Dr. phil. Martine Robbeets

1990-1992 Studium der Medizin an der Reichsuniversität Antwerpen
1991 Erste "Kandidaat"-Prüfung in Medizin
1992-1996 Studium der Japanologie an der Katholischen Universität Leuven
1994 "Kandidaat"-Prüfung in Japanologie
1996 "Lizentiat"-Prüfung in Japanologie
1995-1998 Studium der Koreanistik an der Universität Leiden
1998 "Doctoraal"-Prüfung in Koreanistik
1998-2003 Assistentin am Seminar für Vergleichende Sprachwissenschaft, Leiden
2003 Doktorprüfung zur Frage "Is Japanese related to the Altaic languages?" Betreuer: Prof. Dr. F. Kortlandt (Leiden)
2004-2005 Forschungsstipendiatin der Canon Europe Stiftung am Seminar für Sprachwissenschaft der Universität Tokyo
2005-2006 Forschungsstipendiatin der Japan Foundation am Seminar für Sprachwissenschaft der Universität Tokyo
2006-2007 Forschungsstipendiatin der Alexander von Humboldt-Stiftung am Seminar für Orientkunde der Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz
2007-2008 Lehrstuhlvertreterin am Institut für allgemeine und vergleichende Sprachwissenschaft der Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz
2008 Forschungsstipendiatin der Alexander von Humboldt-Stiftung am Seminar für Orientkunde der Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz
2009-2012 Zurückkehrmandat für Wissenschaftler im Ausland der belgischen Föderalen Wissenschaftspolitik an der Subfakultät für Sprachwissenschaft der Katholischen Universität Leuven
2010-2013 DFG (Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft) Projekt "Die transeurasiatischen Sprachen: Kontakt in der Familie" am Seminar für Orientkunde und am Institut für allgemeine und vergleichende Sprachwissenschaft der Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz

