YOSHIYUKI FUNADA

Last Updated :2019/12/06

Affiliations, Positions
Graduate School of Letters, ., Associate Professor
E-mail
funadahiroshima-u.ac.jp
Self-introduction
My research centered on the politics, institution, societies, culture, languages, and their diversity of the Mongol Empire.

Basic Information

Major Professional Backgrounds

  • 2002/08/08, 2003/03/31, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Institute of History, Visiting Scholar
  • 2003/04/01, 2005/03/31, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Graduate School of Humanities and Sociology, University of Tokyo, Postdoctoral Fellow
  • 2005/04/01, 2016/09/30, Kyushu University, Faculty of Humanities, Lecturer
  • 2012/09/01, 2013/08/31, Indiana University, Department of Central Eurasian Studies, Visiting Scholar
  • 2016/10/01, Hiroshima University, Graduate School of Letters , Associate Professor

Academic Degrees

  • Waseda University
  • Waseda University

Research Fields

  • Humanities;History;History of Asia and Africa

Research Keywords

  • Mongol Empire; History; Asian History; Central Eurasia; East Eurasia; East Asia; Historical linguistics; epigraphy

Educational Activity

Course in Charge

  1. 2019, Undergraduate Education, 4Term, Introduction to Oriental History
  2. 2019, Undergraduate Education, 2Term, Study of Regional System in East Asia A
  3. 2019, Undergraduate Education, 4Term, Study of Regional System in East Asia B
  4. 2019, Undergraduate Education, First Semester, Analytical Study of Sources on Social History in China A
  5. 2019, Undergraduate Education, Second Semester, Analytical Study of Sources on Social History in China B
  6. 2019, Undergraduate Education, First Semester, Analytical Study of Sources on Social History in China C
  7. 2019, Undergraduate Education, Second Semester, Analytical Study of Sources on Social History in China D
  8. 2019, Undergraduate Education, First Semester, Guidance on Graduation Thesis A
  9. 2019, Undergraduate Education, Second Semester, Guidance on Graduation Thesis B
  10. 2019, Undergraduate Education, Second Semester, Graduation Thesis
  11. 2019, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 1Term, Special Lecture on Regional Cultures in East Asia B
  12. 2019, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 2Term, Study of Historical Documents of International Relations in East Asia A
  13. 2019, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 4Term, Study of Historical Documents of International Relations in East Asia B
  14. 2019, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 3Term, Lecture on Historical Documents of Institutions in China A
  15. 2019, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , First Semester, Special Research Tutorial I (Historical Culture)
  16. 2019, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Second Semester, Special Research Tutorial I (Historical Culture)
  17. 2019, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , First Semester, Special Research Tutorial II (Historical Culture)
  18. 2019, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , Second Semester, Special Research Tutorial II (Historical Culture)

