Yoko Iyeiri’s most up-to-date homepage


  • The Hakubi Project news, Kyoto University — For the call for applications for the global type of appointment (researchers in all areas) , see this page. (16 December 2020)
  • Newly published — Yoko Iyeiri and Mitsumi Uchida. 2020. “Describing the process of lexical borrowing: intend and other related words in late Middle English”. Kwansei Gakuin University School of Sociology Journal 135: 57-69. (November 2020)
  • JAECS 2020, 46th Annual Conference, 3-4 OCTOBER 2020 — Moriya Akira and myself persented the following paper: “The Be/Have-Perfect in 19th-Century American English: A Corpus-Based Analysis of Some Missionary Documents in Hawaii”. The conference site is open to the public (with registration) for at least six months. (10 October 2020)
  • Newly published — Watanabe, Ayano and Yoko Iyeiri. 2020. “Explaining the Variability of Adjective Comparatives and Superlatives: Entering the Twenty-first Century”. Word 66(2): 71-97. (June 2020)
  • Newly published — “So-called –ingly adverbs in Late Middle and Early Modern English”, in Corpora and the Changing Society: Studies in the evolution of English, ed. Paula Rautionaho, Arja Nurmi, and Juhani Klemola, pp. 199-222. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. (April 2020)
  • ICAME 41, Heidelberg — will move to the digital platform
  • HiSoN 2020 at Erlangen — Cancelled due to the coronavirus outbreak
  • Newly published — Iyeiri, Yoko. 2020. “Selected Authors’ Writings in the Early Modern English Period and the Historical Development of Always“. Memoirs of the Faculty of Letters, Kyoto University 59: 295-307. (March 2020)
  • “Pepysian Meditations on the Passion of Christ: Its Editorial Procedures Revisited”, presented at the Special Symposium: Editing and the Interpretation of Texts: Past, Present and Future Practices, the 35th Congress of the Japan Society for Medieval English Studies, 30 November 2019, Tokyo Future University. (December 2019)
  • Newly published — Pepysian Meditations on the Passion of Christ: Edited from Cambridge, Magdalene College, MS Pepys 2125, ed. Mayumi Taguchi and Yoko Iyeiri (Universitaetsverlag, Heidelberg, 2019) (May 2019)