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September, 2014
Curriculum Vitae
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Kensuke Takita
Department of Humanities, Mie University
1577 Kurimamachiya-cho, Tsu, Mie
514-8507 JAPAN
takita@human.mie-u.ac.jp
Ibaraki prefecture, Japan
Japanese
Education:
Mar. 2004
B.A., Faculty of Letters, Keio University, Japan.
Mar. 2006
Aug. 2008-May 2009
Mar. 2010
Employment:
Apr. 2008-Mar. 2010
Apr. 2010-Mar. 2012
Apr. 2012-present
M.A., Graduate School of Human Relations, Keio University, Japan.
Visiting Scholar, Department of Linguistics, University of Connecticut,
Storrs, CT, USA.
Ph.D., Graduate School of Humanities, Nanzan University, Japan.
JSPS Doctoral Course Student Research Fellow (Institution: Nanzan
University).
JSPS Post-doctoral Research Fellow (Institution: Tohoku University).
Specially Appointed Associated Professor, Department of Humanities, Mie
University.
Dissertation:
Cyclic Linearization and Constraints on Movement and Ellipsis.
Committee: Mamoru Saito (chair), Keiko Murasugi, Masatake Arimoto,
Hisatsugu Kitahara
Publications:
(2006) Japanese Honorifics: Its Syntax and Morphology. M.A. thesis, Keio University.
(2007) Focus and Wh Features in Interrogative C. Nanzan Linguistics Special Issue 1, vol. 1,
129-163.
(2007) NP-internal Honorification and N’-Deletion in Japanese. Nanzan Linguistics Special Issue
(2007)
1, vol. 2, 45-67.
Wh-adverbials In-situ, Their Island-(in)sensitivity and the Role of Demonstratives in
Wh-in-situ Licensing. Nanzan Linguistics Special Issue 3, vol. 1, 107-126 (with Tomohiro
Fujii).
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Category-based Unselective Binding: Evidence from Japanese. Nanzan Linguistic Special
Issue 1, vol. 2, 91-98 (with Chisato Fuji, Yoshie Kabuto, Eriko Watanabe, and Tomohiro
Fujii).
Wh-Questions in Chinese and Japanese I: Anti-Crossing and Anti-Superiority. Nanzan
Linguistics Special Issue 1, vol. 2, 99-112 (with Chisato Fuji and Barry C.-Y. Yang).
Order in Narrow Syntax and PF: Toward a Theory of Word Order Variations. In Tetsuya
Sano, et al., (eds.) An Enterprise in the Cognitive Science of Language: A Festschrift for
Yukio Otsu (Hituzi Linguistics in English 8), Tokyo: Hituzi Shobo, 243-256.
Seisei-bunpoo-wa Eigo-igai-no Gengo-o Dou Bunseki-siteirunoka? [How does
Generative Grammar analyze languages other than English?] Gengo 37, No. 11, Tokyo:
Taishukan, 41-47.
String-Vacuous Scrambling and Cyclic Linearization. In Yukio Otsu, (ed.) The
Proceedings of the 9th Tokyo Conference on Psycholinguistics (TCP 2008), Tokyo: Hituzi
Shobo, 225-249.
An Argument for the Derivational Reformulation of the Proper Binding Condition.
Proceedings of the 4th Workshop on Altaic Formal Linguistics (WAFL4), MIT Working
papers in Linguistics 56, Cambridge, MA.: MITWPL, 291-302.
On the Variety of Movements to the vP Edge. In Yoko Yumoto and Hideki Kishimoto,
(eds.) Goi-no Imi-to Bunpoo [Meaning and Grammar of Vocabularies], Tokyo: Kuroshio,
307-329 (with Mamoru Saito).
If Chinese is Head-initial, Japanese Cannot be. Journal of East Asian Linguistics 18,
41-61.
The Proper Binding Condition Effect as a Consequence of Cyclic Linearization. NELS
38: Proceedings of the 38th Annual Meeting of the North East Linguistic Society, Amherst,
MA.: GLSA, 427-440.
Argument Ellipsis in Japanese Right Dislocation. Japanese/Korean Linguistics 18,
Stanford, CA.: CSLI Publications, 380-391.
An Argument for Argument Ellipsis from -Sika NPIs. NELS 39: Proceedings of the 39th
Annual Meeting of the North East Linguistic Society, Amherst, MA.: GLSA, 771-784.
