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M.A. THESES. LITERATURE. Chinese. Chen, Peng-Hsin. 2005. “Re-imaging History: A Reading of Li Ang’s ‘The Labyrinthine Garden’ and Chu Tien-hsin’s ‘The ...
M.A. THESES

LITERATURE

Chinese

Chen, Peng-Hsin. 2005. “Re-imaging History: A Reading of Li Ang’s ‘The Labyrinthine Garden’ and Chu Tien-hsin’s ‘The Ancient Capital’” (95pp). [Ming-Bao Yue, David McCraw, Giovanni Vitiello]

Cheong, Karen K. 1997. “Invisible Urban Heroes: A Reading of Xixi's Novel My City.” [67 pp.] (Ming Bao Yue, Chair)

Chong, Lily P.H. (Winters). 1950. “The Novels of the Yuan and Ming Dynasties: A Translation of Lu Hsün's 'A Short History of Chinese Novels.'” [127 pp.]

How, Choong-lan. 1979. “Chinese Woman Writer Bing Xin: life and writings” [277 pp.] (Russell McLeod, Chair)

Kowalis, Jon. 1978. “An Annotated English Translation of Lu Xun's Classical Chinese Poetry” (Chin-tang Lo, Chair)

*Kozlowski, Richard E. 1993. “An Exploration into the Contextual Discrepancies of Shui hu zhuan” [146 pp.] (Yau-woon Ma, Chair; Ying- che Li, David McCraw)

*Kwon, Hyuk-Chan. 1999. Feng Menglong's Re-Creation of 'Du Shiniang Sinks the Jewel Box in Anger' and His Treatment of Qing” [57 pp.] (David McCraw, Chin-tang Lo, Giovanni Vitiello)

Li, Yanfeng. 1999. “Tracing the Didactic in the Anomalous: The Pre-Tang Chinese Animal Folk Stories in Shanhaijing and Soushenji” (David McCraw, Chin-tang Lo, Giovanni Vitiello)

Munro, Stanley Robert. 1965. “Some Satirical Elements in the Works of Lao She” [124 pp.] (Lily Winters, Chair)

*Smith, Curtis D. 1991. “A Translation and Commentary on the Second Chapter of the Chuang Tzu” [147 pp.] (Chin-tang Lo, Chair; Ying-che Li, Michael Saso)

Smith, Jonathan M. 2006. “Sound Symbolism in the Book of Songs” [David McCraw, Alexander Vovin, Benjamin Bergen (Ling)]

Whitaker, Hope. 1967. “A Comparison of Tsung Ping's Essay on Landscape Painting and Liu Hsieh's Wen Hsin Tiao Lung" [120 pp.] (Lily Winters, Chair)

Wun, Kipiu. 1977. “The Orphan of Zhao” [82 pp.] (Chin-tang Lo, Chair)

Japanese

Aitken, Robert B. 1950. “Bashô's Haiku and Zen.” [96 pp.]

Baskind, James M. 1999. “Utamakura of Michinoku: Poetic Excursions through Time and Space” (Robert Huey, Mildred Tahara, Arthur Thornhill)

*Childs, Iraphne. 1979. “A Study of Miyazawa Kenji's Prose Fiction with Particular Reference to Kaze no Matasaburo” [90 pp.] (Valdo Viglielmo, Chair; James T. Araki, Mildred M. Tahara)

Creamer, John D. 1999. “Fujiwara Teika's Poetic Allusions to The Tale of Genji and the Development of Komparu Zenchiku's Style” (Arthur Thornhill, Robert Huey, Mildred Tahara) *Dutcher, David. 1976. “Tsuchi and the Early Artistic Development of Nagatsuka Takashi” [118 pp.] (Hiroko Ikeda, Chair; James T. Araki, Valdo H. Viglielmo)