Research Activities

Academic Papers

  1. The Order of the Governance in the Mongol Empire: Semu People Revisited, Proceedings of the International Symposium of Semu (Huihui) People and Multi-societies during the Yuan Period, 189-190, 201911
  2. Chinese Official Documentary Sources of the Mongol-Yuan Era : Its Transmission, Inheritance and Compilation, Studies on the Inner Asian Languages, 33, 27-43, 20181231
  3. The Turning Point of the Mongol Empire: A New Perspective, SHIGAKU-KENKYU (Review of Historical Studies), 300, 1-29, 20180709
  4. Mongol Princes, Daoist Priests, and Local Officials [tr. by Lei Yu], Journal of Chinese Ancient Legal Literature Studies, 11, 314-337, 201712
  5. Republished: A Tentative Treatise on Regulations for Official Documents During Yuan Dynasty: With Focus on Word-for-Word Translation and Stone-Inscribed Documents, Research on Legal Culture, 10, 177-193, 201712
  6. Prefatory Note: The Mongol Empire and the Silk Road, Silk Road, 27, 1-1, 20171101
  7. Official Documents of Mongols and Yuan Dynasty: Original Documents and Integrated Documents [tr. by Bin Shen], Trends of Recent Researches on the History of China, 425, 38-41, 20171020
  8. Book Review: Noriyuki Shiraishi, The Birth of the Mongol Empire, Nishinippon Shinbun, West-Japan Daily, 48049, 8-8, 20170806
  9. Book Review: A Book Leading to the Secret of the Rise of the Mongol Empire: Noriyuki Shiraishi, ed. Chinggis Qan and His Age, TOHO, 423, 24-28, 20160505
  10. From the Yellow River Mengjin Ferry Port to the Inshore Navy at Qingyuan : A Naval General's Career, Water Transportation, and War under the Mongol Empire, THE SHIEN (The JOURNAL OF HISTORY), 153, 1-30, 20160318
  11. The Transition of the Document Administration System under the Yeke Mongghul Ulus : A Comparative Study of Diplomatic and Stone-Inscribed Documents [tr. by Lei Yu], STUDIES ON THE MONGOL - YUAN AND CHINA'S BORDERING AREA, 30, 31-44, 201512
  12. Touxia Appanages in North China under the Mongol Empire: Review and Prospects, STUDIES IN CHINESE HISTORY, 24, 139-156, 20141025
  13. The Significance of Inscribing Edicts in Local Societies of Northern China during the Mongol Period: Activities of the Dagharitai Family and Operations of Quanzhen Sect in the Family's Appanage, THE TŌYŌSHI-KENKYŪ (The Journal of Oriental Researches), 73(1), 35-66, 20140630
  14. The Image of the Semu People: Mongols, Chinese, Southerners, and Various Other Peoples under the Mongol Empire, Historical and Philological Studies of China's Western Regions, 7, 199-221, 201404
  15. A Study of the Heralds who Promulgated Imperial Proclamations in the Yuan Dynasty [tr. by Lei Yu], Studies on the Mongol - Yuan and China's Bordering Area, 25, 195-210, 201306
  16. A Report of the Fieldwork in Mongolia, 2012, News Letter for the Research on the Textual Materials in the Eastern Eurasia, 3, 46-48, 20130331
  17. Communications in the Hybrid Societies during the Mongol Period: Mongolian Language, Chinese Colloquial Style and Literary Style of Written Translation as Seen from the Aspects of Language Contacts, Communication and Community, 145-158, 20120330
  18. A Report of the Resource Research and the Fieldwork in Beijing, Taipei, Hebei and Liaoning, 2011, News Letter fot the Research on the Textual Materials in the Eastern Eurasia, 2, 47-51, 201203
  19. On Wudi, Wuna and Adi Seen in the Old Edition of Laoqida (Nogeoldae): A Discussion on the Relationship between Laoqida (Nogeoldae) and Chinese Documents Metaphrased from Mongolian (Mengwen-zhiyiti) with Reference to their Linguistic Characteristics, Lishi Yuyanxue Yanjiu, 4, 54-70, 201112
  20. The Chinese Documents under the Mongol Empire, 649, 54-58, 20111120
  21. A Report of Survey in the Region on Both Banks of the Amur River, Silk Road, 21, 15-19, 20111115
  22. Studies on the Mongol Empire and Monumental Inscriptions as Historical Materials: Focusing on Northern China, Studies on Mongolian History: Present Situation and Perspectives, 65-90, 20110630
  23. The Inscriptions of the Edicts of Great King Qalqan and Ninghai King Isma'il, Newsletter on Historical Documents in the 13-14th Century East Asia, 15, 10-15, 201103
  24. The Mongol Empire's Language Policy towards the World of Chinese Language: Focusing on the Question of the "Literal Translation Style" and its Impact on Chinese, Rekishigaku Kenkyu (Journal of Historical Studies), 875, 1-12, 64, 20110115
  25. Book Review: Koichi Maruyama, Perspectives on Marginal Culture: The Dynamics of Ethnic Relations, Silk Road, 20, 18-19, 20101115
  26. Book Review: Gaohua Chen, Fan Zhang and Xiao Liu, Cultural History in the Yuan Period, SHUKAN TOYO GAKU (Chinese and Oriental Studies), 103, 95-102, 20100525
  27. A Study on Promulgation of Qaghan's Edicts in the Yuan Period: Mainly Through an Analysis on a Document from Qaraqota, Researches on Historical Records in the Periods of Multiple Scripts, 309-306, 201005
  28. A Report of Survey of Inscriptions in Hedong [Joint work by Shinobu Iguro, Yoshiyuki Funada, Tomoyasu Iiyama and Takamichi Kobayashi], THE TOYOSHI-RONSHU (The Oriental Studies), 38, 1-37, 20100430
  29. The Transformations of Muslims in China under the Yuan and Ming Dynasties: Analysis of the Inscription Carved the Edict in the 25th Year of Hongwu Era (1392), Existing at the Xi'an Masjid, A Collection of Papers from Symposium on the Mongol-Yuan History in Celebration of Professor Fang Linggui's 90th Birthday, 172-183, 201001
  30. Translation: A Research on Qubilai's Domain in the Mongolian Steppe [by Zhian Li], The Bulletin of Waseda Institute for Mongolian Studies, 5, 59-70, 20090930
  31. A Brief Report of the Survey of Historic Sites of Quanzhen Tao in Shanxi and Shaanxi Provinces [Joint work by Shinobu Iguro, Yoshiyuki Funada, and Noriyuki Shiraishi], Newsletter of Society of Liao Jin Xi-xia Studies, 2, 21-30, 20090926
  32. The Current Situation and Relevant Researches of the Yuan Original Documents [tr. by Xiangqian Peng], Xixia Studies, 4, 84-89, 200908
  33. The Formation of YingYiGongDuWenti (Styles of Translation by Rote on the Text) in the Mongol-Yuan Period [tr. by Haifeng Gong], Yuanshi Luncong, 11, 354-368, 200906
  34. The Development of Documentary Form under Yeke Mongghul Ulus: Focusing on the Transition of the Formulaic Opening Phrases Seen in the Documents Addressed to Japan, THE SHIEN (Journal of History), 146, 1-23, 20090301
  35. The Survey and Research on Jin-Yuan Inscriptions in the Northen Shanxi Province, China [Joint work by Yoshiyuki Funada, Tomoyasu Iiyama and Shinobu Iguro], The Research Report of Mishima Kaiun Memorial Foundation, 45, 103-107, 20081101
  36. Trends of Recent Researches on the History of China [tr. by Yongdong Zhao], Trends of Recent Researches on the History of China, 355, 13-19, 20080725
  37. Historical Studies in Japan, 2007: Inner Asia 1, SHIGAKU=ZASSHI, 117(5), 259-265, 20080520
  38. The Formation of a Style of Chinese Meta-phrased from Mongolian, The Forum on Language Education, 13, 7-19, 20071031
  39. Uighur Script and ḥP‛ags-pa Script in China under Mongol Rule, GENGO (Languages), 36(10), 38-41, 20071001
  40. Annoted Critical Text and a Japanese Translation of Yuan Dianzhang, Volume 28, Li-bu I [The Research Project on Legal Institution in the Yuan Period, ed.], THE TÔHÔ GAKUHÔ (Journal of Oriental Studies), Kyoto, 81, 137-189, 20070925
  41. The Development of a Style of Chinese Meta-phrased from Mongolian: A Case Study on the Lingyansi Shengzhi bei, Nairiku Ajiashi Kenkyu (Inner Asian Studies), 22, 1-20, 20070331
  42. A Current State of Yuan Inscriptions in Rizhao and Zhucheng, Shandong Province: A Prospect of a Field Work on Inscriptions, East Asia and Japan. Bulletin of Japan Society for the Promotion of Science 21st Century COE Program (Humanities), 4, 11-20, 20070331
  43. The Current Situation and Relevant Researches of the Yuan Original Documents, General Research on Historical Documents in the 13-14th Century East Asia, 27-34, 200703
  44. The Contacts among Ethnicities and Aspects of Their Identities in the Mongol Period, Papers of the Final Workshop of the 21st Century COE Program "East Asia and Japan: Interaction and Transformations" Kyushu University, 19-29, 20070226
  45. A Report of the Survey of Inscriptions in Beizhen (Appendix; A Catalogue of Jin-Yuan Inscriptions in Beizhen) [Joint work by Tomoyasu Iiyama, Shinobu Iguro, Yoshiyuki Funada and Takamichi Kobayashi], SHITEKI, 28, 1-15, 20061230
  46. Republished: A Study on the Stylistic Rules of the Vernacular Stone Inscriptions of the Yuan Dynasty [Joint work by Shengli Zu and Yoshiyuki Funada], History of Song, Liao, Jin and Yuan dynasties, 2006-4, 66-79, 200612
  47. A Study on the Stylistic Rules of the Vernacular Stone Inscriptions of the Yuan Dynasty [Joint work by Shengli Zu and Yoshiyuki Funada], Zhongguoshi Yanjiu (Journal of the Chinese Historical Studies), 111, 117-135, 20060820
  48. Historical Studies in Japan, 2005: Wudai, Song and Yuan, China, East Asia, SHIGAKU=ZASSHI, 115(5), 217-224, 20060520
  49. The Transformations and Network of Muslims in China under the Yuan and Ming Dynasties: Analysis of the Inscription Carved the Edict in the 25th Year of Hongwu Era (1392), Existing at the Xi'an Masjid, The Network of Interaction in Inland and Maritime World and Islam, 65-78, 20060520
  50. Translation and Comments: Interpretations of Some Words and Phrases Related with Mongolian in Laoqida [by Jaghunasutu], The Nairiku Ajiashi Kenkyu (Inner Asian Studies, 21, 73-84, 20060331
  51. A Current State of Historic Sites and Cultural Assets Related to Mongolian History in Yunnan Province of China, Bulletin of Japanese Association for Mongolian Studies, 36, 71-74, 20060228
  52. A Study of the Heralds who Promulgated Imperial Proclamations in the Yuan Dynasty, TOHOGAKU (Eastern Studies), 111, 89-106, 20060131
  53. The Scenes of Business Transaction in the Yuan Period Seen in the Old Edition of the Laoqida (Nogeoldae), Interaction and Transformations, 3, 1-19, 200512
  54. The Administration Based on Documents under the Yuan Dynasty: Analysis of the Document Inscribed on the Obverse of Ling-yan-si Zhi-zhao bei (Inscription of Licenses of Ling-yan Temple), Journal of Asian and African Studies, 70, 81-105, 20050930
  55. A Report of the 2005 Survey in Fujian, Newsletter on Historical Documents in the 13-14th Century East Asia, 5, 1-9, 200509
  56. Value of the Official Document Inscribed on the Tablet of Charter of Ling Yan Temple, Yuanshi Luncong, 10, 420-427, 200507
  57. A Report of the Survey of Inscriptions in Shanxi and Henan (Appendix; A Catalogue of Jin-Yuan Inscriptions in Shanxi and Henan, Existence of which Was Verified by the Survey in 2004) [Joint work by Shinobu Iguro, Yoshiyuki Funada, and Tomoyasu Iiyama], OTANIDAGAKU SHIGAKURONKYU (Otani Journal of Historical Studies), 11, 117-156, 20050331
  58. On the Promulgation of Written Edicts in the Yuan Period, Journal of Oriental Researches, 63(4), 36-67, 200503
  59. A Report of the 2003 Survey of Inscriptions in Henan and Shanxi, Newsletter on Historical Documents in the 13-14th Century East Asia, 2, 12-18, 200412
  60. A Catalogue of Jin-Yuan Inscriptions in Xingyang, Qinxian and Jiaocheng, Existence of which Was Verified by the Survey in 2003 [Joint work by Yoshiyuki Funada, Shinobu Iguro, and Tomoyasu Iiyama], Newsletter on Historical Documents in the 13-14th Century East Asia, 2, 19-22, 200412
  61. Review: Masaaki Sugiyama, The Mongol Empire and Dai-ön Ulus, SHIGAKU=ZASSHI, 113(11), 100-110, 20041120
  62. Republished: Se-mu-ren in the Household System under the Yuan Dynasty, Yuanshi Luncong, 9, 162-174, 200407
  63. A Tentative Treatise on Regulations for Official Documents During Yuan Dynasty: With Focus on Word-for-Word Translation and Stone-Inscribed Documents, Studia Historica Mongolica, 7, 125-137, 200312
  64. Semu People and the System and Society in the Yuan: Re-examining the Classification of the Mongols, Semu, Hanren and Nanren, Mongolian Studies Information, 91, 7-16, 20030615
  65. A Review of the Newly Discovered Shushanji: Mainly on the Three Books about Shushanji, SHITEKI, 24, 141-150, 20021230
  66. A Report of the Survey of Inscriptions in Shaanxi and Shanxi (Appendix; A Catalogue of Jin-Yuan Inscriptions in Shaanxi and Shanxi, Existence of which Was Verified by the Survey in 2002) [Joint work by Tomoyasu Iiyama, Shinobu Iguro, and Yoshiyuki Funada], SHITEKI, 24, 151-184, 20021230
  67. Translation: Tanmachi Junhu (i.e. the Households of the Garrison) in Yuan Period Seen in the Two Biographies of the Shushanji [by Gaohua Chen], SHITEKI, 24, 126-140, 20021230
  68. Review: Toshimitsu Shichino, "A Case of Homicide in Early Yüan: A Husbund Killed a Rapist", Legal History Review, 51, 280-283, 20020330
  69. Preface (Reports on Symposia: History and Mithology), SHITEKI, 23, 72-73, 20011230
  70. The Real Image of Semu People: The Ruling Policy of the Yuan Dynasty, SINICA, 12(11), 16-21, 20011101
  71. The Old Edition of the Laoqida as a Yuan Period Source: An Analysis of the Description on Chao and Prices, Journal of the Research Department of the Toyo Bunko, 83(1), 1-30, 20010626
  72. Research Notes and the Bibliography for Reading Yuan Dianzhang (2) [tr. by Xiaoke], Mongolian Studies Information, 81, 20-25, 20001215
  73. Se-mu-ren in the Household System under the Yuan Dynasty, SHI KAN (The Historical Review), 143, 33-48, 20000925
  74. Research Notes and the Bibliography for Reading Yuan Dianzhang [tr. by Xiaoke], Mongolian Studies Information, 80, 35-42, 20000915
  75. Se-mu-ren under the Yuan Dynasty, SHIGAKU=ZASSHI, 108(9), 43-68, 19990920
  76. Research Notes and the Bibliography for Reading Yuan Dianzhang, KAIPIAN: Chinese Linguistic Studies, 18, 113-128, 19990125

