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Date:2010.07.17[Sat]- 07.18[Sun]

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Workshop on Indonesian-type Voice System

Posted:2010.07.17

This workshop will primarily discuss Indonesian-type voice systems, which are characterised by the distinction of two voice constructions (actor voice and undergoer voice), and by applicative constructions (see Ross 2002: 52 and Arka and Ross 2004: 7, Adelaar 2006: 7). The main aim is to gather descriptive studies of individual languages of this type, in order to share knowledge on common features and the extent of variation to be found within the group.

Date

17 July (Sat.)–18 July (Sun.), 2010

Venue

Room 304, 3F, ILCAA, TUFS

Admission

Free

Speakers

  • Anthony JUKES (La Trobe University)
  • Antonia SORIENTE (University of Naples “L’Orientale”/ Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology)
  • Asako SHIOHARA (Tokyo University of Foreign Studies)
  • David GIL (Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology )
  • Domenyk EADES (Sultan Qaboos University, Oman)
  • Hooi Ling SOH (University of Minnesota)
  • Ketut ARTAWA (Udayana University, Bali, Indonesia)
  • Kazuya INAGAKI (Osaka University)
  • Naonori NAGAYA (Rice University)
  • Hiroki NOMOTO (Tokyo University of Foreign Studies)
  • Peter AUSTIN (SOAS, University of London)
  • Ritsuko KIKUSAWA (National Museum of Ethnology, Osaka/ The Graduate University for Advanced Studies, Kanagawa)

Program

TIMETABLE

17 July (Sat.)

09:30–10:00 Registration
10:00–10:20
Opening talks
10:20–11:10 Historical Development of the “Malay-type” Voice System

Ritsuko KIKUSAWA (National Museum of Ethnology / The Graduate University for Advanced Studies)

Abstract (31KB), Proceedings (532KB)

11:10–11:25 Tea break
11:25–12:15 Voice and grammatical relations in Lamaholot of eastern Indonesia

Naonori NAGAYA (Rice University)

Abstract (54KB), Proceedings (828KB)

12:15–13:30 Lunch break
13:30–14:20 Voice and Aspect: Some Notes from Malay

Hooi Ling SOH (University of Minnesota)

Abstract (18KB), Proceedings (611KB)

14:25–15:20 Making sense of the optionality of voice marking in Malay/Indonesian

Hiroki NOMOTO (Tokyo University of Foreign Studies)

Abstract (28KB), Proceedings (591KB)

15:20–15:50 Tea break
15:50–16:40 Voice and Focus System in Penan and Kenyah Languages of East Kalimantan

Antonia SORIENTE (University of Naples “L’Orientale” / Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology)

Abstract (44KB), Proceedings (798KB)

16:45–17:40 Voice and valency alternations in Kadorih

Kazuya INAGAKI (Osaka University)

Abstract (9KB), Proceedings (736KB)

18:00–20:00 Party (University Center)

18 July (Sun.)

10:00–10:50
Grammatical Relations and Voice System in Balinese

Ketut ARTAWA (Udayana University)

Abstract (20KB), Proceedings (553KB)

10:55–11:45 Sundic-type voice systems

David GIL (Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology )

Abstract (16KB), Proceedings (511KB)

11:50–12:05
Tea break
12:05–12:55 Dialect variation in the voice system of Sasak: when is a nasal-verb not a nasal-verb?

Peter AUSTIN (SOAS, University of London)

Abstract (14KB), Proceedings (564KB)

13:00–14:10 Lunch break
14:10–15:00 Voice, Valence and Focus in Makassarese

Anthony JUKES (La Trobe University)

Abstract (9KB), Proceedings (817KB)

15:05–16:00 Voice in Gayo, a language of northern Sumatra

Domenyk EADES (Sultan Qaboos University)

Abstract (15KB), Proceedings (560KB)

16:00–16:20 Tea break
16:20–17:10 Voice system in Sumbawa

Asako SHIOHARA (Tokyo University of Foreign Studies)

Abstract (55KB), Proceedings (628KB)

17:15–17:30 Closing talk

ABSTRACTS/ PROCEEDINGS

Speaker Abstract Proceedings
Anthony JUKES (9KB) (817KB)
Antonia SORIENTE (44KB) (798KB)
Asako SHIOHARA (55KB) (628KB)
David GIL (16KB) (511KB)
Domenyk EADES (15KB) (560KB)
Hooi Ling SOH (18KB) (611KB)
Ketut ARTAWA (20KB) (553KB)
Kazuya INAGAKI (9KB) (736KB)
Naonori NAGAYA (54KB) (828KB)
Hiroki NOMOTO (28KB) (591KB)
Peter AUSTIN (14KB) (564KB)
Ritsuko KIKUSAWA (31KB) (532KB)
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