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In press. Don Daniels & Kelsey Daniels. Managing data for descriptive and historical research. In Andrea L. Berez-Kroeker, Bradley McDonnell, Eve Koller & Lauren Collister (eds.), The open handbook of linguistic data management. MIT Press.

2021. Caroline Hendy & Don Daniels. The Wiru noun-modifying clause construction. Oceanic Linguistics 60(1). 72–102.

2020. Grammatical reconstruction: The Sogeram languages of New Guinea. De Gruyter.

2020. The history of tense and aspect in the Sogeram family. Journal of Historical Linguistics 10(2). 167–208.

2019dDon Daniels & Joseph Brooks. The history of *=a: Contact and reconstruction in northeast New Guinea. Journal of Language Contact 12(3). 533–568.

2019cDon Daniels & Greville G. Corbett. Repartitioning. Language 95(4). 711–750.
2019bDon Daniels, Danielle Barth & Wolfgang Barth. Subgrouping the Sogeram languages: Designing datasets to capture diversification. Journal of Historical Linguistics 9(1): 92–127.

2019a. Using phonotactics to reconstruct degrammaticalization: The origin of the Sirva pronoun be. Diachronica 36(1): 1–36.

2017b. A method for mitigating the problem of borrowing in syntactic reconstruction. Studies in Language 41(3): 577–614.

2017a. Gants is a Sogeram language. Language and Linguistics in Melanesia 35: 82–93.

2016. Magi: An undocumented language of Papua New Guinea. Oceanic Linguistics 55(1): 199–224.

2014. Complex coordination in diachrony: Two Sogeram case studies. Diachronica 31(3): 379–406.

2014. Koch, Harold, Robert Mailhammer, Robert Blust, Claire Bowern, Don Daniels, Alexandre François, Simon J. Greenhill, Brian D. Joseph, Lawrence Reid, Malcolm Ross, and Paul Sidwell. Research priorities in historical-comparative linguistics: A view from Asia, Australia and the Pacific. Diachronica 31(2): 267–278.

2010. A preliminary phonological history of the Sogeram languages of Papua New Guinea. Oceanic Linguistics 49(1): 163–193.