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  1. David Gil, Symposium on Malay/Indonesian Linguistics: Programme

Message 1: Symposium on Malay/Indonesian Linguistics: Programme

Date: Mon, 17 May 1999 14:48:38 +0200
From: David Gil <gileva.mpg.de>
Subject: Symposium on Malay/Indonesian Linguistics: Programme

UNIVERSITY OF AMSTERDAM
ASSOCIATION FOR LINGUISTIC TYPOLOGY

The Third
SYMPOSIUM ON MALAY / INDONESIAN LINGUISTICS

24-25 August 1999

Room 105, P.C.Hoofthuis Building, Spuistraat 134
University of Amsterdam
Amsterdam, The Netherlands

PRELIMINARY PROGRAMME

Tuesday, 24 August, 1999

0830 - 0900
registration

0900 - 0910
opening words

0910 - 1000
Keynote Address
"The Acquisition and Implementation of Borrowed Traditions in
Indonesian Malay"
Waruno Mahdi
(The Fritz Haber Institute of the Max Planck Society, Germany)

1000 - 1030
refreshments

1030 - 1110
"Focus in Manado Malay: Intonation, Syntax and Particles"
Ruben Stoel
(Leiden University, The Netherlands)

1110 - 1150
"The Difference in Meaning between Two Question-Marking Contours
in Ambonese Malay"
Albert C. Remijsen and Johnny Tjia
(Leiden University, The Netherlands / Summer Institute of
Linguistics, Indonesia)

1150 - 1230
"Signalling of Focus and Prosodic Boundaries in Jakartan Indonesian"
Lilie Roosman, Ellen van Zanten and Vincent J. van Heuven
(Leiden University, The Netherlands / Universitas Indonesia,
Indonesia)

1230 - 1400
lunch

1400 - 1440
"Perception of Emotions in Indonesian Speech Utterances by Native
and Foreign Listeners"
Myrna Laksman and Vincent J. van Heuven
(Leiden University, The Netherlands / Universitas Indonesia,
Indonesia)

1440 - 1520
"Position, Shape and Acceptability of Accent-Lending Pitch
Movements in Indonesian"
Ellen van Zanten and Vincent J. van Heuven
(Leiden University, The Netherlands)

1520 - 1600
"Substrate Language and Stress in Indonesian"
Rob Goedemans and Ellen van Zanten
(Leiden University, The Netherlands)

1600 - 1630
refreshments

1630 - 1710
"An Analysis of Indonesian Word Stress"
Janet Y. Yong
(Universiti Malaya, Malaysia)

1710 - 1750
"The Story of /s/"
Alan Stevens
(City University of New York, USA)

1750 - 1830
"A Preliminary Investigation of the Phonology of Baba Hokkien of
Penang"
Boon Seong Teoh and Beng Soon Lim
(National University of Singapore, Singapore)


Wednesday, 25 August, 1999

0900 - 0940
"Between Betawi Malay and Jakarta Indonesian"
Uri Tadmor
(Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Indonesia)

0940 - 1020
"The Emergence and Structure of Steurtjestaal, A Mixed Orphanage
Language of Colonial Java"
Hadewych A. van Rheeden
(University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands)

1020 - 1050 refreshments

1050 - 1130
"Reduplicated Word Formation in Malay and Japanese: A Contrastive
Analysis of Reduplicated Adjectives between Malay and Japanese"
Yuko Fujimura
(National University of Singapore, Singapore)

1130 - 1210
"Adnominal Modification in Indonesian"
John Verhaar
(The Hague, The Netherlands)

1210 - 1250
"Riau Indonesian: A Language without Reference and Predication?"
David Gil
(Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Germany)

1250 - 1430
lunch

1430 - 1510
"A Preliminary Sketch of Bintulu Grammar with Some Evidence of
Malay Stratum"
Mika Ashizu
(University of Hawai'i at Manoa, USA)

1510 - 1550
"Verb Sequences in Melayu Tenggara Jauh: The Interface of Malay
and the Indigenous Languages of Southwest Maluku"
Aone van Engelenhoven
(Leiden University, The Netherlands)

1550 - 1630
"An Experimental Study of Normal and Aphasic Comprehension of
Thematic Role Assignment in Standard Indonesian"
Whitney Anne Postman and Gita Martohardjono
(Cornell University, USA / City University of New York, USA)

1630 - 1700
refreshments

1700 - 1740
"Openings in Indonesian Telephone Conversations"
Louise Baird
(Australian National University, Australia)

1740 - 1820
"The Indonesian Speech Act of Prohibiting
Among Members of the Batak Speech Community"
Asim Gunarwan
(Universitas Indonesia, Indonesia)



For further information, and occasional updates, visit the
symposium webpage:

http://www.ling.udel.edu/pcole/MalayIndonesian3/index.htm



Co-organizers:

Peter Cole
University of Delaware

David Gil
Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology , Leipzig

Uri Tadmor
Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Jakarta



The Symposium is being held immediately prior to the
Third Meeting of the Association for Linguistic Typology,
26-29 August 1999, also at the University of Amsterdam.
Visit the ALT webpage: http://148.88.14.7:80/alt/.


- 
David Gil

Department of Linguistics
Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology
Inselstrasse 22, D-04103 Leipzig, Germany

Telephone: 49-341-9952310
Fax: 49-341-9952119
Email: gileva.mpg.de
Webpage: http://monolith.eva.mpg.de/~gil/
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