22 results.
article
Year of publication: 2021

Dei_Sečen in the Secret History of the Mongols : On a Hypothesis that Dei_Sečen was involved in Yisügei Ba'atur’s death

Author′s name: FUJII Mako

KEY WORDS: the Secret History of the Mongols Dei_Sečen Yisügei_Ba'atur

Name of the journal:

Bulletin of Aichi Shukutoku University, Graduate School of Global Culture and Communication

Volume and pages:13:11-27.
Academic Field:Literature
Language:Japanese

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article
Year of publication: 2020

Qa'atai_Darmala of the Qa'ad-Merkid group in the Secret History of the Mongols :Based on a hypothesis that Qa'atai_Darmala was the Child of Mother Hö'elün and Chiledü of the Merkids

Author′s name: FUJII Mako

KEY WORDS: the Secret History of the Mongols Mother Hö'elün the Qa'ad-Merkid

Name of the journal:Bulletin of Aichi Shukutoku University, GraduateSchool of Global Culture Communication
Volume and pages:12:29-54
Academic Field:Literature
Language:Japanese

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article in the book
Year of publication: 2019

Shigi_Qutuqu in the Secret History of the Mongols:On the Possiblity that the Author Empathized with Shigi_Qutuqu after the Death of Jamuqa

Author′s name: FUJII Mako

KEY WORDS: the Secret History of the Mongols Sigi_Qutuqu

Title of the book:Mongolian Heroic Epics alive in the Eurasian Steppes
Publishers:Sangensha
ISBN:978-4-88303-493-2
Pages (pp. x-xx) :pp.109-137
Academic Field:Literature
Language:Japanese

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article
Year of publication: 2019

The Woman named ‘Old Qo’aqcin’ in the Secret History of the Mongols: An Uriyanqai Family’s Role Played in TemUjin’s escape to Mount Burqan Qaldun

Author′s name: FUJII Mako

KEY WORDS: the Secret History of the Mongols the Uriyanqai Burqan_Qaldun Old_Qo’aqcin’

Name of the journal:

Bulletin of Aichi Shukutoku University,Graduate School of Global Culture Communication

Volume and pages:11:43-64.
Academic Field:Literature
Language:Japanese

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article in the book
Year of publication: 2019

A Japanese Student who Met Scholar and Writer Ts.Damdinsuren in Tokyo in 1957

Author′s name: OKADA Kazuyuki

KEY WORDS: Ts.Damdinsuren "Travel Notes to Japan"(1958) Sh.Kuroda

Title of the book:Tsendiin Damdinsuren, the Mongolian State Prize Triple Laureate, National Honorary Writer and Academician
Publishers:"Gcom Press" Co., Ltd.
ISBN:9789997876874
Pages (pp. x-xx) :69-81
Academic Field:Literature
Language:Mongolian

Abstract: The famous Mongolian scholar and writer Ts.Damdinsuren (1908-1986) participated in the 3rd World Conference against Atomic and Hydrogen Bombs held in Tokyo in August 1957. During his stay in Tokyo, he met a student named Shin’ichiro Kuroda (1939-1991) who was a freshman in the Department of Mongolian language at Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, and after returning home, received Sh.Kuroda’s Mongolian letter. This event was recorded in detail in his book “Notes on Japan (Travel Notes to Japan)” (1958). In the summer of 1976, Sh.Kuroda then met again Ts.Damdinsuren by chance for the second time in 19 years at a bookstore in Ulaanbaatar, the capital of Mongolian People’s Republic, and renewed old relationship. This event was recorded in Sh.Kuroda’s travel essay “Rushing Trip in Mongolia” (1977).
This paper, which discussed the unknown personal exchange between Ts.Damdinsuren and Sh.Kuroda, was presented at the International Conference Dedicated to the 110th Birth Anniversary of Ts.Damdinsuren held in Ulaanbaatar in September 2018.

book
Year of publication: 2019

Altan Kharaatsai (Precursor)

