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Wed 1 May 2024
– Sun 28 Jul 2024
10:30–17:00
The World of Seiji Mouri: Tattoos make up in Film and TV series
[open]
  • Seiji Mouri, now 94 years old and a resident of Kyoto, has been working as an actor and tattoo artist at Toei's Kyoto Studio for over 40 years.
  • He has worked on many Toei and NET films, including “Showa Zankyo Den” (from the fourth film onward), “Hibotan Bakuto,” “Jinginaki Tatakai(Battles Without Honor and Humanity),” and the “Kin-san of Toyama” series.
  • By means of a technique and special paints that Mr. Mouri has developed independently, He has painted tattoos on more than 150 stars, including Ken Takakura, Kouji Tsuruta, Junko Fuji, Hideki Takahashi, Hiroki Matsukata, Ken Matsudaira, Reiko Takashima, and more than 2000 actors in total.
  • This exhibition will be divided into two phases, displaying Mr. Mouri's tattoo drafts, as well as photographs, scripts, posters, and pamphlets from the collections of Toei Company, TOEI Kyoto Studio Park and Film Library, Yoshimi Yamamoto, and others, along with film and TV drama footage.
  • For details, please see here.
  • Language: Japanese
Organized by
Executive Committee of “The World of Seiji Mouri: Tattoos make up in Film and TV series”
Toyfilm museum
Wed 22 May 2024
17:30–19:30
Global Mediterranean Studies Seminar: Nile Samurai--Ragai Wanis and Egypt’s Global 1960s
[open]
  • This seminar explores Egypt's cultural connections with Japan in the 1960s. It discusses exchanges between these two ends of Asia through a case study of the late Egyptian artist Ragai Wanis (1938-2023), who studied and worked in Japan for five years in the mid-1960s. Drawing on a range of sources-Wanis's published memoirs, his paintings, and his photographs-a vibrant period of transregional entanglements will be revealed. Ultimately, by examining individual stories like Wanis's, the talk offers an alternative narrative for the Arab 1960s, shifting the focus away from political dimensions and pan-Arab solidarities to highlight how Egypt explored different ways of relating to the world during this period.
  • 17:30–17:40 Introduction (Emi Goto, TUFS)
  • 17:40–18:25 “Nile Samurai: Ragai Wanis and Egypt’s Global 1960s” (Nicholas Mangialardi, Williams College)
  • 18:25–18:40 Comment (Yui Kanda, TUFS)
  • 18:40–19:30 Discussion
  • Speakers:
  • Dr. Nicholas Mangialardi is a scholar of Arabic literature and music whose research focuses on modern Egypt. He is a Visiting Assistant Professor of Arabic Studies at Williams College (USA). His publications have appeared in the International Journal of Middle East Studies, the Arab Studies Journal, and the Middle East Journal of Culture and Communication. His recent work explores cultural exchanges between modern Egypt and Japan through the lens of literature and popular culture.
  • Dr. Yui KANDA is an Assistant Professor of Middle Eastern History at the Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies. Her expertise lies in the study of history of Islamic works of art, particularly ceramics, metalwork, and manuscripts from the late medieval to the early modern period in the Middle East and South Asia. Her latest publication, “Iranian Blue-and-White Ceramic Vessels and Tombstones Inscribed with Persian Verses, C. 1450–1725,” appears in The Routledge Companion to Global Renaissance Art, edited by Stephen J. Campbell and Stephanie Porras (New York: Routledge).
  • Language: English
  • Admission: Free
  • Pre-registration is required.
  • For registration, please see here. Registration deadline is 21st May.
  • Contact: emi-gto[at]aa.tufs.ac.jp (Please change [at] to @)
Jointly sponsored by
NIHU Global Area Studies Program: The Global Mediterranean at ILCAA (Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa), TUFS Field Science Commons (TUFiSCo)
301, Online meeting
Thu 23 May 2024
15:00–16:30
ILCAA Forum
[open]
  • Yui KANDA (ILCAA) “From Mitaka to Mashhad: Exploring the Material Culture of Safavid Iran”
  • Chair: Nobuaki KONDO (ILCAA)
  • Language: Japanese
  • Admission: Free
  • For online participants, please see here.
