(Last updated : 2021-08-14 14:17:56)
  Zushi Mihoko
   Kanagawa University  Cross-Cultural and Japanese Studies Department of Cross-Cultural Studies
   Kanagawa University Graduate School  Graduate School of Foreign Languages
   Professor
■ Academic conference presentation
1. 2014 An On-going Research: The Linguistic/Theoretical Background (CREST Workshop)
2. 2012/11/11 Merge and Search (The 30th International Meeting of the English Linguistic Society of Japan)
3. 2005 Movement from and within Noun Phrases (The Third International Conference on Formal Linguistics)
4. 1997 Complex Predicates and Word Order (Formal Approaches to Japanese Linguistics)
5. 1994 A Minimalist Account of Restructuring (The 24th Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages)
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■ Book and Papers
1. Papers Merge-Generability as the Key Concept of Human Language: Evidence from Neuroscience  (Collaboration)  2019
2. Papers Case and predicate-argument relations  (Single)  2016
3. Papers On the primitive operations of syntax  (Collaboration)  2016
4. Papers Case and Merge  (Single)  2014
5. Papers Generalized Search and Cyclic Derivation by Phase: A Preliminary Study  (Collaboration)  2014
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■ Lecturer and lecture
1. 2007 Restructuring in Japanese and Elsewhere (State University of New York, Stony Brook)
■ Committee and society
1. 2017/10~ The English Linguistic Society of Japan Editorial Board Member for English Linguistics
2. 2000~2016 Lingua Editorial Board Member for Lingua
■ Present specialized field
Theoretical Linguistics