Publications

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PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS

Dissertation

2012. Viewpoints in the Korean Verbal Complex: Evidence, Perception, Assessment, and Time. Ph.D. dissertation, University of California, Berkeley. [pdf]

2007. Conceptual Blending in Temporal Mappings. M.A. dissertation, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies: Seoul. [pdf]

Refereed Articles

2021. with Eunsong Kim (as first and corresponding author). (Meta-)Ground Viewpoint Space and structurally-framed irony: A case study of the mobile game Liyla and the Shadows of WarCognitive Linguistics. 32(1): 1-33. https://doi.org/10.1515/cog-2020-0001

2021. Between COMMITMENT and CERTAINTY: A cognitive semantic approach to an I promise construction in English. Review of Cognitive Linguistics 19(1): 51-79. https://doi.org/10.1075/rcl.00076.kwo.

2020. with Jung Hwi Roh (as corresponding author). Viewpoint Spaces Network in an Emergent Kind of Discourse: A Case Study of <WIRED> Autocomplete Interview. Discourse and Cognition 27(3):1-30.

2020. with Ahrim Kim (as corresponding author). Hortatives, imperatives, and the directive speech-act continuum: A usage-based approach to the Korean -ca hortative construction. Lingua. 245: 1-17. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.lingua.2020.102928.

2020. with Ahrim Kim (as corresponding author). The Korean hortative construction revisited: Prototypical and extended functions. Pragmatics 30(3):351-380. https://doi.org/10.1075/prag.19014.kim

2019. Cengsinkongkan ilon-uy hoyko-wa cenmang [Retrospects and prospects of Mental-spaces theory]. Discourse and cognition 26(4):1-43. [In Korean].

2019. with Jung Hwi Roh, Wooyong Jin, Eunsong Kim, Hayoung Kim (as corresponding author). Multimodality and discourse viewpoint configuration: A case study of UK political posters. Linguistic Research 36(2):289-323.

2019. Conceptual Metaphors and Performativity in the Sunshine Policy. Review of Cognitive Linguistics 17(1): 275-294.

2019. Conceptual mappings in political cartoons: A comparative study of the case of nuclear crises in US-North Korean relations. Journal of Pragmatics 143: 10-27

2018. with Jung Hwi Roh (as first and corresponding author). Multimodality and cognitive mechanisms: A cognitive-semantics analysis of political cartoons <stay out of my hair>. Linguistic Research 35(1): 117-143.

2017. Correction and Compensation: The Taysin Construction in Korean. Lingua 195, 92-109.

2016. Medicine for Shoes and Lanterns: The Semantic Network of Yak ‘medicine’ in Korean. Discourse and Cognition. 24:1, 23-45.

2016. with Ji Hyon Kim (as first author). Inferential evidentiality, distance, and embodiment. Language and Linguistics 73, 1-32.

2016. with Jung-Eun Lee, Jinree Jeon, and Young-Eun Park (as first author). Iconicity and conceptual metaphor in the U.S. military hand signals. Linguistic Research 33:2, 219-347.  

2016. with Jung-Eun Lee, Jinree Jeon, and Young-Eun Park (as corresponding author). On metaphoric gestures of candidates in the U.S. Presidential debate. Discourse and Cognition 23:3, 53-79. [In Korean]

2016. How do Koreans break and cut things? – A cognitive-semantics approach to BREAK predicates and CUT predicates in Korean. Linguistic Research 33:1, 65-94.

2015. The South Korean government’s Sunshine Policy for North Korea and conceptual metaphors. Discourse and Cognition 22:3, 19-37. [In Korean]

2015. Revisiting the Korean sentence-final suffix –ney once more: Response to Chung (2014). Korean Journal of Linguistics, 40-3, 287-305. [In Korean]

2015. Exploring cognitive mechanisms in French political cartoons Charlie Hebdo. Discourse and Cognition 22:1, 1-23. [In Korean]

2014. Arbitrary Assimilation of /-nl-/ in Korean. Language and Linguistics 64, 1-30.

2014. Categorization and its Embodiment: Korean Tautological Constructions in Mental Spaces Theory. Language Sciences 45, 44-56. 

