Kemaloh Lundayeh – English Dictionary
Final Draft December 2006
Financial support which led to this dictionary came from a National Defense Language Fellow (Indonesian/Malay). (1963-64) and a National Institutes of Health Traineeship (1965-66) both held during Jay’s tenure as a Southeast Asian Program Fellow, Cornell University (1963-70). Initial fieldwork with the Lundayeh in 1968-68 was supported by a National Institute of Mental Health Pre-doctoral Fellowship and Research Grant. A brief re-visit to Sabah and Sarawak and the publication of the Lundayeh text of an engagement negotiation was supported by a Fulbright-Hays Senior Research Grant and Fellowship and Visiting Research Fellowship, Institute for Southeast Asian Studies, Republic of Singapore (1979-80). Beginning in 1992, Jay began a collaboration with Vicki Pearson-Rounds (Office of Research and Sponsored Projects, CSU Sacramento). They worked together in Sabah and Sarawak, Malaysia and East Kalimantan, Indonesia. Their work was supported by the following: CSU Summer Research Fellowships (1992, 1993), an Overseas Mission Research Fellowship Research Grant (Pew Charitable Trusts) (1994), a Southeast Asia Council Research Grant (Henry Luce Foundation) (1995), a CSU Summer Research Fellowships (1996, 1997), a CSU Assigned Time Grant (1997), an American Philosophical Society Grant (1999), a CSU Summer Research Fellowship (2000, 2002). Ricky Ganang came to the United States to work for six weeks with the support of a Monetary Research Grant in 2000. We are most grateful for these awards.