ARIANE MACALINGA BORLONGAN

氏名 / Name アリアン マカリンガ ボルロンガン (ARIANE MACALINGA BORLONGAN)
所属職名 / Affiliation 大学院総合国際学研究院/准教授
Institute of Global Studies/Associate Professor
電子メール / Email ariane@tufs.ac.jp
ウェブページ / Website
学位 /
Degree
  • Bachelor of Secondary Education, Major in English(Others) 2007
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Applied Linguistics (Straight Program)(Others) 2011
  • Diploma in Pastoral Care of Human Mobility(Others) 2023
研究分野(e-Rad分野) /
Research Field(s) (by e-Rad)
     
研究キーワード /
Research Keywords
  • Migration Linguistics
  • World Englishes
  • English Linguistics
  • Sociolinguistics

自己紹介 / Biography

Ariane Macalinga Borlongan’s education and experience across the world have inspired him to passionately work with English speakers in non-Anglo-American contexts and multilingual migrants in contemporary global societies. As a sociolinguist, he has analyzed variation, change, and standardization across Englishes and has investigated on the linguistic dimensions of human mobility, eventually conceptualizing a framework for doing migration linguistics and proposing a linguistic theory of migration. He earned his Ph.D. in Applied Linguistics at age 23 via a competitive accelerated program in De La Salle University (Manila, the Philippines). His dissertation titled ‘A Grammar of the Verb in Philippine English’ was supervised by Professor Emerita Ma. Lourdes Bautista and was recognized as Most Outstanding Dissertation by De La Salle University. He was previously with De La Salle University and The University of Tokyo (Japan) and also held various visiting teaching and research posts at the Nanyang Technological University (Singapore), SEAMEO Regional Language Centre (Singapore), the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) University of London (The United Kingdom), University of Bialystok (Poland), the University of Freiburg (Germany), Universiti Malaya (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia), and Wenzao Ursuline University of Languages (Kaohsiung, Taiwan). He was awarded The Br. Andrew Gonzalez FSC Distinguished Professorial Chair in Linguistics and Language Education by the Linguistic Society of the Philippines and De La Salle University in 2019. He edited ‘Philippine English: Development, Structure, and Sociology of English in the Philippines’, published by Routledge in 2023, which serves as the handbook of Philippine English and a festschrift in honor of Professor Bautista. He is Director of the Philippine component of the International Corpus of English (ICE-PH) and is also the compiler of the Philippine parallels to the Brown and the Before-Brown corpora (Phil-Brown and PBB respectively) and the Diachronic Corpora of Expanding Circle Englishes (DCECE) and co-compiler to the Malaysian parallel to the Brown Corpus (Mal-Brown). His work has received support from various governments, academic institutions, businesses, and private organizations around the world. He is Founding President of the International Association for Migration Linguistics (IAML). He is Convenor of the Research Network (ReN) for Migration Linguistics in the International Association of Applied Linguistics (AILA). He is presently Associate Professor of Sociolinguistics and also Founder and Head of the Migration Linguistics Unit at the Tokyo University of Foreign Studies (Japan).

学歴 / Academic Achievement

  • 2007.05 De La Salle University Department of English and Applied Linguistcs Graduated
  • 2011.04 De La Salle University Doctor of Philosophy in Applied Linguistics (Straight Program) Completed

受賞 / Awards

  • Honorary Membership, Linguistic Society of the Philippines (LSP) (2020.03)
  • The Br. Andrew Gonzalez FSC Distinguished Professorial Chair in Linguistics and Language Education (2019.03)
  • Fellowship, The Royal Society for the Arts (2017.07)
  • Outstanding Dissertation, De La Salle University (2011.04)

