Curriculum Vitae

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Dr. Kiyoko Takahashi

Professor at Department of Asian Languages, Faculty of Foreign Languages, Kanda University of International Studies

1-4-1 Wakaba, Mihama-ku, Chiba-shi, Chiba-ken 261-0014 Japan

Tel: +81-(0)43-273-1322 ext.4210

Fax: +81-(0)43-273-2625

E-mail: kiyoko@kanda.kuis.ac.jp

http://labo.kuis.ac.jp/private/kiyoko/

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Academic Qualifications

Ph.D. in Linguistics, Chulalongkorn University (May 2001)

M.A. in Linguistics, Chulalongkorn University (May 1996)

B.A. in Japanese Studies (Teaching Japanese as a Foreign Language), Osaka University (March 1991)

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Professional Memberships

Member of the Linguistic Society of Japan

Member of the Japanese Cognitive Linguistics Association

Member of the International Cognitive Linguistics Association

Member of the International Pragmatics Association

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Publications

to appear. Linguistic Representations of Visual Motion: A Crosslinguistic Experimental Study. (with Yo Matsumoto, Anna Bordilovskaya, Kiyoko Eguchi, Hiroaki Koga, Miho Mano, Ikuko Matsuse,  Takahiro Morita, Naonori Nagaya, Ryosuke Takahashi, and Yuko Yoshinari) In Sarda, Laura and Benjamin Fagard (eds.) Neglected Aspects of Motion Events Description: Deixis, Asymmetries, Constructions. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

to appear. Motion Event Descriptions in Thai. In Matsumoto, Yo (ed.) Motion Event Descriptions from a Cross-Linguistic Perspective, Volume 1: Case Studies. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

to appear. Interpersonal Uses of the Pragmatic Particle /kOO/ in Thai Conversation. In Hiroki, Nomoto and Elin McCready (eds.) Descriptive and Theoretical Studies of Discourse Particles in Asian Languages. London: Routledge.

to appear. An Analysis of Uses of /phaan/ in Thai. Journal of Kanda University of International Studies Vol.34 (2022).

2021. An Analysis of Uses of /taam/ in Thai.  Journal of Kanda University of International Studies Vol.33 (2021), 237-252.

2020g. Syntactic and Semantic Structures of Thai Motion Expressions. In Matsumoto, Yo and Kazuhiro Kawachi (eds.) Broader Perspectives on Motion Event Descriptions, Chapter 4: 105-140. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

2020f. Mermaid Constructions in Thai. In Tsunoda, Tasaku (ed.) Mermaid Construction: A Compound-Predicate Construction with Biclausal Appearence, Chapter 17: 737-777. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

2020e. Japanese and Thai Noun Complements with a Complementizer Derived from a Speech Verb SAY. In Pardeshi, Prashant and Kaoru Horie (eds.) Noun-Modifying Expressions in Japanese and Languages of the World, Chapter 15: 281-301. Tokyo: Hituzi.

2020d. On Different Lexical Aspects of the Thai Verb /won/ that Expresses Motion in a Circle. In Working Group for a Festschrift to Honor Yo Matsumoto on the Occasion of His 60th Birthday (ed.) A New Development of Cognitive Linguistics, 39-52. Tokyo: Kaitakusha.

2020c. Drills in Thai Writing and Reading for Beginners.

2020b. Thai Grammar 2: Textbook for Basic Thai III(b) & IV(b) at KUIS, 2020 edition.

2020a. Thai Grammar 1: Textbook for Basic Thai I(b) & II(b) at KUIS, 2020 edition.

2019b. Thai Grammer 2: Textbook for Basic Thai III(b) & IV(b) at KUIS.

2019a. A Preliminary Corpus-Based Study on Uses of the Noun Complementizer /waa/ in Thai. Journal of Kanda University of International Studies Vol.31 (2019), 355-376.

2018d. Deictic Motion Constructions in Japanese and Thai. In Pardeshi, Prashant and Taro Kageyama (eds.) The Handbook of Japanese Contrastive Linguistics, Chapter 10: 291-312. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

2018c. Drills in Thai Writing and Reading for Non-Thai-Major Students: Textbook for Thai I(a)A & II(a)A at KUIS, 2018 edition.