Organized by
ILCAA
304, Online meeting
Fri 24 May 2024
13:00–16:00
ILCAA Joint Research Project “Phonetic typology from cross-linguistic perspectives (phase 2) (jrp000294)” The 1st meeting
  • 13:00–13:30 Seunghun LEE (ILCAA Joint Researcher, ICU) & Keita KURABE (ILCAA) “Overview of the PhonTyp, phase 2”
  • 13:45–14:45 Julián VILLEGAS (ILCAA Joint Researcher, University of Aizu) & Seunghun LEE (ILCAA Joint Researcher, ICU) “An initial review of the acoustic and articulatory analyses of liquids”
  • 15:00–16:00 Daisuke SHINAGAWA (ILCAA) & Seunghun LEE (ILCAA Joint Researcher, ICU) “Preliminary observations about the phonetics of lateral fricatives in Southern Bantu”
  • Language: English
Organized by
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)
304, Online meeting
Fri 24 May 2024
18:20–20:40
TUFS Cinema: Ethnographic Film Screening of “Azmari”
[open]
  • 1. Screening of “Azmari”
  • 2. Itsushi KAWASE (Professor, The Graduate University for Advanced Studies), Kazuhiro SODA (Documentary filmmaker): Commentary and talk sessin
  • Chair: Shu FUJITA (Research Associate, TUFS Field Science Commons)
  • Language: Japanese
  • Admission: Free
  • Pre-registration is required.
  • For registration, please see here. (Only available in Japanese)
Jointly sponsored by
TUFS Cinema, TUFS Field Science Commons, Anthro-film Laboratory
Cooperated by
Core Project (Anthropology) Anthropological Inquiry of Sociality: Dynamics of Tolerance/Intolerance in Transcultural Contexts, Center for Intercultural Studies
Prometheus Hall, AGORA Global, Tokyo Univ. of Foreign Studies
Sat 25 May 2024
14:00–17:00
ILCAA Joint Research Project “Diachronic Perspectives on Language Description and Typology in Bantu (jrp000292)” The 1st meeting
  • 1. Makoto FURUMOTO (ILCAA, Juniour Fellow) “Introduction to the project background and prospects”
  • 2. Shigeki KAJI (ILCAA, Fellow) “Some features of Congo Swahili in reference to the micro-variation way of survey”
  • 3. Discussion
  • Language: Japanese
Organized by
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)
304, Online meeting
Sun 26 May 2024
10:00–13:00
Follow-up meeting on ILC 2011 (Sibe) / The 13th meeting on Sibe language and culture
  • 10:00–10:10 Opening
  • [Keynote lecture]
  • 10:10–10:50 Kicengge (Otemon Gakuin University) “On the survey of languages in the Kangxi period”
  • 11:00–11:30 YE Sheng (Graduate School of Letters, Kyoto University) “The Investigation of the Eight Banner Garrisons General Buyantu”
  • 11:30–12:00 WEN Jing'er (Graduate School of Tokyo Univerisity of Foreign Studies) “A preliminary report on the language and custom of the Sibe people in Gongliu county”
  • 12:00–12:30 KOGURA Norikazu (ILCAA) “A preliminary report on the construction of Corpus of Sibe Dialects (CSD)”
  • 12:40–13:00 General Discussion
  • Commentator: KUBO Tomoyuki (ILCAA Research Fellow)
  • Language: Japanese, Sibe
Jointly sponsored by
ILCAA, 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), Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B) (Principal Investigator:Norikazu KOGURA(ILCAA) Project number:24K00061)
304
Wed 29 May 2024
15:30–17:00
ILCAA Joint Research Project “Adaptation and Reorientation of Texts and its Actors in the Medieval and Early Modern Middle East (jrp000301)” The 2nd meeting
[open]
  • 15:30–15:45 Dr. Yui KANDA (ILCAA) Introduction
  • 15:45–16:15 Dr. Kaori OTSUYA (NIHU/ILCAA) “Jadhb al-Qulūb ilā Diyār al-Maḥbūb by ʿAbd al-Ḥaqq Muḥaddith al-Dihlawī (d. 1052/1642): A Persian Work Based on Al-Samhūdī’s (d. 911/1506) History of Medina?”
