The South East Barito languages of Indonesia and Madagascar: safeguarding their past and future
Grant number: DP120100390 | Funding period: 2012 - 2018
This project strengthens Australia's position as the pre-eminent Anglophone centre of Indonesian Studies worldwide and enhances its position as a research leader in Indian Ocean studies. It will build links between scholars in Australia, Indonesia, Europe and Madagascar, and its results will feed into Indonesian studies teaching programs.
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