2018b. Thai Grammar: Textbook for Basic Thai I(b) & II(b) at KUIS, 2018 edition.

2018a. On Lexical Aspects of Versatile Path Verbs in Thai: An Analysis of Motion Descriptions Elicited by a Video-Based Experiment. Journal of Kanda University of International Studies Vol. 30 (2018), 435-453.

2017d. The Functional Nature of Deictic Verbs and the Coding Patterns of Deixis: An Experimental Study in English, Japanese, and Thai. (With Yo Matsumoto and Kimi Akita) In Ibarretxe-Antunano, Iraide (ed.) Motion and Space across Languages: Theory and Applications, Chapter 3: 95-122. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

2017c. Mandarin Chinese and Thai Expressions of Caused Motion: Different Caused-Motion Components in Verb-Serializing Languages. Language and Linguistics in Oceania Vol. 9, Special Issue: South East Asian Linguistics No. 2, 43-69.

2017b. How to Teach Thai Expressions of "Change" to Japanese-Speaking Learners: A Corpus-Based Study. Journal of Kanda University of International Studies Vol. 29 (2017), 343-366.

2017a. Motion Expressions in Thai. In Matsumoto, Yo (ed.) The Typology of Motion Expressions, Chapter 6: 129-158. Tokyo: Kurosio.

2016b. Languages and Cultures in Thailand. In Kanda University of International Studies (ed.) Languages and Cultures in Areas of the Pacific Coast, 102-111. Chiba: Kanda University of International Studies Press.

2016a. Pragmatic Particles in Thai. Journal of Kanda University of International Studies Vol. 28 (2016), 289-309.

2015d. 'Freeze' Event Expressions in Thai: A Corpus-Based Study on Transitivity. In Pardeshi, Prashant, Heiko Narrog, and Kazuyuki Kiryu (eds.) A Crosslinguistic Study of Transitive-Intransitive Alternating Verbs, 205-221. Tokyo: Kurosio.

2015c. Drills in Thai Writing and Reading for Non-Thai-Major Students: Textbook for Thai I(a)A & II(a)A at KUIS.

2015b. Thai Grammar: Textbook for Basic Thai I(b) & II(b) at KUIS, 2015 edition.

2015a. Motion Events Expressed in Mandarin Chinese and Thai. Journal of Kanda University of International Studies, Vol.27 (2015), 61-81.

2014c. Thai Grammar: Textbook for Basic Thai I(b) & II(b) at KUIS.

2014b. On 'Basic Thai Grammar' in the Teaching of Thai as a Foreign Language. Journal of Kanda University of International Studies, Vol.26 (2014), 465-488.

2014a. Analysis of Thai Grammar for Developing a Textbook of Freshman Grammar Classes for Thai-Major Students in Japan (Complete Report submitted to the Office of the National Research Council of Thailand).

2013d. On the Classification of Motion Events Expressed in Mandarin Chinese and Thai. Proceedings of the 147th General Meeting of the Linguistic Society of Japan, 284-289.

2013c. Five Levels in Thai. In Tsunoda, Tasaku (ed.) Five Levels in Clause Linkage, Vol.2, 727-857. Ibaraki: by the author.

2013b. Quasi-Mermaid Construction in Thai. In Tsunoda, Tasaku (ed.) Adnominal Clauses and the 'Mermaid Construction': Grammaticalization of Nouns (NINJAL Collaborative Research Project Reports 13-01), 487-511. Tokyo: National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics (NINJAL).

2013a. Clause Linkage Markers in Thai. Journal of Kanda University of International Studies, Vol.25 (2013), 157-178.

2012b. On Historical Semantic Changes of the Thai Morpheme /haj/. Journal of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society, Vol.5, 126-141.

2012a. Previous Studies on Historical Changes of the Functional Morpheme /thii/ in Thai. Journal of Kanda University of International Studies, Vol.24 (2012), 157-179.

2011d. Relative Clause Constructions in Thai. In Hasegawa, Nobuko (ed.)  Reconsideration of Generative Grammar in the Seventies: The Horizon of Japanese Studies, Chapter 10: 253-275. Tokyo: Kaitakusha.

