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Harvard studies in Korean linguistics.

Harvard studies in Korean linguistics.

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Published by Department of Linguistics, Harvard University in Cambridge (Mass.) .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by Susumu Kuno [et al.].
ContributionsKuno, Susumu, 1933-, Harvard University. Department of Linguistics., Harvard Workshop on Korean Linguistics, (4th : 1991 : Harvard)
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14392509M

Harvard International Studies of Korean Linguistics (ISOKL) , “Linguistic Structures of Korean.” In Korean Language in Culture and Society, ed. Ho-min Sohn, Honolulu, University of Hawaii Press, “Linguistics and Language Teaching: Connection and Challenge.”.   In Susumu Kuno (ed.), Harvard Studies in Korean Linguistics V. Cambridge, MA: Department of Linguistics, Harvard University, pp. – Kim, Young-Hee Kyepcwuelon ‘On multiple subject constructions’.Pages:

  In I.-H. Lee et al. eds., Harvard Studies in Korean Linguist , Seoul, Korea: Hanshin Publishing Company. Children's Sensitivity to Adjunct Islands inside There-Sentences. In B. Beachley et al. eds., Proceedings of the 27th Boston University Conference on Language Development, Korean Studies, vol. 2, , p. Book Contributions. Kim, Chin Woo. "Globalization of Korean: transplant or implant?" Korea in the Global Community: Past, Present, and Future, edited by Eui Hang Shin. University of South Carolina, , p. Kang, Seok-Keun, and Chin Woo Kim. "A Moraic Account of Consonant Cluster Simplification.

Jungwon Kim-Jungwon Kim (Ph.D., Harvard) is King Sejong Assistant Professor of Korean Studies in the Humanities in the Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures. She specializes in gender, family, and legal history of Chosŏn Korea (). Her broad research interests include women’s writings, ritual and expression of emotion, crime and punishment, and the use of legal archives. Ross King earned his B.A. in Linguistics and Political Science from Yale College and his M.A. and Ph.D. from Harvard in Linguistics. Currently he serves as Professor of Korean and Head of Department in the Department of Asian Studies at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada.


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