NUSA : Linguistic studies of languages in and around Indonesia, vol. 62 (March 2017)
Contact and substrate in the languages of Wallacea Part 1
Editor: Antoinette Schapper
- Contact and substrate in the languages of Wallacea: Introduction by Antoinette Schapper
- Tone and language contact in southern Cenderawasih Bay by David Kamholz
- Roon ve, DO/GIVE Coexpression, and Language Contact in Northwest New Guinea by David Gil
- Papuan-Austronesian Language Contact on Yapen Island: A Preliminary Account by Emily Gasser
- A unified system of spatial orientation in the Austronesian and non-Austronesian languages of Halmahera by Gary Holton
Voir : http://www.aa.tufs.ac.jp/en/publications/nusa
“Revisiting the position of Philippine languages in the Austronesian family” by Lawrence Reid, 18/02/2017, De La Salle University
Lecture organized by the Linguistic Society of the Philippines (LSP) and the Dept of English & Applied Linguistics (DEAL) of Br Andrew Gonzalez FSC College of Education (BAGCED), De La Salle University.
With recent claims by non-linguists that there is no such thing as an Austronesian language family, and that Philippine languages could have a different origin from one that all comparative linguists claim, it is appropriate to revisit the claims that have been made over the last few hundred years. Each has been popular in his day, and each has been based on evidence that under scrutiny has been shown to have problems, leading to new claims. This presentation will examine the range of views from early Spanish ideas about the relationships of Philippine languages, to modern Bayesian phylogenetic views, outlining the data upon which the claims have been made and pointing out the problem that each has.
Voir : https://www.facebook.com/Linguistic-Society-of-the-Philippines-LSP-120107868009881/