The second International workshop on Information structure of Austronesian languages
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This workshop brings together researchers with a more general theoretical background in information structure (IS) research and specialists on Austronesian languages with a more language-specific, genealogical-areal interest in information structure. We expect this combination of perspectives on Information Structure in Austronesian Languages will yield novel insights on and meaningful contributions to the understanding of both IS in general, and the structure of Austronesian languages. The below is the link to the further explanation of this project.
11 February 2015 (Wed.) 9:00-17:30, 12 February 2015 (Thu.) 9:45-20:00, 13 February 2015 (Fri.) 9:10-14:00
Room 306, 3F, ILCAA, TUFS
- Atsuko UTSUMI (ILCAA Joint Researcher, Meisei University)
- Asako SHIOHARA (ILCAA)
“Annotating corpus data with information structure: An Example from Balinese”
“The Flow of New Information in Narrative Discourse”
“Discourse and Information Structure in Kadorih”
Information and discourse
Focus and Argument Indexing in Makasar
“From Borneo to Bantu: How the PMP 3s GEN pronoun *-ni=a may have becoume a locative suffix in Kiswahili”
“Lexical expressions in narrative discourse from Vera’a and Teop”
Rik De BUSSER
“The role of Bunun deixis in information structure: An initial assessment”
Dwi Noverini DJENAR
“Active/Passive alternation and switch reference in Indonesian narrative discourse”
“Pragmatic particles and information structure in colloquial Indonesian dialogue”
Linguistic Dynamics Science Project (LingDy2)
Proceedings the Second International Workshop on Information Structure of Austronesian Languages
Table of Contents
Analyzing questions under discussion and information structure in a Balinese narrative
Discourse and information structure in Kadorih
Topic-Marking constructions in Bantik
Focus and argument indexing in Makasar
Person restriction on passive agents in Malay and givenness
Pragmatic particles and information structure in colloquial Indonesian dialogue
Information structure and discourse markers in Tok Pisin : differences in genres
The role of Bunun deixis in information structure : An initial assessment
De BUSSER, Rik
The definite marker in Balinese
SHIOHARA, Asako, ARTAWA, Ketut
From Borneo to Bantu : How the Malagasy third person genitive pronoun *-ni may have become a locative suffix in Swahili
Definiteness and specificity in Abui
KRATOCHVIL, Frantisek, DELPADA, Benidiktus
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