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Hitoshi Kuribayashi, Hailan ed.
A Study of the Mongolian Documents Involved in Man-wen yuan-dang, Written in the Early 17th Century

Inja Lee, Masahisa Segawa eds., contributed by Abito Itoh, Jong Su Ahn, Inja Lee
From behind the Veil: A Cultural Anthropological Analysis of the North Korean Populace

Despite the country’s important position in Northeast Asia and its close proximity to Japan, conducting academic research in North Korea has not been possible. However, researchers have recently attempted pioneering studies through various means. This volume is the result of a symposium hosted by CNEAS in February 2014 to introduce their newest research products and facilitate discussion on the analysis of current conditions and prospects for future research.

TAKAHASHI Yoichi, SATO Daisuke, KOSEKI Yuichiro
Reviving Murata Town of the Edo Period -The Message of the Historical Documents of the Yamada Family-

Hitoshi Kuribayashi ed
Meng-Han Zidian - Mongolian-Chinese Dictionary of 1928 -

Sampildondov Chuluun, Hurcha, Hiroki Oka
Daiqing dynasty and Mongolians (in Mongolian)

This is the collected articles presented to the International Symposium “Daiqing Dynasty and Mongolians” jointly organized by three institutions including CNEAS.TU, Institute of History of Mongolian Academy of Sciences and the Tourism College of Inner Mongolian Normal University, held in 7 September, 2012 at Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. 20 articles relating to the various topics of the Qing era Mongolian history. All the articles were published in Mongolian.

Hitoshi Kuribayashi
Hsiao-ching -An Early Mongolian Version-

SASAKI Satoshi
The Reprint and Bibliography of Kaiyuan Zhangjing Manuscripts Held by Ming Dynasty

ARATAKE Kenichiro
The Study of local history:Cultural heritage of Osaki City, Miyagi Prefecture

Hiroki Takakura and Katsuhiko Takizawa eds.
2011 Fiscal Year Report of Documentation Project for “Investigation of the Damage to Folk Cultural Assets from the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami”

This collection of reports records the current state of folk culture and is specifically is concerned with how the disaster has affected the entertainment, festivals, local businesses, and customs of the regional societies in the area. The Miyagi Prefecture Regional Heritage Rebuilding Executive Committee delegated the research contained in this collection to be carried out after the coastal areas of Miyagi Prefecture suffered catastrophic damage from the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami on March 11, 2011. The study covered each regional society on the coast of Miyagi Prefecture from Kesen-numa to Yamamoto. This collection of reports aims to present an overview of the current status of the rebuilding process in these regional societies in the aftermath of the disaster, and covers the administration policies involved in promoting the regional society rebuilding process for the afflicted areas as well as the extent of damage to folk culture. Through this investigative study, we have sought to provide a resource for regional societies, government, researchers in related areas, as well as outside parties to discuss and examine the role of folk culture in the rebuilding process of regional societies following the disaster.

Ryuta Kikuya and Katsuhiko Takizawa
Shamanism as Physical Practice

This Proceedings is based on the International Conference on "Shamanism as Physical Practice" concerned the history, scope and transmission of Shamaniam, held in Kawauchi-Media Hall in Tohoku University on February 21, 2011. Furthermore this Proceedings includes stuidies of members of Tohoku Shaman Studeis, organized the Conference, summarized their activities in this proceedings. This Proceedings is a result by joint research (the 2011 fiscal year) with Center for Northeast Asian Studies(CNEAS).

Motoyuki Sato and Hiroki Takakura eds.
Research Collaborations among Institutes: Proceeding of Symposium organized by the Section of Humanity and Social Sciences in the Director Council of University Research Institute and center

Hitoshi Kuribayashi
Mengwen Daogang :Mongolian-Chinese-Manchu Triglot Dictionary of 1851

Mengwen Daogang(蒙文倒綱) is a triglot (Mongolian-Chinese-Manchu) dictionary compiled by Saishangga in 1851 in China. It is a handwritten manuscript of 16 volumes, the headwords are arranged by Mongolian traditional alphabet. The dictionary is of great value because it had a great impact to the Mongolian dictionaries afterwards. Here all the volumes of the dictionary are reproduced by means of facsimile from cover to cover.

H. Takakura, K. Takizawa, N. Masaoka eds.
2011 Fiscal Year Report of Documentation Project for “Investigation of the Damage to Folk Cultural Assets from the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami”

This collection of reports records the current state of folk culture and is specifically is concerned with how the disaster has affected the entertainment, festivals, local businesses, and customs of the regional societies in the area. The Miyagi Prefecture Regional Heritage Rebuilding Executive Committee delegated the research contained in this collection to be carried out after the coastal areas of Miyagi Prefecture suffered catastrophic damage from the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami on March 11, 2011. The study covered each regional society on the coast of Miyagi Prefecture from Kesen-numa to Yamamoto. This collection of reports aims to present an overview of the current status of the rebuilding process in these regional societies in the aftermath of the disaster, and covers the administration policies involved in promoting the regional society rebuilding process for the afflicted areas as well as the extent of damage to folk culture. Through this investigative study, we have sought to provide a resource for regional societies, government, researchers in related areas, as well as outside parties to discuss and examine the role of folk culture in the rebuilding process of regional societies following the disaster.

HIRAKAWA Arata
Reviving the Memory of the Streets of Old Sendai
-the History of Tori-cho, Tsutsumi-machi, and the Kitayama area-

The Contents of this book are based on the CNEAS symposium “Passing on our Historical Heritage”, held on November 13, 2010.
In Japan, many historical material still remain in local communities, and most of them have been put in danger of disappearing by drastic changes in society in recent years, and disasters. So making new systems of prevention and inheritance are urgent tasks for us.
There are many points on 5 papers, 2 comments and the discussion on the symposium in this book. Through this book, we will show how it is possible to pass on historical material in local communities in Japan as “our historical heritage”.


HIRAKAWA Arata and SATO Daisuke
Passing on Our Historical Heritage

The Contents of this book are based on the CNEAS symposium “Passing on our Historical Heritage”, held on November 13, 2010.
In Japan, many historical material still remain in local communities, and most of them have been put in danger of disappearing by drastic changes in society in recent years, and disasters. So making new systems of prevention and inheritance are urgent tasks for us.
There are many points on 5 papers, 2 comments and the discussion on the symposium in this book. they will show how it was possible to pass on historical material in local communities in Japan as “our historical heritage”.


Ch. Dashdavaa, Xinggeltu, Hiroki Oka ed. 2011
Historical study of Mongolia and its sources (in Mongolian)

This book is contains the articles contributed to the international symposium “The study of Mongolian history and historical sources” organized by the Institute of History of Mongolian Academy of Sciences, The School of Mongolian Studies of Inner Mongolian Normal University, China and Center for Northeast Asian Studies, Tohoku University in September 2009 at Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. It includes 34 articles discussing the historical sources of the country’s entire history.


Hiroki TAKAKURA ed. 2010
Exhibition Catalogue of the “Reindeer Peoples Through Japanese Eyes: Returning Home of the Siberian Ethnographic Photography” (in Japanese and Russian)


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