TSUDA Miwa

TSUDA Miwa

African Studies Group, Area Studies Center・Deputy Director,Senior Research Fellow

Research Field:
Political Science, Politics of Kenya

Education / Research Experience

Education:
Keio University Graduate Division, LL.M (Political Science), 1987-1989
Professional Career:
Institute of Developing Economies (IDE), 1989 upto date
Other Information:
Research Associate at Institute for Development Studies (IDS), University of Nairobi, Kenya, 1994-1996

Major Works

  • "Kenya's Multi-Party Politics in the Framework of Anti-Defection Laws Set in the 1960s", ( Ajia Keizai , Vol.46 No.11.12, IDE, 2005) [in Japanese]
  • "Betrayed Hope: 'Mount Kenya Mafia' Emerged in Kenya after 2002" ( Africa Report No.38, IDE, 2004)[in Japanese]
  • "Creating 'Outsiders': Multi-party Elections and Qutochthony in Coast Province, Kenya" (Takeuti, S. ed., State,Viorence, and Politics: Conflicts in Asia and Africa , IDE Research Series No.534, IDE, 2003)[in Japanese]
  • "From Moi to Kibaki: The General Elections in Kenya in 2002" ( Africa Report No.36, IDE, 2003)[in Japanese]
  • "Voting Behavior in the 1992 and 1997 Multi-Party Elections in Rural Kenya: The Case of Kabete Constituency in Kiambu", (Takane, T. ed., Rural Transformation in Contemporary Africa , IDE Research Series No.513, IDE, 2001) [in Japanese]
  • "Re-Examination of 'Ethnic Clashes' and the State in Kenya", (Takeuchi, S. ed., Conflict in Africa: History and Subject , IDE Research Series No. 500, 2000) [in Japanese]
  • Ethnicity and the 1992 Multi-Party Elections: the Case of Kikuyu Constituency, Kiambu District , IDS Miscellaneous Paper 122, the Institute for Development Studies, University of Nairobi, 1996.

Other Information

Membership of Academic Societies

Japan Association for African Studies