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  • 2341. Fellows & Grantees

    Satoru Fuse

    Modernization of Chinese Navy: Implications for the Japan-U.S. Alliance

    Year 2008 University TV-Asahi Fellowship/Grant Abe Fellowship for Journalists

  • 2342. Fellows & Grantees

    Satoshi Kinoshita

    Political Representation of Racial Minorities and the Electoral System in the United States

    Year 1997 University Kobe Gakuin University Fellowship/Grant Abe Fellowship

  • 2343. Fellows & Grantees

    Satoshi Nakano

    Transnational Experiences and Memories of "Democratization": Philippines-U.S. Colonial/Postcolonial Relations and the U.S. Occupation of Japan

    Year 2003 University Hitotsubashi University Fellowship/Grant Abe Fellowship

  • 2344. Fellows & Grantees

    Satsuki Kawano

    Year 2002 University University of Notre Dame Fellowship/Grant Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) Fellowship

  • 2345. Fellows & Grantees

    Satu P. Limaye

    US-Japan Relations with India after the Cold War

    Year 1995 University Japan Institute of International Affairs Fellowship/Grant Abe Fellowship

  • 2346. Fellows & Grantees

    Sauda Nabukenya


    Year 2013 Fellowship/Grant Next Generation Social Sciences in Africa: Doctoral Dissertation Proposal Fellowship

  • 2347. Fellows & Grantees

    Sawa Omori

    Effects of the IMF and the World Bank on Financial Policy Reforms: Comparing the Influence of the United States and Japan on the IMF and the World Bank Programs

    Year 2012 University International Christian University Fellowship/Grant Abe Fellowship

  • 2348. Fellows & Grantees

    Sawako Shirahase

    A Comparative Study of Family Policies for the Support of Working Mothers in Japan and the United States

    Year 1999 University National Institute of Population and Social Security Research Fellowship/Grant Abe Fellowship

  • 2349. Fellows & Grantees

    Sayaka Chatani

    Nation of Youth: The Mobilization of Rural Youth in Japan, Taiwan, and Korea 1915-1950
    My dissertation investigates the mobilization of rural male youth by the Japanese imperial government through the “Seinendan” (youth associations) in the Japanese periphery (Tohoku) and its three longest-standing colonies, Okinawa, Taiwan, and Korea, roughly between 1915 and…

    Year 2010 University Columbia University Fellowship/Grant International Dissertation Research Fellowship (IDRF)

  • 2350. Fellows & Grantees

    Saydia G. Kamal

    Portraits of Vibrio Cholera: Representing Disease and Fashioning Postcolonial Nation-state in Bangladesh

    Year 2009 University University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Fellowship/Grant DPDF Student Fellowship Competition