CONTENTS

List of Publications

Publications (2017)

 

Publications by the global COE program “Reshaping Japan’s Border Studies”

 

Publications (2016)

Publications by the global COE program “Reshaping Japan’s Border Studies”

 

Publications (2015)

Publications by the global COE program “Reshaping Japan’s Border Studies”


 

Publications (2014)

 

Publications by the project “Comparative Research: Major Regional Powers in Eurasia

 

Publications by the global COE program “Reshaping Japan’s Border Studies”

 

Publications (2013)

Publications by the project “Comparative Research: Major Regional Powers in Eurasia

Publications by the global COE program “Reshaping Japan’s Border Studies”


Publications (2012)

  • Robert D. Greenberg and Motoki Nomachi, eds., "Slavia Islamica Language, Religion and Identity," Slavic Eurasian Studies Series No.25 (Sapporo: SRC, 2012) (in English and Russian).
  • Slavic Studies no. 59, 2012 , refereed journal of the SRC (in Japanese with summaries in English or Russian).
  • Acta Slavica Iaponica vols. XXXI, 2012, refereed journal of the SRC (in English and Russian).
  • Acta Slavica Iaponica vols. XXXII, 2012, refereed journal of the SRC (in English and Russian).
  • Mochizuki Tetsuo, ed., “The Volga as a Cultural Sphere,” Slavic Eurasia Papers no. 4 (Sapporo: SRC, 2012) (in Japanese).
  • Tabata Shinichiro and Ebuchi Naoto, eds., “Environment and Economy in the Pan-Okhotsk Region,” Slavic Eurasian Library no. 11 (Sapporo: Hokkaido University Press, 2012) (in Japanese).
  • Osuga Mika, ed., List of Researchers in the Field of Slavic Eurasian Studies (9th edition)(Sapporo: SRC, 2012) (in Japanese).

Publications by the project “Comparative Research: Major Regional Powers in Eurasia

Publications by the global COE program “Reshaping Japan’s Border Studies”


Publications (2011)

  • HAYASHI Tadayuki and SENGOKU Manabu, eds., Politics and Economics in the Period of Post-Socialism: Comparing Former Soviet Union and Central and Eastern Europe, Slavic Eurasian Library no. 9 (Sapporo: Hokkaido University Press, 2011) (in Japanese).
  • HARA Teruyuki, ed., Russo-Japanese War and Sakhalin Island, Slavic Eurasian Library no. 10 (Sapporo: Hokkaido University Press, 2011) (in Japanese).

Publications by the project “Comparative Research: Major Regional Powers in Eurasia”

Publications by the global COE program “Reshaping Japan’s Border Studies”

  • NAKAMURA Tadashi, ed., Лев Толстой: сквозь рубежи и межи (Sapporo: SRC, 2010) (in English and Russian).

Publications (2009-10)

Publications by the project “Comparative Research: Major Regional Powers in Eurasia”

Publications by the global COE program “Reshaping Japan’s Border Studies”


Publications (2008–09)


Publications (2007–08)

Publications by the 21st COE “Making a Discipline of Slavic Eurasian Studies”(21世紀COE)


Publications (2006-07)

Publications by the 21st COE "Making a Discipline of Slavic Eurasian Studies"(21世紀COE)


Publications (2005-06)

Publications by the 21st COE "Making a Discipline of Slavic Eurasian Studies"(21世紀COE)


Publications (2004-05)

Publications by the 21st COE "Making a Discipline of Slavic Eurasian Studies"(21世紀COE)


Publications (2003-04)

Publications by the 21st COE "Making a Discipline of Slavic Eurasian Studies"(21世紀COE)


Publications (2002-03)


Publications (2001-02)

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Publications (2000-01)


Publications (1999-2000)


Publications (1998-1999)

