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Department of Linguistics

Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology
Deutscher Platz 6
D-04103 Leipzig
Germany


phone: +49 (0) 341 3550 - 300
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e-mail: cissewski@[>>> Please remove the brackets! <<<]eva.mpg.de

Publications

As well as the list of publications below, for further details and to download pdfs, see my page on academia.edu. (Or the alternative at ResearchGate.)

To download the bibliographical details into a reference manager, alternatives are my publication lists on Zotero and Mendeley.

 

In press/Forthcoming (2014)

Heggarty, P. in press.
Prehistory by Bayesian phylogenetics?  The state of the art on Indo-European origins.
Antiquity
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Heggarty, P. forthcoming.
Prehistory through language and archaeology.
In C. Bowern & B. Evans (eds) Routledge Handbook of Historical Linguistics, London: Routledge.

 

Heggarty, P., & Renfrew, C. in press a.
Introduction: Languages.
In C. Renfrew & P. Bahn (eds) The Cambridge World Prehistory, Vol. 1, 19-44. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
http://www.cambridge.org/gb/knowledge/isbn/item6803160/

And in the same publication, seven further chapters:

Heggarty, P., & Renfrew, C. in press b. Africa: Languages, Vol. 1, 307-320.

Heggarty, P., & Renfrew, C. in press c. South and Island South-East Asia: Languages, Vol. 1, 533-558.

Heggarty, P., & Renfrew, C. in press d. The Pacific: Languages, Vol. 1, 674-690.

Heggarty, P., & Renfrew, C. in press e. East Asia: Languages, Vol. 2, 860-886.

Heggarty, P., & Renfrew, C. in press f. The Americas: Languages, Vol.2, 1316-1343.

Heggarty, P., & Renfrew, C. in press g. Western and Central Asia: Languages, Vol. 3., 1678-1699.

Heggarty, P., & Renfrew, C. in press h. Europe and the Mediterranean: Languages, Vol. 3., 1977-1993.

 

2014

Heggarty, P., & Beresford-Jones, D. 2014a
Farming-language dispersals (1): principles.
In C. Smith (ed) Springer Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology, New York: Springer.
https://www.academia.edu/3254318/Farming-language_dispersals_1_principles
http://dx.doi.org/10.1007%2F978-1-4419-0465-2_2415

Heggarty, P., & Beresford-Jones, D. 2014b
Farming-language dispersals (2): a worldwide survey.
In C. Smith (ed) Springer Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology, New York: Springer.
https://www.academia.edu/3254340/Farming-language_dispersals_2_a_worldwide_survey
http://dx.doi.org/10.1007%2F978-1-4419-0465-2_2308

 

2013

Heggarty, P. 2013.
Ultraconserved words and Eurasiatic? The 'faces in the fire' of language prehistory.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 110 (35), E3254.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1073/pnas.1309114110

Heggarty, P. 2013.
Europe and Western Asia: Indo-European linguistic prehistory.
In I. Ness & P. Bellwood (eds) The Encyclopedia of Global Human Migration, 157–67. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/9781444351071.wbeghm819

Heggarty, P., & Beresford-Jones, D. 2013
Andes: linguistic history.
In I. Ness & P. Bellwood (eds) The Encyclopedia of Global Human Migration, 401–09. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/9781444351071.wbeghm852

Beresford-Jones, D., & Heggarty, P. 2013
Andes: archaeology.
In I. Ness & P. Bellwood (eds) The Encyclopedia of Global Human Migration, 410–16. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/9781444351071.wbeghm853

 

2012

Heggarty, P. 2012.
Commentary on Chen et al.'s 'Worldwide Analysis of Genetic and Linguistic Relationships of Human Populations' (1995).
Human Biology 84(5), Special issue in honor of Robert R. Sokal: p.571-578.
http://dx.doi.org/10.3378/027.084.0508

Heggarty, P., & Beresford-Jones, D.G. eds. 2012.
Archaeology and Language in the Andes.
Oxford: Oxford University Press.
http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/0197265030/
http://ukcatalogue.oup.com/product/9780197265031.do

and within the above book, the following chapters:

Beresford-Jones, D., & Heggarty, P. 2012a.
Introduction — Archaeology, linguistics, and the Andean past: a much-needed conversation. pp. 1–41.

