KATO, Kumiko

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Name
KATO, Kumiko
Affiliation
Nagoya University
Section
Graduate School of Humanities Department of Humanities 3
Job title
Professor

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Mar 2007
   
 
Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Letters Department of Humanities, Nagoya University
 
Apr 2007
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Dec 2009
Associate professor, Graduate School of Letters Department of Humanities, Nagoya University
 
Jan 2010
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Mar 2017
Professor, Graduate School of Letters Department of Humanities, Nagoya University
 
Apr 2017
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Today
Professor, Graduate School of Humanities Department of Humanities 3, Nagoya University
 

Misc

 
Qing China's View of Its Border and Territory in Southernmost Yunnan in the 1830s: Analyses of Historical Sources Concerning Sipsongpanna
Kumiko Kato
Journal of the School of Letters, Nagoya University   11    Mar 2015   [Refereed]
This paper discusses Qing China's view of its border and territory in Southernmost Yunnan in the 1830s by analysing historical sources such as Pu'er Fu Zhi, the official account of Pu'er Fu, written in the Dao Guang Period (1821-1850) and Captain ...
Tributes and Corvée Imposed by Moeng Cheng Hung of Sipsongpanna in the First Half of the 20th Century: Analyses from a Tai Manuscript
Kumiko Kato
Journal of the School of Letters, Nagoya University   8 1-17   Mar 2012   [Refereed]
Salt Production and Salt Trading by Villagers in the Southern Part of the Vientiane Plain
KATO Kumiko
Journal of the School of Letters, Nagoya University   (6) 1-15   Mar 2010   [Refereed]
The Main Trade Routes between China and Burma through Sipsongpanna
KATO, Kumiko
Linguistic & Anthropological Study on the Shan Culture Area   199-222   Mar 1999
Control of Irrigation by Muang Political Power : The Case of Muang Chiang Hung(Mong Cheng Hung)of Sipsongpanna
KATO, Kumiko
Tai Culture   Ⅲ(2) 49-70   Dec 1998

Books etc

 
Golden Square : History, Language, Ethnic Groups in Tai Culture Area
Shintani, Tadahiko ed. (Part:Joint Work)
Apr 1998   
Kaan Suksaa Prawatisaat lae Wannakam khong Krum Chaatiphan Thai (in Thai) (Studies of History and Literature of Tai Ethnic Groups)
Sarasawadee Ondsakul, Yoshiyuki Masuhara eds. (Part:Joint Work)
Amarin   Jan 2002   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Qing China's Concept of Border and Territory in Southernmost Yunnan in 1830s
Kumiko Kato
Thai-Yunnan Project Workshop: At Risk, Under Care: Nurturing Culture, the Environment and the Human in the Thai-Yunnan Region   27 Nov 2014   
Sipsongpanna was a Tai pre-modern state that was located at the southernmost part of present-day Yunnan Province of People's Republic of China, which borders on Myanmar and Laos. It had paid tribute to both Chinese and Burmese Dynasties since the ...
Sipsongpanna and the Rattanakosin Dynasty in the Middle of the 19th Century
Kumiko Kato
The 12th International Conference on Thai Studies (ICTS)   21 Apr 2014   
Sipsongpanna was a Tai pre-modern state which had paid tribute to both Chinese and Burmese Empires since the latter half of the 16th century. In the middle of the 19th century, contact with the Rattanakosin Dynasty also appeared. My purpose, throu...
The Relationships between the Political Power and the People in Sipsongpanna in the First Half of the 20th Century: From the Viewpoint of Corvee and Tributes
The 11th International Conference on Thai Studies   26 Jul 2011   
The Relationships between the Political Power and the People in Sipsongpanna in the First Half of the 20th Century: From the Viewpoint of Corvee and Tributes
KATO Kumiko
The 11th International Conference on Thai Studies   Jul 2011