  • T. Murakami, ed., Economic Development and the Environment on the North-Eastern Sakhalin Offshore Oil and Gas Field, Slavic Research Center Occasional Papers, No. 62 (Sapporo: SRC, 1998), 100 pp. In Japanese.
  • K. Matsuzato, A. Shatilov, eds., Regiony Rossii: khronika i rukovoditeli (5), Riazanskaia, Vladimirskaia i Tul'skaia oblasti, Slavic Research Center Occasional Papers, No. 63 (Sapporo: SRC, 1998), 276 pp. In Russian.
  • T. Mochizuki, T. Uyama, eds., Rethinking the Twentieth Century Culture of the Former Soviet and East European Countries, Slavic Research Center Occasional Papers, No. 64 (Sapporo: SRC, 1999), 177 pp. In Japanese and English.
  • S. Tabata, ed., Inter-Regional Flows of Financial Resources in Russia (1), Slavic Research Center Occasional Papers, No. 65 (Sapporo: SRC, 1999), 71 pp. In Japanese.
  • K. Matsuzato, ed., The State Building and Elites in Tatarstan and Udmurtiia, Slavic Research Center Occasional Papers, No. 66 (Sapporo: SRC, 1999), 42 pp. In Japanese.
  • T. Murakami, ed., Economic Development and the Environment on the North-Eastern Sakhalin Offshore Oil and Gas Field (I), Slavic Research Center Occasional Papers, No. 69 (Sapporo: SRC, 1999), 100 pp. In Japanese and Russian.
  • T. Hara, K. Inoue, eds., Sestry Bubnovy i Iaponiia, Slavic Research Center Occasional Papers extra issue (Sapporo: SRC, 1999), 179 pp. In Japanese and Russian.
  • K. Matsuzato, A. Shatilov, eds., Regiony Rossii: khronika i rukovoditeli (6), Nizhegorodskaia oblast', Ul'ianovskaia oblast', Occasional Papers on Regional/Subregional Politics in Post-Communist Countries, No. 1 (Sapporo: SRC, 1999), 292 pp. In Russian.
  • K. Matsuzato, ed., Subregions as an Object of Political Science: Poland and Russia, Occasional Papers on Regional/Subregional Politics in Post-Communist Countries, No. 2 (Sapporo: SRC, 1999), 68 pp. In Japanese.
  • K. Matsuzato, ed., Vzryvnoi poias-96: rossiiskie regiony i elektoral'noe povedenie, Occasional Papers on Regional/Subregional Politics in Post-Communist Countries, No. 3 (Sapporo: SRC, 1999), In Russian.
  • K. Matsuzato, ed., Rehiony Ukrainy: khronika ta kerivnyky (1), Donets'ka oblast', Occasional Papers on Regional/Subregional Politics in Post-Communist Countries, No. 4 (Sapporo: SRC, 1999), 144 pp. In Ukrainian and Russian.
  • Slavic Studies, No. 46, 1999. Journal of the SRC, Hokkaido University. 302 pp. In Japanese.
  • Acta Slavica Iaponica, tomus XVII, 1999 will be published by March, 2000.

Publications (1997-1998)

Publications of the Priority Research Project "CHANGES IN THE SLAVIC-EURASIAN WORLD"(重点領域研究)