  • 16:15–17:00 Discussion
  • Abstract:
  • Dr. Kaori OTSUYA (NIHU/ILCAA)
  • “Jadhb al-Qulūb ilā Diyār al-Maḥbūb by ʿAbd al-Ḥaqq Muḥaddith al-Dihlawī (d. 1052/1642): A Persian Work Based on Al-Samhūdī’s (d. 911/1506) Histories of Medina?”
  • In recent years, there has been a significant increase in secondary literature on trans-regional cultural exchanges between South Asia and the Red Sea region, particularly from the fifteenth century onwards. Nevertheless, the reception of late medieval Arabic histories of the Hijaz in early modern South Asia remains relatively unexplored, partly due to the limited engagement of so-called “Arabists” in the discussion as well as the conventional division between the medieval and the early modern periods.
  • This paper seeks to address this gap through a preliminary analysis of Jadhb al-Qulūb ilā Diyār al-Maḥbūb, a history of Medina written by the well-known South Asian hadith scholar and historian ʿAbd al-Ḥaqq Muḥaddith al-Dihlawī (d. 1052/1642). While researchers working on the history of South Asia have briefly but often mentioned that ʿAbd al-Ḥaqq wrote Jadhb al-Qulūb based on the histories of Medina by the late medieval Egyptian scholar al-Samhūdī (d. 911/1506), the relationship between Jadhb al-Qulūb and al-Samhūdī’s histories of Medina has largely escaped the attention of modern researchers in the field of the late medieval Arabic historiography.
  • After introducing al-Samhūdī and ʿAbd al-Ḥaqq, this paper presents the wide distribution of the manuscripts of their works as well as the findings of a tentative comparison between Jadhb al-Qulūb and al-Samhūdī’s histories of Medina. In doing so, it hopes to shed light on transregional interactions between South Asia and the Red Sea region from the Hijazi perspective.
  • Language: English
  • Admission: Free *Open to Public
  • Pre-registration is required.
  • For registration, please see here. Registration deadline is 22:00 (JST), 27th May.
  • Contact: kanda[at]aa.tufs.ac.jp (Please change [at] to @)
Organized by
ILCAA
Hongo Satellite 3F Seminar Room, Online meeting
Sat 1 Jun 2024
14:00–16:00
Seminar “Feminist Ethics and the Test of Palestine: Beyond ‘Feminist Foreign Policy’?”
[open]
  • This seminar considers the current genocide in Gaza from the perspective of feminist foreign policy (FFP). In theory, this approach foregrounds feminist ethics and human security in its emphasis on “rights, representation, and resources” for gender equality. However, critical explorations are necessary to unpack how Feminist Foreign Policy (FFP) operates in practice, and where it falls short of declared commitments. The seminar raises questions about ‘activating’ normative paradigms in international politics. What horizons exist for activism when state and global governance institutions fail to stop genocide and war? How can (feminist) researchers navigate theory and practice when it comes to struggles for liberation and social justice?
  • Program:
  • 2:00–2:10 Introduction (Emi Goto, ILCAA, TUFS)
  • 2:10–3:10 Lecture by Dr. Layla Saleh "Feminist Ethics and the Test of Palestine"
  • 3:10–3:50 Q&A, Discussion
  • 3:50–4:00 Closing
  • Lecturer:
  • Dr. Layla Saleh is a political scientist specializing in politics and International Relations (IR) of the Arab region. Her focus is on 'politics from below’ as it relates to protest, revolution, civic activism, democratization, and gender politics. She is Director of Research at Demos-Tunisia Democratic Sustainability Forum, and Associate Editor of the Brill journal Protest. In 2024, she is a Research Fellow at Chiba University. Her books include Revolution and Democracy in Tunisia (Oxford UP, 2024, co-authored with Larbi Sadiki) and US Hard Power in the Arab World: Resistance, the Syrian Uprising, and the War on Terror (Routledge, 2017).
  • Language: English, Japanese (Consecutive interpretation available)
  • Admission: Free
  • Pre-registration is required.
  • For registration, please see here. Registration deadline is 31st May.
