icon Stacy Fang-ching TENG Associate Research Fellow 
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Institute of Linguistics, Academia Sinica
128, Section 2, Academia Road 115, Taipei,
Taiwan, R.O.C

Telephone: 02-2652-5024
E-mail: stacyt@gate.sinica.edu.tw

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iconEducation

Ph.D., Australian National University

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Associate research fellow, Institute of Linguistics, Academia Sinica (2015.01~)
Assistant research fellow, Institute of Linguistics, Academia Sinica (2008.04~2015.01)
Postdoctoral research fellow, Institute of Linguistics, Academia Sinica (2008.01~2008.03)
Adjunct instructor, National Taitung University (2007.02~2007.07)
English teacher, Kuang Jen Catholic High School (1998.08~2000.07)
English teacher, Daren Girls’ High School (1997.08~1998.07)

iconPublications - Journal Papers
  • Stacy Fang-ching Teng。2018。A reconstruction of the Proto-Puyuma aspectual and modal system。Oceanic Linguistics 57.2:303-334。 download
  • Elizabeth Zeitoun,Stacy F. Teng。2016。Reassessing the position of KanaKanavu and Saaroa among the Formosan languages。OCEANIC LINGUISTICS 55.1:162-198。 download
  • Stacy F.Teng, Elizabeth Zeitoun。2016。The noun-verb distinction in Kananakanavu and Saaroa:Evidence from pronounns。 OCEANIC LINGUISTICS 55.1:134-161。 download
  • Stacy Fang-ching Teng. 2014. Grammaticalization of predicative possession in Nanwang Puyuma and as a basis for reconstruction in PAn. OCEANIC LINGUISTICS 53.1:141-159.  download
  • Teng, Stacy Fang-ching. 2011. Noun phrase conjunction in three Puyuma dialects. Language and Linguistics 12.1:171-204.  download
  • Teng, Stacy Fang-ching and Malcolm Ross. 2010. Squib: Is Puyuma a Primary branch of Austronesian? A Reply to Sagart. Oceanic Linguistics 49.2:543-558.  download
  • Zeitoun, Elizabeth, Stacy Fang-ching Teng and Raleigh Ferrell. 2010. Reconstruction of ’2’ and related issues. Language and Linguistics 11.4:853-884.  download
  • Teng, Stacy Fang-ching. 2009. Case syncretism in Puyuma. Language and Linguistics 10.4:819-844.  download
  • Ross, Malcolm D., and Teng, Stacy Fang-ching. 2005. Formosan languages and linguistic typology. Language and Linguistics 6:739-781.  download
  • Ross, Malcolm D., and Teng, Stacy Fang-ching. 2005. Clause constructions in Nanwang Puyuma. Concentric 31:119-158.  download