  • K. Inoue and T. Uyama eds., Quest for Models of Coexistence: National and Ethnic Dimensions of Changes in the Slavic Eurasian World, Proceedings of the July 1997 International Symposium at the SRC (Sapporo: SRC, Hokkaido University, 1998), 405 pp. In English.
  • S. Tabata (ed.), Changes in the Slavic-Eurasian World: Conditions for Existence and Coexistence, Proceedings of the January 1998 Conference at the SRC (Sapporo: SRC, Hokkaido University, 1998), 167 pp. In Japanese.
  • S. Hakamada, Self-Restraint, Social Order and STIKHINOSTХ: Comparison of Social Psychology in Japan and Russia, Occasional Paper on Changes in the Slavic-Eurasian World No. 44 (Sapporo: SRC Priority Research Project Division), 1997, 37 pp. In Japanese.
  • T. Sugano, Economic-Financial Relations in CIS Countries, Occasional Paper No. 45, 1997, 103 pp. In Japanese.
  • T. Hara (ed.), Historical Perception of Regions and Their Unification, No. 1. Volga-Ural Regions and Kazakhstan, Occasional Paper No. 46, 1997, 44 pp. In Japanese.
  • H. Uda, Changes in Political Participation in Russia: The Case of the Mass Media, Occasional Paper No. 47, 1997, 40 pp. In Japanese.
  • S. Minagawa (ed.), Joint Citizen-University Seminar in Otaru: Regional Economy in the Far East, Occasional Paper No. 48, 1997, 73 pp. In Japanese.
  • S. Tabata (ed.), Transformation of the Economic System and the Formation of a New Economic Bloc (2), Occasional Paper No. 49, 1997, 69 pp. In Japanese.
  • K. Inoue (ed.), Quest for Coexistence of Nationalities (2), Occasional Paper No. 50, 1997, 174 pp. In Japanese.
  • T. Hara (ed.), Historical Perceptions of Regions and Their Unification, No. 2. The Russian Far East, Occasional Paper No. 51, 1998, 152 pp. In Japanese.
  • K. Inoue (ed.), Quest for Coexistence of Nationalities (3), Occasional Paper No. 52, 1998, 244 pp. In Japanese.
  • A. Iwashita, The Russian Far EastХs Views on China (1992-1996), Occasional Paper No. 53, 1998, 14 pp. In Chinese.
  • S. Minagawa (ed.), The Function of the Russian Parliament in a Transitional Period, Occasional Paper No. 54, 1998, 56 pp. In Japanese.
  • T. Murakami (ed.), Joint Citizen-University Seminar at Hakodate, Occasional Paper No. 55, 1998, 69 pp. In Japanese and Russian.
  • V.G. Shvydko, Vneshniaia torgovlia gosudarstv TsentralХnoi Azii, Occasional Paper No. 56, 1998, 86 pp. In Russian.
  • E. Vlasov, Bessmertnaia Poema Venedikta Erofeeva ТMoskva PetushkiУ: Sputnik pisatelia, Occasional Paper No. 57, 1998, 293 pp. In Russian. (No. 4: Materials for socio-cultural studies on changes in the Slavic-Eurasian world)
  • O. Ieda (ed.), Public Opinion on Local Elites in the Emerging Slavic-Eurasian World: Questionnaire Surveys in Romania and Irkutsk, Occasional Paper No. 58, 1998, 73 pp. In English.
  • O. Ieda (ed.), Local Elites and Politics in the Emerging Slavic-Eurasian World: Questionnaire Surveys in Hungary, Occasional Paper No. 59, 1998, 165 pp. In English.
  • T. Ishikawa, Russian Labor Statistics, Occasional Paper No. 60, 1998, 95 pp. In Japanese.
  • S. Tokunaga, Economic Trends in Slovenia and Macedonia, Occasional Paper No. 61, 1998, 33 pp. In Japanese.
  • T. Hayashi (ed.), Changes in Regional Relations of East Central Europe, Occasional Paper No. 62, 1998, 236 pp. In Japanese.
  • T. Mochizuki (ed.), Development of the Russian Literary Scene, Occasional Paper No. 63, 1998, 110 pp. In Japanese.
  • K. Kasahara (ed), Introduction of the Market Economy and Industrial Relations in Poland, Occasional Paper No. 64, 1998, 67 pp. In English.
  • A. Ishikawa (ed.), The Organization and Activity of Trade Unions in Central Europe, Occasional Paper No. 65, 1998, 45 pp. In Japanese.
  • S. Otsu (ed.), Regional Labor Markets in the Russian Federation: Related Materials, Occasional Paper No. 66, 1998, 113 pp. In Japanese and Russian.
  • R. Yamamura (ed.), Enterprises in Transition: Comparative Analysis in Russia, Poland, Hugary, Czech and Slovakia, Occasional Paper No. 67, 1998, 73 pp. In Japanese and English.
  • R. Yamamura (ed.), Enterprise and Labor in a Transitional Economy: A Comparison of Russia and Central Europe, Occasional Paper No. 68, 1998, 171 pp. In Japanese.
  • H. Momose (ed.), Inland Sea Regional Cooperation on RussiaХs Western Periphery, Occasional Paper No. 69, 1998, 105 pp. In English.
  • N. Oka, I. Iwasaki, A Survey of the Current State of Kazakhstani CompaniesХ Business and Its Future Orientation, Occasional Paper No. 70, 1998, 100 pp. In Japanese and Russian.
  • A. Iwashita, Vzgliad na SNG: Spetsialisty po maezhdunarodnomu pravu iz Rossii, Ukrainy, Belorussii i drugikh stran o problemakh Sodruzhestva, Occasional Paper No. 71, 1998, 47 pp. In Russian.
  • O.T. Bogomolov, Reformy v zerkale mezhdunarodnykh sravnenii, Occasional Paper No. 72, 1998, 140 pp. In Russian. (No. 5: Materials for socio-cultural studies on changes in the Slavic- Eurasian world)
  • K. Matsuzato (ed.), ТРЕТЪЕ ЗВЕНО ГОСУДАРСТВЕННОГО СТРОИТЕЛЬСТВА РОССИИ, Occasional Paper No. 73, 1998, 213 pp. In Russian.
  • T. Hara (ed.), Historical Perception of Regions and Their Unification, No.3. Central Europe and the Balkans, Occasional Paper No. 74, 1998, 51 pp. In Japanese.