Publications such as books

  1. 2018/03/30, Comprehensive Research on Hakata, Cross-border Trade City from Interdisciplinary Perspective, New Linkages beyond North and South China Boundary during the Jurchen/Song–Mongol Transition: The Mongol–Song War, Emerging Military Commanders, and Bridges, Faculty of Humanities, Kyushu University, 2018, English, Koji, Saeki, ed., 154
  2. 2016/06/01, Samples of Supplementary Teaching Materials: Development of Textbooks and Supplementary Teaching Materials of Subjects in Humanities and Social Science, Kyushu University, School of Letters, Kyushu University, 2016, Japanese, Yasutoshi Sakaue, Tomoyuki, Kubo, Kiyoshi Okano, and Takeshi Shizunaga, eds., 115
  3. 2016/03, The Research and Study of the Shipwrecks at the Mongol Invasions Using the Underwater Archaeological Method, From the Yellow River Mengjin Ferry Port to the Inshore Navy at Qingyuan : A Naval General's Career, Water Transportation, and War under the Mongol Empire, Archaeology, Faculty of Law and Letters, University of Ryukyus, 2016, Japanese, Yoshifumi Ikeda, ed., 230
  4. 2016/02/04, Mysterious Mongol Invasion in the Ocean, The World Strategy of the Mongol Empire and Mongol Invasion, Yoshifumi Ikeda, 2016, Japanese, Yoshifumi Ikeda, ed., 39
  5. 2015, History of Mongolian Studies in Japan, National University of Mongolia, 2015, Mongolian, Jun'ichi Yoshida [ed.]; O. Oyunjargal [tr.] Jun'ichi Yoshida, Yasuhiro Yokkaichi, Yoshiyuki Funada, Tsuneaki Akasaka, Sanae Takagi, Takumi Nagai, Hiroki Oka, Makoto Tachibana, Hitoshi Kuribayashi, Kazuyuki Okada, 9996293483, 188
  6. 2014/03/01, Collections of Historical Geographical Materials on Mongol Invasion of Japan, Mongol Siege of Xiang-Fan and its Military Sites; Historical Sites in China Related to Mongol Invasion on Japan, Faculty of Humanities, Kyushu University, 2014, Japanese, Koji Saeki, ed., 137
  7. 2013/12/12, Dictionary of World Biography, Iwanami Shoten, Publishers. ed., 2013, Japanese, 9784000803151, 3586
  8. 2012/12/08, Mongol Invasions and its Battle Sites: From East Asia to Takashima, Mongol Siege of Xiang-Fan and its Military Sites, Faculty of Humanities, Kyushu University, 2012, Japanese, Koji Saeki, Masahiko Morihira, Yoshiyuki Funada, and Yoshifumi Ikeda, ed., 41
  9. 2012/11/01, Contact Zone between Nomadic and Sedentary Worlds: New Sources and Viewpoints for Asian Studies. Occasional Papers, No.57, A Fieldwork Report on the Liao-Jin-Yuan Stone Inscriptions in Jinbei (Northern Shanxi), Research Institute for Oriental Cultures, Gakushuin University, 2012, Japanese, Funada Yoshiyuki, Iguro Shinobu, Iiyama Tomoyasu, Onuma Takahiro, and David Brophy, 79
  10. 2012/03/30, Communication and Community, Communications in the Hybrid Societies during the Mongol Period: Mongolian Language, Chinese Colloquial Style and Literary Style of Written Translation as Seen from the Aspects of Language Contacts, Kyushu University Press, 2012, Japanese, Hiroyuki Mitsudo, ed., 9784798500775, 203
  11. 2011/06/30, Studies on Mongolian History: Present Situation and Perspectives, Studies on the Mongol Empire and Monumental Inscriptions as Historical Materials: Focusing on Northern China, Akashi Shoten, 2011, Japanese, Institute for Mongolian Studies, ed., 9784750334295, 397
  12. 2011/03, Collections of Historical Sources on Mongol Invasion of Japan, Volume III, the Supplementary Volume of Japanese and Chinese Sources), Faculty of Humanities, Kyushu University, 2011, Japanese and Chinese, Koji Saeki and Yoshiyuki Funada, eds.
  13. 2010/10, Humanities III: History of Interaction in East Asia, Hybrid Societies and Language Contacts during the Mongol Period, School of Letters, Kyushu University, 2010, Japanese, Ken Shizunaga, ed., 47
  14. 2010/05, Researches on historical records in the periods of multiple scripts, A Study on Promulgation of Qaghan's Edicts in the Yuan Period: Mainly Through an Analysis on a Document from Qaraqota, Social Sciences Academic Press, 2010, Chinese, Hongyin Nie and Bojun Sun, ed., 9787509713372, 456
  15. 2010/03/25, A Report of International Education Program Utilizing Consortium of East Asian History: Kyushu University P&P, The Image of "Semu People": Re-examination of the Ethnic Policy under the Yuan Dynasty, History Core Division Course, Graduate School of Social and Cultural Studies and Graduate School of Humanities, Kyushu University, 2010, Japanese, History Core Division Course, Graduate School of Social and Cultural Studies and Graduate School of Humanities, Kyushu University, ed., 206, 4
  16. 2010/03, Collections of Historical Sources on Mongol Invasion of Japan, 2 Volumes (I Japanese Sources; II Chinese and Korean Sources), Faculty of Humanities, Kyushu University, 2010, Japanese and Chinese, Koji Saeki, Masahiko Morihira and Yoshiyuki Funada, ed., 880
  17. 2010/01, A Collection of Papers from Symposium on the Mongol-Yuan History in Celebration of Professor Fang Linggui's 90th Birthday, The Transformations of Muslims in China under the Yuan and Ming Dynasty: Analysis of the Inscription Carved the Edict in the 25th Year of Hongwu Era (1392), Existing at the Xi'an Masjid, The Ethnic Publishing House, 2010, Chinese, Fang Tie and Jianda Zou, ed., 9787105105878, 402
  18. 2009/03/10, The Mongol Invasion of Korea and Japan, and Korea-Japan Relation, Review: Ki-hak Nam, "The Mongol Invasion of Japan and the Reaction of Japan", Kyungin Publishing, 2009, Korean, The Korea-Japan Cultural Foundation and Northeast Asian History Foundation, ed., 9788949906317, 325
  19. 2008/03/20, Study on the Mongolian documents from Qaraqota, Yūzankaku, 2008, Japanese and Chinese, Jun'ichi Yoshida, Chimeddorji, Osamu Inoue, Takumi Nagai, Yoshiyuki Funada, Coiji, Oyunbilig Borjigidai, Buyandelger Jaqacidai, Hiroshi Umemura, Tsuguhito Takeuchi, Yumiko Ishihama, Shintaro Arakawa, Nobuhiro Uno, Ken'ichi Isogai, Yoichi Yajima, Dai Matsui and Shin'ichi Muto eds. by Jun'ichi Yoshida and Chimeddorji, 9784639020257, 410
  20. 2007/12, Yapon-u Mongghol sudulul-un teu̇ke, Ȯbȯr Mongγol-un Arad-un Keblel-u̇n Qoriy-a, 2007, Mongolian, [Yapon] Yosida Jiu̇nyici nayiraghulba ; Borjigin Tȯrȯbayar monggholcilaba, 9787204094783, 397
  21. 2007/03, General Research on Historical Documents in the 13-14th Century East Asia: A Report of Basic Research (B) [16320099], Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research of JSPS, The Current Situation and Relevant Researches of the Yuan Original Documents, Nara University, 2007, Japanese, Kenji Morita, ed., 272
  22. 2007/02, Papers of the Final Workshop of the 21st Century COE Program "East Asia and Japan: Interaction and Transformations" Kyushu University, The Contacts among Ethnicities and Aspects of Their Identities in the Mongol Period, The 21st Century COE Program “East Asia and Japan: Interaction and Transformations” Kyushu University, 2007, Japanese, Yuichiro Imanishi, ed., 233
  23. 2006/07, Reports of 2005 Research Grants-in-Aid for Young Scholars of the Fukuoka Asia Urban Research Center, A Report of the Survey at Kaifeng and Xuchang, Henan Province, Based on "A Historical Study on Religious Pluralism of Local Cites in China", Fukuoka Asia Urban Research Center, 2006, Japanese, Fukuoka Asia Urban Research Center, ed., 82
  24. 2006/05/20, The Network of Interaction in Inland and Maritime World and Islam, The Transformations and Network of Muslims in China under the Yuan and Ming Dynasties: Analysis of the Inscription Carved the Edict in the 25th Year of Hongwu Era (1392), Existing at the Xi'an Masjid, Touka Shobo, 2006, Japanese, Tetsuo Morikawa and Koji Saeki, eds., 4887571070, 250
  25. 2006/03/31, A Study of the Mongolian Documents from Qaraqota: A Report of Basic Research (B) [14310174], Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research of JSPS, Waseda University, 2006, Japanese, Jun'ichi Yoshida, ed., 146