2014. Knowing Is Not Always Knowing: The Korean Cwul Al- Construction in Mental-Spaces Theory. Linguistics 52(3), 731-757.

2014. The viewpoint shifter -eha- in Korean and how it affects causal event structure. Language Sciences 42, 30-42

2013. Conceptual blending in a Korean public service advertisement Opwun mence kalyeta osipnyen mence kanta ‘One would leave the world 50 years earlier if he tries to go 5 minutes earlier.’  Discourse and Cognition 20:2, 1-20. [In Korean]

2013. Evidentiality in Conditional Constructions. Linguistics 51(6), 1249-1270. 

2013. The Semantics of the Korean Sentence-Final Suffix -Ney Revisited: Response to Chung (2012). Korean Journal of Linguistics, 38-1, 53-66. [In Korean]

2012. The Korean Evidential Marker –Te Revisited: Its Semantic Constraints and Distancing Effects in Mental Spaces Theory. Constructions and Frames 4(2). 152-185.

2012. Responsibility, Empathy, Sincerity, and New Future: Cognitive Semantic Analyses of Cheol-Soo Ahn”s Speech of Declaration of the Candidacy for President. Language and Linguistics 57, 1-26. [In Korean]

2012. Construing Korean Proverb ‘Arms Bend Inward’ through Property Selection Processes. Korean Journal of Linguistics 37(3), 481-500. [pdf]

2012. Licensing Multiple Different Modes of Access: Korean Evidentiality As a Three Term System. Language and Linguistics 55, 1-37. [author’s pdf copy of the final draft]

2012. Please Confirm What I inferred: On the Korean Evidential Marker –Napo. Journal of Pragmatics 44, 958-969.

2012. Korean Forward Causality in Basic Communicative Spaces Network: -Ese and -Nikka Constructions. Discourse and Cognition, 19(1), 1-27. [author’s pdf copy of the final draft]

2011. Ins and Outs as Non-Opposites Do Not Necessarily Mean the Same in Korean. Language and Linguistics 53, 21-49. [pdf]

2011. Mental Spaces in the Korean Reportive/Quotative Evidentiality Marker –Ay. Discourse and Cognition, 18(2), 23-50. [pdf] Back to the Main menu

Non-Refereed Articles and Book Chapter

2020. The Nature of Evidentiality and Epistemic Modals: The Causal Event Structure. In Lee, Chungmin and Jinho Park. (eds.). Evidentials and Modals. Current Research in the Semantics/ Pragmatics Interface (CRiSPI). 250-272. Leiden/ Boston: Brill.

2019. Tacwungyangsangseng [Multimodality]. In J.-R. Lim (ed.). Incienehak thamkwuuy hyenhwangkwa kwacey [Current and future issues of Cognitive Linguistic Investigations], 222-274. [In Korean].

2018. Foreword. In Ikjoo Na (trans.). 2018. Nanun cinpointey way poswuuy maley kkullinunka? [Why do I find conservative’s words tempting even though I’m a progressive?] Lakoff, George and Elisabeth Wehling. 2016. Your brain’s politics: how the science of mind explains the political divide. Seoul: Sayngkak Cengwen Publishing Co. [In Korean].

2012. One –Mi: An Evidential, Epistemic Modal, and Focus Marker in Imbabura Quechua. Survey Reports, Survey of California and Other Indian Languages, University of California, Berkeley. [pdf]

2012. Licensing Multiple Different Modes of Access: Korean Evidentiality As a Three Term System. Paper presentation at the Harvard International Symposium on Korean Linguistics (H-ISOKL), Aug 8-9, 2011 Harvard University. [pdf]

2011. Evidentials and Epistemic Modals in a Causal Event Structure. In the Proceedings of the 37th annual meeting of Berkeley Linguistics Society. Berkeley: UC Berkeley. [pdf]

2010. Evidentiality in Korean Conditional Constructions. In the Proceedings of the 36th annual meeting of Berkeley Linguistics Society. Berkeley: UC Berkeley. [pdf]

2009. A Tautology is a Tautology: Specificity and Categorization in Nominal Tautological Constructions. In the Proceedings of 35th Berkeley Linguistics Society Annual Meeting. Berkeley:  University of California, Berkeley. [pdf]

Presentations Invited Talks and Colloquia

2020. Discussion for Sung-Ock Sohn’s presentation “Discourse, grammar, and prosody in Korean conversation.” World Congress of Korean Language 2020, December 21-23, 2020.

