ABBREVIATED C.V.

MUTSUKO ENDO HUDSON, Ph. D.

Professor of Japanese and Linguistics, and
Director of the Japanese ProgramMichigan State University (MSU)
Department of Linguistics and Germanic, Slavic, Asian and African Languages
A-633 Wells Hall, East Lansing, MI 48824, U.S.A.
Phone: 517-432-7164; Fax: 517-432-2736
endo@msu.edu; http://www.msu.edu/~endo

 Adjunct Professor, Master's Program in Japanese Language Pedagogy, Columbia University (1995-present.)




EDUCATION

Ph.D. in Linguistics (syntax), University of Michigan.

Dissertation: An Analysis of Postposing Construction in Japanese (Committee co-chairs: D. J. Napoli and A. L. Becker).

M.A. in Linguistics (theoretical linguistics), University of Michigan.

B.A. in Japanese (Teaching of Japanese as a Foreign Language), International Christian University, Tokyo, Japan.


AWARDS AND RECOGNITION

2010. Participant, Summer Institute on Incorporating Culture in the Japanese Language Classroom, held at the Japan Foundation Language Institute-Urawa, Japan, sponsored by the Alliance of the Associations of Teachers of Japanese (funding from the U.S. Department of Education and Fulbright Foundation) and the Japan Foundation.

2010. Finalist for the Paul Varg Alumni Award for Faculty Excellence in Teaching, College of Arts and Letters, MSU.

2004-07, 1993-96. Board member, Association of Teachers of Japanese (ATJ).

2006. College Board AP Best Practices Course Study in World Languages: Top 10 Japanese Courses Award from the Educational Policy Improvement Center, University of Oregon (with Y. Sakakibara).

2004-05. Member, Advanced Placement (AP) Japanese Language and Culture Task Force, College Board.

2004. Recipient, Gaimu Daijin Hyooshoo [Japanese Foreign Minister's Certificate of Commendation], in commemoration of the 150th Anniversary of the Japan-U.S. Relationship.

1993-94. Recipient, MSU Teacher-Scholar Award.

1992-93. Recipient, Lilly Teaching Fellowship, Lilly Endowment.

1989. Certification of Oral Proficiency Tester in Japanese, American Council on Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL).



PUBLICATIONS -- BOOKS

2009. Hudson, M. Endo (ed). Proceedings of the 21st Central Association of Teachers of Japanese Conference (CATJ 21).

2008. Hudson, M. Endo, and S. Makino. (eds), Japanese Language and Literaature: Special Issue on Japanese Pedagogy. Association of Teachers of Japanese.

2008. Hudson, M. Endo, P. Clancy, S.-A. Jun, P. Sells, S.-O. Sohn (eds), Japanese/Korean Linguistics 13. Stanford: CSLI.

1994. Hudson, M. Endo. English Grammar for Students of Japanese. Ann Arbor: Olivia & Hill Press. Reissued in 2000 by Arnold Publishers, U.K.

1991. Miyaji, H., M. Endo Simon, and N. Ogawa. Shuushoku [Modification], Japanese for Foreigners: Innovative Workbooks in Japanese 17. Tokyo: Aratake.

1986, 1987. Simon, M. Endo. Supplementary Grammar Notes to An Introduction to Modern Japanese: Parts 1 and 2. Ann Arbor: Center for Japanese Studies Publications, University of Michigan.

1984. Simon, M. Endo. A Practical Guide for Teachers of Elementary Japanese. Ann Arbor: Center for Japanese Studies Publications, University of Michigan


PUBLICATIONS -- ARTICLES (2001--)

In press. Student Honorifics Usage in Conversations with Professors. Journal of Pragmatics.

2011. CBI koosu to shite no tanpen koodoku kooza [A Japanese Short Stories Course as a CBI Course]. Y. Tokumasu (ed.). Proceedings of the 18th Princeton Japanese Pedagogy Forum, 53-67.

2010. Sakkon no nichijoo Nihongo ni mirareru genshoo oyobi sono Nihongo kyooiku e no fukumi [Linguistic phenomena in contemporary Japanese and implications for Japanese language education]. M. Wei and A. Fukada (eds.). Proceedings of the 22nd Central Association of Teachers of Japanese Conference, 1-10. Purdue University.

2009. Nihongo nooryoku shiken 1-, 2-kyuu junbi no tame no jookyuu kooza [Advanced course for Japanese Language Proficiency Test (Levels 1 and 2) preparation]. M. Endo Hudson (ed.), Proceedings of the 21st Central Association of Teachers of Japanese Conference, 99-113. Michigan State University.

