Yoshiki Fujiwara

I am a 4th year Ph.D student of linguistics at the University of Connecticut.

Research interests

My main research interest is to better understand the human language faculty. In my research, I focus on language acquisition and syntax.

Curriculum Vitae (Updated February 11, 2020)

Upcoming Presentations

Recent Publications

  • Fujiwara, Y. accepted. Wh-Scope Marking in Japanese: Evidence for the indirect dependency approach. Linguistic Inquiry. (draft)
  • Fujiwara, Y. (to appear). Argument Ellipsis Involves Movement. Proceedings of the 55th Annual Meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society (CLS 55). (draft)
  • Fujiwara, Y. (2019). Movement Approach to Argument Ellipsis: A PF-deletion analysis. In Universal Grammar and Its Cross-linguistic Instantiations: Proceedings of the 12th Generative Linguistics in the Old World & the 21st Seoul International Conference on Generative Grammar. The Korean Generative Grammar Circle (pp. 437-446).

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Contact Information

Address: University of Connecticut
Department of Linguistics
365 Fairfield Way, Oak Hall, Unit 1145
Storrs, CT, 06269-1145

Office: Oak 374