Shogo Mizuno, M. A.

Ph.D. Student

Degrees

M.A. (Human and Environmental Studies) Kyoto University, 2022

B.A. (Arts in Language and Culture) Osaka University, 2020

Contact

e-mail: efforts.0213@gmail.com

Education

2022 – present University of Potsdam (Ph.D. student)

2022 – present Kyoto University (Ph.D. student)

2020–2022: Kyoto University

2017–2018: Moscow State University

2015–2020: Osaka University

Grants

2022–2025: SPRING fellow at Kyoto University

2022–2025: Scholarship for Ph.D. Program in foreign countries from JASSO

2017–2018: Scholarship for study at Moscow State University from AVRORA

Publications

Shogo Mizuno. 2022. Roshiago no keiyoushi tangobikei ni tuite (On the short form of the Russian adjectives). Nihon gengo Gakkai taikai yokousyu (164th LSJ meeting handbooks) 93–99. (in Japanese)

Shogo Mizuno & Daiki Matsumoto. 2021. Roshiago no huteininsyoubun no zyouhoukouzou ni tuite (On the Information Structure of the Indefinite Person Construction in Russian). Nihon goyouron Gakkai taikai happyou ronbunnsyu (Proceedings of the 23rd Conference of the Pragmatics Society of Japan) 16: 73–80. (in Japanese)

Shogo Mizuno. 2021. Posutokoronazidai no roshiago kyouiku – gaikokugosenmonkateigakusei ga motomeru kougi to ha: Kyotogaikokugodaigaku roshiago senkou wo rei ni- (Russian Language Education in the post-Corona Era -what kind of lectures are sought by students who specialize in foreign languages: an example of the department of Russian at Kyoto University of Foreign Studies-). Yurashia he no manazashi (Eyes on Eurasia) 1: 25–36. (in Japanese)

Shogo Mizuno 2020. Roshiago no ukemibun ni tuite – huteininsyoubun to zyudoutai no kinou no sa wo tyusin ni (On the passives in Russian – focusing on the difference in function between indefinite person constructions and passive sentences). Roshiago kenkyu (Russian linguistics) 30: 115–130. (in Japanese)

Presentations

Shogo Mizuno. 2022, June 18. Roshiago no keiyoushi tangobikei ni tuite (On the short form of the Russian adjectives). Nihon Gengo Gakkai (The Linguistic Society of Japan).

Shogo Mizuno. 2022, June 12. Roshiago keiyoushi gobi no hensen ni kansuru kasetu (The hypothesis about the Transition of Adjective Endings in Russian.) Kansai Gengo Gakkai (Kansai Linguistic Society). (in Japanese)

Shogo Mizuno & Daiki Matsumoto. 2020, Nov. 29. Roshiago no huteininsyoubun no zyouhoukouzou ni tuite (On the Information Structure of the Indefinite Person Construction in Russian). Nihon Goyouron Gakkai (The Pragmatics Society of Japan).