2008. Introduction (with S. Makino). M. Endo Hudson and S. Makino (eds), Japanese Language and Literature: Special Issue on Japanese Language Education, 333-336. Association of Teachers of Japanese.

2008. Riyuu 'reason' for nai desu and other semi-polite forms. K. Jones and T. Ono (eds.), Style Shifting in Japanese, 131-159. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

2008. Tanpen o tooshite 'Nihon' o oshieru: 5-ginoo yuugoo, 5C jissen no tanpen koodoku kooza [Teaching 'Japan' through short stories: A course integrating 5 language skills and practicing the 5 Cs]. Y. Hatasa (ed.), Japanese as a Foreign Language Education: Multiple Perspectives, 103-118. Tokyo: Kuroshio.

2007. Emotivity of nontraditional katakana and hiragana usage in Japanese. M. Minami (ed.), Applying Theory and Research to Learning Japanese as a Foreign Language, 180-193. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. (with Y. Sakakibara).

2007. Advanced Japanese course with a dual focus on spoken and written language. S. Kuno, S. Makino, and S. Strauss (eds.), Aspects of Japanese Linguistics, 285-309. Tokyo: Kuroshio.

2006. Zero-marked topics, subjects, and objects in Japanese. T. Vance and K. Jones (eds.), Japanese/Korean Linguistics 14, 309-320. Stanford: CSLI (with J. Kondo and Y. Sakakibara).

2005. Mujoshi no shudai, shugo, mokutekigo: Joohoo jookyoo ni yoru bunseki [Particleless topic, subject, and object: Analysis based on the information status]. M. Minami (ed.), Linguistics and Japanese Language Education IV, 25-36 (with J. Kondo and Y. Sakakibara). Tokyo: Kuroshio.

2005. Short stories in Japanese: An intermediate/advanced course. S. Makino (ed.), The Proceedings of the 13th Princeton Japanese Pedagogy Forum, 28-38.

2005. Bideo o misenai bideo no jugyoo [Video course that does not show video in class]. O. Kamada, M. Tsutsui, Y. Hatasa, F. Nazikian, and M. Oka (eds.), Gengo Kyooiku no Shin-tenkai, 201-221. Tokyo: Hitsuji Shobo.

2004. Kaiwa ni okeru 'fu-hitsuyoo na' yooso o oshieru hitsuyoo [The necessity to teach the 'unnecessary' in conversation]. S. Makino (ed.), The Proceedings of the 12th Princeton Japanese Pedagogy Forum, 50-65.

2003. Japanese ne and Chinese ba. K. M. Jaszczolt and K. Turner (eds.), Meaning through Language Contrast, Vol. 2, 197-212 (with W.-Y. Lu). Pragmatics and Beyond, New Series 99. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

2001. Disukoosu moderu ni yoru fukushi no bunseki [Analysis of adverbs in a discourse framework]. M. Minami and Y. S. Alam (eds.), Linguistics and Japanese Language Education II. Tokyo: Kuroshio.




CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS: INVITED (2000--)

2011 Magirawashii bunpoo no setsumei-hoo [How to explain confusing grammar] (3-hour workshop). Canadian Association for Japanese Language Education (CAJLE), Regina University, Canada.

2010. Sakkon no nichijoo Nihongo, oyobi sono Nihongo kyooiku e no fukumi. Central Association of Teachers of Japanese (CATJ 22), Purdue University (keynote speaker).

2008. Japanese language education in the U.S., for the roundtable A new era in Japanese studies: The 1980s–1990s and beyond, ATJ-sponsored discussion in Honor of Dr. H. Miyaji (1925–2007). Association for Asian Studies (AAS), Atlanta, GA.

2008. Discussant for Prof. S. L. Thornefs plenary talk New literacies and the 21st century language learner. Central Association of Teachers of Japanese (CATJ 20), University of Wisconsin, Madison.

2007. Saikin no nichijoo Nihongo: Neitibu, non-neitibu no wakamono no keigo shiyoo o chuushin ni [Contemporary Japanese: with a focus on young native and nonnative speakersf use of honorifics]. Japanese Language Teachers of New England (JLTANE) and Northeast Council of Teachers of Japanese (NECTJ), Harvard University (keynote speaker).

