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Hakuho Japanese Language Research Fellowship Program

Current Invitees

List of Invitees to the 10th Hakuho Foundation Fellowship

A total of 14 researchers from 11 countries have been invited to participate in the 10th Hakuho Foundation Japanese Research Fellowship: 7 in the Japanese language and Japanese language education research category and 7 in the Japanese literature and Japanese culture research category.

Research fields: Japanese language and Japanese language education research

Invitee HORN Stephen Wright (UK)
Department Lecturer, Faculty of Oriental Studies, University of Oxford
Research Subject Grammatical Analysis for a Diachronic Corpus of Pre-modern Japanese with an Orientation to Linguistic Research
Duration Long-Term
Sep 1, 2015–Aug 31, 2016
Receiving Organization National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics
Invitee KAEWKITSADANG Patcharaporn (Thailand)
Assistant Professor, Department of Japanese, Faculty of Liberal Arts, Thammasat University
Research Subject An Investigative Study of Communicative Can-do Based Japanese Language Education and Japanese Language Textbooks: A Feasibility for Application to Create Japanese Language Textbooks for Undergraduate Students in Thailand
Duration Long-Term
Sep 1, 2015–Aug 31, 2016
Receiving Organization Tokyo University of Foreign Studies
Invitee KANASUGI Petra (Czech Republic)
Assistant Professor, Japanese Studies, Department of East Asian Studies, Philosophic Faculty, Charles University in Prague
Research Subject Determinative attribute – comparison of means and conceptualizations in Czech and Japanese
Duration
Long-Term
Sep 1, 2015–Aug 31, 2016
Receiving Organization Ochanomizu University
Invitee NGUYEN Bich Ha Thi (Vietnam)
Head of Linguistic Department, Japanese Faculty, Foreign Trade University
Research Subject Japanese-Language Education for Writing Academic Papers: Cultural Characteristics of the Vietnamese for choosing Sentence Style and Vocabulary
Duration Short-Term Round 2
Mar 1, 2016–Aug 31, 2016
Receiving Organization National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics
Invitee TOMITA Naoko (Germany)
Contract Lecturer, Institute of German as a Foreign Language Philology, Heidelberg University
Research Subject A Japanese-German Contrastive study of information structure in discourse – a psycholinguistic proposal for teaching conversation to advanced learners
Duration
Short-Term Round 1
Sep 1, 2015–Feb 29, 2016
Receiving Organization Ochanomizu University
Invitee TSURUTANI Chiharu (Australia)
Senior Lecturer, Griffith University
Research Subject Prosodic characteristics in polite utterances by native and non-native speakers of Japanese
Duration Short-Term Round 1
Sep 1, 2015–Feb 18, 2016
Receiving Organization National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics
Invitee VASSILEVA Magdalena Nikolova (Bulgaria)
Senior Assistant Professor, "St. Cyril and St. Methodius", University of Veliko Tarnovo
Research Subject A Survey on Holistic Japanese Language And Culture Education With Regard To Methodology and Practice - A Manual for Bulgarian Japanese Language Instructors
Duration
Short-Term Round 2
Mar 1, 2016–Aug 31, 2016
Receiving Organization Waseda University

Research fields: Japanese literature and Japanese culture research

Invitee CASARI Matteo (Italy)
Assistant Professor, Department of the Arts, University of Bologna
Research Subject Actors in change: experiments and new proposal in traditional theatrical performers
Duration
Short-Term Round 2
Mar 1, 2016–Aug 31, 2016
Receiving Organization Ritsumeikan University
Invitee FREDERICK Sarah Anne (USA)
Assistant Professor, Boston University
Research Subject Mapping Kyoto: Digital Visualization of Kawabata Yasunari’s Old Capital
Duration
Short-Term Round 2
Mar 1, 2016–Aug 31, 2016
Receiving Organization Ritsumeikan University
Invitee GROSSMANN Eike Ursula (Germany)
Assistant Professor, Department of Japanese Language and Culture, Asia-Africa-Institute, Faculty of Humanities, Hamburg University
Research Subject Concepts of Childhood in Classical Japanese Theatre with a Focus on Noh
Duration
Long-Term
Sep 1, 2015–Aug 31, 2016
Receiving Organization Waseda University
Invitee HOLMBERG Ryan Eric (India)
Academic Associate, Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures (UK)
Research Subject Gekiga Pops: The Interaction of Art and Mass Culture in Postwar Japanese Comics
Duration
Long-Term
Sep 1, 2015–Aug 31, 2016
Receiving Organization Waseda University
Invitee LALY Cecile (France)
Post-Doctor, CREOPS, Paris Sorbonne University
Research Subject Flying octopus stories
Duration
Long-Term
Sep 1, 2015–Aug 31, 2016
Receiving Organization International Research Center for Japanese Studies
Invitee NGUYEN Lan Anh Thi (Vietnam)
Vice-Dean, Japanese Literature and Cultural Section, Department of Japanese Studies, Hanoi University
Research Subject Japanese Culture and Society Studies for Vietnamese Students
Duration
Short-Term Round 2
Mar 1, 2016–Aug 31, 2016
Receiving Organization International Research Center for Japanese Studies
Invitee REDDY Sreedevi (India)
Associate Professor Adjunct Faculty, CMR Group of Institutions and CMR University
Research Subject Modernity,Pacifism,and War Cooperation In Hasegawa Shigure
Duration
Long-Term
Sep 1, 2015–Aug 31, 2016
Receiving Organization Kyoto University
*Invitee titles current at time of selection of Fellows.

Contact

Hakuho Foundation Japanese Research Fellowship Secretariat
Tel: +81 3 6435 8140 / Fax: +81 3 6435 8790
E-mail: ip-office@hakuhofoundation-ip.jp

Note: The Hakuho Foundation Japanese Research Fellowship was previously known as the Hakuho Japanese Language Research Fellowship Program.