Yoko Hasegawa, Professor of Japanese Linguistics, in the Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures at the University of California, Berkeley, received her Ph.D. in Linguistics from UC Berkeley in 1992.


Her publications include: The Cambridge Handbook of Japanese Linguistics, Cambridge University Press, 2018; Japanese: A Linguistic Introduction, Cambridge University Press, 2014; The Routledge Course in Japanese Translation, Routledge, 2011; Soliloquy in Japanese and English, John Benjamins, 2010; Nihongo kara mita nihonjin: Shutaisei no gengogaku (with Yukio Hirose), Kaitakusha, 2010; Elementary Japanese, Teacher's Guide, Tuttle, 2006; Elementary Japanese, Volume 2, Tuttle, 2006; Elementary Japanese, Volume 1, Tuttle, 2005; A Study of Clause Linkage: The Connective -TE in Japanese, CSLI & Kurosio, 1996.

Her opinions regarding the recent accident in the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Plant can be found in: