Mitsuaki Shimojo

PhD

Mitsuaki Shimojo.

Mitsuaki Shimojo

PhD

Mitsuaki Shimojo

PhD

Director of Undergraduate Studies for Asian Studies
Director of Japanese Program
Associate Professor

Specialties

Japanese linguistics, Syntax, and Discourse

Contact Information

640 Baldy Hall

Phone: (716) 645-0131

shimojo@buffalo.edu

Education

  • PhD, University at Buffalo

Selected Publications

  • Lee, EunHee, and Mitsuaki Shimojo (2016) “Mismatch of topic between Japanese and Korean”. Journal of East Asian Linguistics, 25(1), 81-112.
  • Shimojo, Mitsuaki (2016) “Saliency in discourse and sentence form: zero anaphora and topicalization in Japanese”. In M. M. Jocelyne Fernandez-Vest and Robert Van Valin Jr. (eds.), Information Structure and Spoken Language in a Cross-Linguistic Perspective. Mouton de Gruyter, 55-75.
  • Shimojo, Mitsuaki (2015) “Discourse representation and argument linking: an analysis of zero anaphora and topicalization in Japanese narratives”. In Osamu Hieda (ed.), Information Structure and Nilotic Languages: Studies in Nilotic Linguistics Vol. 10, Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, 1-17.
  • Shimojo, Mitsuaki (2014) “Nihongo kakikotoba niokeru rentaishuushokusetsu: higenteitekiyoohoo no danwateki goitekiyooso no koosatsu (Some discourse and lexical aspects of non-restrictive relative clauses in written Japanese)”. The Proceedings of CAJLE 2014: The Annual Conference of the Canadian Association for Japanese Language Education, 123-132.