1. Brenna Reinhart Byrd and Andrew Miles Byrd. “Teaching Proto-Indo-European as a Constructed Language”, Jeffrey Penske, Amy Fountain, and Nathan Sanders (eds.), Language Invention in Linguistics Pedagogy, Oxford: OUP (2020).
  2. Andrew Miles Byrd. “Motivating Lindeman’s Law“, Adam Alvah Catt, Ronald I. Kim, and Brent Vine (eds.), QAZZU warrai: Anatolian and Indo-European Studies in Honor of Kazuhiko Yoshida,  6-20 (2019).
  3. Phillip Barnett and Andrew Miles Byrd. “A Markedly Different Approach: an Experimental Look at the Rarity of PIE */b/” (submitted).
  4. Andrew Miles Byrd. “The Phonology of Proto-Indo-European“, Comparative Indo-European Linguistics. An International Handbook of Language Comparison and the Reconstruction of Indo-European, vol. 3 (2018).
  5. Andrew Miles Byrd. “The Rules of Reconstruction: Making Our Etymologies More Grounded“, Etymology and the European Lexicon, Proceedings of the 14th Fachtagung of the Indogermanische Gesellschaft17-22 September 2012, Copenhagen, Denmark, 81-91 (2017).
  6. Joseph Rhyne and Andrew Miles Byrd. “Stressful Conversions: Internal Derivation within the Compositional Approach“, Tavet Tat Satyam. Studies in Honor of Jared S. Klein on the Occasion of His Seventieth Birthday, 322-333 (2016).
  7. Andrew Miles Byrd. “Schwa Indogermanicum and Compensatory Lengthening“, Sahasram Ati Srajas. Indo-Iranian and Indo-European Studies in Honor of Stephanie W. Jamison, 18-28 (2016).
  8. Andrew Miles Byrd. Deriving Dreams from the Divine: Hittite tesha-/zash(a)i-“, Historische Sprachforschung 124, 96-105 (2011 [2012]).
  9. Andrew Miles Byrd. Predicting Indo-European Syllabi cation through Phonotactic Analysis“, The Sound of Indo European – selected papers from the conference, held in Copenhagen 16-19 April 2009, 9-28 (2011).
  10. Andrew Miles Byrd. “Motivating Sievers’ Law“, Proceedings of the 21st Annual UCLA Indo-European Conference, 45-67 (2010).
  11. Andrew Miles Byrd. “Return to Dative anmaimm“, Ériu 56, 145-55 (2006)