Invited Lecture, Oral Presentation, Poster Presentation

  1. The Order of the Governance in the Mongol Empire: Semu People Revisited, The International Symposium of Semu (Huihui) People and Multi-societies during the Yuan Period, 2019/11/16, With Invitation, The Chinese National Association of Yuan Studies and School of History, School of History, Nanjing University, etc., Nanjing University, Nanjing, China
  2. Discussant: Panel 1 "Ethnic Groups, Geography, and Transport during the Yuan Period" Session 1, The International Symposium of Semu (Huihui) People and Multi-societies during the Yuan Period, 2019/11/16, With Invitation, The Chinese National Association of Yuan Studies and School of History, School of History, Nanjing University, etc., Nanjing University, Nanjing, China
  3. The South and the North of the Iron Gate: A Brief Report of the Field Trip in Uzbekistan, March, 2019, The 56th Quriltai (Altaist's Meeting in Japan), 2019/07/12, With Invitation, Altaist's Meeting in Japan, Fujiya Ryokan, Shinano, Japan
  4. What Connects Mongol Rulers with the Chinese World: Imperial Edicts, a Literal Translation Style, and Spoken Chinese, Yoshiyuki Funada, International Symposium "Designing Voices and Letters: The Mongols as an Empire of Communication", 2018/07/02, With Invitation, Research Project Towards a Global History of Culture, Chuo Research Institute Symposium Series, Chuo University, Chuo University, Tokyo, Japan
  5. Huja'ur of Mongol Rulers: Status Hierarchy and Its Types, The 64th Meeting of the Association of Asian History, 2018/04/21, With Invitation, Association of Asian History, Fukuoka University, Fukuoka, Japan
  6. Discussant: Panel "The Mongol Legacy in Early Modern East Asia", The 2018 AAS Annual Conference, 2018/03/23, Without Invitation, Association for Asian Studies, Marriott Wardman Park Hotel, Washington, D.C., the United States
  7. Tracking Traces of the Mongol Empire: Steles, Places, and People, "Method and Education of Humanities" the 9th Meeting for Faculty Development, Graduate School of Letters, Hiroshima University, 2018/01/15, With Invitation, Faculty Development, Graduate School of Letters, Hiroshima University, Hiroshima University, Higashihiroshima, Japan
  8. The Rulers and the Appointments and Promotions of Officials and Military Commanders in the Mongol Empire, Research Meeting by Research Group of Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B) "Formation and Structure Development of the Eurasian Empires", 2017/12/16, With Invitation, Research Group of Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B) "Formation and Structure Development of the Eurasian Empires", Kobe University, Kobe, Japan
  9. Why Did the Mongol Empire Occupy Agricultural Zone? From Ogedei's Challenge to Qubilai's Succession, Meeting of the Association of Kyushu and Silk Road, 2017/12/02, With Invitation, Association of Kyushu and Silk Road, Fukuoka City Human Rights Promotion Center (Cocoron Center), Fukuoka, Japan
  10. The Mongol Empire's Expansion and External Politics: The Turning Points and their Backgrounds, Symposium "Mongol Empire, Japan, and the South Eurasia Sea," the 2017 Annual Conference of Hiroshima Shigaku Kenkyukai (The Society of Hiroshima for Historical Studies), 2017/10/28, With Invitation, Hiroshima Shigaku Kenkyukai (The Society of Hiroshima for Historical Studies), Hiroshima University, Higashihiroshima, Japan
  11. Discussion Facilitators: Yuan Period Panel, Aurelia Campbell and Yoshiyuki Funada, Second Conference on Middle Period Chinese Humanities, 2017/09/16, With Invitation, Leiden University, Leiden University, Leiden, Netherlands
  12. New Linkages beyond North and South China Boundary during the Jurchen/Song–Mongol Transition: The Mongol–Song War, Emerging Military Commanders, and Bridges, Yoshiyuki Funada, Second Conference on Middle Period Chinese Humanities, 2017/09/15, Without Invitation, Leiden University, Leiden University, Leiden, Netherlands
  13. Comments: KWAN Kai Wan and GAO Zhengliang, "A Study of the double-walled structure during Tang and Five Dynasties period", Second Conference on Middle Period Chinese Humanities, 2017/09/15, Without Invitation, Leiden University, Leiden University, Leiden, Netherlands
  14. Comments: Peter Lorge, "The Su family and Military Thought", Second Conference on Middle Period Chinese Humanities, 2017/09/15, Without Invitation, Leiden University, Leiden University, Leiden, Netherlands
  15. The Mongol Impact, Emerging Military Officers, and New Linkages beyond the Boundary between the North and the South China, AAS-in-Asia Conference 2017 Asia in Motion: Beyond Borders and Boundaries, 2017/06/24, Without Invitation, Association for Asian Studies, Korea University, Seoul, Republic of Korea
  16. Chinese Official Documents and the Related Sources during the Mongol Period: Focusing on their Functions and Figures, Workshop: The Yuan Historical Sources and Jiangnan Studies, 2017/05/14, With Invitation, Meiji University, Meiji University, Tokyo, Japan
  17. The Mongol Empire's Conquests and Rules: Transition from the Mobile Pastoral State to the World Empire?, Japan Association for Middle East Studies Annual Meeting 2017, 2017/05/13, With Invitation, Japan Association for Middle East Studies, Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan
  18. Did Mongolian Language Affect Chinese Language? Focusing on the "Literal Translation Style" Used in Translating Mongolian Documents into Chinese under Mongol Rule, Intralingual Translation, Diglossia and the Rise of Vernaculars in East Asian Classical and Premodern Cultures, 2017/01/20, With Invitation, Intralingual Translation, Diglossia and the Rise of Vernaculars in East Asian Classical and Premodern Cultures (University of Milano-Bicocca and Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes), Ecole Française d’Extrême-Orient, Paris, France
  19. Chair: The 10th Session of the International Symposium "Ancient Law and Society in Inscription Texts", International Symposium "Ancient Law and Society in Inscription Texts", 2016/09/25, With Invitation, China University of Political Science and Law, Haidian Garden Hotel, Beijing, China
  20. Mongol Princes, Taoist Priests, and Local Officials, International Symposium "Ancient Law and Society in Inscription Texts", 2016/09/24, With Invitation, China University of Political Science and Law, Haidian Garden Hotel, Beijing, China
  21. Discussion: Guowang Zhang "Jing Family in Yizhou Prefecture during Jin-Yuan Period", International Symposium "Ancient Law and Society in Inscription Texts", 2016/09/24, With Invitation, China University of Political Science and Law, Haidian Garden Hotel, Beijing, China
  22. Chaghatai's performances and appanage, 2016/09/23, With Invitation, China University of Political Science and Law, China University of Political Science and Law, Beijing, China
  23. Discussant: George Lane "The Persian Community of Hangzhou" and Florence Hodous "Ethnicity and the Law in Yuan China," Panel "Statecraft and Cultural Diversity in Premodern China: Empire, Ethnic Identity, and Religious Ideology", AAS-in-Asia 2016 Kyoto: Horizons of Hope, 2016/06/26, Without Invitation, Association for Asian Studies, Doshisha University, Kyoto, Japan
  24. The World and Military Strategy of the Mongol Empire, 2016/03/19, With Invitation, China West Normal University, China West Normal University, Nanchong, China
  25. Chair: Session II: Early Second Millennium and the Mongol Empire, International Workshop "Globalization from East Asian Perspectives", 2016/03/15, With Invitation, Institute for Academic Initiatives (IAI), Osaka University and Oxford Centre for Global History, University of Oxford, Nakanoshima-Center, Osaka University, Japan
  26. From the Yellow River Mengjin Ferry Port to the Inshore Navy at Qingyuan : A Naval General's Career, Water Transportation, and War under the Mongol Empire, Research Meeting by Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B) "Comprehensive Research on Hakata, Cross-border Trade City from Interdisciplinary Perspective", 2016/02/21, With Invitation, Research Group of Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B) "Comprehensive Research on Hakata, Cross-border Trade City from Interdisciplinary Perspective", Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan
  27. The World Strategy of the Mongol Empire and Mongol Invasion, 2016/02/06, With Invitation, University of the Ryukyus, Tokyo National Museum, Tokyo, Japan
  28. Communications in the Hybrid Societies during the Mongol Period: Mongolian Language, Chinese Colloquial Style and Literary Style of Written Translation as Seen from the Aspects of Language Contacts, Introduction to Humanities III: Communication and Community, 2016/01/16, With Invitation, Fukuoka School, Asahi Culture Center, Fukuoka School, Asahi Culture Center, Fukuoka, Japan
  29. The Mongol's Encircling Operation, Battles, and Militant Strongholds against the Song at Xiangyang and Fancheng, The International Symposium of Shenbi Fortress in the Song-Yuan Sichuan War, 2015/05/16, With Invitation, The Chinese National Association of Yuan Studies, Juyang International Hotel, Luzhou, China
  30. Chaghatai and the Societis in His Taiyuan Appanage under the Early Mongol Empire: A Study on the Stone Inscription of Dongxian-Dong, Academic Lecture, Northwest Institute of Historical Environment and Socio-Economic Development, Shaanxi Normal University, 2014/10/17, Without Invitation, Northwest Institute of Historical Environment and Socio-Economic Development, Shaanxi Normal University, Northwest Institute of Historical Environment and Socio-Economic Development, Shaanxi Normal University, Xi'an, China
  31. Chaghatai's Activities and His Appanage in Taiyuan: Mongol Rulers and Northern China under the Early Mongol Empire, 2014/09/27, Without Invitation, Nanakuma Shigakkai, Fukuoka University, Fukuoka, Japan
  32. The Structure and Governing Principle of the Mongol Empire, The 10th Seminar of Historical Science and History Education, Kyushu University, 2014/08/30, With Invitation, History Core Division Course, Kyushu University, Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan
