NINJAL Salons

The NINJAL Salon provides an opportunity primarily for researchers working at the Institute (including project collaborators) to introduce their work to colleagues and exchange information. Attendance from outside is also welcomed. (Free of charge)

  • Schedule: 15:30-16:30 every Tuesday in principle
    (Including presentations, and questions and answers)
  • Venue: Multipurpose room of the National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics

  • 190thJuly 30, 2019
    • ASAHARA Masayuki (Center for Corpus Development)
      "Language Resources Based on the 'Word List by Semantic Principles'"
  • 189thJuly 23, 2019
    • ASAHARA Masayuki (Center for Corpus Development)
      "Statistical Analysis on Reading Time and Linguistic Annotation"
  • 188thJuly 16, 2019
    • Zhaoyang CHEN (Hubei University of Education)
      "Disagreement Strategies in the Discussion Between Friends: Based on the Conversation Data in BTSJ Japanese Natural Conversation Corpus"
  • 187thJune 18, 2019
    • KUBOTA Yusuke (Theory & Typology Division)
      "Categorial Grammar, Linguistics (and Generative Grammar) "
  • 186thJune 11, 2019
    • HAYASHI Yuka (JSPS Fellow)
      "Kakarimusubi-related Phenomena in Ryukyuan Dialects"
  • 185thJune 4, 2019
    • CARLINO Salvatore (Language Variation Division)
      "Verbs and Adjectives in Iheya Okinawan"
  • 184thMay 28, 2019
    • SANO Ayako (JSL Research Division), IWASAKI Takuya (Theory & Typology Division), ASAI Tatsuya (Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd.)
      "A Study on Expression Analysis in Crowd Sourcing: Utilization of Wide Learning"
  • 183rdMay 21, 2019
    • MAEKAWA Kikuo (Spoken Language Division)
      "Analysis of Utterance-Final Moraic Nasal by Means of the Real-Time MRI Movie Speech Database"
  • 182ndMay 14, 2019
    • DANG Thai Quynh Chi (JSL Research Division)
      "Is the Point of View of Intermediate Japanese Learners Different Because of Their Native Languages?: From the Analyses of Storytelling from I-JAS"
  • 181stMay 7, 2019
    • NAKAGAWA Natsuko (Language Variation Division), CELIK Kenan Thibault (Language Variation Division)
      "Shiraho, Southern Ryukyuan, Has Three, Not Two Tones"