise Hercus. 2004. The Yarli languages. In Claire Bowern & Harold Koch (eds.) Subgrouping and Australian Languages, 227-244. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  25. Austin, Peter. 2004. Chapter 136 Diyari (Pama-Nyungan). In Geert Booij, Christian Lehmann, & Joachim Mugdan (eds.) Morphology: A Handbook on Inflection and Word Formation, 1490-1500. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter.
  26. Austin, Peter K. 2001. Word order in a free word order language: the case of Jiwarli. In Jane Simpson, David Nash, Mary Laughren, Peter Austin, Barry Alpher (eds.) Forty years on: Ken Hale and Australian languages, 205-323. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.
  27. Austin, Peter K. 2001. Verbs, valence and voice in Balinese, Sasak and Sumbawan. In Peter K. Austin, Barry Blake & Margaret Florey (eds.) Valence mechanisms in Indonesia, 47-71. Melbourne: La Trobe University. link
  28. Austin, Peter K. 2001. Lexical Functional Grammar. In N.J. Smelser & P. Baltes (eds.) International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioural Sciences, 8748-8754. Elsevier.
  29. Austin, Peter K. 2000. Verbs, valence and voice in Sasak. In Peter K. Autin (ed.) Working Papers in Sasak, Vol 2, 5-23. Melbourne: La Trobe University.
  30. Austin, Peter K. 1998. Temporal reference, tense and aspect in Australian Aboriginal languages. In Yasuhiko Nagano Jikan to kotoba: Time and Language, 143-­169. Senri Ethnological Studies 45. Osaka: National Museum of Ethnology. link
  31. Austin, Peter K. 1998. Eaglehawk was sitting chasing them: grammaticisation of the verb ‘to sit’ in Mantharta languages, Western Australia. In Anna Siewierska & Jae Jung Song (eds.) Case, typology and grammar: in honour of Barry J. Blake. Typological Studies in Language 38. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  32. Austin, Peter K. 1997. Proto-central New South Wales. In Darrel Tryon & Michael Walsh (eds.) Boundary rider: Essays in honour of Geoffrey O’Grady, 21-49. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics C-136. link
  33. Austin, Peter K. 1997. Causatives and applicatives in Australian Aboriginal Languages. In Kazuto Matsumura & Tooru Hayasi (eds.) The Dative and Related Phenomena, 165-225. Tokyo: Hituzi Syobo.
  34. Austin, Peter. 1996. Part 2/5 Australia. In Bernard Comrie, Stephen Matthews & Maria Polinsky (eds.) The Atlas of Languages, 110-125. London: Quarto.
  35. Austin, Peter. 1996. Ergativity, clitics and grammatical relations in Sasak. In Miriam Butt & Tracy Holloway King (eds.) LFG-Workshop, 45-59. Stanford: Stanford University.
  36. Austin, Peter. 1995. Double case marking in Kanyara and Mantharta languages, Western Australia. In Frans Plank (ed.) Agreement by Suffixaufnahme, 363-379. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  37. Crowley, Terry & Peter Austin. 1993. Interpreting old spelling. In Nicholas Thieberger (ed.) Paper and Talk: A Manual for Reconstituting Materials in Australian Indigenous Languages from Historical Sources, 53-102. Canberra: AIATSIS.
  38. Austin, Peter. 1993. Diyari. In Nicholas Thieberger & William McGregor (eds.) Macquarie Aboriginal Words, 125-143. Sydney: Macquarie Library.
  39. Austin, Peter. 1991. Article 270. Australian lexicography. In F. J. Hausman, O. Reichmann, H. E. Wiegand & L. Zgusta, eds. Dictionaries: An International Encyclopaedia of Lexicography, 2638-2641. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter.
  40. Austin, Peter. 1991. Australian Aboriginal language studies. In Michael Clyne (ed.) Linguistics in Australia: trends in research, 55-74. Canberra: Australian Academy of Humanities and Australian Academy of Social Sciences.
  41. Austin, Peter. 1990. The last words of Pirlatapa. In Peter Austin, R.M.W. Dixon, Tom Dutton & Isobel White (eds.) Language and History: Essays in Honour of Luise A. Hercus, 29-48. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.
  42. Austin, Peter. 1988. Introduction. In Peter Austin (ed.) Complex sentence constructions in Australian Aboriginal languages, 3-6. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  43. Austin, Peter. 1987. Word order and clause combining in Gascoyne-Ashburton languages. In Scott DeLancy & Russell Tomlin (eds.) Proceedings of the Third Annual Meeting of the Pacific Linguistics Conference, 1-11. Eugene, Oregon: University of Oregon.
  44. Austin, Peter. 1986. Afghan story. In Luise A. Hercus & Peter Sutton (eds.) This is what happened, 129-132. Canberra: Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies.
  45. Austin, Peter. 1986. Paradise crossing. Luise A. Hercus & Peter Sutton (eds.) This is what happened, 293-296. Canberra: Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies.
  46. Austin, Peter. 1983. Southern Pilbara dictionaries. In Peter Austin (ed.) Papers in Australian linguistics No. 15: Australian Aboriginal lexicography, 1-17. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.
  47. Austin, Peter. 1982. Transitivity and cognate objects in Australian languages. In Sandra A. Thompson & Paul Hopper (eds.) Syntax and semantics Volume 15: Studies in transitivity, 37-47. New York: Academic Press.
  48. Austin, Peter. 1982. The deictic system of Diyari. In Jurgen Weissenborn & Wolfgang Klein (eds.) Here and there: cross-linguistic studies on deixis and demonstration, 273-284. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  49. Austin, Peter. 1981. Case marking and clausal binding: evidence from Dhalandji. In Randal A. Hendrik, C. S. Masek & M. F. Miller (eds.) Papers from the 17th regional meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society, 1-7. Chicago: CLS
  50. Austin, Peter, Corinne Williams & Stephen A. Wurm. 1980. The linguistic situation in north central New South Wales. In Bruce Rigsby & Peter Sutton (eds.) Papers in Australian linguistics No. 13: Contributions of Australian linguistics, 167-180. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.
  51. Austin, Peter. 1979. Switch-reference in Australian languages. In Pamela Munro (ed.) Studies of switch-reference, UCLA Papers in Syntax 8, 7-47.
  52. Austin, Peter. 1976. Dhirari. In R.M.W. Dixon (ed.) Grammatical categories in Australian languages, 757-763. Canberra: Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies.