Takashi Kobayashi, Professor, Department of Linguistic Science, Japanese Language
Another perspective of the areas damaged by the Great East Japan Earthquake Dialects save people, and people save dialects
Miki Iwata, Associate Professor of English Literature
From Yeats and Synge to Sheridan Father-and-SonResearch on Irish Drama
Toshiaki Yanagihara, Professor of Historical Studies
Towards a work on regional history filled with a wealth of information based on "Periphery of Medieval Japan and East Asia"
Ken-ichi Ohbuchi, Professor of Social psychology
"Research on apology" was presented in March 2010Investigating the depths of the mind from the perspective of social psychology
Toshifumi Goto, Professor of Indology and History of Indian Buddhism
Lessons taught to mankind by ancient Indian literatureTranslation of the "Rigveda"
Hiroo Sato, Professor of History of Japanese Thought
Professor Hiroo Sato, Department of History of Japanese Thought Made "Where Do the Dead Go?" public (March 2008)
Kyoko Haga, Associate Professor of Aesthetics and Western Art History
Kyoko Haga, Associate Professor, Department of Historical Studies, Art History, Aesthetics and Western Art History won the Collegium Mediterranistarum Herend Prize for her work "Ancient sculpture of Rhodes"
Kenji Hara, the late Professor of German literature
Kenji Hara, Professor, Majoring in German Literature Participated in the international project of making a critical edition of Jacob Burckhardt’s "The Civilization of the Renaissance in Italy"