Fifth East Asian Conference on Slavic Eurasian Studies
(ICCEES Asian Congress)
on August 9-10, 2013
Location: Osaka University of Economics and Law, Yao Campus (Oval), Osaka, Japan
Preliminary Program (August 8, 2013)
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Opening Session―August 9 Friday―9:30-10:00 am

Speeches from Wakio Fujimoto, the chairman of Organizing Committee,
Mitsuyoshi Numano, JCREES President,
Graeme Gill, ICCEES President
Greetings from the Consul of the Russian Federation in Osaka, Nail Latypov
Organizational report by Takayuki Yokoya-Murakami
Session 1―August 9 Friday―10:15-12:00 am
  I-1   I-2   I-3   I-4   I-5
Russo-Japanese Relationship through Sexual Traffic To Move or Not to Move, This Is the Question of Political Regimes in South Caucasus Russian Economy in a Globalizing World Ideological Dynamics: Local Elites in Central Eurasia Excavating the Fundamentals of Russian Literature
Chair: Takashi Kimura, Professor emeritus of Kyoto University (Japan) Kimitaka Matsuzato, Hokkaido University (Japan) Katsuhiro Miyamoto, Kansai University (Japan) Sanami Takahashi, Tsukuba University (Japan) Vecheslav Kazakevich, Toyama University (Japan)
Papers: Michiko Ikuta, Professor Emeritus of Osaka University (Japan) Christofer Berglund, Uppsala University (Sweden) Naoya Hase, Sugiyama Jogakuen University (Japan) Ilya Zaytsev, Institute of Oriental Studies, RAN (Russia) Ji-Eun, Sim, Hallym University (Korea)
“Русские эмигрантки в увеселительных заведениях Харбина” “At the Crossroads: Georgia Between Dominant-Power Politics, Feckless Pluralism and Democracy” “What Is a Promising Result for Russians in Energy Cooperation with Northeast Asia? : A Case Study of Japan- Russia Bargaining Process in Vladivostok LNG Plant Project” "Великокняжеские татары в 15-16 вв." What is Pushkin's view of life: 'Step Zhizni' or 'Prazdnik zhizni'?
Linda Galvane, Stanford University (USA) Yu Tachibana, Hokkaido University (Japan) Hasan H. Valiullin, Svetlana L. Merzlyakova, Dubna University (Russia) Takehiko Inoue, Hokkaido University (Japan) Roza Mussabekova, Lev Gumilev Eurasian National University (Kazakhstan)
“From Geisha to Café Chantant Singer in the Gypsy Attire: Representation of ‘Loose Women’ in the Russian translations and adaptations of Jones’s operetta Geisha “Oligopoly and Political Feudalization in Azerbaijan” “The Bissextile Century of Russia: 1913-2013” “A Buddhist World View: Perspectives of the Kalmyk Elites in the Russian Empire” “Yury Dombrovsky’s Novel ‘The Collapse of the Empire’ as an Artistic Study of Causes of the Collapse of the Soviet Empire”
Takayuki Yokota-Murakami, Osaka University (Japan) Seungsoo Hyun, Hanyang University (Korea) Shigeki Ono, Asahikawa University (Japan) Akiyama Tetsu, Waseda University (Japan) Marina Shchepetunina, Osaka University (Japan)
“Prostitution in Traffic―Nagasaki-Vladivostok-Beijing: Through the Perspective of a Japanese Literary Man” “Corruption and the Regime in Post-Soviet Armenia” “The Effects of Foreign Exchange and Monetary Policies in Russia” “Where the Three Worlds Met: Kyrgyz Nomads Between the Nomadic and Islamic Factor under the Russian Imperial Rule” “Язычество в православии и мифологическое мышление в синтоизме”
              Gul’banu Izbassarova, Aktobe State University (Kazakhstan)    
              “The Formation of the Russian Imperial Idea in the Steppe in the Middle of the Nineteenth Century”    
