Activities

Date:2019.02.28[Thu]- 03.01[Fri]

Research Meetings and Symposia / International Symposia and Workshops
Event already held

International Symposium “Immigrant and Host Languages in Asia, Pacific and Europe: Facts behind Tidy Theoretical Constructs” / 20th Tokyo Academic Forum on Immigrant Languages

Posted:2019.02.04

Date/Time

28 February, 2019 (Thu.), 10:30–17:50
1 March, 2019 (Fri.), 13:30–17:00

Coordinator

Mayumi ADACHI (ILCAA Research Associate)

Venue

Room 303, 3F, ILCAA, TUFS

Program

28 Feb. (Thu.)

Facilitator: Rika YAMASHITA (ILCAA Joint Researcher, Kanto Gakuin University)

10:30–10:40
Naoki OGOSHI (The University of Tokyo)
Opening Address

Plenary Talk

10:40–11:40
John C. MAHER (International Christian University)
“From Dante to Fishman: The Role of Migration in Sociolinguistics and in the Language Situation of Ireland”
Abstract

Session 1: Immigrant and Host Languages in Asia

13:00–14:00
[Keynote Speech]
Haiyoung LEE (Ewha Womans University), Sun Hee PARK (Ewha Womans University)
“Research Trends in Korean Language Education for Learners from Multicultural Families”
Abstract

 

14:05–14:35
Yasuhiro ARAI (Toyo University), Naoki OGOSHI (The University of Tokyo), Lianhua SUN (Dalian University of Technology), Dongzhe LI (Zhejiang Yuexiu University of Foreign Languages)
“A Sociolinguistic Survey of Koreans in China: ‘Language Socialization’ of Koreans in China”
Abstract

 

14:40–15:10
Jae Ho LEE (Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, The University of Tokyo)
“Japanese-Korean Bilinguals’ Language Use and Age as Another Factor: Focusing on the Students of a Chosengakko/Cosenhakkyo, Korean School in Japan”
Abstract

 

15:10–15:20
Q&A

15:20–15:30
Break

Session 2: Immigrant and Host Languages in Europe and Pacific

15:30–16:30
[Keynote Speech]
Gürol AKTAŞ, Peter HEIN (Sprach- und Integrationsschule e.V. (SIS e.V.) Berlin)
“Teaching German Language and Culture to Refugees and Migrants in Germany”
Abstract

 

16:35–17:05
Tooru HAYASI (ILCAA Fellow, The Open University of Japan)
“Between Two Languages: Responses to Questionnaire Surveys about Language Use and Language Mixing from Young Turkish-German Bilinguals in Berlin”
Abstract

 

17:10–17:40
Kanae IWASAKI (The University of Tokyo)
“The Influence of English and Japanese on Hawaiian: A Brief Review”
Abstract

 

17:40–17:50
Q&A

1 March (Fri.)

Facilitator: Tooru HAYASI (ILCAA Fellow, The Open University of Japan)

Session 3: Future of Japanese Language: As Immigrant and Host Languages

13:30–14:30
[Keynote Speech]
Rika YAMASHITA (ILCAA Joint Researcher, Kanto Gakuin University), Mayumi ADACHI (ILCAA Research Associate)
“South Asians and South-East Asians in Japan: Demographic and Sociolinguistic Implications”
Abstract

 

14:35–15:05
Hoang Thanh Danh NGUYEN (Graduate School of Asia-Pacific Studies, Waseda University), Thi Huyen Trang LE (Graduate School of International Culture and Communication Studies, Waseda University)
“Japanese Loanwords Adopted into Vietnamese by Newly Arrived Vietnamese Students and Temporary Workers”
Abstract

 

15:05–15:15
Q&A

15:15–15:25
Break

15:25–15:55
Valeriya EVSEENKO (The University of Tokyo), Kazuko MATSUMOTO (The University of Tokyo)
“Language Contact in Sakhalin: Japanese and Korean Loanwords in the Russian Language”
Abstract

 

16:00–16:45
[Invited Talk]
Kazuko MATSUMOTO (The University of Tokyo), Akiko OKUMURA(Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, The University of Tokyo), Flavia FEIJO (Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, The University of Tokyo), Marco FONSECA (Graduate School of Liberal Arts and Sciences, University of Illinois)
“The Genesis of Brazilian Portuguese as a Migrant Koine in Japan: Language and Dialect Contact, and the Feature Pool”
Abstract

 

16:45–16:55
Q&A

16:55–17:00
Tooru HAYASI (ILCAA Fellow, The Open University of Japan)
Closing Address

Language

English

Admission

Free

Pre-registration

No pre-registration is required.

Sponsored by

Core Project “Linguistic Dynamics Science3 (LingDy3)”, ILCAA, TUFS

General Inquiries

LingDy3 Project Administrative Office
E-mail: info-lingdy[at]aacore.net (Please replace [at] with @)

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