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					                                           Curriculum Vitae
                                             JI WON LEE
   609 Baldy Hall                                                                 jiwonlee@buffalo.edu
   Department of Linguistics                                                        Office: 601 Baldy Hall
   University at Buffalo                                                         Phone: (716) 645 0113
   Buffalo, NY 14260                                              http://www.acsu.buffalo.edu/~jiwonlee

EDUCATION
2008-Present   Ph.D. Candidate (Degree expected: September, 2014)
               Department of Linguistics
               University at Buffalo-SUNY
               Qualifying paper title: ‘On the Development of much as Negative Polarity Item’ (Completed:
               January 2012)
               QP advisor: David Fertig
2006-2008      MA in English Linguistics
               Department of English Language & Literature, Seoul National University, Korea
               Thesis title: A Corpus-based Study of Forþam þe and Because: From Old to Early Modern English
2000-2004      BA in English Language & Literature, Summa cum Laude
               Department of English Language & Literature, Seoul National University
2003           Visiting Student, Deans List, University of Washington-Seattle

GRANTS AND AWARDS
2013        Help a Linguist Fund (HALF), Graduate Linguistics Association, University at Buffalo
2012        Graduate Student Travel Fund, Department of Linguistics, University at Buffalo
2012        Help a Linguist Fund (HALF), Graduate Linguistics Association, University at Buffalo
2011        Graduate Student Travel Fund, Department of Linguistics, University at Buffalo
2010        Graduate Student Summer Research Fund, Department of Linguistics, University at Buffalo
2008-2012   Presidential Fellowship, Department of Linguistics, University at Buffalo-SUNY
2007        Award for Outstanding Paper, Department of English Language & Literature, Seoul National
            University
2006-2008   Graduate Student Instructor (GSI), Research and Scholarship Fund, Seoul National University
2000-2004   Scholarship for Academic Excellence, Seoul National University

TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Spring2013   Instructor, LIN108 The Roots of English
             Department of Linguistics, University at Buffalo-SUNY
Fall2012     Instructor, KOR101 First Year First Semester Korean
             Department of Linguistics, University at Buffalo-SUNY
Spring2012   Instructor, KOR302 Third Year Second Semester Korean
             Department of Linguistics, University at Buffalo-SUNY
Fall2011     TA for Dr. Van Valin’s LIN108 The Roots of English
             Department of Linguistics, University at Buffalo-SUNY
Spring2011   TA for Dr. Zubin’s LIN207 Language, Society and Individual
             Department of Linguistics, University at Buffalo-SUNY
Fall2010     Instructor, KOR211 Korean Language and Culture, Korean Language Program, Department of
             Linguistics, University at Buffalo-SUNY
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Spring2010      Instructor, KOR211 Korean Language and Culture, Korean Language Program, Department of
                Linguistics, University at Buffalo-SUNY
Spring2009      TA for Dr.Chaves’ LIN205A Introduction to Linguistic Analysis
                Department of Linguistics, University at Buffalo-SUNY
Fall2008        TA for Dr. Fertig’s LIN414 History of the English Language
                Department of Linguistics, University at Buffalo-SUNY
Fall2007        Lecturer, English for Freshmen Business Majors
                Seoul National University
PUBLICATIONS
Book Chapter: reviewed
2008           Lee, Ji Won. ‘On the Development of because: A Corpus-based Study’. in Amano,
               Masachiyo. Ogura, Michiko. and Ohkado, Masayuki (eds.). Historical Englishes in
               Varieties of Texts and Contexts. The Global COE Program, International Conference
               2007. 325-334. Peter Lang: Frankfurt am Main.

Conference Proceedings: full paper review
2011          Lee, Ji Won. ‘Much as a Negative Polarity Item: NPIs in a diachronic perspective.’
              Proceedings of the English Linguistics Society of Korea (ELSOK).
2010          Lee, Ji Won. ‘On the Diachrony of Negative Polarity Items: Paucity and Negation.’
              Proceedings of the English Linguistics Society of Korea (ELSOK).
2007          Lee, Ji won. ‘A Corpus-based Study of the Causal Connectives forþam þe and because:
              From Old English to Early Modern English.’ Proceedings of the English Linguistics
              Society of Korea (ELSOK).

Working Paper
2007          Lee, Ji Won. ‘On the Development of because: A Corpus-based study’. Working
              Papers in English Language and Linguistics. pp. 91-101. Seoul National University.