  • Contact: emi-gto[at]aa.tufs.ac.jp (Please change [at] to @)
Organized by
Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research(B) “A Study of the Challenges and Solutions for Muslim Communities in the Context of Contemporary Pluralism and Diversity” (Principal Investigator:Emi GOTO (ILCAA) Project number: 24K03160)
Hongo Satellite 3F Seminar Room, Online meeting
Sat 1 Jun 2024
14:00–17:00
Anthropology Cafe “Where Do We Go (When We Die) - Death and Art”
[open]
  • 14:00 Opening Ryoko NISHII (ILCAA, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies)
  • 14:05–15:30 Screening and Talk
  • “Distant Duet” (currently on view at the exhibition “Distant Present: Universal/Remote” (The National Art Center, Tokyo) from March 6, 2024 (Wed) to June 3, 2024 (Mon))
  • “Where Do We Go When We Die?”
  • “Soramimi”
  • 15:45–17:00 Comments and general discussion
  • Maiko JISHU (Artist) + Seppyul KIM (Institute for Integrated Global Environmental Studies)
  • Moderator: Tomoko NIWA (International Fashion Institute)
  • Language: Japanese
  • Admission: Free
  • Pre-registration is required.
  • For registration, please see here. Registration deadline is 31st May.
Jointly sponsored by
ILCAA. Core Project (Anthropology), Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B) “Reconsideration of Anthropology of Dearh:An Anthropological Approach to "Reality" through Affect Theory” (Principal Investigator: Ryoko NISHII(ILCAA) Project Number: 21H00642)
303
Sat 1 Jun 2024
12:00–17:30
ILCAA Joint Research Project ““Failure” in Field Linguistics (jrp000285)” The 3rd meeting
  • 12:00–12:10 Introduction
  • 12:10–13:20 Yukinori KIMOTO (ILCAA Joint Researcher, University of Hyogo) 'Failures and regrets in the study of Filipino hunter-gatherer languages: reflections on everything from site selection to career development'
  • 14:30–15:40 Megumi KUREBITO (ILCAA Joint Researcher, Hokkaido Museum of Northern Peoples) 'There is no picturesque ideal field: the case of Koryak' (tentative)
  • 15:50–17:00 Syuntarô TIDA (ILCAA Joint Researcher, Kyoto University) 'Field linguistics and prescriptive linguistics' (tentative)
  • 17:00–17:30 Discussion
  • 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)
306, Online meeting
Sat 1 Jun 2024
13:30–18:00
ILCAA Joint Research Project “Early Islamization Reflected in Javanese and Other Texts from Southeast Asia (jrp000280)” The 6th meeting
  • 13:30–14:40 Yasushi TONAGA (ILCAA Joint Researcher, Kyoto University) “Watching the Malay World from the Viewpoint of Self Emanation in Wahda al-Wujud Theory”
  • 14:40–15:50 Ayako NINOMIYA (ILCAA Joint Researcher, Aoyama Gakuin University) “Islam, Islamization and Sufism in South Asia”
  • 16:00–17:10 Nobuaki KONDO (ILCAA) “The Idea of the Persianate Societies”
  • 17:10–18:00 Meeting
  • Language: Japanese
Jointly sponsored by
Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B) “Early Islamization of Southeast Asia: Religion, Kingship, and Cosmology” (Principal Investigator: Yumi SUGAHARA (Osaka University) Project number: 21H00575), Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B) “Fundamental research for the construction of a historical picture of Islamic reception and social relations in continental Southeast Asia” (Principal Investigator: Kazuto IKEDA (Osaka University) Project number: 20H01325), HINDOWS (Indian Ocean World Studies project, Osaka University) So Yamane.
