David Y. Oshima, Ph.D.

Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
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Ivan A. Sag grad student 2006 Stanford
 (Perspectives in reported discourse.)
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Oshima DY, Akita K, Sano S. (2019) Gradability, scale structure, and the division of labor between nouns and adjectives: The case of Japanese Glossa. 4: 41
Schwarz B, Oshima DY, Simonenko A. (2019) Factive islands from necessary blocking Semantics and Linguistic Theory. 29: 529-548
Nambu S, Hwang HK, Oshima DY, et al. (2018) The nominative/accusative alternation in Japanese and information structure Journal of East Asian Linguistics. 27: 141-171
Hayashi M, Oshima DY. (2017) Graded (metric) tenses in embedded clauses: The case of South Baffin Inuktitut Semantics and Linguistic Theory. 27: 134-152
Oshima DY, McCready E. (2017) Anaphoric demonstratives and mutual knowledge Natural Language and Linguistic Theory. 35: 801-837
Oshima DY. (2016) The meanings of perspectival verbs and their implications on the taxonomy of projective content/conventional implicature Semantics and Linguistic Theory. 26: 43-60
Oshima DY. (2014) On the morphological status of -te, -ta, and related forms in Japanese: Evidence from accent placement Journal of East Asian Linguistics. 23: 233-265
Oshima DY. (2011) On the interpretation of toki-clauses: Beyond the absolute/relative dichotomy Journal of East Asian Linguistics. 20: 1-32
Oshima DY. (2009) Between being wise and acting wise: A hidden conditional in some constructions with propensity adjectives Journal of Linguistics. 45: 363-393
Oshima DY. (2007) Syntactic direction and obviation as empathy-based phenomena: A typological approach Linguistics. 45: 727-763
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