活動Activities

開催日:2014.02.27[木]- 03.01[土]

研究会・シンポジウム / 国際シンポジウム・ワークショップ
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東南アジア島嶼部の失われつつある文字

投稿日:2014.02.27

This workshop will discuss the writing systems and traditions of island Southeast Asia, focusing on (but not limited to) the endangered Indic scripts of the Philippines, Sumatra and Sulawesi. Papers are invited covering topics such as historical and structural relationships, literature, documentation, revival, modern functions, adaptations and social/cultural meaning. In addition to the academic component of the workshop, the organisers encourage participation by culture-bearers, activists and artists.

Call for papers

  • Abstract: 500 words PDF format
  • Deadline: 2013 December 10
  • Full Paper: PDF Format
  • Final Deadline: 2014 February 10

Participants will be given maximum of 40 minutes for their presentation followed by 10 minutes question and answer.

Submit Abstracts and Final Papers to: pangilinan@aa.tufs.ac.jp and lingdy-office@aacore.net

Date

27, 28 February and 1 March, 2014

Venue

Room 304, 3F, ILCAA, TUFS

Speakers

  • Peter K. AUSTIN (SOAS, University of London)
  • Kanakan BALINTAGOS (Solito Arts Productions)
  • Maria Matildis BANDA (Udayana University)
  • Norman DE LOS SANTOS (BHM Publishing House, Inc.)
  • Anthony JUKES (ILCAA Research Fellow / CRLD, La Trobe University)
  • Kristian KABUAY (Baybayin.com)
  • Piers KELLY (The Australian National University)
  • Uli KOZOK (University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa)
  • Emerenciana Lorenzo CATAPANG (Mangyan Heritage Center)
  • Campbell MACKNIGHT (The Australian National University)
  • Christopher MILLER (Independent Researcher, Montreal, Canada)
  • Michael Raymon M. PANGILINAN (ILCAA, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies)
  • Anya POSTMA (Mangyan Heritage Center)
  • Titik PUDJIASTUTI (University of Indonesia)
  • Nurhayati RAHMAN (Hasanuddin University)
  • Ahmad RAPANIE (South Sumatora Provincial Government)
  • Hideo SAWADA (ILCAA, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies)
  • Asako SHIOHARA (ILCAA, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies)
  • Bruno TIOTUICO (Alexandre Dayrit Tiotuico) (Ágúman Súlat Kapampángan)

Coordinators

  • Michael Raymon M. PANGILINAN, Chief Coordinator (ILCAA, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies)
  • Anthony JUKES (ILCAA Research Fellow / CRLD, La Trobe University)
  • Christopher MILLER (Independent Researcher, Montreal, Canada)
  • Asako SHIOHARA (ILCAA, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies)

 

Program

2014.2.27

9:00-9:40
Registration

9:40-9:50
Opening Remarks

9:50-10:35
Christopher MILLER
A survey of indigenous scripts of Indonesia and the Philippines
Abstract (42KB)

10:35-11:20
Hideo SAWADA
Adapting an existing script to strange languages: cases of Indic scripts in Mainland Southeast Asia
Abstract (49KB)

11:20-11:35
Tea Break

11:35-12:20
Uli KOZOK
The Surat Scripts in Historical Perspective
Abstract (21KB)

12:20-13:05
Titik PUDJIASTUTI
Lampong scripts: the writing tradition that almost disappeared
Abstract (15KB), Proceeding (29MB)

13:00-14:00
Lunch

14:00-14:55
Ahmad RAPANIE
Surat Ulu: Tradisi tulis masa lalu Sumatra Selatan [Surat Ulu: the ancient writing tradition of South Sumatra]
Abstract (15KB), Proceeding (549KB)

14:55-15:40
Peter K. AUSTIN
Aksare Sasak: an endangered script and scribal practice
Abstract (164KB), Proceeding (552KB)

15:40-15:55
Tea Break

15:55-16:50
Nurhayati RAHMAN
Sejarah dan dinamika perkembangan Huruf Lontaraq di Sulawesi Selatan [History and dynamics of the development of Lontaraq script in south Sulawesi]
Abstract (14KB), Proceeding (6.7MB)

16:50-17:35
Campbell MACKNIGHT
The triumph of lontara’
Abstract (26KB), Proceeding (281KB)

17:45-19:45
Reception

2014.2.28

9:00-9:15
Registration

9:20-10:15
Maria Matildis BANDA
Lota Script of Ende, Flores
Abstract (14KB), Proceeding (1.2MB)

10:15-11:00
Asako SHIOHARA
The Satera Jontal script in the Sumbawa district in eastern Indonesia
Abstract (9.8KB), Proceeding (20MB)

