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  Language and Oral Traditions in Borneo  
  Selected Papers from the First Extraordinary Session of the Borneo Research Council, Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia, August 4-9, 1990  

James T. Collins, Editor


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ISBN 0-9629568-6-4




Introduction by James T. Collins

Evaluating Written and Oral Sources in Ethnohistory Studies: The Case of Bonggi by Michael Boutin

Kutai Malay: Variation and Historical Change by James T. Collins

A Grain of Truth in the Story of Tembawang Tampun Juah by Richard Allen Drake

Language Change in the Literature of Borneo: A Study Based on Hikayat Banjar and Syair Awang Semaun by Siti Hawa Salleh

Asu vs Tasu: On the Origins of Dusunic Moveable T- by Paul R. Kroeger

Language Labelling and Other Factors Affecting Perception of Ethnic Identity in Sabah by Rita B. Lasimbang and Carolyn P. Miller

Who are the Belait? An Ethnolinguistic Inquiry by Peter W. Martin

Lexical Development of Modern Malay: The Borneo Contribution by Nik Safiah Karim and Abdul Jalil Annuar

The Geminate Consonants in Brunei Malay by Soepomo Poedjosoedarmo

Brunei English: A New Variety? by A Conrad K. Ozog

A Preliminary Look at Phonetic Variation in the Vowels of Brunei Malay by Gloria Peodjosoedarmo

A Dialect Survey of the Land Dayaks of Sarawak by Donald M. Topping

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