Conference on Global Risk, Security and Ethnicity

Organized by
International Political Science Association
Research Committee on Security, Conflict, and Democratization (RC44)
Transdisciplinary Research Platform on “Risk Society” in
Humanities and Social Sciences (Nagasaki University)

Hosted by
School of Global Humanities and Social Sciences
Nagasaki University, Japan

In cooperation with
IPSA Research Committee on Politics and Ethnicity (RC14),
IPSA Research Committee on Religion and Politics (RC43),
IPSA Research Committee on Biology and Politics (RC12),
IPSA Research Committee on Technology and Development (RC35),
Palgrave Handbook on Ethnicity Project (Palgrave Macmillan Publishing)

Venue and date
Nagasaki University, Nagasaki, Japan
10 - 11 August 2019

Theme: Global Risk, Security and Ethnicity

This is an announcement of conference on global risk, security, and ethnicity which will be convened in Nagasaki, Japan, on 10-11 August 2019. The conference will be organized by Research Committee 44 (on Security, Conflict and Democratization) of the International Political Science Association in collaboration with Nagasaki University, RC14 (Politics and Ethnicity), RC43 (Religion and Politics), RC12 (Biology and Politics), and RC35 (Technology and Development).

Today the world is faced with pervading tensions and violent changes which challenge the way we define and respond to security, risks and ethnicity. The conference provides an opportunity to critically examine and share experiences on the causes and consequences of conflict; security threats; societal risks; and dynamics of ethnic conflict and provide some possible strategies as well as theoretical implications for the future. The approach will be inter-disciplinary in nature and will draw on the wide and comparative prism of the different regions of the world (Americas, Africa, Europe, Middle East, Asia and Pacific) as well as the unique circumstances of different countries and specific situations.

The papers will be based on theoretical discourse, philosophical debates, empirical case studies, comparative analysis between regions or countries, or critical narrative and reflection of an ongoing situation. We welcome interdisciplinary approaches that include areas of study including cultural studies, history, anthropology, ethnography, geography, security studies, international relations, law, philosophy, indigenous studies, media studies, feminist and gender studies, queer perspectives, sociolinguistics, development studies, psychology, and economics, to mention a few.

We hope to publish the papers related to risk and security in a book, and contributions focusing on ethnicity will be published separately in another volume.

Tentative confefence schedule:

*tentative as of 2019/1/31
*numbers indicated do not reflect actual panel numbers

Day 1, Saturday (2019/8/10)



Room 1

Room 2

Room 3



Opening and Keynote 1



Morning Tea
















Afternoon Tea
















Day 2, Sunday (2019/8/11)



Room 1

Room 2

Room 3



IPSA RC44 Plenary & Book Session



Keynote 2




Morning Tea

















Afternoon Tea

Book Session
















Closing and Dinner (Restaurant)


Tentative list of panels:

Panel no. 1

New Theoretical Perspectives on Risk and Security





Suda, Yuko:

Japan, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies

Cybersecurity and the Politics of Data

Simangan, Dahlia:

Japan, United Nations University

Regional Perspectives on the Anthropocene: A Multilevel and Multidisciplinary Analysis to Human Existence and Survival

Steenkmap Fonseca, Raymond:

South Africa, Stellenbosch University

Africa and cyberspace: Risk, society, and geopolitics

Ainsworth, Sean

New Zealand, Victoria University of Wellington

The Fog of Information War

Wardhani, Baiq:

Indonesia, Universitas Airlangga

Loss of a Nation: Eco-suicide and the End of Sovereignty in Nauru





Panel no. 2

Emerging Technologies and Risk Society





Oberoi, Roopinder:

India, University of Delhi

Mapping the Role of Social Enterprise:  A Sustainable Business Model for Future?

Lim, Hazel:

Singapore, National University of Singapore

Risks of algorithmic decision making in autonomous vehicles

Okpaleke, Francis:

New Zealand, University of Waikato, New Zealand

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles and US Grand Strategy: Disruption or Offset?

Pandey, Namita

India, Jawaharlal Nehru University

Modern Technology in Social Changes: A study of recent developments in India.