*Ericson, Joan E. 1981. “Nagai Kafû's Furansu Monogatari: In Praise of France” [116 pp.] (Valdo H. Viglielmo, Chair; James T. Araki, Peter H. Lee)

Fredrick, Janet Louise. l966. “Modern Innovations in the Noh” [134 pp.] (Kenneth Yasuda, Chair)

Fujii, Tomoko. 1990. “Woman's Life under the Polygamous Marriage System: A study of Kagero Nikki, a tenth century diary by the Mother of Michitsuna” [150 pp.] (Gerald B. Mathias, Chair)

*Fujimoto, Julie. 1997. “A Comparative Look at the Retelling of Two Traditional Tales: 'Urashima Taro' and 'Thomas the Rhymer'.” [153 pp.] (Nobuko M. Ochner, Chair; Joel Cohn, Steven Curry, English)

Fujioka, Norito. 1952. “A Study of Ancient Japanese Sounds: A Translation of Sinkiti Hasimoto's Kodai Kokugo no Onin ni Tuite" [126 pp.] (Chair)

Funatsu, Jean Akemi. 1967. “Ito Sei's Machi to Mura: A Stream of Consciousness Novel in Modern Japanese Fiction” [224 pp.] (Valdo H. Viglielmo, Chair)

*Gibeau, Mark L. 1996. “Transforming Self and Society: Surrealism, Marxism and Their Integration in the Early Works of Abe Kôbo” [167 pp.] (Valdo H. Viglielmo, Chair; Joel Cohn, Lucy Lower)

Hisamoto, Mayumi. 2002. – “Machiko: Nogami Yaeko’s Perspective on Self- Realization and Marriage” [Lucy Lower, Joel R. Cohn, Nobuko M. Ochner]

Ikegami, Pamela. 1994. “Nakatsukasa Naishi Nikki: Literary Conventions in the Memoirs of a Thirteenth Century Court Lady” [134 pp.] (Robert N. Huey, Chair)

*Keith, Elizabeth M. 2002. “Kaneko Misuzu and the Development of Children’s Literature” [104 pp] (Joel Cohn, Lucy Lower, Mildred Tahara)

Lindberg, Morgan. 2007. “Greasy Stains and Fish Skins: The ‘Trialect’ of Language, Gender and the Greasy Stains of Nation in Three Stories by Tawada Yôko” [Lucy Lower, Joel Cohn, Mari Yoshihara (AmSt)]

Matsuda, William J. 2003. “The Founder Reinterpreted: Kukai and Vraisemblant Narrative” [Arthur H. Thornhill, Joel Cohn, Robert Huey]

McGillicuddy, Karen E. 2007. “Konsento: currents to come” [Lucy Lower, Joel R.Cohn, Nobuko M. Ochner]

Mochizuki, Yoshihiro. 2005. “Rediscovering Musha-ism: The theory of happiness in Mushakoji’s early works” [Lucy Lower, Joel R. Cohn, Nobuko M. Ochner]

*Omura, Janice K. 1994. “Ise Shu: The Personal Poetry Collection of Lady Ise” [80 pp.] (Mildred M. Tahara, Chair; Robert Huey, Arthur Thornhill)

*Petitto, Joshua M. 2005. “Narratives of Space and Place in Three Works by Nakagami Kenji” [Nobuko M. Ochner, Lucy Lower, Arthur H. Thornhill]

*Ratnam, Radhamani. 2001. “Miyamoto Yuriko’s Fiction” [109 pp] (Nobuko Ochner, Chair; Joel Cohn, Arthur Thornhill)

Roberts, Norman Frank. 1963. “Tsubouchi Shô yô's Saikun (The Wife), the Beginnings of the Realistic Novel in Modern Japanese Literature” [107 pp.] (Yukuo Uyehara, Chair)

Seliger, Isabel. 1994. “Yosano Akiko: Transformation Within Tradition” [93 pp.] (Robert N. Huey, Chair)

Shively, John Ressler. 1939. “Yôkyoku: The Texts of the No Drama” [83 pp.] (Chair).