Beresford-Jones, D., & Heggarty, P. 2012b.
Broadening our horizons: towards an interdisciplinary prehistory of the Andes. pp. 57–84.

Heggarty, P., & Beresford-Jones, D. 2012.
Conclusion — A cross-disciplinary prehistory for the Andes? Surveying the state of the art. pp. 409–436.

 

Heggarty, P. 2012.
Beyond lexicostatistics: How to get more out of 'word list' comparisons.
In S. Wichmann & A. P. Grant (eds) Quantitative Approaches to Linguistic Diversity: Commemorating the Centenary of the Birth of Morris Swadesh
[Reprint of Diachronica 27 (2), from 2010], 113-137. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. http://benjamins.com/#catalog/books/bct.46.07heg/details

 

2011

Heggarty, P., & Pearce, A. eds. 2011.
History and Language in the Andes.
London: Palgrave Macmillan.
www.palgrave.com/products/title.aspx?PID=397842

and within the above book, the following chapters:

Pearce, A., & Heggarty, P. 2011a.
History, linguistics, and the Andean past: a much-needed conversation. pp. 1–16.

Pearce, A., & Heggarty, P. 2011b.
‘Mining the data’ on the Huancayo-Huancavelica Quechua frontier. pp. 87–109.

 

Kaulicke, P., Cerrón-Palomino, R., Heggarty, P., & Beresford-Jones, D.G. eds. 2011.
Lenguas y sociedades en el antiguo Perú: hacia un enfoque interdisciplinario.
Lima: Fondo Editorial de la Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú.
http://revistas.pucp.edu.pe/boletindearqueologia/es/numero-14

and within the above book, the following chapters:

Beresford-Jones, D.G., & Heggarty, P. 2011a.
Broadening our horizons: towards an interdisciplinary prehistory of the Andes. pp. 61–84.
http://revistas.pucp.edu.pe/index.php/boletindearqueologia/article/download/
1184/1143

Heggarty, P., & Beresford-Jones, D.G. 2011.
Archaeology, language, and the Andean past: principles, methods, and the new ‘state of the art’. pp. 29–60.
http://revistas.pucp.edu.pe/index.php/boletindearqueologia/article/download/
1181/1142

 

Beresford-Jones, D.G., & Heggarty, P. 2011b.
What role for language prehistory in redefining archaeological ‘culture’? A case-study on new horizons in the Andes.
In B. Roberts & M. Vander Linden (eds) Investigating Archaeological Cultures: Material Culture, Variability and Transmission, 355–386. New York: Springer.
http://www.springerlink.com/content/978-1-4419-6969-9#section=902000&
page=1&locus=0

Barbieri, C., Heggarty, P., Castrì, L., Pettener, D., & Luiselli, D. 2011.
Mitochondrial DNA variability in the Titicaca basin: matches and mismatches with linguistics and ethnohistory.
American Journal of Human Biology 23: p.89–99.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/ajhb.21107

Heggarty, P. 2011. Enterrando el esqueleto quechumara.
In W. Adelaar, P. Valenzuela, & R. Zariquiey (eds) Estudios en lenguas andinas y amazónicas. En homenaje a Rodolfo Cerrón-Palomino, 147–179. Lima: Fondo Editorial de la PUCP.
http://blog.pucp.edu.pe/item/145449/homenaje-a-rodolfo-cerron-palomino

 

2010

Heggarty, P. 2010.
Beyond lexicostatistics: how to get more out of ‘word list’ comparisons. Diachronica 27(2): p.301–324.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1075/dia.27.2.07heg

Heggarty, P., & Beresford-Jones, D. 2010.
Agriculture and language dispersals: limitations, refinements, and an Andean exception?
Current Anthropology 51(2): p.163–191.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1086/650533

Heggarty, P., Maguire, W., & McMahon, A.M.S. 2010.
Splits or waves? Trees or webs? How divergence measures and network analysis can unravel language histories
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences (365) Special issue on: Cultural and Linguistic Diversity (eds J. Steele, P. Jordan, & E. Cochrane.): p.3829–3843.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rstb.2010.0099

