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No.18, February 2011
Remarks from the Director of the SRC
Grant-in-aid for Scientific Research on Innovative Areas "Comparative Research on Major Regional Powers in Eurasia" Got an "A" in the Interim Evaluation
2010 SRC Summer Symposium
Symposium Speakers (July 7–9, 2010)
Global COE Program “Reshaping Japan’s Border Studies”
Speakers of the Symposium (Dec. 3–4, 2010)
Foreign Visitors Fellowship Program
Our Current Staff
Ongoing Cooperative Research Projects
Visitors from Abroad
Guest Lectures from Abroad
Publications (2009-10)
The Library
Website Access Statistics
Essays by Foreign Fellows
Feng Yujun
Alexander Morrison

Speakers of the Symposium (Dec. 3–4, 2010)

Natalia Ryzhova (Amur State University, Russia) “Informal Cross-Border Exchanges: Russian-Chinese Case”

Todoriki Masahiko (Osaka University, Japan) “Tuwa-Ren: The Emerging Ethnic Identity of the Altai-Tuvans in Xinjiang”

Hitomi Yasuhiro (Hokkaido University, Japan) “Asylum Policy and Citizenship: Case Study on Burmese Refugees in Japan”

Mirza Zulfiqur Rahman (Jawaharlal Nehru University, India) “Border Populations and Border Exchanges: Case Study of Chin Migration from Myanmar and Economic Exchanges in the Border Province of Mizoram, India”

Shimada Tomoko (Kansai University, Japan) “Lviv Batiar: Experimental Examination on the Development of Sub-Culture”

Alexander Kuznetsov (IMT, Italy) “Theorizing Transborder Paradiplomacy: The Constructions of the Explanatory Framework for the Study of Subnational Governments’ Cross-Border Cooperation”

David Newman (Ben-Gurion University, Israel) “Closing, Opening and Re-Closing of Borders: A Space-Time Perspective”

Martin van der Velde (Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands) “Boring European Borders?!” (cf. dissertation of Anke Struver (2005))

Manuel Chavez (Michigan State University, USA) “The Complex Interdependence of the Borderlands in North America: Theoretical Approaches and Policy Influences”

Bruce Batten (Oberlin University, Japan) “Frontiers and Boundaries of Pre-modern Japan”

Tarumoto Hideki (Hokkaido University, Japan) “Managing Borders and Migrants through Citizenship: A Japanese Case”

Daniele Joly (University of Warwick, UK) “The European Asylum Regime and Temporary Protection: A Restrictive Paradigm”

Muzammil Quraishi (University of Salford, UK) “Transnational Lives: Experiences of Muslim Ex-Offenders in the UK”

Anton Gosar (University of Primorska, Slovenia) “The Border Puzzle: Results of Disintegration and EU Integration Processes on the Territory of Former Yugoslavia”

Reuel Hanks (Oklahoma State University, USA) “Border Dynamics and Political Geography in Central Eurasia: Themes in Decolonization, Modernization and Regionalization”

Yamazaki Takashi (Osaka City University, Japan) “Space, Subject, and Political Behavior at Border: Okinawa as a Double Periphery”