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 Thursday 26 June
0800 - 0830 registration
0830 - 0845 opening
0845 - 0930Does Indonesian Have Adjectives
Hein Steinhauer
Universiteit Leiden, Leiden, The Netherlands
 Syntax & Semantics
0930 - 1000Directed Motion in Languages of Indonesia and Implications for the Directionality-Resultativity Correlation
Minjeong Son and Peter Svenonius
University of Tromsø, Tromsø, Norway
1000 - 1030 refreshments
1030 - 1100Sorba: A Minangkabau Ludling
Sophie Crouch
University of Western Australia, Perth, WA, Australia
1100 - 1130Indonesian Phonological Acquisition of a Child of Deaf Adults (CODA) in Bengkala Deaf Community, Bali, Indonesia
Made Hery Santosa
Ganesha University of Education, Singaraja, Indonesia
1130 - 1200Coda Condition and Dialectal Variations in Malay: A Constraint-Based Analysis
Zaharani Ahmad
Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Bangi, Malaysia
1200 - 1230The Phonology of North Selangor Temuan
Looi Siew Teip
Universiti Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
1230 - 1330 lunch
1330 - 1400Voice and Extraction in Tanjung Pauh Mudik Kerinci
Peter Cole, Gabriella Hermon and Tim McKinnon
University of Delaware, Newark, DE, USA
1400 - 1430Aspectual Effects of the Prefix meN- in Malay
Hooi Ling Soh and Hiroki Nomoto
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, MN, USA
1430 - 1500A Unified Analysis of Funny Control
Hiroki Nomoto
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, MN, USA
1500 - 1530Yet Another Explanation of Di-
Sander Adelaar
Asia Institute, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, VIC, Australia
1530 - 1600 refreshments
 Syntax, Semantics, Discourse
1600 - 1630Satu sama Lain: A Not So Popular Reciprocal Marker Makes a Career in Typology
Thomas Hanke
Freie Universität Berlin, Berlin, Germany
1630 - 1700Verb Nominalization and Thematization with the Suffix -nya in Indonesian
Philippe Grangé
Université de La Rochelle, La Rochelle, France
1700 - 1730Pronominal Shift in Indonesian reported Speech: A Discourse-Based Study
Juliana Wijaya
University of California at Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA, USA
1730 - 1815Forml (Written) Indonesian Is "Hot" and Informal (Spoken) Indonesian Is "Cool"?
Yassir Nasanius Tjung
Universitas Katolik Indonesia Atma Jaya, Jakarta, Indonesia
 Friday 27 June
0845 - 0930The Diachrony of Malay: What "Just Happens"?
John McWhorter
Manhattan Institute, New York, NY, USA
 Language Contact
0930 - 1000Why Malay/Indonesian Undressed: Contact, Geography, and the Roll of the Dice
David Gil
Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig, Germany
1000 - 1030 refreshments
 Panel Discussion
1030 - 1145Why Malay Simplified
1145 - 1230Loan-words in Indonesian and Malay, Past History and Future Possibilities
Russell Jones
Indonesian Etymological Project, UK
1230 - 1330 lunch
 Distant Islands
1330 - 1400Progressive Aspect in Sri Lankan Malay and the Syntactic Status of ambe(l)
Peter Slomanson
City University of New York, NY, USA
1400 - 1430Uncommon Two Orders of NUM, ADJ and N in Sri Lanka Malay
Sebastian Nordhoff
Universiteit Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
1430 - 1500How Could Dhivehi (Maldivian) Be Placed on the Malay/Austronesian Linguistic Map?
Gérard Robuchon
Jaffna, Sri Lanka
1500 - 1530Endangered Malay Varieties: The Malay Contact Varieties of Eastern Indonesia
Scott Paauw
State University of New York at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY, USA
1530 - 1600 refreshments
 Language Contact, Language Change
1600 - 1630Phonological Borrowing in Indonesian
Uri Tadmor
Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Jakarta, Indonesia
1630 - 1700Contemporary Indonesian Syntax: Some Evidence of Innovations and Language Change
Bambang Kaswanti Purwo
Universitas Katolik Indonesia Atma Jaya, Jakarta, Indonesia
1700 - 1730The Types of Code Switching Used by Minang Speakers
Yusrita Yanti
Universitas Katolik Indonesia Atma Jaya, Jakarta & Universitas Bung Hatta, Padang, Indonesia
1730 - 1800Seventeenth Century Malay via Thomas Bowrey's Bilingual Dictionary Published in 1701
Mashudi Kader
International Institute for Asia Studies, Leiden, The Netherlands
1800 - 1830 business meeting
1830 - 1845 closing

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