KAITA KOUSUKE


KAITA KOUSUKE

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Name
KAITA KOUSUKE
Affiliation
Meiji University
Section
School of Commerce
Job title
Senior Assistant Professor
Degree
Dr. Phil.(Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München), Master of Arts(Chiba University), Bachelor of Arts(Dokkyo University)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Apr 2018
 - 
Today
Meiji University School of Commerce Senior Assistant Professor
 
Apr 2017
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Mar 2018
Waseda University Faculty of Science and Engineering Part-time Lecturer
 
Apr 2017
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Mar 2018
Chiba University Graduate School of Humanities and Studies on Public Affairs Part-time Lecturer
 
Apr 2017
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Mar 2018
Ferris University Faculty of Letters Part-time Lecturer
 
Apr 2016
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Mar 2018
Chiba University Center for the Promotion of Higher Education Part-time Lecturer
 

Education

 
Oct 2012
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Mar 2013
Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Chiba University
 
Oct 2009
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Sep 2012
LIPP (Linguistisches Internationales Promotionsprogramm), Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
 
Apr 2007
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Sep 2009
Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Chiba University
 
Apr 2005
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Mar 2007
Graduate School of Human Sciences, Chiba University
 
Apr 2001
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Mar 2005
Faculty of Foreign Languages, Dokkyo University
 

Awards & Honors

 
Jun 2016
Matsunami Prize (honorable mention), The Japan Society for Medieval English Studies (JSMES)
 

Misc

 
The usage of OE/EME āgan and OHG eigun compared with OE/EME sculan and mōtan with their OHG/MHG cognates
Ever Onward   1 43-52   Feb 2007   [Refereed]
The historical formation of English auxiliary ought to - with special reference to Late OE and Early ME
Studies on Humanities and Social Sciences of Chiba University   15 108-116   Sep 2007
OE preterite-present verb āgan - its potential as an auxiliary
Michiko Ogura, ed.
Cultural Heritage of Germanic Tribes (Report on the Research Projects No. 183)   49-74   Jan 2010
Causative and adhortative expressions in Medieval English
Proceedings of the 7th Indonesia Japan Joint Scientific Symposium   244-253   Nov 2016
Note: Prohibitive constructions of Old English ne ceara and Old High German ni curi(t)
Masato Ishii, ed.
Translation, Adaptation, Tradition 2: Interdisciplinary Studies of Cultural Contact and Exchange. (Research Project Reports No. 320)   38-53   Feb 2017

Books etc

 
Distribution of OE mid rihte as an adverbial of propriety - with special reference to the textual variation
Masachiyo Amano, Michiko Ogura, & Masayuki Ohkado, eds.
Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang   Mar 2008   
Old English geweald habban/āgan as a stylistic set phrase, compared with Old High German and Old Saxon cognates
Hans Sauer & Gaby Waxenberger, eds.
Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang   Nov 2013   
Modal auxiliaries from Late Old to Early Middle English - with special reference to āgan, sculan, and mōtan.
München: Herbert Utz   Apr 2015   
A study of Old English dugan: Its potential for auxiliation
Hubert Cuyckens, Hendrik De Smet, Liesbet Heyvaert, & Charlotte Maekelberghe, eds.
Amsterdam: John Benjamins   Sep 2018   
Old English magan: An expression of adhortative wish
Michiko Ogura & Hans Sauer with Michio Hosaka, eds.
Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang   Dec 2018   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Distribution of OE rihtlice and mid rihte as adverbials of propriety - with special reference to the textual variation
2nd SHELL (The Society of Historical English Language and Linguistics)   Sep 2007   
OE geweald habban 'to have power' as a stylistic set phrase - compared with OHG and OS cognates
15th ICEHL (International Conference on English Historical Linguistics)   Aug 2008   
OE preterite-present verb āgan - its potential as an auxiliary
The 24th Congress of the Japan Society for Medieval English Studies   Dec 2008   
Modal auxiliaries from Late Old to Early Middle English - with special reference to āgan, sculan, and mōtan -
15. LIPP-Symposium 'Sprachwandel/Language Change'   Jul 2011   
Modale Auxiliare vom Spätaltenglischen bis zum Frühmittelenglischen, mit besonderer Berücksichtigung von āgan, sculan und mōtan
Munich International Summer University: Summer Academy in German Linguistics   Aug 2011   

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