Kinoshita Mitsuhiro

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Kinoshita Mitsuhiro
Keiwa College

Research Areas


Academic & Professional Experience

Apr 2019
Associate professor, Department of Intercultural Studies, Keiwa College
Apr 2015
Mar 2019
full‐time lecturer, Department of Intercultural Studies, Keiwa College

Published Papers

Structural thinking of "Agricultural Mongolia"
Kinoshita Mitsuhiro
Annual report Keiwa Liberal Arts Research Institute   (14) 49-60   Jun 2016   [Refereed]
The Hans and Mongolians in Suiyuan, Inner Mongolia : Their Dispute and Fluid Diversity : A Case Study of Fu Zuoyi and De Wang
Kinoshita Mitsuhiro
(25) 89-105   Feb 2016   [Refereed]
The Losing Ulanhu's Standing and Resurrection of the Mongolian-born Leader
Kinoshita Mitsuhiro
Monthly journal of Chinese affair   69(4) 21-34   Apr 2015   [Refereed]
Ethnic issues in China
Kinoshita Mitsuhiro
(807) 36-41   Jul 2013   [Invited]
Japan-China relationship
Kinoshita Mitsuhiro
(807) 42-47   Jul 2013   [Invited]
Teaching Chinese ethnic problems and Tibetan problem in a world history course
Kinoshita Mitsuhiro
(2) 71-80   Oct 2009
Tibet problem: the one world, many dreams
Kinoshita Mitsuhiro
(1) 49-63   Jan 2009   [Refereed]


Speeches : A variety of Inner Mongolia figure not only "Pastoralism"
Kinoshita Mitsuhiro
(8) 97-102   Jan 2016
Book Reviews : KUROSAWA, Naomichi, The Classic of Naxi literature : Lv bber lv ssaq, the Dongba manuscript for love suicides
Kinoshita Mitsuhiro
(5) 141-145   Jan 2013
News of International Conferences : International Symposium China's Political Reform and Minority Nationality Rights : How to understand the so-called "Second-Generation Nationality Policy"?
Kinoshita Mitsuhiro
(43) 79-81   Mar 2013   [Invited]
The cult of Ulanhu in Inner Mongolia: History, memory, and the making of national heroes の翻訳論文
Kinoshita Mitsuhiro
(31) 14-44   Mar 2012   [Refereed]

Books etc

Restructuring Multi-Ethnic Communities in the Borderlands of North China
Kinoshita Mitsuhiro (Part:Joint Work, Re-Understanding the Hongshan Civilization of South Central Inner Mongolia)
Chubu Institute for Adavance Studies, Chubu University   Mar 2015