History of the Russian Peasantry in the 20th Century (volume 2), Tokyo, 2004
The Second Japanese-Russian Conference on the history of the Russian peasantry in the 20th century was held on 14 - 17 November 2003, at the same Fuji Educational House in Susono City, Shizuoka Prefecture, as the First Conference in November 2002. The participants there amounted to 19 Russian and Japanese scholars. This pamphlet is a collection of all the papers then presented to the Conference with the exception of the report by Naoko Hirooka, whose complete paper was not in time for the publication of this pamphlet. The Russian participants in the Conference were as follows (asterisk* means that he/she was for the first time invited to the Conference): Kornilov, Gennadii Egorovich (professor, senior researcher, Institute of History and Archaeology, Ural division, Russian Academy of Sciences, Ekaterinburg). Esikov, Sergei Al'bertovich* (professor, head of the chair of History of State and Law, Tambov State Technical University, Tambov), author of the article "Peasant Production in Tambov Guberniya (from the 1880s to the end of the 1920s)h. Tarkhova, Nonna Sergeevna* (head of Department of Publication of Archive Documents, Russian State War Archive, Moscow), author of the article "History of the Soviet Peasantry in the Russian Documentary Publications during Recent 15 Yearsh. Naukhatskii, Vitalii Vasil'evich* (professor, head of the chair of History and Politics, Rostov State Economic University, Rostov Institute of National Economy, Rostov), author of the article "Modernization of Agriculture and Raskrest'ianivanie in the Russian Countryside (from the 1960s to the 1990s)h. Koznova, Irina Evgen'evna (senior researcher, Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow). Kondrashin, Viktor Viktorovich (professor, Faculty of History, Penza State Pedagogical University, Penza). Glumnaya, Marina Nikolaevna* (associate professor of the chair of History of Father Land, Vologda State Pedagogical University, Vologda), author of the article "Characteristics and Culture of Kolkhoz Peasant Labour in the 1930s (the case of the Russian European North District)h. The Japanese participants in the Conference were as follows (asterisk* means that he/she for the first time took part in the Conference): Arata, Hiroshi* (former professor, Faculty of Economics, University of Kokugakuin, Tokyo). Suzuki, Takeo (professor, Faculty of Political Science •@Economics, University of Waseda, Tokyo), author of the article "Reforms and Peasant Commune in Prerevolutionary Russia". Matsui, Noriaki (professor, Faculty of Economics, Public University of Kushiro, Kushiro). Okuda, Hiroshi (professor, Faculty of Economics, University of Tokyo, Tokyo). Kajikawa, Shin'ichi (professor, Faculty of Literature, University of Kanazawa, Kanazawa). Yamamura, Rihito (professor, Institute of Slavic Studies, University of Hokkaido, Sapporo). Hirooka, Naoko (part-time lecturer, Faculty of Foreign Languages, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Tokyo). Nobe, Koichi (associate professor, Faculty of Economics, University of Senshu, Tokyo). Choi, Jaedong (former researcher, Faculty of Economics, University of Tokyo, Tokyo). Asaoka, Zenji* (lecturer, Faculty of Education and Culture, University of Miyazaki, Miyazaki), author of the article gThe Village Correspondent Movement in the period of NEP". Yuka Takeda* (postgraduate student, Graduate School of Economics, University of Tokyo, Tokyo). Hidai, Takeo (postgraduate student, Graduate School of Economics, University of Tokyo, Tokyo). Secretary Hosoya, Mio* cooperated in the compilation of this pamphlet.
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