301
Sat 1 Jun 2024
8:00–12:00
ILCAA Joint Research Project “The new boundary-crossing approach on Ancient Chinese Slip and Tablet Documents (5): Utilizing digital humanities for a comprehensive diplomatics of unearthed wooden documents (jrp000291)” The 23th meeting
  • 8:00–9:50 Masayoshi SUGIURA (Gakushuin University): “On silk cocoon taxation in the Wooden Tablets from the Qin site in Liye(First Part)”
  • 9:50–10:10 Break
  • 10:10–12:00 Masayoshi SUGIURA (Gakushuin University): “On silk cocoon taxation in the Wooden Tablets from the Qin site in Liye(Second Part)”
  • Language: Japanese
Organized by
ILCAA
Online meeting
Sun 2 Jun 2024
9:30–17:30
Seminar: Anthropology of Death
  • Seminar for drafts
  • Language: Japanese
Organized by
Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research "Rethinking Anthropology of Death”
304
Fri 14 Jun 2024
14:00–20:00
ILCAA Joint Research Project “Multi-disciplinary Study on the Interactions between Islamism and Socio-cultural Factors in Southeast Asia: From Micro and Macro Perspectives (jrp000288)” The 4th meeting
  • Program:
  • 14:00–16:00 Hisashi OGAWA (Asia University) “The Dynamics of Dawa in Islamic Basic Education Institutions: A Case Study from Southern Thailand”
  • 16:00–18:00 Shinya IMAIZUMI (Institute of Developing Economies) “Application of Islamic Law in Thai Courts and New Codification”
  • Language: Japanese
Organized by
KKLO
304
Fri 14 Jun 2024
17:30–19:00
Workshop for Islamic Trust Studies:Islamic Shi‘i Jurisprudence and Western Style Constitutionalism in Iran
  • 17:30–17:40 Introduction: Nobuaki Kondo (ILCAA)
  • 17:40–18:20 Mateo Farzaneh (Northeastern Illinois University)
  • Islamic Shi‘i Jurisprudence and Western Style Constitutionalism in Iran
  • 18:30–19:00 Discussion
  • Discussant: Yasuyuki Matsunaga (TUFS)
  • Abstract:
  • In this talk, Professor Farzaneh will discuss how the chief Shii cleric in Najaf, Iraq, Mulla Mohammad Kazem Khorasani, directly influenced the outcome of the constitutionalism movement in Iran at the turn of the twentieth century. In a way he “Islamicized” the western concept of constitutionalism and supported the secular and religious constitutionalists in their struggle to modernize Iranian politics that aimed to curb monarchical absolutism and create a more just and fair civil society.
  • Language: English
  • Admission: Free
  • Pre-registration is required.
  • For face to face participants, please visit the link here.
  • For online participants, please visit the link here.
  • Contact: mmorita[at]aa.tufs.ac.jp (Madoka Morita) *Please change [at] to @
Organized by
Islamic Trust Studies B01
301, Online meeting
Sat 15 Jun 2024
13:00–17:50
ILCAA Joint Research Project “Archiving Fieldwork Materials of the Ainu Language: an Interdiciplinary Research (3) (jrp000293)” The 1st meeting
  • 13:00–13:10 Osami OKUDA (ILCAA Joint Researcher, Sapporo Gakuin University) Opening Remarks
  • 13:10–14:00 Yoshimi YOSHIKAWA (ILCAA Joint Researcher, Hokkaido Museum) “For the publication of the field materials of Saru dialect of Ainu in ILCAA: A study based on questionnaire surveys for the users of the Ainu language archives (2)”
  • 14:10–15:00 Mika FUKAZAWA (ILCAA Joint Researcher, National Ainu Museum) “For the documentation of Ainu field materials in ILCAA: materials from Bihoro dialect (9)”
  • 15:20–16:10 Yasushige TAKAHASHI (ILCAA Joint Researcher, Hokkaido University) “Personal marking and causative sentences in Horobetsu Ainu”
  • 16:20–17:10 Kyoko KOJIMA (ILCAA Joint Researcher), Yoshie ABE (ILCAA Joint Researcher), and Osami OKUDA (ILCAA Joint Researcher, Sapporo Gakuin University) “(tentative title)Progress, achievement and policies of the archiving project of Ainu field materials in ILCAA”
  • 17:20–17:50 General discussion
  • Language: Japanese
Organized by
ILCAA 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)
Conference Room 3310, Sapporo Gakuin University, Online meeting
Sat 15 Jun 2024
13:30–17:15
- Sun 16 Jun 2024
10:00–12:00
ILCAA Joint Research Project “Research on African Food Cultures: Approaching Their Changing Realities (jrp000289)” The 4th meeting
  • 15 Jun
