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Regional Public Sphere and Environment in
Slavic Eurasia and Japan



日    時 2009年 2月28日(土)- 3月 1日(日)
Feb 28 (Sat) - March 1 (Sun) 2009
場    所 総合地球環境学研究所  講演室  (アクセス)
Lecture Hall, Research Institute for Humanity and Nature(access)
主    催 総合地球環境学研究所
Research Institute for Humanity and Nature(RIHN)
Slavic Research Center(SRC), Hokkaido University
使用言語 英語  English

The post-communist (Slavic Eurasian) countries are, by and large, stabilizing in their political and economic transformation, though the peoples there are still struggling for their right place in the changing social and regional settings around them. One of the most critical issues in this concern is the publicity or how to manage the public goods - in the broader sense - in various spatial levels including community, sub-national, and regional (trans-national) ones, and throughout the levels as well. Concretely, we are thinking on the minority issue, the religious tradition, the education, the social organization, social policy, the access to the crossing borders especially over the EU or the Schengen borders, the media, the environmental protection and so on. These issues need open discussion, common understandings, and cooperation of the peoples in each levels and across the levels.

To handle these issues as public goods, including its regional (trans-national) aspects, is new for the peoples in the Slavic Eurasian countries, but the situation is not so much different in the East Asian countries to manage the publicity under the on-going social and regional changes, because they neither have paid little attention to the aspects of publicity in any levels.

In the workshop, aiming at comparative studies of the two regions, we will have papers focusing on the social and historical aspects of the issue, on the one hand, and on the other hand we put an special emphasise on the regional-environmental aspects of the issue, considering that, for one thing, a trans-national solution is more and more demanded in the environmental protection, and, for the other thing, recently the Japanese government conducted an agreement with Hungary on emissions trading, and the government is widening the trading to other Slavic European countries. This means that we will not be able to ignore the other’s publicity in the future, and we need multi-disciplinary cooperation of various specialists, because the emissions trading is a comprehensive deal, requiring many approaches such as economic, social, political, technological, biological, metrologic al, and so on.

The workshop is the first step to discuss the publicity from the comparative and multi-disciplinary perspectives, involving the specialists of humanities, social and natural sciences.

【PROGRAM プログラム】
¶ February 28 (Sat)
11:00- 11:05 Opening Remarks AKIMICHI Tomoya, Deputy Director-General, RIHN
11:05- 11:20 Keynote Speech IEDA Osamu, Slavic Research Center, Hokkaido University
Session  1 Cross-national Eco-system and Trans-national Regulation in Amur-Okhotsk Region
CHAIR SHIRAIWA Takayuki, RIHN 白岩孝行(総合地球環境学研究所)
11:20-11:40 Social Indicators, Ecological Quality and Regional Development: an Example from the Transboundary Basin of the Amur River
Sergey S. GANZEY, Pacific Institute of Geography FEB RAS, Vladivostok, Russia
11:40-12:00 The “Giant” Fish-Breeding Forest as Global Environmental Public Goods
HANAMATSU Yasunori, RIHN 花松泰倫(総合地球環境学研究所)
12:00-12:30 Discussion
12:30-13:30 Lunch
Session  2 Political-economic-climate Changes and Water Ecosystem
CHAIR INOUE Gen, RIHN 井上元(総合地球環境学研究所)
13:30-13:50 Historical Changes of Agricultural Development and Water Environment in the Ili River Basin, Southeastern Kazakhstan, 1936-1998
AKIYAMA Tomohiro, Aichi University 秋山知宏 (愛知大学 国際中国学研究センター)
13:50-14:10 The Water Problem in Central Asia and Probable Changes of Water Resources in Nearest Decades as Reaction on Climate Change and Degradation of Glaciers
Igor SEVERSKIY, Institute of Geography, Kazakhstan
14:10-14:30 Siberian Winter Roads on the Frozen River and Ponds, as Public Goods depending on the Local Environment
Makoto OKUMURA, Tohoku University 奥村誠(東北大学 東北アジア研究センター)
14:30-15:10 Discussion
15:10-15:30 Break
Session  3 Emerging Regional Public Sphere in Central Eastern Europe
CHAIR KUBOTA Jumpei, RIHN 窪田順平(総合地球環境学研究所)
15:30-15:50 Emerging Public Sphere in the Environmental Policy in Hungary
IEDA Osamu, Slavic Research Center, Hokkaido University
15:50-16:10 Regional Integration and Trans-national History: Reflection on the History of Biopolitics in Central Europe
Constantin IORDACHI, Central European University, Romania
16:10-16:30 Transcending Ethnic Conceptions of Cross-Border Space
Nigel SWAIN, School of History, University of Liverpool, UK
16:30-17:10 Discussion
17:40 Reception
¶ March 1 (Sun)
Session  4 Post-communist Public Sphere in Central Eastern Europe
CHAIR HAYASHI Tadayuki, Hokkaido University 林忠行(北海道大学)
 9:30- 9:50 Social Welfare in Communist East Central Europe: Structure, Functions and Dynamics
TOMKA Bela, University of Szeged, Hungary
 9:50-10:10 The Pension System as Public Goods in the Czech Republic
IKEMOTO Shuichi, College of Economics, Nihon University
池本修一 (日本大学経済学部)
10:10-10:30 Local Communities in Transylvania in the Period of Transition
NAKAJIMA Takafumi, Gakushuin Women’s College
中島崇文 (学習院女子大学)
10:30-11:10 Discussion
11:10-11:30 Break
Session  5 Historical Aspects on Conceptualization of National and Public Sphere: Slovakian Case
CHAIR NAGAYO Susumu, Waseda University 長與進 (早稲田大学)
11:30-11:50 The Concept of the Slovak Nation and Corporate State: The Melding of the Concepts of Natio, Populus and Gens in the Eighteenth-Century Hungary
NAKAZAWA Tatsuya, Fukui University 中澤達哉 (福井大学)
11:50-12:10 The Idea of National Identity of Slovaks in 1848-1914
Milan PODRIMAVSKY, Institute of History, Slovak Academy of Sciences in Bratislava, Slovakia
12:10-12:40 Discussion
15:40-15:40 Break
Session  5 Historical Aspects on Conceptualization of National and Public Sphere: Croatian and Hungarian Cases
CHAIR TAMAKI Osamu, Kyoto University 玉木修(京都大学)
13:40-14:00 The Development of Slavic Reading Clubs and Schools in the Era of National Revival in Istria
ISHIDA Shinichi, Atomi University 石田信一(跡見学園女子大学)
14:00-14:20 Elementary School as Public Good for the Consumers: Local Residents and Cegled Municipal 'Tanya' Schools in Dualistic Era Hungary
WATANABE Akiko, Osaka Kyoiku University 渡邊昭子(大阪教育大学)
14:20-15:20 Concluding Discussion
15:20-15:30 Closing Remarks
【Contact  問い合わせ先】
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