Presentation at the 26th International Conference on Historical Linguistics (ICHL 26)

4-8 September 2023

@ University of Heidelberg, Germany

An archaeolinguistic approach to Indianisation and Sinicisation of languages in Eastern Eurasia

Presenters: Chingduang Yurayong (University of Helsinki & Mahidol University) & Charlotte Ye Xu (Nanjing University)

Contributors: Sami Honkasalo & Andrew Logie (University of Helsinki), Pui Yiu Szeto (Ca’ Foscari University of Venice), U-tain Wongsathit, Sombat Mangmeesukhsiri & Kangvol Khatshima (Silpakorn University), Youngchan Oh (Ewha Womans University), Ohyoung Kwon & Junyoung Park (Seoul National University), Cheunsoo Park (Kyungpook National University)

Part of the Workshop:

Interactions at the dawn of history: Methods and results in prehistoric contact linguistics

Organisers: Marwan Kilani (University of Basel – Swiss National Science Foundation) & Rasmus G. Bjørn (Max Planck Institute of Geoanthropology, Jena)


Panel session at the 22nd Congress of Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association (IPPA 22)

6-12 November 2022

@ Le Méridien Marriott, Chiang Mai, Thailand


Comparisons in Northeast and Southeast Asian Archaeology and Protohistory

  1. Andrew Logie (University of Helsinki): Proto-Parallels Between Early Korea and Mainland Southeast Asia
  2. Ohyoung Kwon (Seoul National University) & Youngchan Oh (Ewha Woman’s University): Archaeological Similarities Between Early Korea and Vietnam
  3. Cheunsoo Park (Kyungpook National University) & Junyoung Park (Seoul National University): Exploring the Maritime Silk Road Through the Exchange of Glass
  4. Seungju Choi & Seongjin Park (Daehan Institute of Cultural Properties): Jar Coffin Tombs in the Southwestern Korean Peninsula and East Asia
  5. Chingduang Yurayong (University of Helsinki & Mahidol University): Linguistic areality in Northeast and Southeast Asia