Panel no. 3

Sovereignty at Risk: Boundaries and Foreign Occupations





Neethling, Theodor:

South Africa, University of the Free State

China’s overseas military base in Djibouti: Assessing the features, strategic objectives and implications

Nunez, Jorge:

United Kingdom, Manchester Law School

Dispute Resolution and the South China Sea: the Egalitarian Shared Sovereignty answer

Compel, Radomir:

Japan, Nagasaki University

Risks of a Military Occupation: A view from Japan

Gupta, Asha

India, Formerly with the University of Delhi

Militarizing International Relations

Solhdoost, Mohsen:

Australia, University of Queensland

External Support and Countering Global Counterterrorism Strategy

Clouzet, Jean-Fançois:

France, University of GENEVA

The cross border metropolis, new complex of security



Panel no. 4

Securitization of Global Migration





Infantino, Federica:

Belgium, Université Libre de Bruxelles/Wolfson College, University of Oxford

Security, care or risk management? Private companies and immigration detention in the UK.

Scott, James and Laine, Jussi (co-authors)

Finland, University of Eastern Finland

Borders and the De-Centering of European Security

Faisal, MD Mostafa:

Turkey, Gazi University

The Rohingya Refugee crisis: a Security Concern for Bangladesh

Oyebamiji, Sunday

South Africa, University of KwaZulu Natal

Nigerian Migration to the United States of America:  A Contemporary Perspective

Uddin, Muhammad Ala:

Bangladesh, University of Chittagong

The Rohingya Exodus: A Methodical Massacre at Rohingya Villages in Myanmar





Panel no. 5

Global Health and Epidemic Risks





Moji, Kazuhiko:

Japan, Nagasaki University

Ecohealth relation between the environmental risk and health risk

Beyer, Anna Cornelia:

UK, University of Hull

Population growth as related to War and Suicide Epidemics

Came, Heather:

New Zealand, Auckland University of Technology

The role of health policy in systemic health inequities in Aotearoa New Zealand

Sheikh Yussuf, Mohamed

Australia, University of Queensland

Female Genital Mutilation

Erazo Acosta, Eduardo:

Colombia, University of Nariño

The power of the Sumak kawsay (buen vivir) ancestral philosophy in the indigenous movements of Colombia – Ecuador vs exclusion by mining mega- development, contributions to the rights of the nature from the global south





Panel no. 6

Nuclear and Fossile Energy Risks





Lorenz, Lissette:

USA, Cornell University

Disaster Tourism: Risk Perception, Attitudes, and Behaviors in the Fukushima Nuclear Exclusion Zone

Salam, Justine:

Canada, University of Waterloo

When Domestic Policies Shape Global Risk: Energy Security & Royalties in Canada’s Oil Sands

Tseng, Yea Jen:

Taiwan, Southern Taiwan University of Science and Technology

The Development of IAEA Nuclear Fuel Cycle Multilateralization and Its Implication to the NPT Regime

Takamura, Noboru

Japan, Nagasaki University

Recovery efforts from the nuclear disaster:  Models in Kawauchi village and Tomioka town

Izumi, Kaoru:

Japan, Kyushu University

Local Politics related to Nuclear Power Plants in Japan





Panel no. 7

Global Risks of Nuclear Weapons





Agnihotri, Divya:

India, Member, Indian Political Science Association

The Nuclear Trinity Conundrum: The curious case of India, China and Pakistan as nuclear neighbours

Puga Alvarez, Cristina Valeria:

Hungría (residence)/ Ecuador (nationality), Corvinus University of Budapest

The effectiveness of Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zones: exploring the Latin American case

Hirose, Satoshi:

Japan, Nagasaki University

Possible framework for sustainable peace in Northeast Asia

Kristiana, Tenny

Japan, Waseda University

China’s Carrot and Stick Game on Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) System Deployment







Panel no. 8

Global Environmental Risks and Local Knowledge





Scartozzi, Cesare Marco:

Japan, The University of Tokyo

Reframing the Conflict-Climate Change Nexus

Medatwal, Poorvi:

India, University of Rajasthan

Economic Growth and Environmental Sustainability EKC for major Indian states

Malakar, Tanushree:

India, Jawaharlal Nehru University

Technological Innovations and Environemental Risks: Challenges faced by developing countries

Tripathi, Snigdha


Global Environmental Challenges: from Human Security to Sustainable Security and Development

Nwaka, Geoffrey:

Nigeria, Abia State University, Uturu, Nigeria

Using indigenous knowledge to protect the environment and to respond to climate change in Africa





Panel no. 9

Risks of Aid and Development Nexus





Inada, Juichi:

