Miyawaki-Okada, Junko


  • 28th Meeting, 1985: “Historical Significance of the Biography of Jaya Paṇḍita
  • 30th Meeting, 1987: “On the Oyirad Khanship”
  • 31st Meeting, 1988: (together with H. P. Vietze) On the status of work concerning computer programs capable of processing Mongolian script.
  • 32nd Meeting, 1989: “Qi Yunshi, Chinese Altaist of the Eighteenth Century”
  • 33rd Meeting, 1990: “Background of the Volga-Kalmyk Khanship. The Case of Ayouki Khan of the Torguts “
  • 34th Meeting, 1991: “The birth of the khong tayiji viceroyalty in the Mongol-Oirad world
  • 35th Meeting, 1992: “The Nomadic Kingship Based on Marital Alliances: The Case of the 17th-18th Century Oyirad”
  • 38th Meeting, 1995: “Oyirad Family Trees Discovered in Kazan”
  • 39th Meeting, 1996: “The Khoyid Chief Amursana in the Fall of the Dzungars: The Importance of the Oyirad Family Trees Discovered in Kazan”
  • 40th Meeting, 1997: “Women’s Property in the History of Nomadic Societies”
  • 41st Meeting, 1998: “Was Galdan Boshoqtu Khan’s mother a Khoshut or a Torgut?”
  • 44th Meeting, 2001: “The Role of Women in the Imperial Succession of the Nomadic Empire”
  • 46th Meeting, 2003: “The Location of a Mobile Monastery and the Chiefs’ Camps in the 17th-Century Central Asia: In the Biography of Zaya Pandida”
  • 49th Meeting, 2006: “My Work, The Manchu Empire in World History”
  • 50th Meeting, 2007: “The Oyirad Family Trees Discovered in Kazan, Tatarstan: With a Special Reference to Amursanaa, the Khoyid Chief”
  • 62nd Meeting, 2019: “Tibetan Buddhism and the governments of Mongolian nomads
  • 63rd Meeting, 2021: “ Were there nomad soldiers in the Mongolian army when they invaded Japan twice?