Issues in Austronesian Historical Linguistics

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2017-06-08
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Liao, Hsiu-chuan
Kimoto, Yukinori
Reid, Lawrence A.
Smith, Alexander D.
Ross, Malcolm
Walworth, Mary
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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.
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Austronesian, historical linguistics, Arta, vowel length, mora, compensatory 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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