Category Archives: Lectures

Prof. Shigeru Miyagawa to visit ICU

We are please to announce that Prof. Shigeru Miyagawa (MIT) is visiting ICU as a 60th-year anniversary professor. He is hosting a special linguistic lecture series in Spring 2014.

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ICU Linguistics Series (since 2009)

  • ICU Linguistics Series 12: Toshikazu Ikuta (The Feinstein Institute for Medical Research) : Busshitsu toshiteno Ninchi: Doopamin no ninchi ni okeru sayoo.
  • ICU Linguistics Series 11: Shigeto Kawahara (Rutgers): The phonetics of Japanese maids (and other talks)
  • ICU Linguistics Series 10: Sally McConnell-Ginet (Cornell): How gender and sexual ideologies affect meaning on and off line
  • ICU Linguistics Series 9: Ryan Bennett (UCSC): Pronouns and prosody in Irish
  • ICU Linguistics Series 8: Shigeru Miyagawa (MIT): Agreements that occur mainly in the main clause
  • ICU Linguistics Series 7: Hyun-Kyung Hwang (Ninjal) and John Whitman (Ninjal): Prosodic marking of wh-scope and cyclic spellout
  • ICU Linguistics Series 6: Shigeto Kawahara (Rutgers): Spectral continuity and the perception of duration
  • ICU Linguistics Series 3: Armin Mester (UCSC): The loanword debate in German and Japanese: A linguistic perspective.
  • ICU Linguistics Series 2: Shinichiro Sano (ICU): Introduction to Corpus-based methods in linguistic research.
  • ICU Linguistics Series 1: Atsushi Oho (ICU): “janai-n-janai”? Tag-question or negative question; Ikue Motoyanagi (Sophia University) “Dyslexia: Discussion from a linguistic point of view”; Shintaro Hayashi (Yokohama International University) “Null C in nominal complements and morphological merger”
  • Special lecture: Ito Junko (UCSC) What ‘anime’ and ‘karaoke’ have in common: A linguistic perspective.