icon 林若望 特聘研究員兼所長 (2017/06/27~ ) 
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台北市南港區115研究院路二段128號
中央研究院語言學研究所

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1992-1996 Ph.D in Linguistics, University of Massachusetts at Amherst

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2014/08 - present Distinguished Research Fellow, Academia Sinica
2011/05 - 2014/07 Distinguished Professor, National Chiao Tung University
2009/08 – 2010/01 Visiting Scholar, Harvard University
2006/08 – 2008/07 Chair, Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures, National Chiao Tung University
2003-2014 Professor, National Chiao Tung University
2002/08 – 2002/12 Visiting Scholar, University of Massachusetts at Amherst
1997-2003 Associate Professor, National Chiao Tung University
1996-1997 Associate Professor, National Chungcheng University


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2012 Distinguished Alumnus of College of Humanities and Social Sciences, National Tsing Hua University
2010 Distinguished Research Award, National Science Council
2009-2010 Senior Research Grant, The Fulbright Foundation
2004 Distinguished Research Award, National Science Council
2003 Young Scholar Award, Academia Sinica
2002-2003 Senior Research Grant, The Fulbright Foundation
2002 Supervisor of an Outstanding NSC Project for College Students, National Science Council
2002 Award for Great Teaching, National Chiao Tung University
2002 Award for Distinguished Research, National Chiao Tung University
1997-1999 Type A Award for Research, National Science Council
1996  Young Scholar Award, International Association for Chinese Linguistics
1996 Award for Studies of Min Dialects, Administration of Education


icon論文著作 - 期刊論文
  • 林若望. 2017. 再论词尾“了”的时体意. 中國語文 376:3-23.  download
  • Jo-Wang Lin. 2016. Negation Under Yiqian ‘Before’ in Mandarin Chinese and Cross-linguistic Variation of Expletive Negation. Language and Linguistics 17(1).  download
  • Jo-Wang Lin. 2014. The Adjective of Quantity Duo ‘many’/much’ and Differential Comparatives in Mandarin Chinese. International Journal of Chinese Linguistics 1(2): 163-191.  download
  • Jo-Wang Lin. 2010. A Tenseless Analysis of Mandarin Chinese Revisited: A Response to Sybesma (2007). Linguistic Inquiry 41(2):305-329.
  • Jo-Wang Lin. 2009. Chinese Comparatives and Their Implicational Parameters. Natural Language Semantics 17(1):1-27.
  • Jo-Wang Lin. 2008. The Order of Stage-level and Individual-level Relatives in Chinese and Superiority Effects. Language and Linguistics 9(4):839-864.
  • Jo-Wang Lin. 2007. On the Semantics of Comparative Correlatives in Mandarin Chinese. Journal of Semantics 24:169-213.
  • Jo-Wang Lin. 2007. Predicate restriction, discontinuity property and the meaning of the perfective . Journal of East Asian Linguistics 16:237-257.
  • Jo-Wang Lin and Niina Zhang. 2006. The Syntax of the Non-referential TA ‘it’ in Mandarin Chinese. Language and Linguistics 7(4):991-1016.
  • Jo-Wang Lin. 2006. Time in a Language without Tense: the Case of Chinese. Journal of Semantics 23:1-53.
  • Jo-Wang Lin. 2004. Choice Functions and Scope of Existential Polarity WH-phrases. Linguistics and Philosophy 27:451-491.
  • Jo-Wang Lin. 2004. On Restrictive and Non-restrictive Relative Clauses in Mandarin Chinese. Tsing Hua Journal of Chinese Studies 33(1):199-240.
  • Jo-Wang Lin. 2004. Aspectual Selection and Temporal Reference of –Zhe in Mandarin Chinese. Tsing Hua Journal of Chinese Studies 32(2):257-297.
  • Jo-Wang Lin. 2003. Temporal Reference in Mandarin Chinese. Journal of East Asian Linguistics 12:259-311.
  • Jo-Wang Lin. 2003. Aspectual Selection and Negation in Chinese. Linguistics 41(3): 425-459.
  • Jo-Wang Lin. 2003. Selectional Restrictions of Tenses and Temporal Reference of Chinese Bare Sentences. Lingua 113:271-302.
  • Jo-Wang Lin。2002。論現代漢語的時制意義。Language and Linguistics 3(1):1-25。
  • Jo-Wang Lin. 2000. On the Temporal Meaning of the Verbal –le in Mandarin Chinese. Language and Linguistics 1(2):109-133.
  • Jo-Wang Lin. 1999. Double Quantification and the Meaning of Shenme ‘what’ in Chinese Bare Conditionals. Linguistics and Philosophy 22:573-593.
  • Jo-Wang Lin. 1999. On the Meaning of Shenme ‘what’ in Chinese Bare Conditionals and Its Implications for Carlson’s Semantics of Bare Plurals. Proceedings of 13th Pacific Conference on Language, Information and Computation 15-26.
  • Jo-Wang Lin. 1998. Distributivity in Chinese and Its Implications. Natural Language Semantics 6:201-243.
  • Jo-Wang Lin. 1998. “A Review of “Syntactic Dependencies in Chinese””. GLOT International 3(4):13-16.
  • Jo-Wang Lin. 1998. On Existential Polarity WH-phrases. Journal of East Asian Linguistics 7:219-255.
  • Jo-Wang Lin. 1997. On Wh...Dou Construction. Tsing Hua Journal of Chinese Studies 27(1):51-81.
  • Jo-Wang Lin and Chih-Chen Jane Tang. 1995. Modals as Verbs in Chinese: A GB Perspective. The Bulletin of the Institute of History and Philology 66: 53-105.  download
  • Jo-Wang Lin. 1995. On Tone Sandhi of Pronouns in Taiwanese. Proceedings of North American Conference on Chinese Language and Linguistics VI (NACCL6).
  • Jo-Wang Lin. 1994. Lexical Government and Tone Group Formation in Xiamen Chinese. Phonology 11:237-275.
  • Jo-Wang Lin. 1994. Object Expletives, Definiteness Effect and Scope Interpretation. Proceedings of North Eastern Linguistic Society 24 (NELS 24).
  • Jo-Wang Lin. 1992. The Syntax of Zenmeyang ‘how’ and Weishenme ‘why’ in Mandarin Chinese. Journal of East Asian Linguistics 1:293-331.