Pseudo-right Dislocation and the Bare-topic Construction in Japanese. Nanzan Linguistics
8, 147-171.
On (Pseudo-)Right Dislocation in Japanese. Online Proceedings of GLOW in Asia
Workshop for Young Scholars,292-306. [downloadable from http://faculty.human.mie-u.ac
.jp/~glow_mie/Workshop_Proceedings/22Takita.pdf]
Voice Mismatches under Sluicing in English and Japanese. Proceedings of the 66th
Meeting of The Tohoku Branch of The English Literary Society of Japan, The English
Literary Society of Japan, 159-160.
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Some Asymmetries in Japanese N’-deletion and their Theoretical Implications. In Uli
Sauerland and Kazuko Yatsushiro (eds.), Formal Approaches to Japanese Linguistics 6
(FAJL6), Cambridge, MA.: MITWPL, 215-225 (with Nobu Goto).
On (Im)possible N’-deletion within PPs. Nanzan Linguistics 9, 215-231 (with Nobu
Goto).
VP-scrambling, Linearization Preservation, and the Theories of Control. NELS 40:
Proceedings of the 40th Annual Meeting of the North East Linguistic Society, Amherst,
MA.: GLSA, 197-210.
V-stranding Sluicing in Japanese and Its Implications. NELS 41: Proceedings of the 41st
Annual Meeting of the North East Linguistic Society, Amherst, MA.: GLSA, 247-260.
Antecedent-Contained Sluicing and Identity in Ellipsis. English Linguistics 30(2),
659-676.
(2014)
Pseudo-Right Dislocation, the Bare-Topic Construction, and Hanging Topic Constructions.
Lingua 140, 137-157.
(2014) On Multiple Wh-questions with ‘Why’ in Japanese and Chinese. In Mamoru Saito (ed.),
Japanese Syntax in Comparative Perspective, Oxford University Press, 206-227. (with
Barry C.-Y. Yang).
(2014) Comparative Remarks on Wh-Adverbials In-situ in Japanese and Chinese. In Mamoru
Saito (ed.), Japanese Syntax in Comparative Perspective, Oxford University
Press,181-205. (with Tomohiro Fujii, Barry C.-Y. Yang and Dylan W.-T. Tsai).
(to appear)
‘Genuine’ Sluicing in Japanese. Proceedings of the 45th Annual Meeting of the
Chicago Linguistic Society (CLS 45), Chicago, IL.: Chicago Linguistic Society.
(to appear)
Feature Valuation and Antisuperiority. Online Proceedings of GLOW in Asia VI (with
Barry C.-Y. Yang).
(submitted) Case-Oriented Syntactic Identity: Strengthening the Role of Case in Ellipsis.
Submitted to Lingua Special Issue “Identity in Ellipsis”.
Presentations:
(2005) Nihongo no Keigobun no Toogo Koozoo [The Syntax of Japanese Honorifics]. The 131st
Meeting of the Linguistic Society of Japan, Hiroshima University, Japan, November
2005.
(2006) Focus and Wh-feature in Interrogative C. Tsing Hua-Nanzan Joint Workshop on
Movement and Interpretation, Nanzan University, Nagoya, Japan, September 2006.
(2006)
(2006)
NP-nai deno Keigoka to NP-sakuzyo [NP-internal Honorification and NP-Deletion]. The
133rd Meeting of the Linguistic Society of Japan, Sapporo Gakuin University, Japan,
November 2006.
NP-internal Honorification and N’-Deletion. Cambridge-Nanzan-Tsing Hua Workshop on
Word Order and Functional Categories, Nanzan University, Nagoya, Japan, December
2006.
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Wh-adverbials, their Island-(in)sensitivity and the Role of Demonstratives in Wh-in-situ
Licensing. Connecticut-Siena-Nanzan Joint Workshop on Linguistic Theory and
Language Acquisition, Nanzan University, Nagoya, Japan, February 2007 (with Tomohiro
Fujii).
Chinese is Head-initial. How about Japanese? Nanzan-Tsing Hua Consortium Workshop
on Formal Syntax, National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan, March 2007.
Chinese is Head-initial. How about Japanese? Workshop on Romance-Japanese:
Comparative Syntax and Language Acquisition, Università di Siena, Italy, May 2007.
An Argument for the Derivational Reformulation of the Proper Binding Condition. The
4th Workshop on Altaic Formal Linguistics (WAFL 4), Harvard University, Cambridge,
MA, USA, May 2007.