Japan, Senshu University, Japan

Is democracy feasible in “Post-conflict Developmental States”? :  Comparative Analyses of Cambodia and Angola

Inomata, Tadanori:

Japan, Nagasaki University

In Quest of UN System’s Accountability for Global Governance on Sustainable Peace, Security and Development

Oberoi, Roopinder:

India, University of Delhi

Linking Sustainable Development Goals to Business: Road to Mitigating Global Risks

Newar, Sapna

India, St Xavier's College

Regional Disparities in Agricultural Productivity, Food Prices, Poverty and Sustainable Development Goals: Prospects and Challenges

Dr Mamta Mani Tripathi, Ram Priti Mani Tripathi:

India, D D U Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur

Sustainable Agriculture : Key Component of Sustainable Rural Community Development





Panel no. 10

Public Diplomacy, Propaganda and Information Risks





Pantserev, Konstantin:

Russia, Saint-Petersburg State University

Psychological Warfare as the Threat for Strategic Stability: Some Theoretical and Practical Implications

Ali, Mona:

United Arab Emirates, Future for Advanced Research and Studies- Abu Dhabi (Think Tank)

Think Tanks' world View and the change in Arab Gulf States' Regional Security Policy

Klavins, Didzis:

Latvia, University of Latvia

The Relationship of Innovation Diplomacy and Security in the Nordic and Baltic Countries

Litivinova, Tatiana

Россия, Moscow State Institute of International Relations

Cyber Jihad as the Global Threat (problems of counteraction)







Panel no. 11

Theoretical Perspectives on Ethnicity and Security Nexus





Yuchun, Kuo:

Taiwan, National Chung Cheng University

Protection via Emigration

Blain, Michael:

United States, Boise State University

Ethnicity, Terror, Security

Scott, James

USA, Texas Christian University

Democratization, Security Interests and Country Visibility:   The Conditional Effects of Democratic Change, Strategic Interests and Media Attention on US Democracy Aid, 1975-2010

Sharma, Bhanwri:

India, University of Rajasthan, Jaipur, Rajasthan

Rohingya crisis : an analysis through a theoretical perspective

Hossain, Kamrul:

Finland, University of Lapland

Human Security in the Arctic: A reference to indigenous communities



Panel no. 12

New Security Risks, Terrorism, and Ethno-Religious Conflict





Blain, Michael:

United States, Boise State University

Risk, Security, and the War on Terrorism

Zhang, Anna:

United States, Stanford University

State Capacity, Encirclement, and Ethnic Insurgency: Theory and Evidence from China

Sasaki, Hazuki:

Japan, Kumamoto University

Security Governance with Human Rights Non-Compliant Actors: Who Should be Responsible for Network Management?

Parepa, Laura-Anca

Japan, University of Tsukuba

Examining the role of irregular forces in post-Cold War conflicts

Aragon, Jaime:

Argentina, Universidad Nacional de Rosario (Argentina)

The illegal economy and the organised crime in the Caribbean Basin: Globalization in the crossroad?





Panel no. 13

Ethnic and Religious Violence





Espesor, Jovanie:

Philippines, University of Canterbury

Pious predicaments: Ecclesiastical perspective on risks and insecurities in post-BOL Bangsamoro

Mustapha-Koiki, Adepate:

New Zealand, University of Canterbury

Reporting the Boko Haram Crisis: Risks to Journalism

Muwahidah, Siti Sarah:

Indonesia, Emory University, Atlanta, GA

Conservatism, Identity Boundaries and National (In)security

Mwita, James

Kenya, Catholic University of Eastern Africa

The role of religion in mitigating ethnic land conflicts in Kenya, Africa

Karim, Mohd Aminul:

Bangladesh, Independent University, Bangladesh

Ethnicity Versus Geopolitics The Festering Rohingya Issue.





Panel no. 14

Religious Perspectives on Risk





Aporosa, Apo:

New Zealand, The University of Waikato

Kava and Pentecostal Iconoclasm in Contemporary Fiji: A threat to ethnicity expression?

Kinoshita, Hiroko:

Japan, Kyushu University

Sectarian Mobilization and its Transformation in Iraq: Through the Quantitative Text Analysis

Sukri, Sukri:

Indonesia, Hasanuddin University

Implication of Adat Existence in Regionalisation of Politics

Radwan, Yasmine

Egypt, Future University in Egypt

Identity Role in Peace Building in a New World Order: A Comparative Study between the Western and the Islamic Perspectives

Sraman, Shimo:

Bangladesh, Bangladesh Buddhist Federation

A Buddhist Perspective on Global Warming- Our Irresistible Fate?





