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 Monday 6 August
0900 - 1000 registration
1000 - 1030 opening
1030 - 1100 refreshments
1100 - 1130Challenges of developing a balanced Indonesian corpus
I Wayan Arka, Jane Simpson, Avery Andrews and Mary Dalrymple
Australian National University, Canberra / University of Sydney, Sydney
1130 - 1200Stemming Indonesian words without a dictionary
Vinsensius Berlian Vega and Stéphane Bressan
Genome Institute of Singapore, Singapore / National University of Singapore, Singapore
1200 - 1230Talking about hybrids: A cross-linguistic experimental study
David Gil and Yeshayahu Shen
Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig / Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv
1230 - 1400 lunch
1400 - 1430The notion of instrument in Malay language
Bali Ranaivo-Malançon
Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang
1430 - 1500Agentless Passives in Tanjung Pauh Mudik Kerinci
Timothy McKinnon, Peter Cole and Gabriella Hermon
University of Delaware, Newark
1500 - 1530The typology of plural personal pronouns in Papuan, Ambonese and Manado Malay: Malay varieties of eastern Indonesia
Johnli H. Lumi
Universitas Negeri Papua, Manokwari
1530 - 1600 refreshments
1600 - 1630Pragmatic versus grammatical coding of time: The acquisition of TAM markers in an Italian-Indonesian bilingual child
Antonia Soriente
Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Jakarta
1630 - 1700Incomplete Laryngeal Neutralization in Standard Malay
Husni Abu Bakar, Karthik Durvasula, Nadya Pincus and Timothy McKinnon
University of Delaware, Newark
 Tuesday 7 August
0930 - 1000Drop, rattle and roll: Reflexes of Proto-Malayic *i, *u and *r in southern Sumatra
Karl Anderbeck
SIL Indonesia Branch, Jakarta
1000 - 1030The Malays of southern Sumatra: Unity in Diversity
Jonathan E. McDowell
SIL Indonesia Branch, Jakarta
1030 - 1100 refreshments
1100 - 1130A typology of stress, and where Malay/Indonesian fits in
David Gil
Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig
1130 - 1200Between Scylla and Carybdis: Stress and Circumfixation in Indonesian
Tom Conners
Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Jakarta
1200 - 1230Conditions on stress in varieties of Malay/Indonesian
Mark Donohue
Monash University, Melbourne
1230 - 1400 lunch
1400 - 1515General Discussion
Uri Tadmor (chairperson)
1515 - 1530 Business Meeting
1530 - 1600 refreshments
1600 - 1630Borrowed elements in the Malay-Indonesian numeral system
Uri Tadmor
Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Jakarta
1630 - 1700Typology of Malay Contact Varieties: A preliminary study
Scott Paauw
State University of New York at Buffalo, Buffalo
 Wednesday 8 August
0900 - 0930Does passive exist in Melayu Papua?
Yusuf Sawaki
Universitas Negeri Papua, Manokwari
0930 - 1000On syntactical paradigm of causative constructions in Melayu Papua
Wiem Burung and Yusuf Sawaki
SIL Kangaroo Ground / Universitas Negeri Papua, Manokwari
1000 - 1030A description of some linguistic and sociolinguistic features of Papuan Malay
SIL Papuan Malay survey team
SIL Indonesia Branch, Sentani
1030 - 1100 refreshments
1100 - 1230General Discussion
Mark Donohue, David Gil, Scott Paauw (panelists)
1230 - 1300 closing
1300 - 1800 excursion and cultural events
1800 - banquet

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