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 Thursday 14 July
0815 - 0850 registration
0850 - 0900 opening
 Session 1: Jakarta
0900 - 0930Towards a Full Account of Colloquial Jakarta Indonesian Grammar
John Bowden
Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Tokyo, Japan
0930 - 1000Discourse Conditions on Null Anaphora in Colloquial Indonesian
Thomas J. Conners, Claudia.M. Brugman & N.B. Adams
University of Maryland, College Park, MD, USA
1000 - 1030Comparative Study of Register-Specific Properties of Indonesian SMS and Twitter: Implications for NLP
Claudia M. Brugman and Thomas J. Conners
University of Maryland, College Park, MD, USA
1030 - 1100 refreshments
 Session 2: Wallacea
1100 - 1130Voice in “Eventive” Coordinate Clauses in Standard and Colloquial Indonesian and Sumbawa Malay
Asako Shiohara
Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Tokyo, Japan
1130 - 1200Possession and Reference in Manado Malay
Anthony Jukes & Asako Shiohara
Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Tokyo, Japan
1200 - 1230Towards an Account of Makassar Indonesian Stress
Anthony Jukes
Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Tokyo, Japan
1230 - 1400 lunch
 Session 3: Sumatra
1400 - 1430Nyo and Punyo: Nominalization Constructions in Melayu Palembang
Srinawati
Wayne State University, Detroit, MI, USA
1430 - 1500Dialectology of Orang Rimba on the Island of Sumatra: The Study of Linguistic
Diana Rozelin
IAIN Sulthan Thaha Saifuddin Jambi, Jambi, Indonesia
1500 - 1530Relative Clauses in Indonesian and Pondok Tinggi
Ernanda & °Ekarina Winarto
*Leiden University, Leiden, The Netherlands, °Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, USA
1530 - 1600Two Nasal Prefixes in Kerinci
Ernanda* & Timothy McKinnon°
*Leiden University, Leiden, The Netherlands, °University of Maryland, College Park, MD, USA
1600 - 1630 refreshments
 Session 4: Eastern Isands
1630 - 1700Uncover the Linguistic Emotional Expressions in Lamaholot Language and the Contribution of Bahasa Indonesia in a Language Contact Situation
Elvis Albertus Bin Toni
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
1700 - 1730A Systemic-Functional Linguistic Analysis of Clauses Relationship in Written Text of Luke Gospel, New Testament Using Kupang Malay
Magdalena Ngongo
Artha Wacana Christian University, Kupang, NTT, Indonesia
1730 - 1800Causatives in Papuan Malay: Semantic and Structural Properties
Yusuf Sawaki and Jean Lekeneny
Universitas Papua, Manokwari, Papua Barat, Indonesia
 Friday 15 July
 Session 5: Second-Language Acquisition
0930 - 1000A Few ‘Aha’ Moments: Reflections on Indonesian Language Learning
Juliana Wijaya
UCLA, Los Angeles, CA, USA
1000 - 1030A New Beginner’s Level Textbook for the Indonesian Language
Uli Kozok
Honolulu, HI, USA
1030 - 1100 refreshments
 Session 6: Semantics and Pragmatics
1100 - 1130Semantic Extension of Indonesian Verb "Dapat": A Cognitive Perspective
Aarin Tirza Sirima
National Taiwan University, Taipei, Republic of China
1130 - 1200Collostructional Analysis Meets Metaphors: A study on Indonesian Near-Synonyms of HAPPINESS
Gede Primahadi-Wijaya-Rajeg
Monash University, Melbourne, Australia
1200 - 1230Addressing Family Members in Malay: A Pilot Study of Young Adults
Nor Shahila Mansor* & John Hajek°
*Universiti Putra Malaysia, Serdang, Malaysia & °University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia
1230 - 1400 lunch
 Session 7: Grammar
1400 - 1430The Representation of the Indonesian Passive with Bound Pronouns ku and kau
Ika Nurhayani
Universitas Brawijaya, Malang, Jawa Timur, Indonesia
1430 - 1500Ada Sentences
David Moeljadi
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
1500 - 1530Plurality and Pluractionality in Indonesian
Antonia Soriente
University of Naples "L'Orientale", Naples, Italy
1530 - 1600On Certain Distributional Restrictions on the Discourse Particle punya in Colloquial Malay
Hooi Ling Soh
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, USA
1600 - 1630 refreshments
 Session 8: The Peninsula
1630 - 1700A Description of Kedah Malay Spoken by Thai Speakers in Langkawi and Satun: A Preliminary Study
Nor Hashimah Jalaluddin* & Zaharani Ahmad°
*Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Bangi, Malaysia & °Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
1700 - 1730Towards a Proper Description of Vowel Lowering in Malay
Hiroki Nomoto
Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Tokyo, Japan
1730 - 1800Malay "macam" (Like) is 'macam so KL' (Kuala Lumpur): Evidence of Transnational Metrolingualism in Cosmopolitan Malay Discourse?
Sarah Lee
University of Nottingham, Semenyih, Malaysia
 Saturday 16 July
 Session 9: Data, Description, Analysis
0900 - 0930Describing Malayic: When Incommensurability Meets the Language-Dialect Continuum
David Gil
Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History, Jena, Germany
0930 - 1000Jakarta Field Station: Its Data and How It Was Collected
Bradley Taylor
Melbourne, Australia
1000 - 1030Challenges in Developing English Text Analysis Software for Indonesian
Howard Manns, Muhammad Iqbal & Gede Primahadi Wijaya Rajeg
Monash University, Melbourne, Australia
1030 - 1100 refreshments
 Session 10: Other Perspectives
1100 - 1130Malay Loanword Adaptation in Japanese
Zaharani Ahmad* & Aznur Aisyah Abdullah°
*Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia & °Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Bangi, Malaysia
1130 - 1200Performing Accountability and Dis-claiming Responsibility in the Multimodal Enactment of Indonesian Electoral Mission Statements
Aurora Donzelli
Sarah Lawrence College, Bronxville, NY, USA
1200 - 1230Language Ideological Brokers: Raising the Value of Papuan Malay
Izak Morin
La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia
1230 - 1400 lunch
 Session 11: Sociolinguistics and Pragmatics
1400 - 1430Topic and Focus in Indonesian Joking Conversations
Yoshimi Miyake
Akita University,Akita, Japan
1430 - 1500Sociophonetic Variation, Identity Production and Perception in Ethnic Chinese Indonesian Girls
Jessica Birnie-Smith
Monash University, Melbourne, Australia
1500 - 1530Affective Stance and the Use of Self-Reference in Spoken Indonesian among Undergraduate Students in Bandung
Enung Rostika
Institut Teknologi Nasional, Bandung, Jawa Barat, Indonesia
1530 - 1600“This is so Omar” – Building Interpersonal Relationships through Multi-Layered Perspective Shifting in Indonesian Youth Conversation
Michael C. Ewing* & Dwi Noverini Djenar°
*University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia & °University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia
1600 - 1630 refreshments
 Session 12: First-Language Acquisition
1630 - 1700Pragmatic Competence of a Minang Child: A Case Study of Karenina's Utterances
Yusrita Yanti
Universitas Bung Hatta, Padang, Sumatra Barat, Indonesia
1700 - 1730Intergenerational Language Transmission in Jakarta Indonesian: Evidence from Final Vowel [e] in Adults and Children Corpora
Okki Ferdinand Kurniawan
Cornell University, Ithica, NY, USA
1730 - 1800 Business Meeting
1800 - 1810 Closing
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