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Current Invitees

List of Invitees to the 11th Hakuho Foundation Japanese Fellowship

A total of 12 researchers from 9 countries have been invited to participate in the 11th Hakuho Foundation Japanese Research Fellowship: 5 in the Japanese language and Japanese language education research category and 7 in the Japanese literature and Japanese culture research category.

Research fields: Japanese language and Japanese language education research

Invitee DAVAA Oyungerel (Mongolia)
Associate Professor Research and Education Centre for Japanese, School of Law, National University of Mongolia
Research Subject Study on critical thinking development in Japanese language education
Duration Short-Term Round 2
Mar 1–Aug 31, 2017
Receiving Organization Tokyo University of Foreign Studies
Invitee GE Qian (China)
Lecturer, Fuzhou University
Research Subject A study on the cultural identity of Chinese learners of Japanese
Duration Long-Term
Sep 1, 2016–Aug 31, 2017
Receiving Organization Kyoto University
Invitee LANGTON Nina Jean (Canada)
Associate Professor Japanese Programme, Department of Critical Studies, University of British Columbia, Okanagan Campus
Research Subject Investigation of best practices for the development of learning objects for use in an online beginning Japanese language class
Duration
Short-Term Round 1
Sep 1, 2016–Feb 28, 2017
Receiving Organization Ritsumeikan University
Invitee TSUKADA Kimiko (Australia)
Senior Lecturer, Macquarie University
Research Subject A longitudinal comparative study on the acquisition of Japanese pronunciation by speakers from different linguistic backgrounds
Duration Long-Term
Sep 1, 2016–Aug 31, 2017
Receiving Organization Waseda University
Invitee Yurong (China)
Professor, School of Mongolian Studies, Inner Mongolia University
Research Subject Corpus-based comparative study of prosodic features in Japanese and Mongolian
Duration
Long-Term
Sep 1, 2016–Aug 31, 2017
Receiving Organization National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics

Research fields: Japanese literature and Japanese culture research

Invitee BERLINGUEZ-KONO Noriko (France)
Full Professor/Director of Japanese Studies, Section of Japanese Studies, Faculty of Foreign Languages, Literatures and Cultures, University of Lille 3, Humanities and Social Sciences
Research Subject The process of socio-cultural interaction between Japanese political culture and Western thought in the conceptualization of “people's rights” in late Edo and early Meiji: Eto Shinpei, the first Minister of Justice in Meiji era and his staff
Duration
Long-Term
Sep 1, 2016–Aug 31, 2017
Receiving Organization Waseda University
Invitee DZIESINSKI Ⅱ Michael Joseph (USA)
Instructor (adjunct), Department of Sociology, University of Hawai'i at Mānoa
Research Subject From apprentice to master craftsman in contemporary Japan: Traditional performance arts and monozukuri crafts in the era of a globalized Japanese creative industry
Duration
Long-Term
Sep 1, 2016–Aug 31, 2017
Receiving Organization Waseda University
Invitee GERLINI Edoardo (Italy)
Adjunct Professor, University of Florence/ University of Venice "Ca' Foscari"
Research Subject Is literature useless, or is it an “imperishable glory”? The social role of “writings” in the early Heian period and their position in world literature
Duration
Short-Term Round 2
Mar 1–Aug 31, 2017
Receiving Organization International Research Center for Japanese Studies
Invitee KLOBUKOVA Natalia Fyodorovna (Russian Federation)
Tutorial and Curriculum Assistant, World Cultures Centre, Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatoire
Research Subject Formation, development and characteristics of the Japanese Orthodox Church chanting tradition
Duration
Long-Term
Sep 1, 2016–Aug 31, 2017
Receiving Organization International Research Center for Japanese Studies
Invitee NGUYEN Nhu Vu Quynh (Vietnam)
Ph.D. Lecturer, Department of Applied Japanese Language, Faculty of Japanese Studies, Vietnam National University, Ho Chi Minh City University of Social Sciences and Humanities
Research Subject Research of textbook material to enhance the study of Japanese language culture and literature in Vietnam
Duration
Short-Term Round 2
Mar 1–Aug 31, 2017
Receiving Organization Ritsumeikan University
Invitee NGUYEN Oanh Thi (Vietnam)
Doctor of Literature/Associate Professor, Institute of Han Nom Studies, Vietnamese Academy of Social Sciences
Research Subject A comparative research on Kanbun kundoku in Vietnam and Japan with focus on the "Nihon Ryoiki" and "Konjaku Monogatarishu"
Duration
Long-Term
Sep 1, 2016–Aug 31, 2017
Receiving Organization Waseda University
Invitee SHI Lishan (China)
Professor, Department of Philosophy, Shanghai Normal University
Research Subject Comprehensive study of Japan’s collection of abridged Chinese classics
Duration
Short-Term Round 2
Mar 1–Aug 31, 2017
Receiving Organization Kyoto University

*Invitee titles current at time of selection of Fellows.

Contact

Hakuho Foundation Japanese Research Fellowship Secretariat
Tel: +81 3 6435 8140 Fax: +81 3 6435 8790
E-mail: ip-office@hakuhofoundation-ip.jp

Note: The Hakuho Foundation Japanese Research Fellowship was previously known as the Hakuho Japanese Language Research Fellowship Program.

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