Publications (1996-1997)

Publications of the Priority Research Project "CHANGES IN THE SLAVIC-EURASIAN WORLD"(重点領域研究)

  • T. Hayashi (ed.), The Emerging New Regional Order in Central and Eastern Europe, Proceedings of the July 1996 International Symposium at the SRC (Sapporo: SRC, Hokkaido University, 1997), 377 pp. In English.
  • T. Mochizuki (ed.), Socio-Cultural Dimensions of the Changes in the Slavic-Eurasian World , Proceedings of the January 1997 Meetings at the SRC (Sapporo: SRC, Hokkaido University, 1997), 441 pp. In Japanese and English.

  • O. Ieda (ed.), Political Elite in Veszprem County in Hungary, Occasional Paper on Changes in the Slavic-Eurasian World No. 17 (Sapporo: SRC Priority Research Project Division, forthcoming). In English and Hungarian.
  • I. Burakovskii, Ukrainsko-rossiiskie ekonomicheskie otnosheniia, Occasional Paper No. 18, 1996, 43 pp. In Russian.
  • T. Fujita, An Analysis of the < >, Occasional Paper No. 19, 1996 (No. 2: Materials for socio-cultural studies on changes of Slavic-Eurasian world), 27 pp. In Japanese.
  • S. Minagawa (ed.), Politicheskaia elita Habarovskogo kraia, Occasional Paper No. 20, 1996, 139 pp. In Russian.
  • T. Mochizuki (ed.), Russian Literature: Up Close, Occasional Paper No. 21, 1997, 82 pp. In Japanese.
  • R. Yamamura (ed.), Firm Level Skill Formation and Career Pattern of Management Class During Transformation Processes in Poland, Occasional Paper No. 22, 1997, 59 pp. In English.
  • T. Hayashi and G. Jukes (eds.), Building Nation, State and Regime: Some Post-Communist Examples, Occasional Paper No. 23, 1997, 131 pp. In English.
  • O. Ieda (ed.), Public Opinion on Local Elites in the Emerging Slavic-Eurasian World: Questionnaire Surveys in Russia, Hungary and Bulgaria, Occasional Paper No. 24, 1997, 115 pp. In English.
  • O. Ieda (ed.), Local Government and Socio-Political Culture in Russia and Eastern Europe, Occasional Paper No. 25, 1997, 193 pp. In Japanese.
  • S. Minagawa (ed.), Joint Citizen-University Seminar at Otaru: Otaru and Russia, Occasional Paper No. 26, 1997, 76 pp. In Japanese.
  • S. Minagawa (ed.), Joint Citizen-University Seminar at Kushiro: Kushiro and Russian Far East, Occasional Paper No. 27, 1997, 90 pp. In Japanese.
  • H. Nakamura, Russian Politics After the Presidential Elections, Occasional Paper No. 28, 1997, 27 pp. In Japanese.
  • S. Tabata (ed.), Transformation of the Economic System and the Formation of a New Economic Bloc (1), Occasional Paper No. 29, 1997, 61 pp. In Japanese
  • Y. Tsuji, Wage Problems in Russia, Occasional Paper No. 30, 1997, 19 pp. In Japanese.
  • A. Ishikawa (ed.), Attitudes of Russian Employees toward Their Job, Company, Union and Society: A Survey Result, Occasional Paper No. 31, 1997, 28 pp. In English.
  • K. Hiraizumi, System Transformation and Changes in Trading Structure: The Case of Hungary, Occasional Paper No. 32, 1997, 22 pp. In Japanese.
  • K. Matsuzato, A. Shatilov (eds.), Regiony Rossii: khronika i rukovoditeli (1) "krasnyi poias" (Tsentral'noe chernozem'e), Occasional Paper No. 33, 1997, 316 pp. In Russian.
  • K. Matsuzato, A. Shatilov (eds.), Regiony Rossii: khronika i rukovoditeli (2) Rostovskaia oblast', Saratovskaia oblastÕ, Occasional Paper No. 34, 1997, 334 pp. In Russian.
  • K. Matsuzato, A. Shatilov (eds.), Regiony Rossii: khronika i rukovoditeli (3) Samarskaia oblast', Iaroslavskaia oblastÕ, Occasional Paper No. 35, 1997. In Russian.
  • K. Matsuzato, A. Shatilov (eds.), Regiony Rossii: khronika i rukovoditeli (4) Leningradskaia oblast', Kaliningradskaia oblast', Occasional Paper No. 36, 1997. In Russian.
  • S. Gulyamov, B. Islamov, Economic Reform and Private Sector Development in Uzbekistan: Preconditions, Peculiarities and Methods, Occasional Paper No. 37, 1997 (No. 3: Materials for socio-cultural studies on changes of Slavic-Eurasian world), 85 pp. In English.
  • Y. Nishimura (ed.), Igor' V. Burakovskii, Ukrainskaia energetika: sovremennoe sostoianie i perspektivy razvitiia; Sergei Fomin, Ekonomicheskie otnosheniia Ukrainy so stranami SNG i stranami Evropy, Occasional Paper No. 38, 1997, 73 pp. In Russian.
  • S. Tabata (ed.), Macro-economic Statistics of Russia, Occasional Paper No. 39, 1997, 143 pp. In Japanese.
  • S. Minagawa (ed.), Structural Changes in China and the Slavic-Eurasian World and China (Proceedings of the Joint Symposium), Occasional Paper No. 40, 1997, 95 pp. In Japanese.
  • T. Mochizuki (ed.), The Diversity of Russian Literature, Occasional Paper No. 41, 1997, 75 pp. In Japanese.
  • N. Shiokawa, Some Problems on Historical Perspectives of Soviet Language Policies, Occasional Paper No. 42, 1997, 85 pp. In Japanese.
  • N. Shimotomai, Institutionalization of Russian Politics: The Case of Tatarstan Republic, Occasional Paper No. 43, 1997, 34 pp. In Japanese. For further information on these publications, please contact the Juten Ryoiki Secretariat, the Slavic Research Center.


