SIL has produced more than 2,500 publications since it began work in Papua New Guinea in 1956. In addition there is a large body of unpublished works about the languages of Papua New Guinea. Many works are available for download here and on other websites. Also available is a bibliography of published and unpublished works about the languages of Papua New Guinea.
Australian Journal of Linguistics
- FRANKLIN, Karl J., author. 1997. "Engan pronouns and their old endings."
- ROBERTS, John R., author. 1988. "Switch-reference in Papuan languages: a syntactic or extrasyntactic device?."
- FRANKLIN, Karl J., author. 1987. Review of: A new course in Tok Pisin (New Guinea Pidgin), by Tom Dutton in collaboration with Dicks Thomas.