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Accepted List of Participants

Papers Accepted
Indian participants

Sl.No

Name

Title

1.  

Mr. Aimol C  D

Gender In Aimol

2.  

Mr Amom Nandaraj Meetei

The syntax of Manipuri D-elements and Parameterizing Numeration

3.  

Ms.Anindita sahoo

A Study on Ao- Passives

4.  

Ms.Ayesha Kidwai

Meiteilon Report: A New Cartography Of The C-Domain

5.  

Ms. Barnali Oinam

 Some features of Barak Valley Meitei

6.  

Ms Benubala Nameirakpam

Spatial Expression of meitilon speaking mentally retarded children

7.  

Mr.Bhaskar Jyoti Goswami
Ms. Aparna Goswami

Sino-Tibetan Elements in Kamrupi, A Dialect of Assamese

8.  

Mr. Bhaskarjyoti Sarma

 Could we call it Cultural Imperialism on linguistic Change of Tibeto-Burman languages of Assam: An Investigation

9.  

Mr.  Bikram Jora,

Semantic Interpretation of Verb-Be in Kokborok

10.  

Ms.Bishakha Das

Understanding Word Morphology in relation to Syntax: Tai-Khamti

11.  

Mr.Ch. Yashawanta Singh And S. Indrakumar Singh

Title: Relative clause structure in Manipuri

12.  

Mr.Harvinder Kumar Negi

‘A Study of Ergativity Pattern in Kinnauri’

13.  

Mr.Hidam Gourashyam Singh

Case and Tense in Meiteilon: The Devil and the Deep Sea

14.  

Mr.K S Nagaraja

Interrogative Constructions In Konyak

15.  

Ms. Kakoli Dey

Spirantization in Tibeto-Burman-Bengali bilinguals in south of Assam

16.  

Ms. Kavita Rastogi

Patterns of Pronominalization in RAJI

17.  

Ms.Khawlsonkim Suantak

Affixes in Vaiphei

18.  

Ms.Khundrakpam Aruna Devi

Request Construction in English and Manipuri:
A contrastive analysis

19.  

Mr.Lalit Rajkumar

Wielding the double-edged Meiteilon Verbal Honorific Markers: in awe ofthe sharp edges of -č_/-ǰ_ and –pi/bi

20.  

Ms Lalremzami C. and Khawlsonkim Suantak

Noun-Verb Compounding in Kuki-Chin Languages

21.  

Ms.Maansi Sharma

Patterns of Grammaticalization: Contact Hindi in Itanagar

22.  

Ms.Madhumita Barbora

Noun Phrases in Bugun

23.  

Ms. Mary Kim Haokip D.

Reduplication as a process of word formation in Thadou

24.  

Ms. Meiraba Takhellambam

Tones in Meitei Lol

25.  

Ms. Pangersenla Walling

Yes/No questions in Ao

26.  

Mr.Pauthang Haokip

Negation in Thadou

27.  

Mr. Philip Thangliènmang Túngdìm

Syntactic, Semantic and, Pragmatic Functions of Zo verbal stem alternations

28.  

Ms.Pramodini N.

Plurality in Manipuri

29.  

Ms. Rajkumari Musuksana Devi

Changes In Usage Of Kinship Terms In Manipuri Language

30.  

Mr. Rajnath bhat

Phonology of the Indic Languages: A preliminary survey.

31.  

Ms.  Reena Ashem

 The Determiner Phrase of Meiteilon: how the interpretation changes depending on the order of the placement of constituents:

32.  

Ms. Shailendra Mohan

Echo- Word Formation in Tibeto-Burman Languages: A Typological Study.

33.  

Ms. Sharda Chaturvedi

Newari: A Linguistic Approach

34.  

Mr. Susanto

An Instrumental Analysis on Accent and Rhythm: A Systemic Functional Orientation in the Study of Phonetics

35.  

Ms. Sakuntala Longkumer

A Comparative Study of the Mongsen and Meithei Core Case Marking System

36.  

Mr. Temsunungsang. T.

Tonogenesis In Ao

37.  

Ms. Umarani Pappuswamy, Monali Longmailai, Zam Ngaih Cing and Vidyarati Joshi

Classifiers in Some Tibeto-Burman Languages

38.  

Mr.  Wanglit Mongchan

 Verbal Affixes in Nokte

39.  

Mr. Wichamdinbo Mataina

Liangmai Tone

40.  

Ms. Yumnam Premila Chanu
Amom Nandaraj Meetei

Participle and Nominalization in Manipuri: a PRO Analysis

Papers Accepted
Foreign Participants

Sl.No

Name

Title

1

Ms.Anju Saxena
Konchak Tashi

Lexical similarity between Sangla Kinnauri and Tinani: Results of a semi-automatic comparison of comparable word lists

2

Mr. Alexander R. Coupe

Referent tracking strategies in Mongsen Ao and Chang discourse

3

Ampika Rattanapitak

Conventional indirect request strategies: polite request in Burmese

4

Ms.Bettina Zeisler

Combinatory sound laws in proto-pre- and real Tibetan: The case of the word family *mra(o) ‘speak’, ‘speaker’, ‘human’, ‘lord’

5

Chen, Wei-Han

Phonological Alternations of the Schwa-Nasal Rhymes in Taiwanese Accented Mandarin

6

Chiu Hsiang-Yun

The semantics study of the body verbs on Mandarin, Hakka and Taiwanese

7

 Chiang, Ming-Hsiu

The causativity of V DE (得) resultative sentences

8

Chommanad Intajamornrak

Vowel and tone change in Phrae Pwo Karen: internal or external factors

9

George Bedell

The Syntax of Deixis in Thadou

10

Hui-Ting Naomi Yang

The interaction between the argument structure and temporal aspect markers le and zhe – Existential construction in Mandarin Chinese

11

Ichchha Purna Rai

A Study of the Ritual Language: An Evidences from the Kirati Rituals

12

Kedar B. NAGILA

The Dura language in the Himalayas   : A state- of- the- Arts

13

Linda Konnerth

The *gV- nominalizer in Tibeto-Burman

14

Melody Ya-Yin CHANG &Qing-Lian ZHAO &Rui-Juan XU

OSV in Naxi: Passive or Scrambling? *

15

Nathan Badenoch

“Our ethnic group has no name!” – The Pana language and its speakers in northern Laos

16

SAWADA Hideo

Phonogramics of the marker {-su} in early Burmese inscriptions: from the viewpoint of Indic scripts

17

Scott DeLancey

Sentence-Final Agreement Words in North East Indian and Central Tibeto-Burman

18

Shen Ruiqing

Creaky phonation in Northern Min and its effect on tone development

19

Shiro YABU

Verb Sentence Marker –I. and –sany in Written Burmese

20

Sing Sing NGAI

Nominal suffix ‘thio_21’ (場) of the Shaowu dialect in Fujian Province, China

21

Theraphan L-Thongkum

Numerals and Classifiers in Modern Karenic Languages and Proto-Karen

22

 Prof.Tsao Feng-fu Chen Guan-yu

Another Source of Glottal Stop Ending of Gan Dialect(贛語) in Jiangxi province(江西)

23

Tsao Feng-fu Peng Kai-yun

The Diminutive Sound Change in Nan Kang Sub-dialect of Hakka

24

Wang Jian

Mirativity in Sinitic Languages

25

Yang Tongyin

Tone Sandhi among Affective forms of Kinship Terms in Kam

26

Yang, Wan-Chun

Vowel Lowering in Tainan Zhang Sub-dialect: A Local Conjunction Approach


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