Publications

Papers & Presentations

2019 (2019.04ー2020.03; LingDy3)

Posted:2020.03.31

Awards

  • AOI, Hayato
    Best Presentation Award of the 157th Meeting of Linguistic Society of Japan, 2019.06.23
  • AOI, Hayato
    The 19th NINJAL Director’s Award, 2019.11.12
  • KURABE, Keita
    Best Paper Award of Linguistic Society of Japan (2019), 2019.11.17

Publications

Electronic Journals

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Papers

  • NASSENSTEIN, Nico and Daisuke SHINAGAWA
    “On variation in Swahili: Current approaches, trends and directions”, Swahili Forum Vol. 26, pp.1–44, Universität Leipzig, 2019
  • SHINAGAWA, Daisuke
    “The syntactic distribution of relativizers and the development of -enye relative constructions in Sheng”, Swahili Forum Vol. 26, pp.130–149, Universität Leipzig, 2019
  • KURABE, Keita
    “Folklore materials of the Kachin people of northern Burma”, Descriptive Linguistics Series vol. 11, pp.39–49, Descriptive Linguistics Study Group,  2019.04.30
  • KOGURA, Norikazu
    “The organization of modal categories in Modern Uyghur: With a focus on the auxiliary i- and sentence-final particles”,  The Altaic Society of Korea (ed.), Proceedings of the 14th Seoul International Altaic Conference: Grammars of Altaistic Languages,  pp.75–92, The Altaic Society of Korea, 2019.07
  • KOGURA, Norikazu
    “On the bare varbal stem forms in Sibe: Imperative of irrealis?”,  The Altaic Society of Korea (ed.), Proceedings of the 14th Seoul International Altaistic Conference: Grammars of Altaic Languages,  pp.221–234, The Altaic Society of Korea, 2019.07
  • YAMAKOSHI, Yasuhiro
    “A Suffix or a Clitic? The Negative Marker “_gui” in Buryat”,  The Altaic Society of Korea (ed.), Proceedings of the 14th Seoul International Altaistic Conference: Grammars of Altaic Languages, pp.93–108, The Altaic Society of Korea, 2019.07
  • SHIOHARA, Asako, Yuta SAKON and Hiroki NOMOTO
    “Discourse functions of the two non-active voices in Indonesian: Based on the web corpus data in MALINDO Conc”, NUSA Vol. 67, pp. 77–101, Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, 2019.09.30
  • KURABE, Keita
    “Where have all the adjectives gone? The case of Jinghpaw”, Kyoto University Linguistic Research 38, pp.29–47, Department of Linguistics, Graduate School of Letters, Kyoto University, 2019.12
  • SAWADA, Hideo
    “On Borrowed Words in Lhangsu, an Undescribed Northern-Burmish Language”, Dynamics in Eurasian Languages III: Diversity, Typology and Mixed language (Contribution to the Studies of Eurasian Languages series) vol. 21, pp.97–124, Kobe City College of Nursing, 2019.12.
  • KURABE, Keita 
    “Animal nomenclature in Jinghpaw”, Topics in Middle Mekong Linguistics, pp.75–95, Kobe City University of Foreign Studies, 2019.12.20
  • SHIOHARA, Asako and Nawipa Dance
    “Mee (Ekari) Text: three stories on the pandanus orchard”, SHIOHARA, Asako and Nawipa Dance, Working paper based on 2018 ILCAA Intensive Language Course: field methods course on Mee (Ekari), Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, 2019.12.31.
  • WATANABE, Honoré
    “A Sliammon Text: ‘When Coming Out of the Woods,’ as told by Mary George”, Northern Language Studies Vol. 10, pp.275–294, Japan Association of Northern Language Studies, 2020.03.20
  • HOSHI Izumi
    “Phonology of the Meshul dialect of Amdo Tibetan”, HOSHI, Izumi, Shiho EBHIHARA , Nantaijia,  Yusuke BESSHO,Keisuke IWATA,  Takayoshi YAMAGUCHI and Masahiro HIRATA, Dictionary of Tibetan Pastoralism (Tibetan-Japanese) , pp.xxvii–xxxviii, Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, 2020.03.26