Order in Narrow Syntax and PF. Connecticut-Nanzan Joint Workshop on Minimalist
Syntax, Nanzan University, Nagoya, Japan, June 2007.
Eigo, Nihongo, Tyugokugo-no Hukusi-teki Wh-ku-ni-tuite [On Adjunct Wh-phrases in
English, Japanese and Chinese]. The 15th Mie University Linguistics Colloquium, Mie
University, Japan, June 2007.
Proper Binding Condition Effect as a Consequence of Cyclic Linearization. The Fourth
Tsinghua-Nanzan Joint Workshop, Nanzan University, Nagoya, Japan, July 2007.
The Proper Binding Condition Effect as a Consequence of Cyclic Linearization. The 38th
Annual Meeting of the North East Linguistic Society (NELS 38), University of Ottawa,
ON, Canada, October 2007.
Three Ways to Get to the vP Edge. International Symposium of the
Cambridge-Connecticut-Hyderabad-Nanzan-Siena-Tsing Hua Consortium for Linguistics,
National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan, December 2007 (with Mamoru Saito).
A Linearization Approach to the PBC-effect and Its Consequences. GLOW in Asia VI,
Chinese University of Hong Kong, China, December 2007.
Feature Valuation and Antisuperiority. GLOW in Asia VI, Chinese University of Hong
Kong, China, December 2007 (with Barry C.-Y. Yang).
A Linearization Approach to the PBC-effect and Its Consequences. The
Nanzan-EFL-Cambridge Joint Seminar on Parametric Syntax and Acquisition, EFL
University, Hyderabad, India, January 2008.
Cyclic Linearization, the PBC-effects, and Related Issues. Siena-Tsinghua-Nanzan Joint
Workshop on Linguistic Theory and Language Acquisition, Nanzan University, Nagoya,
Japan, February 2008.
String-Vacuous Scrambling and Cyclic Linearization. The 9th Tokyo Conference on
Psycholinguistics (TCP 2008), Keio University, Tokyo, Japan, March 2008.
An Argument for Argument Ellipsis from -Sika NPIs. The 39th Annual Meeting of the
North East Linguistic Society (NELS 39), Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, USA,
November 2008.
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Argument Ellipsis in Japanese Right Dislocation. The 18th Japanese/Korean Linguistics
Conference (J/K 18), City University of New York, NY, USA, November 2008.
Concealed Argument Ellipsis in Japanese Right Dislocation. LingLunch, University of
Connecticut, Storrs, CT, USA, December 2008.
Concealed Argument Ellipsis in Japanese Right Dislocation. Harvard Linguistics Theory
Group, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, USA, December 2008.
‘Genuine’ Sluicing in Japanese. LingLunch, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, USA,
April 2009.
‘Genuine’ Sluicing in Japanese. The 45th Annual Meeting of the Chicago Linguistic
Society (CLS 45), University of Chicago, IL, USA, April 2009.
Feature Valuation and Antisuperiority. The 5th Workshop of the International Research
Project on Comparative Syntax and Language Acquisition, Nanzan University, Nagoya,
Japan, September 2009 (with Barry C.-Y. Yang).
VP-scrambling, Linearization Preservation, and the Theories of Control. The 40th Annual
Meeting of the North East Linguistic Society (NELS 40), MIT, Cambridge, MA, USA,
November 2009.
Wh-adverbials In-situ in Japanese and Mandarin Chinese. The 7th Workshop of the
International Research Project on Comparative Syntax and Language Acquisition, Nanzan
University, Nagoya, Japan, January 2010 (with Tomohiro Fujii).
On Scrambling of VP in Japanese. Ling-Talk@NTHU, National Tsing-Hua University,
Hsin-Chu, Taiwan, February 2010.
Feature Valuation and Antisuperiority. The 8th Workshop of the International Research
Project on Comparative Syntax and Language Acquisition, Nanzan University, Nagoya,
Japan, March 2010 (with Barry C.-Y. Yang).
Sluicing in Japanese Revisited. Sendai Area Circle of Linguistics (SACL), Tohoku
Gakuin University, Sendai, Japan, July 2010.
V-stranding Sluicing in Japanese and Its Implications. The 41st Annual Meeting of the
North East Linguistic Society (NELS 41), University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA,
USA, October 2010.
LF-copying in Ellipsis and the Nature of Chains. Chains in Minimalism, Yokohama
National University, Yokohama, Japan, February 2011.