Sitkin, David A. 1977. “An Edo Satire: Hiraga Gennai's Nenashigusa” [133 pp.] (James T. Araki, Chair)

Tahara, Mildred M. 1963. “The Poetical Theories of Ki No Tsurayuki as Expressed in the Tosa Diary” [147 pp.] (Kenneth Yasuda, Chair)

*Tanaka, Rokuo. 1997. “Ishikawa Masamochi and Shokunin-zukushi kyoka Utaawase.” [103 pp.] (Joel R. Cohn, Chair; Arthur Thornhill, Alexander Vovin)

Uyehara, Yukuo. 1936. “Historical Development of the Kabuki since the Meiji Restoration” [104 pp.] (Chair).

White, Daniel A. 2006. “What’s So Postmodern About Murakami Haruki? Consumption, Capitalism, and Identity in Three Murakami Novels” [130 pp.] (Joel R. Cohn, Nobuko M. Ochner, Christine Yano, Anthropology)

Winkler, Julie. 1968. “Hayashi Fumiko's Horoki or A Record of Wandering” [87 pp.] (James T. Araki, Chair)

Wright, Harold P. 1960. “Shi: A Contemporary Japanese Poetical Type” [115 pp.] (Chair)

Korean

Choi, Min Koo. 2005. “Dis/Locating an Intellectual in Colonial Korea: The Case of Yi In-hwa in Mansej4n (1924)” [Joon Yoo (History), Ho-min Sohn, Dong Jae Lee]

Lee, Jennifer M. 1995. “The Representation of Madness in Yi Ch'ôngjun's 'Wall of Rumor'” [91 pp.] (Marshall R. Pihl, Chair)

*Lee, Young-hee. 1992. “Women's Literature in the Choson Period: Han and the Songs of Women” [79 pp.] (Marshall R. Pihl, Chair; Ho-min Sohn, John Haig)

Poole, Janet. 1995. “Kim Saryang and Minor Literature: Language and Identity in Colonial Korea.” [104 pp.] (Marshall R. Pihl, Chair) THESES

LANGUAGE

* Available in Department Library [some may be missing]

Chinese

Barale, Catherine. 1975. “Readings in Chinese Language and Literature” [102 pp.] (John DeFrancis, Chair)

*Bishop, James Kevin. 1995. “Building Semantic Structure Representations with Compositional Cognitive Grammar” [92 pp.] (Hsin-i Hsieh, Chair; Robert Cheng, Ying-che Li)

*Campbell, Robert E. 1980. “Correspondences Between Character Pronunciations in Taiwanese and Japanese” [108 pp.] (Robert L. Cheng, Chair; John Haig, Ying-che Li)

*Cheng, Susie. 1979. “Study of Taiwanese Adjectives” [173 pp.] (Ying-che Li, Chair; Shang Ho, Hsin-I Hsieh)

Epstein, Pi Yun (Chen). 1974. “The Conversion of Japanese Readings to Their Mandarin Correspondents” [117 pp.] (Robert L. Cheng, Chair)

*Figueroa, Esther M. 1984. “Language Policy in Taiwan: The Political Motivation Behind 'Guo Yu'” [110 pp.] (Robert L. Cheng, Chair)

*Hsu, Chia-cheng. 1983. “A Phonological Study of the Shanghai Dialect” [283 pp.] (Robert L. Cheng, Chair; Shang Ho, Hsin-I Hsieh, Ying-che Li)

*Lau, Corinne. 1973. “A Study of the Phonology of Lungtu Lexicon” [182 pp.] (Robert L. Cheng, Chair; Hsin-I Hsieh, Ying-che Li)

Ota, Katsuhiro J. 2005. “An Investigation of Written Taiwanese” [Ying-che Li Robert L. Cheng, Michael Forman (Linguistics)]

