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Workshop for young scholars for Anthropology “Domestication and the North”


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Date and Time

February 20, 2019 15:00 – 17:30

Venue  [Feb. 5, 2019 Updated]

IEHE Lounge, 1F Room101, Center for Northeast Asian Studies, Kawauchi North Campus, Tohoku University [Access] The building is shown as “A07” in the map

Speakers  [Jan. 24, 2019 Updated]

Sakurako Koresawa (Tohoku University)
Hiroya Noguchi (Hokkaido Museum of Northern Peoples)
Shuangyue Bao (Tohoku University)
Yoshinori Tojo (National Museum of Ethnology)
Asami Tsukuda (Kyoto University)
Ryu Yoshimura (Tokyo Metropolitan University)

Presentation Titles  [Feb. 5, 2019 Updated]

20 minutes for each speaker (including 7 minutes Q&A)
Sakurako Koresawa (Tohoku University)
Indigenous Rights Movements in the Russian Federation and their Decision-Making Channels
Hiroya Noguchi (Hokkaido Museum of Northern Peoples)
Rethinking Domestication: Captive Elephant Management in Southern India
Bao Shuangyue (Tohoku University)
The Changes in the Composition and Utilization of Livestock Caused by the Introduction of Sedentary Farming: A case from Eastern Inner Mongolia, China
Yoshinori Tojo (National Museum of Ethnology)
Care, Rescue and Rehabilitation of Sika Deer in Nara Park, Japan
Asami Tsukuda (Kyoto University)
Relations between Alpaca, Llama, Vicuña and Herders in the Central Andean Highlands of Peru
Ryu Yoshimura (Tokyo Metropolitan University)
Fruit Tree Practices: A Case Study of Fruticulture by Nikkei Farmers in Southeast Brazil

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