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Karl Anderbeck
SIL Indonesia Branch, Jakarta
Drop, rattle and roll: Reflexes of Proto-Malayic *i, *u and *r in southern Sumatra

I Wayan Arka, Jane Simpson, Avery Andrews and Mary Dalrymple
Australian National University, Canberra / University of Sydney, Sydney
Challenges of developing a balanced Indonesian corpus

Wiem Burung and Yusuf Sawaki
SIL Kangaroo Ground / Universitas Negeri Papua, Manokwari
On syntactical paradigm of causative constructions in Melayu Papua

Tom Conners
Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Jakarta
Between Scylla and Carybdis: Stress and Circumfixation in Indonesian

Mark Donohue
Monash University, Melbourne
Conditions on stress in varieties of Malay/Indonesian

David Gil
Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig
A typology of stress, and where Malay/Indonesian fits in

David Gil and Yeshayahu Shen
Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig / Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv
Talking about hybrids: A cross-linguistic experimental study

Husni Abu Bakar, Karthik Durvasula, Nadya Pincus and Timothy McKinnon
University of Delaware, Newark
Incomplete Laryngeal Neutralization in Standard Malay

SIL Papuan Malay survey team
SIL Indonesia Branch, Sentani
A description of some linguistic and sociolinguistic features of Papuan Malay

Johnli H. Lumi
Universitas Negeri Papua, Manokwari
The typology of plural personal pronouns in Papuan, Ambonese and Manado Malay: Malay varieties of eastern Indonesia

Jonathan E. McDowell
SIL Indonesia Branch, Jakarta
The Malays of southern Sumatra: Unity in Diversity

Timothy McKinnon, Peter Cole and Gabriella Hermon
University of Delaware, Newark
Agentless Passives in Tanjung Pauh Mudik Kerinci

Scott Paauw
State University of New York at Buffalo, Buffalo
Typology of Malay Contact Varieties: A preliminary study

Bali Ranaivo-Malançon
Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang
The notion of instrument in Malay language

Yusuf Sawaki
Universitas Negeri Papua, Manokwari
Does passive exist in Melayu Papua?

Antonia Soriente
Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Jakarta
Pragmatic versus grammatical coding of time: The acquisition of TAM markers in an Italian-Indonesian bilingual child

Uri Tadmor
Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Jakarta
Borrowed elements in the Malay-Indonesian numeral system

Vinsensius Berlian Vega and Stéphane Bressan
Genome Institute of Singapore, Singapore / National University of Singapore, Singapore
Stemming Indonesian words without a dictionary

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