|Annual Newsletter of the Slavic Research Center, Hokkaido
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|No.17, January 2010
|First Year in Retrospective and the
Beginning of a "New" Slavic Research Center
||Grant-in-aid for Scientific Research on Innovative Areas "Comparative Research on Major Regional Powers in Eurasia" I s Ongoing||The First East Asian Conference for
Slavic Eurasian Studies (February 5–6, 2009): How It Was Organized
||The Slavic Research Center Held the
International Symposium, "The South Ossetian Conflict and Trans-border
Politics in the Black Sea Rim" on March 5–6, 2009
|The SRC SRC International Symposium
"The Elusive Balance: Regional Powers and the Search for Sustainable Development" Was Held on July 9–10, 2009
|Joint Forum Series in Washington D.C.
||International Symposium on
"Environmental Conservation of the Sea of Okhotsk: Cooperation between
Japan, China, and Russia"
||Foreign Visitors Fellowship Program
|Our Current Staff
||Ongoing Cooperative Research
||Visitors from Abroad
||Guest Lectures from Abroad
||Website Access Statistics
|Essays by Foreign Fellows
Richard Sakwa (University of Kent, UK), “Subjects or Citizens: Obstacles to the Exercise of Constitutional Sovereignty Rights in Contemporary Russia,” December 5, 2008.
Peter Rutland (Wesleyan University, USA), “Post-socialist States and the Evolution of a New Development Model: Russia and China Compared,” December 5, 2008.
Martin Potucek (Charles University, Czech Rep.), “Welfare or Wild Capitalism in Post-Communist Europe?” December 5, 2008.
Yakov Rabkin (University of Montreal, Canada), “The Emergence of the Secular Jew in Russia,” December 8, 2008.
Boris Kuznetsov (Higher School of Economics, Russia), “Russian Economic Development: Before and After the Crisis of 2008,” December 22, 2008.
HU Zhenhua (Central University for Nationalities, China), “Inter-racial Exchanges between China and Central Asian Countries,” January 15, 2009.
Zhulduzbek Abylkhozhin (Institute of History and Ethnology, Kazakhstan), “The Historical Experience of Modernization of Kazakhstan: Russian Empire (Colonial), Soviet, and Post-Soviet Periods,” January 30, 2009.
Romuald Huszcza (Warsaw University, Poland), “Politics and Grammar: Some Phases of Polish Honorific Expressions by Social Semiotics,” March 31, 2009.
Anna Ponomareva (Imperial College & Imperial Business School, UK), “Russian Symbolism and Indian Thought: The Case of Andrei Belyi,” May 25, 2009.
Alexander Morrison (University of Liverpool, UK), “Kazakhs Behaving Badly? N. S. Lykoshin and the Aftermath of the Andijan Uprising,” June 4, 2009.
Bernd Heine (University of Cologne, Germany), “Europe as a Linguistic Area,” June 15, 2009.
Boris Lanin (Russian Academy of Education), “Utopian Imagination in Russia,” June 19, 2009.
George Sanikidze (Institute of Oriental Studies, Georgia), “Understanding the Current Political Crisis in Georgia,” July 31, 2009.
Paul Wexler (Tel-Aviv University, Israel), “Three New Candidates for the Family of Slavic Languages: Yiddish, Israeli Hebrew, Esperanto; and One Less: Old Church Slavonic,” August 10, 2009.
Andrei Zorin (University of Oxford, UK), “Emotion over Borders: Europeanization of the Emotional World of the Russian Nobility, from the End of the XVIII to the Beginning of the XIX Century,” October 19, 2009.
Leo Rafolt (Zagreb University, Croatia), “Invitation to Literature-Anthropology: Methodology of Interdisciplinary Research,” October 22, 2009.
Eugene Karasyev (Far Eastern Regional Hydrometeorological Research Institute, Russia), “The Monitoring of the Sea of Okhotsk,” November 7, 2009.
Sergey Ganzey (PIG/FEBRAS, Russia), “Historical Changes in Land-Use/Land Cover in the Amur River Basin,” November 7, 2009.
YAN Baixin (NEGAE, China), “Effect of Wetland Reclamation on Dissolved Iron Species,” November 7, 2009.
Lubov Kondratyeva (IWEP/FEBRAS, Russia), “Chronic Pollution of the Amur River with Toxic Organic Matter,” November 7, 2009.
LIU Haijin (Chinese Academy of Fishery Sciences), “The Investigation and Estimation of Influences of Songhuajiang River’s Nitrobenzene Leakage Incident on the Fishery Environment,” November 7, 2009.
FENG Anquan (East China Normal University), “Chinese-Russian Wood Trade and Economic Cooperation in This Field,” November 7, 2009.
Natalia Mishina (PIG/FEBRAS, Russia), “Foreign Trade Relations between Russia, China and Japan as Factor of Land Use/Cover Changes in the Amur River Basin,” November 7, 2009.
Alexey Makhinov (IWEP/FEBRAS, Russia), “Amur River Monitoring: Main Results and Improvement Problems,” November 8, 2009.
Song Nanzhe (Environmental Monitoring Station, China), “Water Environmental Equality Situation and Character Analysis along Heilongjiang Valley,” November 8, 2009.
Eugene Simonov (WWF, Russia), “International Treaties in the Amur River Basin and Development of Transboundary Environmental Policies,” November 8, 2009.
Kirill Zharikov (Marine Mammal Laboratory, VNIRO, Russia), “Marine Mammals in the Sea of Okhotsk: Abundance, Consumption of Resources, and Outlook for Future Studies,” November 8, 2009.
DA Zhigang (Heilongjiang Provincial Academy of Social Sciences, China), “Sino-Japan Trade, Agricultural Cooperation: Review and Prospects of Cooperation between Heilongjiang Province and Hokkaido,” November 8, 2009.
Sergey Prokopenko (Sakhalin State University, Russia), “Changes in Attitudes of the Sakhalin Population towards the Purity of the Okhotsk Shore,” November 8, 2009.
Nikolay Vlasov (HELCOM, Finland), “HELCOM – 35 Years of Protecting the Baltic Sea,” November 8, 2009.
Peter Baklanov (PIG/FEBRAS, Russia), “Directions of Sustainable Development of the Russian Far East,” November 8, 2009.
Viktoria Romanova (Far Eastern State University of the Humanities, Russia), “National Policy concerning Jewish Inhabitants in the Russian Far East (1860–1920),” December 4, 2009.