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StaffStudent List

School Year Name Affiliation Themes
Third year of doctoral course Yoko Kagami Graduate School of Arts and Letters The function of "desu/masu" in contemporary Japanese, and their positioning in the grammar system
Peiyao Wu Graduate School of International Cultual Studies Interpreting “Faith” in Modern Japan: Buddhism, History and the State
Second year of doctoral course Sora Hoizumi Graduate School of Arts and Letters Japanese Christian and Political Philosophy in Wartime Japan
Tomoya Masuda Graduate School of Arts and Letters The Self-Creation of Kokugaku: The Birth of the "Mikuni" and Its Changes
Ai Yu Graduate School of Arts and Letters An Anthropological Study of Muslim Women's Beliefs and Gender Consciousness in Non-Muslim Societies
Jugo Sato Graduate School of Environmental Studies An anthropological study on gathering activities of wild edible foods from the perspective of "place": In the case of mountainous area in southwestern Akita
First year of doctoral course Yota Watanabe Graduate School of Arts and Letters An Anthropological Study of Poverty: Revealing Child Poverty in Japan from the Perspective of Children
Jian Guan Graduate School of Arts and Letters The penal servitude in premodern China
Xuehan Zhao Graduate School of Arts and Letters The relationship between acquisition of mental lexicon and identity establishment in bilingual children
Sang-yun Han Graduate School of International Cultual Studies Esoteric Buddhism and the Occult in Postwar Japan: Perspectives from Global Religious History
Takuma Hosoi Graduate School of Economics and Management Developmental processes and institutional change in the petrochemical industry during theJapanese high growth era: A comparative institutional analysis of public-private cooperation
Second year of master course Zibo Chen Graduate School of Economics and Management 19th Century Britain's expansion into the Middle East and Asia and local response
Satone Komoriya Graduate School of Arts and Letters Learning language occurs not by alone but by interacting with others:Online communities of practicefor Japanese language leraners
Chisato Makishima Graduate School of Arts and Letters Anthropological Studies of Drag Queens
Rei Emura Graduate School of Arts and Letters Language-universal Mechanism of Misunderstanding
Liwei Tan Graduate School of Arts and Letters Indirect speech act processing in older adults