Conference Papers

  • KURABE, Keita
    “Topic in Jinghpaw”, The 10th Meeting of The Japan Society of Typological and Contrastive Linguistics, Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, 2019.04.07
  • KURABE, Keita
    “Kachin Portal Site, Presentations on information resources created by the IRC projects 2018, Information Resources Center, Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, 2019.04.25
  • IWAO, Kazushi and Izumi HOSHI
    “Old Tibetan Documents Online (OTDO): Making research tools collaboratively”, Presentations on information resources created by the IRC projects 2018, Information Resources Center, Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, 2019.04.25
  • KURABE, Keita
    “Tonogenesis in Gauri Jinghpaw”, The 29th Meeting of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society, KFC Halls and Rooms in Ryogoku, 2019.05.28
  • AOI, Hayato
    “Technical workshop: Field note taking (2): Methods of utilizing digital devices”, Technical workshop: Field note taking (2): Methods of utilizing digital devices, Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, 2019.05.29
  • KURABE, Keita
    “Notes on oronyms in Kachin State”, Meeting of the project “Between Southeast Asia and South Asia: Development, Ethnicity, and Religion”, Yamagata University Tokyo Liaison Office,  2019.06.08
  • NAKAYAMA, Toshihihide and Fumino HORIUCHI
    “Dynamic emergence of referents in conversation”, 16th International Pragmatics Conference, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, 2019.06.13
  • KURABE, Keita
    “Toward a typological study of the areal lexicon of Mainland Southeast Asia”,  The 1st meeting of the ILCAA Joint Research Project “A Typological Study of the Areal Lexicon of Mainland Southeast Asia”, Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, 2019.06.15
  • KURABE, Keita
    “The syllable-internal structure of Jinghpaw”, The 158th Meeting of the Linguistic Society of Japan, Hitotsubashi University, 2019.06.22
  • KURABE, Keita 
    “Documentation of the endangered oral tradition of the Kachin people in northern Burma”, The 52nd International Conference on Sino-Tibetan Languages and Linguistics, The University of Sydney, Australia, 2019.06.24
  • SAWADA, Hideo
    “Preliminary report of Tai Hsa, a Northern Burmish language spoken by a Shan tribe”, The 52th International Conference of Sino-Tibetan Languages and Linguistics, University of Sidney, Australia, 2019.06.24
  • KURABE, Keita 
    “A preliminary report on the Tangsar language”, The 25th Himalayan Languages Symposium, The University of Sydney, Australia, 2019.06.28
  • SHINAGAWA, Daisuke
    “Where Chaga differs from typical Eastern Bantu: possible influence from contact with non-Bantu?”, Bantu in contact with non-Bantu work shop, Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, 2019.06.28
  • NAKAYAMA, Toshihide 
    “Reexamining the Complexity of Collaboration in Documentation and Revitalization Research”,  International Interdisciplinary Conference 2019 “On the Move: Indigenous Knowledge, Language and Culture, Tourism and Creative Economy in Asia and Beyond”, Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia, Mahidol University, Thailand, 2019.07.02
  • AOI, Hayato
    “How can nomaintive and genitive be distinguished in the Tarama variety of Miyako Ryukyuan?: Syntactic, semantic, and prosodic cues”, 21st Biennial Conference of Japanese Studies Association of Australia, Monash University, Australia, 2019.07.02
  • OTSUKI, Tomoyo,  Kentaro KAMIMURA, Salvatore CARLINO,  Kumiko SATO, Kohei NAKAZAWA and  Nobuko KIBE
    “Developing linguistic studies with the “Corpus of Japanese Dialects””, Japanese Studies Association of Australia Biennial Conference (JSAA 2019), Monash University, Australia, 2019.07.03
  • NAKAZAWA, Kohei, Tomoyo OTSUKI and Salvatore CARLINO
     “‘Word+particle’ fusion forms across Japanese dialects: A study based on the ‘Corpus of Japanese Dialects’”, Japanese Studies Association of Australia Biennial Conference (JSAA 2019), Monash University, Australia, 2019.07.03
  • HOSHI, Izumi
    “Challenges and Rewards in the Process of Translating Bilingual Writer Pema Tseden’s Short Stories”, 15th International Association for Tibetan Studies Seminar, INALCO, France, 2019.07.09
  • HOSHI, Izumi
    “Towards Rich Cultural Lexicography: A Case Study of Cultural Lexis of Tibetan Pastoralism”, 15th International Association for Tibetan Studies Seminar, INALCO, France, 2019.07.10
  • HOSHI, Izumi