2007. Teaching pragmatics in the Japanese language classroom. Colorado Japanese Language Education Association (CJLEA), University of Colorado, Boulder (keynote speaker).

2005. Chuujookyuu no Nihongo kyoojuhoo [Methods of teaching intermediate/advanced Japanese], Association of Teachers of Japanese in Southern California (ATJSC), Los Angeles (keynote speaker).

2005. Analysis of Japanese conversation and interview data. Pre-conference Workshop on Pedagogical Applications of Discourse Data: Japanese and Korean, Center for Advanced Language Proficiency Education and Research (CALPER), University of Wisconsin, Madison.

2004. Japanese language teaching: Then and now. Conference on Japan in Context, held in commemoration of the 15th Anniversary of the Japan Center for Michigan Universities (JCMU), Hikone, Japan.

2003. Ask Dr. Endo. 10th Anniversary Meeting of Delaware Valley Teachers of Japanese, Haverford College (keynote speaker).

2002. Verb-masen vs. verb-nai desu. Japanese Speech Style Shift Symposium, University of Arizona.

2001. Tag-like elements in Japanese and Chinese. East Asian Linguistics and Language Colloquium Series: Japanese Linguistics Workshop, From Discourse to Grammar: Directions in Japanese Linguistics.f Stanford University.

2000. Proficiency-oriented testing in Japanese. Northern California Association of Teachers of Japanese (NCATJ), San Francisco State University.


CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS -- REFEREED (2000--)

NOTE: ATJ: Assoc. of Teachers of Japanese; CATJ: Central Assoc. of Teachers of Japanese; EAJS: European Assoc. for Japanese Studies; ICPLJ: International Conference on Practical Linguistics of Japanese; IPrA: International Pragmatics Assoc.; MIWLA: Michigan World Language Assoc.

Forthcoming. Japanese Teacher education for the 21st century: What needs to be taught and how? MIWLA, Lansing, MI (panel organizer and chair).

Forthcoming. Tech tools for teaching Japanese: Ideas for using wikis, social media and 2.0 apps. MIWLA, Lansing, MI (with B. Cooper, D. Stark).

2011. Three uses of kata 'person' in Japanese. IPrA 12, Manchester, UK.

2011. Kata no 3-yoohoo [Three uses of kata 'person']. ICPLJ 7, San Francisco State University.

2011. CBI koosu to shite no tanpen koodoku kooza [A short story course as CBI]. Princeton Japanese Pedagogy Forum (PJPF) 18, Princeton University.

2010. Keigo deeta, oyobi sono Nihongo kyooiku e no imi-ai [Honorifics data and pedagogical implications]. International Symposium of the Japanese Association of Language Proficiency, Hakodate, Japan.

2010. Keigo 'honorifics' data and pedagogical implicaitons, for the panel Japanese honorifics and their situated meanings. ATJ, Philadelphia, PA (panel organizer and presenter).

2010. Teaching Japanese culture in the 21st century: Thematic unit 'Whofs afraid of job hunting?' MIWLA, Lansing, MI (panel organizer and presenter).

2009. Negotiating linguistic politeness in student-professor conversation in Japanese. IPrA 11, Melbourne, Australia.

2009. Nihongo nooryoku shiken 1-, 2-kyuu junbi no tame no jookyuu kooza [Advanced course for Japanese Language Proficiency Test (Levels 1 and 2) preparation]. CATJ 21, Michigan State University.

2008. Intra- and inter-cultural politeness in student-professor conversation in Japanese. International Symposium on Politeness, Research Institute for Linguistics, the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, Hungary.

2008. Setsuzokushi to shite no nanode [Nanode 'so' as a conjunctive word]. ICPLJ 6, San Francisco State University.

2008. Presence and absence of case markers in Japanese informal interviews, for the panel Usage-based approaches to grammar of Japanese. ATJ, Atlanta.

2008. An attempt to bring oral skills to the advanced level. CATJ 20, University of Wisconsin, Madison.

2007. Use and non-use of case markers in Japanese informal interviews, for the panel Usage-based approaches to grammar of Japanese. IPrA 10, Göteborg, Sweden (panel organizer and presenter).

2007. 5C jissen no Nihongo tanpen koodoku kooza (kaitei-ban) [A Course in Japanese short stories practicing the 5Cs (revised)]. ATJ, Boston.

