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Tue Apr 11 2000

Confs: Austronesian Formal Linguistics Association

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Message 1: Austronesian Formal Linguistics Association (AFLA7)

Date: Tue, 11 Apr 2000 09:19:39 +0200
From: M. Klamer <m.klamerlet.vu.nl>
Subject: Austronesian Formal Linguistics Association (AFLA7)

Austronesian Formal Linguistics Association 
7th Annual Meeting (AFLA7) 

Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, The Netherlands 
11-13 May, 2000

ABSTRACTS & INFORMATION: 
http://www.let.vu.nl:8100/~afla

PROGRAM: 

THURSDAY 11 MAY, 2000 

8.30-9.15 
Registration & coffee 
9.15-9.20 
Opening 

9.20-10.10 
William Foley, Sydney University 
Categorial change in Oceanic Languages: First contact on the
North New Guinea Coast 

10.10-10.40 
Ger Reesink, Leiden University 
Austronesian features in a linguistic area 

10.40-11.10 
Lily I-wen Su, National Taiwan University 
Evidentials and mental spaces: A study of Tsou narratives 

11.10-11.30 
Break 

11.30-12.00 
Shuanfan Huang, National Taiwan University 
The pragmatics of focus in Tsou and Seediq 

12.00-12.30 
Der-Hwa Victoria Rau, Providence University, Taiwan 
Word order variation and topic continuity in Atayal 

12.30-2.00 
Lunch 

2.00-2.50 
Ellen Broselow, SUNY Stony Brook 
Syntax-phonology interactions in the Makassar languages 

2.50-3.20 
Mark Hale, Concordia University, Montreal 
The morphology-phonology interface: Rotuman metathesis
revisited 

3.20-3.50 
Phil Quick, Australian National University 
A nonlinear analysis of Vowel harmony and Vowel harmony
blocking in Pendau 

3.50-4.20 
Break 

4.20-4.50 
Adam Ussishkin, UC Santa Cruz 
Fixed prosodic effects in Austronesian: An
Optimality-theoretic account 
4.50-5.20 
Katrina Hayward, SOAS, London 
Derivations vs. constraints: The [a]-[�] alternation in
Javanese 

5.20-5.50 
Paul Lassettre, University of Hawai'i 
Phonologically and morphologically grounded alternations in
Woleaian 

7 p.m. 
Conference dinner 

FRIDAY 12 MAY, 2000 

8.45-9.00 
Registration & coffee 

9.00-9.50 
Adrian Clynes, Universiti Brunei Darussalam 
Correlations of phonological structures and expressivity:
emergence of the marked? 

9.50-10.20 
Lisa deMena Travis, McGill University 
The syntax of iteration and iconicity 

10.20-10.50 
Thomas B. Klein & Meta Y. Harris, University of Manchester 
Fixed segmentism and markedness: Nominalising reduplication
in Chamorro 

10.50-11.20 
Break 

11.20-11.50 
Cabriele H. Cablitz, Max Planck Institute for
Psycholinguistics 
Nominalisation of verbal clauses in Marquesan (Oceanic) 

11.50-12.20 
Li-May Sung, National Taiwan University 
Nominalization in Rukai and Amis 

12.20-12.40 
Ritsuko Kikusawa, Australian National University 
Case marking systems in Rotuman and Fijian 

12.40-2.00 
Lunch 

2.00-2.50 
Ileana Paul, MIT/UQAM 
Concealed pseudo-clefts in Austronesian 

2.50-3.20 
William D. Davies, University of Iowa 
Against long movement in Madurese 

3.20-3.50 
Peter Cole & Gabriella Hermon, Max Planck Institute for
Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig 
Reflexives and c-command in Toba Batak 

3.50-4.20 
Break 
4.20-5.10 
Diana Massam, University of Toronto 
Nominals in Niuean 

5.10-5.30 
Business Meeting 

SATURDAY 13 MAY, 2000 

8.45-9.00 
Registration & coffee 

9.00-9.30 
Peter Cole, David Gil, Gabriella Hermon & Uri Tradmor 
Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig
& University of Delaware & University of Utrecht 
The acquisition of WH forms in Jakarta Indonesian 

9.30-10.00 
Charles Randriamasimanana, Massey University, New Zealand 
Malagasy, binary branching and null subjects 

10.00-10.20 
Break 

10.20-10.50 
Anja Letrouite & Ralf Naumann, Heinrich-Heine Universit�t,
D�sseldorf 
An interpretation of the voice affix -i in Tagalog 

10.50-11.20 
Ulrike Mosel & Jessika Reinig, University of Kiel 
Valency-changing clitics in Teop (Oceanic, Bougainville,
PNG) 

11.20-11.40 
Madelyn Kissock, Oakland University 
Structural case and argument structure in Oceanic: Evidence
from Rotuman 

11.40-12.20 
Simon Musgrave, The University of Melbourne 
Emotion verbs and grammatical functions in Indonesian 

12.20-1.40 
Lunch 

1.40-2.30 
I Wayan Arka, Udayana University, Bali, Indonesia 
Voice and being core: Evidence from (Eastern) Indonesian
languages 

2.30-3.00 
Peter K. Austin, The University of Melbourne 
Arguments and non-Arguments in Meno-Mene Sasak, eastern
Indonesia 

3.00-3.30 
Anja Latrouite, Heinrich-Heine Universit�t D�sseldorf 
Argument marking in Tagalog 

3.30-3.45 
Closing Session 

4.00 
VU Buildings Close 

ALTERNATES: 
Hasan Basri & Yiya Chen, SUNY Stony Brook 
Identity effects in Selayarese Vowel Harmony 

Alexandre Francois, Universit� Paris-III Sorbonne Nouvelle 
Vowel shifting and cloning in Motlav (Vanuatu) 

David Gil, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary
Anthropology 
Island-like phenomena in Riau Indonesian 
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