2020. Multilayered meaning constructions, viewpoint, and mental-spaces: Some case studies. Plenary talk. Linguistic Society of Korea. via video-conferencing. August 20, 2020.

2019. Multilayered constructions, viewpoint, and mental-spaces: Some case studies. Linguistics Colloquium. UNM, November 14, 2019.

2019. Conceptual mappings in political cartoons: A comparative study of the case of nuclear crises in US-North Korean relations. Guest lecture. Ling 590 (Multimodality, Dr. Sherman Wilcox). UNM, September 23, 2019.

2018. Multimodality, viewpoint, and cognitive semantics. Invited talk. The regular Winter conference of Language Research Institute (LRI). Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, December 19, 2018.

2018. Current issues on evidentiality in Korean: A cognitivist’s approach.
Invited talk. The Gachon-Wien International Workshop on Relationship between Language and Cognition, Jeju National University, October 4, 2018.

2016. Mental spaces, modeling, and embodiment. Invited talk, COLLING HUFSENG Grad School (Linguistics colloquium by English Linguistics Dept. of Graduate school at Hankuk Univ. of Foreign Studies), Seoul, September 9, 2016. [In Korean]

2016. Polysemy and Conceptual Structures. Plenary talk, Kyungbook University Korean Linguistics and Education Circle. Kyungbook University, Daegu, August 12, 2016. [In Korean]

2016. Retrospects and Prospects of Linguistics in Korean: Prospects of Linguistics in Korean and Cognitive Semantics. A Special Conference Commeorating 40th anniversary of Linguistics Society of Korea, Seoul National University, January 14-15, 2016.

2013. Evidence, Construal, and Cognitive Modeling. Monthly Workshop on Linguistics, The Korean Society of Discourse and Cognition. Hankuk University of Foreign Stuides, May 11, 2013.

2013. Evidence Perception, Assessment, and Viewpoints in Language. Linguistic Colloquium, Language Research Institute, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, March 28, 2013.

2013. Evidence, Perception, Assessment, and Viewpoints: A Cognitive Semanticist’s Approach to the Evidential Constructions. Plenary talk, Korean Society of Language and Information. Daewoo Foundation Bldg, March 23, 2013.

2010. Conceptual Metaphors in South Korea’s Policy towards North Korea – the Sunshine Policy. Guest Lecture in Linguistics 106 (Prof. George Lakoff), Oct, 2010, University of California, Berkeley: Berkeley, CA.

2009. The Korean Evidential Marker -Te Revisited: Its Semantic Constraints. Presented at Syntax Circle, April 12th, 2009, University of California, Berkeley: Berkeley, CA.

2009. Viewpoint Related Phenomena. Guest Lecture in Linguistics 5, April 10th, 2009, University of California, Berkeley: Berkeley, CA. [slides]

Refereed Papers

2021. 2021. Ji-in Kang, Hanbeom Jung, A Young Kwon. (corresponding author). Meaning extensions of internet memes: A case study of the ‘If 2020 was a(n) X’ meme. Paper presentation at the Spring regular joint conference of DISCOG and Sociolinguistics Society Korea, HUFS. April 24, 2021. via Zoom platform.

2020. Hanbeom Jung, A Young Kwon, Ji-in Kang. (first author). I promise that I won’t do the job, but I guarantee that it will be done: A cognitivist’s approach to an I promise and an I guarantee constructions. Paper presentation at the regular Language Research Institute Conference, HUFS, November 13, 2020. via WebEX platform.

2019. Framing public images of politicians and conceptualization in political cartoons: A case study of cartoons of the North Korea nuclear crises. A paper presented at the 16th International Pragmatics Conference, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, June 9-14, 2019.

2019. with Jin, Wooyong, Eunsong Kim, Jung Hwi Roh, and Ha-young Kim. (corresponding author). Internet memes of different viewpoints:A cognitive semantic study of debate between bodybuilders and crossfitters. A paper presented at the 16th International Pragmatics Conference, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, June 9-14, 2019.

