Journal Articles

  • Margetts, A., 2015, Person shift at narrative peak, Language, vol 91/4, pp. 755-805.
  • Margetts, A., 2011, Transitivity in Saliba-Lagea, Studies In Language, vol 35/3,  pp. 650-675.
  • Margetts, A., 2009, Data processing and its impact on linguistic analysis, Language Documentation & Conservation, vol 3/1, pp. 87-99.
  • Margetts, A., 2008, Transitivity discord in some Oceanic Languages, Oceanic Linguistics, vol 47/1, pp. 30-44.
  • Dunn, M., Margetts, A., Sergio, M., Terrill, A., 2007, Four languages from the lower end of the typology of locative predication, Linguistics, vol 45, issue 5/6, pp. 873-892.
  • Margetts, A., 2007, Three-participant events in oceanic languages, Oceanic Linguistics, vol 46/1, pp. 71-127.
  • Margetts, A., Austin, P., 2007, Three-participant events in the languages of the world: Towards a crosslinguistic typology, Linguistics, vol 45/3,  pp. 393-451.
  • Margetts, A., 2005, Positional slots in Saliba complex verbs, Oceanic Linguistics, vol 44/1, pp. 65-89.
  • Margetts, A., 2004, From implicature to construction: emergence of a benefactive construction in Oceanic, Oceanic Linguistics, vol 43/2, pp. 445-468.
  • Margetts, A., 2002, Review of ‘Possessive Markers in Central Pacific Languages’ by Stephen R. Fischer (ed.), Journal of the Polynesian Society, vol 111/3,  pp. 261-263.
  • Margetts, A., 2002, The linguistic encoding of three-participant events in Saliba, Studies in Language, vol 26/3, pp. 613-636.

Book Chapters

  • Margetts, A., Margetts, A., 2012, Audio and video recording techniques for linguistic research, in The Oxford Handbook of Linguistic Fieldwork, eds Nicholas Thieberger, Oxford University Press, United Kingdom, pp. 13-53.
  • Margetts, A., 2011, Filming with native speaker commentary, in Documenting Endangered Languages: Achievements and Perspectives, eds Geoffrey L.J. Haig, Nicole Nau, Stefan Schnell and Claudia Wegener, De Gruyter Mouton, Berlin Germany, pp. 321-336.
  • Margetts, A., 2011, Noun incorporation in Saliba, in Topics in Oceanic Morphosyntax, eds Claire Moyse-Faurie and Joachim Sabel, De Gruyter Mouton, Berlin Germany, pp. 203-234.
  • Margetts, A., 2009, Spread of the Saliba-Logea plural marker, in Discovering History Through Language: Papers in Honour of Malcom Ross, eds Bethwyn Evans, Pacific Linguistics, Australia, pp. 413-429.
  • Margetts, A., 2008, Learning verbs without boots and straps? the problem of ‘Give’ in Saliba, in Cross-linguistics Perspectives on Argument Structure: Implications for Learnability, eds Mellisa Bowerman and Penelope Brown, Lawrence Erlbaum, New York, London, pp. 111-137.
  • Margetts, A., 2007, Close and remote objects in a language with a single transitive suffix, in Language Description, History and Development: Linguistic Indulgence in Memory of Terry Crowley, eds Jeff Siegel, John Lynch and Diana Eades, John Benjamins, Amsterdam and Philadephia, pp. 69-78.
  • Margetts, A., 2004, Core-layer junctures in Saliba, in Complex predicates in Oceanic languages: Studies in the dynamics of binding and boundedness, eds Isabelle Bril and Francoise Ozanne-Rivierre, Walter de Gruyter, Berlin Germany, pp. 65-88.
  • Margetts, A., 2004, Spatial deixis in Saliba, in Deixis and demonstratives in Oceanic languages, eds Gunter Senft, Pacific Linguistics, Canberra ACT Australia, pp. 37-57.