The Indonesian archipelago stands out as one of the world’s most linguistically diverse regions, home to over 650 languages. Certain areas within the archipelago remain among the least-explored ‘linguistic hotspots,’ housing languages that are under-documented and understudied. This rich linguistic tapestry raises numerous questions for linguistics and related disciplines, such as the boundaries of conceivable human language types, the scope of cross-linguistic variations in specific categories, historical migrations of speakers, and the outcomes of language contact. This platform offers links to research conducted by Wayan Arka and his associates.

Enggano Language

Barrier Islands Languages

Merauke Languages

Flores Languages

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