2019. with Roh, Jung Hwi, Eunsong Kim, Wooyong Jin, and Ha-young Kim. Multimodality and discourse viewpoint configuration: A case study of UK political posters. A paper presented at the 16th International Pragmatics Conference, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, June 9-14, 2019.

2018. with Jin, Wooyong, Eunsong Kim, Jung Hwi Roh, and Ha-young Kim. (corresponding author). Internet memes of different viewpoints: A cognitive semantic study of debate between bodybuilders and crossfitters. A paper presented at the regular Fall Discourse and Cognitive Linguistics Conference, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, November 10, 2018. [In Korean]

2018. Kim, Eunsong, Wooyong Jin, Jung Hwi Roh, and Ha-young Kim. A game that you cannot win: Viewpoint and cognitive mechanisms in the mobile game <Liyla and the Shadows of War>. A paper presented at the regular Fall Discourse and Cognitive Linguistics Conference, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, November 10, 2018. [In Korean]

2018. Roh, Jung Hwi, Eunsong Kim, Wooyong Jin, and Ha-young Kim. Multimodality and discourse viewpoint configuration: A case study of UK political posters. A paper presented at the regular Fall Discourse and Cognitive Linguistics Conference, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, November 10, 2018. [In Korean]

2018. Multimodality and viewpoint phenomenon: Introduction and case studies. presented at the Korea Society of English Linguistics conference, Dongguk University, Seoul, Oct. 27, 2018. [In Korean]

2018. Artificial Intelligence, Conceptualization, and Cognitive Linguistics. Paper presented at the first International Conference of Artificial Intelligence Humanities, Chung-Ang University, Seoul, August 16, 2018.

2018. with Jinree Jeon, Young-Eun Park, and Jung Eun Lee. On metaphoric gestures of candidates in the 2015 U.S. Presidential Debate. Paper presented at the theme session: Multimodality, Viewpoint, and Conceptualization (MVC), the Seoul National University international conference on linguistics (SNU-ICL), SNU, June 15-16, 2018.

2018. Multimodality and cognitive mechanisms: A comparative case study of political cartoons of the North Korea nuclear crises in different eras. Paper presented at the 4th International Conference of Semiosis Research Center (ICSRC4), HUFS, May 11, 2018.

2017. with Jung Hwi ROH. Multimodality in cognitive semantics: A case study of political cartoons <stay out of my hair>. Paper presented at the regular fall conference of DISCOG in joint with Linguistic Research Institute of HUFS, HUFS, November 18, 2017.

2016. Medicine for Shoes and Lanterns: The Semantic Network of Yak ‘medicine’ in Korean. Paper presented at the 29th Paris meeting on East Asian Languages. EHESS, July 4, 2016.

2016. Conceptual mechanisms in the Sunshine Policy. Paper presentation at the Joint conference of English Linguistics Society of Korea, Korea Society of Language and Information, and Institute for the Study of Language and Information at Kyung-Hee University. Kyung-Hee University. May 28, 2016.

2016. Conceptual metaphors, performativity, and the Sunshine policy. Paper presentation at the 3rd International Conference of Semiosis Research Center (ICSRC 2016), Hankuk Univ. of Foreign Studies. April 29, 2016.

2016. with Jung Eun Lee, Jinree Jeon, Young-eun Park (corresponding author). On metaphoric gestures of candidates in the U.S. Presidential debate. Paper presentation at the 2016 regular Spring joint conference with Sociolinguistics Society Korea. Hankuk Univ. of Foreign Studies. April 9, 2016. [In Korean]

2015. with Jung Eun Lee, Jinree Jeon, Young-eun Park (first author). Iconicity and conceptual metaphor in Military Hand Signals. Paper presentation at the 2015 regular Fall joint conference with Korean Association for Corpus Linguistics. Hankuk Univ. of Foreign Studies. October 17, 2015. [handout]

2015. Alternativity in Basic Communicative Spaces Network: the adversative taysin construction in Korean. Paper presentation at the 13th ICLC (International Cognitive Linguistics Conference), Northumbria University, Newcastle, July 20-25, 2015.

2014. Contrasts and Offsets: The Adversative Taysin Construction in Korean. Paper presentation at HDLS (High Desert Linguistics Society), University of New Mexico, November 13-15, 2014.

