MORIYA, Yasuyo

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Name
MORIYA, Yasuyo
Degree
Ph.D.(University of Cincinnati), MA(University of Cincinnati)
Research funding number
50230165

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
 
   
 
Professor, International Christian University College of Liberal Arts Division of Arts and Sciences
 
Apr 2008
 - 
Today
Professor
 

Education

 
Sep 1986
 - 
Sep 1994
English Linguistics, College of Arts and Science, University of Cincinnati
 
Sep 1985
 - 
Aug 1986
Linguistics, College of Arts and Science, University of Cincinnati
 
May 1976
 - 
Mar 1978
International Christian University
 
Apr 1972
 - 
Mar 1976
International Christian University
 

Committee Memberships

 
 
   
 
JACET Bulletin  Reviewer
 
 
   
 
Studies in Medieval English Language and Literature  Editor
 

Awards & Honors

 
Sep 2007
JACET Award for Excellence in Teaching
 

Published Papers

 
"Approaches and Issues in the Study of Middle English Meter"
118-119   2016   [Refereed]
EFL University Students’ Strategies in Formal Letter Writing
57    2014   [Refereed]
“Current Approaches to English Grammar: Tag Questions from Grammar Books, Fieldwork, and Corpus”
English Literary Studies   4 219-29   Mar 2012
“Incorporating multilingualism in the development of the English language into English teaching”
MORIYA, Yasuyo
Educational Studies   52 1-18   Mar 2010
“‘As the Book Says’ and Similar Expressions in Middle English Alliterative Verse.”
MORIYA, Yasuyo
ICU Language Research Bulletin   23 61-75   Mar 2007

Misc

 
“The Line-Initial And in Middle English Alliterative Verse: Narrative Speech Mode in Literary Poems.”
Studies in Medieval English Language and Literature   33 29-51   2018   [Refereed]
"An Approach to the Meter of Middle English Alliterative Verse: Grammetrical Templates as a Metrical Device"
60 73-89   2018   [Refereed]
“Book Review of Multilingualism in Medieval Britain (c. 1066-1520): Sources and Analysis Edited by Judith A. Jefferson and Ad Putter with the Assistance of Amanda Hopkins.”
Studies in English Literature   57 155-161   2016   [Refereed][Invited]
“Lesson Development for the Listening Lab in a University English Program for Academic Purposes”
MORIYA, Yasuyo, Midori Shimazaki
Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Foreign Language Education and Technology   1 445-49   Mar 1992

Books etc

 
Grammetrical Templates in the Second Half-Line of Middle English Alliterative Verse
(in press)   2019   
Repetition, Regularity, Redundancy: Norms and Deviations of Middle English Alliterative Meter.
Yasuyo Moriya
Hituzi Press   Feb 2014   ISBN:978-4-89476-683-9
Repetitious Mode and Collocation Patterns in Middle English Alliterative Verse
MORIYA, Yasuyo
Nan'undo Publishing   Mar 2010   
Teaching Academic Speaking and Writing Based on Analyses of Student Production.
MORIYA, Yasuyo, Midori Shimazaki (Part:Joint Work, vii + 96 pages)
科学研究費補助金研究成果報告書   Mar 2001   
Teaching Academic English to Japanese University Students: Final Report of Research Project Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research
Yasuyo Moriya and Midori Shimazaki (Part:Joint Work, 609 pages)
科学研究費補助金研究成果報告書   Mar 1999   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
“‘As the Book Says’: A Formulaic Expression in Confessio Amantis and its Variations.”
Natsumi Ikoma, John Maher, and Christopher Simons
The 26th Meeting of the Society for the History of the English Language   Apr 2016   
A Formulaic Expression, “as the book tells,” in The Wars of Alexander: Its Variations and Function in ME Alliterative Verse
Jun 2015   
“The Line-Initial "And" in Middle English Alliterative Verse: Reflections of Speech Mode in Literary Poems.” [Invited]
Old and Middle English Studies: Texts and Sources   Sep 2014   
“Recurring Collocation Patterns in the Second-Half Line of Middle English Alliterative Verse: Repetitive Mode Beyond Alliteration”
MORIYA, Yasuyo
MMEC (Middle and Modern English Corpus Linguistics) 2011   Aug 2011   MMEC (Middle and Modern English Corpus Linguistics) 2011
“Collocation Patterns of Middle English Alliterative Verse: Formulaic Expressions in Repetitive Mode.”
MORIYA, Yasuyo
International Medieval Congress (Leeds, UK)   Jul 2010   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Grammetrical Templates in the Second Half-Line of Middle English Alliterative Verse
日本学術振興会: 科学研究費補助金研究成果公開促進費(学術図書)
Project Year: Apr 2018 - Feb 2019
A Metrical Analysis of Middle English Alliterative Poetry: Repetitious Mode and Formulaic Word Collocation
Project Year: Apr 2007 - Mar 2011