Jeff Marck "Associate Professor" (USA), "Research Associate" (Australia)
BA African economies (University of Iowa - Department of Anthropology)
MA Pacific prehistory (University of Iowa - Department of Anthropology)
MA Pacific linguistics (University of Hawai'i at Manoa - Department of Linguistics)
PhD Polynesian language prehistory (Australian National University - Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies - Department of Linguistics)

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1991-1999    Department of Linguistics - Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies - Australian National University
1992-1999    Health Transition Centre - National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health - Australia
2006-2008    Department of Linguistics - Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies - Australian National University


List of Publications

Bender, Byron, Ward Goodenough, Frederick Jackson, Jeff Marck, Kenneth Rehg, Ho-min Sohn, Stephen Trussel, and Judith Wang

        2003a  Proto Micronesian Reconstructions: 1. Oceanic Linguistics 42(1):1-110. 

        2003b  Proto Micronesian Reconstructions: 2. Oceanic Linguistics 42(2):271-358. 

Caldwell, J.C., P. Caldwell, J. Anarfi, K. Awusabo-Asare, J. Ntozi, I.O. Orubuloye, J. Marck, W. Cosford, R. Colombo, and E. Hollings, eds.

            1999    Resistances to Behavioural Change to Reduce HIV/AIDS Infection in Predominantly Heterosexual Epidemics in Third World Countries. Canberra: Health Transition Centre, National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health, Australian National University

Caldwell, John C., Bruce Missingham, and Jeff Marck

            2001    Oceania. Conference on The History of World Population in the Second Millennium. SocietÓ Italiana di Demografia Storica and International Union for the Scientific Study of Population (IUSSP). Florence. June 28-30, 2001. 

Hage, Per, and Jeff Marck

        2001    The marking of sex distinctions in Polynesian kinship terminologies. Oceanic Linguistics 40(1):156-166. 

        2002    Proto Micronesian kin terms, descent groups, and overnight voyaging. Oceanic Linguistics 41(1):159-170.

        2003a  Matrilineality and the Melanesian origin of Polynesian Y-chromosomes. Current Anthropology 44(S):S121-S127.  

        2003b  Migration and Descent in Ancestral Oceanic and Ancestral Polynesian Society. Social Organization in Oceania Session.  Annual Meetings of the Society for American Archaeology, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 2003b.

        2011    Proto Bantu descent groups. Kinship, Language, and Prehistory: Per Hage and the Renaissance in Kinship Studies, pp. 75-78. Bojka  Milicic and Douglas Jones, eds. University of Utah Press. 

Jackson, Frederick H., and Jeffrey C. Marck

            1991    Carolinian-English Dictionary. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press.

Marck, Jeff

        1975a  A lexicostatistical model for Nuclear Micronesian origins, settlement, and post-colonization cultural interaction. Proceedings of the Central States Anthropological Society 1:1-22.  "Student Prize Paper" of the 1974 Annual Meetings of the Central States Anthropological Society, University of Chicago.

        1975b  The origin and dispersal of the Proto Nuclear Micronesians. M.A.thesis, University of Iowa.

        1986    Micronesian dialects and the overnight voyage. Journal of the Polynesian Society 95(2):253-258.

        1991    Sixteen Nuclear Micronesian verbs. In Currents in Pacific Linguistics: Papers on Austronesian linguistics in honour of George W. Grace. R. Blust, ed. Pp. 223-239. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.

        1994a  Deconstructing Polynesian religion and mythology. Deconstructing the Island Group, Conference of the Division of Pacific and Southeast Asian History, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University, December, Canberra, 1994a.

        1994b  Proto Micronesian terms for the physical environment. In Austronesian Terminologies: Continuity and change. A.K. Pawley and M. Ross, eds. Pp. 301-328. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.

        1996a  Eastern Polynesian subgrouping today. In Oceanic Culture History: Essays in honour of Roger Green. J. Davidson, G. Irwin, F. Leach, A.
Pawley, and D. Brown, eds. Pp. 491-511. Wellington: New Zealand Journal of Archaeology.

        1996b   Was there an early Polynesian "Sky Father"? Journal of Pacific History 31(1):8-26.

        1996c  The first order anthropomorphic gods of Polynesia. Journal of the Polynesian Society 105(2):217-258.

        1996d  Kin terms in the Polynesian protolanguages. Oceanic Linguistics 35(2):195-257.

        1996e  On Langdon's (1989) East Polynesian plant study. Te Reo 39:47-74.

        1996f  On the disintegration of a common language between Tonga and Samoa. Language, Archaeology and Culture History. American Anthropological Association Annual Meetings, 20-24 November, San Francisco; also: European Society of Oceanists, December, Copenhagen..

        1997a  Aspects of male circumcision in sub-equatorial African culture history. Health Transition Review 7(S1):337-360. 