  33. The Transition of the Document Administration System under the Yeke Mongghol Ulus : A Comparative Study of Diplomatic and Stone-Inscribed Documents, The International Symposium on the Maritime Stone Inscriptions, 2014/08/06, With Invitation, The Collaborative Innovation Center of South China Sea Studies, Nanjing University, Nanjing University, Nanjing, China
  34. Between the Literal Translation Style from Mongolian to Chinese and Chinese Spoken Language: Processing and Transmission of Official Documents, The International Symposium of Yuan Vernacular and Early Modern Chinese Language, 2014/07/24, With Invitation, Institute of Linguistics, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and School of Chinese Language and Literature, Hubei University, Wudangshan Ronghe Holiday Hotel, Shiyan, China
  35. Mongol Princes, Taoist Priests, and Local Officials: The Significance of Inscribing Edicts in North China Local Societies during the Mongol Period, Conference on Middle Period China, 800-1400, 2014/06/06, Without Invitation, Harvard University, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, the United States
  36. Comments: Yunjun Liu, "The Mount Tai's Image and Elected between Tang and Song Dynasty: focus on the Anecdotes", Conference on Middle Period China, 800-1400, 2014/06/06, Without Invitation, Harvard University, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, the United States
  37. Comments: Mark Halperin, "Splicing Traditions: Quanzhen Taoists and Literati Hagiography", Conference on Middle Period China, 800-1400, 2014/06/05, Without Invitation, Harvard University, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, the United States
  38. Chaghatai's Edict and a Zhafu Document from Taiyuan Prefecture: What Links Mongol Rulers to Local Societies in North China, The 47th Meeting of the Association of Asian History, 2014/02/23, With Invitation, Association of Asian History, Fukuoka University, Fukuoka, Japan
  39. Chaghatais Edict Left in Taiyuan, Shanxi Province, China: What Enables the Mongol Empire's Expansion and Rule?, Meeting of the Association of Kyushu and SIlkroad, 2013/12/15, With Invitation, Association of Kyushu and SIlkroad, Fukuoka City Human Rights Promotion Center (Cocoron Center), Fukuoka, Japan
  40. Chaghatai's Edict and Tamgha: A Study of the Stone Inscription in the Early Mongol Empire, The International Workshop "Historical Progress of the Official Documents in Eastern Eurasia", 2013/09/21, With Invitation, KAKENHI Research Group "Research on the Textual Materials and Historical Ruins in the Eastern Part of the Silk Road: In Search for a New Historical Viewpoint and a New Science for the Unearthed Textual Materials" and the Society of Central Eurasian Studies, Osaka University, Toyonaka, Japan
  41. The World of Lao Kidai: Travels, Trades and Spoken Chinese Described in the Chinese Textbook during Mongol Period, Lecture Cosponsored by Department of Central Eurasian Studies, Inner Asian & Uralic National Resource Center, and East Asian Studies Center, Indiana University, 2013/04/11, With Invitation, Department of Central Eurasian Studies, Inner Asian & Uralic National Resource Center, and East Asian Studies Center, Indiana University, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, the United States.
  42. Mongol Rulers and Northern Chinese Society under the Early Mongol Empire: A Study on Chaghatai's Domain in Taiyuan, 2013/04/07, Without Invitation, Association of Central Eurasian Students, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, the United States
  43. Chaghatai and the Dongxian-dong: Mongol Rulers and Local Society in Taiyuan, The 2013 AAS Annual Conference, 2013/03/21, Without Invitation, Association for Asian Studies, Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego, Sandiego, CA, the United States
  44. Mongol Siege of Xiang-Fan and its Military Sites, Symposium "Mongol Invasions and its Battle Sites: From East Asia to Takashima", The 2012 Annual Conference of the Historical Society of Kyushu, 2012/12/08, With Invitation, The Historical Society of Kyushu, Kyushu University, Fukuoka
  45. The Report of the Fieldwork at Dongxian Cave, Gujiao, Shanxi Province: A Study on Dongxian Dong Ji, Yoshiyuki Funada, Research Meeting by Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B) "Study of the Multiracial Fusion Social History of Henan and Shanxi Districts: Trial of the Local Social History Elucidation by Epitaph Historical Materials in China", 2012/08/04, With Invitation, Research Group of Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B) "Study of the Multiracial Fusion Social History of Henan and Shanxi Districts: Trial of the Local Social History Elucidation by Epitaph Historical Materials in China", Ryukoku University, Kyoto
  46. Mongol Rulers and Northern China through analysis of the Stone Inscriptions: A Study on Dongxian Dong Ji, Yoshiyuki Funada, The 1st Research Meeting by Grant-in-Aid for Challenging Exploratory Research "A Study of New History of Eurasia", 2012/06/23, With Invitation, Research Group of Grant-in-Aid for Challenging Exploratory Research "A Study of New History of Eurasia", Kansai University, Suita, Japan
  47. Chaghan Noyan's Two Mandates: Stone Inscriptions in Meta-phrased Chinese from Mongolian in Early Mongol Period, The 44th Annual Meeting of the Forum for Central Asian Studies, 2012/03/31, With Invitation, The Society of Central Eurasian Studies, Osaka University, Toyonaka, Japan
  48. Methods and Practices of the Stone Inscriptions Fieldwork: Our Activities for a Decade and Prospects, Yoshiyuki Funada, International Workshop "Chinese Kinship and Religions: Social Networks in Early Modern Northern China", 2011/12/21, With Invitation, Studies on Chinese Kinship and Religions as Social Networks in Early Modern Northern China: Utilizing the Stone Inscriptions, Research Project of Waseda University, Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan
  49. Princes from the Dagharitai Family and Local Societies in Ninghai Prefecture under Mongol Rule: The Significance of Edicts and Inscriptions, 2011 Annual Meeting of the Society of Oriental Researches, 2011/11/03, With Invitation, Society of Oriental Researches, Kyoto Univerisity, Kyoto, Japan
  50. Epigrapy constructed on basis of Studies and Field Works on Steles in North China under Mongol Rule, The 33rd Meeting of the Association of Asian History, 2011/07/31, With Invitation, Association of Asian History, Seminar House, Fukuoka University, Fukuoka, Japan
  51. Aim of Symposium "Mongol Rule in China and its Societies: Research Achievements and Problems of Steles ", Section of Asian History, 2010 Annual Conference of the Historical Society of Kyushu, 2010/12/12, With Invitation, The Historical Society of Kyushu, Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan
  52. The Image of the Semu People: Mongols, Chinese, and Various Other Peoples under the Mongol Empire, Yoshiyuki Funada, Roundtable on the Nature of the Mongol Empire and its Legacy with Respect to Political and Spiritual Relations among Asian Leaders and Polities, 2010/11/06, With Invitation, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Hotel Mencure Josefshof, Vienna, Austria
  53. The Old Edition of Lao Qida (Nogeoldae) and the Literal Translation Style from Mongolian to Chinese, Yoshiyuki Funada, International Symposium "Language of Lao Qida and Piao Tongshi", 2010/06/12, With Invitation, Institute of Linguistics, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and Center for Studies of History of Chinese Language, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou Fuchun River International Convention Hotel, Tonglu, China
  54. The Image of "Semu People": Re-examination of the Ethnic Policy under the Yuan Dynasty, "China and East Asia," Joint Seminar of Department of History, Fudan University and School of Letters, Kyushu University, 2010/03/17, With Invitation, Department of History, Fudan University and School of Letters, Kyushu University, Fudan University, Shanghai, China
  55. The Image of "Semu People": Re-examination of the Ethnic Policy under the Yuan Dynasty, Joint Academic Seminar of Department of History, Kyushu University and the Department of History, East China Normal University, 2010/03/16, With Invitation, Department of History, Kyushu University and Department of History, East China Normal University, East China Normal University, Shanghai, Japan
  56. Zhongdu, Another Capital of the Mongol Empire, Evening in Silk Road, Association of Kyushu and Silk Road, 2009/12/18, With Invitation, Association of Kyushu and Silk Road, Grand Hyatt Fukuoka, Fukuoka, Japan
  57. Researches and Field Works of Jin-Yuan Steles, The 2009 Meeting of the Research Project on "Chinese Society under the Multi-Rule of the Mongol Empire," Granted in Aid for Scientific Research of JSPS, Basic Research B, 2009/12/05, With Invitation, Research Project on "Chinese Society under the Multi-Rule of the Mongol Empire," Granted in Aid for Scientific Research of JSPS, Basic Research B, Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan
  58. The Yuan Zhongdu Historical Site in the Agricultural and Pastoral Boundary Zone, Yoshiyuki Funada, Forum for Zhongdu: Zhangbei, China, 2009/07/31, With Invitation, People's Government of Zhangbei County and Chinese National Association of Yuan Studies, Shengshi Jingyuan Hotel, Zhangbei, China
  59. Actual Situations of Trade in Yuan Dadu and its Peripheral Areas: Paper Currencies,Transaction Agreements, and Payments of Tax, Yoshiyuki Funada, 2009/07/30, With Invitation, Beijing Academy of Social Sciences, Chinese National Association of Yuan Studies, and other associations, rab Island Hot Spring Village Resort, Beijing, China
  60. A Study on the Edicts Issued by the Princes from the Dagharitai Family: Princes, Taoist Priests, and Officials, The Annual Meeting of the Joint Research Project "Comprehensive Research on Liao-Jin-Xixia Linguistics, History, and Religion," Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, 2009/06/13, With Invitation, Joint Research Project "Comprehensive Research on Liao-Jin-Xixia Linguistics, History, and Religion," Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Fuchu, Japan
