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9th International Austronesian and Papuan Languages
and Linguistics Conference (APLL9)
21-23 June 2017



motalavaOur department LACITO has the pleasure of hosting APLL9, the 9th edition of the conference on Austronesian and Papuan Languages and Linguistics. (See this page for a general presentation of the APLL series.)
APLL9 follows the highly successful APLL7 and APLL8 conferences held in London, and the Austronesian Languages and Linguistics (ALL) conferences held at SOAS and St Catherine's College Oxford in previous years. APLL9 will be convened in Paris – more precisely, at the campus of the Institut national des langues et civilisations orientales (INALCO), our university partner. [view the venue on this map]

The purpose of the APLL conferences is to provide a venue for presentation of the best current research on Austronesian and Papuan languages and linguistics and to promote collaboration and research in this area. All papers will be subject to assessment by the Program Committee.

This event is scheduled for three days, 21-23 June 2017.

Our invited speaker will be Dr ​​Antoinette Schapper (Univ. Köln; KITLV).



Important dates

  • Deadline for submission of abstracts: Friday, 18 November 2016 via EasyChair.
  • Notification of acceptance: Tuesday, 20 December 2016


cmfCall for papers

Abstracts are now invited for the APLL9 conference. We welcome presentations on any aspect of the linguistic analysis of Austronesian or Papuan languages..

Presentations will be 30 minutes, including discussion. Each individual may present up to one single authored paper and one joint paper.

Abstracts should be no more than one A4 page in length including references and examples. They should be anonymous, and set in a minimum of 12pt font. They should be in .docx or .pdf format and the filename should start with APLL9, followed by an underscore and then first authors' surname, e.g. APLL9_bloggs.pdf. If you have a common surname, please also include initials, e.g. APLL9_jjones.pdf.

Abstracts must be submitted via the EasyChair system which you can access by clicking on this link: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=apll9

If you do not have an EasyChair account already, you will need to create one when you do this. Once logged in complete your details and upload your abstract as an attachment (pdf or docx).

The deadline for the submission of all abstracts is Friday 18 November 2016. Applicants will be notified of abstract acceptance by Tuesday 20 December 2016.

For further information email apll9.lacito@gmail.com.


Conference fees

  • full fee: 60€
  • student fee: 35€
  • optional dinner: 30€


Organising committee

  • Peter K. Austin (SOAS, University of London)
  • Dunstan Brown (University of York)
  • Mary Dalrymple (University of Oxford)
  • Sebastian Fedden (University of Sydney)
  • Alexandre François (CNRS, France)
  • Agnès Henri (INALCO, France)
  • Claire Moyse-Faurie (CNRS, France)
  • Bert Remijsen (Edinburgh)
  • Peter Sells (University of York)


Program committee

  • Umberto Ansaldo, University of Hong Kong
  • I Wayan Arka (Australian National University/Universitas Udayana)
  • Peter K. Austin (SOAS, University of London)
  • Bethwyn Evans (Australian National University)
  • Dunstan Brown (University of York)
  • Mary Dalrymple (University of Oxford)
  • Rik De Busser, National Cheng Chi University, Taiwan
  • Mark Donohue (Australian National University)
  • Lise Dobrin (University of Virginia)
  • Michael Dunn (Uppsala University)
  • Sebastian Fedden (University of Sydney)
  • William Foley (University of Sydney)
  • Alexandre François (CNRS, France)
  • Emily Gasser (Swarthmore College)
  • Agnès Henri (INALCO, France)
  • Gary Holton (University of Hawaii)
  • Dan Kaufman (CUNY)
  • Marian Klamer (Leiden University)
  • John Lynch, USP, Vanuatu
  • Claire Moyse-Faurie (CNRS, France)
  • Bill Palmer (University of Newcastle)
  • Stefanie Pillai, University of Malaya
  • Bert Remijsen (Edinburgh)
  • Peter Sells (University of York)
  • Stacy F. Teng (Academia Sinica)
  • Rene van den Berg (SIL)





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