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International Workshop on 'Special Genres' in and around Indonesia

February 17-19, 2013

17 Feb (Sun)

09:15-09:30
Registration/ Opening
09:30-10:15

"Word Structure in Malayic Languages of Sumatra: Evidence from Special Registers"

David Gil (Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology)

Abstract (76K),

10:15-11:00

"Riddling traditions in eastern Indonesia and East Timor: some preliminary notes"

John Bowden (Jakarta Field Station, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology)

Abstract (9.0K),

11:00-11:15

coffee

11:15-12:00

"Kandan, a traditional oral genre of the Uut Danum of West Kalimantan"

Pascal Couderc (L'École des hautes études en sciences sociales)

Abstract (81K),

12:00-12:45

"Divining Siraya: Sources of language and authority in documentation and revitalisation"

Meili Fang (Ochanomizu University) and David Nathan (SOAS, University of London)

Abstract (17K),

12:45-13:45

lunch

13:45-14:30

"The influence of Christianity on the Bunun language: A prelilminary overview"

Rik De Busser (National Chengchi University)

Abstract (13K),

14:30-15:15

"Hide and Seek in the Deer’s Trap: Language Concealment and Linguistic Camouflage in Timor Leste"

Aone van Engelenhoven (Leiden University)

Abstract (9.3K),

15:15-16:00

"Lego-lego of Alor people in East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia: The Expression of Ancestor’s Experience and Language Maintenance"

Obing Katubi (LIPI) (Indonesian Institute of Sciences)

Abstract (12K),

16:00-16:15

coffee

16:15-17:00

"Metaphors in Kapampangan"

Mike Pangilinan (Subcommission on Cultural Communities and Traditional Arts Region III) and Hiroaki Kitano (ILCAA Joint Researcher, Aichi University of Education)

Abstract (16K),

17:00-17:45

"Indonesian Metaphorical Conceptualizations of ANGER, LOVE and HATE: An Overview"

Tessa Yuditha (Jakarta Field Station, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology)

Abstract (44K),

18 Feb (Mon)

09:30-10:15

"Kerata basa : Javanese folk etymology"

Yoshimi Miyake (ILCAA Joint Researcher, Akita University)

Abstract (9.8K),

10:15-11:00

"Some observations on special speech styles in Tomini-Tolitoli languages"

Nikolaus P. Himmelmann and Sonja Riesberg (University of Cologne)

Abstract (77K),

11:00-11:15

coffee

11:15-12:00

"Endangered oral literature genres in Punan Tubu (East Kalimantan)"

Antonia Soriente (ILCAA Joint Researcher, University of Naples “L’Orientale”)

Abstract (31K),

12:00-12:45

"Omission of object verbal markers in Amele: Difference in data between Haia and Huar dialects"

Masahiko Nose (ILCAA Joint Researcher, Shiga University)

Abstract (36K),

12:45-13:45

lunch

13:45-14:30

"Multiple languages and heteroglossia in Indonesian adolescent fiction"

Dwi Noverini Djenar (The University of Sydney)

Abstract (17K),

14:30-15:15

"A framing device across mode and genre: Indonesian youth language in conversation and print"

Michael C Ewing (The University of Melbourne)

Abstract (15K),

15:15-16:00

"Gaul, conversation and youth genre(s) in Java"

Howard Manns (Monash University)

Abstract (14K),

16:00-16:15

coffee

16:15-17:00

"Bahasa Alay on the Periphery: Facebook and Manado Malay"

Anthony Jukes (ILCAA Joint Researcher, CRLD, La Trobe University)

Abstract (42K),

17:00-17:45

"Bahasa Binan: The Languages of Indonesia’s Gay Men and Transgender Women and People Related to Them"

Dédé Oetomo (GAYa NUSANTARA)

Abstract (9.1K),

18:00-20:00
reception (University center)

19 Feb (Tue)

09:15-10:00

"The Story of Jarupanta: A traditional Kerinci kunaung"

Yanti*, Timothy McKinnon^, Heri Mudra+, Peter  Cole°and Gabriella Hermon° (*Atma Jaya Catholic University of Indonesia; ^Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology; +Sekolah Tinggi Agama Islam Negeri Sungai Penuh; °University of Delaware)

Abstract (14K),

10:00-10:45

"Peribahasa, or ‘proverbs’, in Sumbawa"

Asako Shiohara (ILCAA)

Abstract (26K),

10:45-11:00

coffee

11:00-11:45

"Buddhist-Hinduist terms into oral histories of Kayanic peoples in East Kalimantan, Indonesia"

Mika Okushima (Tenri University)

11:45-12:30

"Documenting endangered literary genres in Sasak, eastern Indonesia"

Peter Austin (SOAS, University of London)

Abstract (74K),

12:30-13:15

lunch

13:15-17:30
discussion and business meeting