Presentations

Operationalising language dominance in contact linguistics: Insights from small-scale multilingual communities in the Philippines, at Dapitan City, Philippines, Saturday, March 7, 2020
Linguistic Society of the Philippines International Conference 2020
Workshop
Jose Rizal Memorial State University
5-7 March 2020
 
Abstract
 
The Philippines is a particularly rich area for the study of language contact and change—first, the...
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Complex loanwords and morphological transfer in Ibatan, at Leiden, The Netherlands, Saturday, June 15, 2019
The 11th International Austronesian and Papuan Languages and Linguistics Conference
Paper presentation
Leiden University
13-15 June 2019
 
Abstract
This study traces the history and current status of some borrowed affixes in Ibatan, an Austronesian (Batanic, Malayo-Polynesian) language spoken on the island of Babuyan Claro, Philippines. The community is multilingual, with speakers also proficient in Ilokano, the regional lingua franca, and...
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The linguistic profile of Babuyan Claro, Cagayan, at Quezon City, Philippines, Friday, November 16, 2018
The 13th Philippine Linguistics Congress
Paper presentation
University of the Philippines Diliman
14-16 November 2018
 
Abstract
Ibatan Babuyan is a Batanic language mainly spoken on the island of Babuyan Claro, Babuyan Islands, Cagayan. It is spoken as the native language of a majority of the residents of Babuyan Claro, and also as the second language of Ilokano migrants in the community. The mixed...
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The language situation in Philippine minority language communities: Reports from the Phylogeny Project fieldwork, at Hawaii, USA, Wednesday, March 8, 2017
The 5th International Conference on Language Documentation and Description
Paper presentation [co-authored with Aldrin Lee, Elsie Marie Or, Louward Allen Zubiri, and Jesus Federico Hernandez]
University of Hawaii at Manoa
1-8 March 2017
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