Jambi (city and surrounding villages)

DATA SET NAME: Jambi City PROJECT NAME: Traditional Jambi Malay PROJECT DESCRIPTION: This project studies Traditional Jambi Malay, an endangered Malay variety spoken in Jambi Province in southeast Sumatra, Indonesia. The PI/co-PIs are Peter Cole and Gaby Hermon of the University of Delaware, and Uri Tadmor of the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology. The are assisted by Yanti, former research assistant at the Jakarta Field Station and native of Jambi, who is currently pursuing a doctoral program at the Univesity of Delaware. The Malay language originated in Sumatra, and dozens of Malay dialects are spoken on the island, none of which have been well described. Most native...
DATA SET NAME: Mudung Darat PROJECT NAME: Traditional Jambi Malay PROJECT DESCRIPTION: This project studies Traditional Jambi Malay, an endangered Malay variety spoken in Jambi Province in southeast Sumatra, Indonesia. The PI/co-PIs are Peter Cole and Gaby Hermon of the University of Delaware, and Uri Tadmor of the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology. The are assisted by Yanti, former research assistant at the Jakarta Field Station and native of Jambi, who is currently pursuing a doctoral program at the Univesity of Delaware. The Malay language originated in Sumatra, and dozens of Malay dialects are spoken on the island, none of which have been well described. Most native...
DATA SET NAME: Sarolangun DATA SET DESCRIPTION: A corpus of naturalistic speech from Sarulangun. PROJECT NAME: Sarolangun PROJECT DESCRIPTION: This database is part a project focusing on Traditional Malay varieties spoken in the interior of Sumatra. The Malay language originated in Sumatra, and dozens of Malay dialects are spoken on the island, few of which have been described. The purpose of this project is to study a few rapidly disappearing Malayic languages which display a mixture of grammatical characteristics typical of their language family (Malayic), and grammatical characteristics (including e.g. morphological apophony) that are otherwise unknown in frequently studied Malayic...
DATA SET NAME: Tanjung Raden PROJECT NAME: Traditional Jambi Malay PROJECT DESCRIPTION: This project studies Traditional Jambi Malay, an endangered Malay variety spoken in Jambi Province in southeast Sumatra, Indonesia. The PI/co-PIs are Peter Cole and Gaby Hermon of the University of Delaware, and Uri Tadmor of the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology. The are assisted by Yanti, former research assistant at the Jakarta Field Station and native of Jambi, who is currently pursuing a doctoral program at the Univesity of Delaware. The Malay language originated in Sumatra, and dozens of Malay dialects are spoken on the island, none of which have been well described. Most native...