主要研究業績 / Main Research Publications

論文 / Papers

  • Conspectus, Philippine English: Development, structure, and sociology of English in the Philippines, 3-8, 2023
  • Internal Variation, Philippine English: Development, structure, and sociology of English in the Philippines, 125-134, 2023
  • Diachronic Change, Philippine English: Development, structure, and sociology of English in the Philippines, 135-142, 2023
  • Standard Philippine English, Philippine English: Development, structure, and sociology of English in the Philippines, 199-209, 2023
  • History, Philippine English: Development, structure, and sociology of English in the Philippines, 9-26, 2023
  • Migrants in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic: A migration linguistic perspective, Migration Letters, 19(4), 501-508, 2022
  • Lilo Moessner’s The history of the present English subjunctive: A corpus-based study of mood and modality [Book review], ICAME Journal, 46(1), 39-41, 2022
  • A new American-lineage English?: Proportions of American variants in Japanese English, Asian Englishes, 23(1), 51-61, 2021
  • English in Japan and Japanese English: A century and a half after the Meiji restoration [Special issue], Asian Englishes, 23(1)2021
  • English in Japan and Japanese English: Introduction to the special issue, Asian Englishes, 23(1), 1-2, 2021
  • Migrants in Japan and the English language, Asian Englishes, 23(1), 105-113, 2021
  • English-Tagalog code-switching in English language teaching, Philippine Journal of Linguistics, 51, 34-43, 2021
  • A linguistic biography of an English-dependent Filipino migrant in Japan, Asian Journal of English Language Studies, 9, 99-112, 2021
  • Recent diachronic change in the perfect-past alternation in two Asian Englishes, Anglistik, 32(1), 65-89, 2021
  • Studies on language and migration: Towards ‘migration linguistics’, Diliman Review, 63(1-2), 17-23, 2019
  • Agenda for sociolinguistics in the Philippines for the 21st century/Mga layon para sa dalubwikang-panlipunan sa Pilipinas sa ika-21 siglo [Bilingual essay], Philippine Journal of Linguistics, 49, 68-74, 2018
  • Contemporary perspectives on Philippine English, The Philippine ESL Journal, 18, 1-9, 2017
  • Dissertation acknowledgements in Philippine English, Komaba Journal of English Education, 8, 15-35, 2017
  • Has Philippine English attained linguistic independence? The grammatical evidence, The Philippine ESL Journal, 18, 10-25, 2017
  • Contemporary perspectives on Philippine English [Special issue]182017
  • Openings of telephone conversations in Philippine English, Asian Journal of English Language Studies, 5, 1-13, 2017
  • Relocating Philippine English in Schneider's dynamic model, Asian Englishes, 18(3), 232-241, 2016
  • Taking a look at expanded predicates in Philippine English across time, Asian Englishes, 17(3), 240-247, 2015
  • Some notes on the sociology of English in Timor-Leste, Program and abstracts of The 36th National Conference of the Japanese Association for Asian Englishes, 7-12, 2015
  • Gerhard Leitner’s English today: Introducing varieties of English and Peter Siemund’s Varieties of English: A typological approach [Book review], World Englishes, 34(3), 510-512, 2015
  • Modality in Philippine English: A diachronic study, Journal of English Linguistics, 42(1), 68-88, 2014
  • The morphosyntax of Hong Kong and Indian Englishes: a corpus-based analysis, Asian Journal of English Language Studies, 1, 20-34, 2014
  • The subjunctive mood in Philippine English: A diachronic analysis, Contact, variation, and change in the history of English, 259-280, 2014
  • Relative clauses in Philippine English: A diachronic perspective, Recent advances in corpus linguistics: developing and exploiting corpora, 125-146, 2014
  • Corpus-based works on the Philippine English verb system, Asian English Studies, 15, 69-90, 2013
  • Corpus-based grammatical studies of Philippine English and language assessment: Issues and perspectives, Tailoring English teaching for foreign language context: Proceedings of The Korea Association of Teachers of English (KATE) 2013 International Conference, 2013
  • Corpus-based grammatical studies of Philippine English and language assessment: Issues and perspectives, The Assessment Handbook, 8, 51-62, 2012
  • World Englishes and revision in academic writing instruction [Classroom practice], TESOL Journal, 8, 187-188, 2012
  • Contextualizing English language teacher education for young learners in the Philippines: Challenges in the practice teaching for pre-service teachers’ practicum, Contextualising EFL for young learners: International perspectives on policy, practice and procedure, 88-98, 2012
  • Tagalog particles in Philippine English: The cases of ba, na, ‘no, and pa, Philippine Journal of Linguistics, 42, 58-74, 2011
  • The preparation and writing of a grammar of the verb in Philippine English [Editorial commentary], The Philippine ESL Journal, 7, 120-123, 2011
  • The clerical aspects of English language teaching in the Philippines, Issues and trends in applied linguistics in the Philippines: A decade in retrospect, 12-22, 2011
  • Some aspects of the morphosyntax of Philippine English, Studies on Philippine English: Exploring the Philippine component of the International Corpus of English , 187-199, 2011
  • Language documentation and applications in the Philippines: Implications for mother tongue-based multilingual education, Philippine Education Research Journal, 12010
  • Language documentation and applications in the Philippines: Implications for mother tongue-based multilingual education, Proceedings of the 1st Philippine Conference-Workshop on Mother Tongue-Based Multilingual Education, 2010
  • The morphosyntax of Hong Kong and Indian Englishes, Linguistic theories and their application: Proceedings of The 2011 Winter International Conference on Linguistics in Seoul (WICLIS-2011), 2010
  • On the management of innovations in English Language teaching in the Philippines [Editorial commentary], TESOL Journal, 2, 1-3, 2010
  • A survey on language use, attitudes, and identity in relation to Philippine English among young generation Filipinos: An initial sample from a private university, The Philippine ESL Journal, 3, 74-107, 2009
  • Tagalog-English code-switching in English Language classes: Frequency and forms, TESOL Journal, 1, 28-42, 2009
  • Tag questions in Philippine English, Philippine Journal of Linguistics, 39, 109-133, 2008
  • Innovations in Standard Philippine English, Current research on English and applied linguistics: A De La Salle University special issue, 1-36, 2007

