Osaka University GLOBAL COE PROGRAM A Research Base for Conflict Studies in the Humanities

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 Research Project, 2010
 Research Project, 2009
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 Research Project, 2007
Research Projects, 2007
1. Projects organized by the program members
Linguistic contact and conflicts in the Okinawan immigrant society in Bolivia.
Project leader: Mayumi Kudo

"Glocal" conflict in arts and media
Project leader: Tsukasa Kodera

Comprehensive research on popular culture and social conflicts
Project leader: Ichiro Tomiyama

Theoretical and methodological research for understanding "conflict": Anthropological approaches
Project leader: Naoki Kasuga

An ethnography of value-based conflicts
Project leader: Satoshi Nakagawa

Current problems of medical treatment, welfare and educational support for foreign residents in Japan
Project leader: Mitsuho Ikeda

Educational strategy for 'transient people': From the aspect of cross-cultural conflict
Project leader: Kokichi Shimizu

A study of chauvinistic nationalism and violence from a gender perspective: Working towards conflict prevention, amelioration and resolution
Project Leader: Toshio Tomoeda

Global conflicts and intellectuals
Project leader: Wolfgang Schwentker

Conflicts on 'history': The 'past' and 'present' of the Andes region
Project leader: Hidefuji Someda

Strengthening systems to mitigate the conflicts between non-Japanese residents and Japanese
Project leader: Yasuhide Nakamura

Research on conflicts over global standards of human rights and 'Asian values'
Project leader: Yasumasa Hirasawa

The Possibilities and limitations of transcultural psychiatry on migration issues: From the perspective of the Humanities
Project leader: Tadashi Kobayashi

2. Projects organized by the specially appointed staff
Alternative justice in Asia-Pacific and Africa: Perspectives in law and anthropology
Project leader: Shin-ichiro Ishida

Making visual materials for conflict studies
Project leader: Sachiko Tanuma

Co-labo (collaboration/laboratory) 100 for ethnographic writing
Project leader: Sachiko Tanuma

Research on the publicness of culture/art and social conflict
Project leader: Yayoi Yoshizawa

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