• 大塚祐子

    PRO and null SE: Case, tense, and empty categories in Tongan. Syntax 14(3): 265-296. NP ellipsis in Tongan: Is syntactic ergativity real? Natural Language and Linguistic Theory 28(2): 315-342. Fostering the growth of budding community initiatives: The role of linguists in Tokelauan maintenance in Hawai‘i. Language Documentation and Conservation 1(2): 240-256. (With Andrew Wong.) Making a case for Tongan as an endangered language. The Contemporary Pacific 19(2): 446-73. Niuean and Eastern Polynesian: A view from syntax. Oceanic Linguistics 45: 429-56. Ergative-absolutive patterns in Tongan: An overview. In Jessica Coon, Diane Massam, and Lisa Travis (eds.), Oxford handbook of ergativity. Oxford: Oxford University Press.<続きを読む>
  • Marc Kaufman (マーク カウフマン)

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    主な著書 Publications ・”The Mountain Dog. A Short Story.” Silk Road Review. Issue 18, Fall 2017. Print. http://silkroad.pacificu.edu/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/The-Mountain-Dog.pdf ・”The Usual Pain. A Short Story.” Isthmus Review. October 2017. Web. http://www.isthmusreview.com/the-usual-pain-by-marc-kaufman/ ・”Language in the Round” The Font: A Literary Journal for Language Teachers. May 2017. Web. http://thefontjournal.com/language-in-the-round/ ・”Sensory Science. A Short Story.” F(r)iction Online. March 2017. Web. https://tetheredbyletters.com/sensory-science-by-marc-kaufman/ ・”London. A Short Story.” TYO Mag. June 2013. Web. http://tyomag.com/issue-03/kaufman ・”Is it Okay to be Okay Again? Tokyo One Year Later.” Narrative Magazine. 24 April 2012.Web. http://www.narrativemagazine.com/issues/stories-week-2011-2012/story-week/it-okay-be-okay-again-marc-kaufman  ・Making Choices and Encouraging Adaptation in the Classroom.’ Asia University Center For English Language Education Journal, Volume 19, 2011.  ・‘Exploring Student Perceptions Of Katakana English’ with Michael Kistler, Asia University Center For English Language Education Journal, Volume 17, 2009.  その他 Others ・”Dream Eaters” (Fiction) Honorable <続きを読む>
  • Laurence Williams

    Articles:   “‘Like the Ladies of Europe’?: Female Emancipation and the ‘Scale of Civilisation’ in Women’s Writing on Japan, 1840–80”, Studies in Travel Writing 21.1 (2017) 17–32  (with Steve Clark) “Isabella Bird, Victorian Globalism, and Unbeaten Tracks in Japan (1880)”, Studies in Travel Writing 21.1 (2017) 1–16   “Jonathan Swift and Kaempfer’s History of Japan: The Origins of the Court and Empire of Japan (1727/8)”, Notes and Queries 63.1         (2016) 79–82  “Anglo-Chinese Caresses: Civility, Friendship, and Trade in English Representations of China, 1760–1800”, Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies 38.2 (2015) 277–96  “Revising the Contact Zone: William Adams, Reception History, and the Opening of Japan, 1600–1860”, New Directions in Travel Writing Studies (Palgrave), ed. <続きを読む>
  • Robert MacIntyre (ロバート マッキンタイヤー)

    (2015). New Challenge: Speaking and Listening (S&L) Course Development for Stream 4 Students. Language Research Bulletin. Retrieved from http://lrb.info.icu.ac.jp/home/lrb-volume-30-2015. (2013). Lost in a forest all alone: the use of hedges and boosters in the argumentative essays of Japanese university students. Sophia International Review, 01-24. (2010). How do they stand? Research into the representation of stance in academic writing and its implications for pedagogy. Sophia International Review, 19-26. (2010). Pedagogy, Practice and Personal Pronouns: the Use of “I” and “We” in Academic Writing. Bulletin of the Faculty of Foreign Studies, 31-45. (2007). Revision of a criterion-referenced rating scale used to assess academic writing. Studies in Linguistics and Language Teaching, 203-219. (2007). <続きを読む>
  • Gavin Ken Furukawa

