Roger Green, 1932-2009: Linguistic Archaeologist
Roger Green, probably the most influential figure in the field of Oceanic prehistory over the past 50 years, died in Auckland on October 4, 2009, aged 77. Although best known for his archaeological work on human settlement of the Pacific, Green also made important contributions to Oceanic historical linguistics, especially to the synthesis of linguistic evidence with that of other historical disciplines. Green’s scholarly career grew into a kind of giant banyan tree, spreading in many...[Show more]
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