*This event was originally planned to be held on the 7th of March as ‘Field linguistics dialogue: tips for writing papers in linguistics’.
This event aims to promote academic interactions between early career researchers majoring in field linguistics. Through interactions with the speakers who have recently obtained their PhD degree, participants will discuss for better understandings on thesis writing in the field of linguistics.
24 March, 2023 (Fri.), 14:00–17:00
Room 304 (Multimedia meeting room), 3F at ILCAA, TUFS + Online Zoom meeting room
- Sho YAMAOKA (Osaka University/JSPS)
- Yuzuki TSUKAGOSHI (Graduate school, University of Tokyo)
- Yasuka FUKAYA (ILCAA Junior Research Fellow)
- Yuko URABE (ILCAA/JSPS)
Hayato AOI (TUFS)
Short talks by the speakers
Group discussion (on-site and online)
Graduate students or Researchers of linguistics or related research area
Pre-registration is required. Please check the application guidelines(in Japanese) and fill out the application form hereby 12:00 p.m. (JST), March 6 (Mon.). Application will be closed as soon as the number of registration reaches its capacity.
Jointly Organized by
Core Project “Description and Documentation of Language Dynamics in Asia and Africa: Toward a More In-depth Understanding of the Languages and Cultures of People Living in Asia and Africa” (DDDLing)
Center for Transdisciplinary Research, Networking and Dialogue (TReND), TUFS
Multi- and Inter-cultural Research and Innovation Fellowship (MIRAI fellowhip), TUFS