2011c. A Corpus-Based Study on the Characteristics of the KILL-DIE Event Expressed in Thai. Papers from the 11th National Conference of the Japanese Cognitive Linguistics Association (JCLA11 2011), 191-201.

2011b. The Evolution of Polyfunctionality of /day/ Construction in Thai: Split Patterns of Possibility-Related Modal Concepts. Journal of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society, Vol.4, No.1, 147-165.

2011a. Previous Studies on Transitivity in Thai: Kullavanijaya 1974 vs. Thepkanjana 1992. Journal of Kanda University of International Studies, Vol.23 (2011), 293-313.

2010d. A Preliminary Study on Early Changes of Verbal Negators in Thai. Journal of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society, Vol.3, No.2, 77-92.

2010c. A Corpus-based Study on the Characteristics of the KILL-DIE Event Expressed in Thai. Conference Handbook 2010 of the Japanese Cognitive Linguistics Association, 153-156.

2010b. Transitivity and Causativity in Thai. In Nishimitsu, Yoshihiro and Prashant Pardeshi (eds.) Cross-linguistic Studies on Intransitive and Transitive Verbs, Chapter 5: 91-142. Tokyo: Kurosio.

2010a. Uses of /haa/ in Thai Inscriptions (Appendix: Correction of Inscription Corpus Data in Memoirs of Kanda University of International Studies, Vols. 17-21). Journal of Kanda University of International Studies, Vol.22 (2010), 405-430.

2009g. Arrival Expressions in Thai. Journal of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society, Vol.2, 175-193.

2009f. Elementary Thai. (with Setsuko Masaki) Tokyo: Katano.

2009e. On the Directionality of Semantic Change of the Thai Functional Morpheme HAY. Proceedings of the 138th General Meeting of the Linguistic Society of Japan, 148-153.

2009d. Historical Changes in Semantic Contexts Compatible with the Irrealis Marker in Thai. A Study of Modality from the Cognitive-Typological Viewpoint: A Wide Variety of Grammaticalization with respect to Modality (Report of the research project funded by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, 2005-2008, Kiban (c), Project Number: 17520279, Research representative: Mariko Kurotaki), 131-162.

2009c. Thai Motion Event Expressions: A Literature Review. In Minegishi, Makoto, Kingkarn Thepkanjana, Wirote Aroonmanakun, and Mitsuaki Endo (eds.) Proceedings of the Chulalongkorn-Japan Linguistics Symposium, 29-43. Tokyo: Global COE Program: Corpus-based Linguistics and Language Education, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies.

2009b. Basic Serial Verb Constructions in Thai. Journal of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society, Vol.1, 215-229.

2009a. Uses of /hay/ in Thai Inscriptions. Journal of Kanda University of International Studies, Vol.21 (2009), 331-368.

2008f. Post-Verbal Noun for a Part in Thai. Khanittanan, Wilaiwan and Paul Sidwell (eds.) Papers from the 14th Annual Meeting of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society 2004, Vol. 2, 63-72. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.

2008e. Thai Dictionaries. In Ishii, Yoneo (ed.) Languages of the World: A Dictionary of Dictionaries -Asian Languages-, 146-164. Tokyo: Sanseido.

2008d. Negation of Existence versus Negation of Experience: Negative Expressions in Thai Inscriptions. Proceedings of the 136th General Meeting of the Linguistic Society of Japan, 276-281.

2008c. Historical Semantic Changes of the Thai Verb /tOng/: A Case Study on Grammaticalization and Polyfunctionalization of Modal for Obligation. Papers from the 8th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Cognitive Linguistics Association (JCLA8 2008), 612-615.

2008b. Grammaticalization Paths of the Thai Verb /day/: A Corpus-Based Study. Tadmor, Uri and Paul Sidwell (eds.) Papers from the 16th Annual Meeting of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society 2006, 121-133. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.

2008a. Negative Markers in Thai. Memoirs of Kanda University of International Studies, Vol.20 (2008), 335-358.

2007d. Historical Semantic Changes of the Thai Verb TONG: A Case Study on Grammaticalization and Polyfunctionalization of Modal for Obligation. Conference Handbook 2007 of the Japanese Cognitive Linguistics Association, 155-158.