書籍等出版物 / Books and Other Publications

  • Philippine English: Development, structure, and sociology of English in the Philippines, Routledge, Scholarly book, Edit, 2023

講演・口頭発表等 / Presentations

  • Language issues of migrants during the COVID-19 pandemic: Implications for migrant integration programs, 4th TESOL Symposium, International presentation, Faculty of Language Studies, Sohar University, Oral presentation (keynote), 2022
  • Multilingualism and migration in Southeast Asia: Prospects for migration linguistics, 2nd Malaysian Association for Applied Linguistics (MAAL) International Conference, International presentation, Malaysian Association for Applied Linguistics (MAAL), Symposium, workshop panel (public), 2021
  • Rethinking migrant (linguistic) integration programs in (post-)pandemic, International Conference on Multi-Perspectives in Education (ICoME), International presentation, Institute of Education, Far Eastern University, Oral presentation (keynote), 2020
  • Filipinos speak the way they write (?): Corpus-based explorations of stylistic variation in Philippine English, 22nd Conference of the Oriental International Committee for Coordination and Standardization of Speech Databases and Assessment Techniques (COCOSDA), International presentation, Oriental International Committee for Coordination and Standardization of Speech Databases and Assessment Techniques (COCOSDA), Oral presentation (keynote), Cebu, the Philippines, 2019
  • Linguistic aspects of endonormative stabilization: The case of Philippine English, English in Contact, Domestic presentation, Faculty of Languages and Cultures, Kyushu University, Oral presentation (keynote), Fukuoka, Japan, 2019
  • Early Philippine English: A historical sociolinguistic analysis of A survey of the educational system of the Philippine Islands (1925), 23rd Annual Conference of the International Association for World Englishes (IAWE), International presentation, Department of English, Ateneo de Manila University, Oral presentation (keynote), Quezon, the Philippines, 2018
  • Change in the verb phrase in Expanding Circle Englishes, 2017 Linguistics Society of the Philippines (LSPIC) National Conference and General Meeting, International presentation, Linguistics Society of the Philippines (LSP), Oral presentation (keynote), Manila, the Philippines, 2017

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