Discussant: Vladimir Kozhevnikov, Institute of History, Far Eastern Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Russia) Graeme Gill, The University of Sydney (Australia) Mayu Michigami, Niigata University (Japan) Norihiro Naganawa, Hokkaido University (Japan) Yuri Sugino, St. Andrew's University(Japan)
Session 2―August 9 Friday―1:30-3:15 pm
  II-1   II-2   II-3   II-4   II-5
Representation of War Victims in the Twentieth Century: From Heroism to Atrocities Changes and Continuity: Russia’s Experiences in the Post-Soviet Space The Twentieth Century for Ordinary People: Gains and Losses The Twentieth Century: Macroscopic Approach Adaptations in the Cultural Contact Process between Modern Japan and Russia
Chair: Hiroshi Fukuda, Kyoto University (Japan) Irina Sandomirskaja, University College Södertörn (Sweden) Kazuhiro Kumo, Hitotsubashi University (Japan) TBA Tetsuo Mochizuki, Hokkaido University (Japan)
Papers: Peter Waldron, University of East Anglia (UK) Wan-suk Hong, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies (Korea) Takeo Hidai, Saitama Gakuen University (Japan) Huang Lifu, Institute of World History, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (China) Takashi Kimura, Professor Emeritus of Kyoto University (Japan)
“The Image of the Wounded Soldier in Official Propaganda and Popular Perception in Russia during the First World War” “Limits of Japanese-Russian negotiations on the Northern Territories: A Korean Perspective” “Soviet Kolkhoz Farmer’s Violation of the New Model Charter in the Late 1930s: Its Illegality and Rationality “Innovation of Systematic Theory and Roads to Socialist Market Economy: A Comparison of China and the Soviet Union” “Learning to Handle New Literary Structure: Literary Adaptation in Meiji Era and Pushkin.”
Go Koshino, Hokkaido University (Japan) Irina Korgun, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies (Korea) Svetlana Kovalskaya, Lev Gumilev Eurasian National University (Kazakhstan) Zhu Jianli, Institute of World History, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (China) Kayo Fukuma, Chiba University (Japan)
“Cultural Representation of the Khatyn Massacre in Belarus” “Russia’s Accession to WTO: Implications for Russian-Korean Trade and Investment Cooperation” “Kazakh Nomadic Culture of XX Century: The Tragic Losses, Gains and Strategies of Survival” “An Observation of the Russian Political History in the Twentieth Century: a Non-ideological System of Interpretation” “How to Create a Matryoshka?: The Invention of Tradition in Kustar Art in Late Imperial Russia.”
Eriko Kogo, Waseda University (Japan) Vasyl Marmazov, Ambassador of Ukraine to the Republic of Korea Berik Dulatov, Kostanai State Pedagogical Institute (Kazakhstan) Furugzod Usmanov (Tajikistan) Kumi Tateoka, Kobe University (Japan)
“The Human Bullets: The Images of the Wounded Soldiers in the Russo-Japanese War” “The Twentieth Anniversary of Relations between Ukraine and the Republic of Korea: Results and Prospects of Ukraine`s Policy in the Asia-Pacific Region within the Euro-Pacific Integration” “The Development of Education in Kazakhstan in 1913-2013 Years” “1913-2013 for Eurasia from Central Asian perspective” ”From Story to Expression: Theatre as the Space for Sympathy”
Joonseo Song, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies (Korea) Sergey Lyubichankovskiy, Orenburg Pedagogical University (Russia)
“Forging Post-Soviet Regional Identities: The Politics of War Memory in Smolensk” “Corruption within the Regional Administration System as an Important Reason for the Russian Empire’s Destruction”
