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Date/TimeEvent TitleDetailsVenue
Thu 26 May 2022
19:00–21:00
– Thu 2 Jun 2022 
19:00–21:00
Islamic Trust Studies Workshop “DH Hands-on Seminar for network visualization tools: Palladio & Gephi”

    Outline:

  • Islamic Trust Studies Workshop “DH Hands-on Seminar for network visualization tools: Palladio & Gephi” will be organized by C01 “Analyses of Connectivities by Digital Humanities Methods.” This seminar is only open to the members of the “Islam Trust Studies” research groups.
  • Details:

  • This seminar will introduce how to use network visualization tools. It aims to enable participants to analyze trust built in human relationships by training participants to learn methods of viewing human relationships as networks and visualizing them.
    On the first day of the seminar, we will briefly explain what is the network analysis. Next, we will get participants to create necessary data in order to visualize network by Palladio(https://hdlab.stanford.edu/palladio/),a software which is easily handled on web browser.
    On the second day, we will have the participants learn how to handle Gephi, which enables higher-order network analysis. All participants will discuss what type of analysis will be possible based on network graphs they made.
  • Date:

  • Day 1 Thursday, May 26, 2022 19:00–21:00
  • Day 2 Thursday, June 2, 2022 19:00–21:00
  • Lecturer: Yuri ISHIDA (Okayama University, C01 Co-investigator)
  • Language: Japanese
Jointly sponsored by
Grant-in-Aid for Transformative Research Areas (A) “Connectivity Analyses by Digital Humanities Method” (Principal Investigator: Wakako KUMAKURA (ILCAA), 20H05830)Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C)
Online meeting
Sat 28 May 2022
14:00–18:00
ILCAA Joint Research Project “Emotional Moments of Social Changes/Movements in South Asia” The 9th meeting
[open]
  • 1. Keiko YAMADA (ILCAA Joint Researcher, Ibaraki University) “Some Aspects on Telugu Language”
  • 2. Toshie AWAYA (ILCAA Joint Researcher, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies) “Comments on the Presentation of Prof. YAMADA”
  • 3. All Members “The Interim Self-Assessment and the Arrangement for Further Work” (Project Members Only)
  • Language: Japanese
Jointly sponsored by
ILCAA, Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B) “Rethinking the South Asian Studies through the Perspective of ‘Emotions’” (Project Number: 22H03834, Principal Investigator Toshie AWAYA), The Center for South Asian Studies, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies
Hongo Satellite 5F, Online meeting
Sat 28 May 2022
14:00–17:00
Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (S) “The Origin and Evolution of Sociality: Developing new theories of human evolution based on collaboration between anthropology and primatology” : The 13th meeting
  • 1. Kazuhide HASHIYA (Kyushu University) “Considering the concept of “Mind” as a compression system of social information”
  • Language: Japanese
Organized by
Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (S) “The Origin and Evolution of Sociality: Developing new theories of human evolution based on collaboration between anthropology and primatology” Kaori KAWAI (Project Number: 19H05591)
304, Online meeting
Sun 29 May 2022
10:00–12:00
ILCAA Joint Research Project “Archival study on fiscal administration of holy shrines in Muslim societies: A case of the Safavid shrine in Iran (2)” The 3rd meeting
  • 1. Ryoko WATABE (ILCAA Joint Researcher, the University of Tokyo): “Reading and analysis of socio-historical information from Sarih al-Milk (the real estate inventories) of Shaykh Safi’s shrine (1): Ardabil district, Adharbayjan (1)”
  • 2. All members: General discussion
  • Language: Japanese
Organized by
The Joint Research Project “Archival Study on Fiscal Administration of Holy Shrines in Muslim societies: The case of the Safavid shrine in Iran (2)”
Online meeting
Sun 29 May 2022
13:00–16:00
ILCAA Joint Research Project “Morphology and syntax of Narrative” The 1st meeting
  • 1. Self-introduction of participants
  • 2. Taku KUMAKIRI (University of Tokyo) “Narrative Structure and Word Order of Verbal Sentences in Tunis Arabic”
  • 3. Discussion on the scope of this project
  • Language: Japanese
Organized by
Core Project “Description and Documentation of Language Dynamics in Asia and Africa: Toward a More In-depth Understanding of the Languages and Cultures of People Living in Asia and Africa” (DDDLing)
Online meeting
Fri 3 Jun 2022
14:00–18:00
ILCAA Joint Research Project “The new boundary-crossing approach on Ancient Chinese Slip and Tablet Documents (4): Putting Daily Business of the Qin State Regional Administration under the Microscope” The 47th meeting
  • 14:00–15:50 Ryouhei ISHIHARA (ILCAA Joint Researcher): “Deliberations on the Transcribitons of Wooden Tablets from the Liye-site10 (first part)”
  • 15:50–16:10 Break
  • 16:10–18:00 Ryouhei ISHIHARA (ILCAA Joint Researcher): “Deliberations on the Transcribitons of Wooden Tablets from the Liye-site10 (second part)”
  • Language: Japanese
Organized by
ILCAA
301, Online meeting
Sat 11 Jun 2022
9:30–12:30
Junior Researchers' Meeting “The origin and evolution of sociality”: The 7th Meeting “Cooperation, Communality”

