Buckeye East Asian Linguistics Forum 1 (2014)

poster & program - small imageDate:        Friday, October 24, 2014
Place:      Mershon Center, Room 120, 1501 Neil Avenue
                The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio

Keynote Speaker 1:
Professor Ik-sang Eom (Hanyang University, Seoul, South Korea)
Lecture:  “Why Are Some Korean Words Similar to Japanese and Old Chinese?” (pdf, abstract)

Keynote Speaker 2:
Professor James Marshall Unger (The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio)
Lecture: “How many syllables are reflected in Early Middle Japanese yo?  From one end of Japanese language history to the other” (pdf, abstract)


Poster:  PDF file


Program Schedule: PDF file
Program Booklet: To be distributed on site


To assist us with planning the event, please pre-register. – closed

Contact Information

BEAL Forum Website:     https://u.osu.edu/beal/beal-forum/ (updated link)
BEAL Forum Email:         beal.forumATgmail.com


2014 BEAL Forum Organizing Committee
Mineharu Nakayama & Zhiguo Xie (faculty co-chairs)
Tsz-Him Tsui & Yutian Tan (graduate student co-chairs)
Committee Members: Marjorie K.M. Chan; Ok Joo Lee (Ewha Womens University); Litong Chen, Seth Goss, Ben Reitz, Jia Shi, Shinsuke Tsuchiya, Seth Wiener, and Qian Wang
Administrative Staff: Jeffrey Chan


Institute for Chinese Studies
Institute for Japanese Studies
Institute for Korean Studies
East Asian Studies Center
Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures
Department of Linguistics
College of Arts and Sciences
Graduate Association of Chinese Linguistics
Graduate Students of East Asian Languages and Literatures
Council on Student Affairs
U.S. Department of Education (Title VI Grant)

Poster Sessions – Abstract Submission

Topics: Any topic in East Asian linguistics, synchronic or diachronic, and from any framework or theoretical perspective

Deadline: August 31, 2014 at 11:59 PM EDT closed