Author′s name: OKADA Kazuyuki

KEY WORDS: Collection of Modern Mongolian Literature Studies

Publishers:Inner Mongolia People's Publishing House
ISBN:9787204157280
Academic Field:Literature
Language:Mongolian

Abstract: This is a transliteration into written Mongolian of the author’s book “Altan Kharaatsai [Precursor] (Collection of Modern Mongolian Literature Studies)” published in 2014 by the publisher “Admon Print” in Ulaanbaatar. This book was published in 2019 by the Inner Mongolia People’s Publishing House in Hohhot as the 36th volume of the “Translation Series of the Books of Mongolian Studies in Foreign Countries”. However, the Chinese title of this book is mistranslated as “Peaceful Singer”.

article
Year of publication: 2018

Uncoveringthe Life of Mother Hö’elün in the Secret History of the Mongols :AHypothesis of Repeated Remarriage and its Collapse,263

Author′s name: FUJII Mako

KEY WORDS: the Secret History of the Mongols Mother Hö’elün

Name of the journal:

Bulletin of Aichi Shukutoku University,Graduate School of Global Culture Communication

Volume and pages:8:1-22.
Academic Field:Literature
Language:Japanese

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article
Year of publication: 2018

Some Characteristics of Mongolian Three-Line Poems and Japanese Haiku

Author′s name: OKADA Kazuyuki and Gonbosurengiin Galbayar

KEY WORDS: "The Three in the World (Ертөнцийн гурав)" Japanese Haiku

Name of the journal:Mongolian and Northeast Asian Studies
ISSN:2189-7472  Volume and pages:3 107-130
Academic Field:Literature
Language:Japanese, Mongolian

Abstract: We compared Mongolia’s representative three-line poem, “The Three in the World (Ертөнцийн гурав)” and Japanese Haiku, in terms of their structure and system, and the culture and thought of the two nations who created them. Through these comparative examinations, we clarified the similarities and differences between “The Three in the World” and Haiku.

article in the book
Year of publication: 2017

On "The Group of (Mongolian) Revolutionary Writers"

Author′s name: OKADA Kazuyuki

KEY WORDS: The Group of (Mongolian) Revolutionary Writers The first 17 members

Title of the book:Mongolian Studies and Sustainable Development III (Papers of Section III: "Studies on Mongolian Culture and Literature", The 11th International Congress of Mongolists)
Publishers:International Association for Mongol Studies
ISBN:9789997893116
Pages (pp. x-xx) :92-98
Academic Field:Literature
Language:Mongolian

Abstract: As far as possible, the author clarified the circumstances of the formation of “The Group of (Mongolian) Revolutionary Writers”, the first central organization of writers in Mongolia, which was founded in January 1929, and the personal history of the first 17 members.
This Mongolian paper is a Mongolian translation and restructured version of the following Japanese paper of the author.
“On the Group of Mongolian Revolutionary Writers” (“Area and Culture Studies”, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, No.36, 1986).

article
Year of publication: 2017

A Textual Study of the Short Story "White Month and Black Tears" by D.Natsagdorj

Author′s name: OKADA Kazuyuki

KEY WORDS: D.Natsagdorj "White Month and Black Tears" Manuscripts Textual Study Arrest of D.Natsagdorj

Name of the journal:Mongolia: Area and Culture Studies
ISSN:2227-8451  Volume and pages:4 (466) 177-186
Academic Field:Literature
Language:Mongolian

Abstract: Analyzing the differences between the manuscript of the short story “White Month and Black Tears (Tsagaan sar ba khar nulims)” (1932) by D.Natsagdorj and the published text, the author tried to restore the first draft of this short story and to reveal its true meaning.
This Mongolian paper is a Mongolian translation and restructured version of the following Japanese paper of the author.
“A Rereading of the Short Story “White Month and Black Tears (Tsagaan Sar ba Khar Nulims)” by D.Natsagdorj” (“Bulletin of the Japanese Association for Mongolian Studies”, No.16, 1985).

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