PRESENTATIONS
Conference Presentations
2013          ‘A corpus-based study of much and many as NPIs in a diachronic perspective.’
              Presented at the 87th Linguistic Society of America (LSA) Annual Conference, Boston,
              Massachusetts.
2012          ‘Much more than a lot: polarity sensitivity of much and many over time and across registers.’
              Paper presented at the 17th International Conference on English Historical Linguistics, University
              of Zurich, Switzerland.
2012          ‘Whether it be little or much: Negative Polarity Items in a diachronic perspective.’ Paper
              presented at the 7th Studies in the History of the English Language (SHEL) conference, Indiana
              University, Bloomington, Indiana.
2012          ‘For the life of me: diachronic changes in negation patterns.’ Paper presented at The Limits of
              Language: An interdisciplinary Graduate Student Symposium, University at Buffalo, SUNY.
2011          ‘Semantic change across time and register: much and many as negative polarity items.’ Paper
              presented at Buffalo-Cornell-Rochester mini-workshop. A Mood for Meaning: Mood, Speech
              Acts, Evidentiality, and Other Issues in Semantics. University at Buffalo, SUNY
2011          ‘Polarity Sensitivity of much and many by Register Variation.’ Paper presented at the 10th
              conference for the American Association for Corpus Linguistics (AACL), Atlanta, Georgia.


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2011           ‘Much ado about a lot: a corpus study of much as a Negative Polarity Item.’ Paper presented at
               the 20th International Conference on Historical Linguistics (ICHL), Osaka, Japan.
2011           ‘Much as a Negative Polarity Item: NPIs in a diachronic perspective.’ Paper presented at the 37th
               English Linguistics Society of Korea (ELSOK) Conference, Kyunghee University, Seoul, Korea.
2010           ‘On the Diachrony of Negative Polarity Items: Paucity and Negation.’ Paper presented at the
               35th English Linguistics Society of Korea (ELSOK) Conference, Hanbat University, Daejeon, Korea.
2007           ‘A Corpus-based Study of the Causal Connectives forþam þe and because: From Old
               English to Early Modern English.’ Paper presented at the 29th English Linguistics
               Society of Korea (ELSOK) Conference, Duksung Women’s University, Seoul, Korea.
2007           ‘On the Development of the Causal Connectives forþam þe and because: from Old
               English to Early Modern English.’ Paper presented at the 2nd International
               Conference of the Society of Historical English Language and Linguistics (SHELL), Nagoya, Japan.

Invited Presentations
2010           ‘Much, a lot and little: Paucity Expressed in Negative Polarity Items’ at the 41st
               English Linguistics Workshop, Seoul National University
2007           ‘Because in Early Modern English’ at the 35th English Linguistics Workshop, Seoul National
               University

Other Presentation
2011           ‘Semantic Change across Time and Register: much and many Negative Polarity Items’ Paper
               presented at A Mood for Meaning: Mood, Speech Acts, Evidentiality, and Other Issues in
               Semantics, Buffalo-Cornell-Rochester mini-workshop, University at Buffalo, State University of
               New York
2010           ‘On the Development of much as Negative Polarity Item: a Corpus-based Account’
               Qualifying paper presentation, University at Buffalo, State University of New York

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
2011         Volunteer at Buffalo-Cornell-Rochester mini-workshop, University at Buffalo, State University of
             New York
2011         Treasurer, Graduate Linguistics Association, University at Buffalo, State University of New York
2011         Volunteer at the 85th Linguistic Society of America Annual Conference, Pittsburgh, PA
2009-2010    Alternate Senate, Graduate Linguistics Association, University at Buffalo, State University of New
             York
2007          Reviewer for Working Papers in English Language and Linguistics Vol.6, Seoul National
             University, Korea
2006         Workshop Co-organizer, Department of English Language & Linguistics, Seoul National
             University, Korea
2002         Study Group Organizer, English Café, Seoul National University, Korea

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS
2010-present Linguistic Society of America (LSA)
2007-present English Linguistic Society of Korea (ELSOK)

OTHER PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES: EMPLOYMENT
2004- 2006   Technical Writer/Developer/Tester
             SK C&C/ Helio, Seoul, Korea and Los Angeles, California

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               Roles Included: Computer programming (Java), managing 2
               classes, testing the fully integrated call center system, facilitating
               communications between Korean developers and US clients

COMMUNITY SERVICE
2009-Present Interpreter/ Translator
             New Hope Presbyterian Church, Clarence Center, NY
2010         Volunteer for the International Student Orientation, Fall Orientation
             International Student and Scholar Services, University at Buffalo- SUNY
2009         Volunteer for the International Student Orientation, Fall Orientation
             International Student and Scholar Services, University at Buffalo- SUNY

LANGUAGES
Korean native
English fluent
French advanced
Chinese written: intermediate, spoken: basic
German basic
Spanish basic

References available upon request




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