KIKUTA Chiharu

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Name
KIKUTA Chiharu
Affiliation
Doshisha University
Section
Faculty of Letters Department of English
Job title
Professor
Degree
Ph.D.(University of Victoria), Master of Literature(Doshisha University)
Research funding number
40278453

Research Areas

 
 

Education

 
 
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1993
Graduate School, Division of Letters, Doshisha University
 
 
 - 
1992
Linguistics, Linguistics, University of Victoria
 
 
 - 
1988
Graduate School, Division of Letters, Doshisha University
 
 
 - 
1986
Faculty of Literature, Doshisha University
 

Published Papers

 
Development of Conditional Imperatives in Japanese: A Diachronic Constructional Approach
KIKUTA Chiharu Uda
Cognitive Linguistics   29(2) 235-274   May 2018   [Refereed]
"An Optimality Theoretic Alternative to the Apparent Wh-Movement in Old Japanese."
KIKUTA Chiharu Uda
On-line Proceedings of the LFG2004 Conference.   289-306   2005
"Syntactic Consequences of Morphological Case Marking."
KIKUTA Chiharu Uda
Proceedings of The 2004 LSK International Conference: Vol. I. (Linguistic Society of Korea)      2004
"Subject Case Marking in Early Classical Japanese: A New Perspective from Stochastic Optimality-Theory."
KIKUTA Chiharu Uda
Japanese/Korean Linguistics. Vol. 12, 152-164   Vol. 12 152-164   2003
"Integrating the Complement and the Adverbial Analyses of Japanese Internally-Headed Relative Clause."
KIKUTA Chiharu Uda
Proceedings of the Eighth International Conference of Head-Driven Phrase Structure Grammar (HPSG-2001).   202-220   2002

Misc

 
"Jóhanna Barðdal, Elena. Smirnova, Lotte. Sommerer, and Spike Gildea編 Diachronic Construction Grammar."
KIKUTA Chiharu
(5) 55-65   Nov 2016   [Refereed][Invited]
"Predicate Concatenation: A Study of the V-teV Predicate in Japanese, by Kentaro Nakatani."
KIKUTA Chiharu
English Linguistics. No. 32. (日本英語学会)[357-370].   32 357-370   Dec 2015   [Refereed][Invited]
The development of the nominative case marker "ga" and the dawn of Modern Japanese: A competing motivations model.
79 61-104   2006
The emergence of the system of case markers and the word order constraint: The wh-Movement in Old Japanese Revisited from the Optimality-Theoretic Perspective
JELS 22: Papers from the Twenty-Second National Conference of the English Linguistic Society of Japan.   41-50   2005
Do we really need "derivation" for the ga/no conversion?: A Mixed Category approach in HPSG.
JELS 20: Papers from the Twentieth National Conference of the English Linguistic Society of Japan.   61-70   2003

Books etc

 
Perspectives on English Linguistics (Chapter 13: Language and Cognition)
Nan'undo   2015   ISBN:978-4-523-30075-5
An Approach to Modern Linguistics (Chapter 3: The rise of Modern English
Eihosha   2013   ISBN:978-4-269-61032-3
Linguistics Today (Chapter 2: Phonetics, Chapter: 11: Aspects of Japanese)
Kinseido   1996   ISBN:7647-3643-8
Complex Predicates in Japanese
Garland Publishing Inc. (New York)   1994   
The distribution of nominative case markers "no/ga" and nominality: How we can accommodate both regularity and exceptions.
2004   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
"A Diachronic Construction Grammar Analysis of the Focus Construction (Kakari-Musubi) in Japanese."
KIKUTA Chiharu Uda
International Conference on Construction Grammar 10 (ICCG10)   17 Jul 2018   
"A Diachronic Construction Grammar Analysis of the Focus Construction (Kakari-Musubi) in Japanese."
KIKUTA Chiharu Uda
International Conference on Construction Grammar 10 (ICCG10)   17 Jul 2018   
A Constructional Approach to the Historical Development of Conditional Imperatives in Japanese
12 th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference   2013   
“An Optimality-Theoretic Alternative to the Apparent Wh-Movement in Old Japanese.”
2004   
“Optimality-theoretic account of case marking on subject in early classical Japanese.”
KIKUTA Chiharu Uda
12th Japanese/Korean Linguistic Conference.   Nov 2002   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Syntax and Semantics of Complex Predicate Constructions
Constraint-based Syntax and Semantics
Constructionalization