NINJAL-Oxford International Symposium on the Japanese Diachronic Corpora
"Corpus-Based Studies on Japanese Historical Grammar"
- September 8 (Saturday) -9 (Sunday), 2018
- National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics (NINJAL)
10-2 Midori-cho, Tachikawa City, Tokyo
- Project Title
- The Construction of Diachronic Corpora and New Developments in Research on the History of Japanese
OGISO Toshinobu (Professor, Language Change Division, NINJAL)
- Abstracts [ PDF | 2,148KB ]
September 8th (SAT)
14:10-15:10Keynote speech 1
- "The Oxford-NINJAL Corpus of Old Japanese"
Bjarke FRELLESVIG (University of Oxford / NINJAL)
- "On Adnominal Clauses and the so-type Kakarimusubi Construction in Old Japanese"
KATSUMATA Takashi (University of Teacher Education Fukuoka)
- "On the Position of ka and zo in Wh-questions"
KONO Tomoaki (University of Tokyo)
- "The Syntactic Distribution of Sentence-final Particle zo in Old Japanese"
TSUTA Kiyoyuki (Osaka University)
September 9th (SUN)
10:00～11:00Keynote speech 2
- "Functional Change of Adnominal Form in Heian-Kamakura Japanese"
KINSUI Satoshi (Osaka University / NINJAL)
- "Argument Marking in Passive Constructions in Old Japanese"
HUANG Shanshan (Graduate student at University of Pavia & University of Bergamo, Italy)
- "Alignment Change and the Psych Causative Alternation"
YANAGIDA Yuko (University of Tsukuba)
- "Rethinking the ‘Breakdown of Limitations of Nouns Preceding Particles -Ga and -No’ in Middle Japanese"
GOTO Mutsumi (Graduate Student at Osaka University / JSPS Research Fellow)
- "A History of the Study of the Zero Kakarimusubi Particle: A comparison of Motoori Norinaga’s 'tada' and Tsurumine Shigenobu’s 'syōkaku' Analyses"
HATTORI Noriko (NINJAL)
- "On Wh-questions in the Form of no da Constructions: Using Examples from the Corpus of Historical Japanese"
TAKEMURA Asuka (Ochanomizu University)
- "Wh-words and Quantification in Old Japanese"
Stephen Wright HORN (NINJAL)
- "From Imperative to Conditional: The ‘Two Sentences in Succession Construction’ in the History of the Japanese Language"
KITAZAKI Yuho (Graduate Student at University of Tokyo / JSPS Research Fellow)