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 Friday 12 June
0915 - 0950 registration
0950 - 1000 opening
 Session 1: Voice
1000 - 1040The Typology of Voice in Malayic: The Development of Agent-Demoting Passives
Tim McKinnon*, Peter Cole*, Yanti° & Gabriella Hermon*
*University of Delaware, Newark DE, USA, °Universitas Katolik Atma Jaya, Jakarta, Indonesia
1040 - 1110 refreshments
 Session 2: Voice
1110 - 1150On the Use of prefix nge- in Jakarta Children's and Young Adult's Speech
Bernadette Kushartanti
Universitas Indonesia, Jakarta, Indonesia
1150 - 1230Nasal Assimilation and Substitution in Standard Indonesian: Evidence from Production Task in Loanwords
Okki Ferdinand
Cornell University, Ithaca NY, USA
1230 - 1330 lunch
 Session 3: Pragmatics and Information Structure
1330 - 1410Inferential Evidence and Colloquial Malay Sentence Final punya
Hooi Ling Soh
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis MN, USA
1410 - 1450Pragmatic Uses of Evidential and Epistemic Markers in Conversational Indonesian
Juliana Wijaya* & Foong Ha Yap°
*UCLA, Los Angenes CA, USA, °Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong, China
1450 - 1530Towards an Account of Colloquial Jakarta Indonesian Information Structure
John Bowden
Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Jakarta, Indonesia
1530 - 1600 refreshments
 Session 4: Semantics and Metaphor
1600 - 1640The Distribution of Malay Hati and Lamahalot one-k in the Metaphorical Expression of Emotions
Elvis Albertus Bin Toni
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
1640 - 1720Color Categories in Kerinci Language
Lidia Kristri Afrilia* & Resi Silvia°
*Universitas Indonesia, Jakarta, Indonesia, °Universitas Negeri Padang, Padang, Indonesia
 Saturday 13 June
 Session 5: Kupang Malay
0920 - 1000Mood System of Text in Gospel of Mark, New Testament Using Kupang Malay Language: A Systemic Functional Linguistic Analysis
Magdalena Ngongo
Artha Wacana Christian University, Kupang, Indonesia
1000 - 1040Kupang Malay Kinship Terms and Their Function in Linguistic Politeness
Sondang Leoanak
Politeknik Pertanian Negeri, Kupang, Indonesia
1040 - 1110 refreshments
 Session 6: Time and Tense
1110 - 1150Competing Perspectives on Restructuring the Morphosyntax of Time
Peter Slomanson
University of Tampere, Tampere, Finland
1150 - 1230The Development of Malay Future Markers
M. Umar Muslim
Universitas Indonesia, Jakarta, Indonesia
1230 - 1330 lunch
 Session 7: Reference
1330 - 1410Definiteness and Referencing with -nya, iti, itu and dia/ia
Yoshimi Miyake
Akita University, Akita, Japan
1410 - 1450Why Third Person Singular Possessive Suffixes Are Suitable as Definite Determiners
Doris Gerland
Heinrich Heine University, Dusseldorf, Germany
1450 - 1530Coding of "Active" Entities in Standard Indonesian
Asako Shiohara
ILCAA, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Tokyo, Japan
1530 - 1600 refreshments
 Session 8: Morphosyntax
1600 - 1640Nominal Predicate Constructions in Indonesian
David Moeljadi
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
1640 - 1720Reduplication of Adverbs in Minangkabau Language
Yusrita Yanti, Eriza Nelfi & Iman Laili
Universitas Bung Hatta, Padang, Indonesia
1720 - 1800Hierarchic Structure in Riau Indonesian
David Gil
Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig, Germany
 Sunday 14 June
 Session 9:
0940 - 1010 Book Launch, Introduction to Seloko Institute
1010 - 1040 Business Meeting
1040 - 1110 refreshments
 Session 10: Phonology
1110 - 1150Syllable Structure in Kerinci
Tim Mchinnon* & Ernanda°
*University of Delaware, Newark DE, USA, °Universiteit Leiden, Leiden, The Netherlands
1150 - 1230Probabilistic Phonotactics in Indonesian
Diana Stojanovic
University of Hawai'I, Honolulu HI, USA
1230 - 1330 lunch
 Session 11: Special Registers
1330 - 1410First Mention and Second Mention Reference in Oral Narratives by Bilingual Elementary School Children
Katharina Endriati Sukamto
Universitas Katolik Atma Jaya, Jakarta, Indonesia
1410 - 1450Register Specific Properties of Jakarta Indonesian SMS: A Corpus Study
Thomas Conners and Claudia Brugman
University of Maryland, College Park MD, USA
1450 - 1530Indonesian Words in Basa Walikan Malangan
Nurenzia Yannuar
Universiteit Leiden, Leiden, The Netherlands / Universitas Negeri Malang, Malang, Indonesia
1530 - 1600 refreshments
 Session 12: Across the Archipelago
1600 - 1640Language Attitudes of Woirata, An Endangered Language on Kisar Island, Southwest Maluku, Indonesia
Nazarudin
Universiteit Leiden, Leiden, The Netherlands
1640 - 1720Asserting Peripherality in Sulawesi: Local Varieties and the Rejection of Jakarta-Based Norms
Anthony Jukes
La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia
1720 - 1800A Preliminary (Malayic) Dialectology of the Northwest Portion of West Kalimantan Province
Albertus and Karl Anderbeck*
*Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Bangi, Malaysia
1800 - 1810 closing

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