(Last updated : 2018-11-23 02:48:31)
  LEE, Seunghun
   Associate Professor
   Division of Arts and Sciences, College of Liberal Arts, International Christian University
■ Academic Background
1. 2002/09~2008/10 〔Doctoral course〕, Linguistics, Rutgers University, Completed, Ph.D in Linguistics
2. 1999/02/28
Degree Acquisition
, Certificate for Teaching Korean as a Foreign Language
3. 1997/03~1999/02 〔Master degree program〕 Linguistics, Linguistics, Seoul National University, Completed, M.A. (言語学)
4. 1993/03~1997/02 German, Seoul National University, Completed, B.A. in German Education
■ #Present Specialized Fields
Foreign language education, English linguistics, Linguistics (Key Word:Phonetics and Phonology, Theoretical Linguistics, L2 Acquisition, Language Documentation African, Tibeto-Burmean, Tai-Kadai and Korean linguistics) 
■ #Main Course Titles
Phonology, Phonetics, Experimental Linguistics, Field Methods
■ #Books and Articles
1. Book Proceedings of the 13th Workshop on Altaic Formal Linguistics (WAFL13) (Collaboration) 2018
2. Article Identifying the locus of L2 pronunciation: an exploratory study of geminate production by Chinese L2 learners of Japanese (Collaboration) 2018
3. Article The phonetic realization of tonal contrast in Dränjongke (Collaboration) 2018
4. Article The phonetic structure of Dzongkha: a preliminary study (Collaboration) 2018
5. Article Truncation in message-oriented phonology: a case study using Korean vocative truncation (Collaboration) 2018
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■ #Academic Conference Presentation
1. 2018/11/29 Phonetics of modal and breathy plosives in SiSwati (The 7th Southern African Microlinguistics Workshop (SAMWOP 7))
2. 2018/11/18 An interaction between voicing and tone in Dränjongke fricatives (The 157th Linguistics Society of Japan Meeting)
3. 2018/10/26 Using psychoacoustic roughness to measure creakiness in Burmese (The 5th NINJAL International Conference on Phonetics and Phonology)
4. 2018/10/13 Prosody of question elements in two Bantu languages: Shingazidja and Xitsonga (International Conference on Tone and Intonation (TIE2018))
5. 2018/09/20 Using field data in phonetic classes. (The 2nd International Symposium on Applied Phonetics)
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■ #Lectures
1. 2018/08 Experimental methods in language documentation (Concepción, Chile)
■ Educational Achievements
● Announcement concerning education
1. 2007 Teaching Linguistics to Native Speaker of English as a Non-native Speaker. Linguistics in the Classroom
■ Professional Achievements
● Other note that should be mentioned specially on duty
1. My research focuses on phonetics and phonology of understudied languages. Approaching new data with linguistic theories allows me to study these languages in the field as well as in the laboratory. I also work on the phonology and phonetics in language acquisition, both in children and in adults. My main research languages are as follows: Xitsonga (South Africa), Burmese (Myanmar), Yi and Zhuang (China), Basaa (Cameroon) and Korean
■ #Research Topics, Funded Research, and Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research
1. 2017/04~2019/03  Research on the voiceless nasals in Ikema Miyakoan and Hateruma Yaeyaman  (Key Word : )
2. 2017/02~2020/01  Phonetics Phonology and New Orthographies: Helping Native Language Communities in the Himalayas (PhoPhoNo)  (Key Word : )
3. 2016/10~2016/10  Investigating understudied syntactic structures of Xitsonga  (Key Word : )
4. 2016/09~2021/08  Korean at the Nexus of the Northeast Asian Linguistic Area  (Key Word : )
5. 2016/04~  Phonetic typology of consonant-tone interaction  (Key Word : )
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■ #Websites
   Researcher Map (Seunghun Lee)
   Linguistics Laboratory @ ICU
   Undergraduate Research Day
   Asian Junior Linguists Conference
■ #Grants-in-aid for Scientific Research Researcher Number
■ researchmap "Other"
1. 2015 Elisabeth Selkirk and Seunghun J. Lee, Co-Editors of 'Constituent structure in sentence phonology' as athematic issue for the first issue of 2015 in Phonology.
2. [Ad-hoc reviewer of conference abstracts]Linguistics Society of America, Exploring the Interfaces 3, Workshop on Formal Altaic Linguistics, Tone Across Languages
3. [Ad-hoc reviewer of grant proposals] National Science Foundation; American Philosophical Society