Welcome to the 31st Annual Meeting of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society (SEALS 31)! Thank you for joining us.
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This conference was co-organized by the UHM Department of Linguistics and the National Foreign Language Resource Center (NFLRC) and received generous funding from the National Science Foundation, the NFLRC, and the UHM Center for Southeast Asian Studies (CSEAS).
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Thursday, May 19 • 1:40pm - 2:10pm
Differential argument marking in Munda: Head- and dependent-marked structures

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Many Munda languages show patterns of differential argument marking. Individual languages also show head vs. dependent marked systems sometimes at the same time. We detail the systems of differential argument marking in roughly a dozen Munda languages and offer historical explanations for these systems as merited and possible.


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Gregory D S Anderson

Director, Living Tongues Institute for Endangered Languages
Living Dictionaries, Munda Languages, Language Documentation, Languages of Arunachal Pradesh
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Luke Horo

Postdoctoral researcher, Living Tongues Institute
I am a postdoctoral researcher working with the Living Tongues Institute for Endangered Languages. I am an experienced field-based researcher, specialized in conducting instrumental studies in phonetic science. My work mainly focuses on the description and documentation of Munda languages... Read More →
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Opino Gomango

Project coordinator, Livingtongues Institution for Endanger Language
I am a Sora Speaker and  a Sora language activist who began working with Living Tongues Institute for Endangered Languages in  2007 to help document. In 2008, I initiated the “Sora Talking Dictionary and Online Grammar Project” , also a Local Project Coordinator and Field Researcher... Read More →

Thursday May 19, 2022 1:40pm - 2:10pm HST
CC 309/310