Vol. 21 No. 2 (2020)

Research Note
SASAKI Rise, Laura HAAPIO-KIRK, KIMURA Yumi
Sharing Virtual Meals among the Elderly: An Ethnographic and Quantitative Study of the Role of Smartphones in Distanced Social Eating in Rural Japan
7
JJCA(『文化人類学』)Extended Summaries
JJCA Vol.85-2
Original Articles
GOTO Takeshi
Techno-ecography of Frontier Industrial Landscape: A Case Study of Property Fabrication by Amazonian Colonists
49
HASHIZUME Daisaku
The People Who Face with Their Ancestral Land: Commercial Logging and Indigenous Quest for True Knowledge on Land and Self in West Fataleka, Solomon Islands
59
MINAMIDE Kazuyo, Mujibul ANAM
What an Anthropologist has Left in the Field: Memories and Narratives of Professor Tadahiko Hara in Gohira Village in Bangladesh
69
Special Theme "Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Disaster Risk Reduction"
YAMASHITA Shinji
Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Disaster Risk Reduction from the Viewpoint of Resilience: An Introduction
79
KANO Tomoko, GOTA Momoyo
Space for Community Resilience: Disaster Risk Reduction Plans for the World Heritage Sites of Patan in Nepal, Lijiang in China, and Bergama in Turkey
85
DOSHITA Megumi
The Resilient Cultural Landscape of Mount Fuji: A View from Miho-no-Matsubara
93
IWAHARA Hiroi
The Cultural Landscape of Bali in Indonesia: World Heritage and Community Resilience
101
TANAKA Takae
Earthquake Ruins and Post-disaster Tourism after the Sichuan Earthquake in China
109
Exploratory Article
IIZUKA Noriko, SONODA Koji, TANAKA Ayana, OISHI Takanori
In the Classroom Where the Field Emerges: An Experimental Study of an Educational Workshop Using the Play-Acting of African Hunting and Gathering Society
117
IIDA Taku
Japanese Society of Ethnology (1934-2004) and Its Ethnological Museum (1937-1962): Reconsideration of Its Character with Reference to Archival Materials
125


Vol. 21 No. 1 (2020)

2019 Japanese Society of Cultural Anthropology Award Lecture
SEKINE Yasumasa
Reconsidering Street Anthropology from the "Theories of State of Exception": Anthropology associated with "Duplexed Gazes" for Resisting Neoliberalism
7
Submitted Article
SONO Fumoto
How Local Handicrafts Enter the Global Tourism Market: A Case Study on a Carpet Business in Rural Uzbekistan
79
Research Note
YAMAKOSHI Hidetsugu
Living with Tattoos: A Case study of Young People Managing a Hip Hop and Streetwear Store in the Tokyo Suburbs
115
Special Issues
"An Anthropological Approach to Consumption Practices in Contemporary Asia"
HARA Tomoaki
An Anthropological Approach to Consumption Practices in Contemporary Asia: Introduction
147
KIM Kyounghwa Yonnie
Between Self-Management and Communal Obligations: The Consumption Practices of the Affluent Middle-Aged in South Korea
171
TANAKA Takae
Coping with Uncertainty: Consumption of Medicines by Chinese Tourists in Japan
209
MINOO Arihiro
Student Activities to Promote Fair-Trade without Emphasizing It: The Difficulty in Constructing the Citizen-Consumer in Japan
243
"Modes of Human Engagement with Materiality: Potentialities of Access to Things"
Ksenia GOLOVINA and DOI Kiyomi
Modes of Human Engagement with Materiality: Potentialities of Access to Things
271
Laurence DOUNY
The Material Agency of West African Wild Silk: An Ethnographic Exploration into Marka-Dafing Conceptions of Sheen
291
Ksenia GOLOVINA
Walking, Cleaning, and “Kinning”: Material Practice of Grave-Caring among Russian-Speaking Migrants in Japan
315
DOI Kiyomi
Ready-to-Hand and Out-of-Reach: Sensory Experiences of the Landscape on the Camino de Santiago
357
Rafael MUNIA
Gendered Objects Gendering Bodies: Self-Defense Tools and Their Role in Constructing Perceptions of the Potential of the Female Body
387
Anne Stefanie ARONSSON
Social Robots in Elder Care: The Turn Toward Emotional Machines in Contemporary Japan
421
YOSHIDA Mariko
Scaling Precarity: The Material-Semiotic Practices of Ocean Acidification
457
JJCA(『文化人類学』)Extended Summaries
JJCA Vol.85-1
Original Articles
MORISHITA Sho
Epistemology and Ontology as "Fusion": Concepts of "Distrust of Observed Data" and "a Priori Data" That Constitutes "Non-Naturalistic" Scientific Practice
493
NISHIKAWA Kei
Economies of Feeling and Blood: Cash Crop Production and Trade in Minangkabau, West Sumatra, Indonesia
501
Special Theme "An Anthropology of Hospitality"
KAWANO Masaharu
An Anthropology of Hospitality
509
YAMAZAKI Masayuki
Intertwinement of Commercial Hospitality and Social Hospitality: The Case of Migrants and Tourism in Ogasawara/Bonin Islands
515
SAMOTO Hidenori
Difficulties and Expectations of Living Together: Co-residence and Hospitality in a Village of 'Are'are, Solomon Islands
523
TERAO Moe
Hospitality and Intimacy: A Study on Receiving Visitors in a Mongolian Ger
529
ABE Tomohisa
Politics over Hosting: Case Study of Feast in Hani, Yunnan, China
537
Exploratory Article
FUJIYAMA Arisa
Multi-Layered Extrasensory Perceptions: Through "Remembering" and "Posture"
543


