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Past visiting researches

・FY2016

HAYWARD, Philip Roy, Visiting Professor
  Afflication: Southern Cross University, Australia
  Period: 2/May/2016 - 28/October/2016
  Research Theme: Japanese Island Festivals as Cultural Affirmations
              and Tourism Attractors

SALI, Gary, Visiting Associate Professor
  Afflication: Papua New Guinea University of Technology, Papua New Guinea
  Period: 1/November/2016 - 24/March/2017
  Research Theme: The Intriguing Challenges of Crime in Papua New Guinea

・FY2015

GIRSANG, Wardis, Visiting Associate Professor
  Afflication: Pattimura University, Indonesia
  Period: 7/May/2015 - 18/September/2015
  Research Theme: Sustainable Food Security Management
              in Small Islands
             (see South Pacific Studies 34(2) 2014

ROYLE, Stephen Arthur, Visiting Professor
  Afflication: Queen's University Belfast, UK
  Period: 25/September/2015 - 25/March/2016
  Research Theme: The Island Edge of Empire: Islands and Geopolitics
              in the Pacific Far East in the Late-19th Century

・FY2014

CHUN, Kyung Soo, Visiting Professor
  Afflication: Department of Anthropology, Seoul National University
  Period: 2/June/2014 - 30/October/2014
  Research Theme: Reconsidering the Kuroshio Culture:
              Biocultural Perspectives
             (see South Pacific Studies 36(2) 2016

MOUSOURAKIS, Georgios, Visiting Professor
  Afflication: University of Auckland, New Zealand
  Period: 4/November/2014 - 30/March/2015
  Research Theme: Approaches to Conflict Resolution in Countries
              of the Pacific Region: A Comparative Study
             (see South Pacific Studies 36(1) 2015

・FY2013

LEE, Yoon Sun, Visiting Professor
  Afflication: Marine and Island Cultures, Mokpo National University
  Period: 7/May/2013 - 28/February/2014
  Research Theme: Folk songs, folk dances, and rituals in Amami-Oshima

・FY2012

Henry JOHNSON, Visiting Professor
  Afflication: The Otago University, New Zealand
  Period: 20/June/2012 - 30/October/2012
  Research Theme: Transmitting Taiko within, Between and Beyond
              the Japanese Nansei Islands
             (see South Pacific Studies 34(1) 2013

Herman HIDAYAT, Visiting Professor
  Afflication: Indonesian Institute of Sciences, Indonesia
  Period: 12/November/2012 - 30/March/2013
  Research Theme: Comparative studies on forest conservation
              in Japan and Indonesia
              (see South Pacific Studies 33(1) 2012
             (see South Pacific Studies 34(2) 2014

・FY2011

Wadan Lal NARSEY, Visiting Professor
  Afflication: The University of South Pacific, Fiji
  Period: 9/May/2011 - 26/November/2011
  Research Theme: Quantitative poverty analysis for Fiji,
              Tuvalu, Solomon
             (see South Pacific Studies 32(2) 2012
              (see South Pacific Studies 33(1) 2012

Zoarder Faruque AHMED, Visiting Professor
  Afflication: The Bangladesh Agricultural University
  Period: 9/December/2011 - 26/March/2012
  Research Theme: Ecosystem-based sustainable development and
              management: some commercial fish species
              in South Pacific Islands and Japan

・FY2010

Ian CAMPBELL, Visiting Professor
  Afflication: The University of South Pacific, Fiji
  Period: 10/May/2010 - 25/March/2011
  Research Theme: History and Policy of Tonga
            (see South Pacific Studies 32(1) 2011

・FY2009

David HANLON, Visiting Professor
  Afflication: The University of Hawai'i, USA
  Period: 2/June/2009 - 18/December/2009
  Theme: Biography of Tosio Nakayama, the first president of
       the Federated States of Micronesia
       (see South Pacific Studies 31(1) 2010

Vina RAM-BIDESI, Visiting Associate Professor
  Afflication: The University of South Pacific, Fiji
  Period: 24/December/2009 - 27/March/2010
  Theme: The study in Japan focus on gaining a greater
       understanding of the evolutionary process of
       oastal fisheries policy in Japan with the aim of
       drawing lessons for Pacific Island coastal fisheries
       management
       (see South Pacific Studies 31(1) 2010


・FY2008

C. N. ZAYAS, Visiting Professor
  Afflication: The University of the Philippines, Philippines
  Period: 26/May/2008 - 27/February/2009
  Theme: 1.Dialogue with your scholars who have been working on
       the Pacific islands 2.Enlarge my data in order to understand
       better my previous data in southern Japan, Penghu or
       Piscadores and the Visasys 3.Reconstruct community
       life seen from the utilization of stone tidal weirs
       (see South Pacific Studies 31(2) 2011


・FY2007

D. A. BALLENDORF, Visiting Professor
  Afflication: The University of Guam, USA
  Period: 4/December/2007 - 27/March/2008
  Theme: Japan - Micronesia Modern Historical Background


・FY2006

J. ASAFU-ADJAYE, Visiting Associate Professor
  Afflication: The University of Queensland, Australia
  Period: 6/July/2006 - 5/October/2006
  Theme: Environmental and natural resource economics,
       quantitative methods and economic modeling
       (see South Pacific Studies 29(1) 2008

Joeli, VEITAYAKI, Visiting Associate Professor
  Afflication: The University of South Pacific, Fiji
  Period: 8/November/2006 - 28/February/2007
  Theme: Importance of community fisheries resources,
       effective fisheries management and development,
       marine protected areas

