ISMIL 23 will be held on July 8-9, in Banyuwangi, Java, Indonesia.  

You can download a copy of the programme here.  

The tentative program is as follows:

23rd International Symposium on Malay/Indonesian Linguistics

Banyuwangi, Indonesia


Monday, 8 July 2019

11:00-12:50  registration

12:50-13:00  welcome

13:00-13:30  Nick Williams

                    University of Colorado, Boulder CO USA                                                            

                     Questions and responses in Jakartan Indonesian

13:30-14:00  Tessa Yuditha

                     Suluh Insan Lestari Foundation and Universitas Katolik Atma Jaya, Jakarta, Indonesia        

                     Slow or woles? English code-mixing towards borrowing in Jakarta Indonesian

14:00-14:30 Rika Mutiara                                                                                

                     Universitas Esa Unggul, Jakarta, Indonesia                                                         

                     Discourse markers sih in colloquial Jakartan Indonesian:

                     Its function of emphasizing 

14:30-15:00  Diana Stojanovic and Turro Wongkaren                                     

                     Universitas Indonesia, Depok, Indonesia                                                              

                     When is kang a mas; and are bros on the rise? Terms of address and reference in informal discussions among members of Indonesian academic community

15:00-15:30  refreshments                                                                                        

15:30-16:00  Helen Jeoung                                                                               

                     University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia PA USA                                              

                     Expanding the wh-agreement profile: Evidence from Indonesian

16:00-16:30  Carly Sommerlot                                                                          

                     University of texas at Arlington, TX USA                                                             

                     Some restrictions of verb-initial ber-V-nya constructions in Indonesian

16:30-17:00  Dominik Besier

                     Bergische Universität Wuppertal, Germany                                                         

                     The Indonesian copula adalah – What it is(n’t) and when we (don’t) need it

Tuesday, 9 July 2019

09:00-09:30  Dawid M. Gajewski and Andrea Sansò                                       

                     Università di Pavia, Italy; Università dell’Insubria, Italy                                   

                     On the semantic characterization of the two verbal prefixes *mAN- and *(mb)AR- in Malayic 

09:30-10:00  Karl Anderbeck                                                                            

                     LEAD Asia, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia                                                                  

                     The geographical distribution of the sound change PM *r > ɣ, and what that might mean for subgrouping Malayic

10:00-10:30  Maolin Wang                                                                               

                     Jinan University, Guangzhou, China

                     An acoustic analysis on vowels in Indonesian

10:30-11:00  refreshments                                                                                        

11:00-11:30  Timothy Brickell                                                                           

                    La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia                                                          

                     Language contact in North Sulawesi

11:30-12:00  Atsuko Kanda Utsumi                                                                  

                    Meisei University, Tokyo, Japan                                                                            

                     Stress in Manado Malay:

                     How word-level pitch pattern shows itself in different speech styles 

12:00-13:00  lunch                                                                                                     

13:00-13:30  Mohd Tarmizi Hasrah and Karl Anderbeck                                

                     Universiti Utara Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur Malaysia; LEAD Asia, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

                     Seeking the history of Malay in the peninsular east coast

13:30-14:00  Yoshimi Miyake                                                                            

                     Akita Univerity, Japan                                                                                              

                     What is Belitung Malay?

14:00-14:30  Rindu Parulian Simanjuntak, Juergen Martin Burkhardt, and Yap Ngee Thai           

                    Universiti Putra Malaysia, Serdang, Malaysia                                                      

                     Lexicostatistic comparison of Riau Malay varieties 

14:30-15:00  Karl Anderbeck and Diana Rozelin                                             

                    LEAD Asia, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; Universitas Islam Negeri Sultan Thaha Saifuddin, Jambi, Indonesia

                     The place of Kubu dialects in the Sumatran Malay dialect network

15:00-15:30  refreshments                                                                                        

15:30-16:00  David Moeljadi                                                                            

                      Traveloka, Singapore                                                                                                 

                     Building a treebank for Colloquial Indonesian

16:00-16:30  Peter Slomanson                                                                          

                     Tampere University, Finland                                                                                   

                     Negative complements in Malay/Indonesian and Sri Lankan Malay infinitives

16:30-17:00  David Gil                                                                                     

                     Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History, Jena, Germany       

                     Wordhood in Malay/Indonesian 

17:00-17:30  business meeting and closing

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