    “The Outcomes and prospects of a multimedia Dictionary with regard to Tibetan Pastoral Culture” 15th International Association for Tibetan Studies Seminar, INALCO, France, 2019.07.10
  • AOI, Hayao and Tomoyo OTSUKI
    “Technical workshop: “How to design an effective research poster””, Technical workshop: “How to design an effective research poster”, Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, 2019.7.10
  • BESSHO, Yusuke, Izumi HOSHI , Kazushi IWAO, Ryosuke KOBAYASHI, Seiji KUMAGAI, Hiroshi NEMOTO and Kensaku OKAWA
    “Special roundtable event at the Collège de France: Tibetan Studies in Japan” 15th International Association for Tibetan Studies Seminar, INALCO, France, 2019.07.12
  • YAMAKOSHI, Yasuhiro
    “A Suffix or a Clitic? The Negative Marker “_gui” in Buryat”, The 14th Seoul International Altaistic Conference (SIAC2019), Chonbuk National University, Republic of Korea, 2019.07.22
  • KOGURA, Norikazu
    “The organization of modal categories in Modern Uyghur: With a focus on the auxiliary i- and sentence-final particles”, The 14th Seoul International Altaistic Conference (SIAC2019), Chonbuk National University, Republic of Korea, 2019.07.22
  • KOGURA, Norikazu
    “On the bare verbal stem forms in Sibe: Imperative of irrealis?”, The 14th Seoul International Altaistic Conference (SIAC2019), Chonbuk National University, Republic of Korea, 2019.07.23
  •  SAWADA, Hideo
    “Loanwords in Lhangsu, a Northern Burmish language in Kachin State”, 1st Workshop on linguistic and cultural diversity in the Northeast India-Myanmar-Southwest China region, School of Humanity and Social Sciences, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, 2019.08.06
  • KURABE, Keita
    “Zaiwa in Kachin contact linguistics”, 1st Workshop on linguistic and cultural diversity in the Northeast India-Myanmar-Southwest China region, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore,  2019.08.07
  • KOGURA, Norikazu
    “The development of verbal morphology in Sibe and Manchu”, From Literary to Vernacular: A Workshop/Symposium on Manchu-Sibe Archives and Language, Harvard University, U.S., 2019.08.26
  • SAWADA, Hideo
    “Lhaovo, a Burmish language of Kachin”, ILCAA Forum/ A Cultural lecture in the Intensive Language Course of Jinghpaw, Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, 2019.09.04
  • HOSHI, Izumi
    “Modern Tibetan Literature: Its History and Authors”, Seminar in Tibetology, Hiroshima University, 2019.09.13
  • HOSHI, Izumi
    “Tibetan Ghost Stories”, KiKi So So Tibet Festival, Komoro Eco Village, 2019.09.14
  • KURABE, Keita
    “Ludling and syllable structure in Jinghpaw”, Field Linguistics Workshop: Grammatical Studies Workshops 15 “Language games and phonology (1)”,  Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, 2019.09.24
  • KURABE, Keita
    “Oronyms and hydronyms in Burma”, The 1st Meeting of Geolinguistic Society of Japan, Aoyama Gakuin University, 2019.10.06
  • SAWADA, Hideo
    “Text editors for editing documents: various uses of find and replace”, Field Linguistics Workshop: Technical Workshop, Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies,  2019.10.23
  • KURABE, Keita  and Lu Aung
    “Kachin Orature Project: Documentation, maintenance, and revitalization of the oral heritage in northern Myanmar”, The International Year of Indigenous Languages 2019: Perspectives Conference, Purdue University Fort Wayne, U.S., 2019.10.31
  • WATANABE, Honoré and Toshihide NAKAYAMA
    “Introduction: ILCAA and LingDy, The Japanese initiative to build collaborative network for documentation of under-studied languages (in Africa, Indonesia, Myanmar, and Russia)”, The International Year of Indigenous Languages 2019: Perspectives Conference, Purdue University Fort Wayne, U.S., 2019.10.31
  •  SHINAGAWA, Daisuke, Yuko ABE, and Seunghun LEE
    “Collaborating to document linguistic di-versity in African contexts”, The International Year of Indigenous Languages 2019: Perspectives Conference, Purdue University Fort Wayne, U.S.,  2019.10.31
  • OKUDA, Osami, Yasuhiro YAMAKOSHI, Miki KOBAYASHI, and Mika FUKAZAWA
    “Online audio materials of the Ainu language collected in the latter half of the twentieth century: For future generations of Ainu and the research community”, The International Year of Indigenous Languages 2019: Perspectives Conference, Purdue University Fort Wayne, U.S., 2019.10.31
  • OKUDA, Osami,  Yasuhiro YAMAKOSHI, Miki KOBAYASHI, and Mika FUKAZAWA