Maguire, W., McMahon, A.M.S., Heggarty, P., & Dediu, D. 2010.
The past, present and future of English dialects: Quantifying convergence, divergence and dynamic equilibrium.
Language Variation and Change 22(1): p.69–104.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0954394510000013

 

2009 and earlier (selected)

Heggarty, P., & Beresford-Jones, D.G. 2009.
Not the Incas? Weaving archaeology and language into a single new prehistory.
British Academy Review 12: p.11–15.
http://www.britac.ac.uk/pubs/review/12/index.cfm

Hruschka, D.J., Christiansen, M.H., Blythe, R.A., Croft, W., Heggarty, P., Mufwene, S.S., Pierrehumbert, J.B., & Poplack, S. 2009.
Building social cognitive models of language change.
Trends in Cognitive Sciences 13(11): p.464–469.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.tics.2009.08.008

Nerbonne, J., Heggarty, P., Van Hout, R., & Robey, D. 2009.
Panel discussion on computing and the humanities
J. Nerbonne, C. Gooskens, S. Kürschner, & R. van Bezooijen (eds).
International Journal of Humanities and Arts Computing 2: p.19–37.
http://dx.doi.org/10.3366/E1753854809000299

Heggarty, P., Maguire, W., & McMahon, A. 2008.
Accents of English from Around the World.
http://www.soundcomparisons.com

Heggarty, P. 2008.
Linguistics for archaeologists: a case-study in the Andes.
Cambridge Archaeological Journal 18(1): p.35–56.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0959774308000036

Heggarty, P. 2007.
Linguistics for archaeologists: principles, methods and the case of the Incas.
Cambridge Archaeological Journal 17(03): p.311–340.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S095977430700039X

McMahon, A.M.S., Heggarty, P., McMahon, R., & Maguire, W. 2007.
The sound patterns of Englishes: representing phonetic similarity.
English Language and Linguistics 11(01): p.113.
http://www.journals.cambridge.org/abstract_S1360674306002139

Heggarty, P. 2006a.
Interdisciplinary indiscipline? Can phylogenetic methods meaningfully be applied to language data — and to dating language?
In P. Forster & C. Renfrew (eds) Phylogenetic Methods and the Prehistory of Languages, 183–194. Cambridge: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research.
http://www.oxbowbooks.com/oxbow/phylogenetic-methods-and-the-prehistory-of-languages.html

Heggarty, P. 2006b.
The Sounds of the Andean Languages.
CD-Rom and website resource: 1100 pronunciation recordings, 400 photos, 35000 words of explanatory text.
www.quechua.org.uk/Sounds

Heggarty, P. 2005a.
Enigmas en el origen de las lenguas andinas: aplicando nuevas técnicas a las incógnitas por resolver.
Revista Andina 40: p.9–57.

Heggarty, P. 2005b.
Response to commentaries on Heggarty (2005). Revista Andina 40: p.70–80.
http://www.quechua.org.uk/Eng/Cpv/EnigmasArticle.htm.

Heggarty, P., McMahon, A., & McMahon, R. 2005.
From phonetic similarity to dialect classification: a principled approach.
In N. Delbecque, D. Geeraerts, & J. van der Auwera (eds) Perspectives on Variation: Sociolinguistic, Historical, Comparative, 43–91. Amsterdam: Mouton de Gruyter.
http://www.degruyter.com/view/product/61811?rskey=dDeiZy&result=1&q=Pers
pectives%20on%20Variation:%20%20Sociolinguistic,%20Historical,%20Comparative

McMahon, A.M.S., Heggarty, P., McMahon, R., & Slaska, N. 2005.
Swadesh sublists and the benefits of borrowing: an Andean case study.
Transactions of the Philological Society 103(2): p.147–170.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1467-968X.2005.00148.x

Heggarty, P. 2000. Quantifying change over time in phonetics.
In C. Renfrew, A. M. S. McMahon, & R. L. Trask (eds) Time Depth in Historical Linguistics, 531–562. Cambridge: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research.
http://www.amazon.com/Historical-Linguistics-Papers-Prehistory-Languages/dp/1902937066