Discussant: Yulia Mikhailova, Hiroshima City University (Japan) Vladimir Kozhevnikov, Institute of History, Far Eastern Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Russia) Uyama Tomohiko, Hokkaido University (Japan) Yutaka Takenaka, Osaka University (Japan) Ol’ga Krashina, Russian University of Pedagogy (Russia)
Oleg Manaev, Hokkaido University (Japan) Lyudmila Ermakova, Professor Emeritus of Kobe City University of Foreign Languages (Japan)
Session 3―August 9 Friday―3:30-5:15 pm
  III-1   III-2   III-3   III-4   III-5   III-6
Rising Powers and Conflict Management in Central Asia Managing Chinese Migrants in the Russian Far East Dialogues for Mutual Understanding, or Further Antagonism: Religion in Post-Soviet Russia and Ukraine Concept of Region and Demarcation Process in Central and Eastern Europe after World War I Performativity in Russian Culture in the Twentieth Century Russo-Japanese Relations after the Russo-Japanese War in the Global Context (1905-1916)
Chair: Timur Alexandrov, University of Cambridge (UK) Joni Virkkunen, University of Eastern Finland (Finland) Takehiko Inoue Go Koshino, Hokkaido University (Japan) Mitsuyoshi Numano, University of Tokyo (Japan) Teramoto Yasutoshi, Hiroshima University (Japan)
Papers: David Lewis, University of Bradford (UK) Sergey Ryazantsev, Elena Pismennaya, and Roman Manshin, ISPR, RAS (Russia) Sanami Takahashi, Tsukuba University (Japan) Vladimír Goněc, Masaryk University (Czech Republic) Valerij Gretchko, University of Tokyo (Japan) Eduard Baryshev, The University of Shimane (Japan)
“Regional security organisations and competing approaches to conflict in Central Asia” “Chinese and Vietnamese Migrants in Russia: A Comparative Analysis” “Heritage of Soviet Atheism, or a New Direction? — The Development of Religious Studies in Russia” “Political Borders, Economical Borders, Cultural Borders―A Dissonance: Problems of Central Europe during the Inter-War Period” “Performativity in the Contemporary Russian Poetry” “The Russo-Japanese Strategic Partnership during the First World War (1914–1918): International Meaning and Historical Lessons”
Yang Cheng, East China Normal University (China) Artem Lukyanets, Alexander Grebenyuk, University of Eastern Finland (Finland) Masako Arimune, Osaka University (Japan) Noriko Tsujikawa, Japan Society for Promotion of Science (Japan) Susumu Nonaka, Saitama University (Japan) Ikuko Morimoto, Kansai Uuniversity(Japan)
“Between Principle and Pragmatism: China and Conflict-Prevention Practices in Central Asia” “The Migration Development of the Russian Far East” “Orthodox Parishes: Diversity of Their Roles in the Post-Soviet Russia” “Territory and Nation as Factors of Hungarian Nationalism Presented through the Political Archives of the Former Leaders of 'October Revolution' of 1918” “Self-positioning of Conservatism: Vasily Rozanov’s Case” “Tokushima merchants in North Sea fishery business in the early 20th century”
Arkady Moshes, Finnish Institute of International Affairs (Finland) Hongmei Ma, Matsuyama University (Japan) Andrii Krawchuk, University of Sudbury (Canada) Yuko Ishino, Kanazawa University (Japan) Kim Soo-Hwan, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies (Korea) Sergey Tolstoguzov, Hiroshima University (Japan)
