V. Muehleisen's Publications and Presentations

Publications

  • Muehleisen, Victoria and Maho Isono. 2009. Antonymous Adjectives in Japanese Discouse. Journal of Pragmatics. Volume 41, Issue 11, 2185-2203.
  • Muehleisen, Victoria. 2007. The Waseda-Colorado Bilingual Cross-Cultural Exchange Project, 2001 to 2007. Information Communication Technology Practice & Research. 69-84.
  • Muehleisen, Victoria. 2006. Introducing the SILS Learners' Corpus: A Tool for Writing Curriculum Development. Waseda Global Forum , No. 3. 119-125. (Available on-line here.)
  • Muehleisen, Victoria and Tsutumo Shioda. 2005. Politics and Pedagogy in a Cross-borders Project. Pages 295 to 310 in Education Across Borders: Philosophy, Policy, and Pedagogy - New Paradigms and Challenges. Editors: Malcolm F. Field and James Fegan. Tokyo: Waseda University Media-Mix Co, Ltd.
  • Muehleisen, Victoria. 1999. Selecting and Using Internet Material in University English Classes. [email protected] Japan, Volume 8/3, October 1999, 11-16. JALT CALL SIG (Japan Association of Language Teachers Computer Assisted Language Learning Special Interest Group).
  • Muehleisen, Victoria. 1998. Motivating Language Learning through E-mail Exchange. In Paul Lewis, ed. Teachers, Learners, and Computers: Exploring Relationships in CALL, 69-74. Nagoya, Japan: Chubu Nihon Kyouiku Bunkakai.
  • Muehleisen, Victoria. 1998. Why isn't little the opposite of large? Antonymy and Semantic Range. Proceedings of the 24th LACUS Forum, 216-26. Toronto, Canada: York University. An abstract of this paper is available here.)It is based on one chapter of my dissertation, which is also available on-line in HTML and PDF form.
  • Fegan, James, Victoria Muehleisen, and Kenneth Cole. 1998. Your Way -- A powerful 3-component CALL "tool" for working with words. ILT Forum 8. Tokyo, Japan: Institute of Language Teaching, Waseda University.
  • Muehleisen, Victoria. 1997. English via the Internet: Using the Internet in University Classes. In Paul Lewis and Shiozawa Tadashi, eds. CALL: Basics and beyond: The proceedings of the Second Annual JALT CALL N-SIG Conference. 37-40. Nagoya, Japan: Chubu Nihon.
  • Muehleisen, Victoria. 1997. Projects Using the Internet In College English Classes. Internet-TESL Journal Vol. III, No. 6, June 1997.
  • Muehleisen, Victoria and Mutsumi Imai 1997.Transitivity and the Incorporation of Ground Information in Japanese Path Verbs. In Keedong Lee, Eve Sweester and Marjolijn Verspoor, eds., Lexical and Syntactical Constructions and the Construction of Meaning, 329-346. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  • Muehleisen, Victoria. 1992. The Pragmatics of no desu Constructions. Northwestern University Working Papers in Linguistics, vol. 4.

PRESENTATIONS

  • University students' recognition and use of strings in L2 writing. A presentation with Sean Wray at the Pan Pacific Association of Applied Linguistics 2009 Conference, Kyoto.
  • Avoiding Plagiarism: University Students' Recognition of Non-formulaic Language Presentation at the JALT (Japan Association of Language Teachers) 33rd Annual International Conference on Language Teaching and Learning, National Olympics Memorial Youth Center, Tokyo. November 23, 2007. (The handout is available on-line here (Word doc format).)
  • Introducing the SILS Learner Corpus. A presentation at From Corpus Design to Data Interpretation: Summer SchoolAUniversite catholique de LouvainALouvain-la-Neuve, Belgium. September 11, 2007. (The PowerPoint is available on-line here.)
  • Enhancing Communication and Cultural Understanding Among JFL Learners. A presentation with Hideko Shimizu of the University of Colorado at Boulder, at the International Conference on Japanese Language EducationANew York. August 5, 2006. (The PowerPoint is available on-line here.)
  • Creating a Community through Asynchronous Communication: Blogging vs. E-mail. A presentation with Hideko Shimizu of the University of Colorado at Boulder, at the ‚P‚Pth Conference of Pan-Pacific Association of Applied Linguistics, Kangwon National Chuncheon, South KoreaDPublished on-line in on-line at the Proceedings of the 11th Conference of PAAL.
  • Individuation of Abstract Nouns in a Language Lacking Overt Count/Mass Marking: The Case of Japanese. Presentation of research conducted with Mutsumi Imai at the 8th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference at the University of La Rioja, Spain, July 20-25, 2003.
  • Cyber-Learning Exchange between Waseda and Utah: A Content-Based Approach to Learning English, (presentation of research conducted with Tsutomu Shioda and Hideki Ohno of Waseda) at the 7th Conference of Pan-Pacific Association of Applied Linguistics in Singapore, December 8-10, 2002.
  • Writing to Communicate: Using E-Mail Penpals to Cross Borders.Co-presented with Kristin Helland at the Second Pan-Asian Conference: Teaching English: Asian Contexts and Cultures, sponsored by Korea TESOL, JALT, and Thailand TESOL, in Seoul, Korea, on October 1-3, 1999. The handout is available here.
  • An International E-mail and Video Exchange Project. The JACET 37th Annual Convention, Shujitsu Women's University, Okayama, Japan, September 12, 1998.
  • Why isn't little the opposite of large? Antonymy and Semantic Range. Presented at the 24th LACUS Forum, and published in the Proceedings of the 24th LACUS Forum, 216-26. Toronto, Canada: York University. (An abstract of this paper is available here. It is based on one chapter of my dissertation, which is also available on-line in HTML and PDF form.)
  • Making an interesting and useful teacher's web page. A workshop at the JALT CALL: Human Connections conference at the Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Technology, May 30, 1998. (A ersion of the handout is available here.)
  • Organizing e-mail exchanges.Presentation at JALT CALL: Human Connections conference at the Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Technology, May 31, 1998. (A version of the handout is available here.)
  • A study of antonymy in English using corpus data: The case of big, little, large, and small. 1997 Meeting of the English Language and Literature Society of Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan. December 13, 1997.
  • Using the Internet to teach language and culture: Making a class web page. 36th Annual JACET Convention, Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan. September 5-7, 1997.(An on-line version of this presentation is available.)
  • What is 'hard' about the 'hard sciences'? An investigation of the extended meanings of 'hard' and 'soft'. 4th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference, Vrije University, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. July 14-19, 1997. (A version of this poster is available on-line.)
  • Making a Movie in English: A Cross-Cultural Exchange Project. Japanese Association of College English Teachers 35th Annual Convention. Otani University, Kyoto, Japan. September, 1996.