2007. Tanpen o tooshite 'Nihon' o oshieru [Teaching 'Japan' through short stories]. CATJ 19, University of Iowa.

2006. Pragmatics-focused Japanese Language Instruction: Some Examples. Conference on Pragmatics in the Chinese, Japanese and Korean Classroom: The State of the Art, University of Hawai'i, Manoa (3-hour workshop).

2006. A multi-faceted analysis of deshoo and janai in Japanese. ICPLJ, San Francisco State University. 

2005. A reading course with a twist. EAJS, Vienna, Austria.

2005. Hi-dentouteki katakana hyooki ni yoru jooi no dentatsu [Emotivity in the non-traditional use of katakana]. 7th Annual International Conference of the Japanese Society of Language Sciences (JSLS), Sophia University, Tokyo (with Y. Sakakibara).

2005. Reading Japanese short stories: An intermediate/advanced course. Princeton Japanese Pedagogy Forum (PJPF), Princeton University.

2004. Zero-marked topics, subjects, and objects. the 14th Japanese/Korean Linguistics Conference (J/K 14), University of Arizona (with J. Kondo and Y. Sakakibara).

2004. 'Fu-hitsuyoo na' yooso o oshieru hitsuyoo [The necessity to teach the 'unnecessary' in conversation]. Princeton Japanese Pedagogy Forum (PJPF), Princeton University.

2004. Mujoshi no shudai, shugo, mokutekigo [Particle-less topic, subject and object]. ICPLJ, San Francisco State University (with J. Kondo and Y. Sakakibara).

2003. Innovative methods of teaching advanced Japanese. EAJS, Warsaw, Poland.

2003. Hanashi kotoba chuushin, kaki kotoba chuushin no 2-hondate Nihongo 4-nen koosu [A fourth-year Japanese course with a dual focus on spoken and written language], for the panel Joukyuu Nihongo: Sono kyouiku to TA shidou no kokoromi [Advanced Japanese: Instruction and TA training]. ATJ, New York (panel chair and paper presenter).

2003. Instruction for heritage learners of Japanese at MSU, for the colloquium College-level heritage learners of Chinese, Japanese and Korean.f National Council of Organizations of Less Commonly Taught Languages (NCOLCTL), UCLA. (colloquium organizer and paper presenter)

2002. Bideo o misenai bideo no kurasu [Video course that does not show video in class]. ATJ, Washington, DC.

2001. Mu-joshi no shugo, shudai [Particle-less topic and subject]. ATJ, Chicago (with J. Kondo).

2001. On Japanese ne, Chinese ba, and Korean ci. Georgetown University Round Table on Linguistics and Languages (GURT), Washington, D.C. (with W. Y. Lu, C. H. Ma, and O. S. Park)

2000. On Japanese ne and Chinese ba. 2nd International Conference in Comparative Semantics and Pragmatics, University of Cambridge, U.K.

2000. Disukoosu wakugumi ni yoru fukushi no bunseki [An analysis of adverbs in a discourse framework]. ICPLJ, San Francisco State Univerisity.



INVITED LECTURES (2000--)

2010. Confusing grammar in Japanese. Hokkaido International Foundation, Hakodate, Japan.

2010. Keigo deeta oyobi sono Nihongo kyooiku e no imi-ai [Honorifics data and pedagogical implications]. Nanzan University, Nagoya, Japan.

2008. What we don't usually say in Japanese. Hokkaido International Foundation, Hakodate, Japan.

2008. Learn Japanese through role-play practice. Hokkaido International Foundation, Hakodate, Japan.

2007. 5C jissen no Nihongo tanpen koodoku kooza [A Course in Japanese short stories practicing the 5Cs]. Nanzan University, Nagoya, Japan.

2007. 5C jissen no Nihongo tanpen koodoku kooza [A Course in Japanese short stories practicing the 5Cs]. Kansai Gaidai University, Osaka, Japan.

2007. Nihongo Kyooshi ni naru tameni [Qualifications for becoming a Japanese language Teacher]. Musashino University, Tokyo, Japan.

2007. Proficiency-oriented language instruction. Department of East Asian Languages and Civilizations, University of Colorado, Boulder.

2005. Kaiwa ni okeru 'fu-hitsuyoo na' yooso o oshieru hitsuyoo [The necessity to teach the 'unnecessary' in conversation]. Japanese Language Program/Research Center for Japanese Language Education, International Christian University, Tokyo.

