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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.

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.

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.



Heggarty, P., & Beresford-Jones, D. 2014a
Farming-language dispersals (1): principles.
In C. Smith (ed) Springer Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology, New York: Springer.

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.



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.

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.

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.

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.



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.

Heggarty, P., & Beresford-Jones, D.G. eds. 2012.
Archaeology and Language in the Andes.
Oxford: Oxford University Press.

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



Heggarty, P., & Pearce, A. eds. 2011.
History and Language in the Andes.
London: Palgrave Macmillan.

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.

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.

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.


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.

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.

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.



Heggarty, P. 2010.
Beyond lexicostatistics: how to get more out of ‘word list’ comparisons. Diachronica 27(2): p.301–324.

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

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.

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.


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.

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.

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.

Heggarty, P., Maguire, W., & McMahon, A. 2008.
Accents of English from Around the World.

Heggarty, P. 2008.
Linguistics for archaeologists: a case-study in the Andes.
Cambridge Archaeological Journal 18(1): p.35–56.

Heggarty, P. 2007.
Linguistics for archaeologists: principles, methods and the case of the Incas.
Cambridge Archaeological Journal 17(03): p.311–340.

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.

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.

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

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.

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.

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.

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.