2007c. Historical Changes in Semantic Contexts Compatible with the Irrealis Marker in Thai. Proceedings of the 134th General Meeting of the Linguistic Society of Japan, 108-113.

2007b. Accomplishment Constructions in Thai: Diverse Cause-Effect Relationships. Iwasaki, Shoichi, Andrew Simpson, Karen Adams and Paul Sidwell (eds.) Papers from the 13th Annual Meeting of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society 2003, 263-277. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.

2007a. The Irrealis Marker in Thai. Memoirs of Kanda University of International Studies, Vol.19 (2007), 189-210.

2006c. From 'Emergence' to 'Realization': A Case Study of Grammaticalization Involving Both Semantic Generalization and Specification. Papers from the 6th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Cognitive Linguistics Association (JCLA6 2006), 193-203.

2006b. Uses of /day/ in Thai Inscriptions (2). Memoirs of Kanda University of International Studies, Vol.18 (2006), 427-448.

2006a. The Thai Language Viewed from the Japanese Perspective. NIHONGOGAKU (Studies on the Japanese Language) March 2006, Vol. 25, No.3, 34-44.

2005e. The Allative Preposition in Thai. In Sidwell, Paul (ed.) Papers from the 15th Annual Meeting of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society 2005, 111-120. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, The Australian National University.

2005d. From 'Emergence' to 'Realization': A Case Study of Grammaticalization Involving Both Semantic Generalization and Specification. Conference Handbook 2005 of the Japanese Cognitive Linguistics Association, 78-81.

2005c. On Grammaticalization of Japanese and Thai Emergence Verbs. (with Rumiko Shinzato) Proceedings of the 5th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Cognitive Linguistics Association (JCLA5 2005), 197-206.

2005b. Thai Expressions of Consideration. In Sasaki, Michiko (ed.). An Interim Report of a Theoretical Study on gCultural Literacyh Applicable to the Teaching Japanese as a Foreign Language, along with Developing the Practical Model, 77-88.

2005a. Uses of /day/ in Thai Inscriptions. Memoirs of Kanda University of International Studies, Vol.17 (2005), 295-353.

2004d. On Grammaticalization of Japanese and Thai Emergence Verbs. (with Rumiko Shinzato) Conference Handbook 2004 of the Japanese Cognitive Linguistics Association, 81-84.

2004c. Pressing the hands together with smile or sticking out the chin: Thai Bodily Expressions. In Ishii, Yoneo and Eiichi Chino (eds.). Languages of the World: A Dictionary of Everyday Expressions from the Viewpoint of Phatic Communion, 368-369. Tokyo: Sanseido.

2004b. Observations on From and Meaning of /day/. (with Tasanee Methapisit) In Burusphat, Somsonge (ed.) Papers from the 11th Annual Meeting of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society 2001, 701-719. Tempe: Program for Southeast Asian Studies, Arizona State University.

2004a. Logical Resultative Construction in Thai. Memoirs of Kanda University of International Studies, Vol.16 (2004), 203-224.

2003. On Thai Copulas, /khUU/ and /pen/: A Cognitive Approach. (with Rumiko Shinzato) Proceedings of the 2nd Seoul International Conference on Discourse and Cognitive Linguistics: Discourse and Cognitive Perspectives on Human Language, 131-145.

2002b. Perception Types of Emanation Fictive Motions in Thai. Proceedings of the 2nd Annual Meeting of the Japanese Cognitive Linguistics Association (JCLA2 2002), 42-51.

2002a. Temporal Proximity: An Organizing Factor of Four Major Aspects in Thai. Journal of Hokkaido Linguistics Society, Vol. 2, 1-17.

2001d. Thai for Beginners. (with Setsuko Masaki, Kahoru Mochizuki and Ken-ichiro Mochizuki) Tokyo: Katano.

2001c. Perception Types of Emanation Fictive Motions in Thai. Conference Handbook 2001 of the Japanese Cognitive Linguistics Association, 133-140.

2001b. Access Path Expressions in Thai. In Cienki, Alan, Barbara Luka and Mike Smith (eds.). Conceptual and Discourse Factors in Linguistic Structure. Stanford: CSLI Publications, 237-252.

