The aim of this research is to examine the use of Korean -nikka/-nuntay and Japanese -tte in spoken discourse. These markers have mainly been treated as quotation markers which convey thoughts or locutions of oneself or others (Lee, 2005; Jorden, 1962).
The New Relationship between Zainichi Koreans and 'the Homeland': Through the Journeys of the former Zainichi 'Chosen Nationals' living in Korea
Professor Han's research has focused on the culture of the Korean community in Japan [Zainichi Koreans], and particularly on the transmission of dance traditions in the community.
About the Speaker Dr Ueda will speak in Japanese. English interpretation will be provided.
The Japanese Studies Graduate Summer School (JSGSS) and conference is a 3-day long program of intensive research activities designed to bring together PhD, research masters and, where possible, potential Honours students and young Japan researchers from around Australia.