LAMARRE Christine

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Name
LAMARRE Christine
Affiliation
The University of Tokyo
Section
Language and Information Sciences
Job title
Professor

Research Areas

 
 

Misc

 
A contrastive study of the linguistic encoding of motion events in Standard Chinese and in the Guanzhong dialect of Mandarin (Shaanxi)
Tang, Zhengda and Lamarre, Christine
Bulletin of Chinese Linguistics   2(1) 135-168   2007
The paradox of the construction [V zai NPLOC] and its meanings in the Beijing dialect of Mandarin
Ekaterina CHIRKOVA and Christine LAMARRE
Cahiers de Linguistique Asie orientale   34(2) 169-220   2005
Hanyu-li biaozhu guanchang dongzuo de xingshi (The Linguistic Encoding of Habitual in Chinese)
Christine LAMARRE
Gendai Chuugokugo kenkyuu (Contemporary Research in Modern Chinese)   7 33-49   2007
Lun shijiu shiji Kejiahua wenxian "Qimeng Qianxue" zhong suo jian de quxiang buyu (Directionals in a 19th century Hakka) textbook
Christine LAMARRE
Language and Linguistics   7(2) 261-295   2006
Cong quxiang fanchou de fangyan biaoshu kan "shumianyu-zhong de butong cenci" de panding (Spoken and written patterns in Standard Mandarin motion events)
Christine LAMARRE
Chuugokugogaku (Bulletin of the Chinese Linguistic Society of Japan)   254 51-73   1997

Books etc

 
A Grammar And Lexicon Of Hakka: Historical Materials From The Basel Mission Library (with Hilary Chappell)
Paris: Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales   2005   ISBN:2-910216-07-1
Language and Nationalism in modern East Asia [In Japanese: Kanjiken no kindai: kotoba to kokka] (edited with Yuujiroo MURATA)
University of Tokyo Press   2005   ISBN:4-13-083042-2
Evolutionary and Cognitive Approaches to language [in Japanese: Kokoro to kotoba: shinka to ninchi kagaku no apuroochi](co-edited with T. Hasegawa and T. Ito)
University of Tokyo Press   2008   ISBN:978-4-13-083048-5

Research Grants & Projects

 
the grammatical diversity of Chinese dialects, the linguistic encoding of spatial motion, modality, koineization