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Type I : Field-based Area Studies by Using Field Stations and Liaison Offices
R1 I-1 Comprehensive and cross-regional studies on the positioning of fermented food culture in mainland Southeast Asia Yokoyama Satoshi
(Nagoya University, Graduate School of Environmental Studies)
R1 I-2 Identifying the Firefighting Infrastructure Necessary to Mitigate Peat Fires in Indonesia Onda Nariaki
(Forest Research and Management Organization, Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute, Tohoku Research Center)
R2 I-3 Museum Representaions of Thai Nationhood and Its Peoples: A Focus on Minorities Piyada Chonlaworn
(Tenri University, Faculty of International Studies)
Type II : Intensive and Strategic Area Studies in Collaboration with CSEAS Visiting Fellows
R1 II-1 The History and Contemporary Changes of Ecological Resource Use in Southeast Asia: A Case Study of Pursat Province, Cambodia Hyakumura Kimihiko
(Kyushu University, Institute of Tropical Agriculture)
Type III : Document-sharing through Use of the CSEAS Repository
R1 III-1 Primary Research on Philippine Social Economy under Spanish Colonial Rule Based on Material Analysis Sugaya Nariko
(Ehime University, Faculty of Law and Letters)
R2 III-2 Collecting and Analyzing Materials Published by Local Communities and Ethnic Minorities in Myanmar: Considering Grassroots Pluralism Wada Michihiro
(Kanda University of International Studies, Department of Asian Languages)
Type IV : Exploratory Area Studies Aiming at Larger-scale Research Projects
R1 IV-1 Comparative Study on Election Monitoring and Political Regime in Southeast Asia Iga Tsukasa
(Kyoto University, Center for Southeast Asian Studies)
R1 IV-2 Socio-Economic Change and the Development of Communication Technology in Modern Southeast Asia Kakizaki Ichiro
(Yokohama City University, International College of Liberal Arts)
R1 IV-3 Buddhists and Muslims in Theravada Societies in Mainland Southeast Asia: Historical and Anthropological Studies Ikeda Kazuto
(Osaka University, Graduate School of Language and Culture)
R1 IV-4 In Search of an Alternative Model of Living Together in the Globalized World: A Preliminary Case Study of an Organic Farm in Davao City, the Philippines Aoyama Waka
(The University of Tokyo, Institute for Advanced Studies on Asia)
R1 IV-5 Comparative Studies on the Media Representation of Migrants, Refugees, and Film-making in Asia and Africa Wang-Kanda Liulan
(Doshisha University, Faculty of Global and Regional Studies)
R1 IV-6 Reconsideration of the global standards of Angkor’s world heritage status: Discovering local knowledge by using informatics analysis Marui Masako
(Sophia University, Faculty of Global Studies)
R1 IV-7 What Do Migrants Bring Home?: Migration and Social Changes in China and Southeast Asia Horio Mio
(Gifu University, Faculty of Regional Studies)
R1 IV-8 A Comparative Study on the Ecological and Historical Contexts of GIAHS Sites in Eastern and Southeastern Asia: State, Market Economy, and Ecology Naito Naoki
(Tokushima University, Graduate School of Technology, Industrial and Social Sciences)
R1 IV-9 Influence of Mercury Poisoning on Infant Abnormalities around Artisanal and Small Scale Gold Mining Sites in Indonesia Tatsuno Mai
(Kyoto University, Graduate School of Medicine)
R2 IV-10 Control and Oversight Mechanisms for Paramilitary 0rganizations Kiba Saya
(Komatsu University, Faculty of International Communication)
R2 IV-11 Demographic Dynamics of the Jakarta Metropolitan Area: A Combined Micro and Macro Analysis Arai Kenichirou
(Asia University, Faculty of Urban Innovation)
R2 IV-12 An Analysis of Evolving Trends in Collaborative Interdisciplinary Research in Southeast Asian Studies Fujieda Ayako
(Kyoto Seika University, Faculty of Hunanities)
R2 IV-13 Post-War Japan–Thailand Relations Examined Through the Life Histories of the Japanese Remaining in Thailand: Multi-Disciplinary Research Project Employing Visual Archives and Interviews Naoi Riyo
(Kyoto University, Center for Southeast Asia Studies)
R2 IV-14 Toward a New Theory of Folk Beliefs in Southeast Asia: Rediscovering the Value of the Research of Mori Mikio and Phraya Anuman Rajadhon Jie Huang
(Aichi University, International Center for Chinese Studies)
R2 IV-15 Transformation of Traditional Care in Northern Thailand: The Qualitative Study on Families Taking Care of the Older People Watanabe Osamu
(Teikyo University of Sciences, Faculty of Medical Sciences)
R2 IV-16 Transformation of the Awareness and Practice of Care in Japan During the Global Spread of COVID-19: A Focus on Foreign Nurses and Care Workers Ohno Shun
(Seisen University, Department of Global Citizenship Studies)
R2 IV-17 The Anatomy of the Public Opinion of Local Governance in Indonesia and the Philippines Nishimura Kenichi
(Osaka University, Center for International Education and Exchange)
R2 IV-18 A Preliminary Study of Aid and Community Organization in Degraded Peatland Areas of Indonesia Hosobuchi Michiko
(Kyoto University, Center for Southeast Asia Studies)
Type VI : Individual Research Program for Fostering Young Scholar
R2 VI-1 (Re)Building Ethnicity from the Sealed Past: A Case Study of the Cia-Cia Laporo Living on Buton Island Kim Hyojin
(Waseda University, Graduate School of Letters, Arts and Sciences)
R2 VI-2 Governmentality of Indonesia’s Universal Healthcare Ayuha Daiki
(The University of Tokyo, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences)
R2 VI-3 A Critical Analysis of the Mahayana Buddhist Tradition in Modern Southeast Asia through Examining Hán-Nôm Buddhist Scriptures of the Wat Samananam Borihan Temple in Bangkok Kameyama Takahiko
(Ryukoku University, Research Center for World Buddhist Cultures)
R2 VI-4 Indonesian Music as “World Music”: Discourses of Japanese Music Critics Kim Yujin
(National Museum of Ethnology)