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Programme

(a pdf version of the programme is available here)

Wednesday 27 July 2005
  
0800 - 0830registration
0830 - 0900opening ceremony
  
 KEYNOTE ADDRESS
0900 - 1000Voice in Malay/Indonesian - An Outsider's Perspective
Bernard Comrie

Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig
  
1000 - 1030refreshments
  
SESSION 1:GRAMMAR
1030 - 1100Voice and Transitivity in Malay Varieties
Mark Donohue

National University of Singapore, Singapore
1100 - 1130The Status of P2 in Jakarta Indonesian
Peter Cole, Gabriella Hermon and Yassir Tjung
University of Delaware, Newark
1130 - 1200On Indefinite Subjects of Pivot Verbs in Malay
Hiroki Nomoto

Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Bangi
  
1200 - 1330lunch
  
SESSION 2:ACQUISITION
1330 - 1400Apophony and Chiming Words in Malay
Gilles Boyé

Université Nancy 2, Nancy
1400 - 1430How Complex Are My Structures?
The Communicative Competence of Singapore Malay Preschool Children

Norhaida Aman, Noormala Atan, Nurlieja Onnawaty Mas'od & Suriati Abdollah

National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological Institute, Singapore
1430 - 1500Can You Drink a Book in Malay/Indonesian?
Variation Across Isolect, Socio-Economic Status and Age

David Gil

Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig
  
1500 - 1530refreshments
  
SESSION 3:GRAMMAR
1530 - 1600Nya in Indonesian
Sasi Rekha D/O Muthiah

National University of Singapore, Singapore
1600 - 1630On the Multifunctionality of Compound Prepositions in Indonesian
Dwi Noverini Djenar

La Trobe University, Melbourne
1630 - 1700Combinations of Aspect Markers in Written Indonesian
Philippe Grangé

Université de La Rochelle, La Rochelle
1700 - 1730Presence or Absence of Ada with Certain Verbs in Older Malay Texts
Bambang Kaswanti Purwo

Universitas Katolik Indonesia Atma Jaya, Jakarta
  
Thursday 28 July 2005
  
SESSION 4:SEMARANG
0900 - 0930What Kind of Linguistic Creature is Semarangan?
Uri Tadmor

Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Jakarta
0930 - 1000Nominal Marking in Semarangan Indonesian-Javanese
Tom Conners

Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Jakarta
  
1000 - 1030refreshments
  
SESSION 5:GRAMMAR
1030 - 1100Sinhala Influence on the Morphosyntax of Deontic Modality in Colombo and Kirinda Malay
Peter Slomanson

City University of New York, New York
1100 - 1130Anaphora in Jambi Malay
Peter Cole, Gabriella Hermon, Sachie Kotanie, Sean Madigan, Changyong Sim and Yanti

University of Delaware, Newark
1130 - 1200Direct Reported Speech in Conversational Indonesian:
Grammatical Constructs and Discourse Practices

Juliana Wijaya

UCLA, Los Angeles / Universitas Kristen Petra, Surabaya
  
1200 - 1330lunch
  
 PANEL DISCUSSION
1330 - 1500Methodological Issues in Malay/Indonesian Linguistics
[panelists TBA]
  
1500 - 1530refreshments
  
SESSION 6:MORPHOLOGY AND LEXICON
1530 - 1600Collocation of Lexical Items in Minangkabau Language
Yusrita Yanti

Universitas Bung Hatta, Padang
1600 - 1630Personal Names in Minangkabau
Rina Marnita

Universitas Andalas, Padang
  
1700 -lakeside banquet
  
Friday 29 July 2005
  
SESSION 7:PHONOLOGY
0830 - 0900Prenasalization as a Boundary Marker in Traditional Jambi Malay
Uri Tadmor and Yanti

Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Jakarta
0900 - 0930Booed Off the Stage: When Funny Nasals Just Aren't Funny Anymore
Eric Seidlitz

Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Bangi
0930 - 1000Duration in Spoken Malay Texts: Is Malay a Syllable-Timed Language?
Gerry Knowles and Zuraidah Mohd Don

Lancaster University, Lancaster / Universiti Malaya, Kuala Lumpur
  
1000 - 1030refreshments
  
SESSION 8:FROM PAPUA TO SRI LANKA
1030 - 1100An Agreement between the Head of Noun Phrase and Personal Pronouns in Melayu-Papua Syntax
Yusuf Sawaki

Universitas Negeri Papua, Manokwari
1100 - 1130Aji: One Language from Twelve;
A Brief Description of an Interesting Malay Dialect in South Sumatra

Karl Anderbeck

Summer Institute of Linguistics, Jakarta
1130 - 1200Finiteness and Pseudo-Affixation in Sri Lankan Malay
Peter Slomanson

City University of New York, New York
  
1200 - 1330lunch
  
SESSION 9:MISCELLANEOUS
1330 - 1400Bazaar Malay (or Bazaar Malayisms) in Colonial Grammars
Hans Den Besten

Universiteit Amsterdam, Amsterdam
1400 - 1430Imperfect Perfection: Claims and Capabilities of Indonesian Orthographies
Jan Wohlgemuth

Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig
1430 - 1500Lexical Typology Meets Malay/Indonesian:
The Case of Aqua-Motion Lexicon

Svetlana G. Kramarova and Yuri A. Lander

Institute of Oriental Studies, Moscow
1500 - 1530Synaesthetic Metaphors in Indonesian: Preliminary Investigations
Yeshayahu Shen and David Gil

Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv / Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig
  
1530 - 1600refreshments
  
  
1600 - 1630closing ceremony
  
Saturday 30 July 2005
  
0800 -excursion

(a pdf version of the programme is available here)

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