Mayumi Taguchi & Yoko Iyeiri (eds.), Pepysian Meditations on the Passion of Christ: Edited from Cambridge, Magdalene College, MS Pepys 2125 (Universitätsverlag Winter, 2019)
We have edited the second item in MS Pepys 2125 at Magdalene College, Cambridge in this volume. This book includes a substantial introduction discussing the textual tradition of the Meditations on the Passion of Christ and its language.
Mitsumi Uchida, Yoko Iyeiri & Lawrence Schourup (eds.), Language Contact and Variation in the History of English (Kaitakusha, 2017)
Language Contact and Variation in the History of English is the 7th volume of the series, Studies in the History of the English Language. It is a booklet series of the Japanese Association for Studies in the History of the English Language, which was founded in 1999 by Professor Matsuji Tajima at Kyushu University.
Yoko Iyeiri & Jennifer Smith (eds.), Studies in Middle and Modern English: Historical Change (Osaka Books, 2014)
We had the second MMECL: Middle and Modern English Corpus Linguistics in Osaka in 2011. This is one of the two volumes of the proceedings of MMECL 2, both published in the series of Studies in the History of the English Language.
Yoshiyuki Nakao & Yoko Iyeiri (eds.), Chaucer’s Language: Cognitive Perspectives (Osaka Books, 2013)
Chaucer’s Language: Cognitive Perspective, which has been edited by Yoshiyuki Nakao and Yoko Iyeiri, includes six papers on Chaucer and cognition written by Japanese Chaucerians and Middle English specialists.
Manfred Markus, Yoko Iyeiri, Reinhard Heuberger, & Emil Chamson (eds.), Middle and Modern English Corpus Linguistics: A Multi-dimensional Approach (John Benjamins, 2012)
The conference, MMECL: Middle and Modern English Corpus Linguistics, held at the University of Innsbruck in 2009, was an excellent occasion, where we discussed various issues on historical corpora and variation and change of the English language from Middle to Modern English. This volume, edited by the conference organizers, includes selected papers presented at this conference.
Yoko Iyeiri, Verbs of Implicit Negation and their Complements in the History of English (John Benjamins, 2010)
This books describes the eleven English verbs forbid, refuse, forbear, avoid, prohibit, prevent, hinder, refrain, fear, doubt, deny and their complementation from the historical perspective. The verbs have experienced the decline of that-clauses and the rise of various complement forms in the history of English.
Yoko Iyeiri (ed.), Aspects of English Negation (John Benjamins, 2005)
Aspects of English Negation originates from the symposium “English Negative Constructions Revisited”, which was held at Seikei University, Tokyo, on the occasion of the 75th General Meeting of the English Literary Society of Japan.
Yoko Iyeiri & Margaret Connolly (eds.), And gladly wolde he lerne and gladly teche: Essays on Medieval English Presented to Professor Matsuji Tajima on his Sixtieth Birthday (Kaibunsha, 2002)
This is a festschrift edited by Yoko Iyeiri and Margaret Connolly for Professor Matsuji Tajima, Kyushu University. A number of scholars in the world, including his friends and students have contributed articles to this volume.
Yoko Iyeiri, Negative Constructions in Middle English (Kyushu University Press, 2001)
Negative Constructions in Middle English derives from my Ph.D. thesis submitted to the University of St Andrews in 1992 (“Negative Constructions in Selected Middle English Verse Texts”). While the thesis discusses Middle English negation on the basis of selected verse texts, this book explores additional Middle English texts mainly written in prose.