Japanese

Ahiko, Chitose. 2006. “Communicative Approach: Theory and classroom activity” (185 pp.) [David E. Ashworth, Kyoko Hijirida, Kimi Kondo- Brown]

*Bates, Lori A. 1979. “Selected Cultural and Sociolinguistic Problems in Translating Contemporary Japanese into English” [165 pp.] (James M. Unger, Chair)

*Bentley, John R. 1997. “Mo and Po in Old Japanese Revisited” [145 pp.] (Alexander V. Vovin, Chair; Gerald Mathias, Leon Serafim)

Brown, Karen Jane. 1967. “An Investigation of Japanese Indicative Verb Phrase of the Type V-te Kuru and V-te Iku” [94 pp.] (Norito Fujioka, Chair)

Fujita, Kayoko Ross. 1997. “Group Formation in Kaigi Interaction: The Japanese Formal Meeting.” [121 pp.] (Dina R. Yoshimi, Chair)

Hoshi, Saori. 2007. “Impact of Scaffolding: Collaborative Interaction in a Japanese Language Classroom” [Dina R. Yoshimi, Chair, Kimi Kondo- Brown, Kyoko Hijirida]

*Ihara, Laurel C. 1983. “Kanji Recognition Ability: related to English Whole-Word Ability?” [85 pp.] (Agnes M. Niyekawa, Chair; David Ashworth, Ann Peters)

Ikier, Steven D. 2006. “On the Attributive and Final Predicate Forms in Eastern Old Japanese” (Alexander Vovin, Robert N. Huey, Leon A. Serafim)

*Iwai, Tomoko. 1996. “Harmony and Conflict in Japanese Interaction” [103 pp.] (Dina R. Yoshimi, Chair; John Haig, Katsue Reynolds)

*Iwasaki, Mariko. 1981. “A study of sociological and developmental factors in first language maintenance and second language acquisition of kaigaishijo in New York” [154 pp.] (Agnes M. Niyekawa, Chair; David Ashworth, Peter Tanaka)

*Kawakami, Hiroshi. 1995. “A Comparison of Two Japanese Classifiers tsu and ko: An Examination of ko as a General Classifier” [109 pp.] (David E. Ashworth, Chair; John Haig, Leon Serafim, James D. Brown)

Kay, Karen M. 1980. “Kakari Musubi” [83 pp.] (James M. Unger, Chair)

Kim, Ok-Sim. 2007. “Pause Fillers and Gender in Japanese and Korean: A Comparative Sociolinguistic Study” (119 pp) [Katsue A. Reynolds, Mee- Jeong Park, Katsuhiro Ota]

Lanz, Linda A. 2003. “Japanese Pitch Accent: Cross-Linguistic Perceptions by Speakers of Stress- and Pitch-Accent Languages” [Leon A. Serafim, Alexander Vovin, Kimi Kondo-Brown]

Lim, Dianne S. J. 1996. “Cross-cultural Interaction and Classroom Discourse: a study of foreign language classroom culture” [144 pp.] (Dina R. Yoshimi, Chair)

*Maeda, Cindy S. 1997. “A Study of Second Generation Japanese-American (Nisei) Speech in Hawai'i as an Expression of Ethnic Identity” [82 pp.] (Katsue Reynolds, Kyoko Hijirida, Jonathan Okamura)

McNicoll, Matthew F. 2005. “An Analysis of the Auxiliary -kyer- in Western Old Japanese” [Alexander Vovin, John Haig, Leon Serafim]

Miyake, Marc H. 1995. “The phonetic values of Old Japanese */s/ and */z/” [364 pp.](Leon A. Serafim, Chair)

*Murayama, Emi. 1999. “The Multiple Functions of the Discourse Marker Nanka in Japanese Conversation” [109 pp.] (Dina Yoshimi, John Haig, Kazue Kanno)