2001a. A Contrastive Study on Thai /cUng/ Constructions and Their Translations into Japanese. A Bilingual Corpus in Japanese and Asian Languages: Its Application to Contrastive Linguistics and Teaching Japanese as a Foreign Language (Proceedings of the 8th International Symposium of the National Language Institute; Report of the research project funded by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, 1999-2000, Kiban (B)(2), Project Number: 11691041, Research representative: Maeda-Usami, Yo). Tokyo: Institute of National Language, 106-131.

2000. On Verbs for Motion in a Circle. Memoirs of the Bangkok Language Center, the Japan Foundation, Vol.3, 33-38.

1998c. /khaam/, /phaan/ and /lAAy/: A New Perspective Looking at Thai Motion Verbs. Journal of Faculty of Arts, Chulalongkorn University, Vol.1, No.2, 32-35.

1998b. Events of Downward Motion without Protagonist Control in Thai. Memoirs of the Bangkok Language Center, the Japan Foundation, Vol.1, 43-48.

1998a. Functions of Resultative Fictive Motion (Advent Path) Expressions and Potential Fictive Motion (Coverage Path) Expressions in Thai and Semantic Constraints on the Expressions. Proceedings of the 116th General Meeting of the Linguistic Society of Japan, 136-141.

1997c. How to Get Back: Backward Motion Events in Thai. Proceedings of the Academic Conference for the 80th Anniversary of the Foundation of Chulalongkorn University, 361-366.

1997b. Verbs for Global Locomotory Body Motion in Thai. Proceedings of the 16th International Congress of Linguistics.

1997a. Negation in Thai Serial Verb Constructions: A Pragmatic Study. (with Kingkarn Thepkanjana) In Abramson, Arthur S. (ed.) Southeast Asian Linguistic Studies in Honor of Vichin Panupong. Bangkok: Chulalongkorn University Press, 273-282

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Conference and Seminar Presentations

2021. Thai Narrative Discourses of Internal Thoughts with SELF Expressions. The 17th International Pragmatics Conference, Winterthur (Online), June 28-July 2, 2021.

2020. Motion Event Descriptions in Thai. Study Meeting of Collaborative Research Project "Motion Event Descriptions" at Department of Crosslinguistic Studies, National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics (NINJAL), Tokyo (Online), December 5, 2020.

2019d. A Crosslinguistic Experimental Study of Fourteen Different Paths: Toward a Scale-Based Typology of Motion Event Descriptions. (With Yo Matsumoto, Anna Bordilovskaya, Kiyoko Eguchi, Kazuhiro Kawachi, Miho Mano, Takahiro Morita, Naonori Nagaya and Yuko Yoshinari) The 13th Conference of the Association for Linguistic Typology, Pavia, September 4-6, 2019.

2019c. Segmentation of Complex Motion Events in Two Verb-Serializing Languages. (With Kyosuke Yamamoto) The 15th International Cognitive Longustics Conference, Nishinomiya, August 6-11, 2019.

2019b. Correlation between Motion Expressions and State-Change Expressions in Thai: An Outline. Study Meeting of Collaborative Research Project "Motion and State-Change" at Department of Crosslinguistic Studies, National Institute for Japanese and Linguistics (NINJAL), Tokyo, June 7, 2019.

2019a. Thai Motion Event Descriptions: Results of Experiment A. NINJAL International Symposium: Motion Event Descriptions across Languages, Tokyo, January 26-27, 2019.

2018c. Representation of Paths in Thai Motion Expressions. Workshop on Types of Motion Paths and their Codification: Revisiting the Typology of Motion Event Descriptions through Crosslinguistic Video Experiments. The 157th General Meeting of the Linguistic Society of Japan, Kyoto, November 17-18, 2018.

2018b. Results of the Thai Version of Experiment A. Study Meeting on Motion Expressions in Verb-Serializing Languages (Japanese Sigh Language, Ilocano and Thai), Collaborative Research Project "Motion Event Descriptions" at Department of Crosslinguistic Studies, National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics (NINJAL), Nagoya, August 30, 2018.

2018a. Noun Modifying Expressions in Thai. NINJAL Prosody and Grammar Festa 2, Tokyo, Febuary 17-18, 2018.

