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Jakarta Field Station > Events > ISLOJ 6

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The Sixth International Symposium
On The Languages Of Java

18-19 May 2017
Semarang, Central Java, Indonesia

Programme

 Thursday 18 May 2017
0830-0850 Registration
0850-0900 Opening
 Dialectal Variation
0900-0930A negative outlook: Towards a typology of grammatical negation in BISINDO, based on six isolects
Nicholas Barrie Palfreyman
University of Central Lancashire
0930-1000The Comparation Between Madiun Javanese and Surakarta Javanese Language
Nuraini Syah
Sebelas Maret University
1000-1030Cross-dialectal variation of Javanese particles in yes-no questions
Jozina Vander Klok, Finaty Ahsanah, Wuri Sayekti
University of British Columbia, Universitas Negeri Surabaya, Universitas Diponegoro
1030-1100 Coffee
 Phonology and Phonetics
1100-1130Two phonological indices of Osing identity
Jonas Wittke
Rice University
1130-1200Analysis of Pitch Movement of Sentences with Topic Markers in Sundanese
Furihata Masashi
Tokyo University of Foreign Studies
1200-1300 Lunch
 Javanese varieties
1300-1330Imposter Prounouns in Javanese
Thomas J Conners, Nikki Adams
University of Maryland
1330-1400Corpus Methodology to Discover Meanings: A Case Study of Mbok in Banyumas Javanese
Prihantoro
Universitas Dipenegoro
1400-1430Corn Farmer's Terminology in Gampin Village Kendal Regency
Fitri Febriyanti, Siti Sholekah
Universitas Gadjah Mada
1430-1500The Discovery of Vocabulary Relating to Majapahit Cultural Practices, in modern Ponorogo Javanese: A Dialectological Approach
Satwiko Budiono, Dindadari Arum Jati
Universitas Indonesia
1500-1530 Coffee
 Corpus Developments
1530-1600Knowledge Gaps in Contemporary Javanese Comprehensive Description: Towards the Making of Javanese Annotated Corpus
Atin Fitriana, Dwi Puspitorini, Totok Suhardijanto
Universitas Indonesia
1600-1630Developing Rule-based POS Tagger for Javanese: The First Stage
Totok Suhardijanto
Universitas Indonesia
 Keynote Speech
1630-1730Mengenal Bahasa Tutur Semarangan
Hartono Samidjan
 Friday 19 May 2017
 Keynote Speech
0830-0930Neighbourhood talk, imitation, and the management of social life in conditions of superdiversity
Zane Goebel
La Trobe University
0930-1000 Coffee
 Interaction of language Knowledge
1000-1030Multilingual Repertoires behind Monolingual Performances: Language Ideological Erasure in a Krama Javanese Event
Kristian Tamtomo
Universitas Atma Jaya Yogyakarta
1030-1100Causative-Applicative-Transitivizing Markers in Sundanese, Madurese, and Javanese: A Diachronic Perspective
David Gil
Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History
1100-1130Javanese Language Interference in Indonesian Utterance: The Sociolinguistic Study of Bilingual Children
Rizma Angga
Universitas Indonesia
1130-1300 Lunch
 Language Maintenance and Shift
1300-1330Effects of 'Inner' vs. 'Outer' island on language shift in Indonesia
Abby Cohn, Maya Abtahian, Yanti
Cornell University, Rochester University, Atma Jaya University
1330-1400The Language Attitute of Playgroup and Kindergarten Teachers in Sukoharjo District
Ida Cahyani
Universitas Gadjah Mada
1400-1430Words absorbed from the Dutch language in the novel Doynane Wong Culika by Soeparto Brata
Lilie Suratminto
Indonesia University of Education, University of Iowa
1430-1500THE WAY WEBTOON PRESERVES JAVANESE LANGUAGE PRESERVATION
Yashinta Farahsani, Ika Puspita Rini, Patria Handung Jaya
Universitas Muhammidiyah Yogyakarta
1500-1530 Coffee
1530-1630Round Table Discussion: Parts of Speech in ISLOJ Languages
David Gil, Thomas Conners, Totok Suhardijanto


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