  • 13:30–15:15 Research Presentation 1: Hiroyuki INAI (Waseda University) “Fish-eating Culture in Semi-arid Cameroon”
  • 15:30–17:15 Research Presentation 2: Hideaki SUZUKI (ILCAA Joint Researcher, National Museum of Ethnology) “Dried Shark Meat from the Swahili Coast: In Relation to the Western Indian Ocean”
  • 16 Jun
  • 10:00–11:45 Research Presentation 3: Hitomi NAKAO (Kyoto University) “A Regional Comparison of Staple Foods in Northwestern Tanzania: Focusing on the Use of Maize and Cassava”
  • 11:45–12:00 Research Liason: Takeshi FUJIMOTO (ILCAA Joint Researcher, University of Toyama) “Status Report on Publication Project and Future Plans”
  • Language: Japanese
Jointly sponsored by
ILCAA, Japan African Food Culture Study Group
Hongo Satellite 3F Seminar Room
Sun 16 Jun 2024
10:00–15:00
ILCAA Joint Research Project “Construction of Method of Studies on Asian Scripts (3): Construction of the glossary of terms in the studies of script (jrp000283)” The 4th meeting
  • 10:00 Masaaki SHIMIZU (ILCAA Joint researcher, Osaka University) Substitution of similar-form elements found in Nôm characters
  • 11:00 Shintaro ARAKAWA (ILCAA, TUFS) On the shapes of Tangut scripts that appear infrequently in the documents
  • 13:00 All participants Discussion on the terms for the studies on scripts
  • Language: Japanese
Jointly sponsored 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
Thu 20 Jun 2024
15:00–16:30
ILCAA Forum
[open]
  • Naoki UETA (ILCAA) “Research on the Phonetics and Phonology of Mongolian: Phonetic Experiments and Theoretical Analyses”
  • Chair: Yasuhiro YAMAKOSHI (ILCAA)
  • Language: Japanese
  • Admission: Free
  • For online participants, please see here.
Organized by
ILCAA
304, Online meeting
Sat 22 Jun 2024
13:30–18:30
ILCAA Joint Research Project “The Origin of "Sharing": Aspects of Coexistence in Humans and Nonhuman Primates (jrp000287)” The 4th meeting
  • 1. Tomoyuki TAJIMA (Osaka University) Rethinking the Forms of Food Sharing in Primates, Including Humans
  • 2. Taro YAMAUCHI (Hokkaido University) Sanitation as “Regeneration”: From Disposal of “Bads” to Sharing of “Lives”
  • Language: Japanese
Organized by
ILCAA
304
Sat 29 Jun 2024
13:00–18:00
ILCAA Joint Research Project “The Anthropological Study of Hope in the Asia-Pacific Region: Future Prospects through New Bodily Practices (jrp000299)” The 1st meeting
  • 13:00–13:20 Hiroki Fukagawa (ILCAA Co-researcher, Kobe University) Explanation of the purpose
  • 13:20–14:20 Hiroki Fukagawa (ILCAA Co-researcher, Kobe University) “The Method of Hope, the Romanticization of Hope, the Embodied Hope, and the Limits of Hope -A Preface to Anthropology of Hope”
  • 14:20–14:50 all members Q&A
  • 15:00–16:45 7 members Research Introduction and Future Prospects
  • 16:45–17:30 General discussion
  • 17:30–18:00 Future Policy
  • Language: Japanese
Jointly sponsored by
ILCAA, Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B) “Anthropology of Hope in the Asia-Pacific Region: Future Prospects through New Bodily Practices” (Principal Investigator: Hiroki Fukagawa (Kobe University) Project number: 24K00183)
Hongo Satellite 4F Seminar Room
Sun 7 Jul 2024
13:00–20:00
ILCAA Joint Research Project “Anthropology of Embodiment: Anthropological Study of Things (4) (jrp000277)” The 5th meeting
  • Tentative Program
  • 13:00–14:30 Masayoshi SOMEYA(Hokkaido University)“The cognitive capacity of non-neural organisms: some lessons learned from the controversies surrounding their mind and embodiment”
  • 14:40–16:10 Yuko IWASE (Tokyo Metropolitan University) “The cognitive capacity of non-neural organisms: some lessons learned from the controversies surrounding their mind and embodiment”
  • 16:20–17:50 Morie KANEKO (Kyoto University) “Tools and techniques of body for community road constructions in Southwestern Ethiopia (tentative)”
  • 18:00–20:00 Reception meeting
  • Language: Japanese
Organized by
ILCAA
306
Thu 11 Jul 2024
14:30–16:00
ILCAA Forum
[open]
  • Shirabe OGATA (ILCAA) “Nigeria, Arts, Anthropology, and then ……”
  • Chair: Yukako YOSHIDA (ILCAA)
  • Language: Japanese
  • Admission: Free
  • For online participants, please see here.
Organized by
ILCAA
304, Online meeting

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