“The Eurasian Customs Union and the Future of Russian-Ukrainian Relations” “Chinese Migration to the Russian Far East: Regulations on the Chinese Side” “Constructing Interreligious Consensus in the Post-Soviet Space: the Ukrainian Council of Churches and Religious Organizations” “Where is the Sphere of Finland?: The Relationship between Greater Finland and “Finnishness” during the World Wars” “Rethinking ‘Poetics of Behavior’: On Yuri Lotman’s Performative Self” “Russo-Japanese Rapprochement in the International Context (1905-1907)”
Hiroshi Fukuda, Kyoto University (Japan)
“Is Trianon Still Alive?: Border Issues between Slovakia and Hungary after WWI”
Discussant: TBA Paul Fryer, University of Eastern Finland (Finland) Kimitaka Matsuzato, Hokkaido University (Japan) Jeremy Smith, University of Eastern Finland (Finland) Kyohei Norimatsu, University of Tokyo (Japan) Aleksander Tolstoguzov, Aomori Public University (Japan)

Special Lectures―August 9 Friday―5:30- 6:30 pm
 Mitsuyoshi Numano, University of Tokyo
The Seagull Goes to the Cosmos, and Haruki goes to Sakhalin -Border Crossing and Cultural Interactions between Russia and Japan-
(in English)
 Tetsuo Mochizuki , Hokkaido University
Comparing the Incomparable -What We Learned from the Eurasian Regional Powers Project-
(in Russian)

Conference Dinner―August 9 Friday―6:30- 8:30 pm

Session 4 ―August 10 Saturday―9:30-11:15 am
  IV-1   IV-2   IV-3   IV-4
Civil Society Movements in Russia and East-Central Europe Rising China and India, Easternising Russia ― An Emerging Geopolitics Migrants and Home across Border in Central Asia Politics Came before Everything? : The Russo-Japanese Economic Relations in the First Half of the Twentieth Century
Chair: Yulia Mikhailova, Hiroshima City University (Japan) Yang Cheng, East China Normal University (China) Mayu Michigami, Niigata University (Japan) Hiroshi Fukuda, Kyoto University (Japan)
Papers: Irina Sandomirskaja, University College Södertörn (Sweden) Shih-Hao Kang, National Formosa University (Taiwan) Joni Virkkunen, University of Eastern Finland (Finland) Yukimura Sakon, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (Japan)
“Soviet Dissident Women Activism: A Peculiar Case of Non-Feminist Feminism” “Capitalising Chinese Threat in Russia: A Case Study of ‘Baltic Pearl Project’ in Saint Petersburg” “Homes and 'In-between' Spaces of Central Asian Migrants in Russia” “Vladivostok and Odessa just before the First World War: Rethinking the Geopolitics of the Russian Empire”
Georges Mink, College of Europe (France) Li Sui-an, Institute of History, Heilongjiang Provincial Academy of Social Sciences (China) Paul Fryer, University of Eastern Finland (Finland) Yaroslav Shulatov, Hiroshima City University (Japan)
“The Unsuccessful Attempt at Polish-Ukrainian Reconciliation: Top-down and Bottom-up Civil Society and Elite Movements” “Image of Russia in the Eyes of the Public of the People’s Republic of China” “Border Management or Mismanagement?: Demarcation, Delimitation, and Creeping Migration along the Tajik-Kyrgyz Border” “The Perspectives and Problems of the Soviet-Japanese Economic Relations in the 1920s”
Thomas Bremer, University of Münster ( (Germany) Li Xing, Beijing Normal University (China) Norio Horie, University of Toyama (Japan) Masafumi Asada, National Institute of Japanese Literature (Japan)
“The Pussy Riot trial and the Russian Orthodox Church” “The Cultural Interpretations of Diplomacy of Russia and India as Eurasian BRICs Countries” “Labor Migrants from Tajikistan and Their Home Community” “The Great Deal: Sealing of the Chinese Eastern Railway in 1935”