  61. Mongol Princes, Taoist Priests, and Local Officials: An Analysis of Steles in Ninghai Prefecture during the Mongol Period, The 58th Conference of the Sinological Society of Tohoku, 2009/05/30, With Invitation, Sinological Society of Tohoku, Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan
  62. A Study on Edicts Issued by Princes from the Dagharitai Family, The 17th Meeting of the Association of Asian History, 2009/05/17, With Invitation, Association of Asian History, Seminar House, Fukuoka University, Fukuoka, Japan
  63. A Study on Edicts Issued by Princes from the Da'aritai Family: Quanzhen Sect in Ninghai Prefecture during the Yuan Period, The 4th International Seminar on East Asian History Studies and Sources, Jointly Presented by Universities in China and Japan, 2009/03/14, With Invitation, Department of History, Nanjing University and Department of History, Kyushu University, Nanjing University, Nanjing, China
  64. The Formulaic Opening Phrase and Format of Qubilai's Letter to Japan in 1266, Yoshiyuki Funada, Korea-Japan Joint Workshop on Maritime History and Culture "The Front Line of the Studies on Maritime History in Korea and Japan", 2008/11/27, With Invitation, Institution for Marine and Island Cultures, Mokpo National University and the Research Group of Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research on Priority Areas "Cross-Cultural Maritime Exchange in East Asia Involving Korea and its Relation with Ningbo during Medieval and Early Modern Times", Mokpo National University, Muan County, Korea
  65. The Formation of a Style of Chinese Meta-phrased from Mongolian: Through Analysis of the Inscription of Edicts for the Lingyan Temple, Yoshiyuki Funada, International Conference on Qidan, Tangut, Jurchen and Mongolian Historical Records, 2008/11/03, With Invitation, Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and Center of Nationality Studies, Central University for Nationalities, Central University for Nationalities, Beijing, China
  66. Discussion: Ki-hak Nam, "The Mongol Invasion of Japan and the Reaction of Japan", 2008/10/25, With Invitation, The Korea-Japan Cultural Foundation and Northeast Asian History Foundation, ed., Advanced Center for Korean Studies, Andong, Republic of Korea
  67. Two Stone Inscriptions of Edicts issued by Prince of Ninghai and Quanzhen Taoism, Yoshiyuki Funada, International Academic Conference on Qilu Culture and Kun Yu Mount Taoism, 2008/10/11, With Invitation, Center for Qilu Culture, Shandong Normal University, Center for Jiaodong Culture, Ludong University, and Center for Quanzhen Culture, Muping District, Yantai City, Shandong Province, Andre Holiday, Muping, Yantai, China
  68. The Formation of YingYiGongDuWenti (Styles of Translation by Rote on the Text) in the Mongol-Yuan Period, Yoshiyuki Funada, Symposium on the Ethnicity and Culture during the Yuan Period in Celebration of Professor Cai Meibiao's 80th Birthday, 2008/07/28, With Invitation, The Chinese National Association of Yuan Studies, Northwest Normal University, Nankai University, Hexi University, and Gansu Provincial Museum, Hexi University, Zhangye, China
  69. Chair: The Second Panel "Philology and Prosopography", Yaoting Zhu and Yoshiyuki Funada, Symposium on the Ethnicity and Culture during the Yuan Period in Celebration of Professor Cai Meibiao's 80th Birthday, 2008/07/28, With Invitation, The Chinese National Association of Yuan Studies, Northwest Normal University, Nankai University, Hexi University, and Gansu Provincial Museum, Hexi University, Zhangye, China
  70. Discussant: Tie Fang and Jianda Zou, "A Study on Historical Texts on Yuan Yunnan in Zhaoyu-zhi", Symposium on the Ethnicity and Culture during the Yuan Period in Celebration of Professor Cai Meibiao's 80th Birthday, 2008/07/26, With Invitation, The Chinese National Association of Yuan Studies, Northwest Normal University, Nankai University, Hexi University, and Gansu Provincial Museum, Friendship Hotel, Lamzjpi, China
  71. The Image of Chinggis Qaghan in Recent Film Wroks and TV Series, Lecture on Silk Road, the 18th Board Meeting of the Association of Kyushu and Silk Road, 2008/06/17, With Invitation, Association of Kyushu and Silk Road, Fukuoka Cultural Foundation, Fukuoka, Japan
  72. The Governance System of Multiethnic Society of the Mongol Empire, Meeting of the Association of Kyushu and Silk Road, 2008/02/23, Without Invitation, Association of Kyushu and Silk Road, Fukuoka City Human Rights Promotion Center (Cocoron Center), Fukuoka, Japan
  73. Chair: The 2nd Session of the 3rd International Symposium of the Consortium of East Asian History "East Asia and Japan: Interaction and Transformations, The 3rd International Symposium of the Consortium of East Asian History "East Asia and Japan: Interaction and Transformations, 2008/01/12, With Invitation, History Core Division Course, Kyushu University, Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan
  74. The Development of Documentary Form under Yeke Mongghul Ulus: An Analysis of Diplomatic Documents Addressed to Japan, Symposium "War and Diplomacy in East Asia from Paleographical Perspective: Mongol-Yuan Period," The 2007 Historical Society of Kyushu Annual Conference, 2007/12/08, With Invitation, The Historical Society of Kyushu, Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan
  75. A Study on Promulgation of Qaghan's Edicts in the Yuan Period, The 3rd International Seminar on East Asian History Studies, Jointly Presented by Nanjing University & Kyushu University, 2007/09/13, With Invitation, Nanjing University and Kyushu University, Nanjing University, Nanjing, China
  76. The Transformations of Muslims in Yuan-Ming China: An Analysis of the Inscription Carved the Edict, Yoshiyuki Funada, Symposium on the Mongol-Yuan History in Celebration of Professor Fang Linggui's 90th Birthday, 2007/08/07, With Invitation, The Chinese National Association of Yuan Studies, China's Society for the Study of Mongolian History, and Yunnan Normal University, Lotus Hotel, Kunming, China
  77. A Study on Promulgation of Qaghan's Edicts in the Yuan Period, International Symposium on Genghis Khan and Liupan Mountain, 2007/07/21, With Invitation, People's Government of Guyuan City, Ningxia Academy of Social Sciences, Chinese National Association of Yuan Studies, and China's Society for the Study of Mongolian History, Guyan Mountain House, Guyuan, China
  78. The Development of Documentary Form under Yeke Mongghul Ulus = Da Yuan: Focusing on the Formulaic Opening Phrases Seen in the Die Document addressed from Central Secretariat to the King of Japan, Research Meeting for the Symposium of the 2007 Historical Society of Kyushu Annual Conference and Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B) "A Comparative Study of the Documents in East Asia before Modern Age", 2007/06/27, With Invitation, The Historical Society of Kyushu and Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B) "A Comparative Study of the Documents in East Asia before Modern Age"
  79. A Study on Feng-shu Document Issued by the Emperor of Yeke Mongghol Ulus: Based on an Analysis of the Mongol Empire Edicts, Joint Research Meeting "The Diplomatic Documents before Mongol Invasion on Japan" KAKENHI Research Groups: Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B) "Medieval Japan and International Relations Viewed from Korean Books," Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (S) "Grasping and Analyzing Mongolian-Expedition-Related Archaeological Sites and Remains on the Seabed of Takashima," and Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research on Priority Areas "New Method of Medieval Archaeology in East Asia : Interaction and Trade Research Project", 2007/02/03, With Invitation, KAKENHI Research Groups: Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B) "Medieval Japan and International Relations Viewed from Korean Books," Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (S) "Grasping and Analyzing Mongolian-Expedition-Related Archaeological Sites and Remains on the Seabed of Takashima," and Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research on Priority Areas "New Method of Medieval Archaeology in East Asia : Interaction and Trade Research Project", Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan
  80. The Features of Stone Inscriptions and Researches of Mongol-Yuan History, The 2nd International Seminar on East Asian History Studies, Jointly Presented by Nanjing University & Kyushu University, 2006/11/28, With Invitation, Nanjing University and Kyushu University, Nanjing University, Nanjing, China
  81. The Transition of Formation of a Style of Chinese Meta-phrased from Mongolian Seen in the Inscription of Edicts for the Lingyan Temple: An Aspect of the Development of the Document Administration System during Yuan Period, The Development of a Style of Chinese Meta-phrased from Mongolian: A Case Study on the Lingyansi Shengzhi bei The Development of a Style of Chinese Meta-phrased from Mongolian: A Case Study on the Lingyansi Shengzhi bei, The 2006 Annual Conference of the Society of Inner Asian Studies, 2006/11/11, With Invitation, Society of Inner Asian Studies, Ryukoku University, Kyoto, Japan
  82. The Contacts among Ethnicities and Aspects of Their Identities in the Mongol Period, The Final Workshop of the 21st Century COE Program "East Asia and Japan: Interaction and Transformations" Kyushu University, 2006/11/07, With Invitation, The 21st Century COE Program "East Asia and Japan: Interaction and Transformations" Kyushu University, Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan
  83. Chair: Discussion on the 1st Session " Human migration and Innovations", The Final Workshop of the 21st Century COE Program "East Asia and Japan: Interaction and Transformations" Kyushu University, 2006/11/07, Without Invitation, The 21st Century COE Program "East Asia and Japan: Interaction and Transformations" Kyushu University, Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan
  84. Researches of Mongol-Yuan History and Stone Inscriptions, The Forum of History Jointly Presented by Shandong University and Kyushu University, 2006/10/03, With Invitation, Shandong University and Kyushu University, Shandong University, Jinan, China
