Marc Miyake

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Marc Hideo Miyake
Born (1971-07-28)July 28, 1971
Aiea, Hawaii
Citizenship USA
Fields Linguistics
Alma mater University of Hawaii at Manoa
Known for Study of Old Japanese and Tangut language

Marc Hideo Miyake (born 28 July 1971) is an American linguist, who specializes in historical linguistics, particularly the study of Old Japanese and Tangut.

Biography[edit]

Miyake was born in Aiea, Hawaii in 1971, and attended Punahou School in Honolulu, graduating in 1989. He studied Japanese language and literature at University of California, Berkeley, and then studied linguistics at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, from where he obtained his doctorate in 1999, with a dissertation entitled The Phonology of Eighth Century Japanese Revisited: Another Reconstruction Based Upon Written Records.[1] He is best known for his work on the phonetic reconstruction of Old Japanese, but is also known for his work on the extinct Tangut language.

Works[edit]

  • 2003. Old Japanese: A Phonetic Reconstruction. London; New York: Routledge. ISBN 0-415-30575-6
  • 2006. "Kana's Korean origins"; in Françoise Bottéro & Redouane Djamouri (eds.), Ecriture chinoise : données, usages et représentations. ISBN 2-910216-08-X.
  • 2012. "Complexity from Compression: a Sketch of Pre-Tangut". In Irina Popova (ed.), Тангуты в Центральной Азии: сборник статей в честь 80-летия проф. Е.И.Кычанова [Tanguts in Central Asia: a collection of articles marking the 80th anniversary of Prof. E. I. Kychanov] pp.244–261. Moscow: Oriental Literature, 2012. ISBN 978-5-02-036505-6

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "UHM Department of Linguistics Alumni". Retrieved 2010-05-08.