11:00-11:45
Anthony JUKES
Writing and reading Makassarese
Abstract (8.6KKB), Proceeding (9.2MB)

11:45-12:00
Tea Break

12:00-13:00
Kristian KABUAY
Philippine native scripts as identity, promotion and preservation in the Filipino American diaspora through art
Abstract (68KB), Proceeding (14MB)

13:00-14:00
Lunch

14:00-14:45
Norman DE LOS SANTOS
Saving endangered Philippine native scripts in a modern digital world through typography, technology, and standardization
Abstract (53KB), Proceeding (8.7MB)

14:45-15:30
Piers KELLY
A description of the Eskayan alphasyllabary of the Philippines: the form, function and origins of a postcolonial writing system

15:30-15:45
Tea Break

15:45-16:30
Anya POSTMA
The Ambahan: Mangyan indigenous poem
Abstract (27KB), Proceeding (461KB)

16:30-17:15
Bruno TIOTUICO (Alexandre Dayrit Tiotuico)
Pamanyúnû ning Kulitan King Pámibiébié (Pushing the limits of Kulitan)
Abstract (36KB)

17:15-18:00
Break

18:00-20:30
Film Showing

Kanakan BALINTAGOS
The Palawán Script, a film on the Surat Inaborlan (1 hr & 54 minutes)
POSTER (659KB), Abstract (123KB), Proceeding (375KB)

2014.3.1

9:00-9:15
Registration

9:15-10:00
Christopher MILLER
The Indic scripts of Sumatra, Sulawesi and the Philippines as an insular post-Nagari group: regularities in chirographic structureand shared orthographic practices
Abstract (38KB)

10:00-10:45
Emerenciana Lorenzo CATAPANG
Reviving the Buhid and Hanunuo Mangyan Syllabic Scripts
Abstract (32KB), Proceeding (557KB)

10:45-10:55
Tea Break

10:55-11:40
Michael Raymon M. PANGILINAN
Pámamialúngan: Issues on the Secularization of Kulitan
Abstract (45KB)

11:40-12:10
Closing

12:10-13:00
Lunch

13:30-17:00
all the participants
business meeting

Abstracts / Proceedings

Speaker Abstracts Proceedings
Ahmad RAPANIE (15KB) (549KB)
Anthony JUKES (8.6KB) (9.2MB)
Anya Postma (27KB) (461KB)
Asako SHIOHARA (9.8KB) (20MB)
Bruno TIOTUICO
(Alexandre Dayrit Tiotuico)
(36KB)
Campbell MACKNIGHT (26KB) (281KB)
Christopher MILLER (feb27) (42KB)
Christopher MILLER (march01) (38KB)
Emerenciana Lorenzo CATAPANG (32KB) (557KB)
Hideo SAWADA (49KB)
Kanakan BALINTAGOS (123KB) (375KB)
Kristian KABUAY (68KB) (14MB)
Maria Matildis Banda (14KB) (1.2MB)
Michael Raymon M. PANGILINAN (45KB)
Norman DE LOS SANTOS (53KB) (8.7MB)
Nurhayati RAHMAN (14KB) (6.7MB)
Peter K. AUSTIN (164KB) (552KB)
Piers KELLY
Titik PUDJIASTUTI (15KB) (29MB)
Uli KOZOK (21KB)

Admission

Free

Registration

This workshop is open to the public. Please pre-register for the symposium by sending the following information via e-mail to the LingDy Project Administrative Office (lingdy-office[atmark]aacore.net) by February 20.

  1. Your name in full
  2. Contact information (Affiliation, e-mail address)

Activities

Film Showing

A film on the Surat Inaborlan of Palawan Island will be shown on the second night of the workshop as part of the presentation of Kanakan Balintagos (Auraeus Solito), an internationally acclaimed Filipino film maker and a member of the Palawán ethnic group of the island of Palawan in the Philippines.

Exhibition

As the core of the workshop revolves around the vitality of the various scripts of Island Southeast Asia, a small space has been dedicated for script exhibition during the activity. Participants are encouraged to contribute samples of documents and artworks from past and present for other participants to examine. Those who wish to participate in the exhibition must inform the coordinators ahead of schedule as to the nature and dimension of the materials that they wish to exhibit.

General Inquiries

LingDy2 Project Administrative Office
lingdy-office[atmark]aacore.net

Information for Speakers

Session length will be 45 minutes (including 10-15 minutes discussion)

Handout

If you would like to distribute your handout on the spot of your presentation, please send the file by 23 February (Sunday).

Travel Information

Please refer to this web page for the access to TUFS.

http://www.aa.tufs.ac.jp/en/about/access

Please be referred to the E-mail that has been sent to you from our office for more detailed travel information (from Narita to the hotel, from the hotel to TUFS).

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