NAWATA Hiroyuki

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Name
NAWATA Hiroyuki
E-mail
nawataedu.shimane-u.ac.jp
Affiliation
Shimane University
Section
Faculty of Education, Department of Education in Language and Culture
Job title
Professor
Degree
Doctor(English Linguistics)(Nagoya University), Master of Arts(Nagoya University)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Apr 2014
 - 
Today
Professor, Faculty of Education, Shimane University
 
Apr 2004
 - 
Mar 2014
Associate Professor, Faculty of Education, Shimane University
 
Apr 2000
 - 
Mar 2004
Assistant Professor, Faculty of Education, Shimane University
 

Education

 
Apr 1995
 - 
Mar 2000
English Linguistics, Graduate School of Letters, Nagoya University
 
Apr 1991
 - 
Mar 1995
English Linguistics, Faculty of Letters, Nagoya University
 

Committee Memberships

 
Apr 2016
 - 
Today
Modern English Association  Board of Directors
 
Jun 2015
 - 
Today
The English Literary Society of Japan  Conference Organizing Committee
 
Nov 2009
 - 
Nov 2012
The English Linguistic Society of Japan  conference organizing committee member
 
Apr 2009
 - 
Mar 2012
The English Literary Society of Japan  editorial board member
 
Apr 2005
 - 
Mar 2009
The Modern English Association  editorial board member
 

Awards & Honors

 
Aug 2013
Good Education Practice Award, Shimane University
 
Aug 2010
Distinguished Research Contribution Award, Shimane University
 
Nov 2008
The Promising Young Researchers Award, The English Linguistic Society of Japan
 
Apr 2000
The Ivy Award, The Society of English Literature and Linguistics, Nagoya University
 
