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CV Prof. Tsuneyuki Suzuki


CURRICULUM VITAE

Personal Details

Place of Birth Baraki, Japan
Nationality Japanese

Education

Master's Degree Course, Tokyo Graduate School, Japan

Period 1970-1973
Degree Master of Arts
Subject Oriental History

Tokyo University, Japan

Period 1964-1970
Degree Mater of Arts
Subject Oriental History

Work Experience

1990-present Professor, Tokyo Woman's Christian University, Tokyo, Japan
1982-1990 Assistant Professor, Tokyo Woman's Christian University, Tokyo, Japan
1979-1982 Lecturer, Tokyo Woman's Christian University, Tokyo, Japan

Selected Publications

(in Japanese)

"Pepper trade in the Palembang Sultanate in the late seventeenth century." Shien 60-1: 41-60. 1999.

"Port polities in Southeast Asia." In The history of the world, vol. 13: Formation of the traditional societies in South and Southeast Asia, the sixteen to eighteenth centuries, edited by Koichi Kabayama et al. Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten. 1998.

"The ruling system in the inland regions of the Palembang sultanate." Tokyo Joshi Daigaku Shiron 49: 1-21. 1996.

"The rice export from the early Palembang sultanate." Tokyo Joshi Daigaku Shiron 43: 17-30. 1990.

"The Dutch monopoly system of the trade in seventeenth-century Sumatra." In The Netherlands and Indonesia, edited by Nederland-Japan Institute. Tokyo: Yamakawa Shuppansya. 1986.

"The foreign policy of the Palembang sultanate in the seventeenth century." Tokyo Joshi Daigaku Shiron 36: 1-29. 1984.

A history of Modern Southeast Asia, vol. 1: Indonesia. Tokyo: Yamakawa shuppansya. 1977. (Collaboration).

"The development of pepper cultivation and the formation of the new Nanggru in Acheh�s West coast." Tonan Ajia, rekishi to bunka 6: 62-93. 1976.

"The transformation of the Lampong society in south Sumatra under the rule of Banten." Tonan Ajia, Rekishi to bunka 5: 95-121. 1975.

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