KOIKE Kazuo

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Name
KOIKE Kazuo
Affiliation
J. F. Oberlin University
Section
College of Humanities, Department of English
Job title
Professor
Degree
(BLANK)(Nihon University)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
1972
 - 
1978
Obirin University, Research Assistant
 
1978
 - 
1985
Obirin University, Lecturer
 
1985
 - 
1992
Obirin University, Associate Professor
 
1992
 - 
2000
Obirin University, Professor
 

Misc

 
A Morphophonemic Consideration of the Word ┣DBKing(/)-┫DB in the ┣DBAnglo(/)-┫DB-┣DBSaxon(/)-┫DB ┣DBChronicles(/)-┫DB
Obirin Studies in English Language and Literature   31    1991
A Historical Survey of Prepositions Expressing Agency in Passive Constructions in English
International Culture   12    1991
On the Origin and Early Development of the Preposition "about"
Transactions of English Studies and English Teaching   2    1990
On the Descriptive Vocabulary concerning Beowulf
Obirin Studies in English Language and Literature   29    1989
The Figure of (]J0901[)lfric in the Encyclop(]J0933[)dia Britannica
Obirin Studies in English Language and Literature   28    1988

Books etc

 
An Outline of English Linguistics
1992   
On the Vocabulary of Death in The Battle of Maldon
The Festschrift in Honour of Professor Sachiho Tanaka   1988   
Some Semantic Characteristics of OE Compound Preposition "into" in The Anglo-Saxon Chronicles
English Studies and Human Education : Essays Presented to Professor Shunya Sugahara on the Occasion of His Sixtieth Birthday   1994   
A Historical Study of the word "Wife" and Some Womanwords in English
Words and Gender:Essays Presented to Professor Kazuo Ohon on the Occasion of His Seventieth Birthday   1995   
"Tacan" and Its Synonymous Expressions in The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle
The Katahira:Studies in English Language and Literature.A commemmorative of the thirtieth anniversary.   1996   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Historical Studies on Connectives in English
Project Year: 1998 - 2010
Noun in English
Project Year: 2003 - 2007