2017c. A Classification of Noun-Modifiers in Thai: A Case Study of the Functional System of Noun Modification. Study Meeting of Collaborative Research Project "Noun Modifying Expressions" at Department of Crosslinguistic Studies, National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics (NINJAL), Toyama, October 29, 2017.

2017b. On the Correlation of Formal Unity and Conceptual Coherence of Complex Event: A Case Study of Mandarin Chinese and Thai Caused Motion Expressions. The 14th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference, Tartu, July 10-14, 2017.

2017a. Interlocutor-Oriented Functions of the Pragmatic Particle /kOO/: An Analysis of Thai Conversation. The 154th General Meeting of the Linguistic Society of Japan, Tokyo, June 24-25, 2017.

2016b. A Report on Experimental Research of Thai Motion Expressions: File C1. Study Meeting of Collaborative Research Project "Typology of Motion Expressions: A Crosslinguistic Experimental Study" (JSPS Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B) Grant Number 15H0326 headed by Yo Matsumoto), Nagoya, September 16, 2016.

2016a. A Literature Review on Thai Pragmatic Particles. Session for ILCAA Joint Project "Semantics of Discourse Particles in East and Southeast Asian Languages" at the 23rd Annual Meeting of the Austronesian Formal Linguistics Association, Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa (ILCAA), Tokyo, June 10-12, 2016.

2015b. Clause Integration and Path Coding in Different Types of Caused Motion. (With Y. Matsumoto, K. Akita, K. Eguchi, T. Morita, M. Kahumburu, and M. Mano) The 13th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference, Newcastle, July 20-25, 2015.

2015a. On Idiomatically Combining Expressions Containing the Inward/Outward Motion Verb in Thai. NINJAL International Symposium: Typology and Cognition in Motion Event Descriptions.  National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics (NINJAL), Tokyo, January 24-25, 2015.

2013b. On the Classification of Motion Events Expressed in Mandarin Chinese and Thai. The 147th General Meeting of the Linguistic Society of Japan, Kobe, November 23-24, 2013.

2013a. Crosslinguistic Tendencies in the Intralinguistic Variations of Motion Descriptions: An Experimental Study of Manner, Path, and Deixis. (With Y. Matsumoto, K. Akita, F. Andreani, K. Eguchi, N. Imazato, K. Kawachi, I. Matsuse, T. Morita, N. Nagaya, R. Takahashi, and Y. Yoshinari) The 12th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference, Alberta, July 23-28, 2013.

2012. On Thai Serial Verb Constructions. Study Meeting at the Department of Eurasian Languages and Cultures (Friday-Salon), Chiba University, Chiba, June 29, 2012.

2011g. Five Levels in Thai. Study Meeting of Collaborative Research Project "Modal and Speech-Act Constructions on Clause-Linkage" (Research Project at Department of Crosslinguistic Studies, National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics (NINJAL)), Tokyo, December 10-11, 2011.

2011f. A Report on Experimental Research of Thai Motion Expressions: File B. Study Meeting of Collaborative Research Project "Crosslinguistic Experimental Research on Motion Expressions" (Research Project at National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics (NINJAL)), Tokyo, November 11, 2011.

2011e. Mermaid Construction in Thai. Study Meeting of Collaborative Research Project "Adnominal Clauses and the Noun-Concluding Construction: Grammaticalization of Nouns" (Research Project at Department of Crosslinguistic Studies, National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics (NINJAL)), Tokyo, October 15-16, 2011.

2011d. A Comparison of Mandarin Chinese and Thai Expressions for Caused Motion: Different Degrees of Clausal Integration of Motion Components. The 11th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference, Xi'an, July 11-17, 2011.

2011c. A Report on Preliminary Experimental Research of Thai Motion Expressions. Study Meeting of Collaborative Research Project "Crosslinguistic Experimental Research on Motion Expressions" (Research Project at National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics (NINJAL)), Tokyo, July 9, 2011.

2011b. On Transitivity in Thai. Study Meeting of Collaborative Research Project "Transitivity (Universals and Crosslinguistic Variations in the Semantic Structure of Predicates)" (Research Project at Department of Crosslinguistic Studies, National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics (NINJAL)), Osaka, June 4, 2011.

