Kinjo, Kunio (2018). Agree by Minimal Search: A Case Study of the Antiagreement Effect. In The Proceedings of Chicago Linguistic Society 52, pp327-341.
Kinjo, Kunio (2017). An Intervention Approach to Antiagreement. In The Proceedings of the West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics 34, pp329-338.
Kinjo, Kunio and Yohei Oseki (2016). Wh-Concord in Okinawan = Syntactic Movement + Morphological Merger. In University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics: Vol 22. : Iss. 1, Article 20.
Kinjo, Kunio. (2016). A Semantics of CT-questions in Japanese. ms. Rutgers University.
Kinjo, Kunio (2015). A Probe-Goal Approach to Impoverished Agreement. In Proceedings of Seoul International Circle of Generative Grammar 17 (SICOGG 17), 225-244.
Kinjo, Kunio. (2015). A Probe-Goal Approach to Impoverished Agreement. ms. Rutgers University.
Kinjo, Kunio. (2013). A Particle-based Analysis of Okinawan WH-questions and its Implications on Focus and Topic Constructions. MA Thesis, Sophia University.
Kinjo, Kunio. (2012). Dative Subject and Nominative Object Constructions in Naha Ryukyuan. Linguistic Society of Japan 145th Conference Handbook.220-225.
Kinjo, Kunio. (2012). Moraicity of Geminates of ShuriRyukyuan in Ryuuka (Okinawan Poetry) [in Japanese]. Sophia University Working Papers in Phonetics. 35-47.
Kinjo, Kunio. (2011). Grammatical Properties Which Restrict Scrambling; A Typological Sketch [in Japanese]. Proceedings of Sophia University Linguistic Society 26. 1-18.
Kinjo, Kunio. (2017). "The wh-wa question in Japanese - Topicalized wh and destressed focus". The 13th Workshop on Altaic Formal Linguistics. International Christian University, Tokyo, Japan. May 25 - 28.
Kinjo, Kunio. (2017). "Antiagreement in Berber and theory of agreement". 48th Annual Conference on African Linguistics. Indiana University Bloomington, Indiana, USA. March 30 - April 2.
Kinjo, Kunio. (2016) "A Probe-Goal Approach to Antiagreement and A'-opacity". The West Coast Conference of Formal Linguistics 34. University of Utah, Utah, Japan. April 29-May 1.
Kinjo, Kunio. (2016). "Antiagreement as intervention". The 52nd Annual Conference of Chicago Linguistics Society. Chicago University, Illinois, USA. April 21-23.
Kinjo, Kunio. (2015) "A Probe-Goal Approach to Impoverished Agreement" The 17th Seoul International Circle of Generative Grammar. Kyung-Hee University, Seoul, Republic of Korea. August 5-8.
Kinjo, Kunio & Yohei Oseki. (2015) "Wh-Concord = Syntactic Movement + Morphological Merger". The 39th Penn Linguistics Conference, University of Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania, USA. March 20-22.
Kinjo, Kunio. (2013) “Shortening of Initial Geminates and Long Vowels in Shuri Okinawan Poetry”. International Conference on Phonetics and Phonology 2013, NINJAL, Tokyo, Japan. January 25-27.
Kinjo, Kunio. (2012) “Dative Subject and Nominative Object Constructions in NahaRyukyuan”. The 145th Annual Meeting of Linguistic Society of Japan, Kyusyu University, Fukuoka, Japan. November 24-25.
Kinjo, Kunio. (2011) “Head-Parameter and Locality of Optional Movement”. The 26th Annual Meeting of Sophia University Linguistic Society, Sophia University, Tokyo, Japan. July 30.
Kinjo, Kunio. (2018). 「最小探査によるφ素性一致：反一致現象の分析と一致の方向性問題」(φ-agreement by Minimal Search: Antiagreement and directionality of agreement). The 4th Meeting of Tokai Area Circle of Syntax. Chukyo University, Aichi. Japan. May 19.
Kinjo, Kunio. (2017). 「一致現象のから見る人間言語の不思議」(Agreement phenomena and human language). The 3rd Foundational Linguistics Colloquium. Meikai University, Chiba, Japan. June 22.
Kinjo, Kunio. (2017). Agree by minimal search: A probe-free model of agreement. NYU Syntax Brown Bag. New York University, New York, USA. April 21.
Kinjo, Kunio. (2016). Topicalized wh - A semantics of wh-wa questions in Japanese. The 3rd Okinawa Semantics Workshop. University of the Ryukyus, Okinawa, Japan. July 31.
Kinjo, Kunio. (2015). "A Probe-Goal Approach to Impoverished Agreement". RULing X, Rutgers University, New Jersey, USA. May 2.
Kinjo, Kunio. (2014). "Okinawan interrogatives and focus constructions". RULing IX, Rutgers University, New Jersey, USA. April 12.