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Yonekura Hiroshi

ヨネクラ ヒロシ | Yonekura Hiroshi
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Professor,Professor, Graduate School of Literature,Professor
Research field  (2): English linguistics ,  Literature - European
Research keywords  (1): History of English and Chaucer's Language
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (2):
  • 1987 - Word Formation in Late Middle English
  • History of English Word Formation--With Special Reference to Chaucer's English
MISC (24):
  • A Descriptive Study of Chaucer's Word-Formation. Doctor Litterarum Dissertation, Tsukuba University. 2004. 657 pp
  • On Fables of Aesop Translated by William Caxton. Faculty of Letters, Kyoto Prefectural University. 2004. 21-34
  • Review of Grommaticalization and Idiomatization (by Minoji Akimoto). The Rising Generation. 2003. 148. 12. 772-773
  • Some Remarks on Denominal Verbs in Shakespeare. Studies in Modern English (The 20th Anniversary Number). 2003. 67-80
  • The Prefixed Words in Chaucer. The Scientfic Reports of Kyoto Prefectural University. 2003. 55, 1-120
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Books (25):
  • Approaches to Grammaticalization
    Eichosha 2001
  • The Middle English Derivatives Suffixed with -ER-The Case of Chaucer
    Nagoya University・Synchronic & Diachronic Studies on Language 2000
  • The History of English Orthography
    Tokyo : Aratake Shuppan 1999
  • On the Productivity of the Suffixes -NESS and -ITY : The Case of Chaucer
    English Historical Linguistics and Philology in Japan (Berlin & New York : Mouton) 1998
  • Chaucer's Compound Nouns : Patterns and Productivity
    Language History and Linguistic Modelling(Berlin & NewYork : Mouton de Gruyter) 1996
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Education (2):
  • - 1970 Nagoya University Graduate School, Division of Letters
  • - 1965 Mie University Faculty of Arts and Science
Professional career (2):
  • Master of Literature (Nagoya University)
  • Doctor Litterarum (University of Tsukuba)
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