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BA in International Studies

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Mioko Miyama

Assistant Professor

Mioko Miyama

Biography

Mioko Miyama received her Ph.D. degree in English Linguistics from the University of Tokyo. After conducting research at University of Massachusetts, Amherst as a Fulbright Fellow in 2014-2015, she is currently a Doctoral Candidate in English Linguistics at the University of Tokyo. She has been working on Theoretical Linguistics, especially Comparative Syntax and Semantics of Nominal Expressions.

Research Interests

Theoretical Linguistics, Syntax, Semantics

Final Education

Ph.D., The University of Tokyo

Academic Papers

  • Mioko Miyama (2021) Some Aspects of Disjunction Constructions and Alternative Questions in English and Japanese. The University of Tokyo

Grants

  • (2018) EFL learners’ theories on the use of the English articles. AsiaTEFL Co-researcher
  • (2018) The Syntactic Structure and the Semantic Computation in Determiner Phrases: A Comparative Study of English and Japanese. Japan Society for the Promotion of Science Primary Researcher