|Anglican pastor, Melbourne, Australia|
Mark Durie (born 1958, Dogura, Papua) is an Australian pastor and scholar in linguistics and theology.
Life and career
Mark Durie was educated at Canberra Grammar School in Canberra, Australia, and studied Pure Mathematics, Germanic Languages and Linguistics at the Australian National University (honours supervisors: Harold Koch and Hans Kuhn). He completed a PhD at the Australian National University in 1984 (PhD supervisor: William A. Foley). Subsequently he held visiting scholarships and fellowships at the University of Leiden (1984), Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1985), the University of California, Los Angeles (1986), Stanford University (1986) and the University of California, Santa Cruz (1986). From 1987 to 1997 he held positions of postdoctoral fellow, lecturer, senior lecturer and associate professor at the University of Melbourne. Ordained an Anglican deacon and priest at St Paul's Cathedral, Melbourne in 1999, he has served on the staff of St Mark's Camberwell and St Hilary's Kew. He holds a BTh (Hons), and DipTh from the Australian College of Theology and in 2016 completed a ThD with the Australian College of Theology and Melbourne School of Theology with a thesis entitled "Qur'ānic Theology and Biblical Reflexes in the Qur'ān". He is now vicar of Oaktree Anglican Church in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
- Durie, Mark. "The So-Called Passive of Acehnese." Language. Linguistic Society of America, Vol. 64, No. 1 (Mar., 1988), pp. 104–113 - Available at Jstor: http://www.jstor.org/stable/414788
- Durie, Mark (1985), A grammar of Acehnese : on the basis of a dialect of North Aceh (PDF) (Archive) (Verhandelingen van het Koninklijk Instituut voor Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde)." Foris Publications, 1985. ISBN 9067650749, ISBN 978-9067650748.
- Durie, Mark. "Proto-Chamic and Acehnese mid vowels : towards Proto-Aceh-Chamic." 1988. (Archive)
- Durie, Mark. "Control and decontrol in acehnese." [sic] Australian Journal of Linguistics. Volume 5, Issue 1, 1985. p. 43-53. Published online: 14 August 2008. DOI:10.1080/07268608508599335.
- Durie, Mark. "Grammatical Relations in Acehnese." Studies in Language, 1987. vol. 11, no2, pp. 365–399. ISSN 0378-4177. DOI 10.1075/sl.11.2.05dur.
- Daud, Bukhari and Mark Durie. Kamus bahasa Aceh (Volume 151 of Pacific linguistics). Pacific Linguistics, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University, 1999. ISBN 0858835061, 9780858835061.
- The Third Choice: Islam, Dhimmitude and Freedom. Deror Books, 2010.
- Creed of the Sword. (Archive) The Australian. September 23, 2006.
- Do Christians and Muslims worship the same God?
- From Broken Hill to Martin Place: Individual Jihad Comes to Australia, 1915 to 2015
- Mark Durie, "A grammar of Acehnese." PhD diss., Australian National University, 1984. The catalog record can be viewed here: http://library.anu.edu.au/search~S1?/YMark+Durie&l=&searchscope=1&b=&p=&Da=&Db=&SORT=D/YMark+Durie&l=&searchscope=1&b=&p=&Da=&Db=&SORT=D&SUBKEY=Mark+Durie/1%2C8%2C8%2CB/frameset&FF=YMark+Durie&l=&searchscope=1&b=&p=&Da=&Db=&SORT=D&3%2C3%2C. Subsequently the dissertation was revised and published in book form: Durie, Mark. A Grammar of Acehnese on the Basis of a Dialect of North Aceh. Erhandelingen van het Koninklijk Instituut voor Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde, no. 112. Dordrecht, Holland ; Cinnaminson, NJ: Foris, 1985. See http://acehbooks.org/pdf/ACEH_03107.pdf
- "Oaktree Anglican Staff". Oaktree Anglican Church. Retrieved 2016-04-07.
- "Durie, Mark, FAHA". Humanities.org.au. 1999-02-22. Retrieved 2013-09-08.
- Mark Durie (1 January 2015). "From Broken Hill to Martin Place: Individual Jihad Comes to Australia, 1915 to 2015". Retrieved 2 January 2015.
- Mark Durie's Website
- OLAC resources in and about the Achinese language - Open Language Archives Community
- "Christianity: Will the REAL Religion of Peace please step forward!" - PRODOS Worldwide