      Feng Shaolei, East China Normal University (China)        
      "Future Sino-Russian Relationship in the Asia-Pacific Region"        
Discussant: Nobuaki Shiokawa, Professor Emeritus of Tokyo University (Japan) Nobuo Shimotomai, Hosei University (Japan) Tetsuro Chida, Hokkaido University (Japan) Eisuke Kaminaga, Niigata University of International and Information Studies (Japan)
Session 5 ―August 10 Saturday―11:30 am-1:15 pm
  V-1   V-2   V-3   V-4   V-5   V-6
Holding a Complex Empire “One and Indivisible”: Russian Society in the Early Twentieth Century Cooperation and Development in Northeast Asia on the Background of Russia’s Strategic Shift to the East Central Asian Society Today The Old Believers in Manchuria Force of Cultural Values in Russian Literature How Russia Is Studied in Its Neighbors? -Heilongjiang, Kazakhstan, Mongolia, and Taiwan (Roundtable)
Chair: Yoko Aoshima, Kobe University (Japan) Nobuo Shimotomai, Hosei University (Japan) Uyama Tomohiko, Hokkaido University (Japan) Naho Igaue, Chuo University (Japan) Kazuhisa Iwamoto, Wakkanai Hokusei Gakuen University (Japan) TBA
Papers: Jane Burbank, New York University (USA) Wang Ning, Shanghai International Studies University (China) Timur Alexandrov, University of Cambridge (UK) Ivan Shevnin, Russian Geographical Society (Russia) Park Hye-Kyung, Hallym University (Korea) Li Sui-an, Institute of History, Heilongjiang Provincial Academy of Social Sciences (China)
“Communicating Sovereignty: Networks of Legal Rule in the Kazan Judicial Circuit” “Development of the Eastern Part of Russia during the Last Three Centuries: Achievements and Lessons” “Tradition vs Postmodernism: A Search for the Intermediary Path between Universalist and Relativist Notions of Associational Life in Central Asia” “Policies of the Secular Authorities towards the Old Believers Church in Northern Manchuria in the 1920-1930s” “The Subjective Vision and Aesthetics of the Observer in Nabokov’s Works” “Research Process on the USSR and Russia in Heilongjiang Province”
Haruka Miyazaki, Seikei University (Japan) Na Chuanlin, Shanghai International Studies University (China) Ion Voicu Sucală, Technical University of Cluj-Napoca (Romania) Tsutomu Tsukada, Translator (Japan) Choi Jin Seok, Chungbuk National University (Korea) Svetlana Kovalskaya, Lev Gumilev Eurasian National University (Kazakhstan)
“The Sense of Belonging in Russian Ruled Poland: A. Hartglas and Jewish Community in Warsaw” “The Influence of North- Korean Nuclear Weapon Issue on China's Foreign Policy” “Investigating Organizational Culture in Kazakhstan” “The Old Believers' Attempt to Emigrate from Northeast China to Paraguay in 1953” “Revisiting the Meaning of ‘Carnival’ in Bakhtinian Thought” “Как изучают Россию в Казахстане”
Yoshiro Ikeda, University of Tokyo (Japan) Lu Changhong, Shanghai International Studies University (China) Anel Kulakhmetova, University of Cambridge (UK) Xia Zhongxian, Beijing Normal University (China) Dulbaa Altai, Institute of International Studies, Mongolian Academy of Social Sciences (Mongolia)
“Putting together an imperial jigsaw puzzle: How the Russian Empire was envisaged in the health resort boom during the First World War” “Russia’s Strategic Eastward Shift Has a Long Way to Go” “An Agenda for Kazakhstan Children: ‘Beings’ vs ‘Becomings’? “Research into the Narration of the Soviet History in the Post-Soviet Literature” “How Mongolians Studied Russia?”