Panel no. 15

Risks in Ethnic Relations





Hassan, Hamdy:

United Arab Emirates, Zayed University

Ethnicity , Governance and Insecurity in the Horn of Africa

Cruz Aguilar, Sergio Luiz:

Brasil, São Paulo State University (UNESP)

Ethnic conflicts and peacebuilding

Volosevych, Inna:

Ukraine, Ipsos

The relationships between ethnic identity and attitudes to military conflict in Ukraine

Munir, Zeeshan

India, Jawaharlal Nehru University

Using ‘Ethnic Russians’ Abroad: Assessing Russia’s Compatriot Policy

Rosca, Mariana:

Spain, University of Deusto

Islam and Muslims in Spain:  a current security concern

Came, Heather:

New Zealand, Auckland University of Technology

STIR (Stop Institutional Racism): Countering racism and ethnic disparities through health activism in Aotearoa New Zealand



Panel no. 16

Overcoming Gender Based Violence





Sebba, Kalyango Ronald:

Uganda, Makerere University

Negotiating the Gender Based Violence referral pathway: Challenges and opportunities in refugee hosting areas of Uganda.

Kusakabe, Naonori:

Japan, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies

Panel Chair

Dolan, Chris:

Uganda, Makerere University

Disembodied ‘Self-Reliance’: Adding Insult to Injury in Refugee Settings

Kawaguchi, Chigumi

Japan, JICA Research Institute

Help-seeking Pathway and Barrier of GBV Survivor in South Sudanese Refugee Settlements in Uganda

Fukui Kawakita, Miho:

Japan, Association for Aid and Relief Japan

The Norm Diffusion and Sexual Gender-based violence Survivor Support





Panel no. 17

Gender and Ethnic Conflict





Park, Soul:

Singapore, National University of Singapore

Sexual Violence as Social Control: Comparative Analysis of Post-Conflict Cambodia and East Timor

Soesilowati, Sartika:

Indonesia, Airlangga University

Gendering UN Peacekeeping: need, controversy and lesson learn Case study: Indonesia

Shin, Youngtae:

United States, University of Central Oklahoma

Conceptal views on Violence against women

Gill, Inderjeet

India, Institute of Social Sciences, New Delhi

Women Farm Labourers of Punjab:Life of Extreme Deprivation:SHGs offer Hope

Dr R P M Tripathi, Manta mani Tripathi:

India, D D U Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur

Gender equality & Sustainable Development





Panel no. 18

Democracy, Federalism, and Risks in Divided Societies





Minkenberg, Michael:

Germany, European University Viadrina

The Radical Right in Europe: a Response to Ethnocultural diversity?

Nwokeke, Peter:

New Zealand, University of Canterbury

Ethnic fragmentation in Africa: An aberration to democratic consolidation.

Nakai, Ryo:

Japan, The University of Kitakyushu

Ethnofederal Elections and National Identities: Cross-National Survey Research

Liaras, Evangelos

Spain, IE

Ethnic kingmakers

Mobasher, M. Bashir:

Afghanistan, American University of Afghanistan

Centrifugal Practices and Centripetal Tendencies: An Overview of Political Practices, Ideals & Institutions in Afghanistan





Panel no. 19

Local and Community Governance, Crime, and Police





Kiba, Saya:

Japan, Komatsu University

Japan’s past and future contribution to Mindanao peace process and how to deal with non-state armed groups

Sanchez, Phoebe Zoe Maria:

Philippines, University of the Philippines Cebu

Criminalization and Militarized Interdiction: Is there really hope in Duterte Regime's War on Drugs?