    “Two attempts to secure the future of Ainu: Online Ainu materials and descriptions in Ainu”, The International Year of Indigenous Languages 2019: Perspectives Conference,  Purdue University Fort Wayne, U.S., 2019.10.31
  • AOI, Hayato and Toshihide NAKAYAMA
    “Actions for revitalizing the endangered languages and dialects in Japan”, The International Year of Indigenous Languages 2019: Perspectives Conference, Purdue University Fort Wayne, U.S.,  2019.10.31
  • OTSUKI, Tomoyo and Hiroyuki SHIRAIWA
    “Attempts to describe a mother tongue in Aomori and Fukushima, the northeastern region of Japan”, The International Year of Indigenous Languages 2019: Perspectives Conference, Purdue University Fort Wayne, U.S., 2019.10.31
  • SAWADA Hideo 
    “The Effects of borrowing on Lhangsu, a Northern Burmish language of Kachin State”, 2019 Theoretical Linguistics at Keio (TaLK)『Myanmar Linguistics, State of the Art』, The Keio Institute of Cultural and Linguistic Studies, 2019.11.02
  • KURABE, Keita
    “The change-of-state aspect and telicity in Jinghpaw”, The 159th Meeting of the Linguistic Society of Japan, Nagoya Gakuin University, 2019.11.16
  • KURABE, Keita
    “Documentation, archiving, and revitalization of the vanishing oral literature of the Kachin people”, 2019 Poster Session: Institute-wide Research Program “Establishment of a New Cooperative Research System for Solving Contemporary Problems in Asia and Africa”, Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies,  2019.11.23
  • YAMAKOSHI, Yasuhiro
    “An Attempt to Revitalize Indigenous Languages with Using Smartphone”, 2019 Poster Session for the Institute-wide Research Program: Establishment of a New Cooperative Research System for Solving Contemporary Problems in Asia and Africa, Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, 2019.11.23–24
  • SHINAGAWA, Daisuke
    “*-ag and related TAM forms in Chaga: Habitual, Future, and Focus marking?” Workshop Bantu day: Discussions on Linguistic Features from the Bantu area, University of Mainz, Germany, 2019.11.29
  • SHINAGAWA, Daisuke
    “How Sheng has been manipulated and recognized in society: focusing on the dynamism before and after 2007”, Sociolinguistic Perspectives on Variation in Swahili – New Approaches to the Study of Language and Its Social Context in East Africa, University of Mainz, Germany, 2019.11.30
  • KOGURA, Norikazu
    “A brief note on the development of verbal morphology in Manchu”, International Symposium “Endangered languages in Northern Asia” on the occasion of the Unesco Year of Indigenous languages, Free University in Berlin, Germany, 2019.11.30
  • YAMAKOSHI, Yasuhiro
    “Giving the Data Back to the Buryat Community: a ‘Story-telling’ Picture Book with a Smartphone App for Audio Playback”, International Symposium “Endangered languages in Northern Asia”, Free University of Berlin, Germany, 2019.11.30
  • AOI, Hayato
    “The Bantu-Like Tonal Characteristics of Tarama (Miyako, Ryukyuan)”, NINJAL ICPP 2019 (6th International Conference on Phonetics and Phonology), Tachikawa Academic Plaza, 2019.12.14
  • KIMOTO, Yukinori, Norikazu KOGURA and Keita KURABE
    “Propositional framing”, Canberra SCOPIC workshop, The Australian National University, 2019.12.16
  • KOGURA, Norikazu
    “The Morphological leveling in Manchu and Sibe”, The meeting of the linguistic group, B02, Yaponesian genome project, grant-in-aid, MEXT, Chiba University, 2020.01.12
  • KOGURA, Norikazu and Hayato AOI
    “Technical Workshop “Data management for field linguistics””, Technical Workshop “Data management for field linguistics”, Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, 2020.01.15
  • HOSHI, Izumi
    “Reanalyzing the Names for Each Growth Stage of Livestock in Amdo Tibetan”, International workshop “Making the Thesaurus of Tibetan Pastoralism Vocabulary Which Is in Danger of Disappearing”, Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, 2020.02.08
  • SHIOHARA, Asako and Yanti
    “Capturing Emerging Indonesian Varieties using a Picture-task to Elicit Semi-spontaneous Narratives”, INLALI, Atma Jaya Catholic University of Indonesia, 2020.02.18

Reviews and Other Articles

Others

  • AOI, Hayato
    Mobile Museum “Endangered Languages and Dialects in Japan”, Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, 2020.1.14–2020.2.13
  • KOGURA, Norikazu
    The World of Sibe Calligraphy: Collected Works of Getuken, Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies,  2019.11.18–2019.11.28
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