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U Tun Aung Kyaw U Tun Aung Kyaw, M.A.

Lecturer (Burmese Linguistics and Literature)

Department of Myanmar
University of Yangon, University P.O.
Yangon 11041
The Union of Myanmar (Burma)

E-Mail:   myanyu@dhelm-edu.gov.mm
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Curriculum vitae
1962 Born in Shwebo (Burma)
1980-81 Studied at the Yanangyaung Regional College
1982-83 Studied Burmese linguistics and literature at Magwe Degree College
1983 B.A. (Burmese linguistics and literature), Mandalay University
1983-84 B.A. (Hons.) (Burmese linguistics and literature), University of Yangon
1986-91 Tutor at the University of Yangon
1990 M.A. ("A comparative study of research works on the Paramitawkhan verse")
1991-93 Tutor at Magwe College
1993-96 Tutor at the University of Culture, Yangon
1996-98 Assistant Lecturer at the University of Culture, Yangon
1999-2001 Assistant Lecturer at the University of Yangon
since 2002 Lecturer at the University of Yangon
  Ph.D. candidate at the University of Yangon (Linguistics)
 
Main fields of activity
Research into Burmese
Burmese linguistics and literature
Application of Integrational Linguistics
 
Current research projects
A study of the Hpun dialect
 
List of publications
1999 "The sound patterns of Burmese verses". Myanmar Research Journal (1999). [in Burmese]
2002 "A list of Hpun words". In: Yabu, Shiro (ed.). Hpun: a moribund language in Myanmar. Osaka: Osaka University of Foreign Studies. 15-40.
 
Lectures & conference presentations
1999 "The morphology of Pyu words in the Raja Kumar inscriptions". Paper presented at the Reading Session, Department of Myanmar, University of Yangon, April 2, 1999. [in Burmese]
2000 "Introduction to the Hpun nationality and Hpun language". Paper presented at the Reading Session, Department of Myanmar, University of Yangon, September 12, 2000. [in Burmese]
2001a "The phonology of the Hpun dialect". Paper presented at the 80th Anniversary of Yangon University Conference, January 2001. [in Burmese]
2001b "Verb particles in Hpun". Paper presented at the Reading Session, Department of Myanmar, University of Yangon, August 2001. [in Burmese]