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					Patricia Steinhoff

GRANTS RECEIVED
                                                  Extra-mural:
Co-Principal Investigator, Hawaii Pregnancy, Birth Control and Abortion Study (Hawaii State Legislature, 1970;
          The Population Council, 1971; National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, 1971-1975;
          Department of Health, State of Hawaii, 1973-74.)

Co-investigator, Subsequent Effects of Abortion Study (National Institute of Child Health and Human Development
          contract, 1975-81).

Co-organizer, Workshops on Conflict in Japan and co-editor, conference volume (Social Science Research Council,
          1976-82).

Director (P.I.), National Resource Center for East Asia, and National Resource Fellowships (U.S. Department of
           Education, 1984-85).

Director (P.I.), National Resource Fellowships for East Asia, (U.S. Department of Education, 1985-88).

Director, National Resource Center for East Asia and National Resource Fellowships (U.S. Department of
          Education, 1988-94).

Principal Investigator, Critical Foreign Languages Program (a series of four grants to develop proficiency-based
           instructional materials for use in elementary, secondary and college level courses in Chinese and
           Japanese, plus teachers' workshops and other proficiency training workshops funded by the U.S.
           Department of Education, 1985-89).

Director, North East Asia Council Grant Programs (a re-grant program funded by a grant from Japan U.S.
          Friendship Commission to the North East Asia Council, Association for Asian Studies, 1984-87).

Director (P.I.), Japan Directory Project, 1987-89 (Contract from the Japan Foundation to the Association for Asian
           Studies to produce a Directory of Japan Specialists and Japanese Studies Institutions in the United States
           and Canada, and a Follow-Up Study of Japan Foundation Fellowship grantees, 1972-1986.)

Director (P.I.), Japan Directory Project, 1993-96 (Contract from the Japan Foundation to the Association for Asian
           Studies to produce an updated Directory of Japan Specialists and Japanese Studies Institutions in the
           United States and Canada, and a questionnaire survey of the state of Japanese Studies in the United States
           and Canada)

Principal Investigator, Takazawa Collection: Processing, Access, and Research Tools (National Endowment for the
           Humanities, 1999-2002) to catalog collection into bilingual annotated database and develop bilingual
           website of the bibliographies.

Director (P.I.), Japan Directory Project, 2003-2007 (Contract from the Japan Foundation to the University of
          Hawaii) to collect data from Japan specialists, Japanese Studies institutions, and Japanese Studies
          librarians in the United States and Canada using web-based instruments, in order to produce and publish
          an updated Directory of Japan Specialists and Japanese Studies Institutions in the United States and
          Canada and a survey of the state of Japanese Studies in the United States and Canada as a separate
          monograph.

Principal Investigator, Maintenance of Cross Currents Website, 2007-2010 (Japan-United States Friendship
          Commission) to maintain and continue limited development of the bilingual educational multimedia
          website Cross Currents.
Small Grants and Intramural Support:

To develop data for analysis of politeness levels in Japanese speech, (University of Hawaii Research Council, 1969-
          70).

To travel to Japan and the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. to code data on recanting by Japanese
          Communists (Japan Endowment Fund, University of Hawaii, 1979-80).

To continue research on Japanese Red Army (Japan Studies Endowment research grant, University of Hawaii, 1985-
          86.)

Planning grant for conference on the Showa Emperor and the Showa Era, (SSRC-ACLS Joint Committee on
          Japanese Studies, 1989) returned.

North East Asia Council, Association for Asian Studies, travel grant to Japan, 1989.

To analyze data from Subsequent Effects of Abortion study (University of Hawaii Research Council, 1989)
         returned.

To conduct summer research on Japanese Red Army and on Japanese criminal justice system (Japan Studies
         Endowment summer grant, 1990)

To catalog Japanese books on New Left social movements in the University of Hawaii Takazawa Collection (Japan
          Studies Endowment research grant, 1994-95)

To conduct additional research on Japanese Red Army and prepare annotations of books in the Takazawa Collection
         with Kōji Takazawa (Japan Studies Endowment summer grant, 1995)

To catalog Japanese serials from New Left social movements in the University of Hawaii Takazawa Collection
          (Japan Studies Endowment research grant, 1996-1997).

To develop and test data collection procedures for event history analysis of Japan’s protest cycle of late 1960s to
         early 1970s using mass media and mini-media sources in Japanese (Program on Conflict Resolution,
         University of Hawaii, 1998; 1999)

To conduct event sequence analysis of protest events in the Japanese protest wave of the late 1960s and early 1970s,
         comparing mass media and mini-media accounts of key protest events (Japan Studies Endowment
         research grant, 2001-2002)

To prepare Takazawa Collection annotated bibliographies for print publication (Japan Studies Endowment research
          grant, 2002-2003).

To begin implementation of the Crosscurrents bilingual multimedia educational website project (CULCON/Japan
          US-Friendship Commission, 2002-2003).

To continue implementation of the Crosscurrents bilingual multimedia educational website. (CULCON/Japan-US
          Friendship Commission, 2003-2004).

To examine creativity in technology usage based on use of Crosscurrents website by teachers and students in Japan
         and the U.S., (Technology, Innovation and Society grant, 2004-2006).

To complete group translation of Takazawa Kōji, Shukumei: ‘Yodogō’ Bōmeishatachi no Himitsu Kosaku, and
         prepare manuscript for publication. (UH Japan Studies Endowment grant, 2005-2006).
To begin processing and cataloguing new materials donated to the Takazawa Collection (UH Japan Studies
         Endowment grant, 2007-2008).

To pay shipping costs for new additions to Takazawa Collection and travel expenses of donors to assess materials in
          Honolulu (UH Japan Studies Endowment special project grant, 2007-2009).

				
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