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HIRAIWA Ken

HIRAIWA Ken
Affiliation and department:
Homepage URL  (2): https://gyoseki.meijigakuin.ac.jp/mguhp/KgApp?kyoinId=ymdegegsggyhttps://gyoseki.meijigakuin.ac.jp/mguhp/KgApp?kyoinId=ymdegegsggy
Research field  (2): Cognitive science ,  Linguistics
Research keywords  (14): Linguistic Theory ,  Syntax ,  Typology ,  Cognitive Science ,  Numerical Capacities ,  Fieldwork ,  Linguistics ,  Endangered Language ,  Cognitive Science ,  African Languages ,  Ryukyuan Languages ,  Cognitive Capacities ,  Number ,  Design and Architecture of the Human Language Faculty
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (3):
  • 2010 - 2013 The Syntax of Root Clauess
  • 2008 - 2008 The A-bar Syntax of the Shuri Okinawan Language and Universal Grammar: A Preliminary Study
  • 2003 - 2004 Ken Hale Fellowship (Fieldwork Research on the Syntax of Buli)
Papers (43):
  • Kimiko Nakanishi. Bare Indeterminates in Uncondionals. The Proceedings of 94th Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America. 2020
  • Ken Hiraiwa. The Origin and Architecture of Existential Indeterminates in Okinawan. The Proceedings of 94th Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America. 2020
  • Kimiko Nakanishi. Intervention Effects and (Bare) Indeterminates. The Proceedings of Japanese/Korean Linguistics 27. 2020
  • Kimiko Nakanishi. Free Choice and Existential Indeterminates in Japanese as Hidden Clauses. The Proceedings of WAFL 15. 2020
  • Ken Hiraiwa and Yoshiaki Kobayashi. Countersluicing. Syntax. 2019
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MISC (1):
  • Theoretical Linguistics and Field Linguistics. Japanese Linguistics. 2011. 5. 60-67
Books (7):
  • The Proceedings of the FAJL4 (MITWPL #41)
    MITWPL, Cambridge, MA 2002
  • Minimalist Approaches to Clause Structure (MITWPL #50)
    MITWPL, Cambridge, MA 2005
  • Constrain<I>ing</I> Doubl<I>ing</I>
    Mouton de Gruyter 2014 ISBN:978-1-61451-811-2
  • <I>Glossa</I>: A Special Collection on Internally-Headed Relative Clauses
    Ubiquity Press 2016
  • The Syntax of Numerals in Language
    2016 ISBN:978-4-7589-2224-1
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Lectures and oral presentations  (83):
  • Nominative-Genitive Conversion, Feature Checking, and the Syntax of Verbal Inflection in Japanese.
    (The 117th Annual Meeting of Linguistic Society of Japan 1998)
  • Multiple Agree and the Defective Intervention Constraint in Japanese
    (The MIT-Harvard Joint Conference on Language Research (HUMIT 2000) 2000)
  • Nominative-Genitive Conversion Revisited.
    (The 10th Anniversary Japanese/Korean Linguistics Conference 2000)
  • Case and Agree in Japanese
    (The 18th Annual Meeting of the English Linguistic Society of Japan Workshop Case in Japanese and Its Implications for Minimalist Syntax. 2000)
  • EPP and Object Shift in the Scandinavian Languages: Localization of Locality
    (WCCFL 20 2001)
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Education (1):
  • 1999 - 2005 Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Department of Linguistics and Philosophy Linguistics
Professional career (1):
  • Ph.D in Linguistics (Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT))
Work history (5):
  • 2003 - 2004 University of Ghana Department of Linguistics and Philosophy Visiting Scholar
  • 2005 - 2007 New York University Department of Linguistics Visiting Scholar
  • 2008 - 2009 University of Victoria Department of Linguistics Assistant Professor of Linguistics
  • 2016/04 - 2017/03 Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Department of Linguistics and Philosophy Visiting Scholar
  • 2016/04 - 2017/03 Researcher
Committee career (4):
  • 2008/01 - 現在 Syntax: A Journal of Theoretical, Experimental, and Interdisciplinary Research (Editorial Board)
  • 2016/01 - 現在 Glossa: A Journal of General Linguistics (Editorial Board)
  • 2013/09 - 2015/10 Lingua (Editorial Board)
  • 2013/04 - 2016/03 ALGaD (African Language Grammars and Dictionaries) (Series Co-Editor-in-Chief)
Association Membership(s) (1):
Linguistic Society of America
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