Vol. 20 No. 2 (2019)

Submitted Article
ITO Yasunobu
Contact Zone of Anthropology of and in Business: Inspiring Synergy between Anthropology and Industry in Japan
7
ZHU Yi
Globalizing Japanese Customer Service: Materialization and Reinterpretation of Culture
27
Santa LAUKMANE
The Niku joshi Phenomenon: Meat eating and Gender inside the Contemporary Japanese Workplace
63
Research Note
TSUCHIYA Rin
Towards Mono Studies: Directions and Possibilities for Material, Things, and Mono's Anthropological studies
107
The 5th JASCA International Symposium
The Internationalization/Globalization of Anthropology in East Asia: Taiwan and Japan
MIO Yuko
Introduction
133
LIN Chen Wei
The Current Status and Development of Japanese Studies in Taiwan: From a Folklore-Centred Perspective
145
GUO Pei-yi
Pacific Studies and Comparative Austronesian Studies in Taiwan
163
HUANG Chih-Huei
Legacy and Aftermath: Reflections on the Development of Anthropology between Taiwan and Japan
203
KAMIZURU Hisahiko
Possibilities for Anthropological Collaboration between Taiwan and Japan
217
IITAKA Shingo
Positionality of East Asian Anthropologists in Pacific Studies: Comments on Guo Pei-yi
227
KUBOTA Sachiko
Special Reference to Oceanian Studies
237
JJCA(『文化人類学』)Extended Summaries
JJCA Vol.84-3
SONODA Koji
Language Socialization of Inappropriate Words: bangà and Baka Hunter-gatherer Societies' Children
243
UDAGAWA Aya
"Order" and Story: Passover Seder of Secular Jews in Argentina
251
Special Issue "Designing an End-of-Life Care Culture in Contemporary Japan"
UKIGAYA Sachiyo
Designing an End-of-Life Care Culture in Contemporary Japan: Ambiguty of Care, Choice of Death, Significance of Place
257
AIZAWA Izuru
End-of-Life Care in Nursing Homes and at Home, and the "Homecoming" Initiative: End-of-Life Care and Related Care as Issues for the Local Community
265
UKIGAYA Sachiyo
Sharing a Room as a Final Place: A Case Study of End-of-Life Care in Guruntobi, a Small-type Multi-function Facility
271
SUZUKI Katsumi
The Art of Forgiveness: A Study of the End-of-Life Care of People Living with HIV/AIDS at the Buddhist Temple, Wat Phra Bhat Nam Phu, Thailand
279
JJCA Vol.84-4
OKAMOTO Keishi
New Tasks for the Anthropological Studies on Religious Conversion: Christian Narratives among the Duruma in the Coastal areas of Kenya
287
Special Issue "Dynamics in the Indexical Process of Signification: Perspectives form Linguistic Anthropolgy"
NAWA Katsuo
Introduction: Linguistic Anthropology, Indexicality, and Japanese Sociocultural Anthropology
293
TAKADA Akira
Deep Engagement with the Environment: The Use of Demonstratives and Gestures in the Wayfinding Practices of the G|ui/G||ana
299
KAJIMARU Gaku
Embedding Reciprocal Singing in Context: A Case Study of Khap Samneua in Laos
307
ASAI Yuichi
Tracing Ancestral Vestige/Figure: Figure-Ground Reversal, Semiosis, or Realism in the South Pacific
315
KANEKO Ami
Christianization and Language: A Linguistic Anthropological Analysis on Gender Indexicality in the Jesuit Missions of Chiquitos, South America
325
MIYAZAKI Ayumi
Illuminating the Processes of Power Negotiations through Language: An Ethnography of the Making of Gendered Indexicality among Japanese Junior High School Students
333


