The Accentual History Of The Japanese And Ryukyuan Languages: A Reconstruction (The languages of Asia Series) (英語) ハードカバー – 2007/7/31
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This book looks into the accentual history of the Japanese and the Ryukyuan languages. Applying the comparative method, the author has reconstructed the accentual history of the Japonic languages. The reconstruction is based on modern dialects of Japanese and Ryukyuan, and also on historical materials.
Moriyo Shimabukuro is Associate Professor at The University of the Ryukyus, in Okinawa, Japan. He received his Ph.D. in Linguistics from The University of Hawaii at Manoa and has been teaching at The University of the Ryukyus since 2002. His major research interests are historical linguistics, phonology (especially suprasegmental phenomena), the English language, and the languages of Japan.
Alexander Vovin, Professor of East Asian Languages at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, has published extensively on Japanese, Ainu, Korean and Tungusic, as well as other languages of East and Inner Asia. Among his major works are A Reconstruction of Proto-Ainu (Brill, 1993), A Reference Grammar of Classical Japanese Prose (RoutledgeCurzon, 2003) and Nihongo Keitoron no Genzai/Perspectives on the Origins of the Japanese Language (co-edited with Osada Toshiki, the International Center for Japanese Studies, Kyoto, 2003).