Publikationen

ROBBEETS, M. I. (2000). Etymological evidence for the value of the Middle Korean triangle grapheme. Studia Etymologica Cracoviensia 5.97-132.
ROBBEETS, M. I. (2000). A Palatal Nasal Genitive in Altaic? Proceedings of the Second International Conference on distant language relationship, Moscow, May 2000.
ROBBEETS, M. I. (2002). Japanese-Altaic: a State of the Art. Preceedings of the Oxford University Workshop on Japanese Linguistics.
ROBBEETS, M. I. (2003). Grammaticalization or external explanation? Etymologies for the OJ modal auxiliaries and the OJ -mi1 gerund. Proceedings of the 2nd Conference on Japanese Linguistics and LanguageTeaching, Napels, Italy. 397-419.
ROBBEETS, M. I. (2003). Is Japanese an Altaic Language? Preceedings of the Linguistic Databases and Linguistic Taxonomy Workshop, Santa Fe, New Mexico.
ROBBEETS, M. I. (2003). Drie Leidse Stellingen over Taalverwantschap. Forum der Letteren 3.6-7
ROBBEETS, M. I. (2004). Swadesh 100 on Japanese, Korean and Altaic. Tokyo University Linguistic Papers, TULIP 23. 99-118. [article as pdf]
ROBBEETS, M. I. (2004). 「ユーラシア言語史の現在」についてのコメント (Comments on "Eurasian linguistic history at present") Research Report of the Institute for Nature and Humanities, Kyoto, Japan. (7 S. in Japanese)
ROBBEETS, M. I. (2004). Basic vocabulary and the Japanese-Altaic question. Researches on Endangered Altaic Languages. Proceedings of the 6th Seoul International Altaic Conference. SIAC 6.43-62
ROBBEETS, M. I. (2004). Belief or argument? The classification of the Japanese language. Studies in Old Eurasian Languages Newsletter 8.2-7.
ROBBEETS, M. I. (2005). Does Doerfer's Zufall mean 'cognate'? The case of the initial velar correspondence in Altaic. Turkic Languages 8. 146-178
ROBBEETS, M. I. (2005). Some Comments on Japanese-Koguryoic comparative historical linguistics. Proceedings of The International Conference on the Language(s) of Koguryo and the Reconstruction of Old Korean and Neighboring Languages. Hamburg, Germany (12 S.)
ROBBEETS, M. I. (2005). Obituary Sergei Starostin. Turkic Languages 9. 1-8.
ROBBEETS, M. I. (2005). Is Japanese Related to Korean, Tungusic, Mongolic and Turkic? (Turcologica 64.) Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz. (975 S.)
ROBBEETS, M. I. (2006). Conference report of "The International Conference on the Language(s) of Koguryo and the Reconstruction of Old Korean and Neighboring Languages" held in Hamburg on September 23-24, 2005 Journal of Inner and East Asian Studies 3.1-7 (im Druck)
ROBBEETS, M. I. (2006). If Japanese is Altaic, then why is it so simple?. In: Evidence and Counter-evidence, Festschrift F. Kortlandt, Volume I. SSGL 32 & 33, Amsterdam: Rodopi.
ROBBEETS, M. I. (2007) Koguryo as a Missing Link. In: Breuker, Remco (ed.) 2007. Korea in the Middle. Festschrift for Boudewijn Walraven. Leiden: CNWS, 118-141. [article as pdf]
ROBBEETS, M. I. (2007). How the actional suffix chain connects Japanese to Altaic. Turkic Languages 11, vol 1.3-58. [article as pdf]
ROBBEETS, M. I. (2007). The causative-passive in the Trans-Eurasian languages. Turkic Languages 11, vol 2.235-278. [article as pdf]
ROBBEETS, M. I. (2007). Review of Boikova, Elena V. & Rybakov, Rostislav B. (2006). Kinship in the Altaic world. Proceedings of the 48th PIAC. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz. Turkic languages 11.vol2.284-292.
ROBBEETS, M. I. (2008) The development of passive morphology in Korean. In: Current Issues in Unity and Diversity of Languages. Collection of the papers selected from the CIL 18, Korea University Seoul. July 21-26, 2008. [article as pdf]
ROBBEETS, M. I. (2008). If Japanese is Altaic, how can it be so simple? In: Lubotsky, Alexander; Schaeken, Jos & Wiedenhof, Jeroen (eds.) 2006. Evidence and Counter-evidence, Essays in Honour of Frederik Kortlandt. Volume 2: General Linguistics. (Studies in Slavic and General Linguistics 33.) Amsterdam : Rodopi, 337-367. [article as pdf]
ROBBEETS, M. I. (2009) Insubordination in Altaic. Journal of Philology 31. Ural-Altaic Studies 1, 61-79. [article as pdf]
ROBBEETS, M. I. (2009). Review of Whitman, John & Frellesvig, Bjarke (eds.) 2008. Proto-Japanese: Issues and prospects. (Current issues in Linguistic Theory 294.) New York: Benjamins. Journal of language relationship 2, 144-150. [article as pdf]
ROBBEETS, M. I. (2009). Review of Veit, Veronika (ed.) (2007). The role of Women in the Altaic World. (Asiatische Forschungen 152). Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz. Turkic languages 13.1, 144-149.
ROBBEETS, M. I. (2009) Review of Maezono, Kyoko (2007). Intransitiv-, Transitiv-, Kausativ- und Passivverben im Mandschu und Mongolischen. (Tunguso-Sibirica 17) Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz. Turkic languages 13.1. 281-289.
ROBBEETS, M. I. (2009) Review of Maezono, Kyoko. (2007). Verbbildungs-Suffixe im Mandschu und Mongolischen. (Tunguso-Sibirica 18) Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz. Turkic languages 13.1. 281-289.
JOHANSON, L. & ROBBEETS, M. I. (eds.) (2010). Transeurasian verbal morphology in a comparative perspective: genealogy, contact, chance. (Turcologica 78) Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz.