2011a. On Deictic Verbs in Thai. Study Meeting of Collaborative Research Project "Crosslinguistic Experimental Research on Motion Expressions" (Research Project at National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics (NINJAL)), Tokyo, February 10-11, 2011.

2010c. A Corpus-Based Study on the Characteristics of the KILL-DIE Event Expressed in Thai. The 11th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Cognitive Linguistics Association, Tokyo, September 11-12, 2010.

2010b. A Contrastive Study between Japanese and Thai. The 24th Special Lecture Series [in the 67th Summer Intensive Brush-up Seminar for Japanese Teachers organized by the Naganuma School, Tokyo School of Japanese Language, August 16-20, 2010]: Contrastive Studies between Japanese and a Foreign Language that Benefit the Teaching Japanese as a Foreign Language, Tokyo, August 17, 2010.

2010a. On Classification of Relative Clauses in Thai. The Linguistics Seminar for the 10th Anniversary of the Foundation of the Center of Language Science (CLS), Kanda University of International Studies: Finding a New Meaning in Studies of Japanese Generative Grammar in the Seventies---A Tribute to Professor Susumu Kuno and Professor Kazuko Inoue---, Chiba, July 1-2, 2010.

2009b. On the Directionality of Semantic Change of the Thai Functional Morpheme HAY. The 138th General Meeting of the Linguistic Society of Japan, Chiba, June 20-21, 2009.

2009a. Historical Changes in Thai Negatives for Verbal Predicates: A Corpus-Based Study. The 19th Annual Meeting of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society, Ho Chi Minh City, May 28-29, 2009.

2008c. Negation of Existence versus Negation of Experience: Negative Expressions in Thai Inscriptions. The 136th General Meeting of the Linguistic Society of Japan, Tokyo, June 21-22, 2008.

2008b. Basic Serial Verb Constructions in Thai. The 18th Annual Meeting of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society, Kuala Lumpur, May 21-22, 2008.

2008a. Thai Motion Event Expressions: A Literature Review. Chulalongkorn-Japan Linguistics Symposium, Bangkok, May 1-2, 2008.

2007e. Historical Semantic Changes of the Thai Verb TONG: A Case Study on Grammaticalization and Polyfunctionalization of Modal for Obligation. Workshop on Grammaticalizations and Semantic Changes of Modals. The 8th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Cognitive Linguistics Association, Tokyo, September 22-23, 2007.

2007d. Arrival Expressions in Thai. The 17th Annual Meeting of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society, Collage Park, August 31-September 2, 2007.

2007c. A Corpus-Based Study on Split Patterns of Modal Concepts in Thai. The 18th International Conference on Historical Linguistics, Montreal, August 6-11, 2007.

2007b. Motion Event Expressions in Thai. Workshop on Typology of Motion Expressions and the Consistency of the Typological Patterns, Part 2. Kobe, July 1-2, 2007.

2007a. Historical Changes in Semantic Contexts Compatible with the Irrealis Marker in Thai. The 134th General Meeting of the Linguistic Society of Japan, Chiba, June 16-17, 2007.

2006b. Grammaticalization Paths of the Thai Verb da^y: A Corpus-Based Study. The 16th Annual Meeting of the Southeast Asian Linguistic Society, Jakarta, September 20-21, 2006.

2006a. A Two-Dimensional Classification of Complex Events Represented by Basic Serial Verb Constructions. The 4th International Conference on Construction Grammar, Tokyo, September 1-3, 2006.

2005c. From 'Emergence' to 'Realization': A Case Study of Grammaticalization Involving Both Semantic Generalization and Specification. The 6th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Cognitive Linguistics Association, Tokyo, September 17-18, 2005. 

2005b. Crosslinguistic Variability of Construals of Fictive Motion Categories. The 9th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference, Seoul, July 17-22, 2005.

2005a. The Allative Preposition in Thai. The 15th Annual Meeting of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society, Canberra, April 20-22, 2005.

2004d. On Grammaticalization of Japanese and Thai Emergence Verbs. (with Rumiko Shinzato) The 5th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Cognitive Linguistics Association, Osaka, September 18-19, 2004.