Hall, Rosalie:

Philippines, University of the Philippines Visayas

Under Pressure: Policing during the Marawi Security Crisis (2017)

Yasutomi, Atsushi

Japan, Miyazaki International College

Inclusive Community Policing? Reconsidering The Role of Non-State Armed Groups in Post-Conflict Peacebuilding

Oreta, Jennifer:

Philippines, Ateneo de Manila University

Community Security Management in Conflict Environments:  Focus on Mindanao





Panel no. 20

Risks of International Peacekeeping





Rudolph, Jr., Joseph:

United States of America, Towson University

Humanitarian Military Intervention: At Cross Purposes and at a Cross Roads

Aguilar, Sergio Luiz Cruz:

Brazil, São Paulo State University (UNESP)

Protection of civilians in peacekeeping operations: concepts, practices and outcomes

Funabashi, Sachiho:

Japan, Hitotsubashi University

Transformation of Japan's discourse on security and peacebuilding policy in the case of Afghanistan

Rudigi, Joseph

South Africa, University of KwaZulu-Natal (South Africa) and Sub-Saharan Africa University (DRC)

Participatory action research (PAR) as a space for ethnic conflict resolution in eastern part of the Democratic of Congo DRC

Babaji, Halilu:

Nigeria, The Federal Polytechnic, Bauchi

India-Wana Security Cooperation and Defence Strategy





Panel no. 21

Transitional Risks and Authoritarianism





Bhim, Mosmi:

Fiji, University of New England (UNE)

Waves of authoritarianism in island nations Fiji, Maldives and Seychelles undulating transition to democracy

Kharitonova, Oxana:

Russian Federation, Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO Universty)

Crisis evolution of Turkish presidentialism and the position of the Kurds

Yuan, Mengqi:


The degradation of populism in Latin America - Argentina as a case study

Paperni, Vladimir

Israel, University of Haifa

The Contemporary Official Russian Political Discourse: Legitimization of a Global Authoritarianism







Panel no. 22

Risks of Democratic Deconsolidation and Civil-Military Imbalances





Bailie, Lawrence:

South Africa, Stellenbosch University

Democratic consolidation in South Africa during the Zuma presidency: A Civil-Military Relations perspective

Thabet, Hala:

United Arab Emirates, Zayed University

Army and democratization in Egypt and Libya after 2011

Kashyap, Aprajita:

India, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India

Democratic deconsolidation and civil-military relations:  Brazilian Conundrum after 2018 Elections

Sajjad-ur-Rahman, Muhammad


Army Rule, Ethnicity and Nation Formation :The Case of Pakistan





Panel no. 23

China Risk





Chen, Hsin-Chih:

Taiwan, National Cheng Kung University

Balance of Power Denial in the Global Power Competition

Chelegeer, Chelegeer:

United Kingdom, University of Leeds

Elites in Between the Mongol and the Han in China

Tran, Minh:

New Zealand, University of Canterbury

Resisting a Magic Weapon: China's United Front Strategy and its Impacts on the Security of Vietnam

Tripathi, Shri Prakash Mani

India, Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh.

Globalization, Identity Politics and Uyghurs Issues

Nurgaliyeva, Lyalya

Japan, Nagasaki University.

China's Silk Road Economic Belt: risks and opportunities for Kazakhstan





Panel no. 24

Africa at Risk





El Sayed Ahmed, Samy:

Egypt, Faculty of African Graduate Studies, Cairo university

African Standby Force and Its Potential Role in Enhancing African Peace and Security

Mandjem, Yves Paul:

Cameroon, IRIC-University of Yaounde II

Security Coalitions Against Jihadist Terrorism in Africa: A Comparative Analysis of the Joint G5 Sahel Force and Multinational Joint Force Against Boko Haram

Abdelfattah, Nadia:

Arab republic of Egypt, lecturer at Cairo university

Africa's states ethnicity dilemma

Gershoni, Yekutiel

Israel, Tel Aviv University

One Nobel, Two Approaches: Liberian Women's Struggle to End the Civil War and Establish Democracy







Panel no. 25

Risks in South and Southeast Asia





Singh, Yashwardhan:

India, St. Xavier's College, Jaipur

Good Economics or Good Politics: Which way India should go?

Bajpai, Arunoday:

India, Agra College, Agra, Dr BRA University, Agra (UP) India- 282002

Democratization and Risk of Ethno-Nationalism: A Case of Myanmar

Newar, Sapna:

India, St. Xavier's College, Jaipur

An Analysis of National Food Security Act 2013: A Comparison with Developed World

Sharma, Preeti

India, Mody University

State's environmental issues in India and Center- State conflicts







Panel no. 26

The United States at Risk





Simonneau, Damien:

Belgique, UCLouvain / Université Saint Louis Bruxelles

“We need a fence!” Assessing border militarization through pro-fence mobilizations in Israel and in Arizona (United States of America)

Ahmed, Sajjad:

Japan, Yamanashi Gakuin University

U.S.-Taliban Peace Talks: Is peace on the horizon for Afghanistan?

