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Joint Researchers

Members of ILCAA’s “Joint Research Projects” are all affiliated with ILCAA as “Joint Researchers”; 350 to 400 researchers within Japan and across the world are associated with the Institute in this manner.


Participating project name:

Studies on Religious and Politico-Social Minority Groups in Middle Eastern Societies

  • Antranik DAKESSIAN
  • Asuka TSUJI
  • Guita HOURANI
  • Hidemi TAKAHASHI
  • Hiroki WAKAMATSU
  • Ray. J. MOUAWAD
  • Souad SLIM
  • Takayuki YOSHIMURA
  • Yohei KONDO

Culture and Society in Early Modern South Asia: Cross-Linguistic Comparative Studies of Literary and Religious Texts

  • Ayako NINOMIYA
  • Chihiro KOISO
  • Hiroko NAGASAKI
  • Hiroyuki MASHITA
  • Ikuko WADA
  • Katsuyuki IDA
  • Kazuyo SAKAKI
  • Kiyokazu OKITA
  • Makoto KITADA
  • Masahiko MITA
  • Michihiro OGAWA
  • Satoshi OGURA
  • Taigen HASHIMOTO
  • Yoshifumi MIZUNO
  • Yuri ISHIDA

Economic Activities and Behaviors Based on Islam (The Second Term)

  • Emi IMAHORI
  • Hajime KAMIYAMA
  • Hiroyasu SATAKE
  • Masayuki AKAHORI
  • Mayuko OKAWA
  • Momo SHIOYA
  • Sachiyo KOMAKI
  • Satoshi MASUTANI
  • Shin YASUDA
  • Takashi KAWABATA
  • Tatsuya FUJIWARA
  • Yasuhiro FUKUSHIMA
  • Yukari SAI

Transformation of Religion as Reflected in Javanese Texts (2): Rethinking the Process of Islamization

  • Koji MIYAZAKI
  • Miho YAMASAKI
  • Oman FATHURAHMAN
  • So YAMANE
  • Sumio FUKAMI
  • Toru AOYAMA
  • Willem van der MOLEN
  • Yasushi TONAGA
  • Yumi SUGAHARA

Rethinking the History of Agriculture and Rural Societies in Africa: From the Viewpoint of Indigenous Agricultural Revolution

  • Chizuko SATO
  • Kaori KOMATSU
  • Kazuhiko SUGIMURA
  • Kenta SAKANASHI
  • Koichi IKEGAMI
  • Masahiko MATSUDA
  • Rumiko MURAO
  • Shuichi OYAMA
  • Shun ISHIYAMA
  • Tadasu TSURUTA
  • Takako ANKEI
  • Takeshi FUJIMOTO
  • Tatsuro SUEHARA
  • Toshikazu TANAKA
  • Yasuaki SATO
  • Yuichiro FUJIOKA
  • Yuko SUGIYAMA

Child Migration in East/Southeast Asia: The Culture and Identity of Children Raised in a Transnational Household

  • Chie SAKAI
  • Hsiao-Chuan HSIA
  • Kayoko ISHII
  • Masako KUDO
  • Misaki IWAI
  • Sachiko YOKOTA
  • Takayo OGISU
  • Tien-shi CHEN

Typological Study of Microvariation in Bantu (Phase 1)

  • Junko KOMORI
  • Katsuhiko SHIOTA
  • Koen BOSTOEN
  • Lutz MARTEN
  • Makoto FURUMOTO
  • Masaaki KADOYA
  • Maya ABE
  • Motomichi WAKASA
  • Nancy C. KULA
  • Nobuko YONEDA
  • Seunghun LEE
  • Shigeki KAJI
  • Tosirou KAMIYA
  • Yuka MAKINO
  • Yukiko MORIMOTO
  • Yuko ABE

Ethnolinguistic Lexical Documentation of the Southwestern Kalahari Khoe Languages

  • Akira TAKADA
  • Kazuyoshi SUGAWARA
  • Jiro TANAKA
  • Hirosi NAKAGAWA
  • Hitomi ONO
  • Junko MARUYAMA
  • Christfried NAUMANN

A Comprehensive Study of Tone/Accent Languages of Africa

  • Junko KOMORI
  • Katsuhiko SHIOTA
  • Kazuhiro KAWACHI
  • Kyoko KOGA
  • Makoto FURUMOTO
  • Masaaki KADOYA
  • Maya ABE
  • Miyako TAKAMURA
  • Motomichi WAKASA
  • Nobuko YONEDA
  • Shigeki KAJI
  • Shuichiro NAKAO
  • Tosirou KAMIYA
  • Yuka MAKINO
  • Yuko ABE

Studies on Reference Grammars

  • Daisuke EBINA
  • Kunihiko KUROKI
  • Michinori SHIMOJI
  • Naonori NAGAYA
  • Noboru YOSHIOKA
  • Nobuko YONEDA
  • Norihiko HAYASHI
  • Ryo MATSUMOTO
  • Shigehiro KATO
  • Shuichiro NAKAO
  • Syuntaro TIDA
  • Tetsuya KAWASUMI
  • Yuka MAKINO
  • Yuko ABE
  • Yuto NIINAGA

