Levin and Polinsky on Austronesian morphology

Now in Linguistics, Morphology in Austronesian Languages from Maria Polinsky with former postdoc Theodore Levin. The paper "is an overview of the major morphological properties of Austronesian languages," including discussions of the distinctions between roots and stems and clitics versus affixes; of reduplication; of suf-, pre- and infixation; and of the morphosyntax of voice.