- L503 Survey of Linguistics
- L543 Syntactic Analysis
- L490/590 Linguistic Structure of Japanese
- L643 Advanced Syntax
DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS SUPERVISED
Yuyin Hsu (2013: Defended)
The Interaction of the Information Structure and the Syntactic
Representation in Chinese, Indiana University.
Junghyoe Yoon (2012)
Case Drop in Korean - Its Empirical and Theoretical Investigation, Indiana
Dr. Yoon is currently a Lecturer at Korea University in Korea.
Ock-Hwan Kim (2012)
The Syntax of Inaudible Noun Phrases in Korean, Indiana University.
Dr. Kim is currently an International College Coordinator for the Korean Ministry of Education, Science and Technology.
Focalizing ser ('to be') in Colombian Spanish, Indiana University.
Dr. Méndez Vallejo is currently a Visiting Assistant Professor, College of William and Mary.
The Anatomy of Quantifier Scope Interaction, Indiana University.
Dr. Deguchi is currently an Associate Professor of Japanese at Western Washington University.
Ae-Ryung Kim (2000)
A Derivational Quantification of "WH-Phrase", Indiana University.
Dr. Kim is currently an Associate professor and Department Chair at the Department of English Education, Kyungnam University in Korea.
On the Structural and Interpretive Aspects of the Head-Internal and Head- External Relatives Clauses, University of Rochester
Dr. Hoshi is currently a Professor of English at Keio University in Japan.
A Study of the Passive Construction in Mandarin Chinese, University of Rochester.
Dr. Ting is currently a Professor of English and Linguistics at National Normal University in Taiwan.
On the Nature of Modification: A Study of Floating Quantifiers and Related Constructions, University of Rochester.
Dr. Fujita is currently a Professor of English at Kinki University in Osaka, Japan.