May 1998
The Rising Star Award, Modern English Association
 

Published Papers

 
Temporal Adverbs and the Downward Shift of Subjects in Middle English: A Pilot Study
Hiroyuki Nawata
Studies in Modern English: The Thirtieth Anniversary Publication of the Modern English Association   203-218   May 2014   [Refereed]
Verbal Inflection, Feature Inheritance, and the Loss of Null Subjects in Middle English
Hiroyuki Nawata
Interdisciplinary Information Sciences   20(2) 103-120   May 2014   [Refereed]
A Cartographic Analysis of the That-Trace Effect in the History of English
NAWATA Hiroyuki
Language Change: Motivation and MEchanism   120-135   Apr 2013
On the Licensing and the Demise of "Null Subjects" in Old and Middle English: From a Topic Prominent Language to a Subject Prominent language
NAWATA Hiroyuki
Memoirs of the Faculty of Education Shimane University   46 101-110   Dec 2012
A Note on Diachronic Parametric Change under the Minimalist Program: Toward a Solution of the Logical Problem of Language Change
NAWATA Hiroyuki
Memoirs of the Faculty of Education Shimane University   45 71-82   Dec 2011
Gradual Parametric Change? Revisiting the Loss of Non-Nominative Experiencers of Like
Hiroyuki Nawata
Studies in Modern English   27 75-99   May 2011   [Refereed]
What Does Theoretical Linguistics Have to Say about Language Education? The Case of Generative Grammar and EFL in Japan
Hiroyuki Nawata
Memoirs of the Faculty of Education Shimane University   44 supplement 7-16   Feb 2011
On the Resetting of the Subject Parameter by Japanese Learners of English: A Survey of Junior High School Students
Hiroyuki Nawata and Keiko Tsubokura
Second Language   9 63-82   Aug 2010   [Refereed]
A Note on the Person Split of Pro-Drop in Early English
Hiroyuki Nawata
Synchronic and Diachronic Approaches to the Study of Language: A Collection of Papers Dedicated to the Memory of Professor Masachiyo Amano   217-230   Jun 2010
Clausal Architecture and Inflectional Paradigm: The Case of V2 in the History of English
Hiroyuki Nawata
English Linguistics   26(1) 247-283   Jun 2009   [Refereed]
Control without PRO: An Agree-Based Approach
Hiroyuki Nawata
IVY Never Sere: The Fiftieth Anniversary Publication of The Society of English Literature and Linguistics, Nagoya University   371-388   Mar 2009
On the Acquisition of the Subject by Japanese Learners of English: A Survey of Junior High School Students
Keiko Tsubokura and Hiroyuki Nawata
Memoirs of the Faculty of Education Shimane University   42 45-54   Dec 2008
A New Perspective on the Development of the To-Infinitive
Hiroyuki Nawata
English Linguistics   24(2) 514-544   Dec 2007   [Refereed]
The History of Alive: Toward a Realizational Approach to Grammaticalization
Hiroyuki Nawata
IVY   40 45-80   Nov 2007   [Refereed]
T-to-C Movement and the “Degrammaticalization” of Infinitival To
Hiroyuki Nawata
Exploring the Universe of Language: A Festschrift for Dr. Hirozo Nakano on the Occasion of his Seventieth Birthday   221-238   Mar 2007
Grammaticalization and the Economy of Vocabulary Insertion
Hiroyuki Nawata
Textual and Contextual Studies in Medieval English: Towards the Reunion of Linguistics and Philology   85-103   May 2006
Delayed Merge and the Position of Not
Tomio Hirose and Hiroyuki Nawata
Kanagawa University Studies of Language   28 13-23   Mar 2006
Control and Agree: A Distributed-Morphological Approach
Hiroyuki Nawata
Memoirs of the Faculty of Education Shimane University   39 85-99   Feb 2006
Grammaticalisation under Distributed Morphology with special reference to the Development of Modal Auxiliaries
Hiroyuki Nawata
A New Perspective of Grammaticalisation   75-108   Nov 2005
Grammatical Change at PF: For To Infinitives in English and Distributed Morphology
Hiroyuki Nawata
English Linguistics   21(1) 85-117   Jun 2004   [Refereed]
On the Syntactic Structure of Attributine Adjectives in English
Hiroyuki Nawata
English Teaching and English Studies   20 111-132   May 2004
The Rich Agreement Hypothesis Revisited: An Explanation Based on Phonological Realization of Inflectional Suffixes
Hiroyuki Nawata
JELS   21 140-149   Mar 2004
On the Dialect Variation of Verb Second in Middle English
Hiroyuki Nawata
Studies in Modern English: The Twentieth Anniversary Publication of the Modern English Associatoin   223-236   Dec 2003   [Refereed]
The Rich Agreement Hypothesis and the Loss of Verb Second in English
Hiroyuki Nawata
Studies in Modern English   19 55-62   May 2003   [Refereed]
Toward Restructuring School English Grammar
Hiroyuki Nawata
English Teaching and English Studies   19 39-57   Mar 2002
For To Infinitives and Distributed Morphology
Hiroyuki Nawata
Eigo Seinen   144(7) 420-422   Oct 2001
Toward Anti-Teleological Explanation of Language Change
Hiroyuki Nawata
English Teaching and English Language   18 41-68   Mar 2001
An Analysis of the That-trace Effect in the History of English
Hiroyuki Nawata
JELS   17 134-143   Jan 2000
A Note on For To Infinitives in the History of English
Hiroyuki Nawata
Linguistics and Philology   19 321-336   Jan 2000
Split-CP, Doubly-Filled Comp, and Locality of Language Change
Hiroyuki Nawata
English Linguistics   16(1) 121-144   Jun 1999   [Refereed]
Locality of Diachronic Feature Shift and Do-Support
Hiroyuki Nawata
JELS   16 171-180   Feb 1999
The Distribution of Complementizers and the Split-CP Hypothesis Revisited
Hiroyuki Nawata
Linguistics and Philology   18 73-94   Dec 1998
On the Development of Infinitival Constructions in the History of English
Hiroyuki Nawata
Studies in Modern English   14 29-51   May 1998   [Refereed]
A Phi-Feature Checking Approach to PRO
Hiroyuki Nawata
Central Japan English Studies   17 83-97   Oct 1998   [Refereed]
An A'-Movement Analysis of the Finite ECM Construction
Hiroyuki Nawata
Linguistics and Philology   17 145-165   Dec 1997
The Correspondence Between Functional Categories and Semantic Features in the ECM Contruction
Hiroyuki Nawata
IVY   30 89-114   Oct 1997   [Refereed]
Head Movement in Predicative Nouns and Adjectives
Hiroyuki Nawata
Inquiries into the Depth of Language   190-201   Oct 1996
An AgrP Analysis of English Resultatives
Hiroyuki Nawata
Central Japan English Studies   15 83-96   Mar 1996   [Refereed]
On the Complement Structure of Causative Make and Have
Hiroyuki Nawata
Linguistics and Philology   15 115-131   Dec 1995