・FY2005

Abdul MD KARIM, Visiting Associate Professor
  Afflication: Bangladesh Sherikh Mujibur Rahman
         Agricultural University, Bangladesh
  Period: 16/May/2005 - 30/November/2005
  Theme: Adaptayion of Vigna spp. In different ecological
       conditions of the tropics and sub-tropics
       (see South Pacific Studies 25(2) 2005)
       (see South Pacific Studies 26(2) 2006)
       (see South Pacific Studies 27(1) 2006)
       (see South Pacific Studies 28(1) 2007)

Patrick D. NUNN, Visiting Professor
  Afflication: The University of South Pacific, Fij
  Period: 6/December/2005 - 31/March/2006
  Theme: Geohazards revealed by myths in the Pacific:
       a study of islands that have disappered in Solomon islands
       (see South Pacific Studies 27(1) 2006
       Space and place in an ocean of islands: thoughts
       on the attitudes of the Lapita people towards islands
       and their colonization
       (see South Pacific Studies 27(2) 2007)

・FY2004

Mahendra REDDY, Visiting Associate Professor
  Afflication: The University of South Pacific, Fiji
  Period: 24/May/2004 - 24/August/2004
  Theme:Economic analysis of artisanal fisheries in Fiji
       : Issues of profitability and sustainability
       (see South Pacific Studies 25(1) 2004
       (other articles see South Pacific Studies 21(1) 2000)

Concepcion MENDOZA, Visiting Associate Professor
  Afflication: University of San Carlos, Philippines
  Period: 14/September/2004 - 19/March/2005
  Theme: Element characterization on selected aquatic systems
       in cebu (Philippines): a verification of Philippine
       environmental standards
       (see South Pacific Studies 26(2) 2006
       (other articles see South Pacific Studies 28(2) 2008


・FY2003

James P. TERRY, Visiting Associate Professor
  Afflication: The University of South Pacific, Fiji
  Period: 5/August/2003 - 4/February/2004
  Theme: Characteristics and behavior of tropical cyclones
       (typhoons) in the north west Pacific
       (see South Pacific Studies 24(2) 2004
       (see South Pacific Studies 26(2) 2006


・FY2002

Soedarsono RISWAN, Visiting Professor
  Afflication: Lembaga Ilmu Pengetahuan Indonesia, Indonesia
  Period: 1/May/2002 - 31/August/2002
  Theme: Jamu as Traditional Medicine in Java, Indonesia
       (see South Pacific Studies 23(1) 2002

Biman C. PRASAD, Visiting Associate Professor
  Afflication: The University of South Pacific, Fiji
  Period: 1/September/2002 - 31/January/2003
  Theme: Economic Instruments Versus Environmental Regulations:
       Its Applicability to Pacific Island Countries
       (see South Pacific Studies 23(2) 2003
       Globalization, Human Dimensions and environmental Changes
       in the South Pacific Islands Nations
       (see South Pacifc Studies 24(1) 2003


・FY2001

Donald H. RUBINSTEIN, Visiting Professor
  Afflication: The University of Guam, USA
  Period: 1/June/2001 25/March/2002
  Theme: Ethnography of Fais Island


・FY2000

Geoffrey Peter KING, Visiting Professor
  Afflication: The University of Sydney, Australia
  Period: 1/May/2000 - 23/March/2001
  Theme: Autonomy, Federalism or the Unthinkable? Indonesian
       debates and the Future of West Papua
       (see South Pacific Studies 21(2) 2001


・FY1999

Niko BESNIER, Visiting Professor
  Afflication: Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
  Period: 1/June/1999 - 15/March/2000
  Theme: Social anthloporogical research on South Pacific Islands


・FY1998

Eddy MANTJORO, Visiting Professor
  Afflication: Universitas Sam Ratulangi, Indonesia
  Period: 10/September/1998 - 10/March/1999
  Theme: Socio-Economic System in the Western Pacific Islands
        The Practice of Para Island Community, Indonesia-
       (see South Pacific Studies 20(1) 2000


・FY1997

Johann HOHENEGGER, Visiting Professor
  Afflication: University of Vienna, Austria
  Period: 1/September/1997 - 13/March/1998
  Theme: The distribution of foraminifer in west Pacific Ocean


・FY1996

Ronald Gordon CROCOMB, Visiting Professor
  Afflication: The University of South Pacific, Cook Islands
  Period: 14/May/1996 - 13/December/1996
  Theme: South Pacific Islands and Asia - past, present, and future-


・FY1995

Lamont Carl LINDSTROM, Visiting Professor
  Afflication: The University of Tulsa, USA
  Period: 1/September/1995 - 25/March/1996
  Theme: Cultural Tourism in the Pacific
       (see South Pacific Studies 18(1) 1997


・FY1994

Harley Ichiro MANNER, Visiting Professor
  Afflication: The University of Guam, USA
  Period: 1/June/1994 - 30/November/1994
  Theme: The Vascular Plants of Losap Atoll
       (see South Pacific Studies 15(2) 1995


・FY1993

John Roger FLENLEY, Visiting Professor
  Afflication: Massey University, New Zealand
  Period: 1/September/1993 - 28/February/1994
  Theme: Further Evidence of Vegetational Change on Easter Island
       (see South Pacific Studies 16(2) 1996


・FY1992

John Mclachlan MCKINNON, 上級講師
  Afflication: Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
  Period: 24/November/1992 - 23/March/1993
  Theme: Resource Management under Traditional Tenure:
       The Political Ecology of a Contemporary Problem,
       New Georgia Islands, Solomon Islands
       (see South Pacific Studies 14(1) 1993

・FY1991

Simon Michael SAULEI, 上級講師
  Afflication: The University of Papua New Guinea, PNG
  Period: 24/December/1991 - 23/March/1992
  Theme: The recovery of the natural vegetaion after sifting cultivation




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