[KS] [CKS] Publication Announcement: The Cambridge Handbook of Korean Linguistics
Center for Korean Studies
cks at binghamton.edu
Thu Feb 4 06:01:34 EST 2021
We would like to announce the publication of the edited volume, The Cambridge Handbook of Korean Linguistics <https://www.cambridge.org/core/books/cambridge-handbook-of-korean-linguistics/305EC30BE77A7FE781B1CE489339F6AB> , from Cambridge University Press, part of the Cambridge Handbooks in Language and Linguistics <https://www.cambridge.org/academic/subjects/languages-linguistics/series/cambridge-handbooks-language-and-linguistics> series.
The linguistic study of Korean, with its rich syntactic and phonological structure, complex writing system, and unique socio-historical context, is now a rapidly growing research area. Contributions from internationally renowned experts on the language provide a state-of-the-art overview of key current research in Korean language and linguistics. Chapters are divided into five thematic areas: phonetics and phonology, morphology and syntax, semantics and pragmatics, sociolinguistics and psycholinguistics, and language pedagogy. The Handbook includes cross-linguistic data to illuminate the features of Korean, and examples in Korean script, making it suitable for advanced students and researchers with or without prior knowledge of Korean linguistics. It is an essential resource for students and researchers wishing to explore the exciting and rapidly moving field of Korean linguistics.
* A state-of-the-art overview of contemporary research in Korean Linguistics, covering all key current areas of study
* Brings together contributions from a range of internationally renowned experts in Korean language and linguistics
* Uses theory from a range of linguistic disciplines to explain features of Korean to researchers and advanced students with no prior experience of the language.
Part I. Korean Overview: 1. Introduction; 2. Phonology: An Overview; 3. Overview of Chapters on Syntax; 4. On the Centrality of Korean in Language Contacts in Northeast Asia; 5. Politeness Strategies in Korean; 6. Korean Kugyŏl; Part II. Phonetics and Phonology: 7. Vowel Harmony; 8. The Phonology and Phonetics of Korean Stop Laryngeal Contrasts; 9. The Phonetic-Prosody Interface and Prosodic Strengthening in Korean; 10. Constituent Structure and Sentence Phonology of Korean; 11. Effects of Linguistic Experience on the Perception of Korean Stops; Part III. Morphology and Syntax: 12. Right-Dislocation in Korean: An Overview; 13. Experimental Insights on the Grammar of Korean Anaphors; 14. Person-Denoting Nominals: Interpretations and Structures; 15. Lexical Nominalizations in Korean; 16. The Processing of a Long-Distance Dependency in Korean: An Overview; Part IV. Semantics and Pragmatics: 17. Subjectivity and Intersubjectivity in Korean Grammar; 18. Discourse Studies in Korean; 19. Metaphoric and Metonymic Patterns with the Body-Part Term Nwun ‘Eye(s)' in Korean; 20. Wh-indefinites; 21. ‘Expletive' Negation in Korean; 22. Case Stacking in Korean: Argument Structure or Information Structure?; Part V. Sociolinguistics and Psycholinguistics: 23. Grammaticalization in Korean; 24. Performing Gender in Korean: Language, Gender, and Social Change; 25. Jejueo: Korea’s Other Language; Part VI. Language Pedagogy: 26. Genre-Based Approach to Korean Language Teaching: A Curriculum Application; 27. Towards Integrated Performance Assessment; 28. Interactional Competence in Korean Language; 29. From Bilingual Speakers to Korean Heritage Language Learners; 30. Language Policy and Its Effect in South Korea.
The book is available at https://www.amazon.com/Cambridge-Handbook-Linguistics-Handbooks-Language/dp/1108418910
This collective work was made possible by a research grant of the Laboratory Program for Korean Studies, “Korean at the Nexus of the Northern Asian Linguistic Area,” from the Academy of Korean Studies.
Sungdai Cho and John Whitman
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