Publications (1995-1996)

  • Slavic Studies, No. 43 (1996). Journal of the SRC, Hokkaido University. 242 pp. Contributions in Japanese.
  • Acta Slavica Iaponica, tomus XIV (1996). Journal of the SRC, Hokkaido University. Contributions in English and Russian.

Publications of the Priority Research Project "CHANGES IN THE SLAVIC-EURASIAN WORLD"(重点領域研究)

  • O. Ieda (ed.), Roshia Too niokeru chiho tochi no genjo [Local politics in contemporary Russia and Eastern Europe, Occasional Papers on Changes in the Slavic-Eurasian World No. 1 (Sapporo: SRC Priority Research Project Division, 1995), 60 pp. In Japanese.
  • T. Mochizuki (ed.), Roshia shosetsu no genzai [Contemporary Russian novels] , Occasional Papers... No. 2 (1995), 49 pp. In Japanese.
  • R. Yamamura (ed.), Roshia Too niokeru jidosha kigyo [The Automobile industry in Russia and Eastern Europe], Occasional Papers... No. 3 (1995), 37 pp. In Japanese.
  • S. Minagawa (ed.), Politicheskaia elita Primorskogo kraia, Occasional Papers...No. 4 (1995). In Russian.
  • S. Tabata (ed.), Roshia no jinko rodo tokei [Population and labor statistics of Russia], Occasional Papers... No. 5 (1996), 47 pp. In Japanese.
  • S. Tabata (ed.), Roshia keizai tokei siryo [Research materials for Russian economic statistics], Occasional Papers... No. 6 (1996), 41 pp. In English/Japanese.
  • T. Mochizuki (ed.), Roshia bungaku no genzai [Contemporary Russian literature], Occasional Papers... No. 7 (1996), 88 pp. In Japanese.
  • G. Nemiria, Regionalism: An Underestimated Dimension of State-Building in Ukraine, Occasional Papers... No. 8 (1996), 25 pp. In English.
  • H. Chen, Russo-Chinese Relations in Chinese Newspapers: 1991-1995, Occasional Papers... No. 9 (1996), 148 pp. In Chinese.
  • N. Oka (ed.), Otchet po issledovaniiu otnosheniia naseleniia k privatizatsii, Occasional Papers... No. 10 (1996), 24 pp. In Russian.
  • S. Minagawa (ed.), "Regionalism" in a Transitional Period: The Case of Primorskii Krai, Occasional Papers... No. 11 (1996), 45 pp. In English.
  • K. Matsuzato, The Split of the CPSU and the Configuration of Ex-Communist Factions in the Russian Oblasts: Cheliabinsk, Samara, Ul'ianovsk, Tambov, and Tver (1990-95), Occasional Papers... No. 12 (1996), 51 pp. In English.
  • K. Inoue (ed.), Minzoku no kyozon o motomete (1) [Searching the coexistence of nationalities (1)],Occasional Papers... No. 13 (1996), 120 pp. In Japanese.
  • N. Shiokawa, "Shakai shugi to zentai shugi" sairon [Discouse on Socialism and Totalitarianism], Occasional Papers... No. 14 (1996), 15 pp. In Japanese.
  • S. Minagawa (ed.), Daitoryosen go no roshia seikyoku no yukue [Political directions of the El'tsin government after the presidential elections], Occasional Papers... No. 15 (1996), 69 pp. In Japanese.
  • T. Mochizuki (ed.), Roshia bungaku no henyo [Transformations of Russian Literature], Occasional Papers... No. 16 (1996), 86 pp. In Japanese.
  • S. Minagawa and O. Ieda (eds.), Socio-Economic Dimensions of the Changes in the Slavic-Eurasian World, Proceedings of the July 1995 International symposium at the SRC (Sapporo: Slavic Research Center, Hokkaido University, 1996), 421 pp. In English/Russian.
  • S. Minagawa and O. Ieda (eds.), Socio-Political Dimensions of the Changes in the Slavic-Eurasian World, Proceedings of the January 1996 Meetings at the SRC (Sapporo: Slavic Research Center, Hokkaido University, 1996), 468 pp. In English/Japanese.