ROBBEETS, M. I. (2010) Transeurasian: Can verbal morphology end the controversy? In: Johanson, Lars & Robbeets, Martine (eds.) (2010). Transeurasian verbal morphology in a comparative perspective: genealogy, contact, chance. (Turcologica 78) Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 81-114 [article as pdf]
ROBBEETS, M. I. (2010). The historical comparison of Japanese, Korean and the Trans-Euras
ian languages. Revista Linguistica 81, 261-287.
ROBBEETS, M. I. (2010) Samuel Martin (1924-2009). Journal of Philology 31. Ural-Altaic Studies 2, 122-124
ROBBEETS, M. I. Japanese linguistics: text in the city. In: Siahaya, Corrie & Westgeest, Helen (eds.) 2010. Making Research Visible to the World. Canon Fellows Anniversary Book. Amsterdam: Canon Foundation.
ROBBEETS, M. I. (2010). Transeurasian: Can verbal morphology end the controversy? In: Johanson, Lars & Robbeets, Martine (eds.) 2010. Transeurasian verbal morphology in a comparative perspective: genealogy, contact, chance. (Turcologica 78.) Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 81-114
ROBBEETS, M. I. (2010). The ‘intimate’ parts of Altaic: two velar verb suffixes. In: Boeschoten, Hendrik & Rentzsch, Julian (eds.) 2010. Turcology in Mainz. (Turcologica 82.) Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 225-238.
JOHANSON, L. & ROBBEETS, M. I. (2012). Bound morphology in common: copy or cognate? In: Johanson, Lars & Robbeets, Martine (eds.) (2012). Copies vs. cognates in bound morphology. (Brill’s Studies in Language, Cognition and Culture.) Leiden: Brill, 3-22.
ROBBEETS, M. I. (2012) Shared verb morphology in the Transeurasian languages: copy or cognate? In: Johanson, Lars & Robbeets, Martine (eds.) (2012). Copies vs. cognates in bound morphology. (Brill’s Studies in Language, Cognition and Culture.) Leiden: Brill, 427-446.
JOHANSON, L. & ROBBEETS, M. I. (eds.) (2012). Copies versus cognates in bound morphology. (Brill’s Studies in Language, Cognition and Culture 3.) Leiden: Brill.
ROBBEETS, M. I. & CUYCKENS, H. (eds.) (im Druck) with Shared Grammaticalization. (Studies in Language Companion Series.) Amsterdam: Benjamins.
ROBBEETS, M. I. (im Druck). Towards a typology of shared grammaticalization. In: Robbeets, Martine & Cuyckens, Hubert (eds.) Shared grammaticalization. (Studies in Language Companion Series) Amsterdam: Benjamins.
ROBBEETS, M. I. (im Druck). Genealogically motivated grammaticalization. In Robbeets & Cuyckens (eds.) Shared grammaticalization. (Studies in Language Companion Series) Amsterdam: Benjamins.
ROBBEETS, M. I. (im Druck) Transeurasian: a linguistic continuum between Japan and Europe. In: Ureland, Sture (ed.) Innner and Global Eurolinguistics (Series in Eurolinguistics 8.) Berlin: Logos Verlag.
ROBBEETS, M. I. (im Druck). Verbal copies and cognates in Altaic. In: Csato, Éva , Menz, Astrid & KarakoÇ, Birsel (eds.). The Uppsala Meeting. (Turcologica.) Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz.
ROBBEETS, M. I. (im Erscheinen). Japanese and the Transeurasian verb system. (Typological Studies in Language) Berlin: Mouton-De Gruyter.
ROBBEETS, M. I. (im Erscheinen). Waar komt het Japans vandaan? (Licht op Japan Serie) Amsterdam: University Press.
ROBBEETS, M. I. (im Erscheinen). The development of finiteness in the Transeurasian languages. Bisang & Wiemer (eds.) Clausal complementation Strategies, Linguistics special issue.
ROBBEETS, M. I. (im Erscheinen). Japanese, Korean and the Transeurasian languages: Area and family. In: Hickey, Raymond (ed.) The Cambridge handbook of areal linguistics (Cambridge Handbooks in Language and Linguistics.) Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
ROBBEETS, M. I. (im Erscheinen). Insubordination and the establishment of genealogical relationship. In: Evans, Nicholas & Watanabe, Honore (eds.) Dynamics of insubordination. (Typological Studies in Language.) Amsterdam: Benjamins
ROBBEETS, M. I. (im Erscheinen). Denominal verbalizers in the Transeurasian languages:borrowed or inherited? In: Nino Amiridze, Peter Arkadiev and Francesco Gardani. Borrowed morphology. (Language Contact and Bilingualism.) The Hague: Mouton De Gruyter
ROBBEETS, M. I. (im Erscheinen). Paradigm change in the Transeurasian languages. In: Kazuha Watanabe (ed.) Paradigm change in the East Asian languages. (Typological Studies in Language.)Amsterdam: Benjamins
ROBBEETS, M. I. (im Erscheinen). Vertical and horizontal transmission in linguistic prehistory. In: Suleimenov, Olzhas (ed.) Great migrations: Asia to America. New York: UNESCO.
ROBBEETS, M. I. (im Erscheinen). Review of Róna-Tas, András & Berta, àrpad 2011. West Old Turkic. Turkic loanwords in Hungarian. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz. Turkic languages
ROBBEETS, M. I. (im Erscheinen). Review of Osterkamp, Sven 2011. Nicht-monosyllabische Phonogramme im Altjapanischen. Kritische Bestandsaufnahme, Auswertung und Systematisierung der Fälle vom Typ oñgana. (Veröffentlichungen des Ostasien-Instituts der Ruhr-Universität Bochum 60). Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz. Cahiers de Linguistique - Asie Orientale
ROBBEETS, M. I. (im Erscheinen). Review of De Rachewiltz, Igor & Rybatzki, Volker. 2010. ‪Introduction to Altaic Philology: ‪Turkic, Mongolian, Manchu. (Handbook of Oriental Studies. Section 8 Uralic & Central Asian Studies 20.) Leiden: Brill. Turkic languages