iconPublications - Conference Papers
  • Teng,Stacy Fang-Ching and Elizabeth Zeitoun. 2015. A reassessment of voice and nominalization in Saaroa. Paper to be presented to the 13-ICAL,July 18-23,2015. Academia Sinica,Taipei.
  • Zeitoun,Elizabeth and Stacy Fang-ching Teng. 2014. The position of Kanakanavu and Saaroa within the Formosan languages revisited. Paper presented to the 14th International Symposium on Chinese Languages and Linguitics, June 4-9,2014.. Academia Sinica,Taipei.
  • Teng,Stacy Fang-Ching and Elizabeth Zeitoun. 2014. Kanakanavu personal pronouns revisited. paper presented to the Seventh Austonesian and Papuan Languages and Linguistics Conference,May 16-17,2014. SOAS,University of London.
  • Teng,Stacy Fang-ching. 2013. The status of Puyuma. Invited talk given at the class‘Topics in Austroneisan Historical Linguitics’,Dec 18,. National Tsing Hua University,Hsinchu.
  • Teng,Stacy Fang-ching. 2013. Grammaticalization of predicative possession in Puyuma. Paper presented to the NTU workshop on discourese and grammar in Formosan language:Constructions and the lexicon in Formosan languages,June 1,2013. National Taiwan University,Taipei.
  • Teng,Stacy Fang-ching. 2012. Formation of instrumental nouns:Ca- reduplication vs. i-prefixation in Katripul Puyuma. Linguistics Colloquium,May 21,2012. Academia Sinica,Taipei.
  • Teng,Stacy Fang-ching. 2012. A comparative study of the personal pronominal systems in three Puyuma dialects. Workshop on “A typological study of Austronesian languages in Taiwan and their revitalization”December 1-2,2012. Academia Sinica,Taipei.
  • Stacy Fang-ching Teng. 2011. A comparative study of the personal pronominal systems in three Puyuma dialects. NTU workshop on discourse and grammar in Formosan languages.
  • Teng,Stacy Fang-ching. 2011. An introduction to the Puyuma language. Invited talk given at the class‘Introduction to Languages of Taiwan’,April 16,2011 . National Tsing Hua University, Hsinchu.
  • Stacy Fang-ching Teng. 2010. From allative to anticausative: The grammaticalization path of mu- in Puyuma. The 8th International Symposium on Taiwanese Languages and Teaching, National United University, Miaoli..
  • Teng, Stacy Fang-ching. 2009. Noun phrase conjunction in three Puyuma dialects. Paper presented in the Workshop on Coordination and Comitativity in Austronesian Languages. Academia Sinica.
  • Teng, Stacy Fang-ching. 2009. Possessive, instrumental and existential-A study of the mi- construction in Nanwang Puyuma. Linguistics Colloquium. Academia Sinica.
  • Teng, Stacy Fang-ching. 2008. Syncretism in Puyuma. The Past Meets the Present: A Dialogue Between Historical Linguistics and Theoretical Linguistics. Academia Sinica..
  • Teng, Stacy Fang-ching. 2008. The internal relationships among Puyuma dialects: evidence from morphosyntax. The Second Workshop on Internal Relationships of Formosan languages. Academia Sinica.
  • Teng, Stacy Fang-ching. 2007. Empirical challenges to a coherent morphological analysis in Formosan languages. Linguistics Colloquium. Academia Sinica.
  • Elizabeth Zeitoun and Stacy Fang-ching Teng. 2006. The morpheme ki- in Rukai, Paiwan and Puyuma: borrowing, shared innovation or parallel development?. The Joint Conference of IACL-14 and IsCLL-10. Academia Sinica, Taipei.
  • Teng, Stacy Fang-ching. 2006. Three predicative possessions in Puyuma. The Tenth International Conference on Austronesian Linguistics. Palawan.
  • Ross, Malcolm D. and Stacy Fang-ching Teng. 2004. Formosan languages and linguistic typology. The Ninth International Symposium on Chinese Languages and Linguistics. National Taiwan University, Taipei.
  • Ross, Malcolm D. and Stacy Fang-ching Teng. 2003. The Notion of “Verb” in Puyuma: A Construction Grammar Approach. The Symposium on the Notion of ‘Verb’ in Formosan Languages. Academia Sinica, Taipei.
  • Teng, Stacy Fang-ching. 2002. Causative Construction in Puyuma. The Ninth International Conference on Austronesian Linguistics. Australian National University, Canberra.
  • Teng, Stacy Fang-ching. 2000. Nominalization in Puyuma. Workshop on Nominalization in Formosan Languages. Academia Sinica, Taipei.


iconPublications - Book chapters
  • Stacy Fang-ching Teng. 2016. Nanwang Puyuma. Encyclopedia of Chinese Language and Linguistics. eds.Zev Handel,Rint Sybesma,James Huang,Wolfgang Behr,Gu Yueguo., Leiden,The Netherlands:Brill.
  • Stacy Fang-ching Teng. 2015. A comparative study of the personal pronominal systems in three Puyuma dialects. New Advances in Formosan Linguistics 407-429. eds. Elizabeth Zeitoun,Stacy Fang-ching Teng,and Joy Jin-lan wu, Canberra,Australia:Asia-Pacific Linguistics.
  • Zeitoun, Elizabeth and Stacy Fang-ching Teng. 2009. From ki-N ’get N’ in Formosan languages to ki-V ’get-ed’ (passive) in Rukai, Paiwan and Puyuma. Discovering History through Language: Papers in Honour of Malcolm Ross 479-500. ed. Bethwyn Evans, Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.
  • Teng, Stacy Fang-ching. 2006. Grammatical relations in Puyuma. In The Many Faces of Austronesian Voice Systems: some new empirical studies 127-140. eds. I Wayan Arka and Malcolm Ross, Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.


iconPublications - Books
  • 鄧芳青。2016。卑南語語法概論。行政院原住民族委員會。
  • Teng, Stacy Fang-ching. 2008. A Grammar of Puyuma, an Austronesian language of Taiwan. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.


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