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 Friday, 11 May
0800 - 0850 registration and breakfast
0850 - 0900 opening
 Session 1: Grammar
0900 - 0930Indonesian Diglossia
Alan Stevens
City University of New York, NY, USA
0930 - 1000Universal Quantification in Besemah
Bradley McDonnell
University of Hawai'i at Manoa, HI, USA
1000 - 1030The Role of Aspect in the Acceptability of Epistemic Modals in Questions: Evidence from Colloquial Malay
Hooi Ling Soh
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, USA
1030 - 1100 refreshments
 Session 2: Grammar
1100 - 1130Analysis of Indonesian Passives in HPSG and Its Implementation in INDRA
David Moeljadi
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
1130 - 1200The Apparent Lack of a Complementizer-trace Effect in Indonesian
Hiroki Nomoto* & Hannah Choi°
*Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Japan, °Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
1200 - 1230Revisiting Crossed Control in Indonesian
Helen Jeoung
Universty of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA USA
1230 - 1400 lunch
 Session 3: Sumatra
1400 - 1430Who Is Your Name?
David Gil
Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History, Jena, Germany
1430 - 1500Language Labeling and Language Use in Sumatra, Indonesia
Abigail C. Cohn*, Maya R. Abtahian° & Yanti
*Cornell University, Ithica, NY, USA, °University of Rochester, NY, USA, Universitas Katolik Atma Jaya, Jakarta, Indonesia
1500 - 1530Proverbial Reality in Rundiang: A study of Metaphor in a Genre of Minangkabau Traditional Literature
Nofel Nofiadri
Deakin University, Geelong, Australia
1530 - 1600 refreshments
 Session 4: Language Teaching
1600 - 1630Indonesian Oral Proficiency Guidelines: Implications for Indonesian Language Teaching Curriculum
Ellen Rafferty* & Juliana Wijaya°
*University of Wisconsin - Madison, WI, USA, °University of California at Los Angeles, CA, USA
1630 - 1700Laying Down Fundamental Listening and Speaking Skills: Delayed Reading and Writing Strategies Combined with Nature-based Knowledge
Jolanda Pandin
Cornell University, Ithica, NY, USA
 Panel Discussion
1700 - 1800How Real Is Standard Malay/Indonesian?
Abigail C. Cohn, David Gil, Uri Tadmor, Juliana Wijaya
1830 - reception and dinner
 Saturday, 12 May
0830 - 0900 registration and breakfast
 Session 5: Grammar
0900 - 0930Malay Verbal Reduplication with the m__- Prefix
Meng Yang & Deborah Wong
University of California at Los Angeles, CA, USA
0930 - 1000Coding of Active Referents in Malay Varieties
Asako Shiohara
Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Japan
1000 - 1030Semantic Vector Space Model and the Usage Patterns of Indonesian Denominal Verbs with meN-, meN- -kan, and meN- - i Affixes
Gede Primahadi Wijaya Rajeg, Karlina Denistia & Simon Musgrave
Monash University, Melbourne, Australia
1030 - 1100 refreshments
 Session 6: Grammar
1100 - 1130Verb Subcategorization in Indonesian
Hannah Choi, Francis Bond & Luis Morgado da Costa
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
1130 - 1200Syntax and Semantics of Adjectives in Indonesian
Yosephine Susanto, Hannah Choi, David Moeljadi & Francis Bond
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
1200 - 1230 business meeting
1230 - 1400 lunch
 Session 7: Java
1400 - 1430Situated Identities in a Minority Community: The Case of Osing in Banyuwangi, Indonesia
Jonas Wittke
Rice University, Houston, TX, USA
1430 - 1500Stance, Social Networks and Second Person Reference In Sundanese of West Java, Indonesia
Rostika Enung
Monash University, Melbourne, Australia
1500 - 1530Javanese Accented Indonesian
Thomas Conners
University of Maryland, College Park, MD, USA
1530 - 1600 refreshments
 Session 8
1600 - 1630Building an Open Concordancer for Malay/Indonesian
Hiroki Nomoto*, Shiro Akasegawa° &, Asako Shiohara*
*Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Japan, °Lago Institute of Language, Tokyo, Japan
 Panel Discussion
1630 - 1730Malay/Indonesian and Gender
David Gil, Thomas Conners
1730 - 1745 closing

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