Japanese Studies Association of Australia Biennial Conference (JSAA 2019)
Hayato Aoi and Tomoyo Otsuki, members of LingDy3 Project, made presentations at Japanese Studies Association of Australia Biennial Conference (JSAA 2019), held at Monash University (Melbourne, Australia), on 1–4 July, 2019 (Mon.–Thu.).
(The photo was provided by the Language Variation Division, NINJAL)
2 July (Tue.)
- Aoi, Hayato
“How Can Nominative and Genitive be Distinguished in the Tarama variety of Miyako Ryukyuan?: Syntactic, Semantic, and Prosodic cues”
3 July (Wed.)
- Nakazawa, Kōhei, with Tomoyo Ōtsuki and Salvatore Carlino
“‘Word+particle’ fusion forms across Japanese dialects: A study based on the ‘Corpus of Japanese Dialects’”
- Ōtsuki, Tomoyo, with Salvatore Carlino and Kohei Nakazawa
“Developing linguistic studies with the ‘Corpus of Japanese Dialects’”
For details, please see here.
(Posted 19 June, 2019)
(Updated 4 July, 2019)
(Updated 9 July, 2019)