OHASHI Katsuhiro

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Name
OHASHI Katsuhiro
Affiliation
Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University
Section
College of Asia Pacific Studies
Job title
Professor
Degree
MA in Humanities(Graduate School, Osaka University of Foreign Studies)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
1984
 - 
1986
:Visiting Lecturer in Japanese and Japanese Culture (Department of Japanese, Faculty of Arts, University of Hong Kong, U.K.)
 
1989
 - 
1992
:Associate Professor of Linguistics and English Studies (Faculty of Foreign Studies, Osaka University of Foreign Studies, Japan)
 
1995
 - 
1996
:Visiting Professor of Intercultural Communication (Faculty of Arts, University of British Columbia, Canada)
 
2000
   
 
-:Professor of Linguistics (College of Asia Pacific Studies, Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University, Japan)
 
2007
 - 
2008
:Visiting Fellow (Université Lyon 2, Republic of France)
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1979
English linguistics, Division of Linguistics, MA course, Osaka University of Foreign Studies
 
 
 - 
1973
Department of English, Faculty of Foreign Languages, Osaka University of Foreign Studies
 

Committee Memberships

 
2012
   
 
1. A reviewer for Sino-US English Language, peer-reviewed journal, published by David Publishing Company, California, US, September 2012-to date)
 
2012
   
 
2. A reviewer for US-China Foreign Language, peer-reviewed journal, published by David Publishing Company, California, US, September 2012-to date)
 
2010
   
 
3. A member of the editorial board for Asia Pacific World, Journal of IAAPS, published by Berghahn, NY, US (April 2010-to date)
 
2000
   
 
4. A member of the recomendation committee for the Fukuoka Asian Culture Prizes (September 2000-March 2018)
 
2002
   
 
5. A member of trustee board for The Institute of Kanji Cultures (April 2002-March 2006)
 

Awards & Honors

 
2001
Canadian Research Development Award of 2001
 
2000
Canadian Research Development Award of 2000
 
1999
Canadian Research Development Award of 1999
 
1998
Canadian Research Development Award of 1998
 
1997
Canadian Research Development Award of 1997
 

Misc

 
OHASHI Katsuhiro
Theory and Practice in Language Studies   Volume 5(Number 7) 1338-1345   2015
Teaching Marginalized Grammar
OHASHI Katsuhiro
US-China Foreign Language   11(7) 495-509   2013
Prolegomena to Marginalization Hypothesis
OHASHI Katsuhiro
US-China Foreign Language   9(12) 762-774   2011
Linguistics of Marked and Unmarked
OHASHI Katsuhiro
Polyglossia   19 151-164   2010
At the Interface between Hierarchical Structuralism and Language Teaching
OHASHI Katsuhiro
Polyglossia   17 59-70   2009

Books etc

 
Insights into China: An English Reading Course of Chinese Culture (3 volumes) no.
Shanghai Foreign Language Education Press   2008   
Language in Society: Critical Themes and Perspectives no.
Natural English Works   2006   
International Students' Academic Adaption: The Effects of Culture and Gender on Approach-to-Learning Responses. no.
Robert F. England, Canada   1996   
Things Fall Apart (annotated)
1994   
English Proverbs Savored in the Original and Japanese Translation
Seibundo-Shinkosha Publishing Company   1989   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
A Rethinking about Lexicalization
The 2nd IAAPS Annual Conference   2011   
In the Footsteps of Apostles—The role of English teachers in the age of EIL
The International Symposium on the Inter-civilization Harmony and Creation   2007   
The reactive participant: assessing withdrawal and perseverance in acculturation research
The 2007 European Conference on Educational Research, Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences   2007   
The Treachery of Environment in Language Learning
Korea University's Korean Language and Culture Center 20th Anniversary International Forum   2006   
International Students' Academic Adaption: The Effects of Culture, Gender and Language on Their Approach to Learning
ASIA-PACIFIC AND CANADA: IMAGES AND PERSEPECTIVES - The Asia-Pacific Congerence on Canadian Studies   1998   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Historical Linguistic Studies on the Principle of Uniformitarian atavism
Frontier Research
Project Year: 2013 - 2016
In essence, Uniformitarian principle says: 'The present is the teacher of the past.' Uniformitarian atavism is proposed as an overturning of Uniformitarianism and claims that 'the past is the teacher of the present' whereby it is meant that the sa...
Language and Language Teaching Viewed from Synchro-Diachronic Concomitance
Frontier Research
Project Year: 2013 - 2015
Synchro-diachronic concomitance refers to a view of language as a liaison of synchronic and diachronic systems.
Language Viewed from Marginalization Hypothesis
The Other Research Programs
Project Year: 2011 - 2015
MH is proposed as a view of language as an interface where diachrony and synchrony meet.