*Nakamura, Junko. 1992. “Effect of sex and attitude on language standardization: evidence from Ina City, Nagano Prefecture, Japan” [87 pp.] (Katsue A. Reynolds, Chair; David Ashworth, Haruko Cook, John Haig)

*Nishikawa, Reiko. 1999. “Communicating the Point: Analysis of Japanese Narrative Structure” [97 pp.] (Dina Yoshimi, John Haig, Kazue Kanno)

Okada, Naomi. 1999. “Japanese Foreigner Talk and Its Gender-Related Differences” (Haruko Cook, Kazue Kanno, Kazue Reynolds)

*Oyler, Gary G., Jr. 1997. “The Beginning of the N: In search of the origin of the noun-final mora nasal in the language of Hateruma” [104 pp.] (Leon A. Serafim, Chair; David Ashworth, Alexander Vovin)

*Richardson, Cheryl L. 1997. “A Study of Japanese 'Foreigner Talk'” [152 pp.] (Katsue A. Reynolds, Chair; Haruko Cook, Kazue Kanno)

*Roberts, Charles W. 1982. “Integrating the PLATO Computer-Based Education System into an Elementary Japanese Syllabus” [91 pp.] (James M. Unger, Chair; David Ashworth, Machiko Netsu, Carl Farrell)

*Russell, Kerri L. 1997. “Origin of Early Japanese Verbs and Verbal Conjugations” [107 pp.] (Leon A. Serafim, Chair)

*Sano, Hiromi. 1981. “Differences in Perception of Japanese Word Duration by Japanese and English Native Speakers: an experimental study” [70 pp.] (David E. Ashworth, Chair; Peter Tanaka, Robert Cheng)

*Sather, Jeanne M. 1981. “Sociolinguistic Rules and the Japanese Speaking Foreigner” [155 pp.] (Agnes M. Niyekawa, Chair; David Ashworth, Peter Tanaka)

Sato, Esther M. T. 1966. “Construction and Analysis of a College Japanese Placement Test” [88 pp.] (John Young, Chair)

*Sato, Yumiko. 1991. “The Length of the Japanese Mora Nasal /N/: A Cross- Linguistic Study on Syllable-Final Nasals in Japanese, English, and Korean” [60 pp.] (Timothy J. Vance, Chair; Gerald Mathias, John Haig, Iovanna Condax)

*Sawyer, Rieko. 1993. “Individual Differences in Linear/Non-Linear CALL Environments” [61 pp.] (David. E. Ashworth, Chair; Gerald Mathias, Martha Crosby)

Serafim, Leon. 1976. “Early Japanese Vocalism and Vowel Concord” [89 pp.] (David E. Ashworth, Chair)

*Shimazu, Momoyo. 2000. “Co-Construction of Classroom Identity in Japanese as a Foreign Language Classroom” [114 pp.] (Dina Yoshimi, John Haig, Kyoko Hijirida)

*Smith, P.S. Kamealoha. 1997. “Learners Strategies in Listening Comprehension: A Descriptive Study of Japanese 101 Students, Listening Strategies and Instruction.” [110 pp.] (David E. Ashworth, Chair; Alexander Vovin, Dina Yoshimi, Craig Chaudron)

*So, Sufumi. 1989. “Process and Product of Six College Student Writers: A Direct Observation Study of L1 (English or Chinese) and L2 (Japanese) Writing” [192 pp.] (David E. Ashworth, Chair; Robert Cheng, Martha Pennington)

*Steverson, Misako. 1995. “ Mother's Role in Japanese Dinnertime Narratives” [80 pp.] (Haruko Cook, Chair; Kyoko Hijirida, Dina Yoshimi)

*Suzuki, Asuka. 2001. “Heritage Language Learning and Ethnic Identity from Yonsei and Mixed Heritage JFL Learners’ Perspectives” [150 pp] (Dina R. Yoshimi, Kimi Kondo-Brown, Michael Forman)