Dion, Eric:

Canada, École Nationale d'Administration Publique

The Integrated or Comprehensive Approach: Constructing A Synergistic Model








Important dates
30 September 2018 - Early submission deadline
20 December 2018 - Abstract submission deadline
31 January 2019 - Acceptance notifications to successful candidates and start of registration
31 March 2019 - Early bird registration deadline
30 June 2019 - Late registration deadline
10 July 2019 - Full paper submission deadline
(preferred writing style: Chicago 17, in-text references, no footnotes, 8000-14000 words)

Flights and access
Most of the international flights to Nagasaki go through Tokyo (Narita or Haneda), Osaka, or Fukuoka. Only a few international airlines fly directly to the Nagasaki Airport. Flights to Tokyo, Osaka or Fukuoka from any part of the world are frequent, and there are many domestic flights from there to the Nagasaki Airport. Access by express train or highway bus is also possible, generally from/to Fukuoka. Further access directions are provided here: Nagasaki University Sakamoto Medical School Campus directions. You may get some sightseeing tips for Nagasaki here: https://visit-nagasaki.com/AboutNagasaki/

The conference will be held at the Ryojun Kaikan (Ryojun Hall) of the Sakamoto (Medical School) Campus of Nagasaki University. Nagasaki University has three campuses and Sakamoto (Medical School) Campus is NOT the main campus (where the organizing committee is located), nor is it at the same location with Nagasaki University Hospital.

Ryojun Hall, Sakamoto (Medical School) Campus, Nagasaki University

Ryojun Hall, Sakamoto ‎‎(Medical School)‎‎ Campus, Nagasaki University

Open in large view

There are a few conference-friendly hotels around the university, and many more hotels are located in the center of Nagasaki. The city is a popular tourist location, and hotels tend to be fairly occupied during the period of the atomic bomb and peace memorial ceremonies held shortly before the time of the conference. We advise you to secure hotel booking well in advance of the conference, best soon after the notice of acceptance in late January. Booking.com and other meta-search engines may aid you in finding your accommodation. The following link is for reference only (accommodation tips). The organizing committee can help you in making reservation for your accommodation. If you need help in obtaining reservation, please e-mail the organizer. We also encourage you to come one day earlier to witness the atomic bomb and peace memorial ceremonies, or to extend your stay and enjoy the many historical tourist attractions for which Nagasaki is renown.

Registration and expenses
Authors of accepted papers have been contacted by e-mail on 31 January 2019. This is the starting date for registration and payment. Early bird registration deadline is 31 March 2019, and late registrations will be accepted until 30 June 2019. All payments will be through Paypal and following rates apply.

Early bird registration (31 January - 31 March, 2019): faculty and non-student presenters - 120 USD, graduate students - 50 USD, non-presenting audience 170 USD.
Late registration (1 April - 30 June, 2019): faculty and non-student presenters - 150 USD, graduate students - 70 USD, non-presenting audience 170 USD.
Dinner fee (optional): 50 USD.
Students and participants from global south countries (link to IPSA on Global South countries) may apply for a limited bursary at the time of submission or through the early bird registration form. The decision on recipients and amount will be made by 30 June 2019.
Public access 非会員の参加について
While the purpose of this conference is to provide an opportunity for scholarly exchange, a small number of non-presenting audience will be allowed for the participation fee of 170 USD. All visitors have to fill the registration form and pay the participation fee by 31 July 2019 via the following link.
Link to non-member registration (and payment) pages 非会員(一般)参加者の申し込みページへのリンク
Organizing committee
Radomir Compel, Nagasaki University, Japan
Steven Ratuva, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
Rosalie Hall, University of Philippines Visayas, Philippines
Katsuhiko Takizawa, Nagasaki University, Japan
Ryo Nakai, University of Kitakyushu, Japan (for RC14 Politics and Ethnicity)
Luca Ozzano, University of Turin (for RC43 Religion and Politics)
Albert Sommit, Southern Illinois University (ret., for RC12 Biology and Politics)
Dhirenda Vajpeyi, University of Northern Iowa (for RC35 Technology and Development) 
The PDF version of the call for papers can be downloaded here.

R C,
Oct 18, 2018, 7:31 PM