At the 31st General meeting of the Phonetic Society of Japan (日本音声学会), ICU linguistics was well represented. The following presentations were made by current students and alumns (Information taken from: http://www.psj.gr.jp/eng/31st_2017).
1. An Electroglottograph study of voiced plosives in two Japanese dialects
HARUYA OGAWA(ICU), MICHINORI SUZUKI(ICU), HARUKA TAKEYAMA(ICU),
SEUNGHUN LEE(ICU･University of Venda)
2. A preliminary acoustic study of tone in Dzongkha
SEUNGHUN LEE(ICU・University of Venda), SHIGETO KAWAHARA(Keio University)，
HARUKA TADA(ICU), HANNA KAJI(ICU)
[ICU linguistics alumn, Dr. Shigeto Kawahara]
3. A finite element method analysis of vocal tract model
SHIGETO KAWAHARA(Keio University), MUTSUO KAWAHARA(Chuo University), NORI KUMAI(RCCM)
4. How abstract is sound symbolism: Labiality and diaper names in Japanese
GAKUJI KUMAGAI(National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics), SHIGETO KAWAHARA(The Institute of Cultural and Linguistic Studies at Keio University)
Please join us for the memorial event of Prof. Kazuko Inoue (井上先生). [Sign up here] The event will take place at the International Conference Room (Dialogue House, ICU) between 2 and 4 pm on (Sun) May 28th, 2017, right after the WAFL conference. Tea and light meal will be served at the event.
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Shigeto Kawahara and Junko Ito to host a satellite workshop on syllables and prosody at NINJAL, Oct. 13th, 2016. The invited speakers are: Jongho Jun (SNU), Lisa Davidson (NYU), Armin Mester (UC, Santa Cruz), Seunghun Lee (ICU) and others! The program TBA.
We are happy to announce the publication of the proceedings of FAJL 7, published by MITWPL.
Formal Approaches to Japanese Linguistics 7 was held jointly by NINJAL and ICU, June 27-29th. It was a great success. Thanks to all ICU students and alumni who have contributed to this success.
We are proud to announce that we are hosting the 7th meeting of Formal Approaches to Japanese Linguistics. Click here for details.
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.