NAKATSUJI Susumu

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Name
NAKATSUJI Susumu
Affiliation
Konan University
Section
Faculty of Letters, Department of History and Culture
Research funding number
60431649

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
 
   
 
Associate Professor, Konan University Faculty of Letters, Department of History and Culture
 

Published Papers

 
Land Use and Land Cover Changes during the Second Indochina War and Their Long-Term Impact on a Hilly Area in Laos
NAKATSUJI Susumu
Southeast Asian Studies   8(2) 203-231   Aug 2019   [Refereed]
Land Use Strategies of Shifting Cultivators in Laos
NAKATSUJI Susumu
京都大学文学研究科   1-290   Jan 2018   [Refereed]
Differences in the Importance of Shifting Cultivation among Villages in Northern Laos
NAKATSUJI Susumu
Japanese Journal of Human Geography   65(4) 339-356   2013   [Refereed]
Rural Development, Migrations and Livelihood Change in Northern Laos
NAKATSUJI Susumu
Geographical Sciences   65(1) 26-47   2010   [Refereed]
Diversification of Livelihood Activities in the Hills of Northern Laos: A Case Study of an Administrative Village along a Main Road
NAKATSUJI Susumu
Geographical Review of Japan   78(11) 688-709   2005   [Refereed]

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Resettlement Programs and Highlanders’ Reactions in Laos
NAKATSUJI Susumu
International Workshop for the Reorganization of Rural Settlement System   Jan 2019   
Changes in Land Use in Laos during the Second Indochina War
NAKATSUJI Susumu
2018 International Geographical Union Regional Conference   Aug 2018   
Satellite Settlement as a Base for Animal Husbandry: Case Study of Sanam in the Mountains of Laos
NAKATSUJI Susumu
Regional Conference of the IGU: Kyoto International Conference Center   2014   
The Functions of Satellite Settlements in the Hills of Northern Laos: A Comparative Research of Two Villages
NAKATSUJI Susumu
International Workshop on “Sustainable Forest Management and Indigenous Uses of Forest Resources in Myanmar”: Kyoto University   2014   

Research Grants & Projects

 
shifting cultuvation in Southeast Asia