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I Wayan Arka
ANU/Udayana University; Ruli Manurung, Universitas Indonesia; and Meladel Mistica, The Australian National University
Reduplication and grammar engineering for Indonesian

Bambang Kaswanti Purwo
Atma Jaya Catholic University
Terhadap and its collocation with perlindungan

Mark Campana
Kobe Gaidai
The expression of politeness forms in Malayic

Faizah Sari
Atma Jaya Catholic University
Prosodic aspects of the Indonesian pragmatic particle sih

Associative plurals and inclusories in Malay/Indonesian
Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology
David Gil

Tim Hassall
The Australian National University
-isasi and lexical planning in Indonesian

Tom Hoogervorst
Oxford University
Discourse particles in colloquial Malay

Ferdinan Okki Kurniawan
Eastern Michigan University
The behaviour of nasal-glottal clusters in Jakarta Indonesian: An OT analysis

Betty Litamahuputty
Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology
Makang sup di Swering: Dutch loanwords in Ternate Malay

Bradley McDonnell
Arizona State University
From “yesterday’s morphology” to “today’s syntax”: Two cases from Besemah

Meinarni Susilowati
Universitas Islam Negeri Malang
The use of Javanese words in Indonesian newspaper articles

Scott Paauw
University of Rochester
Eastern Indonesian Trade Malay

Ellen Rafferty
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Changing linguistic repertoires of Indonesian

Santi Kurniati, Yessy Prima Putri and David Gil
Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology
Long and short question words in Minangkabau

Neville Saunders
Curtin University of Technology
An applied linguist’s critique of Bahasa Indonesia in Australian Education

Poppy Siahaan
University of Cologne and Antonia Soriente, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology
Exploring THINKING linked to BODY PARTS using two approaches:
The conceptual theory of metaphors and the expressions of states of mind

Hiroki Nomoto and Hooi Ling Soh
University of Minnesota
The verbal prefix meN- and the unergative/unaccusative distinction in Malay

Directed manner of motion in verb serialization: A comparative study of Indonesian/Malay and Tetun Dili
University of Tromsø
Minjeong Son and Peter Svenonius

Uri Tadmor
Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology
Voices from the past: Betawi dialects in Firman Muntaco’s Gambang Djakarté

Janet Yong
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
The slang ways of Mat Rempits in Malaysia

Yusrita Yanti
Universitas Bung Hatta and Universitas Atma Jaya
The campaign language of legislative candidates in Indonesia’s elections

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