  85. Personal Linkages, Identities, and Expansion of the Mongol Empire, The 2nd Seminar of Historical Science and History Education, Kyushu University, 2006/08/20, With Invitation, The 21st Century COE Program "East Asia and Japan: Interaction and Transformations" Kyushu University, Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan
  86. The Formation of a Style of Chinese Meta-phrased from Mongolian: The Origin of the Translation System of Official Documents in China under Mongol Rule, The 11th Annual Meeting of Linguistic Circle for the Study of Eastern Eurasian Languages, 2006/07/14, With Invitation, Linguistic Circle for the Study of Eastern Eurasian Languages, Institute for Research in Language Teaching of Daito Bunka University, Project in East Asian Studies, College of Economics, Aoyama Gakuin University, Daito Bunka Kaikan, Tokyo, Japan
  87. Inner Asia Spreading to East Asia, The 11th Seminar " Interaction and Transformations," The 21st Century COE Program "East Asia and Japan: Interaction and Transformations" Kyushu University, 2006/06/02, With Invitation, The 21st Century COE Program "East Asia and Japan: Interaction and Transformations" Kyushu University, Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan
  88. Prospects of Studies on Yuan Official Documents, Yuan Dianzhang Reading Seminar, 2006/05/11, With Invitation, Institute of History, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing, China
  89. Prospects of Studies on Yuan Official Documents, International Workshop "New Sources and Research Trends in Inner Asian History", 2006/04/15, With Invitation, International Joint Research for Xixia-Yuan Social Documents from Qaraqota and Association for Yuan Documents and Sources, Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan
  90. Lao Qida as a Yuan Historical Source: Interaction and Transformation in East Asia during the Mongol-Yuan Period, International Seminar on East Asian History Studies, Jointly Presented by Nanjing University & Kyushu University, 2005/12/19, With Invitation, Nanjing University and Kyushu University, Nanjing University, Nanjing, China
  91. Latest Development of Mongol-Yuan Studies in Japan, International Seminar on East Asian History Studies, Jointly Presented by Nanjing University & Kyushu University, 2005/12/15, With Invitation, Nanjing University and Kyushu University, Nanjing University, Nanjing, China
  92. A Fundamental Study on Formats of Chinese Metaphrased from Mongolian Seen in Stone Inscriptions during the Mongol Period [Joint work by Shengli Zu and Yoshiyuki Funada], Yoshiyuki Funada, Shengli Zu and Yoshiyuki Funada, The 2005 Annual Conference of the Historical Society of Kyushu, 2005/12/11, Without Invitation, Historical Society of Kyushu, Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan
  93. The Scenes of Business Transaction in the Yuan Period Seen in the Old Edition of the Laoqida (Nogeoldae), International Academic Conference "Cultural Interaction among East Asian Three States: History and Vision", 2005/12/03, With Invitation, Chonbuk National University, 21st Century COE Program, Kyushu University, and School of Humanities, Soochow University University, Chonbuk National University, Jeonju, Republic of Korea
  94. The Document Administration System and its Linguistic Feature during the Mongol-Yuan Period, Lecture Sponsored by School of History and Culture, Henan University, 2005/11/23, With Invitation, School of History and Culture, Henan University, Henan University, Kaifeng, China
  95. The Transformations and Network of Muslims in Yuan-Ming China: Analysis of the Inscription Carved the Edict in the 25th Year of Hongwu Era (1392), Existing at the Xi'an Masjid, International Workshop "The Network of Interaction in Inland and Maritime World and Islam", 2005/09/23, With Invitation, 21st Century COE Program (Humanities), East Asia and Japan: Interaction and Transformation, Kyushu University, Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan
  96. The Transformation of Muslims during the Yuan-Ming Period: Islam and Stele Culture in China, The 8th Meeting of Cross-disciplinary Researches, "Network of Interaction in Inland and Maritime World and Islam," 21st Century COE Program (Humanities), East Asia and Japan: Interaction and Transformation, Kyushu University, 2005/09/05, With Invitation, 21st Century COE Program (Humanities), East Asia and Japan: Interaction and Transformation, Kyushu University, Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan
  97. A Study on Promulgation of Gaghan's Edicts in the Yuan Period: Mainly Through an Analysis on a Document from Qaraqota, International Symposium on Mongolian Studies of China, 2005/08/21, With Invitation, Inner Mongolia Academy of Social Science, Inner Mongolia University, and Inner Mongolia Normal University, Xincheng Hotel, Hohhot, China
  98. Multi Ethnic Societies and the Mongol-Yuan Government, Inaugural Lecture, School of Letters, Kyushu University, 2005/05/25, With Invitation, School of Letters, Kyushu University, Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan
  99. Documental Administration and Multi-lingual Society during the Yuan Period: Focusing on Transmission of Edicts, The 4th Meeting of Cross-disciplinary Researches, "Network of Interaction in Inland and Maritime World and Islam," 21st Century COE Program (Humanities), East Asia and Japan: Interaction and Transformation, Kyushu University, 2005/04/23, With Invitation, 21st Century COE Program (Humanities), East Asia and Japan: Interaction and Transformation, Kyushu University, Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan
  100. Value of the Official Document Inscribed on the Tablet of Charter of Ling Yan Temple, The International Seminar on Society and Culture of Yuan Dynasty and Khubilai Khan, 2004/08/24, With Invitation, Nankai University, Beijing Union University, Hebei Normal University, and The Chinese National Association of Yuan Studies, Yanshan Hotel, Shijiazhuang, China
  101. Discussant: Juan Ma, "An Analysis of Interpretation of Islam by Yuan Han Chinese: A Case Study on Steles of Masjid", The International Seminar on Society and Culture of Yuan Dynasty and Khubilai Khan, 2004/08/21, With Invitation, Nankai University, Beijing Union University, Hebei Normal University, and The Chinese National Association of Yuan Studies, Nankai University, Tianjin, China
  102. A Study of the Heralds who Promulgated Imperial Proclamations in the Yuan Dynasty, The 41th Quriltai (Altaist's Meeting in Japan), 2004/07/18, Without Invitation, Altaist's Meeting in Japan, Fujiya Ryokan, Shinano, Japan
  103. On the Promulgation of Written Edicts in the Yuan Period, The 2004 Annual Conference of the Association for the Studies of Chinese Society and Culture, 2004/07/10, Without Invitation, Association for the Studies of Chinese Society and Culture, University of Tokyo, Tokyo
  104. A Study on the Document Inscribed on the Obverse of Ling-yan-si Zhi-zhao bei (Inscription of Licenses of Ling-yan Temple): An Aspect of the Administration Based on Documents under the Yuan Dynasty:, The 4th Annual Conference of the Society for Liao, Jin and Xi-xia Studies, 2004/03/13, With Invitation, Society for Liao, Jin and Xi-xia Studies, Quality Inn Gamagori, Gamagori, Japan
  105. Chair: Session of 2003 International Symposium of Mongolian History and Culture in China, Chimeddorji and Yoshiyuki Funada, 2003 International Symposium of Mongolian History and Culture in China, 2003/10/04, With Invitation, State Ethnic Affairs Commission, Xiyuan Hotel, Tonghai, China
  106. A Tentative Treatise on Regulations for Official Documents During Mongol-Yuan Period, 2003 International Symposium of Mongolian History and Culture in China, 2003/10/03, With Invitation, State Ethnic Affairs Commission, Lian Yun Hotel, Kunming, China
  107. A Report of a Field Work in Puyang and Anyang: A Village of Tanguts, Shushan-ji, Yuan Steles, and Historical Sites, The 40th Quriltai (Altaist's Meeting in Japan), 2003/07/21, Without Invitation, Altaist's Meeting in Japan, Fujiya Ryokan, Shinano, Japan
  108. Semu People and the System and Society in the Yuan: Re-examining the Classification of the Mongols, Semu, Hanren and Nanren, International Conference on Mongol-Yuan Studies in Memory of the 100th Anniversary of the Birth of Professor Han Rulin, 2002/08/14, With Invitation, History Department of Nanjing University, The Chinese National Association of Yuan Studies, Institute of Politics of CASS, and The Hong Kong Institute of Education, Nanjing University, Nanjing, China
  109. Chinese Historical Sources during the Mongol-Yuan Period, Lecture Sponsored by the Department of Mongolian Language and Literature, Minzu University of China, 2002/04/13, With Invitation, Department of Mongolian Language and Literature, Minzu University of China, Minzu University of China, Beijing, China
  110. Aim of Symposium "History and Mithology", The 26th Annual Conference of the Society of Asian Studies, Waseda University, 2001/03/24, Without Invitation, Society of Asian Studies, Waseda University, Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan
  111. The Chao and Prices Seen in the Newly Discovered Old Edition of the Laoqida: A Historical Analysis, Regular Meeting of the Kanto Chapter of the Chinese Linguistic Society of Japan, 2000/11/25, With Invitation, The Chinese Linguistic Society of Japan, Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan
  112. The Chao and Prices Seen in the Newly Discovered Old Edition of the Laoqida: Its Potentiality as a Historical Source, The 98th Annual Conference of Historical Society of Japan, 2000/11/12, Without Invitation, Historical Society of Japan, University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan
  113. The Administrative Districts and Appanages during the Mongol-Yuan Period: Cases in Northern China, The 1999 Annual Conference of Historical Society of Waseda University, 1999/10/16, Without Invitation, Historical Society of Waseda University, Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan
  114. The Four Classes System under the Yuan Dynasty Revisited: Focusing on the Semu People, The 1998 Spring Annual Conference of Japanese Association for Mongolian Studies, 1998/05/16, With Invitation, Japanese Association for Mongolian Studies, Senshu University, Tokyo, Japan