2014. Iconicity, Conceptual Metaphor, and Military Hand Signals. Paper presentation at UK Cognitive Linguistics Conference. Lancaster University, July 29-31, 2014.

2014. The Semantics of Contrasts and Offsets: the Taysin Construction in Korean. Paper presentation at the regular Spring meeting of Linguistic Society of Korea. Seoul National University. May 31, 2014.

2014. The Viewpoint Shifter –Eha- in Korean and Causal Event Structures. Paper presentation at the Joint Confernce of Korean Sociolinguistic Society of Korea and The Discourse and Cognitive Linguistic Sociey of Korea. Cyber auditorium, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies. April 12, 2014.

2013. The semantic network of the Korean polysemous word yak ‘medicine’ or ‘chemical product’ in the compound X+yak and its conceptual mechanisms. Paper presentation at the regular Fall meeting of Linguistics Society of Korea. Cyber auditorium, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies. October 26, 2013.

2013. (with Kyunghun Jung, University of New Mexico) Mental Spaces, Conceptual Distance, and Simulation: Looks/Seems/Sounds like Constructions in English. Paper presentation at the 12th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference. University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada. June 23-28, 2013.

2013. A Korean Public Service Advertisement Opwun Mence Kalyeta Osipnyen Mence Kanta [One would go 50 years ahead when he tries to go 5 minutes earlier] and Conceptual Blending. The Spring Meeting of Linguistic Society of Korea. May 25, 2013, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Seoul, Korea. [In Korean]

2012. (In)Congruence between the Speaker’s and the Protagonist’s Epistemic Stances Matters: The Korean Complementizer Cwul + know Construction. Paper presentation at International Conference of Construction Grammar. Aug 10-12, 2012, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Seoul, Korea.

2012. The Korean Evidentiality Constructions in Mental Spaces Theory.  Paper presentation at UK Cognitive Linguistics Conference, July 10-12, 2012, King’s College, London.

2012. Backgrounded Information Accommodation in Mental Space Theory: the Korean Evidentiality Constructions. Paper presentation at Conceptual Structure, Discourse, and Language (CSDL) Conference, May 17-20, 2012. University of British Columbia, Vancouver.

2011. Licensing Multiple Different Modes of Access: Korean Evidentiality As a Three Term System. Paper presentation at the Harvard International Symposium on Korean Linguistics (H-ISOKL), Aug 8-9, 2011 Harvard University. [handout]

2011. On Korean Reportive/ Quotative Evidential -Ay: Its Functional Properties and Its Subject Constraints. Presented at the Workshop on East Asian Linguistics (WEAL), Mar 18-19, 2011, UCLA, CA. [slides]

2011. Evidentials and Epistemic Modals in a Causal Event Structure. Presented at the 37th annual meeting of Berkeley Linguistics Society. Feb 12-13, 2011, UC Berkeley, CA. [handout]

2010. Ins and Outs as Non-Opposites Do Not Necessarily Mean the Same in Korean. Paper presentation at High Desert Linguistic Society (HDLS 2010). Nov 4-6, 2010. University of New Mexico, Albuquerque. [handout]

2010. Evidentiality in Korean Conditional Constructions. Presented at the 36th annual meeting of Berkeley Linguistics Society. Feb 6-Feb7, 2010. UC Berkeley, CA. [handout]

2010. I Guess Korean Has Some More Mirative Markers: -Napo and –Nmoyang. Presented at the 2010 annual LSA meeting, Jan 7-Jan 10, 2010. Baltimore, Maryland. [LSA extended abstract]

2009. The Korean Evidential Marker –Te Revisited: Its Semantic Constraints and Distancing Effects in Mental Spaces Theory. Presented at Constructions and Frames (Fillmore Fest), July 31-Aug 2, 2009. University of California, Berkeley: Berkeley, CA.