*Tateyama, Yumiko. 1998. “Explicit and Implicit Teaching of Pragmatic Routines: Japanese 'sumimasen'” [143 pp.] (David Ashworth, Haruko Cook, Gabriele Kasper)

Terrell, Lina J. 2009. “The Forms, Functions, and Meanings of Su and Do Emphatic Constructions in the Omoro Sôshi of Old Okinawan” [Leon A. Serafim, Alexander Vovin, Arthur H. Thornhill]

Tominaga, Waka. 2005. “We are all Stars: An ethnographic study of first- grade classrooms in a bilingual school in Japan” [Kimi Kondo-Brown, Kyoko Hijirida, Kathryn Davis]

Uchida, Hiromi. 1998. “Lexical Contribution Strategies in Learner-Learner Negotiated Interaction” (David Ashworth, Kyoko Hijirida, Dina Yoshimi)

Uchida, Yuko. 1998. “Students' Personality Types and Their Activity Preferences in the Japanese Languag Classes (Beginning Level)” (Kyoko Hijirida, David Ashworth, Raymond Moody)

Wong, Sandra T. 1987. “The Japanese Passive Honorific: A Study on Its Usage” [63 pp.] (Agnes M. Niyekawa, Chair)

*Wood, Robert T. 1982. “An Investigation of Criteria Conducive to Successful Language Teaching Games” [78 pp.] (David E. Ashworth, Chair; James Unger, Ted Rodgers)

*Yamada, Akiko. 1980. “The Development of Syntactic Devices for Communication in the Early Stages of the Acquisition of Japanese: A Case Study” [90 pp.] (David E. Ashworth, Chair; John Haig, Ann Peters)

Yamaguchi, Yukiko R. 2008. “Kanji Instruction at a Japanese Supplementary School in the U.S.” (Kimi Kondo-Brown, John Haig, Kyoko Hijirida]

*Yamamoto, Kazue. 1980. “Relative Recognition Speed of Hiragana, Katakana and Kanji by Adult Native and Non-Native Speakers” [76 pp.] (David E. Ashworth, Chair; Peter Tanaka, Danny Steinberg)

*Yokomizo, Shinichiro. 1988. “Community Language Learning in the Japanese Language Curriculum: A Classroom Study” [129 pp.] (Richard Rubinger, Chair; Muneo Yoshikawa, Martha Pennington)

*Yoshioka, Kaoru. 1991. “Acquisition of Japanese Particles: an effort to test the Pienemann-Johnston model with three measurements” [124 pp.] (Machiko Netsu, Chair; David Ashworth, J.D. Brown)

*Yuasa, Ikuko. 1994. “Acoustic phonetic Analyses of Pitch, Duration, and Quality of Vowels: How Pitch and Duration Influence Diphthongs and Unstressed Vowels in Japanese Words Pronounced by English Speakers When Imitating Japanese Pitch Accent” [96 pp.] (Leon A. Serafim, Chair; David Ashworth, Iovanna Condax)

Korean

*Cha, Kil. 1997. “Comparative Linguistic Studies of Korean and English Idioms” [100 pp.] (Ho-min Sohn, Chair; Yung-Hee Kim, Dong Jae Lee)

*Jeong, Hee-Jeong. 2002. “Grammaticalization of the Korean Copula” [71 pp.] (Ho-min Sohn, Dong Jae Lee, John Haig)

*Yu, William H.S. 2002. “A Comparative Look at the Needs Analysis of Korean Heritage and Non-heritage Learners: A first step towards developing ‘A Compromise Curriculum’” [76 pp.] (Ho-min Sohn, Dong Jae Lee, Kimi Kondo-Brown)

*Yuen, Soo-ah. 1992. “Teaching Korean Language in the United States: from the perspective of proficiency oriented instruction” [94 pp.] (Ho-min Sohn, Chair; Dong Jae Lee, Marshall Pihl)

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