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Type I : Field-based Area Studies by Using Field Stations and Liaison Offices
H22 I-1 Informatization of Area Studies by Cooperative Fieldworks of Information Scientists and Area Study Researchers Ishikawa Masatoshi
(Faculty of Business Administration, Tokyo Seitoku University)
H22 I-2 Glocal Society: Collaborating and Building Bridges between the Insular Regions of Southeast Asia and the Pacific Islands Yamamoto Sota
(Research Center for the Pacific Islands, Kagoshima University)
Type II : Intensive and Strategic Area Studies in Collaboration with CSEAS Visiting Fellows
H22 II-1 Mutual Learning Practice-Area Studies for Sustainability of Rural Societies in Myanmar, Bangladesh and Japan Ohnishi Nobuhiro
(Faculty of Bioenvironmental Science, Kyoto Gakuen University)
Type III : Document-sharing through Use of the CSEAS Repository
H22 III-1 State Formation and Local Communities: A Comprehensive Study Based on the Cambodian Official Gazette Sasagawa Hideo
(College of Asia Pacific Studies, Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University)
Type IV : Exploratory Area Studies Aiming at Larger-scale Research Projects
H21 IV-1 Comparative Study of Land Use in Southeast Asia Umezaki Masahiro
(Graduate School of Medicine, The University of Tokyo)
H21 IV-2 Resource Sharing of Southeast Asian Studies Related Periodicals Kitamura Yumi
(Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University)
H21 IV-3 Comparative Research on People’s Participation in Local Governance: Thailand, the Philippines and Indonesia Nagai Fumio
(Graduate School of Law, Osaka City University)
H21 IV-4 An Incubation Study on Social Dynamics of Maritime Southeast Asia: Focusing on the Population Flow and the Making of Sea Folks Nagatsu Kazufumi
(Faculty of Sociology, Toyo University)
H21 IV-5 Development of Information Sharing Systems for Area Studies through International Cooperation Hoshikawa Keisuke
(Center for Integrated Area Studies, Kyoto University)
H21 IV-6 Repositioning Peranakan: Negotiating Nationality and Ethnicity in the Malay World Yamamoto Hiroyuki
(Center for Integrated Area Studies, Kyoto University)
H22 IV-1 Environmental Change of the Ayeyarwady Delta Haruyama Shigeko
(Graduate School of Bioresources, Mie University)
H22 IV-2 Comparative Study on Fisheries Resources Utilization and Management in Southeast Asia Ishikawa Satoshi
(School of Marine Science and Technology, Tokai University)
H22 IV-3 Trading Networks and the Role of the Entrepot in Southeast Asian History Kawamura Tomotaka
(Faculty of Humanities, University of Toyama)
H22 IV-4 A Socio-economic Study on Risk-pooling Mechanism in Rural Cambodia Fukui Seiichi
(Graduate School of Agriculture, Kyoto University)
H22 IV-5 Comparative Study of Rural Social Structure in Asia: Interplay between Community, State Authority and Development Policy Yanagisawa Masayuki
(Center for Integrated Area Studies, Kyoto University)
H22 IV-6 Urbanization and Sustainable Development of Hanoi Yonezawa Go
(Center for Coordination, Promotion and Communication, Research Institute for Humanity and Nature)
H22 IV-7 Preparatory Research Concerning Remote International Training Aiming at Building a Resilient Society Adaptable to Extreme Weather Conditions Takara Kaoru
(Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University)
Type V : Publication of “Kyoto Area Studies on Asia”
H22 V-1 Indigenizing Colonial Knowledge: The Formation of Pan-Malay Identity in British Malaya Soda Naoki
(Graduate School of Global Studies, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies)
H22 V-2 Fishing and Subsistence Strategies in Celebes Sea: Ethno-Archaeological Approach to Area Studies Ono Rintaro
(School of Marine Science and Technology, Tokai University)