Lehrveranstaltungen

Vorlesung Typologie und Genealogie der Trans-eurasiatischen Sprachen (2 SWS; ECTS: 3)
University of Mainz, Sprachwissenschaft 2007-2008

Seminar Historisch Vergleichende Sprachwissenschaft (2 SWS; ECTS: 3)
University of Mainz, Sprachwissenschaft 2007-2008

Seminar Einführung in die kritische Altaistik (2 SWS; ECTS: 3)
University of Mainz, Orientkunde 2006-2007

Proseminar Strukturkurs Japanisch (2 SWS; ECTS: 3)
University of Mainz, Sprachwissenschaft 2007-2008

Proseminar Strukturkurs Koreanisch (2 SWS; ECTS: 3)
University of Mainz, Sprachwissenschaft 2007-2008

Satsuma Lehrstuhl (ECTS: 6)
Comparatieve en contrastieve Taalkunde van het Japans
University of Leuven, Japanologie 2009-2010

Vergelijkende taalkunde (ECTS: 6)
University of Leuven, Sprachwissenschaft 2009-2010, 2010-2011

Satsuma Lehrstuhl Inleiding tot de Linguà¯stiek van het Japans (ECTS: 6)
University of Leuven, Japanologie 2009

Sommerschule Contrastieve stylistiek van het Nederlands en het Japans.
Lessius Institute, Antwerpen 2009

Teamteaching Japanse Kultuurkunde (ECTS: 4)
University of Leuven, Japanologie 2009-2010, 2010-2011

Vorlesung The Japanese affiliation debate
University of Tokyo, Dept. Linguistics 2004-2005

Heutige Forschungsprojekte

"Grammaticalization in Japanese and the Transeurasian languages" (Belgische Föderale Wissenschaftspolitik)

"Die transeurasiatischen Sprachen: Kontakt in der Familie" (Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft)

Organisation von Workshops

University of Mainz 2008, with Lars Johanson
Verbal morphology and the historical comparison of the Trans-Eurasian languages

Vilnius SLE 34 2011, with Lars Johanson
Bound morphology in common: copy or cognate? (http://www.flf.vu.lt/sle2010/workshops)

National Museum of Ethnology, Osaka, 2011, with John Whitman and
Ritsuko Kikusawa.
Symposium Historical Linguistics in the Asia-Pacific Region and the Position of Japanese.
(http://www.minpaku.ac.jp/past/english/research/activity/news/rm/110730/110730.html)

University of Leuven 2011, with Master Students Japanese Studies
Tweede dag van de Japanse Taalkunde.

University of Leuven 2011, with Hubert Cuyckens
Grammaticalization in the Transeurasian languages
(http://mill.arts.kuleuven.be/gramm/)

University of Mainz, 2013, with Walter Bisang.
Symposium Paradigm change in historical reconstruction. (http://www.marumaru.eu/Paradigm_change_in_historical_reconstruction__the_Transeurasian_languages_and_beyond/HOME.html)

Link

http://wwwling.arts.kuleuven.be/fll/mrobbeets/

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