Satoshi UEHARA Professor
|Fields||Congnitive Linguistics, Linguistic Typology, Japanese Language Education|
I earned a Ph.D. in linguistics from the University of Michigan in the U.S. I was engaged in Japanese language education at universities in the U.S. for a total of nine years, including my time as a teaching assistant before the completion of my doctorate. Since I started working at Tohoku University, I have been in charge of Japanese language education for international students at the university as well as linguistics studies and education contributing to language education at the graduate school level. During this time, I have also served as a visiting researcher at Harvard University in the U.S. and as a visiting professor at Chulalongkorn University in Thailand.
-Typological Studies on Languages in Thailand and Japan. Hituzi Syobo Publishing, 2012. (共編著)
-『アジアにおける日本語教育：「外国語としての日本語」修士課程設立一周年セミナー論文集』チュラロンコン大学, 2009. (編)
-『音韻・形態のメカニズム－認知音韻・形態論のアプローチ』（講座認知言語学のフロンティア第１巻）研究社, 2007. (共著)
-Syntactic Categories in Japanese: A Cognitive and Typological Introduction. Kurosio Publishers, 1998.