Dr Hanako Fujino

Senior Lecturer in Japanese Language and Linguistics

Teaching

Undergraduate

  • U63012 Japanese 2 A
  • U63013 Japanese 2 B
  • U63074 Japanese Translation: Theory and Practice
  • U63076 Japanese 4
  • U63077 Advanced Japanese Communication (Honours Component)

Research

  • Hanako Fujino’s principal research interests are:
  • Second Language Acquisition of Japanese nominal modifying constructions
  • Second Language Acquisition of Japanese particles
  • Japanese Language Teaching within CEFR
  • Translation studies

Conferences

Conferences organised (as member of the organizing committee)

  • ‘The 1st Symposium of the Association of Japanese Language Teachers in Spain’, hosted by the Japan Foundation, Madrid Spain, 18-19th June 2010.
  • ‘The 2nd Symposium of the Association of Japanese Language Teachers in Spain’, hosted by the Japan Foundation, Barcelona Spain, 28-29th June 2012.
  • ‘The 17th Symposium on Japanese Language Education in Europe’, hosted by the Japan Foundation, Madrid Spain, 5-7th September 2013.

 

Hanako completed her PhD, La adquisición de los modificadores nominales del japonés por hablantes no nativos at Complutense University of Madrid in 2011. After lecturing Japanese at Comillas Pontifical University in Madrid, Japan Foundation Cultural Centre in Madrid, National Distance Education University, among others, she joined Brookes in 2013 as Lecturer in Japanese Language and Linguistics.

Currently she teaches language modules within the Japanese Program. Other than language teaching, she specializes in Second Language Acquisition of Japanese. She also has experience as translator and interpreter of Spanish-Japanese, and has served as language advisor in official examinations. Her dissertation was published in 2013 by Cambridge Scholars Publishing under the title, The Acquisition of Nominal Modifying Constructions in Japanese.

Publications

  • Books
  • Book chapters

Books

  • The Acquisition of Nominal Modifying Constructions in Japanese. Cambridge Scholars Publishing. Cambridge, UK. ISBN 978-1-4438-4751-3

Book chapters

  • Fujino, Hanako and Tetsuya Sano. ‘Aspects of the Null Object Phenomenon in Child Spanish.’, in The Acquisition of Spanish Morphosyntax, Ana Teresa Pérez-Leroux and Juana Muñoz Liceras (eds.), (Dordrecht: Kluwer, 2002), pp. 67-88.