2009. Please Confirm What I inferred: On the Korean Evidential Marker –Napo-. Presented at Seoul International Conference on Linguistics Interface (SICOLI), at Yonsei University: Seoul, Korea. June 24th -26th, 2009. [handout]

2009. The Korean Evidential Marker –Tela Revisited. Presented at The 31st Annual Meeting of Discourse and Cognition Society of Korea, at Hankuk University of Foreign Studies: Seoul, Korea. June 20th, 2009. [slides]

2009. A Tautology is a Tautology: Specificity and Categorization in Nominal Tautological Constructions. Presented at 35th Berkeley Linguistics Society Annual Meeting, Feb 14-16, 2009. University of California, Berkeley: Berkeley, CA. [slides]

2008. Temporal Mappings Revisited: (Non-) Purposive Moving Observer Metaphor. Presented at 18th International Congress of Linguists, July 21-26, 2008. Korea University: Seoul. [slides]

2007. Construing Korean Proverb An Arm Bends Inward Through Property Selection Process (PSP), Presented at 10th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference (ICLC) in Krakow, Poland. [slides]

Refereed Posters

2018. with Ahrim Kim (as corresponding author) Korean –ca Hortative Construction and its Directive Speech Act Continuum: A Usage-Based Approach. Poster presentation at the 10th International Conference on Construction Grammar. Sorbonne Nouvelle University, Paris. July 18-20, 2018.

2011. One =Mi: An Evidential, Epistemic Modal, and Focus Marker in Imbabura Quechua. Poster presentation at the 2011 Annual LSA Meeting. Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. Jan 4-8, 2011. [pdf] [poster]

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Dissertation Advisees

2019. Lee, Jung-Eun.  Ph.D. Title: A Cognitive Linguistic Approach to Conjunctive Adverbials of Opposition Relations.

2020. Roh, Jung Hwi. M.A. Title: Viewpoints in an emergent kind of discourse: A case study of <WIRED> Autocomplete Interview.

2017. Jeon, Jinree. M.A. Title: Cognitive Semantic Analyses of Viewpoints in English Insurance Commercials. 

Dissertation committees outside HUFS

2021. Mun, Seongmin. Ph.D. Title: Polysemy resolution with word embedding models and data visualization: the case of adverbial postpositions –ey, –eyse, and –(u)lo in Korean. Université Paris Nanterre.

Membership

Lifetime membership of Linguistic Society of Korea

Lifetime membership of the Discourse and Cognitive Linguistic Society of Korea

Roles

Secretary of Research Planning, Linguistic Society Korea (Mar 2021 – Present)

Editor-in-Chief, The Argus, the university periodicals, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies (March 2021 – Present)

FLEX officer in charge of English, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies (September 2020 – Present)

Secretary General, Language Research Institute, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies (September 2020 – Present)

Secretary General, the International Circle of Korean Linguistics  (August 2019 – Present)

Secretary of Public Relation, the Discourse and Cognitive Linguistic Society of Korea (August 2019 – July 2021)

Visiting scholar, University of New Mexico (sponsored by William Croft) (Sabbatical year, February 2019 – February 2020)

Department Chair, English Linguistics and Language Technology, College of English, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies (August 2018 – )

Theme Session Organizer of “Multimodality, Viewpoint and Conceptualization” at the Seoul National University International Conference on Linguistics (SNU-ICL), June 15-16, 2018, Seoul National University (Invited Speaker: Eve Sweetser (UC Berkeley).

Director, Foreign Language Education Center, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies (August 2016 – July 2018)

Department Chair, English Linguistics Department, College of English, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies (August 2014 – July 2016)

Ad-hoc reviewer of Journal of Pragmatics, Cognitive Linguistics, Lingua, Visual Studies, Language Research, Discourse and Cognition, Linguistic Research, The Korean Journal of Language, Language and Linguistics, Language and Information, etc.

Secretary of Research Planning, Language Research Institute, HUFS (Sep 2018 – Aug 2020)

Secretary General, the Discourse and Cognitive Linguistic Society of Korea (August 2015 – July 2017)

Secretary of Research Planning, the Discourse and Cognitive Linguistic Society of Korea (Mar 2013 – Feb 2015)

Secretary of Research Planning, Korean Society of Language and Information (Mar 2015- Feb 2017)

Graduate Students Committee member, the English Linguistics Society of Korea (Jul 2013 – June 2015)

Awards

2020-2021. Received Korea National Research Fund – Cwungkyen yenkwuca ciwon saep [researcher support project] (NRF-2020S1A5A2A01040438) (Topic: Between commitment and certainty: A cognitive semantic approach to an I promise construction in English)

2018-2019. Received Korea National Research Fund – Sincin yenkwuca ciwon saep [New researcher support project] (NRF-2018S1A5A8026846) (Topic: A Cognitive Semantic Approach to Viewpoint Phenomena of Multimodal Expressions in Mass Media)

2016-2017. Faculty Teaching Award. Hankuk University of Foreign Studies.