Awards

  1. 1998年03月25日, Azusa Ono Memorial Award (Academic Field), Waseda University

External Funds

Acceptance Results of Competitive Funds

  1. Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research, [Co-Investigator], 2019/04/01, 2023/03/31
  2. Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research, A comprehensive study on the north-south transportation system of the pre-modern Central Eurasia, 2018/04/01, 2022/03/31
  3. Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research, Study on the Mongol - Song War: Comprehensive Analysis of the Historical Documents, Battle Sites, and Relics, 2014/04/01, 2018/03/31
  4. Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research, 2014/04/01, 2018/03/31
  5. Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research, [Co-Investigator] System of Transcription of the Non-Chinese Personal Names in the Chinese Sources of the Mongol Period, 2014/04/01, 2017/03/31
  6. Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research, [Co-Investigator] A Study of New History of Eurasia, 2012/04/04, 2015/03/31
  7. Kyushu University P&P, [Co-Investigator] A Study on Migration of Ancient Nomads and Formation of Gropes in Mongolia, 2012/04/01, 2014/03/31
  8. Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research, [Co-Investigator] Study of the multiracial fusion social history of Henan and Shanxi districts: Trial of the local social history elucidation by epitaph historical materials in China, 2011/11, 2014/03/31
  9. Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research, [Co-Investigator] The Research and Study of the Shipwrecks at the Mongol Invasions Using the Underwater Archaeological Method, 2011/04/01, 2016/03/31
  10. Grant for Specific Project (A, General), Waseda University, [Co-Investigator] A Study on Lineages and Religions as Social Networks in Pre-modern North China, 2011/04/01, 2012/03/31
  11. Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research, A Study on the Transformation of Pluralistic Societies in North China under the Mongol Empire Based on the Analysis on Excavated Materials and Stone Inscriptions, 2010/04/01, 2014/03/31
  12. Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research, [Co-Investigator] Research on the textual materials and historical ruins in the eastern part of the Silk Road: In search for a new historical viewpoint and a new science for the unearthed textual materials, 2010/04/01, 2014/03/31
  13. Research Project, Research Institute for Oriental Cul­tures, Gakushuin University, [Co-Investigator] Ethnic Groups and Society in Borderlands between Sedentary and Nomadic Zones, 2010/04/01, 2012/03/31
  14. Kyushu University P&P, [Co-Investigator] International Education Program Utilizing Consortium of East Asian History, 2009/04/01, 2010/03/31
  15. Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research, [Co-Investigator] A study on the multilayer rule by Mongol Empire to the China society The new development of historical materials studies for the Yuan dynasty, 2008/04/01, 2011/03/31
  16. Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research, [Co-Investigator] Grasping and Analyzing Mongolian-Expedition-Related Archaeological Sites and Remains on the Seabed of Takashima, 2008/04/01, 2011/03/31
  17. Grant for Academic Research, Mishima Kaiun Memorial Foundation, The Survey and Research on Jin-Yuan Inscriptions in the Northen Shanxi Province, China, 2007/07/01, 2008/06/30
  18. Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research, [Co-Investigator] A Comparative Study of the Documents in East Asia before Modern Age, 2007/04/01, 2011/03/31
  19. Joint Research Project, Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa, [Co-Investigator] Comprehensive Research on Liao-Jin-Xixia Linguistics, History, and Religion, 2007/04/01, 2010/03/31
  20. Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research, A Study on the Mutual Relationship between the Administration by Official Documents and Local Society in Jin-Yuan Huabei: With Special Reference to the Inscriptions, 2006/04/01, 2009/03/31
  21. Research Grants-in-Aid for Young Scholars, Fukuoka Asia Urban Research Center, A Historical Study on Religious Pluralism of Local Cites in China, 2005/07/01, 2006/03/31
  22. 21st Century COE Program, [Program Member] East Asia and Japan: Interaction and Transformations, 2005/04/01, 2007/03/31
  23. Research Grants in the Humanities, the Mitsubishi Foundation, [Research Assistant] A Basic Research on New Discovered Original Sources of Ethnic Groups in Eastern Eurasia, 2004/09/01, 2006/08/31
  24. Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research, [Co-Investigator] General Research on Historical Documents in the 13-14th century East Asia, 2004/04/01, 2007/03/31
  25. Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research, [Co-Investigator] Medieval Japan and international relations Viewed from Korean books, 2004/04/01, 2008/03/31
  26. Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research, [Co-Investigator] Research of KharaKhota, 2004/04/01, 2006/03/31
  27. Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research, The Document Administration System of the Mongol-Yuan Empire and its Ethnic and Linguistic Aspects, 2003/04/01, 2005/03/31
  28. Short-term Student Exchange Promotion Program (Outbound) Scholarship, Association of International Education, Japan, Short-term Student Exchange Promotion Program (Outbound) Scholarship, 2001/09/01, 2002/07/31
  29. Soukichi Tsuda Memorial Scholarship, Soukichi Tsuda Memorial Scholarship, 1999/07/01, 2000/03/31

Social Activities

History as Committee Members

  1. Director, 2019/04, The Society of Hiroshima for Historical Studies
  2. Lecturer (part-time), 2018/09, 2019/03, Prefectural University of Hiroshima
  3. Lecturer (part-time), 2017/10, 2018/03, Kyushu University
  4. Lecturer (part-time), 2017/09, 2018/03, Prefectural University of Hiroshima
  5. Director, 2017/05, Japanese Association for Mongolian Studies
  6. Councilor, 2017/04, The Society of Hiroshima for Historical Studies
  7. Director, 2016/04, The Society of Inner Asian Studies
  8. Editor, 2016/04, The Society of Inner Asian Studies
  9. Visiting Scholar, 2012/09, 2013/08, Department of Central Eurasian Studies, Indiana University
  10. Visiting Researcher, 2012/04, Institute of Central Eurasian History and Culture, Comprehensive Research Organization, Waseda University
  11. Guest Researcher, 2010/04, 2012/03, The Research Institute for Oriental Cultures, Gakushuin University
  12. Secretary General, 2008/06, 2016/08, The Association for Kyushu and Silkroad
  13. Director, 2008/06, The Association for Kyushu and Silkroad
  14. Commissioner, 2008/06, The Association for Kyushu and Silkroad
  15. Editor, 2008/06, The Association for Kyushu and Silkroad
  16. Guest Researcher, 2007/11, 2011/03, Institute for Mongolian Studies, Comprehensive Research Organization, Waseda University
  17. Joint Researcher, 2007/04, 2010/03, Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies
  18. Lecturer (part-time), 2007/04, 2012/03, Fukuoka University
  19. Commissioner, 2005/04, 2016/09, The Historical Society of Kyushu
  20. Guest Researcher, 2005/04, 2007/10, Institute for Mongolian Studies, Comprehensive Research Organization, Waseda University
  21. Secretary, 2000/11, 2005/03, The Society of Inner Asian Studies
  22. Secretary, 1998/04, 2001/03, The Society of Asian Studies, Waseda University
  23. Editor, 1998/04, 2001/03, The Society of Asian Studies, Waseda University

Organizing Academic Conferences, etc.

  1. The 20th Anniversary Symposiun, Association of Kyushu and Silk Road, 2011/06, 2011/06
  2. International Workshop "The Legacy of Documents in Pre-modern East Asia", 2011/01, 2011/01
  3. Symposium "Mongol Empire's Rule over China and its Society: Steles and New Perspectives," The 2010 Annual Conference of the Historical Society of Kyushu, 2010/12, 2010/12
  4. International Workshop "The Shape of Documents", 2009/10, 2009/10
  5. The 4th International Seminar on East Asian History Studies and Sources, Jointly Presented by Universities in China and Japan, 2009/03, 2009/03
  6. International Workshop "Comparative Study on Documents in Pre-modern East Asia", 2008/11, 2008/11
  7. The 3rd International Symposium of the Consortium of East Asian History "East Asia and Japan: Interaction and Transformations", 2008/01, 2008/01
  8. The 3rd International Seminar on East Asian History Studies, Jointly Presented by Nanjing University & Kyushu University, 2007/09, 2007/09
  9. Final Workshop of the 21st Century COE Program "East Asia and Japan: Interaction and Transformations" Kyushu University, 2006/11, 2006/11
  10. The 2nd International Seminar on East Asian History Studies, Jointly Presented by Nanjing University & Kyushu University, 2006/11, 2006/11
  11. The Forum of History Jointly Presented by Shandong University & Kyushu University, 2006/10, 2006/10
  12. International Workshop "New Perspective of East Asia: Kyushu and the Maritime World", 2006/09, 2006/09
  13. The 2nd International Symposium of the Consortium of East Asian History, the 21st Century COE Program "East Asia and Japan: Interaction and Transformations" Kyushu University, 2006/09, 2006/09
  14. International Workshop "New Sources and Perspectives of Inner Asian History", 2006/04, 2006/04
  15. International Seminar on East Asian History Studies, Jointly Presented by Nanjing University & Kyushu University, 2005/12, 2005/12
  16. International Workshop "The Network of Interaction in Inland and Maritime World and Islam", 2005/09, 2005/09
  17. The Kickoff Symposium of the Consortium of East Asian History, the 21st Century COE Program "East Asia and Japan: Interaction and Transformations" Kyushu University, 2005/08, 2005/08
  18. Symposium "History and Mithology," the 26th Annual Conference of the Society of Asian Studies, Waseda University, 2001/03, 2001/03

Other Social Contributions

  1. Lectures on History, Joint Project by Hiroshima University, Hiroshima Prefectural Archives, and Hiroshima Prefectural Library, Mongol Rule in China: Collaboration among Chingisid Family, Officials, and Local Society, Hiroshima University, Hiroshima Prefectural Archives, and Hiroshima Prefectural Library, Hiroshima Prefectural Archives