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theoretical linguistics educator

Masanori Suiko, Japanese theoretical linguistics educator. Member Linguistic Society of America, English Linguistic Society Japan (The First New Linguist award 1978), Phonological Society Japan.

Background

Suiko, Masanori was born on July 18, 1947 in Osaka, Japan. Son of Unomatsu and Kikuyo (Kudo) Suiko.

Education

Bachelor, Tokyo University Education, 1972. Master of Arts, Tokyo University Education, 1974.

Career

Instructor Yamaguchi University, Japan, 1975-1976, assistant professor Japan, 1976-1979. Associate professor Kyoto University, Japan, 1979-1994, professor Japan, since 1994. Co-editor The English Linguistic Society Japan, Tokyo, 1987-1991, The English Literature Society Japan, Tokyo, 1990-1994, Keirinkan Public Company, Osaka, Japan, 1991-1995.

Vice president The Phonological Society Japan, Tokyo, since 1997.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: English Grammar and Pronunciation, 1985. Co-author: The Kenkyusha Dictionary of English Linguistics and Philology, 1982. Co-author, co-editor: Synchronic and Diachronic Approaches to Language, 1994.

      Co-editor: Journal English Linguistics, 1987-1991.

Membership

Member Linguistic Society of America, English Linguistic Society Japan (The First New Linguist award 1978), Phonological Society Japan.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Bass fishing, growing fruit trees and potatoes, studying kittens' language, reading novels.

Connections

Married Akiko Akatsuka, May 18, 1980. Children: Kengo, Gota.

father:
Unomatsu Suiko

mother:
Kikuyo (Kudo) Suiko

spouse:
Akiko Akatsuka

child:
Kengo Suiko

child:
Gota Suiko