Publications (1994-1995)

  • Ucrainica at Hokkaido University: a Preliminary Bibliography, compiled by Myroslava T. Znayenko and Takako Akizuki. Sapporo: SRC, 1995. iv, 85 pp. 

  • Roshia Too niokeru Chiikishakai no Henyo(ロシア東欧における地域社会の変容)[Regional Socio-Economic Changes in Russia and Eastern Europe], Slavic Research Center Occasional Papers No. 56 (Sapporo: SRC, 1995), 42 pp. All contributions in Japanese.
  • Slavic Lands and Their Cultures: Approaches to Inter-disciplinary Research, Slavic Research Center Occasional Papers No. 57 (Sapporo: SRC, 1995), 144 pp. Proceedings of the January 1995 Winter Symposium at SRC. Contributions: Vladimir Tunimanov, Pavel Zyrianov (in Russian); other articles in Japanese.
  • Taisei Ikouki Roshia niokeru Kigyo no Soshiki to Kodo (体制移行期ロシアにおける企業の組織と行動)[The Organization and Behavior of Russian companies in Transition], Slavic Research Center Occasional Papers No. 58 (Sapporo: SRC, 1995), 38 pp. All contributions in Japanese.
  • Japanese and Korean Contributions to the IXth International Dostoevsky Symposium, Slavic Research Center Occasional Papers No. 59 (Sapporo: SRC, 1995), 57 pp. Contributions: ToyofU.SA. Kinoshita, Seiichiro Takahashi, Tetsuo Mochizuki, Shinya Kori, Atsushi Ando (in Russian); Taro Odashima (in German); Michiko Kanazawa and Gunn-Young Choi (in English).
  • Forty Years of Slavic Research Center (Sapporo: SRC, 1995). 169 pp. All contributions in Japanese.
  • Slavic Studies, No. 42 (1995). Journal of SRC, Hokkaido University. 189 pp. Contributions in Japanese.
  • Acta Slavica laponica, tomus XIII (1995). Journal of the SRC, Hokkaido University Contributions in English and Russian.
  • Suravu to Nippon [Japan and the Slavic World], edited by Teruyuki Hara and Tsuguo Togawa, Suravu no sekai [The Slavic World] volume 8 (Kobundo: Tokyo, 1995). \5000. All contributions in Japanese.
  • Suravu no kokusaikankei [International Relations and the Slavic World], edited by Takayuki Ito, Hiroshi Kimura and Tadayuki Hayashi, Suravu no sekai [The Slavic World] volume 7 (Kobundo: Tokyo, 1995). \5000. All contributions in Japanese.
  • Suravu no rekishi [History of the Slavic World], edited by Haruki Wada, Osamu leda and Kimitaka Matsuzato, Suravu no sekai [The Slavic World] volume 3 (Kobundo: Tokyo, 1995). \5000. All contributions in Japanese. 

  • Suravu no Minzoku [Peoples of the Slavic World], edited by Teruyuki Hara and Masayuki Yamauchi, Suravu no sekai [The Slavic World] volume 2 (Kobundo: Tokyo, 1995). \5000. All contributions in Japanese.

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