icon論文著作 - 專書論文
  • Jo-Wang Lin. 2016. Correlatives. Companion to Semantics. Lisa Matthewson, Cecile Meier, Hotze Rullmann and Thomas Ede Zimmermann (eds.), Wiley Blackwell.
  • Jo-Wang Lin & Weitien Dylan Tsai. 2015. Restricting Nonrestrictive Relatives in Mandarin Chinese. Chinese Syntax in a Crosslinguistic Perspective. Audrey Li, Andrew Simpson, and Wei-Tien Dylan Tsai (eds.), Oxford University Press.  download
  • Jo-Wang Lin. 2014. Wh-expressions in Mandarin Chinese. Handbook of Chinese Linguistics. Andrew Simpson, James Huang and Audrey Li (eds.), Wiley Blackwell.  download
  • Jo-Wang Lin. 2012. Tenselessness. Oxford Handbook in Linguistics: Tense and Aspect. Robert Binnick (ed.), Oxford University Press.
  • Jo-Wang Lin. 2011. Chinese Durative and Completive NPs as Polarity Items. Language and cognition: Festschrift in honor of James H-Y. Tai on his 70th birthday. Jung-hsing Chang and Jenny Yichun Kuo (eds.), The Crane Publishing.
  • 林若望。2009。〈淺談中文“條件倚變句”與“差比句”的相似性〉。《語言學論叢第39輯》(喬姆斯基教授獲北京大學名譽博士學位紀念專輯)。商務印書館。
  • Jo-Wang Lin. 2008. Event Decompostion and the Syntax and Semantics of Chinese Durative Phrases. Event Structures in Linguistic Form and Interpretation Series: Language, Context and Cognition 31-54. Johannes Dölling and Tatjana Heyde-Zybatow (eds.), Mouton de Gruyter.
  • Jo-Wang Lin. 1999. On Chinese Donkey Sentences. Chinese Language and Linguistics V: Interactions in Language 461-502. Yuen-mei Yin, I-li Yang and Hui-chen Chan (eds.) , Academia Sinica, Taipei.
  • Jo-Wang Lin. 1997. Chinese Noun Phrase Structure: DP or NP?. Chinese Language and Linguistics III: Morphology And Lexicon 401-434. Feng-fu Tsao and H. Samuel Wang (eds.), Academia Sinica, Taipei.


icon論文著作 - 其他
  • Jo-Wang Lin. 1996. Polarity Licensing and Wh-phrase Quantification in Mandarin Chinese.  download


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