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Lila San Roque

I work with speakers of a language called Duna (or Yuna), which is spoken in Hela Province (formerly Southern Highlands Province) of Papua New Guinea, towards the western edge of the Highlands evidentiality area. My work is mainly descriptive, with a focus on bound morphology that relates to knowledge and perception.

I currently co-administer the PNG vernacular education network (VEN) mailing list, which is intended to help share information between people working with, researching, and/or developing the use of local languages in the formal and non-formal education sectors in PNG and the surrounding region. Anyone interested is invited to please join at
Function: Affiliated Researcher
Member of: Language and Cognition Department
Other Affiliations: The Australian National University, Canberra.
Last checked 2017-01-06

Lila San Roque

Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics
PO Box 310
6500 AH Nijmegen
The Netherlands