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Issues in Austronesian Historical Linguistics

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Title: Issues in Austronesian Historical Linguistics
Authors: Liao, Hsiu-chuan
Kimoto, Yukinori
Reid, Lawrence A.
Smith, Alexander D.
Ross, Malcolm
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Keywords: Austronesian
historical linguistics
Arta
vowel length
mora
show 16 morecompensatory lengthening
vowel fusion
Negritos
language contact
Mangyan
Mindoro
Iraya
Kenyah
pronouns
feature geometry
Oceanic languages
prehistory
linguistic evidence
Polynesia
contact networks
historical classification

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Issue Date: 2017
Abstract: This is a collection of five select articles on Austronesian historical linguistics from the 13-ICAL (International Conference on Austronesian Linguistics) in Taipei in 2015. The papers include "Mora, Vowel Length, and Diachrony: the Case of Arta, a Philippine Negrito Language" by Yukinori Kimoto, "Re-evaluating the Position of Iraya among Philippine Languages" by Lawrence A. Reid, "Reconstructing Proto Kenyah Pronouns and the Development of a True Five Number System" by Alexander D. Smith, "Linguistic Evidence for Prehistory: Oceanic Examples" by Malcolm Ross and "Classifying Old Rapa: Linguistic Evidence for Contact Networks in Southeast Polynesia" by Mary Walworth.
Pages/Duration: 131 pages
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10524/52405
ISSN: 1836-6821
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