    Part I: eviews

  • 9:30–10:00 Mari NISHIKAWA (Rukyu University) “Social system, Social organization, Fission-fusion dynamics”
  • 10:00–10:30 Yuki SUZUKI (Kokushikan University) “Mobility, Nomadism”
  • 10:30–10:50 General discussion
  • Part II: Research presentation

  • 11:00–11:30 Mari NISHIKAWA (Rukyu University) “Fission-fusion dynamics of group members in Japanese macaques”
  • 11:30–12:00 Yuki SUZUKI (Kokushikan University) “Sea People’s Nomadism: The case of Moken in Thailand”
  • 12:00–12:30 General discussion
  • Language: Japanese
Organized by
Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (S) “The Origin and Evolution of Sociality: Developing new theories of human evolution based on collaboration between anthropology and primatology” (Principal Investigator: Kaori KAWAI (ILCAA) Project number: 19H05591)
Online meeting
Sun 12 Jun 2022
14:00–17:00
ILCAA Joint Research Project “Anthropology of Embodiment (Anthropological Study of Things (4))” The 1st meeting
  • 14:00–15:00 Ikuya TOKORO (ILCAA) Introduction
  • 15:00–17:00 Discussion for research plan by all members
  • Language: Japanese
Organized by
ILCAA Joint Research Project “Anthropology of Embodiment (Anthropological Study of Things (4))”
Online meeting
Fri 17 Jun 2022
14:00–18:00
– Sat 18 Jun 2022 
10:00–17:00
ILCAA Joint Research Project “The new boundary-crossing approach on Ancient Chinese Slip and Tablet Documents (4): Putting Daily Business of the Qin State Regional Administration under the Microscope” The 48th meeting

    17 Jun

  • 14:00–15:50 Sachiko IIDA (ILCAA Joint Researcher, The Paleological Association of Japan): “On the Stylistic Taxonomy of Eastern Han Wooden Tablets from the Wuyi-Square-Site (first part)”
  • 15:50–16:10 Break
  • 16:10–18:00 Sachiko IIDA (ILCAA Joint Researcher, The Paleological Association of Japan): “On the Stylistic Taxonomy of Eastern Han Wooden Tablets from the Wuyi-Square-Site (second part)”
  • 18 Jun

  • 10:00–11:50 Briefing on Funding Applicatioins
  • 11:50–13:15 Break
  • 13:15–15:00 Yuko WASHIO (ILCAA Joint Researcher, Ritsumeikan-University): “Reading: Wooden Tablets from the 9th Layer of the Liyeqinjian65 (first part)”
  • 15:00–15:15 Break
  • 15:15–17:00 Yuko WASHIO (ILCAA Joint Researcher, Ritsumeikan-University): “Reading: Wooden Tablets from the 9th Layer of the Liyeqinjian65 (second part)”
  • Language: Japanese
Organized by
ILCAA
301, Online meeting
Sun 19 jun 2022
13:30–19:00
ILCAA Joint Research Project “Reconsideration on Death: Anthropological Explorations on the Actuality of life” The 5th meeting
  • 13:30–16:00 Mari KAGAYA “The logic of one’s grave-A case study in Ikema island”
  • 16:15–19:00 Brainstorming for “Anthropological Encyclopedia of Death (tentative)”
  • Language: Japanese
Organized by
ILCAA Joint Research Project’ “Reconsideration on Death: Anthropological Explorations on the Actuality of life”
306
Sat 25 jun
10:00–16:00
Overseas Scientific Research Forum 2022
[open]

    Program:

  • 10:00–12:15 Workshop
  •  10:00–11:35 “The potential of Field Science and Joint Research”
  • 1. Masakazu TANAKA (Professional Institute of International Fashion)
  • “Proposing an Edge-Work as an Alternative Fieldwork open to Joint Research”
  • 2. Masatoshi MATSUNAMI (University of the Ryukyus)
  • “The demographic history of Ryukyu islanders inferred by genome information – discussion from the viewpoint of an innovative area named as ‘Yaponesian genome’”
  • 3. Hiroki ISHIKAWA (ILCAA)
  • “The prospects of academic joint research found in historical research on cultivated plants in Ethiopia”
  •  11:35–12:05 Discussion with panelists in breakout rooms
  •  12:05–12:15 Round Table
  • 12:15–13:00 Break
  • 13:00–14:00 General Meeting
  • 14:05–16:00 Festa: Poster Session on Overseas Scientific Research
  • Language: Japanese
  • Pre–registration is required.
  • Participation in Forum 2022 (Deadline: June 22, 2022):
  • https://gisr-forum.aa-ken.jp/registration_form.html
  • Poster Presenter Application (Deadline: May 27, 2022):
  • https://gisr-forum.aa-ken.jp/festa_form.html
  • For more details, please see:
  • https://gisr-forum.aa-ken.jp/
Organized by
ILCAA
301, 302, 303, 304, 306, Online meeting
Sun 3 Jul 2022
13:30–19:00
ILCAA Joint Research Project “Reconsideration on Death: Anthropological Explorations on the Actuality of life” The 6th meeting
  • 13:30–15:30 Ryoko TAKAGI “A Study on the Manifestation of the Dead in Objects: A Case Study of Dolls in the Image of the Deceased”
  • 15:45–17:45 Daisuke URIU “Digital Media Connecting the Dead and the Living”
  • 18:00–19:00 general discussion
  • Language: Japanese
Organized by
ILCAA Joint Research Project “Reconsideration on Death: Anthropological Explorations on the Actuality of life”
306

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