Linguistics & language learning

Dr Mark Gibeau

(School of Culture, History & Language)

Modern and contemporary Japanese literature; the problem of subjectivity in the Japanese postwar literary left; literary translation; translation theory; Okinawan fiction

Associate Professor Carol Hayes

(School of Culture, History & Language)

Japanese language; Taisho poet Hagiwara Sakutaro and the ‘modernist’ movement in Japan; Japanese postwar literature and film.

Dr Peter Hendriks

(School of Culture, History & Language)

The history of Japanese language and dialects; historical Syntax and morphology; acquisition of Japanese as a second language

Mr Shun Ikeda

(School of Culture, History and Language)

Japanese language, education, culture and society; comparative education in Asia, and socio-linguistics (language policy and planning)

Associate Professor Shunichi Ishihara

(School of Culture, History & Language)

Forensic voice/text comparison; speech science and technology; natural language processing; computational linguistics; intonational modelling; Japanese language and dialects; Japanese applied linguistics; CALL

Dr Yuko Kinoshita

(School of Culture, History & Language)

Forensic voice comparison, Linguistics and acoustic phonetics, Japanese language education, Language teaching as cultural education, Likelihood-ratio based evidence analysis and presentation, Education for the Asian Century.

Associate Professor Duck-Young Lee

(School of Culture, History & Language)

Japanese-Korean linguistics; discourse analysis; unique features of spoken language; Japanese language and education; language and culture in Korean diaspora in Australia

Dr Naomi Ogi

(School of Culture, History & Language)

Pragmatics, Spoken discourse, Interrelationship between language and gender, Culture-language interface in Japanese language education, Contrastive Study between Japanese and Korean.

PhD Students

Rina Kikuchi

(School of Culture, History & Languages)

Women’s Poetry of the early Showa Japan: artistic and stylistic challenges of the doubly marginalized poet, Sagawa Chika (Chair of panel: Dr Carol Hayes)

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