2004. What we do and don't say in Japanese. Center for Japanese Studies Noon Lunch Series, University of Michigan.

2003. Nihongo de (futsuu) iwanai koto [What we don't (normally) say in Japanese]. Dept. of East Asian Studies/Distinguished Visitors Program, Haverford College.

2003. A fourth-Year Japanese course with a dual focus on speaking and writing. University of Hawai'i, Manoa.

2002. On Japanese ne, Korean ci, and Chinese ba. Duke University.

2001. Jooi fukushi no oshiekata [How to teach affective adverbs]. Tokyo Metropolitan University, Tokyo, Japan.

2000. Nihongo kyooiku ni okeru tesutingu [Testing in Japanese language education]. Japan Center for Michigan Universities (JCMU), Hikone, Japan.


OUTREACH ACTIVITIES  (2000-
present)

2000-present. Board member, Japanese Teachers Association of Michigan (JTAM).

1994-present. Consultant, Japanese Language Program, Japan Center for Michigan Universities (JCMU), Hikone, Japan.

2011. Presenter of Confusing grammar in Japanese: part 1, and moderator of the ideas and materials exchange session, MSU Workshop for Teachers of Japanese, Asian Studies Center, MSU.

2010. Presenter of Hands-on tech workshop: Thematic units, and moderator of the ideas and materials exchange session. MSU Workshop for Teachers of Japanese, Asian Studies Center, MSU.

2010. Presenter, MSU Japanese Program, meeting  on university Japanese language programs in Michigan and Ohio. Consulate General of Japan in Detroit.

2009. Member, World Language Program Review Committee, Michigan Department of Education.

2009. Presenter, An outline of the Japanese Program at MSU for the Japanese language panel discussion. Michigan Japanese Quiz Bowl, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

2008. Interpreter, 40th Anniversary of Michigan-Shiga Sister State Relationship Welcome Ceremony for Superintendents of Education from Michigan and Shiga, Japan, and the State Board President.

2008. Presenter of High school Japanese: A college student 
perspective, and moderator of the materials exchange session. MSU Workshop for Teachers of Chinese and Japanese, Asian Studies Center, MSU.

2007. Member, Standard Setting meeting, Japanese Language and Culture Content Advisory Committee for Michigan Test for Teacher Certification (MTTC), Michigan Department of Education.

2007. Member, Marker Response Selection meeting, Japanese Language and Culture Content Advisory Committee for MTTC, Michigan Department of Education.

2006. Member, Item Review meeting, Japanese Language and Culture Content Advisory Committee for MTTC, Michigan Department of Education.

2006. Presenter of Ideas for teaching Japanese folklore, and moderator of the materials exchange session. Workshop for Teachers of Chinese, Japanese and Korean, Asian Studies Center, MSU.

2004. Presenter, What we don't usually say in Japanese. Workshop for Teachers of Chinese, Japanese and Korean, Asian Studies Center, MSU.

2001-04. Judge, Michigan Japan Bowl (Divisions III and IV question writer, 2001; Division I question editor, 2004), MSU.

2003. Moderator of the material and idea exchange session. Workshop for Teachers of Chinese, Japanese and Korean, Asian Studies Center, MSU.

2002. Presenter, Keigo [honorifics]. Workshop for Teachers of Japanese and Chinese, MSU.

2001. Presenter, Giongo, gitaigo [mimetics]. Workshop for Teachers of Japanese and Chinese, MSU.

2001. Presenter, Kotowaza to kanyooku [proverbs and idioms].  Workshop for Teachers of Japanese and Chinese, MSU.

2001. Participant, Conference on Japanese Language Teacher Certification, Alliance of Associations of Teachers of Japanese, Japan Foundation Los Angeles Language Center.

2000. Judge, Michigan Japan Bowl. Clarkston High School, Michigan.



MEETINGS ORGANIZED (2003--)

2001-present. MSU Workshop for Teachers of Japanese (co-organizer), Asian Studies Center, MSU.

2008-09. 21st Conference of the Central Association of Teachers of  Japanese (CATJ 21), MSU.

2004-06. International Conference on Japanese Language Education (ICJLE; Steering Committee member/Program Committee Chair) , Columbia University.

2001-04. Michigan Japan Quiz Bowl, competition for secondary school students (co-organizer), MSU.

2003. 13th Japanese/Korean Linguistics Conference, MSU.

2003. Japanese Linguistics Institute, Linguistics Society of America (LSA) Summer Institute, MSU.

2003. 2nd Biannual Workshop in Japanese Discourse and Pragmatics, MSU.






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