You can few the abstracts for the 2014 USC-Meiji University Exchange here.
Process of the Appearance of the Standardized Tumuli (kofun) in Third Century Northern Kanto, Eastern Japan by DOI Shohei, Ph.D. Candidate in History (Archaeology)
Local Elites in Eastern Japan and Kingship in Ancient Japan by SUNAGA Shinobu, Ph.D. Candidate in History (Ancient Japanese History)
Change in Elite Symbolism from Keyhole Tombs to Buddhist Temples in Seventh Century Japan by Ken’ichi SASAKI, Professor of Archaeology, Meiji U.
Control over and Trade with the Emishi People of Northeastern Frontier under the Ritsuryo Code of Ancient Japan by IGARASHI Motoyoshi, Ph.D. Candidate in History (Ancient Japanese History)
Production and Consumption of Salt and Taxation under the Ritsuryo Code of Ancient Japan by YANAGISAWA Nana, JSPS Post-Doctoral Fellow
野尻泰弘 NOJIRI Yasuhiro