        1997b  Review of McElroy and Townsend "Medical Anthropology in Ecological Perspective". Health Transition Review 7(1):110-111.

        1998    Review of Kaipat and Strong "Lieweila: A Micronesian story". Canberra Anthropology 21(1):120-121.

        1999a  India and truck drivers: It may well be too late. British Medical Journal Rapid Responses 19 January 1999. Comment on Rao, Pilli, Rao and Chalam "Sexual lifestyle of long distance lorry drivers in India: Questionaire survey. BMJ 318:162-3. 

        1999b  Long-distance truck driver sexual cultures and attempts to reduce HIV risk behaviours amongst them: a review of the African and Asian literature. In Resistances to Behavioural Change to Reduce HIV/AIDS Infection in Predominantly Heterosexual Epidemics in Third World Countries. J.C. Caldwell, P. Caldwell, J. Anarfi, K. Awusabo-Asare, J. Ntozi, I.O. Orubuloye, J. Marck, W. Cosford, R. Colombo, and E. Hollings, eds. Canberra: Health Transition Centre, National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health, Australian National University.

        1999c  Polynesian language and culture history. PhD thesis, Australian National University.

        1999d  Review of Hanlon "Remaking Micronesia". Canberra Anthropology.

        1999e  Revising Polynesian subgrouping and its culture history implications. In Archaeology and Language IV: Language change and cultural transformation. R. Blench and M. Spriggs, eds. Pp. 95-122. One World Archaeology, Volume 35. London: Routledge.

        2000a  Polynesian languages. In Facts About the World's Languages: An encyclopedia of the world's major languages, past and present. J. Garry and C. Rubino, eds. New York: H.W. Wilson. 

—        2000b  Topics in Polynesian Language and Culture History. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.

        2002a  Comments on S.R. Fischer's 'Mangarevan doublets: preliminary evidence for Proto-Southeastern Polynesian'. Oceanic Linguistics 41(1):225-231. 

        2002b  On Shutler and Marck (1975). In Fifty Years in the Field: Essays in honour and celebration of Richard Shutler Jr's archaeological career. S. Bedford, D. Burley, and C. Sand, eds. Auckland: New Zealand Archaeological Association. 

        2002c  Review of "Hawaiki, Ancestral Polynesia" by Patrick Vinton Kirch and Roger C. Green. Hawaiian Journal of History 36:185-189.

        2006    In memoriam, Per Hage, 1935-2004. Oceanic Linguistics 45(2):491-496.

        2008    Proto Oceanic society was matrilineal. Journal of the Polynesian Society 117(4):345-382

        2009   Some clan names of the Chuukic-speaking peoples of Micronesia. In Austronesian Historical Linguistics and Culture History: A festschrift for Robert Blust. A. Adelaar and A. Pawley, eds. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics. 461-487. 

        2010    Proto Polynesian *kainanga '1. the populace of commoners; 2. matrilineal descent group'. In Studies in Honour of Andrew Pawley's 65th Birthday. J. Bowden, ed. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics. 

       2010    Review of "The Genealogical Model Reconsidered", Sandra Bamford and James Leach (eds). Anthropos  105:612-613.

        2011    Review of "Fanti Kinship and the Analysis of Kinship Terminologies" by David B. Kronenfeld in Anthropos 106:685-687. 

        forthcoming-a    Proto Oceanic kin terms. In The Lexicon of Proto Oceanic 5: People and society. M. Ross and A. Pawley, eds. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.

        forthcoming-b    Overview of native categories and verbs. In The Lexicon of Proto Oceanic 5: People and society. M. Ross and A. Pawley, eds. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.


Marck, Jeff, and Koen Bostoen

            2011    Proto Oceanic (Austronesian) and Proto East Bantu (Niger-Congo) kin terms ca. 1000 BC. Kinship, Language, and Prehistory: Per Hage and the Renaissance in Kinship Studies, Bojka  Milicic and Douglas Jones, eds. University of Utah Press

Marck, Jeff, Per Hage, Koen Bostoen, and Jean-Georges Kamba Muzenga

            2011    Kin terms in the Bantu protolanguages: initial findings. Kinship, Language, and Prehistory: Per Hage and the Renaissance in Kinship Studies, Bojka  Milicic and Douglas Jones, eds. University of Utah Press

Mukodzani, Lucious, Karen Mupemba and Jeff Marck

            1999    All roads lead to Harare: the response of the Zimbabwe transport industry to HIV/AIDS. In The Continuing African HIV/AIDS Epidemic, J.C. Caldwell, I.O. Orubuloye and J.P.M. Ntozi, Eds., Canberra: Health Transition Centre - National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health. pp. 131-138.

Shutler, Richard, Jr., and Jeffrey C. Marck

            1975    On the dispersal of the Austronesian horticulturalists. Archaeology and Physical Anthropology in Oceania 10(2):81-113.

 

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