Yoko Hasegawa, Professor, received her Ph.D. in Linguistics from UC Berkeley in 1992. She teaches Japanese Linguistics and serves as Coordinator of the Japanese Language Program. Her publications include Japanese: A Linguistic Introduction (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming), The Routledge Course in Japanese Translation (Routledge, 2011), Soliloquy in Japanese and English (John Benjamins, 2010), Nihongo kara mita nihonjin: Shutaisei no gengogaku (with Y. Hirose, Kaitakusha, 2010), Elementary Japanese (with W. Kambara, N. Komatsu, Y. Konno Baker, K. Nonaka, C. Shibahara, M. Tomizuka, K. Yamaguchi, Tuttle, 2005-2006), and A Study of Clause Linkage: The Connective -TE in Japanese (CSLI, Stanford University & Kurosio Publishers, 1996).
Research Expertise and Interest
pragmatics, syntax, acoustic phonetics, semantics, sociolinguistics of Japanese, cognitive linguistics