Sharing Session (Shassion) on #Linguistics is back on April 19th, 2022 at 1400 PM WITA (Central Indonesian Time). We invite Dr. Phillip Endicott (University of Uppsala, Sweden, and University of Tartu, Estonia) to talk about the joint analysis of language and genes using data from East Timor. See the abstract in the interactive flyer below!
Sharing Session (Shassion) on #Linguistics is back mid-year 2021! Our speaker is Dr. Jessica Birnie-Smith (La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia). Jess presented part of her Ph.D. research on the construction of social identity and categories by Chinese Indonesian in Pontianak, West Kalimantan, Indonesia. The materials in the talk are published as a book chapter titled Framing Chineseness and Indonesianess on the Indonesian Periphery in the book co-edited by Shuang Gao and Xuan Wang (2021) titled Unpacking Discourses on Chineseness: The Cultural Politics of Language and Identity in Globalizing China.
Jess presented the talk in Indonesian and below you can find the recording of the talk on YouTube.
Cokorda Pramartha was invited as a guest lecture in the Department of Language and Literature, Faculty of Cultural Studies, Universitas Gadjah Mada (June 3rd, 2021). Cokorda Pramartha shared his research and progress in digitalisation the Balinese cultural heritage.
Cokorda Pramartha, PhD was invited as a Keynote Speaker at the International Conference on Challenges and Opportunities in Digitalization in 21st Century (April 22nd, 2021), hosted by Balaji College of Arts, Commerce and Science, India.
Pramartha talked about his research and project related to the Digital Heritage and Digital Humanities: the Case of Balinese Culture.
A paper by Gede Primahadi Wijaya Rajeg, I Made Rajeg, and I Wayan Arka has just been published in the LFG’20 Proceedings. The title of the paper is Corpus-based approach meets LFG: the puzzling case of voice alternations of kena-verbs in Indonesian.
Rajeg, Gede Primahadi Wijaya, I Made Rajeg & I Wayan Arka. 2020. Corpus-based approach meets LFG: the puzzling case of voice alternations of kena-verbs in Indonesian. In Miriam Butt & Ida Toivonen (eds.), Proceedings of the LFG’20 conference, on-line, 307–327. Stanford, CA: CSLI Publications. http://cslipublications.stanford.edu/LFG/2020/lfg2020-rra.pdf.
Rajeg, G. P. W., Rajeg, I. M., & Arka, I. W. (2021, May 10). Supplementary materials for “Corpus-based approach meets LFG: Puzzling voice alternation in Indonesian.” https://doi.org/10.17605/OSF.IO/YMD2V
Sharing Session on #Linguistics is back on March 5, 2021!
Our first speaker for 2021 is Dr. Poppy Siahaan (University of Cologne, Germany) with the topic of the language of SMELL in Indonesian language (abstract here). Webex meeting link, password and dates can be found below:
Prof. I Wayan Arka was the guest lecture in the Language & Linguistics Lecture Series, Department of Linguistics, Faculty of Humanities, Universitas Indonesia (23 February 2021). Prof. Arka talked about the diversity of Austronesian languages. See the abstract from the flyer below. Recording will be updated when it is available from the committee.
Cokorda Pramartha, PhD was invited as keynote speaker at STIKI Indonesia, Bali on Focus Group Discussion regarding the development of the Center for Digital Culture. The development of the Center for Digital Culture Studies in STIKI Indonesia is a cross-scientific domain engaged in designing, researching, reviewing and publishing various cultural-based findings. Pramartha talked of how information technologies can be a driver to support the preservation of cultural heritage.
Gede Primahadi Wijaya Rajeg, PhD (website) was invited to give a guest lecture under the theme: Doing Language Sciences in the Digital Age at the English Study Program, Faculty of Foreign Languages, Mahasaraswati University, Denpasar.
The lecture was targeted at the fourth- and six-semester undergraduate students at the Program. The first part of the lecture provided a brief overview of linguistics and its sub-areas. The second part of the lecture discussed how students’ linguistic research project can take advantages of the technological advances characterising the field of corpus linguistics, particularly the availability of large collection of digitalised texts (i.e. language corpora) and the retrieved quantitative information from analysing large dataset from corpora; this was illustrated with a number of simple case studies around the word’s usages on the basis of data from the Corpus of Contemporary American English (COCA) and the Coronavirus Corpus (webpage). You can download the slides and watch the recording from below.