Misc

 
Review: The Early English Impersonal Construction: An Analysis of Verbal and Constructional Meaning, by Ruth Möhlig-Falke, Oxford: Oxford University Press
Hiroyuki Nawata
Studies in Modern English   32 137-147   Jul 2016   [Refereed][Invited]
Review: Information Structure and Syntactic Change in the History of English, ed. by Anneli Meurman-Solin, María José López-Couso, and Bettelou Los, Oxford: Oxford University Press
Hiroyuki Nawata
English Linguistics   31(1) 353-364   Jun 2014   [Refereed][Invited]
Review: Morphosyntactic Change: Functional and Formal Perspectives, by Olga Fischer, Oxford: Oxford University Press
Hiroyuki Nawata
Studies in English Literature   49 151-158   Mar 2008   [Refereed][Invited]
Review: Grammatical Relations in Change, ed. by Jan Terje Faarlund, Amsterdam: John Benjamins
Hiroyuki Nawata
Studies in English Literature   44 104-109   Mar 2003   [Refereed][Invited]
Review : Zero Syntax: Experiencers and Cascades, by David Pesetsky, Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press
Masachiyo Amano, Tomohiro Yanagi, Ikuo Miura, Satoko Osawa, Atsushi Takekoshi and Hiroyuki Nawata
Linguistics and Philology   18 127-141   Dec 1998