On (Pseudo-)Right Dislocation in Japanese. GLOW in Asia Workshop for Young Scholars,
Mie University, Tsu, Japan, September 2011.
Pseudo-right Dislocation and the Bare-topic Constructions in Japanese. The 38th
Linguistics Colloquium, Nanzan University, Nagoya, Japan, October 2011.
Voice Mismatches under Sluicing in English and Japanese. The Symposium “Aspects of
Ellipsis Phenomena”, The 66th Meeting of The English Literary Society of Japan, Tohoku
Branch, Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan, November 2011.
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Extractions from Ellipsis Sites: A Preliminary Study. Sendai Area Circle of Linguistics
(SACL), Tohoku Gakuin University, Sendai, Japan, February 2012.
Ellipsis: Missing Links between Form and Meaning. The 34th Mie University Linguistics
Colloquium (co-hosted by Philologia), Mie University, Tsu, Japan, May 2012.
On XP/X0-asymmetries in Extractions from Ellipsis Sites. The 15th Workshop of the
International Research Project on Comparative Syntax and Language Acquisition, Nanzan
University, Nagoya, Japan, July 2012.
Some Asymmetries in Japanese N’-deletion and their Theoretical Implications. Formal
Approaches to Japanese Linguistics 6 (FAJL 6), ZAS, Berlin, Germany, September 2012
(with Nobu Goto).
Voice-Mismatches under Antecedent-Contained Sluicing. Workshop "Deletion
Phenomena in the Minimalist Program," The 3oth Annual Meeting of The English
Linguistic Society of Japan, Keio University, Japan, November 2012.
Riyuu-fukushirui no Seisei-ichi to Kontororu-setsu no Syuusyoku [Base-position of
Reason Adjuncts and Modification of Control Clauses]. The 145th Meeting of the
Linguistic Society of Japan, Kyushu University, Japan, November 2012 (with Tomohiro
Fujii).
Identity in Ellipsis: A View from Antecedent-Contained Sluicing. The 18th Workshop of
the International Research Project on Comparative Syntax and Language Acquisition,
Nanzan University, Nagoya, Japan, March 2013.
Limited Syntactic Identity in Antecedent-Contained Sluicing. The 23rd Colloquium on
Generative Grammar, Universidad Complutense, Madrid, Spain, May 2013.
Extraction Out of Argument Ellipsis and Temporal Adverbial Clauses. Comparative
Syntax and Language Acquisition (CSLA) #2, Nanzan University, Nagoya, Japan, August
2013.
Strengthening the Role of Case in Ellipsis. Identity in Ellipsis Conference, Leiden
University, Netherlands, September 2013.
Twin Peaks at the Phase Edge. Workshop "Foundational Issues in Phase Theory," The
31st Annual Meeting of The English Linguistic Society of Japan, Fukuoka University,
Japan, November 2013.
Phrase Structure Properties and Transfer/Spell-Out. Keio Linguistics Colloquium, Keio
University, Mita, Japan, January 2014.
Case-Markers and Postpositions in Japanese: A View from Ellipsis. Lexicon Festa,
NINJAL (National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics), Tachikawa, Tokyo,
Japan, February 2014 (with Nobu Goto).
Labeling through Spell-Out. GLOW in Asia X, National Tsing-Hua University, Hsin-Chu,
Taiwan, May 2014 (with Nobu Goto, Yoshiyuki Shibata).
Academic Services:
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2008-2013
Ad hoc reviewer for Journal of East Asian Linguistics.
2012-present
2012-present
2014-present
Ad hoc reviewer for Lingua.
Affiliated researcher, Center for Linguistics, Nanzan University.
Editorial board member for Journal of East Asian Linguistics.
Grants and Awards:
May 2006
Theoretical Linguistics Prize, Tokyo Institute for Advanced Studies of
Language.
Dec. 2007
Student Travel Grant for GLOW in Asia VI, Chinese University of Hong
Kong.
Apr. 2008-Mar. 2010 Japan Society for the Promotion of Science Research Fellowship for Young
Scientists (#20-6511).
Apr. 2008-Mar. 2010
Apr. 2010-Mar. 2012
Apr. 2010-Mar. 2012
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science Grants-in-Aid for Scientific
Research (#20-6511).
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science Research Fellowship for Young
Scientists (#22-7194).
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science Grants-in-Aid for Scientific
Research (#22-7194).
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