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Type I : Field-based Area Studies by Using Field Stations and Liaison Offices
H28 I-1 Re-examining the Commodification of Nature in Southeast Asia Ubukata Fumikazu
(Okayama University, Graduate School of Environmental and Life Science)
H28 I-2 Border Control and Frontier Society in Indonesia in the “Reformation” Period Nagatsu Kazufumi
(Toyo University, School of Sociology)
H29 I-3 Sustainable Development of Artisanal Gold Mining by Establishment of Mercury-Free Gold Extraction Method and Psycho-Bioremediation of Mercury Contamination in Indonesia Takahi Sachiko
(Akita University, Faculty of Education and Human Studies)
H29 I-4 Transformation of Living Environments and Political Changes among Peasants in a Semi-developed Country: A Case Study of Northeast Thailand Fujita Wataru
(Osaka Prefecture University, School of Sustainable System Sciences)
Type II : Intensive and Strategic Area Studies in Collaboration with CSEAS Visiting Fellows
H28 II-1 Technological Development after Agricultural Modernization in Rice Growing Mainland Southeast Asia Asada Haruhisa
(Nara Women’s University, Faculty of Letters)
H29 II-2 Land Conflicts in Contemporary Indonesia and Their Meaning in the Historical Context Kano Hiroyoshi
(Kyoto University, Center for Southeast Asian Studies)
Type III : Document-sharing through Use of the CSEAS Repository
H28 III-1 Improving Infrastructure for the Preservation and Utilization of Post World War II Local Newspapers in Thailand Ito Yuma
(Toyama University of International Studies, Faculty of Contemporary Science)
H29 III-2 Basic Research on Minorities and Christianity in Mainland Southeast Asia through Ronald Renard’s Collection Tazaki Ikuko
(Otani University, Shin Buddhist Comprehensive Research Institute)
Type IV : Exploratory Area Studies Aiming at Larger-scale Research Projects
H28 IV-1 Community Policing in Southeast Asia: Assessing the Impact on Community Security and Police Reform Kiba Saya
(Doshisha University, Faculty of Policy Studies)
H28 IV-2 Basic Research for Sharing Metadata of Written Materials in Mainland Southeast Asia Kikuchi Yoko
(Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Institute of Global studies)
H28 IV-3 The Transformation of Economies in Southeast Asia under Colonial Regimes: A Comparative Historical Study Nishimura Takeshi
(Kansai University, Faculty of Economics)
H28 IV-4 Regaining Self: The Post-war Life of Survivors of Wartime Sexual Violence in Indonesia Suzuki Takashi
(Freelance Researcher)
H28 IV-5 The Maluku Conflict and Reconciliation: An Interdisciplinary Study Kawano Yoshiharu
(National Institute of Technology, Yuge College, General Education Department)
H28 IV-6 Stock Management for Sustainable Fisheries: A Model for the Mekong Giant Catfish Mitamrua Hiromichi
(Kyoto University, Graduate School of Informatics)
H28 IV-7 Toward Stopping Tropical Deforestation: An Interdisciplinary Study to Consider Breakthroughs Kurashima Takayuki
(Kyoto University, Graduate School of Asian and African Area Studies)
H28 IV-8 Frailty among the Elderly: A Comparative Study of Contributing Social Factors in Japan and Thailand Kimura Yumi
(Kyoto University, Center for Southeast Asian Studies)
H28 IV-9 Politics of Answerability in Southeast Asia Miichi Ken
(Iwate Prefectural University, Faculty of Policy Studies)
H29 IV-10 Historical Study of the PREK THNOT Power and Irrigation Development Project in Cambodia in the 1960sー1970s Fujimoto Tokihiko
(Shizuoka University, Faculty of Agriculture)
H29 IV-11 The Politics of Anti-Corruption Enforcement Toyama Ayako
(Kyoto University, Center for Southeast Asian Studies)
H29 IV-12 Documentary Research on Han-nom Manuscripts Shimizu Masaaki
(Osaka University, Graduate school of language and culture)
H29 IV-13 (Re)connecting the Past after the Battle Field: A Study of Cambodian Historiography after the End of its Civil War in 1991 Shintani Haruno
(The University of Tokyo, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences)
H29 IV-14 Current Status of Treatment and Care for Neuromuscular Disease in Southeast Asia Banno Haruhiko
(University of Massachusetts, Medical School)
H29 IV-15 Factors Affecting Tropical Deforestation Rates in Eight Southeast Asian Countries: Long-term and Regional-scale Analysis Imai Nobuo

(Tokyo University of Agriculture, Department of Forest Science)

H29 IV-16 How to Save Monarchy from Extinction in Asia Sakurada Chie
(Kyoto University, Graduate School of Asian and African Area Studies)
H29 IV-17 Yunnan-Kachin-Assam Corridor: Will China, Myanmar and India Connect in the Interior? Imamura Masao
(Yamagata University, Human and Social Sciences)
Type V : Publication of “Kyoto Area Studies on Asia”
H29 V-1 Networked: Business and Politics in Decentralizing Indonesia, 1998ー2004 Wahyu Prasetyawan
(Syarif Hidayatullah Islamic State University, Jakarta, Indonesia)
Type VI : Individual Research Program for Fostering Young Scholar
H29 VI-1 Representations of Ideal Socialist Education in the Organ “Kampuchea” in the People’s Republic of Kampuchea Senda Sayaka
(Nagoya University, Graduate School of Education and Human Development)
H29 VI-2 Mae Naak: New Opera Heroine Who Embodies Buddhist Ideas and Femininity in Contemporary Thailand Kawamoto Kanae
(Ryukoku University, Graduate School of Letters)
H29 VI-3 Historical Formation of Cardamom Production Sites in Western Cambodia Ishibashi Hiroyuki
(Waseda University, Advanced Research Center for Hunan Sciences)
H29 VI-4 Mon National History in the Textbooks of Ethnic Mon Non-state Education Programs in Myanmar Wada Michihiro
(Kyoto University, Center for Southeast Asian Studies)
H29 VI-5 Community Formation Among Myanmar Refugees Following Resettlement: Analysis of a Documentary Film Naoi Riyo
(Kyoto University, Center for Southeast Asian Studies)
H29 VI-6 The Socio-economic Situation of Early British Burma: An Analysis of Primary Historical Documents Fujimura Hitomi
(Sophia University, Graduate School of Global Studies)
Type VII
H29   For the Promotion of Young Researchers’ International Exchange