Bahasa Indonesia Class Materials (June – December 2010)

In reverse chronological order, from most recent to oldest:


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Class Materials, June 24th 2010

* Djenar (2003), A Student’s Guide to Indonesian Grammar, Oxford: Melbourne.

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Class Materials, May – June 2010

For a clearer overview of the passive voice in Bahasa Indonesia, see Sneddon (1996)[2005], Indonesian: A Comprehensive Grammar, pages 247-256.

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Bahasa Indonesia PDF Files (2008-2009)

Class Materials 2008 & 2009:

Class Materials 2010:

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Bahasa Indonesia Class Materials

I’ve scanned and uploaded archives of almost all of the Bahasa Indonesia class materials I have from 2008 through April 2010.  Not included is the period during which class materials were printed on 5.5″ x 8.5″ booklets — and materials from the Ibu Corrie era (2006-2008), which I plan to upload later.

The archives come in two files: one spanning 2008 & 2009; the other is 2010, January – April.  All of the files are PDF documents which have been OCRed, so that the text is indexed and searchable.

I’m certain there are errors among my answers and notes in these workbooks.  But I may never know what they are without classmates looking over my shoulder.  If you spot something, kindly let me know.



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Great Diagrams in Anthropology, Linguistics, and Social Theory

I’ve set up a photo pool on Flickr as a public archive of Great Diagrams in Anthropology, Linguistics, and Social Theory.

Consider this your invitation to contribute!

(“Partial personal semantic network for Tony D’Abrosca” by Claudia Strauss in What Makes Tony Run? Schemas as Motives Reconsidered)

Tuamatuan Conception of the Cosmos, by Paiore.  Inspiration for Margaret Mead’s fieldwork in American Samoa.

Plan of the House, by Pierre Bourdieu (1970), in “The Kabyle House or the World Reversed” in The Logic of Practice.


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West coast scholarship blitz

I’ll be presenting a paper at UCLA’s CLIC/LISO (Center for Language, Interaction, and Culture / Language, Interaction, and Social Organization) conference May 22-24.

I’ll also be presenting another, different paper at The University of Arizona’s Linguistics and Anthropology Symposium between May 9th – 11th.

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