Yang Bo, Shanghai International Studies University (China) Venerakhan Torobekova, Regional Institute for Economic Freedom and Leadership (Kyrgyzstan) Shi-Hao Kang, National Formosa University (Taiwan)
Китайско-российское сотрудничество в Аизатско-Тихоокеанском регионе сегодня: актуальные вопросы и векторы развития “Clan Politics” or “Patron-Client” Relations in Post-Soviet Central Asia: In Postcolonial Discourse “The Development of Russian Studies in Taiwan: a Brief Review”
Discussant: Peter Waldron, University of East Anglia (UK) Hiroshi Yamazoe, National Institute for Defence Studies (Japan) Joni Virkkunen, University of Eastern Finland (Finland) Hideaki Sakamoto, Tenri university (Japan) Valerij Gretchko, University of Tokyo (Japan) Thomas Bremer, University of Münster (Germany)

Session 6 ―August 10 Saturday―2:45-4:30 pm

  VI-1   VI-2   VI-3   VI-4   VI-5
Troubled Waters: Environmental Perspectives on the Siberian Rivers Diversion Project (Sibaral), the Danube River, and the Aral Sea Regime Dynamics in Russia, Ukraine, and Belarus Eurasia: A Continent of Migration Repression and the Fate of Soviet Intelligentsia Teaching Russian Language and Culture
Chair: Mitsuko Watanabe, Nara Women’s University (Japan) Atsushi Ogushi, Keio University (Japan) Sergey Ryazantsev, ISPR, RAS (Russia) Yoshiro Ikeda, University of Tokyo (Japan) Junichi Toyota, International Christian University (Japan)
Papers: Christopher J. Ward, Clayton State University (USA) Graeme Gill, University of Sydney (Australia) Xuelong Wang, Hokkaido University (Japan) Zhang Jianhua, Beijing Normal University (China) Tatiana Kudoyarova, Osaka University (Japan)
“Pandora’s Box Reopened: The Birth, Death, and Rebirth of Sibaral” “The Stabilization of Authoritarian Rule in Russia?” “Introducing Distance into Migration Model: A Way to Explain the Existing Conflict Findings” “USSR and China:Cultural Revolution and Intellectuals Destiny: Comparison of Maxim Gorky and Hu Feng” “On some Peculiarities of Clippings in Russian in Comparison with Japanese”
Osamu Ieda, Hokkaido University (Japan) Kimitaka Matsuzato, Hokkaido University (Japan) Sergey Tkachev, Far Eastern Federal University (Russia) Arailym Mussagaliyeva, Lev Gumilev Eurasian National University (Kazakhstan) Su Xiao, Beijing National University (China)
“From Monologue to Trialogue among Party, Academy, and Society: Gabcikovo-Nagymaros Dam Issue in the Socialist Hungary in the 1980s” “The Party of Regions of Ukraine and Donets’k Politics: A Peculiar Way to Authoritarianism ” “The Agricultural Colonization of South Ussuri Region of Russia and Hokkaido of Japan” “Stalin Camps in the Territory of Kazakhstan” “Love for Children, Devotion with Soul: The Impact of Sukhomlinsky’s View of Teachers on Chinese Teachers”
Tetsuro Chida, Hokkaido University (Japan) Oleg Manaev, Hokkaido University (Japan) Wang Xiaoju, Institute of World History ,Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (China) Yoko Tateishi, Hokkaido University (Japan) Liu Juan, Beijing Normal University (China)
“Why the Aral Sea Could Not Be Saved? Socialistic Irrationalities and General ‘Misfits’” “Peculiarities of Belarusian Authoritarianism and Its Influence on Regime Dynamics in Russia and Ukraine” “The Russian Migration and the Development of Northeastern China (from the Late Nineteenth Century to the Middle of the Twentieth Century)” “The Post-Stalin Thaw and Soviet historians: A.M. Pankratova and Voprosy Istorii from 1953 to 1957” “Linguistic Culture Teaching Pedagogy Pertaining Practical and Theoretical Concerns”
Discussant: Masahiro Tokunaga, Kansai University (Japan) Ayame Suzuki, Fukuoka Women’s University (Japan) Norio Horie, University of Toyama (Japan) Yaroslav Shulatov, Hiroshima City University (Japan)  Margarita Kazakevich, Osaka University (Japan)

