Annual Newsletter of the Slavic Research Center, Hokkaido University
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No.19, February 2012
The Fift h International Symposium of Comparative Research on Major Regional Powers in Eurasia
“Alliances and Borders in the Making and Unmaking of Regional Powers”

Global COE Program “Reshaping Japan’s Border Studies” Joint International Symposium “Grammaticalization and Lexicalization in the Slavic Languages”
Session Entitled “Eurasianism Past and Present: Views from the East ” Held at the “Third East Asian Conference of Slavic-Eurasian Studies” in Beijing on August 27-28, 2011 Obituary: Prof. Anatoly Viktorovich Remnev
Foreign Visitors Fellowship Program Two Professors Who Left the SRC
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Ongoing Cooperative Research Projects Visitors from Abroad Guest Lectures from Abroad Publications (2011) The Library

Two Professors Who Left the SRC

Prof. Arai Nobuo retired in March 2011.

Prof. Arai had worked for the SRC since May 2003. During his stay in the SRC, Prof. Arai worked on the changing socio-economic situation of the Russian Far East after perestroika. He also studied the history of Sakhalin post World War II. As a distinguished specialist in Russo-Japanese economic and fishery relations, he has contributed much to the development of scientific exchange between Japan and the Russian Far East.

Prof. Hayashi Tadayuki moved to Kyoto Women’s University in April 2011.

Prof. Hayashi had worked for the SRC since April 1994. He is an unique specialist in comparative politics of East European countries and the political history of Czechoslovakia. He has led the Japanese academic community to the research of European interwar diplomatic history. He was director of the SRC for two years since 1996, and vice-president of Hokkaido University from 2006 to 2011.

Mochizuki Tetsuo

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