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    Higgins, C., & Furukawa, G. (in press). Contact Englishes. In P. Seargeant, A. Hewings, and S. Pihlaja (Eds.) The Routledge Handbook of English Language Studies. New York: Routledge. Furukawa, G. (in press). Stylization and language ideologies in Pidgin comedic skits. Discourse, Context and Media. Higgins, C., Furukawa, G., & Lee, H. (2017). Resemiotizing the metapragmatics of Konglish and Pidgin on YouTube. In S. Leppänen, S. Kytölä, H. Jousmäki, S. Peuronen and E.Westinen (Eds.) Discourse and Identification: Diversity and Heterogeneity in Social Media Practices. (pp. 310-334). New York: Routledge. Furukawa, G. K. (2016). ‘It hurts to hear that’: Representing the feelings of foreigners on Japanese television. In M. Prior & G. <続きを読む>
  • Christopher Isherwood (クリストファー イシャウッド) 

    主な著書 Publications Bulletin of the Faculty of Foreign Studies, Sophia University No. 50 (2015) “A Prophetic Voice? Re-reading Oe Kenzaburo’s The Pinch Runner Memorandum in “Post” 3.11 Japan” (pp. 3-27)  神奈川大学:国際経済論集 No. 48 (2014.10) 暴力に逆らって書く文学:大江健三郎の『奇妙な仕事』に逆行する意味」(pp. 117-138) 神奈川大学:国際経済論集 No. 47 (2014.3) “Writing Against Violence: Oe Kenzaburo and Edward Said” (pp.159-166) Research Writing in Japan. Senri Ethnological Reports 49: (pp. 17-28) (2004)      “Standards in Literature and Academic Writing: Comments on Literary and Academic Criticism in Japan” New Zealand Journal of Asian Studies, vol.5 Number 2、December 2003 “Beyond Boundaries: Center and Periphery Discourse in the works of Oe Kenzaburo and Witi Ihimaera”<続きを読む>
  • Susan Edwards

    ’Reading Reaction Journals to Bridge a Reading Course and a Writing Course’, with Mariko Miyajima, Bulletin of Seisen University Research Insitute for Cultural Science, Volume 30, March 2009 ‘Heeding the Calls for Accountability in Writing’, with Ken Enochs and Dr. Sandra Gillespie, ICU Language Research Bulletin, Volume 21, 2006 ‘Language Learning Strategies in Non-Formal and Informal Technology-Enhanced Contexts’, with Professor Barry Natusch, Kenkyu Kiyo, Vol. 48, Nihon University College of Economics, January 2005 ‘Individual Support in Tertiary Academic Settings’, with Mariko Miyajima, ICU Language Research Bulletin, Volume 19, 2004 ‘Integrating Media into Pedagogy: The Effect of Websites on Learning Modes’, with Professor Barry Natusch, Kenkyu Kiyo, Vol. 44, Nihon University <続きを読む>
  • Audrey Morrell

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    “Academic Reading and Writing in Stream Four: A Multi-Pronged Proposal for Change”, Jennifer Yphantides, Audrey Morrell, and David Pickles, Language Research Bulletin, ICU, Vol. 30, 2016.  “English-medium Instruction Across Majors at ICU (2008-2011): Opportunities and Constraints”, William Harshbarger, Audrey Morrell, and Timothy J. Riney, Language Research Bulletin, ICU, Vol. 26, 2011.<続きを読む>
  • 三大学交流研究発表会

    2013年11月3日に愛知県立大学(渡会環)、静岡県立大学(奈倉京子)そして上智大学(飯島真里子・小塩和人)の地域研究・国際関係の合同ゼミが四ツ谷キャンパスで開かれ、20余名の学部生が卒業論文の研究発表を行ない、相互の親睦を深める事ができました。そのときの写真です。(英語学科教授小塩和人)  <続きを読む>
  • A Blog about Blogs

    While watching the Olympics last summer I saw an interview with an American water polo player who said that he spent three hours every day exercising only the small muscles in his upper back and his shoulders. When questioned as to why he spent so much time targeting smaller muscle groups, he responded that he never knew what he was going to need in the pool. This immediately reminded me of a graduate school writing professor that would have us choose a random year from our lives and then make us list all of the things we remember. We had to do this every class. After a while, when we questioned the exercise, <続きを読む>