Name: NAKAYAMA Taisho
Date of Birth: May 4, 1980
Degree: Doctor of Agricultural Science (Kyoto University, Japan, Mar 23, 2010)
Career:
Assistant Professor, Center for Integrated Area Studies, Kyoto University (April 2015-)
Research Fellow of Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Slavic-Eurasia Research Center, Hokkaido University (April 2012 – March 2015)
GCOE researcher, the Graduate School of Letters, Kyoto University (April 2010 – March 2012)

Doctoral thesis:
0-1
A Study on National Identity Specific to Peripheries in Agricultural Development and Colonial Society of Karafuto,
Doctoral thesis of Graduate School of Agricultural Science, Kyoto University, Mar 23, 2010. (Japanese)

Book
1-1
Subarctic Colony Karafuto,
Kyoto: Kyoto University Press, Mar 31, 2014. (Japanese)

Papers in Academic Journals:
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“The relationship between Natural Environment Differences and Reproduction of National Identity in Peripheries:
The Deveolpment of the Argument on the Staple Food Problem among Political-cultural Elites in Karafuto,”
Sociology, vol. 53. No. 2, Oct 31, 2008, pp.55-72. (Japanese)

2-2
“The Modern Imperial Institution of Japan for the Colonial Agricultural Administration of Karafuto:
The Relationship between the Examplary Farmer Campaign of Karafuto and the Ceremony of the Showa Emperor,”
Journal of Rural Studies, Oct 31, 2009, pp. 1-12. (Japanese)

2-3
“Agriculture and Rural Community in a Social and Familial Crisis:
The Case of Abandoned Rural Community and Invisible People in the Postwar Settlement in Shin-Nopporo, Japan,”
Asian Rural Sociology, IV-II, Sep 2010, pp531-544. (English)

2-4
“Technology and Ideology of Saghalien Central Experiment Station:
Imperial Science in Colonial Development of Karafuto during 1930s,”
The Journal of Agricultural History, No. 45, Mar 2011, pp. 53-64. (Japanese)

2-5
“Transfiguration and Disorganization of the Colonial Society of Karafuto:
Migration and Movements of Sakhalin after WWII,”
The Annual Review of Migration Studies, vol.18, Mar 2012, pp. 101-119. (Japanese)

2-6
“Saghalien Central Experiment Station (Karafuto-cho Chuo-Shikenjo) under the Wartime Regime:
Imperial Science in Karafuto Colonial Society after 1937,”
The Journal of Agricultural History, No.47, Mar 2013, pp. 70-81. (Japanese)

2-7
“Returning from Sakhalin to Japan in the Cold War:
‘The second Repatriation from Karafuto’ after Soviet-Japanese Joint Declaration of 1956,”
The Annual Review of Migration Studies, vol.20, Mar 2014, pp. 3-15. (Japanese)

2-8
“Co-existence from the Base of Society of Sakhalin Koreans in Karafuto, Sakhalin and South Korea,”
Japan Border Review, No.5, Mar 2015. (Japan)

Paper in Book (English)
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“Japanese Society on Karafuto,”
in ed. Svetlana Paichadze, Philip A. Seaton, Voices from the Shifting Russo-Japanese Border: Karafuto / Sakhalin, Oxon: Routledge, February 22nd 2015, pp.19-41.

Conferences (English)
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“A Colonial History of Food in Karafuto,”
The VIII International Conference of the East-Asian Agricultural History “Transformation of Agriculture and Rural Communities in East-Asia in the Process of Modernization”, Fr.19- Sun. 21 September 2008. Minami Kyushu University, Miyazaki, Japan.

11-4
“Migration from and to Karafuto/Sakhalin Island evoked by the collapse of the Japanese empire,”
The 7th East Asian Sociologist Network Conference. Social Transformation of East Asian Societies in the midst of Crisis. Session1: Colonial Memories in Postwar Japan: Experiences of Former Japanese Settlers in the Asia-Pacific Region, 2009.10.8, Seijo University, Japan.

11-5
“Agriculture and Rural Community in a Social and Familial Crises:
The Case of Abandoned Rural Community and Invisible People in the Post-War Settlement in Shin-Nopporo, Japan,”
Asia Rural Sociology Association (ARSA) 4th International Conference, Sep 10, 2010, Bicol University, Legazpi City, Philippines.

11-7
“One Home, Two Empires, Three Nations:
Japanese and Korean Repatriation from Karafuto and Persistence in Sakhalin,”
Association for Asian Studies & International Convention of Asia Scholars, April 2, 2011, Hawaii Convention Center, USA.

11-10
“Exile to Motherland and Exile to Hometown :
Repatriating from Karafuto and Remaining in Sakhalin”

Session 1-13, The XII International Scientific Meeting on Border Regions in Transition November 13, 2012 Fukuoka, Japan.

11-11
“From Karafuto to Sakhalin and Home :
Repatriation in Historical Context,”
International Symposium Migrants and Returnees in Eurasia, February 11, 2013, Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan.

11-12
“Borderland People at the Edge of Eurasia:
Sakhalin Island and Changing Border,”
Panel 22 Mobility Makes the Heart Grow Fonder?: Migration, Repatriation, and Border Crossing Phenomena in Eurasia, Association for Borderlands Studies Annual Conference 2013 at Western Social Science Association 55th Annual Conference, Grand Hyatt, Denver, Colorado, USA, April 12th 2013.

11-14
“Japanese and Koreans on Sakhalin Island:
Border Changes and Ethnic Relationships,”
Session B-1 Border-crossing and Ethnicity, East Asian Anthropological Association 2013 ‘Cultural Realms and Boundaries Crossing,’ Xiamen University, People’s Republic of China, November 15 2013.

11-16
“Land or People?:
The Organization of Japanese Repatriates from Sakhalin (Karafuto) and the Remaining Japanese and Koreans of Sakhalin,”
Panel 43 Transborder Challenges: Realities and Construction, Association for Borderlands Studies Annual Conference 2015 at Western Social Science Association 57th Annual Conference, Marriot Portland Downtown Waterfront, Portland, Oregon, USA, April 11th 2015.

11-17
“Where have the Subarctic Engineers of Karafuto Gone?: Engineers at the Saghalien Central Experiment Station in the Postwar,”
Session 22: Postwar Transitions across New Borders: Economic and Political Activities of Repatriates in Postwar Japan (Organizer/Chair: Jonathan Bull, Hokkaido University),
The Nineteenth Asian Studies Conference Japan (ASCJ), June 20, 2015, Meiji Gakuin University, Japan.

11-19
“Between Koreans and Japanese in Sakhalin Island, a Borderland of East Asia,”
Session1-6 ‘For Whom the Bell Tolls?’: Migration, Diaspora and Border Crossing Phenomena in East Asia (Chair: Naomi CHI, Hokkaido Univ), The World Congress for Korean Politics and Society 2015, August 25, 2015, Hotel Hyundai, Gyeongju, Republic of Korea.

last up-dated: June 22, 2016

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