Vol 22, No 1 (2021)

Languages of Nusantara I

Table of Contents

Foreword

Foreword PDF
  iii-iv

About

About Waruno Mahdi; From Bogor to Berlin PDF
Maarten Leonard Veldhuijzen v-vii
Waruno Mahdi as a supervisor PDF
Tom Hoogervorst viii-x
Waruno Mahdi: seeker of Austronesian mysteries PDF
Aone van Engelenhoven xi-xii
My tribute to Waruno Mahdi PDF
R. David Zorc xiii-xiv
The list of Waruno Mahdi’s publications PDF
Tom Hoogervorst, Aone van Engelenhoven, Susi Moeimam xvi-xx

Preface

Preface PDF
  xxi-xxii

Articles

Negative irrealis clauses in Malay/Indonesian and Sri Lankan Malay infinitives PDF
Peter Slomanson 1-21
"Kanala, tamaaf, tramkassie, en stuur krieslam"; Lexical and phonological echoes of Malay in Cape Town PDF
Tom Hoogervorst 22-57
Some notes on the Semerap dialect of Kerinci and its historical development PDF
Ernanda Ernanda 58-80
South Borneo as an ancient Sprachbund area PDF
Alexander Adelaar 81-101
Iban as a koine language in Sarawak PDF
Chong Shin 102-124
Vowel fronting, raising, and backing in Luzon and north-central Sulawesi PDF
Jason William Lobel 125-151
"Culture is a shadow”, language as a shade; Fragments of a dead language, Naka’ela PDF
James T. Collins 152-181
"Babaring lelakon"; The use of "-ing" in Javanese genitive constructions PDF
Daniel Krauße 182-206
The particle "ma" in Old Sundanese PDF
Aditia Gunawan, Evi Fuji Fauziyah 207-223
Islamic cultural and Arabic linguistic influence on the languages of Nusantara; From lexical borrowing to localized Islamic lifestyles PDF
Choirul Mahfud, Rika Astari, Abdurrohman Kasdi, Muhammad Arfan Mu'ammar, Muyasaroh Muyasaroh, Firdaus Wajdi 224-248

Book review

Annabel Teh Gallop (2019), "Malay seals from the Islamic world of Southeast Asia" PDF
Dick van der Meij 249-252