Books etc

 
A New Dictionary of Technical Terms of (English) Linguistics
Hirozo Nakano, Yoshihiro Hattori, Takahiro Ono, and Tetsuo Nishihara (eds.) (Part:Contributor)
Dec 2015   
Understanding the Forefront of Theoretical Linguistics from Book Reviews
Hiroyuki Nawata (Part:Joint Work)
Kaitakusha   Jun 2013   
Syntax
Asakura   Jan 2013   
The WISDOM English-Japanese Dictionary, Third Edition
Jan 2013   
The WISDOM English-Japanese Dictionary, Second Edition
Sanseido   Jan 2007   
The WISDOM English-Japanese Dictionary
Sanseido   Jan 2003   
Locality of Language Change: A Study of Diachronic Feature Shift in English
Yushodo   Jan 2001   
A Dictionary of Technical Terms of English Linguistics
Sanseido   Jan 1999   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
"Complementizers” and the Right Periphery of Japanese
Tomio Hirose and Hiroyuki Nawata
International Workshop on Syntactic Cartography 2015   6 Dec 2015   
On the Emergence and Convergence of Syntactic Variations [Invited]
NAWATA Hiroyuki
The 32nd Annual Conference of the English Linguistic Society of Japan   9 Nov 2014   
On the Diachronic Change of Subject Positions in the History of English: A Downward Shift Analysis
NAWATA Hiroyuki
Corpus, Language Change, and Linguistic Theory   9 Sep 2014   
Syntactic Effects of Morphological Change: The Case of the Loss of "Null Subjects" in the History of English [Invited]
NAWATA Hiroyuki
The 85th Annual General Meeting of the English Literary Society of Japan   25 May 2013   
Feature Inheritance as a Reflex of Diachronic Change: Evidence from Transitive Expletive Constructions in the History of English
Hiroyuki Nawata
The 13th International Diachronic Generative Syntax Conference   Jun 2011   
On the Acquisition of the Subject by Japanese Learners of English: A Survey of Junior High School Students
Keiko Tsubokura and Hiroyuki Nawata
The 8th Annual Conference of The Japan Second Language Association   Jun 2008   
Agreement and Control [Invited]
Hiroyuki Nawata
The 57th General Meeting of The English Literary Society of Japan, Chubu   Oct 2005   
Grammaticalization and the Economy of Vocabulary Insertion
Hiroyuki Nawata
The 1st Conference of The Society of Historical English Language and Linguistics   Sep 2005   
Grammaticalization and Parameter Change [Invited]
Hiroyuki Nawata
The 22nd Conference of The English Linguistic Society of Japan   Nov 2004   
The Rich Agreement Hypothesis Revisited: An Explanation Based on Phonological Realization of Inflectional Affixes
Hiroyuki Nawata
The 21st Conference of The English Linguistic Society of Japan   Nov 2003   
Toward the Restructuring of the School English Grammar [Invited]
Hiroyuki Nawata
The 27th General Meeting of The Japan Society of English Language Education   Aug 2002   
Diachronic Change of the Clause Structure with Special Reference to For To Infinitives [Invited]
Hiroyuki Nawata
The 18th Conference of The Modern English Association   May 2001   
An Analysis of the That-Trace Effect in the History of English
Hiroyuki Nawata
The 17th Conference of The English Linguistic Society of Japan   Nov 1999   
Locality of Diachronic Feature Shift and Do-Support
Hiroyuki Nawata
The 16th Conference of The English Linguistic Society of Japan   Nov 1998   
Locality of Language Change: Evidence from Doubly-Filled COMP in ME
Hiroyuki Nawata
The 70th General Meeting of The English Literary Society of Japan   May 1998   
Locality of Language Change: Evidence from Doubly-Filled COMP in ME
Hiroyuki Nawata
The 37th Annual Meeting of The Society of English Literature and Linguistics, Nagoya University   Apr 1998   
On the Historical Change of the Infinitive Marker
Hiroyuki Nawata
The 14th Conference of The Modern English Association   May 1997   
On the Spread of Accusative with Infinitive Constructions in Middle English
Hiroyuki Nawata
The 36th Annual Meeting of The Society of English Literature and Linguistics, Nagoya University   Apr 1997   
Obligatory Control and Feature Checking
Hiroyuki Nawata
The 48th General Meeting of The English Literary Society of Japan, Chubu   Oct 1996   
ECM Construction and the Structures of Infinitives
Hiroyuki Nawata
The 35th Annual Meeting of The Society of English Literature and Linguistics, Nagoya University   Apr 1996   

Research Grants & Projects

 
A Study on the Diachronic Shift of Subject Positions in English: From a Discourse Configurational Language to a Subject Prominent Language
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS): Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C)
Project Year: Apr 2014 - Mar 2017    Investigator(s): NAWATA Hiroyuki
A Generative Study of the Diachronic Change of English Syntax: Toward the Refinement of the Parameter Model
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS): Grant-in-Aid for Young Scientists (B)
Project Year: Apr 2011 - Mar 2014    Investigator(s): NAWATA Hiroyuki
On the Demise of Null Expletive Subjects in the History of English
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS): Grant-in-Aid for Young Scientists (B)
Project Year: Apr 2009 - Mar 2011    Investigator(s): NAWATA Hiroyuki
On the Syntactic Effect of the Morphological Change in the Verbal Inflectional System in the History of English
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS): Grant-in-Aid for Young Scientists (B)
Project Year: Apr 2007 - Mar 2009    Investigator(s): NAWATA Hiroyuki
On the Grammaticalization of Modals in the History of English
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS): Grant-in-Aid for Young Scientists (B)
Project Year: Apr 2005 - Mar 2007    Investigator(s): NAWATA Hiroyuki
On the Demise of the Verb Second Phenomenon in the History of English
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS): Grant-in-Aid for Young Scientists (B)
Project Year: Apr 2003 - Mar 2005    Investigator(s): NAWATA Hiroyuki