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1968

1. "Proto-Semai Phonology", Federation Museums Journal, 13: 65-74, Kuala Lumpur.
 

1972

2. "Notes on expressive meanings", Papers from the Eighth Regional Meeting of the Chicago Linguistics Society, 440-7, Chicago. (Republié dans The Best of CLS, Chicago Linguistics Society, 1986)
 
3. "Ambiguïté morphologique en Semai", Langues et techniques, nature et société (offert en hommage à André G. Haudricourt à l'occasion de son 60e anniversaire, Barrau J. et al.), 1: 91-94, Paris: Klincksieck.

 
1973

4. "Review of R. Johnston et al. Mon-Khmer Studies III", Language, 49.1: 233-234, Baltimore.

 
1974

5. "Austroasiatic languages", Encyclopædia Britannica, III (15e édition), 2: 480-484, Chicago.
 
6. "Body Moves in Semai and in French", Papers of the Chicago Linguistics Society, 10: 128-138, Chicago.
 
7. "The KmMu' principle", in E. Hamp, ed., Parmentier Festschrift, Chicago University Press, Chicago.
 

1975


8. "Les langues Mon-Khmer de Malaisie, classification historique et innovations", Asie du Sud-Est et Monde Insulindien (Asemi), 6.4: 1-20, Paris.
 
9. "Remarks on the Jah-Het language", in R. Werner, ed., Jah-He|t of Malaysia, Art and Culture, University of Malaya Press, Kuala Lumpur.
 

1976


10. "Expressives in Semai", Austroasiatic Studies (Oceanic Linguistics special publication No. 13), 1: 249-264 , University of Hawaii Press, Honolulu.
 
11. "Minor-syllable vocalism in Senoic Languages", Austroasiatic Studies (Oceanic Linguistics special publication No. 13), 1: 229-248 , University of Hawaii Press, Honolulu.
 
12. "An appraisal of Benedict's views on Austroasiatic and Austro Thai relations", Discussion Paper, no. 82, Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University, Kyoto.
 
13. "Mon-Khmer numerals in Aslian languages", Austro-Asiatic number systems, Linguistics, special publication no. 174: 31-38, Mouton, The Hague.
 
14. (Ed. avec N. Zide) Austro-Asiatic number systems, Linguistics, special publication no. 174, Mouton, The Hague, 112 p.
 
15. "Jah-Hut an Austroasiatic language of Malaysia", Nguyen Dang Liem, ed., Southeast Asian Linguistic Studies,  2: 73-118, Australian National University, Canberra.
 
16. "Proto-Mon-Khmer final spirants", Hantaro Hashimoto, ed., Genetic Relationships, diffusion and typological similarities of East and Southeast Asian languages, pp. 210-229, Japan society for the Promotion of Science, Tokyo.
 
17. "Translation fo a part of A. Moskalev's Grammar of the Chuang language" (traduit du russe), Discussion paper, no. 91, Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University, Kyoto.
 

1977


18. "Mon-Khmer initial palatals and 'substratumized' Austro-Thai", Mon-Khmer Studies, 6: 39-58.
 
19. "Towards a history of Mon-Khmer: Proto-Semai vowels", Tonan Ajia Kenkyu [Southeast Asian Studies], 14.4: 463-495.
 

1979


20. "Aslian Languages and Southeast Asian prehistory", Federation Museums Journal, 24: 3-16, Kuala Lumpur.
 
21. "Expressive phonology and prosaic phonology in Mon-Khmer", Studies in Tai and Mon-Khmer phonetics and phonology in honour of Eugénie J. A. Henderson, p. 49-59, Chulalongkorn University Press, Bangkok.
 

1980


22. "ภาษาญัฮกุร มอญโบราณ กับอาณาจักรทวารวดี" [Nyah Kur, Vieux-Môn et royaume de Dvāravati] (en thaï), Bulletin of the Faculty of Arts, 12.1: 54-85, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok.
 
23. The Wa Languages, Linguistics of the Tibeto-Burman Area, 5.2., Berkeley, 192 p.
 
24. "To taboo everything at all times", Papers of the Berkeley Linguistics Society, 6: 157-65.
 

1981


25. "Reconstructing Dvaravati Old Mon", P. Bhumadon, ed., Recent discoveries from the period of early Indian influence, Lopburi Museum Publications, Lopburi.
 

1982


26. "Proto-Mon registers: two, three, four …?" Papers of the Berkeley Linguistics Society, 8: 148-157.
 
27. "Registres, dévoisement, timbres vocaliques: leur histoire en Katouique", Mon-Khmer Studies, 11: 47-82.
 

1984


28. The Dvaravati Old Mon Language and Nyah Kur (Monic Language Studies 1), Chulalongkron University Printing House, Bangkok, 402 p.
 

1985


29. "The registers of Mon vs. the spectrographist's tones", UCLA working papers in Phonetics, Los Angeles.
 

1989


30. "Proto-Austroasiatic creaky voice", Mon-Khmer Studies, 15: 139-154.
 

1990


31. "What happened to Austric?",  Mon-Khmer Studies, 16: 1-11
 

1991


32. "Palaungic vowels in Mon-Khmer perspective", Austroasiatic languages, Essays in honour of H. L. Shorto, J. Davidson, ed., pp. 13-27, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London.
 

1992


33. "On the Bulang (Blang, Phang) languages", Mon-Khmer Studies, 18-19: 34-43.
 
34. "Vietnamese as a Mon-Khmer language", Papers from the First Annual Meeting of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society, M. Ratliff and E. Schiller, eds., pp. 125-139, Arizona State University Press.
 
35. (avec N. H. Zide) "Austro-Asiatic languages", International Encyclopædia of Linguistics, W. O. Bright, ed., Oxford University Press.
 
36. "Khmer language", International Encyclopædia of Linguistics, W. O. Bright, ed., Oxford University Press.
 

1994


37. "/i/: big, /a/: small", Sound Symbolism, L. Hinton, J. Nichols, J. Ohala, eds., pp. 107-114, Cambridge University Press.
 
38. "The Lexical Evidence for Austric, so far", Oceanic Linguistics, 33.2: 1-13, University of Hawaii Press.
 

1996


39. "History of the word 'khmer'", Khmer Studies, Proceedings of the International Conference on Khmer Studies, Université royale de Phnom Penh, Sorn Samnang, ed., vol. 2, p. 644-652, Phnom Penh.
 

2001


40. "Les expressifs de Surin et où cela conduit", BEFEO, 88: 261-269, Paris.
 

2004


41. "Glottalized times in Vietic and Katuic", Hanoi.
 

2005


42. "The Contribution of linguistic paleontology to the homeland of Austro-asiatic", in: The peopling of East Asia, L. Sagart, R. Blench and A Sanchez-Mazas, eds., Routeledge Curzon, pp. 77-81
 

Sous presse

43. "Bahasa-2 Orang Asli" [les langues asliennes] (en malais), Malay Encyclopedia, Kuala Lumpur, 3 p.
 
Manuscrits finis non publiés

44. Wa-Lawang-Bulang Etymological Lexicon (510 p.).
 
45. An Introduction to Comparative Mon-Khmer (330 p.).




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