Teaching Professor of Japanese
Kumiko Tsuji was born and raised in Tokyo, Japan. After graduating from Sophia University in Tokyo, she obtained her MA in English (TESOL) from California State University and her PhD in theoretical linguistics from Georgetown University. The focus of her research is Japanese syntax, particularly the structure of Japanese noun phrases in comparison to other languages.
Dr. Tsuji has taught Japanese at various institutions, including New York University, the University of Arkansas, and the US Naval Academy in Annapolis. In Japan, she taught Japanese to college students from all over the world, and she also taught English grammar and reading to Japanese college students.
- Living Language Complete Japanese: The Basics Published by Living Language, Random House,
New York, NY, August 2008.
- Living Language Japanese, Complete Edition: Beginner Through Advanced Course, co-authored with Mamori Sugita Hughes Published by Living Language, Random House, New York, NY, 2012.
Related Schools & Departments
Ph.D.,Theoretical Linguistics, Georgetown University
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