HASEGAWA, Nobuko

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Name
HASEGAWA, Nobuko
Affiliation
Kanda University of International Studies
Section
Graduate School of Language Sciences, Div. of English Linguistics and Pedagogy
Job title
Professor of Linguistics,Director of the Center for Language Sciences

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Apr 2012
 - 
Today
Director, Kanda University of International Studies, Center for Foreign Language Proficiency
 
Apr 2008
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Today
Advisor, Kanda University of International Studies, Center for Teaching English to Children
 
Apr 2001
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Mar 2012
Director, Kanda University of International Studies, Center for Language Sciences
 
Apr 2008
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Mar 2010
Chair, Kanda University of International Studies, Graduate School of Langauge Sciences
 
Aug 2004
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Aug 2005
Visiting Scholar, Dept. of Linguistics and Philosophy
 
Jan 1982
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Mar 1992
Lecturer, University of California, Irvine
 
Mar 1989
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Mar 1991
Part time Lecturer, Kobe City University
 
May 1988
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Mar 1991
Associate Professor, Kobe Shoin College
 
Sep 1982
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May 1988
Assistant Professor, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
 
1985
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1986
Visiting Scholar, University of Southern California, Linguistics Dpt.
 

Education

 
 
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1981
Linguistics, Department of Linguistics, University of Washington
 
 
   
 
Waseda University
 

Published Papers

 
On the Cleft Construction: Is it Simplex or Complex?
(10) 13-32   2011
Thetic Judgment as Presentational
HASEGAWA Nobuko
(26) 3-23   2010   [Refereed]
Agreement at the CP Level: Clause Types and the ‘Person’ Restriction on the Subject.
HASEGAWA Nobuko
The proceedings of the Workshop on Altaic Formal Linguistics   (5) 131-152   2009
Wh-Movement in Japanese: Matrix Sluicing is different from Embedded Sluicing
HASEGAWA Nobuko
The proceedings of the Workshop on Altaic Formal Linguistics   (4) 63-74   2008
Licensing a Null Subject at CP: Imperatives, the 1st Person, and PRO
HASEGAWA Nobuko
(7) 1-34   2008
The Possessor Raising Construction and the Interpretation of the Subject
HASEGAWA Nobuko
Phrasal and Clausal Architecture: Syntactic Derivation and Interpretation (John Benjamins Publishing Co.) Simin Karimi, Vida Samiian and Wendy K. Wilkins eds.   62-99   2007
Casual Speech: How It Differs from Fast Speech
HASEGAWA Nobuko
Perspectives on teaching connected speech to second language speakers   165-183   2006
Honorifics
HASEGAWA Nobuko
The Blackwell Companion to Syntax (Blackwell Publishers)   (2) 493-543   2006   [Refereed]
‘Unaccusative’ Transitives and Burzio’s Generalization: Reflexive Constructions in Japanese
HASEGAWA Nobuko
MIT Working Papers in Linguistics   (46) 300-314   2004
Note on the Structures of Change of Location and Change of State Predicates,
Scientific Approaches to Language, Center for Language Sciences, Kanda University of Language Sciences.   No. 2, pp. 25-52    2003
Causatives and the Role of v: Agent, Causer, and Experiencer
Linguistics and Interdisciplinary Research: Proceedings of the COE International Symposium. ed. by Kazuko Inoue and Nobuko Hasegawa, Kanda University of International Studies.   1-35    2001
Resultatives and Language Variations: Result Phrases and VV Compounds
Japanese/Korean Linguistids   Vol. 9    2000
Resultatives and Language Variations: Result Phrases and VV Compounds
HASEGAWA Nobuko
Japanese/Korean Linguistics   (9) 269-282   2000
The Syntax of Resultatives
HASEGAWA Nobuko
Linguistics: In Search of the Human Mind (Kaitakusha Pulbishers) Masatake Muraki and Enoch Iwamoto (eds.)   178-208   1998   [Invited]
Syntax of Resultatives
HASEGAWA Nobuko
Grant-in-Aid for COE Research Report (2): Researching and Varifying an Advanced Theory of Human Language, Kanda University of International Studies   31-57   1998
A Copula-Based Analysis of Japanese Clefts: Wa-Cleft and Ga-Cleft. Grant-in-Aid for COE Research Report (1): Researching and Varifying an Advanced Theory of Human Language
HASEGAWA, Nobuko
Kanda University of International Studies   15-38   1997
A Copula-based Analysis of Japanese Clefts: Wa-Cleft and Ga-Cleft
Researching and Verifying an Advanced Theory of Human anguage, Grant-in-Aid for COE Research Report(1-A), Kanda University of International Studies   pp. 15-38    1997
Economy of Derivation and A'-Movement in Japanese
HASEGAWA, Nobuko, ひつじ書房, In M. Nakamura (ed.)
Current Topics in English and Japanese   1-25   1994
Floating Quantifiers and Bare NP Expressions
HASEGAWA, Nobuko, くろしお出版, Nobuko Hasegawa (ed.)
Japanese Syntax in Comparative Grammar   115-145   1993
On Non-Argument Quantifiers
HASEGAWA, Nobuko
Metropolitan Linguistics   11 52-78   1991   [Refereed]

Books etc

 
The Syntax of Resultatives
Linguistics: In Search of the Human Mind.ed. by in Masatake Muraki and Enoch Iwamoto, Kaitakusha.   1999   
Economy of Derivation and A'-Movement in Japanese
Current Topics in English and Japanese, ed. by in Masaru Nakamura, Hitsuzi Shobo   1994   
Floating Quantifiers and Bare NP Expressions
Japanese Syntax in Comparative Grammar. ed. by Nobuko Hasegawa, Kurosio Publishers   1993   
Affirmative Polarity Items and Negation in Japanese
Interdisciplinary Approaches to Language (ed. by Carol Geor gopoulos and Roberta Ishihara) Kluwer Academic Publishers   1990   
Oriental Linguistics(University of Massachusetts Occasional Papers in Linguistics), Vol. 11
HASEGAWA, Nobuko and Yoshihisa Kitagawa
University of Massachusetts   1986   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
The To-Conditional Clause as an Event Topic
HASEGAWA Nobuko
Formal Approaches to Japanese Linguistics (FAJL) 6, Humboldt University, Berlin.   27 Sep 2012   
日本語生成文法
HASEGAWA, Nobuko
2012年度春期特別講座 東京理論研究所   14 Apr 2012   
Voice: Transitive-Intransitive Alterations, Passives and Causatives in English, Japanese, and Chinese
HASEGAWA, Nobuko
Department of Asian Languages, USC   29 Feb 2012   
The Subject and the Interpretation of Tense in Japanese: The Veiw from CP” Linguistics Colloquium
HASEGAWA, Nobuko
Department of Linguistics, UCLA   28 Feb 2012   
Judgment Styles and Syntactic Structure: Kuroda's thetic judgment revisited
HASEGAWA, Nobuko
The 50th Anniversary of Linguistics, MIT   9 Dec 2011   

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