New perspectives of text studies in Yunnan, China

  • Aika TOMITA
  • Akiko IIJIMA
  • Akimasa KAWANO
  • Akira YOSHINO
  • Atsushi YAMADA
  • Chiyoko NAGATANI
  • Kazutaka NISHIKAWA
  • Kenji TATEISHI
  • Masashi NARA
  • Mio HORIE
  • Naomichi KUROSAWA
  • Noriyuki YAMADA
  • Satoru ITO
  • Tadahiko SHINTANI
  • Takashi NOMOTO
  • Toru SHIMIZU
  • Tsutomu INAMURA

Présence Africaine: Towards New Political and Cultural Perspectives

  • Ayako AIHARA
  • Ichiro MAJIMA
  • Moriyuki HOSHINO
  • Ryo OGAWA
  • Takayuki NAKAMURA
  • Tasuku SASAKI
  • Yukitoshi SUNANO
  • Yutaka YOSHIDA

Human Society in Evolutionary Perspectives (4)

  • David S. SPRAGUE
  • Gen YAMAKOSHI
  • Hideaki TERASHIMA
  • Hitonaru NISHIE
  • Kaoru ADACHI
  • Keiichi OMURA
  • Koji KITAMURA
  • Masakazu TANAKA
  • Michio NAKAMURA
  • Motomitsu UCHIBORI
  • Naofumi NAKAGAWA
  • Naoki KASUGA
  • Noriko ITOH
  • Shun’kichi HANAMURA
  • Suehisa KURODA
  • Takeo FUNABIKI
  • Toru SOGA
  • Yuji TAKENOSHITA
  • Yuko SUGIYAMA

Studies on Mongolic languages in Hexi corridor based on published material

  • Hiroyuki UMETANI
  • Hitoshi KURIBAYASHI
  • Horlo HARNUUD (Rile HAO)
  • J̌origtu (Zhaorigetu)
  • Nobuharu SATO
  • Shiho EBIHARA
  • Shinjiro KAZAMA
  • Tetsuya KAWASUMI
  • Yohei YAMADA
  • Yuta MATSUOKA

The case-marking systems in Ryukyuan: a typological survey

  • Christopher Davis
  • Hayato AOI
  • Hiromi SHIGENO
  • Michinori SHIMOJI
  • Nana TOHYAMA
  • Natsuko NAKAGAWA
  • Reiko ASO
  • Rihito SHIRATA
  • Satomi MATAYOSHI
  • Soichiro HARADA
  • Yuto NIINAGA

Typological Study on “Altaic-type” Languages.

  • Arzhaana Syuryun
  • Daisuke EBINA
  • Fuyuki EBATA
  • Heekyung CHAE
  • Hiromi KAJI
  • Hiroyuki UMETANI
  • Jingang
  • Michinori SHIMOJI
  • Noboru YOSHIOKA
  • Reiko ASO
  • Ryo MATSUMOTO
  • Sangyub BAEK
  • Shinjiro KAZAMA
  • Taiki YOSHIMURA

Semantics of Discourse Particles in East and Southeast Asian Languages

  • Christopher DAVIS
  • Christopher TANCREDI
  • David Y. OSHIMA
  • Gregoire WINTERSTEIN
  • Hiroki NOMOTO
  • Hooi Ling SOH
  • Jozina VANDER KLOK
  • Kiyoko TAKAHASHI
  • Magdalena KAUFMANN
  • Malte ZIMMERMANN
  • Masahiro YAMADA
  • Naonori NAGAYA
  • Satomi ITO
  • Stefan KAUFMANN
  • Yukinori TAKUBO
  • Yurie HARA

Studies in Asian Geolinguistics

  • Chitsuko FUKUSHIMA
  • Hidetoshi SHIRAISHI
  • Hiroyuki SUZUKI
  • Keita KURABE
  • Kenji YAGI
  • Masaaki SHIMIZU
  • Mika FUKAZAWA
  • Mika KONDO
  • Mitsuaki ENDO
  • Noa NISHIMOTO
  • Ray IWATA
  • Ryo MATSUMOTO
  • Satoko SHIRAI
  • Seiichi NAKAI
  • Shinsuke KISHIE
  • Sirivilai Teerarojanarat
  • Takashi UEYA
  • Yoichi NAGATO

Multi-disciplinary Study on Islam and Cultural Diversity in Southeast Asia (The Second Term)

  • Azizah Kassim
  • Hisao TOMIZAWA
  • Hisashi OGAWA
  • Julkipli Milhon Adduk
  • Keiko KURODA
  • Ken MIICHI
  • Masami MORI
  • Mika OKUSHIMA
  • Momo SHIOYA
  • Nao KANEKO
  • Naoki SODA
  • Nobutaka SUZUKI
  • Omar Farouk
  • Shamsul Amri Baharuddin
  • Shinya IMAIZUMI
  • Takashi KAWABATA
  • Yasuhiro FUKUSHIMA
  • Yoriko TATSUMI
  • Yumi SUGAWARA

