NODA Jin

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Name
NODA Jin
Affiliation
Tokyo University of Foreign Studies
Section
Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa
Job title
Associate Professor

Research Areas

 
 

Published Papers

 
Kazakh Migrants and Soviet-Chinese Relations during the 1940s: A Background of Xinjiang Refugees to the Middle East
Jin Noda
Emigrants/Muhacir from Xinjiang to Middle East during 1940–60s   25-42   Mar 2019
Linguistic features of the letters of Wali Khan
Abdilashimuli D, Noda J.
4(172) 12-20   2018   [Refereed]
Jin Noda
The Silk Road   (16) 21-29   2018
Crossing the Border, Transformation of Belonging, and "International" Conflict Resolution between the Russian and Qing Empires
Jin Noda
Xinjiang in the Context of Central Eurasian Transformations   59-77   Mar 2018   [Invited]
The conflicts beyond the border and their resolution between Russia and the Qing China
Noda Jin
Crossing the Boundaries: Asians and Africans on the Move, Proceedings of the Papers (CAAS 7th International Conference)   167-172   Mar 2017

Books etc

 
Emigrants/Muhacir from Xinjiang to Middle East during 1940–60s
Jin Noda, Ryosuke Ono (Part:Joint Editor)
Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies   Mar 2019   ISBN:978-4-86337-296-2
The Kazakh Khanates between the Russian and Qing Empires: Central Eurasian International Relations during the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries
Jin Noda
Brill   2016   ISBN:9789004314443
Asiatic Russia: Imperial Power in Regional and International Contexts
Jin Noda (Part:Joint Work, Russo-Chinese Trade through Central Asia: Regulations and Reality)
Routledge   2011   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Languages for Diplomacy in the Qing Empire: Its relations with Russia regarding Xinjiang
Noda Jin
グローバルな視点でみるユーラシア大陸:第五回清朝と内陸アジア国際学術研究会   4 Aug 2019   
Various “khans” in an Empire: Difference in the attitudes of the Qing Empire to Torghuts and Kazakhs in the 2nd half of 18C
Noda Jin
European Society for Central Asian Studies 第16回大会   27 Jun 2019   
The Scope of the Kazakh intellectuals in Xinjiang: a case of Aqit Ulemjiuli
Jin Noda
Middle East and Islamic Studies International Workshop “Mobility of Central Asian Intellectuals: Scholarly and religious networks between Xinjiang and Middle East”   21 Jul 2018   ILCAA Middle East and Islamic Studies (MEIS), Joint Research Projects “From Turkestan to Istanbul: in seeking the freedom, Comparative studies of political and intellectual trends in early 20th-century Central Asia”
Kazakh migrants and the Soviet-Chinese relations during 1940s: as a background of the Xinjiang refugees towards Middle East
Jin Noda
中東イスラーム研究拠点国際ワークショップ「中央アジアから中東への移民:1940-50年代の新疆難民の事例から」   3 Mar 2018   
The Conflicts beyond the Border and Their Resolution between Russia and the Qing China
Jin Noda
Consortium for Asian African Studies Symposium “Crossing the Boundaries: Asians and Africans on Move”   22 Oct 2016   Tokyo University of Foreign Studies

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