Session 7 ―August 10 Saturday―4:45-6:30 pm
  VII-1   VII-2   VII-3   VII-4   VII-5   VII-6
Between Anti-Imperialism and Imperial Legacy: The Bolsheviks’ Involvement in the Middle East Languages and Politics Institutions and Elites in the USSR and Russia Russian Society Today Soviet Literature and Culture Uneasy Coexistence: Russia and Its Neighbors
Chair: Yaroslav Shulatov, Hiroshima City University (Japan) Ivan Bondarenko, Kiev University (Ukraine) Tadayuki Hayashi, Kyoto Women’s University (Japan) Fumikazu Sugiura, Teikyo University (Japan) Kumi Tateoka, Kobe University (Japan) TBA
Papers: Denis Volkov, University of Manchester (UK) Junichi Toyota, International Christian University (Japan) Jeremy Smith, University of Eastern Finland (Finland) Anna Tolkachova, Kazan Federal University (Russia) Akira Furukawa, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies (Japan) Guo Yuqi, Sichuan University of Foreign Languages (China)
“New Foreign Policy – Updated Oriental Studies? The Power/Knowledge Nexus in Early Soviet ‘Iranology,’ 1917-1941” “Language as a cultural identity in contact: the case of Lithuanian” “Randomness and Order: the Authority of Leaderships in the Soviet Republics after the Death of Stalin” “The National Identity and the Language of Regionalism in Contemporary Russia. The Case of St-Petersburg Press” “Society as an Irresistible Force of Nature: the Works of Andrei Platonov on the Revolution in Progress” “Российско-японские отношения с точки зрения геополитики”
Norihiro Naganawa, Hokkaido University (Japan) Yuko Shimeki, Osaka University(Japan) Mari Aburamoto, Tokyo University (Japan)
Ilja Viktorov, Södertörn University (Sweden) Park Sun Yung, Chungbuk National University (Korea) Piotr Bajor, Jagiellonian University (Poland)
“The Red Sea Becoming Red? The Bolsheviks’ Commercial Enterprise in the Hijaz and Yemen, 1924-1938” “Meaning and Importance of the Ridna Mova Question in Censuses of Ukraine” "The Role of Regional Elites in Establishing the 'United Russia': Saratov, Samara and Ul’yanovsk, from the Mid-2000s to 2011"

“The State, Informal Networks and Financial Market Regulation in Post-Soviet Russia, 1990-2008” “On Aspects of Anna Akhmatova’s Automythologization” “Partners or Rivals? Polish-Russian Relations after the Collapse of the Soviet Union”
Nami Odagiri, Kansai University (Japan) Kazuhiro Kumo, Hitotsubashi University (Japan) Akiko Honda, Hokkaido University (Japan) Ekaterina Semenova, Financial University under the RF Government (Russia)
“Debates Concerning Elements of Russian Origin in the Kyrgyz Language” “Mortality Trends in Russia Revisited: A Systematic
“Architecture in the Media: Ivan Leonidov’s Virtual City in the Architectural Journal SA “How Is Government Innovation Policy of Japan Perceived in Putin’s Russia?”
Eun Joo Koo, University of Cambridge (UK) Jheewon Cha, Seoul National University (Korea) Hiroshi Yamazoe, National Institute for Defence Studies (Japan)
“Language Policy and Access to the Labour Market” “A Great Experiment or A Lost Dream?: The Idea and the Practice of “Lifecreation” in Russian Symbolists’ Dramas” “Russian Military Industry and Export”
Discussant: Yoshiro Ikeda, University of Tokyo (Japan) Tatiana Smirnova, Tenri University (Japan) Atsushi Ogushi, Keio University (Japan) Irina Korgun, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies (Korea) Kazuhisa Iwamoto, Wakkanai Hokusei Gakuen University (Japan)  Takeshi Yuasa, National Institute for Defense Studies (Japan)

Closing Session ― August 10 Saturday―6:45-7:15 pm
Concluding remarks from representatives of the JCREES, CAREECAS, KASS, and MACEES.
On the next East Asian Conference.

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