Published October 2001
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The Southeast Asian Linguistics Society - SEALS - was founded at Arizona State University in SEALS holds an annual conference in diverse locations in Southeast Asia, the United States, and Australia. SEALS features papers on the languages of Southeast Asia, including Austroasiatic, Austronesian, Hmong-Mien, Tibeto-Burman and Thai-Kadai. DJVU PDF Anderson, G.D.S. and Zide, N.H. , "Issues in Proto-Munda and Proto-Austroasiatic Nominal Derivation: the Bimoraic Constraint", in Papers from the Tenth Annual Meeting of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society, ed. M. Macken, pp. Arizona State University, Program for Southeast Asian Studies. cite. Call for papers. Scholars are invited to submit abstracts of papers dealing with any areas related to Southeast Asian Languages. Possible topics include, but are not limited to: phonetics and phonology. morphology. syntax. semantics. pragmatics. discourse analysis. genetic and areal relationships. historical and comparative studies. Linguistics and Language: Publisher: Asia-Pacific Linguistics: Publication type: Journals: ISSN: Coverage: Scope: JSEALS (ISSN ) is the peer-reviewed open-access electronic Journal of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society, devoted to publishing research on the languages of mainland and insular Southeast Asia.
The Southeast Asian Linguistics Society was founded by Martha Ratliff and Eric Schiller (who had the idea while car-pooling to work) in The first meeting took place in at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan, and was attended by (among others) Paul Benedict, William Gedney, Gerard Diffloth, James Matisoff, Laurent Sagart, Jerry Edmondson, and Graham Thurgood. Southeast Asian Linguistic Society (SEALS). K likes. Southeast Asian Linguistics Societ holds an annual international meeting and publishes a journal JSEALS. Paper presented at the 29th Meeting of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society (SEALS 29). Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, 27–29 May. Szeto, Pui Yiu & Chingduang Yurayong. Sinicization of the Tai-Kadai minority languages in China: A typological survey. Paper presented at the Workshop on Linguistic Minorities in Asia. SEALS X, University of Wisconsin, Madison, - Papers from the Tenth Annual Meeting of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society Seals X. Editor: Macken, Marlys. ISBN ; SEALS IX, University of California, Berkeley, - Papers from the Ninth Annual Meeting of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society Editor: Thurgood.
The 23rd Annual Meeting of Southeast Asian Linguistics Society (SEALS) 29–31 May @ Chulalongkorn University On the person restriction on the agents in di- passives in Malay* Hiroki Nomoto Kartini Abd. Wahab Tokyo University of Foreign Studies Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia [email protected] [email protected] 1. Introduction Background. Southeast Asian Linguistics Society. Meeting.; Arizona State University. Program for Southeast Asian Studies. OCLC Number: Details: Mode of access: World Wide Web. Other Titles: Annual Meeting of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society. The 13th annual meeting of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society (SEALSXIII) was held at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), May , A total of 33 papers were read, of which 23 are presented here. The 8th annual meeting of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society (SEALS VIII) was held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, July The meeting was organised by David Gil with the assistance of the Department of Audiology and Speech Sciences at the Universiti Kebangsaam Malaysia. Of the papers offered to the meeting, 15 are presented here.