• Jiro Tanaka
    ≪Anthropology, Area study, Kalahari desert, Hunter-Gatherer, Bushmen, Modernization, Indigenous people≫
  • Naoki Koyama
    ≪African Area Studies, Madagascar, Ring-tailed lemurs, Nature conservation≫
  • Makoto Kakeya
    ≪Ecological anthropology, Ecology and society of shifting cultivators, Rural development, Leveling mechanism, African ways for development, Internal frontier, agricultural intensification, Tanzania, Zambia≫
  • Mitsuo Ichikawa
    ≪Anthropology, African Area Studies/Coexistence of human with nature in tropical Africa/Wildlife, Forest conservation, Resource Use, Indigenous knowledge≫
  • Shuhei Shimada
    ≪Nigeria Research, Political ecology, Vulnerability, Conflict regions in Africa≫
  • Shigeru Araki
    ≪Tropical pedology, Tropical agricultural ecology/Studies for red soil in Africa, Practical area studies, Swidden cultivation, Cassava, Virtual earth≫
  • Shigeki Kaji
    ≪Linguistics・African area studies / African studies based on linguistic description / Language and culture≫
  • Itaru Ohta
    ≪African area studies, Anthropology, African pastoral societies, conflict resolution, peace building, local practice, indigenous/local/traditional knowledge and institutions, development, social change, risk management, coexistence≫
  • Jun Ikeno
    ≪Area Study, Tanzanian Study, Rural Socio-economic Transformation, Livelihood Strategy, East African Economy≫
  • Daiji Kimura
    ≪Anthropology, Communication theory / African tropical rain forest, Agriculturist, Hunter-Gatherer≫