Vol. 20 No. 1 (2019)

Submitted Article
IKEDA Yoko
Cultivating Urban Spaces: The Community Garden Movement in New York City
7
Yulong JIA
'Authenticity' and 'Inauthenticity' in Sneaker Culture: A Case Study of Ghanghuo Sneakers in China
43
WU Zhouyang
Danger Beneath Boisterousness: Examining Market Morality and Its Rhetoric in Anonymous Folk Poetry Depicting the Yu'tan Fair in Pre-Socialist Dali
89
Special Issue
Migration and Transnational Dynamics of non-Western Civil Societies
UESUGI Taeko
Introduction to the Special Issue "Migration and Transnational Dynamics of non-Western Civil Societies"
131
TANAKA Masako
Roles of Migrant Organizations as Transnational Civil Societies in Their Residential Communities: A Case Study of Nepalese Organizations in Japan
165
Natasa VISOCNIK
Discourse on Multiculturalism within the Korean Community of Kyoto
207
UESUGI Taeko
The Transnational Civil Society of Nepali Emigrants and the Nepali Government: Corporatism beyond National Borders
247
OGAWA Sayaka
The Logic of "Open Reciprocity" in the Tanzanian Union in Hong Kong and China
297
JJCA(『文化人類学』)Extended Summaries
JJCA Vol.84-1
OKANO Hideyuki
Democratic Bureaucratic Patron-Client Relationship?: Traffic Order Making and Motorbike Taxies in Post-Conflict Sierra Leone
325
MATSUMOTO Hisashi
Shaping Fairness for Political Participation: Rotation System and Traditional Authorities in the Igbo Society of Nigeria
333
KONDO Yukiko
Disposition of Grief and Apprehending Pain: Rwandan Citizenship Prescribed by the State and People's Morality
341
HASHIMOTO Eri
Paper, Divinity, and the State: Hybrid Political Orders among the Nuer of Post-independence South Sudan
349
JJCA Vol.84-2
TAGUCHI Yoko
Householding Stories: Domestic Work and the Mutuality of Being in Mumbai
357
KAWAGUCHI Yukihiro
A Kansaijin in Tohoku: Autoethnography on the Recognition of the Self and the Other
365
OGAWA Sayaka
Collective Autoethnographies Generated through Social Networking Services: The Case of Tanzanians in Hong Kong
371


Vol. 19 No. 2 (2018)

Submitted Article
TERUYAMA Junko, HATANO Maho, and MATSUNAMI Megumi
Dis/ability of Teachers: Managing Difference in Japanese Schools
5
Anthropology and Folklore in Japan III
MATSUDA Mutsuhiko
Occupational and Environmental Folklore
35


Vol. 19 No. 1 (2018)

2017 Japanese Society of Cultural Anthropology Award Lecture
TANAKA Masakazu
Grids, Waves, and Nationalism: Some Thoughts from Listening to "Good Vibrations" in a Big Morgue
5
Submitted Article
KEMIKSIZ Asli
Modeled After Life Froms: Embodiment and Ways of Being an Intelligent Robot
51
ITAGAKI Akemi
Ballroom Dance Walk as a Corporeal Technique: Centers of Gravity used for Ballroom Dance Walking and Japanese Nanba Style Walking
83


Vol. 18 No. 2 (2017)

Classic Japanese Anthropology
Special Issue: Contemplating Masao Oka's Call for Ethnic Research in War-time Japan
OKA Masao
Ethnic Research in Europe
5
The Difficulties Facing Contemporary Ethnology 11
Folklore Studies in Germany and Austria 15
SHIMIZU Akitoshi
What Was Ethnic Research (Minzoku Kenkyū)? Masao Oka and the Wartime Turn of Ethnology in Japan: a commentary on the papers
29
Submitted Article
ITO Miku
Changing Malian Women's Economic Activities: Vending in the Market, Travelling the World
63
The 4th JASCA International Symposium
The Internationalization/Globalization of Anthropology in East Asia: China and Japan
MATSUDA Motoji
Opening Remarks from the President
79
CHUNG Byung Ho
Invited Guest Speech
81
KAWAI Hironao
Introduction: Towards the Construction of Multi-linguistic Networks among East Asian Anthropologies
83
Part 1: Keynote Lectures
WANG Mingming
The West in the East: Chinese Anthropologies in the Making
91
LIU Zhengai
The Influence of Japanese Anthropology in the Mainland of China: Centered on the Post-1980s
125
Part 2: Roundtable Discussion
Further Development of the Relationship between Chinese and Japanese Anthropology
ZHOU Xing
The Possibility of Cultural Anthropology between China and Japan
161
NAKAO Katsumi
Chinese Anthropology: The Presupposition of Globalization
177
SATO Wakana
Anthropological Studies of China in Japan: Focusing on Studies of Ethnic Minority Groups in Southwest China
179
KAWAGUCHI Yukihiro
For Whom and By Whom? Internationalization and Globalization of Japanese Anthoropology of China
185


