HAYASHI Makoto

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Name
HAYASHI Makoto
E-mail
m.hayashinagoya-u.jp
Affiliation
Nagoya University
Section
Graduate School of Humanities Department of Humanities 1
Job title
Professor
Degree
Ph.D.(University of Colorado at Boulder), M.A.(University of Colorado at Boulder)
Research funding number
70791979

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Aug 2000
 - 
Aug 2006
Assistant Professor, Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
 
Aug 2006
 - 
Mar 2016
Associate Professor, Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
 
Apr 2016
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Mar 2017
Associate professor, Graduate School of Languages and Cultures Department of Japanese Language and Culture Teaching Japanese as a Foreign Language, Nagoya University
 
Apr 2017
 - 
Mar 2019
Associate professor, Graduate School of Humanities Department of Humanities 1, Nagoya University
 
Apr 2019
 - 
Today
Professor, Graduate School of Humanities Department of Humanities 1, Nagoya University
 

Education

 
 
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Mar 1990
Faculty of Literature, Kyoto University
 
 
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Dec 1994
Department of Linguistics, University of Colorado at Boulder
 
 
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May 2000
Department of Linguistics, University of Colorado at Boulder
 

Published Papers

 
Hayashi Makoto, Hosoda Yuri, Morimoto Ikuyo
RESEARCH ON LANGUAGE AND SOCIAL INTERACTION   52(2) 104-123   Apr 2019
A-prefaced responses to inquiry in Japanese
Makoto Hayashi, Kaoru Hayano
Between Turn and Sequence: Turn- Initial Particles Across Languages   191-224   Jul 2018   [Invited]
Dwelling, Construing, and Accidental Features
Hayashi Makoto
CO-OPERATIVE ENGAGEMENTS IN INTERTWINED SEMIOSIS: ESSAYS IN HONOUR OF CHARLES GOODWIN   19 160-163   2018
Fox Barbara A., Wouk Fay, Fincke Steven, Flores Wilfredo Hernandez, Hayashi Makoto, Laakso Minna, Maschler Yael, Mehrabi Abolghasem, Sorjonen Marja-Leena, Uhmann Susanne, Yang Hyun Jung
STUDIES IN LANGUAGE   41(3) 638-659   2017
Turn formats for other-initiated repair and their relation to trouble sources: Some observations from Japanese and Korean conversations
Makoto Hayashi, Stephanie Hyeri Kim
Journal of Pragmatics   87 198-217   2015   [Refereed]

Misc

 
A-prefaced responses to inquiry in Japanese
Makoto Hayashi, Kaoru Hayano
Between Turn and Sequence: Turn- Initial Particles Across Languages   191-224   Jul 2018   [Invited]
Dwelling, Construing, and Accidental Features
Hayashi Makoto
CO-OPERATIVE ENGAGEMENTS IN INTERTWINED SEMIOSIS: ESSAYS IN HONOUR OF CHARLES GOODWIN   19 160-163   2018
Fox Barbara A., Wouk Fay, Fincke Steven, Flores Wilfredo Hernandez, Hayashi Makoto, Laakso Minna, Maschler Yael, Mehrabi Abolghasem, Sorjonen Marja-Leena, Uhmann Susanne, Yang Hyun Jung
STUDIES IN LANGUAGE   41(3) 638-659   2017
Turn formats for other-initiated repair and their relation to trouble sources: Some observations from Japanese and Korean conversations
Makoto Hayashi, Stephanie Hyeri Kim
Journal of Pragmatics   87 198-217   2015   [Refereed]
Activity, participation, and joint turn construction: A conversation analytic exploration of `grammar-in-action'
Makoto Hayashi
Usage-Based Approaches to Japanese Grammar: Toward the Understanding of Human Language   223-258   2014   [Invited]

Books etc

 
Conversational Repair and Human Understanding
Makoto Hayashi, Geoffrey Raymond, Jack Sidnell (Part:Joint Editor)
Cambridge University Press   2013   
Joint Utterance Construction in Japanese Conversation
Makoto Hayashi
John Benjamins Publishing Company   2003   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Conversation Analysis and cross-linguistic/cross-cultural comparison [Invited]
Makoto Hayashi
10 Dec 2016   
Discussing Conversation Analysis: A case study on other-initiated repair in Japanese [Invited]
Makoto Hayashi
University of Illinois Center for East Asian and Pacific Studies Brown Bag Lecture Series   16 Nov 2015   
Other-initiated repair on reference: Some preliminary observations from Japanese [Invited]
Makoto Hayashi
Symposium on Reference in Interaction from Cross-Cultural Perspective   6 Apr 2012