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*Döhler, Christian (2013) [http://scholarspace.manoa.hawaii.edu/handle/10125/26087/ "Don't talk to him! His family speaks a bit mixed." Multilingualism from the perspective of the documenter]. presentation at the 3rd International Conference on Language Documentation and Conservation (ICLDC). Accessed on 2019-11-12.
* {{Cite thesis |last=Döhler |first=Christian |title=Komnzo: A language of Southern New Guinea |date=2016 |degree=PhD |publisher=The Australian National University |url=https://openresearch-repository.anu.edu.au/handle/1885/107178 |doi=10.25911/5D778A5C79763 |doi-access=free |hdl=1885/107178 |hdl-access=free}}
* {{Cite book |url=http://langsci-press.org/catalog/book/212 |title=A Grammar of Komnzo |series=Studies in Diversity Linguistics 22 |last=Döhler |first=Christian |date=2018 |publisher=Language Science Press |isbn=978-3-96110-125-2 |location=Berlin |doi=10.5281/zenodo.1477799 |doi-access=free |ref=harv}}
*Evans, Nicholas, I Wayan Arka, Matthew Carroll, Christian Döhler, Eri Kashima, Emil Mittag, Kyla Quinn, Jeff Siegel, Philip Tama & Charlotte van Tongeren. (2017) ''The languages of Southern New Guinea''. In Bill Palmer (ed.), The languages and linguistics of the New Guinea area, 641–774. Berlin; Boston: Walter de Gruyter. {{ISBN|978-3-11-029525-2}}. Accessed on 2019-11-12.