Vol. 18 No. 1 (2017)

2016 Japanese Society of Cultural Anthropology Award Lecture
SHIMIZU Hiromu
Reflections on the "Anthropology of Response-ability" through Engagement: A Long and Winding Road from Fieldwork to Ethnography, Commitment, and Beyond
5
Submitted Article
Donald C. WOOD
Photography in the 1930s "Native" Ethnography of Yoshida Saburō: The Eye of the Seikatsu-sha and the Legacy of Shibusawa Keizō's Attic Museum
37
ITO Kozue
Generative Moments in the Enactment of the Japanese Tea Ceremony
69
Special Issues
The Practices of Feeling with the World: Towards an Anthropology of Affect, the Senses and Materiality
Andrea DE ANTONI and Paul DUMOUCHEL
Introduction
91
Paul DUMOUCHEL
Of Objects and Affect: Artificial Empathy, Pure Sociality, and Affective Coordination
99
Eyal BEN-ARI
Weapons as (Lethal) Things: The Body, Emotions and Personal Firearms in the Military
115
Emma E. COOK
Risk and Affective Co-ordination: Food Allergy Experiences in the UK
129
Andrea DE ANTONI
Sympathy from the Devil: Experiences, Movement and Affective Correspondences during a Roman Catholic Exorcism in Contemporary Italy
143
Shiori SHAKUTO
Ageing with Bad-Boy Charm: An Affective Analysis of Japanese Retirement Migration in Malaysia
159
James R. ANDERSON
Comparative evolutionary Thanatology of Grief, with Special Reference to Nonhuman Primates
173
Anthropology and Folklore in Japan II
SHIMAMURA Takanori
Folklore in the Midst of Social Change: The Perspectives and Methods of Japanese Folkloristics
191


Vol. 17 No. 2 (2016)

Articles
SAKUMA Yutaka
Who Owns This Land? A Polyphonic Approach to the Agrarian Regime in Songhai Society (Western Niger)
5
The 3rd JASCA International Symposium
The Internationalization of Japanese Cultural Anthropology and the Attempt to Strengthen the Overseas Dissemination of Information
KUWAYAMA Takami
General Introduction
25
MATSUDA Motoji
Remarks from the President
27
Part 1: Keynote Lecture
MOON Okpyo
'Globalization' of East Asian Anthropology beyond the Language Barrier: From the Perspective of a Korean Studying Japan
29
SHIMA Mutsuhiko
Comments on Okpyo MOON
49
Part 2: Roundtable Discussion
The Internationalization/Globalization of Anthropology in East Asia: Korea and Japan
KUWAYAMA Takami
Introduction
53
HONDA Hiroshi
Internationalization as Multi-lingual Academic Practice: A Case of Korean Ethnography
57
NAKAGAWA Yuri
Some Issues on Writing about Korea in English and the Englishization of Anthropology
65
YAMAUCHI Fumitaka
Crossing Borders, Embodying Divides: On East Asia as a Fissured Site of Knowledge Procution
73


Vol. 17 No. 1 (2016)

2015 Japanese Society of Cultural Anthropology Award Lecture
HAMAMOTO Mitsuru
Lethal Narratives and Anthropological Knowledge: Circulation of Narratives around the Death of a Promising Kenyan Youth
3
Classic Japanese Anthropology
Special Issue: Contemplating Ruth Benedict's The Chrysanthemum and the Sword II
MINAMI Hiroshi
From a Viewpoint of a Social Psychologist
29
WATSUJI Tetsuro
Queries on the Scientific Value of The Chrysanthemum and the Sword
37
YANAGITA Kunio
The View of Life of the Ordinary Man
47
Submitted Article
ABE Satoshi
Management of the Environment (mohit-e zist): An Ethnography of Islam and Environmental Politics in Iran
63


Vol. 16 (2015)

