NINJAL Colloquia and Lecture Meetings

NINJAL Colloquia

NINJAL Colloquium series invites distinguished domestic and foreign researchers to talk about cutting-edge research findings in various fields of Japanese language, linguistics, and Japanese language education. The colloquia are open to the public, so please feel free to join us whether you are a teacher or a graduate student. (Free of charge)

  • Schedule: Irregular, Once a month in principle
  • Venue: Multipurpose room or auditorium of the National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics
Date Speaker Title
88thTuesday, January 23, 2018
Time: 15:30-17:30
MATSUI Tomoko
(Tokyo Gakugei University)
T.B.A.
87thTuesday, December 12, 2017
Time: 15:30-17:30
MATSUMOTO Yoshiko
(Stanford University)
T.B.A.
86thFriday, December 8, 2017
Time: 15:30-17:30
Anthony KROCH
(University of Pennsylvania)
Beatrice SANTORINI
(University of Pennsylvania )
T.B.A.
85thTuesday, November 14, 2017
Time: 15:30-17:30
YOSHIMOTO Kei
(Tohoku University)
"Annotation in NPCMJ, a corpus with syntactic and semantic information"
84thTuesday, October 31, 2017
Time: 15:30-17:30
Katsue Akiba REYNOLDS
(University of Hawaii)
"First Person Pronouns in Edo Kabuki Texts: Explaining the Present from the Past"
83rdTuesday, September 19, 2017
Time: 15:30-17:30
OKAZAKI Tomoko
(Toyo University)
"A Re-examination of Demonstratives in Ancient Japanese"
82ndTuesday, July 4, 2017
Time: 15:30-17:30
Amy J. SCHAFER
(University of Hawaii)
"Contrastive Prosody and Grammatical Aspect in Native and Non-native Reference Resolution"
81stTuesday, June 13, 2017
Time: 15:30-17:30
Andrej BEKEŠ
(University of Ljubljana)
"Bracket Structures in the Light of Marking of Language Unit Boundaries"
80thTuesday, April 25, 2017
Time: 15:30-17:30
Caroline HEYCOCK
(The University of Edinburgh)
"Introducing SCOSYA: The Scots Syntactic Atlas. Aims, Methodologies, Preliminary Results"
79thTuesday, April 18, 2017
Time: 15:30-17:30
IWASAKI Noriko
(SOAS University of London)
"On ‘Oral Proficiency’ Among L2 Speakers of Japanese Before and After Study Abroad: Hard-to-Measure Aspects of Interactional Competence"