(Last updated : 2022-08-02 16:45:37)
  SHIBASAKI Reijirou
   Department   Undergraduate School  , School of Interdisciplinary Mathematical Sciences
   Position   Professor
■ Books and Papers
1. 2022 Article "Formulaicity and formulaic expressions in Japanese: An introduction" Journal of Japanese Linguistics  (Single) 
2. 2022/07 Article Review of Nevalainen,Terttu, Minna Palander-Collin and Tanja Säily(eds.)Patterns of Change in 18th-Century English: A Sociolinguistic Approach, Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 2018, xi + 311. Studies in Modern English pp.71-79 (Single) 
3. 2022 Book Formulaic language in the history of English   (Collaboration) 
4. 2021/11 Article "Discourse markers in the making: Pragmatic differentiation of jijitsujoo from jijitsu in Modern through Present Day Japanese" East Asian Pragmatics 6(3),pp.303-329 (Single)  Link
5. 2021/11 Article "Grammaticalisation of Discourse Markers in East Asian Languages: Introduction" East Asian Pragmatics 6(3),pp.271-281 (Collaboration)  Link
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■ Conference Presentations
1. 2023/07 PANEL: Discourse-Pragmatic Markers of Chinese Origin in East Asian Languages (The 18th International Pragmatics Conference (IPrA18, Brussel, 2023)) Link
2. 2022/08 "Diachronic aspects of what matters is in American English and issues concerning grammaticalization" (2022 Seoul International Conference on Linguistics (SICOL-2022)) Link
3. 2022/03 "Some thoughts on formulaic expression studies for the future" (“Symposium on Formulaicity in Interactional Discourse 2022” (ONLINE) Afternoon session with project members’ research reports (Language: Japanese))
4. 2021/08 "Survival of the fittest? The cases of bestest and worstest in Late Modern through Present-day English" (Symposium at the 38th annual meeting of Modern English Association zoom conference)
5. 2021/08 "How the peripheral survived the age of standardization: Three diachronic cases in the history of English: An introduction" (Symposium at the the 38th annual meeting of Modern English Association zoom conference)
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■ Academic Qualifications
1. 〔Doctoral course〕, University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB), Completed, Ph.D. in Linguistics
2. Graduate School, Division of Letters, Rikkyo University, Completed, Master of Arts (summa cum laude)
3. Faculty of Literature, Rikkyo University, Graduated, Bachelor of Arts (salutatorian)
■ Teaching Activities
● Textbook and Other Teaching Materials of your own
1. 2019/07 A complete translation of Language Change (Joan Bybee, Cambridge UP, 2015), Kaitakusya, Japan Link
2. 2009/01 Language and Culture at the Crossroads: Case Studies from Okinawa Link
■ Major Subjects
English I A/I B, English II A/II B, English III A/III B (Presentation), English Test Preparation (TOEIC)
■ Academic Associations Membership
1. The English Linguistic Society of Japan
2. 2014/12~2017/11 ∟ Member of the conference organizing committee
3. 2015/12~2016/04 ∟ Vice-Chair of ELSJ Spring Forum 2017
4. 2016/05~2017/04 ∟ Chair of ELSJ Spring Forum 2017
5. International Pragmatics Association (IPrA)
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■ Social Activities
1. 2022/03 Lectures on tips for international presentations and publications: With a focus on Grammar (JASS) Link
2. 2021/12 Talk on tips for successful presentations and publications internationally (The Pragmatics Society of Japan) Link
3. 2021/05 "Thoughts on formulaic expressions in English in a cross-linguistic perspective" (Invited talk)
4. 2020/11 "New Trends in Pragmatics (3): Historical Linguistics, Language Usage, and Conversational Analysis"
5. 2019/12 Announcement of New Book: Corpus and the History of the English Language (The Hituzi Companion to English Corpus Studies Volume 6)
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■ Research Topics, Consignment Studies & KAKENHI Researches
1. 2022/04~  'Toward a constructional view of the co-evolution of formulaic expressions and discourse structure: A case from the history of English'  (Key Word : )
2. 2019/04~  The discourse-basis of anacoluthonic constructions in the history of English: Constructionalization across time and space (19K00693)  (Key Word : )
3. 2017/04~  "Formulaicity in everyday interaction: On the model construction of linguistic structures based on spoken language" (provisional)  (Key Word : )
4. 2019/04~2021/03  Basic research on grammaticalization in Japanese and neighboring languages  (Key Word : )
5. 2016/04~2019/03  "Diachronic aspects of projector constructions in English: Empirical studies from the perspective of constructionalization "  (Key Word : )
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■ Committees and Associations
1. 2011 Cahiers de Linguistique - Asie Orientale Refereeing Service
2. 2014/04~2018/03 The Modern English Association Member of editorial board
3. 2014/12~2017/12 The English Linguistic Society of Japan (ELSJ) The Conference Organizing Committee
4. 2015/10~2016/09 The Japanese Cognitive Linguistics Association The Organizing Committee (Chair at Host University)
5. 2015/12~2016/04 The English Linguistic Society of Japan (ELSJ) Vice-chair of the International spring Forum 2016
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■ Award History
1. 2015/11 The English Linguistic Society of Japan The English Linguistics Research Paper Award Link
2. 2015/03 The English Linguistic Society of Japan EL Article Award Link
3. 2010/05 The Modern English Association Research Paper Award Link
■ Current Specialized Field
Aesthetics and art studies (Key Word:Historical Linguistics, Discourse Studies, Typology, Grammaticalization, Historical Pragmatics, Sociolinguistics, The History of English, Japanese Linguistics, Asian Languages) 
■ Courses and Lectures taught or delivered in the past
1. English IA/B (conducted in English, online/offline)(Meiji University School of Interdisciplinary Mathematical Sciences)
2. English II A/B (conducted in English, online/offline)(Meiji University School of Interdisciplinary Mathematical Sciences)
3. English III A/B (Presentation skills, conducted in English, online/offline)(Meiji University School of Interdisciplinary Mathematical Sciences)
4. English Test Preparation (TOEIC), Online/Offline(Meiji University School of Interdisciplinary Mathematical Sciences)
5. Linguistics (conducted in English)(Meiji University School of Interdisciplinary Mathematical Sciences)
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