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李文超

性别:女
职称:讲师(高校)
单位:外国语言文化与国际交流学院

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Academic position

Zhejiang University, Department of Japanese Studies, Lecturer, August 2012 –

Reviewer: International Journal of English Linguistics

 

Education

2009.4-2010.9 & 2011.10-2012.9:

       Ph.D. in Linguistics, Tohoku University (Japan)

2010.10-2011.9:

       M.St. in Japanese Studies (linguistic track), Oxford University

2007.4-2009.3:

       M.Phil. in Linguistics, Tohoku University (Japan)

Wenchao Li is Lecturer of Japanese Linguistics at the University of Zhejiang. She received her M.Phil. and PhD in Linguistics at the University of Tohoku (Japan). She also holds a M.St. in Japanese Studies (linguistic track) from the University of Oxford (College: Hertford). At Oxford, she was supervised by Professor Bjarke Frellesvig and taught by Professor Mary Dalrymple. Her main research interests are in lexical semantics, especially the syntax-semantics interface and the morphology-syntax interface including word formation.

 

Publications

Book (sole-authored)

(1). A typological study of adjective distribution: a scale structure view.

   LINCOM EUROPA: Munich, 2017.

(2). Lexicalisation patterns in Japanese and Chinese: a synchronic and a diachronic perspective.

   LINCOM EUROPA: Munich, 2012.

 Research Articles (reviewed) 

(1)    A distributed morphology-based study on verb derivation in Japanese. International Journal of Linguistics 9. 5. 2017.

(2)    Revisit adjective distribution in Chinese. [under review]

(3)    Grammaticalisation and lexicalisation of the Chinese verb duàn. [under review].

(4)    Multi-verb constructions in Old Chinese and Middle Chinese: From verb serialising to verb compounding. To appear in Asia-Pacific language variations 4.1. 2018.

(5)On middle constructions in Japanese. 2017. International Journal of English Linguistics.

Vol. 7, No. 6, 2017.

(6)    Adjective distribution in Mongolian and Japanese. Linguistics and Literature Studies 5(3), 2017. pp. 149-159.

(7)    Towards a morph-syntactic typology of split intransitivity. Linguistics and Literature Studies 4(5), 2016. pp. 355-361.

(8)    Associations between a multidialectal environment and pre-linguistic language development. British Journal of Psychology Research. Vol. 4, No. 2, 2016, pp. 15-33.

(9)    Adjective distribution in Modern Mongolian. Acta Linguistica Asiatica 6(2), 2016, pp. 15-33. 9-

   22.

(10) Direct perception expression in Japanese and Chinese. International Journal of Linguistics. Vol. 8, No. 5. 2016.

(11) Old Chinese as an inflectional language: with evidence from the personal pronoun system.

   International Journal of Linguistics. Vol. 8, No. 3, 2016, pp. 126-168.

(12) A Morpho-phonological study on Jin Hua dialect. Global Journal of Arts, Humanities and

Social Sciences. Vol.4, No.8, 2016, pp.32-43.

(13) A Scale Structure View of Resultatives in Japanese, Chinese and German. International Journal of Linguistics. Vol. 8, No. 5, 2015, pp. 1-19.

(14) On the syntax of anticausativisation and decausativisation in Japanese and Chinese.

Journal of Advances in Linguistics. Vol .5 No 3. 2015, pp. 805-822.

(15) Lexicalisation in Japanese, Chinese and German: a focus upon scalarity.

Theory and Practice in Language Studies, Vol. 5, No. 2, 2015, pp. 318-329.

(16) A comparison of verb compounding in Old Japanese and Classical Chinese. International Journal of Linguistics. Vol. 7, No. 1. 2015, pp. 149-168.

(17) On the formation of verb compound in Early Middle Japanese. Acta Linguistica Asiatica, Vol. 3, No. 2, 2013.

(18) Lexicalisation patterns of complex-predicate constructions in Japanese. International Journal

    of Linguistics, Vol. 5, No. 4, 2013, pp. 178-187.

(19) A Comparison of Event Framing in Japanese and Chinese.

     International Journal of Linguistics. Vol. 3, No. 1, 2011, pp. 1-15.

(20) A Comparison of Event Framing in Old Chinese and Old Japanese. Acta Linguistica

   Asiatica. Vol. 1, No. 2, 2011, pp. 57-72.

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