2015-2016. Received Korea National Research Fund – Sincin yenkwuca ciwon saep [New researcher support project] (NRF-2015S1 A5A8011013) (Topic: A Cognitive Semantics Approach to English Native Speakers’ Hand Signals)

2016. Selected in “Marquis Who’s Who in the World (2016).”

2014-2015. Faculty Teaching Award. Hankulk University of Foreign Studies.

2014-2015. Faculty Research Award. Hankuk University of Foreign Studies.

2013-2014. Faculty Research Award. Hankuk University of Foreign Studies.

2011 . Distinguished Graduate Student Instructor (GSI) Award 2010-2011 (University of California, Berkeley)

2011. Chancellor’s Normative Time Scholarship (Spring, Fall) (University of California, Berkeley)

2008.  Block Grant Fellowship (University of California, Berkeley; Spring)

2007.  Block Grant Fellowship (University of California, Berkeley; Fall)

2007. Graduated with the highest honor (Hankuk University of Foreign  Studies)

2007. Academic Achievement Scholarship (Hankuk University of Foreign Studies; Spring)

2006.  Academic Achievement Scholarship (Hankuk University of Foreign Studies; Spring and Fall)

2005.  Graduate School Entrance Scholarship (Hankuk University of Foreign  Studies)

Academic Achievement Scholarship (Undergrad; Hankuk University of Foreign Studies)

2004  Academic Achievement Scholarship (Undergrad: Hankuk University of Foreign Studies)

Manuscripts

2008. Anh-: Negativity Bleaching of Korean Negativizer. Ms. Historical Linguistics Seminar (Ling 230, Prof. Gary Holland). University of California, Berkeley: Berkeley, CA.

2008. Rhetorics of Frame Negation in Obama’s Speech. Ms. Mind, Language, and Politics Seminar (Ling 290, Prof. George Lakoff). University of California, Berkeley: Berkeley, CA.

2006. Grammaticalization of Korean Auxiliary Verbs ppacita and thecita. Ms. Hankuk University of Foreign Studies: Seoul.

2006. The Functional Clash Between the Korean Plural Marker –tul and Politeness Strategy. Ms. Hankuk University of Foreign Studies: Seoul.

2005. The Korean Reflexive Pronoun caki Revisited: Mental Spaces Approach. Ms. Hankuk University of Foreign Studies: Seoul.

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Edited Volumes

2009. Iksoo Kwon, Hannah Prichett, and Justin Spence, eds. Proceedings of the thirty-five Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society: General Session, Special Session on Non-speech Modality and Parasession on Negation. Berkeley Linguistics Society: Berkeley, CA.

PROOFREAD VOLUMES

2012. Na, Ikjoo. (trans.). George Lakoff. Cengchiuy twunoy [The Political Mind]. Seoul: Changjakkwa Piphyeng Publishing. Co.

2010. Na, Ikjoo. (trans.). Croft, William and Alan Cruise. Inci enehak [Cognitive Linguistics (The original title: Cognitive  Linguistics)]. Seoul: Changjakkwa Piphyeng Publishing. Co.

2009. Na, Ikjoo. (trans.). G. Lakoff. cayu cencaying-cayu kaynyemul twuko pelecinun cinpowa poswuuy taykyektol [Freedom war: Big match pf Progressives and Conservatives with regard to the concept of freedom (The original title: Whose freedom?)]. Seoul: Presian Publishing. Co.

2007. Na, Ikjoo. (trans.). G. Lakoff. Phleyim cencaying-poswuey macsenun cinpouy sengkong cenlyak [Frame war: Successful strategies of Progressives who confront conservatives (The original title: Thinking Points)]. Seoul: Changjakkwa Piphyeng Publishing. Co.

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