2004c. Thai Expressions of Consideration. The 2004 Summer Lectures of Obirin University Graduate School, Tokyo, September 12, 2004.

2004b. Post-Verbal Nominal for a Part in Thai. The 14th Annual Meeting of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society, Bangkok, May 19-21, 2004.

2004a. Grammaticalization Paths of Verbs of eEmergencef in Thai and Japanese. (with Rumiko Shinzato) The 2004 Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities, Honolulu, January 8-11, 2004.

2003b. On Thai Copulas, khUU1 and pen1: A Cognitive Approach. (with Rumiko Shinzato) The 2nd Seoul International Conference on Discourse and Cognitive Linguistics: Discourse and Cognitive Perspectives on Human Language, Seoul, June 7-8, 2003.

2003a. Accomplishment Constructions in Thai: Diverse Cause-Effect Relationships. The 13th Annual Meeting of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society, Los Angeles, May 2-4, 2003.

2002. Arrival Expressions in Thai. Meijigakuin University Cognitive Linguistics Study Group, Tokyo, April 13, 2002.

2001c. Perception Types of Emanation Fictive Motions in Thai. The 2nd Annual Meeting of the Japanese Cognitive Linguistics Association, Osaka, September 15-16, 2001.

2001b. Logical Resultative Constructions in Thai. The 7th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference, Santa Barbara, July 22-27, 2001.

2001a. Some Observations on Form and Meaning of da^y. (with Tasanee Methapisit) The 11th Annual Meeting of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society, Bangkok, May 16-18, 2001.

2000c. Thai Logical Resultative Constructions. Meijigakuin University Cognitive Linguistics Study Group, Tokyo, December 16, 2000.

2000b. A Contrastive Study on Thai cµN Constructions and Their Translations into Japanese. The 8th International Symposium of the National Language Institute. A Bilingual Corpus in Japanese and Asian Languages: Its Application to Contrastive Linguistics and Teaching Japanese as a Foreign Language, Tokyo, December 14-15, 2000.

2000a. On the Thai Nation, People and Culture. Lectures for Participants in a Youth Invitation Program of the Japan International Cooperation Center, May 20, 2000.

1998e. Functions and Forms of Access Path Expressions in Thai. The 4th Conference on Conceptual Structure, Discourse, and Language, Atlanta, October 10-12, 1998.

1998d. How to Turn Around: Thai Verbs of Motion in a Circle. The International Seminar on Issues in Cognitive Lexical Semantics, Bangkok, September 10-11, 1998.

1998c. Semantic Extensions of Thai Verbs for Backward Motion. The 1st Cognitive Linguistics Forum, Tokyo, July 11-12.

1998b. Functions of Resultative Fictive Motion (Advent Path) Expressions and Potential Fictive Motion (Coverage Path) Expressions in Thai and Semantic Constraints on the Expressions. The 116th General Meeting of the Linguistic Society of Japan, Tokyo, June 20-21, 1998.

1998a. Motion Expressions in Thai. The 4th Meeting of Study Group on Issues in Spatial Semantics, Bangkok, March 30, 1998.

1997d. How to Get Back: Backward Motion Events in Thai. The Academic Conference for the 80th Anniversary of the Foundation of Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, October 15-17, 1997.

1997c. Thai Spatial Concept SIDE of Several Kinds. The 4th Seoul International Conference on Linguistics, Seoul, August 11-15, 1997.

1997b. Verbs for Global Locomotory Body Motion in Thai. The 16th International Congress of Linguistics, Paris, July 20-25, 1997.

1997a. Temporal Proximateness in Thai. The 5th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference, Amsterdam, July 14-19, 1997.

1996. Negation in Thai Serial Verb Constructions: A Pragmatic Study. (with Kingkarn Thepkanjana) The 4th International Symposium on Language and Linguistics: Pan-Asiatic Linguistics, Bangkok, January 8-10, 1996.

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Theses

Doctorial thesis (2000): Expressions of Emanation Fictive Motion Events in Thai

Masterfs thesis (1996): Negation in Thai Basic Serial Verb Constructions

Graduation thesis (1991): A Contrastive Study between Thai and Japanese Particles: NA/SI and YO/NE

 

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