Tamami Shimada

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Tamami Shimada
Meikai University
Faculty of Languages and Cultures

Research Areas


Published Papers

Tamami Shimada
World Englishes   35(2) 310-323   May 2016   [Refereed][Invited]
A Survey on Language and Identity in the Irish Context (I): Attitudes towards languages
Tamami Shimada
17 89-117   Mar 2015
Morphosyntactic features in flux: Awareness of ‘Irishness’ and ‘Standard’ in Hiberno-English speakers
Tamami Shimada
Arbeiten aus Anglistik und Amerikanistik   40 41-65   Jun 2015   [Refereed][Invited]
Non-use, no identity? : The assessment of the ‘non-use’ judgement in ‘Irish markers’ in Hiberno-English
Tamami Shimada
Celtic Forum   16 12-23   Oct 2013   [Refereed]
The do be form in southwest Hiberno-English and its linguistic enquiries
Tamami Shimada
Festschrift for Professor Hiroshi Kumamoto,『東京大学言語学論集』   33 255-271   Mar 2013   [Invited]


The 16th IAWE: World Englishes today
Tamami Shimada
Asian Englishes   13(2) 76-81   Mar 2011   [Invited]

Books etc

Transcultural Roots Uprising: The Rhizomatic Languages, Literatures and Cultures of the Caribbean
University of Curaçao and Fundashon pa Planifikashon di Idioma   Oct 2013   
English in Ireland: Beyond Similarities
Tamami Shimada
Keisuisha   Feb 2010   
Linguistic Identity in Postcolonial Multilingual Spaces
Cambridge Scholars Publishing   Dec 2007   

Conference Activities & Talks

Variations in English activate EFL learner’s awareness: The impact of World Englishes on language education
Tamami Shimada
World Englishes   18 Dec 2014   
Social factors in contact-induced language change: The present status of do be V-ing vs. be after V-ing in Hiberno-English
Tamami Shimada
Klagenfurt Conference on Corpus-Based Applied Linguistics   25 Sep 2014   
Some theoretical potentialities of Hiberno-English in contact linguistics: an exploration of the do be habitual
Tamami Shimada
Changing English: Contact and Variation   10 Jun 2013   
Exploring linguistic connections between Ireland and the Eastern Caribbean
Shimada, Tamami and Sally Delgado
6th Eastern Caribbean Islands Cultures Conference on the Languages, Literatures and Cultures of the Eastern Caribbean   7 Nov 2012   
Hiberno-English as a Link: Is there a possible continuum between creoles and this English dialect?
Tamami Shimada
Creolitics 9   11 Apr 2012   
Grammatical Innovations and Contact-induced Restructuring in Hiberno-English
Tamami Shimada
Language Contact and Change: Grammatical Structure Encounters the Fluidity of Language   22 Sep 2010   
Hiberno-English in the context of World Englishes
Tamami Shimada
World Englishes 2010 (16th IAWE)   25 Jul 2010   
Sociolinguistics of be after and other grammatical forms in Hiberno-English
Tamami Shimada
New Perspectives on Irish-English   11 Mar 2010   
Topic, focus and ‘salience’: Processing presuppositions and mental pictures in the linear nature of language
Tamami Shimada
Information Structure between Linguistics and Psycholinguistics   3 Mar 2009   
Is Hiberno-English a Creole language? [Invited]
Tamami Shimada
First Lecture Series on Hiberno-English   18 Feb 2008   
Awareness of ‘Standard’ and ‘Irishness’: Motives for change in contemporary Hiberno-English
Tamami Shimada
Sociolinguistic Symposium 16   7 Jul 2006   
The vicissitudes of the ‘do be’ form in Hiberno-English
Tamami Shimada
Innovations and Reproductions in Cultures and Societies   9 Dec 2005   
‘Irishness’ in Hiberno-English: A study of postcolonial language in a globalised world
Tamami Shimada
Language and Global Communication   5 Jul 2005   
‘Non-cleft’ analysis of the ’tis ~ it is… construction
Tamami Shimada
The First International Conference on the Linguistics of Contemporary English   23 Jun 2005   
Contact-induced features in Hiberno-English: ‘Non-cleft’ analysis of the ’tis~it is… construction
Tamami Shimada
Creole Language Structure between Substrates and Superstrates   3 Jun 2005   
Ethnic identity as vitality in language: A study of ‘Irishness’ in Hiberno-English
Tamami Shimada
The Language and Identity Tapestry: Linguistic Re/presentations and Identities in Social Interaction   18 Feb 2005