A Study of Sources for African History

  • Akihito KUDO
  • Akiyo AMINAKA
  • Hiroaki OSAWA
  • Katsuhiko KITAGAWA
  • Momoka MAKI
  • Shinzo SAKAI
  • Yasuo MIZOBE
  • Yoko NAGAHARA

Citizenship and Political Participation: Comparative Study of the Influence of Migrants and Refugees on Community Development and Social Welfare

  • Atsusi KONDO
  • Kazuyori ITO
  • Kenichi YANAI
  • Koji HORINUKI
  • Mina SAEKI
  • Rumiko MURAO
  • Shin SUGAWARA
  • Shunsuke SHIRAKAWA
  • Tadayuki KUBO
  • Tien-shi CHEN
  • Yuko OSAKADA
  • Yuko TOBINAI

Early Modern Islamic States and the Surrounding World

  • Akihiko YAMAGUCHI
  • Akitsu MAYUZUMI
  • Ayako NINOMIYA
  • Hiroyuki MASHITA
  • Hiroyuki OGASAWARA
  • Ikuko WADA
  • Jun AKIBA
  • Kazuaki SAWAI
  • Ken’ichi ISOGAI
  • Kumiko SAITO
  • Mamoru TADA
  • Naofumi ABE
  • Ryuto SHIMADA
  • Satoru KIMURA
  • Tomoko MORIKAWA
  • Yasuhisa SHIMIZU
  • Yukako GOTO
  • Yutaka HORII
  • Yoichiro KAMONO

The new boundary-crossing approach on Ancient Chinese Slip and Tablet Documents (2) : Change and Duration in the Qin and Han as seen through a Comparison of Wooden Tablets from the Qin site of Liye and North-west Border Area of Han

  • Akira MOMIYAMA
  • Hideyuki WATANABE
  • Kunio HIROSE
  • Kyoko MEGURO
  • Makoto SATO
  • Naomi SUZUKI
  • Ryutaro KATANO
  • Sachiko IIDA
  • Shunsuke AOKI
  • Takeya Nakamura
  • Takeyuki Takamura
  • Tsuneko Sumiya
  • Yoko Murakami
  • Yuko Washio

The Society in Dunhuang based on the studies of multilingual sources newly discovered

  • Akihiro SAKAJIRI
  • Atsushi IWAMOTO
  • Dai MATSUI
  • Kazushi IWAO
  • Koichi KITSUDO
  • Meishi YAMAMOTO
  • Takatoshi AKAGI
  • Takayasu SATO
  • Yudong BAI

A Reflection of Anthropological Studies on Population Movements: Focusing on Women Experiences as an Interface and “Diasporic Space” in Southeast Aisan “Chinese Communities.”

  • Hironao KAWAI
  • Liulan Wang
  • Mizuka KIMURA
  • Sachiko YOKOTA
  • Tatsuki KATAOKA
  • Tetsu ICHIKAWA
  • Yuji NAKANISHI
  • Yuko MIO

Anthropological Study of Things(2) (Dynamics of Human/Non-human things)

  • Akinori KUBO
  • Atsurou MORITA
  • Kaori KOMATSU
  • Katsumi OKUNO
  • Keiichi OHMURA
  • Masakazu TANAKA
  • Motomitsu UCHIBORI
  • Michio NAKAMURA
  • Morie KANEKO
  • Naoki KASUGA
  • Noriko ITO
  • Shinya KONAKA
  • Suehisa KURODA
  • Tatsuya HIGAKI
  • Tomoko NIWA

Constructing a research network for documenting minority languages in and around Indonesia

  • Yuko ABE
  • Kazuya INAGAKI
  • Iku NAGASAKI
  • Naonori NAGAYA
  • Yoshimi MIYAKE
  • Alexander Adelaar
  • Anthony Jukes
  • Antoinette Schapper
  • Antonia Soriente
  • Frantisek Kratochvil
  • Hendrik Paat
  • I Wayan Arka
  • John Bowden
  • Katubi
  • Ketut Artawa
  • Rik de Busser
  • Sonja Riesberg
  • Yanti

A Study of the Accent and Intonation of Korean Dialects

  • Akira Utsugi
  • Clemens Poppe
  • John Whitman
  • Munsuk Lee
  • Rei Fukui
  • Son Jaehyun
  • Youngsuk Kang

Assessing Micro Level Linkages between Humans, Livestock, and the Environment in Amdo, Tibet: The Outgrowth of the Compilationof an Ethnographic Dictionary of Nomadic Vocabulary

  • Ju Gesang
  • Masahiro HIRATA
  • Nantaijia
  • Shiho EBIHARA
  • Shin’ichi TSUMAGARI
  • Yusuke BESSHO
  • Zhabu


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