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I Wayan Arka
Australian National University, Canberra / Universitas Udayana, Bali
Projecting Morphology and Agreement in Morori

John Bowden
Max Planck Institute fir Evolutionary Anthropology, Jakarta
Austronesian - Non-Austronesian Contact in Maluku Utara

Mark Donohue
Australian National University, Canberra
The Sound(s) of Melanesia

Nick Evans
Australian National University, Canberra
Reevaluating Papuan Diversity: The Unsuspected Multiplicity of Southern New Guinea Language Families

Mats Exter
Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn
“Realis” and “Irrealis” in Wogeo: A Valid Category?

Bill Foley
University of Sydney
Ideology and Language Change in the Sepik

Michael C. Frank
Massachusetts Institute of Techology, Cambridge / Stanford University
Numerical Cognition in the Absence (or Temporary Unavailability) of Language for Number

Benedicte Frostad
Radboud University, Nijmegen
The Structure, Meaning and Function of Serial Verb Constructions in Ughele

David Gil
Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig
Austronesian Inheritences, Papuan Substrates, Areal Features and Internal Developments in Roon

Ariel Gutman* and Sara Karubabaª
*École Normale Supérieure, Paris, ªUniversitas Negeri Papua, Manokwari
The Pronominal System of the Ambai Language

Harald Hammarström
Chalmers Univeristy, Gothenburg
The Genetic Position of the Mawes Language

Nikolaus Himmelmann
Wesfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster / CELD, Universitas Negeri Papua, Manokwari
Prosodic Phrasing and Information Structure

Darja Hoenigman
Australian National University, Canberra
From Mountain Talk to Hidden Talk: Continuity and Change in Awiakay Registers

Gary Holton
University of Alaska, Fairbanks
Landscape and Spatial Orientation in Western Pantar (Lamma)

Thomas Honeyman
Australian National University, Canberra
Represented Speech, Thought and Unfulfilled Desires: Constructing Intersubjectivity in Momu, a Language of Papua New Guinea

Tom Conners and Betty Litamahuputty
Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Jakarta
WORKSHOP: The Jakarta Lexical Database Project

David Kamholz
University of California, Berkeley
Moor Tonal Phonology

Marian Klamer
Leiden University
Papuan-Austronesian Language Contact in Alor Pantar: Alorese Grammar in Areal Perspective

Helena Lopez Palma
University of A Coruña
The Relation between Speech and Song in the Vocal Music of New Guinea

John McWhorter
Manhattan Institute, New York
Affixless in Indonesia: The Abnormality of Flores

Mike Moxness
Morphosyntactic Correlates of Reference in Auye

Bill Palmer* and Bethwyn Evansª
*University of Newcastle, NSW, ªMax Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig
Contact-Induced Change in Southern Bougainville: Papuan Features in a Grammatically Aberrant Austronesian Subgroup

Ger Reesink
Lessons from Typological Comparison: The Difficulties and Discoveries of a Standardised Approach

Yusuf Sawaki*, Apriani Arilahaª, Sutriani Narfafanª and Alexander Lochª
*Australian National University, Canberra / Universitas Negeri Papua, ªUniversitas Negeri Papua,
Doing It the Papuan Way: Language Documentation at the CELD in Manokwari

Shiohara, Asako
Tokyo University of Foreign Studies
Verb Types and Semantic Roles of Person Markers of Kui, Alor

Kenneth Sumbuk
University of Papua New Guinea / James Cook University
Linguistic Training in Papua New Guinea

Tobias Weber
University of Zurich / Universität Leipzig
The Verb System of Sentani: An Overview

Carl Whitehead and Pat Whitehead
Towards a Typology of Spatial Deictic Systems in Papuan Languages

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