Adam Catt


Adam Catt

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Name
Adam Catt
Affiliation
Kyoto University
Job title
Associate Professor
Degree
PhD(Kyoto University)
ORCID ID
0000-0002-5157-9927

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Apr 2016
 - 
Today
Editorial Committee Member, Kyodai Ibunkai
 
Apr 2011
 - 
Mar 2012
Vice Editor-in-Chief, Kyoto University Linguistic Research
 

Awards & Honors

 
2013
Honors Scholarship, Japan Student Services Organization
 
2011
Grant, Kyoto University Foundation
 
2011
Grant, Kyoto Erasmus Program
 
2009
Honors Scholarship, Japan Student Services Organization
 
2009
Scholarship, Japanese Government (Monbukagakusho, Global 30)
 
2007
Special Scholarship for International Students, Otani University
 
2006
Scholarship, Rotary Yoneyama Memorial Foundation
 
2005
Honors Scholarship, Japan Student Services Organization
 

Published Papers

 
Vedic vrādh- and Avestan uruuād-/uruuāz-
Adam Catt
For an upcoming Festschrift      2019   [Refereed]
Forthcoming
A Deeper Look at Vedic vidh- and Old Avestan vīd- ‘honor, serve’
Adam Catt
For an upcoming Festschrift      2019   [Refereed]
Tocharian B ārt(t)e and Tocharian A ārtak
Adam Alvah Catt
In Dieter Gunkel, Stephanie W. Jamison, Angelo O. Mercado, and Kazuhiko Yoshida (eds.), Vina Diem Celebrent: Studies in Linguistics and Philology in Honor of Brent Vine. Ann Arbor: Beech Stave.   23-34   2018   [Refereed][Invited]
Tocharian B ly(ī)ptsentar: A New Class VIII Present
Adam Catt
Tocharian and Indo-European Studies      2017   [Refereed]
Forthcoming
On Vedic vidh-, Old Avestan vīd- ‘honor, offer’
Adam Catt
(86) 16-34   2017   [Refereed]
On the Scansion of the Sequence -eyā- in the Vedic Root Aorist Optatives
Adam Catt
Journal of Indian and Buddhist Studies   64(3) 25-31   Mar 2016   [Refereed]
Studies in Indo-Iranian Historical Linguistics
Adam Catt
Kyoto University      Mar 2014   [Refereed]
The Derivational Histories of Avestan aēsma- ‘firewood’ and Vedic idhmá- ‘id.’
Adam Catt
Proceedings of the 25th Annual UCLA Indo-European Conference   39-48   2014   [Refereed]
A “Lost” i-stem: Pāli piṭṭhi- ‘back’
Adam Catt
Das Nomen im Indogermanischen: Morphologie, Substantiv versus Adjektiv, Kollektivum. Akten der Arbeitstagung der Indogermanischen Gesellschaft, vom 14. bis 16. September 2011 in Erlangen   24-31   2014   [Refereed]
On Pāli avajja- and vajja-
Adam Catt
Journal of Indian and Buddhist Studies   60(2) 204-207   Mar 2012   [Refereed]

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Recent Advancements in Understanding the Tocharian B Abhidharma Literature: A New Look at Manuscript THT 197 [Invited]
Adam Alvah Catt
Recent Advances in Tocharian Philology and Linguistics Workshop, University of Vienna   26 Oct 2019   
A Sanskrit-Tocharian Dictionary Project: Tocharian B antiṣpūr, A āntiṣpur ‘harem’ [Invited]
Adam Alvah Catt
Recent Advances in Tocharian Philology and Linguistics Workshop, University of Vienna   25 Oct 2019   
A Newly Identified Tocharian Fragment of the Tridaṇḍisūtra
Adam Catt
70th Annual Conference of the Japanese Association of Indian and Buddhist Studies, Bukkyō University   7 Sep 2019   
On Tocharian B antiṣpūr, A āntiṣpur ‘harem’
Adam Catt
Kyoto Indo-European Roundtable in Honor of Kazuhiko Yoshida, Kyoto University   28 Mar 2019   
Tocharian Philological Studies [Invited]
Adam Catt
108th Meeting of the Kyoto University Linguistics Gathering, Kyoto University, December 1, 2018   1 Dec 2018   
Izuru Shinmura and Historical Linguistics [Invited]
Adam Catt
157th Meeting of the Linguistic Society of Japan, 80th Anniversary Symposium, Eighty Years after the Founding LSJ President Izuru Shinmura: The Present State of Linguistics and its Future, Kyoto University   18 Nov 2018   
Recent Advancements in Understanding the Tocharian B Abhidharma Literature: A New Look at Manuscript THT 197
Adam Catt
68th Annual Conference of the Japanese Association of Indian and Buddhist Studies, Hanazono University, Kyoto   3 Sep 2017   
Sanskrit avadyá- ‘vice’ and its incarnations in Middle Indic [Invited]
Adam Catt
Department of South Asian, Tibetan, and Buddhist Studies, University of Vienna   24 Mar 2017   
On Vedic vidh-, Old Avestan vīd- ‘honor, offer’ [Invited]
Adam Catt
Department of Linguistics, University of Vienna   14 Mar 2017   
Miscellanea from the Tocharian B Abhidharma Literature: TB ārt(t)e and TA ārtak
Adam Catt
Kyoto Workshop on Indo-European Linguistics, Kyoto University   3 Jul 2016   
Miscellanea from the Tocharian B Abhidharma Literature
Adam Catt
Indo-European Roundtable, Kyoto University   2 Apr 2016   
Tocharian B ly(i)ptsentar: A New Class VIII Present
Adam Catt
27th Annual UCLA Indo-European Conference   24 Oct 2015   
On the Scansion of the Sequence -eyā- in the Vedic Root Aorist Optatives
Adam Catt
66th Conference of the Japanese Association of Indian and Buddhist Studies   20 Sep 2015   
Finite Verbs from Non-finite Sources in Vedic: The Case of Vedic vrādhanta
Adam Catt
16th World Sanskrit Conference, Bangkok, Thailand   1 Jul 2015   
Vedic vidh- and the Evidence for Archaic Root Aorist Optative and Participle Forms
Adam Catt
Kyoto-UCLA Student Workshop on Indo-European   26 Mar 2014   
A “Lost” i-stem: Pāli piṭṭhi- ‘back’
Adam Catt
93rd Kyoto University Linguistics Meeting   14 Dec 2013   
Root-final Consonant Variation in Avestan
Adam Catt
25th Annual UCLA Indo-European Conference   25 Oct 2013   
Thematic Aorist Optatives in Vedic
Adam Catt
Indo-European Roundtable   17 Aug 2012   
Avestan aēsma- ‘firewood’
Adam Catt
Indo-European Roundtable   1 Aug 2012   
On the Vedic Particle u
Adam Catt
63rd Conference of the Japanese Association of Indian and Buddhist Studies   29 Jun 2012   

Research Grants & Projects

 
A Sanskrit-Tocharian Dictionary Project
Project Year: Apr 2018 - Mar 2022    Investigator(s): Adam Catt

Referee work

 
Tocharian and Indo-European Studies
The Eastern Buddhist
Kyoto University Linguistic Research