RESUME

 
Work​
experience​
Surugadai University
April 2019 - March 2020
- Department of Contemporary Cultures
Linguistic Communication [Gengo Komyunikeesyonron] 

Spring 2019

This course is designed to provide undergraduate students with a general introduction to the scientific study of language.

English Studies I [Eigo Bunkaron I] 

Spring 2019

This course is designed to provide undergraduate students with English linguistics. In this semester, we will focus on phonology, phonetics, morphology, and syntax of English.

Cross-cultural communication I [Ibunkakan Komyunikeesyonron I] 

Spring 2019

This course is designed to provide undergraduate students with an opportunity in which they compare different cultures from the perspective of sociolinguistics.

Georgetown University
January 2015 - December 2018
Languages

HTML

R

Python

​Ruby

Japanese (Native)

English (Advanced)

French (Beginner - Intermediate)

German (Beginner)

Latin (Beginner)

Classic Greek (Beginner)

Classic Japanese (Intermediate)

- Department of Linguistics
Syntax (LING 427-01)

Fall 2018 (with Dr. Campos)

After a brief introduction to the philosophy and methods of generative grammar, this course examines some of the basic aspects of modern syntactic theory.

Introduction to Linguistics (LING 001-01)

Spring 2018 (with Dr. Schilling and Alexandra Pfiffner)

This course is designed to provide undergraduate students with a general introduction to the scientific study of language.

Semantics and Pragmatics I (LING 431-02)

Fall 2017 (with Dr. Herburger)

This course begins with a three-week introduction to formal tools used in semantics and pragmatics (set theory, basic logic, functions). Then, the bulk of the semester is spent on reading and discussion of original papers and overview articles covering a representative range of contemporary research in these areas.

Semantics and Pragmatics I (LING 431-01)

Fall 2017 (with Dr. Portner)

This course begins with a three-week introduction to formal tools used in semantics and pragmatics (set theory, basic logic, functions). Then, the bulk of the semester is spent on reading and discussion of original papers and overview articles covering a representative range of contemporary research in these areas.

Syntax II (LING 528-01)

Spring 2017 (with Dr. Campos)

This course is the second in a series of three courses on the syntax and is designed to provide the student with a working knowledge of the philosophy and methods of generative grammar.

Syntax (LING 427-01)

Fall 2016 (with Dr. Campos)

After a brief introduction to the philosophy and methods of generative grammar, this course examines some of the basic aspects of modern syntactic theory.

Semantics and Pragmatics (LING 531-02)

Fall 2016 (with Dr. Herburger)

This course begins with a three-week introduction to formal tools used in semantics and pragmatics (set theory, basic logic, functions). Then, the bulk of the semester is spent on reading and discussion of original papers and overview articles covering a representative range of contemporary research in these areas.

Introduction to Linguistics (LING 001-01)

Spring 2016 (with Dr. Youngah and Maddie Oakley)

This course is designed to provide undergraduate students with a general introduction to the scientific study of language.

Syntax (LING 427-01)

Fall 2015 (with Dr. Campos)

After a brief introduction to the philosophy and methods of generative grammar, this course examines some of the basic aspects of modern syntactic theory.

- Department of East Asian Languages & Cultures

Intensive Second Level Japanese II (JAPN 112-01/02 Drill Session)

Spring 2018 (with Dr. Omori)

This course is designed for students who have successfully completed First Level Japanese at Georgetown or equivalent. It aims to improve pre-intermediate students’ overall Japanese language proficiency by providing integrated training of interpretive, interpersonal, and presentational communication skills.

Intensive Second Level Japanese I (JAPN 111-01/02 Drill Session)

Fall 2017 (with Dr. Omori)

This course is designed for students who have successfully completed JAPN-111 or equivalent. The course provides integrative language training in order to improve pre-intermediate students’ interpretive, interpersonal, and presentational communication skills.

Intensive Second Level Japanese II (JAPN 012-01/02 Drill Session)

Spring 2015 (with Dr. Sato)

Designed for students with no or little knowledge of Japanese, this intensive introductory course focuses on building up a solid foundation of linguistic and cultural knowledge as well as interpersonal, interpretive, and presentational communication skills.

Intensive Second Level Japanese I (JAPN 011-01/02 Drill Session)

Fall 2014 (with Dr. Sato)

Designed for students with no or little knowledge of Japanese, this intensive introductory course focuses on building up a solid foundation of linguistic and cultural knowledge as well as interpersonal, interpretive, and presentational communication skills.

The University of Tokyo
September 2012 - February 2014
Information Science [情報科学]

Winter 2013 (with Dr. Tanaka and Naoki Masuko)

This course is designed to provide undergraduate students with fundamental programming skills using Ruby.

(https://lecture.ecc.u-tokyo.ac.jp/~ktanaka/is13/)

Information Science [情報科学]

Winter 2013 (with Dr. Nakayama)

This course is designed to provide undergraduate students with fundamental programming skills using Ruby.

(http://www.nlab.ci.i.u-tokyo.ac.jp/~nakayama/is13/index.html)

Foundation of Methodologies [方法基礎]

Winter 2013 (with Dr. Kato)

This course is designed to provide undergraduate students with fundamental programming skills in R, which are indispensable in language studies.

Foundation of Methodologies [方法基礎]

Winter 2012 (with Dr. Kato)

This course is designed to provide undergraduate students with fundamental programming skills in R, which are indispensable in language studies.

ALESS and ALESA Programs
Summer 2013 (with Dr. Katayama)

The ALESS and ALESA Programs are part of the Center for Global Communication Strategies within the College of Arts and Sciences of the University of Tokyo. Since 2008, the programs have focussed on innovative English language classes which centrally involve the active participation of students in the classroom. The mainstay of ALESS and ALESA are academic writing classes. (http://ale.c.u-tokyo.ac.jp/ale_web/)

Conference
Organizing
Committee

​Georgetown University Round Table 2019

Linguistics and Public Good

https://gurt.georgetown.edu/

Education
Georgetown University, Washington, D.C.

​2014 - present, PhD student of theoretical linguistics

The University of Tokyo, Meguro, Tokyo
Language and Information Sciences
2012 - 2014, MA (Master of Arts)
The University of Tokyo, Meguro, Tokyo
2008 - 2012, BA (Bachelor of Liberal Arts)

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