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Name: Anne  O. Yue-Hashimoto
Institution: University of Washington
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Homepage: http://www.washington.edu/students/icd/S/chinese/413anneyue.html
State and/or Country: WA
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Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
Subject Language(s): Chinese, Mandarin
Selected Publications: # Mandarin Syntactic Structures. Unicorn No. 8, Princeton University 1971; Chinese translation 1982; Japanese translation 1986.
# Studies in Yue Dialects 1: Phonology of Cantonese. Cambridge University Press, 1972.
# “Phonological distinctions among Old Chinese initials,' Bulletin of the Chinese Language Society of Japan, No. 223 (1976), pp. 2-5.
# “Tone sandhi across Chinese dialects,' Wang Li Memorial Volumes: English Volume (Chinese Language Society of Hong Kong ed. 1987), pp. 445-474.
# ' Comparative Chinese Dialectal Grammar -- Handbook for Investigators. Paris: Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, Centre de Recherches Linguistiques sur l'Asie Orientale, 1993.
# Zhi in pre-Qin Chinese,”T'oung Pao LXXXIV (1998), pp. 239-292.
# “The attributive construction in the Book of Documents,”Studies in Chinese Linguistics (Institute of Chinese Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong 2003) No. 15, pp. 1-8.
# “Two focus markers in the Zhongshan Bronze Inscriptions,”Meaning and Form: Pre-Modern Chinese Grammar (K. Takashima & Jiang Shaoyu eds., München, Germany: Lincom Europe, 2004), pp. 241-266.
Courses Taught: * CHIN 411-412-413
4th Year Chinese Language
* CHIN 443
Structure of Chinese
* CHIN 540
Special Topics in Chinese Linguistics (e.g. Field Method, Structure of Cantonese and Taiwanese)
* CHIN 541
Seminar in Chinese Grammar (synchronic, diachronic)
* CHIN 544
Seminar in Chinese Dialectology (phonology, grammar)
Dissertation Director * of: The Verb GIVE and the Double-object Construction in Cantonese in Synchronic, Diachronic and Typological Perspectives
(Andy Chin, Author)

* This information has been submitted by the dissertation author.



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