Articles
Classic Japanese Anthropology
KUWAYAMA Takami
On the Inauguration of the JRCA "Classic Japanese Anthropology" Series
5
KAWASHIMA Takeyoshi
Evaluation and Critique
7
ARIGA Kizaemon
The Issue of Hierarchy in Japanese Social Structure
21
Research Note
KISHIGAMI Nobuhiro
Revival of Inuit Bowhead Hunts in Arctic Canada
43
HAMAGUCHI Hisashi
Whale Watching: Trouble on the Small Whaling Island of Bequia
59
The 2nd JASCA International Symposium
The Internationalization/Globalization of Cultural Anthropology and Japan
HORIGUCHI Sachiko
General Introduction
69
SEKINE Yasumasa
Opening Presidential Address
73
Part 1: Keynote Lecture
Gordon MATHEWS
The Globalization of Anthropology, and Japan's Place within It
75
YAMANOUCHI Yuriko
Comments on Gordon Mathews: On Being Semi-Peripheral
93
Part 2: Roundtable Discussion: Doing Anthropology in English in Japan
KOIZUMI Junji
Notes on the Globalization of Japanese Anthropology
105
Tom GILL
Reasons to be Cheerful about the Role of Japanese Anthropology in a Globalizing Discipline
113
HAN Min
Using Multiple Languages to Make Japanese Anthropology More Relevant to the World
121
IMOTO Yuki
Dilemmas and Hopes within "Globalizing" Japanese Higher Education
131
HORIGUCHI Sachiko
Whither "Japanese Anthropology"?: A Summary of the Post-roundtable Discussion
141
Special Issues
Anthropology of Japan in Korea and Anthropology of Korea in Japan
MOON Okpyo and KOIZUMI Junji
Introduction
149
PARK Dongseong
Anthropological Exchanges between Korea and Japan in the Postwar Era
157
KWEON Sug-In
Anthropological Studies of Japan in Korea since the 1980s
167
HONDA Hiroshi
Social Anthropology of Korea in Japan after the 1980s
181
SUZUKI Fumiko
Anthropological Studies of Korea in Japan since the Mid-1990s: After Village Studies
193
HAN Seung-Mi
Know Thy Neighbor, Know Thyself: Korea and Japan through the Anthropological Looking Glass
209
SHIMA Mutsuhiko
Comments
225
MATSUMOTO Seiichi
Comments
229
Anthropology and Folklore in Japan
KUWAYAMA Takami
On the Inauguration of the JRCA "Anthropology and Folklore in Japan" Series
233
OGUMA Makoto
The Study of Japan through "Japanese Folklore Studies"
237


Vol. 15 (2014)

2013 Japanese Society of Cultural Anthropology Award Lecture
SUGAWARA Kazuyoshi
A Long Way toward Life in the Wilderness: In What Sense is Fieldwork an Immediate Experience?
5
Research Note
YAMAGUCHI Hiroko
The Socio-historical Background of the Adoption of Hangul in Vernacular Education in Indonesia
33
The 1st JASCA International Symposium
The Internationalization of Japanese Cultural Anthropology and the Attempt to Strengthen the Overseas Dissemination of Information
KUWAYAMA Takami
General Introduction
47
SEKINE Yasumasa
Opening Address
49
Part 1: Special Lecture
Joy HENDRY
Forty Years of Research and Teaching on Japan: A Personal Trajectory
51
SASAGAWA Ayumi
Gomments on Joy Hendry's Lecture
71
Part 2: Round-table Discussion - Bridging the Anthropology of Japan Inside and Outside Japan
KUWAYAMA Takami
Introduction
75
KATO Etsuko
Bridging over Troubled Water?: A Native Feminist Anthropologist's Thoughts on "Bridging" Inside and Outside of Anthropological Studies of Japan in Japan
81
James E. ROBERSON
Bridging Anthropology/ies in/out Japan: Engagement, Interaction, Integration
89
HORIGUCHI Sachiko
Bridging Anthropological Studies of Japan in Japan and Abroad: Attempts from the Margin
97
Special Issues
Practicing a Public Anthropology of the East Japan Disaster
YAMASHITA Shinji
Introduction
105
David. H. SLATER and Maja VESELIČ
Public Anthropology of Disaster and Recovery: "Archive of Hope"。ハエヒセ・「。シ・ォ・、・ヨ。ヒ
115
KIMURA Shuhei
Visualizing with "Soft Light": A Reflection on Public Anthropology and 3/11
127
INOSE Kohei
"Living with Uncertainty": Public Anthropology and Radioactive Contamination
141
Tom GILL
Radiation and Responsibility: What is the Right Thing for an Anthropologist to Do in Fukushima?
151
Sound Cultures of Africa
KAWADA Junzo
Introduction
165
TSURUTA Tadasu
The Changing Social Roles of Gogo Sound Culture in Central Tanzania: With Special Reference to the Development of "Cultural Troupes"
169
KAWASE Itsushi
The Amharic Oral Poetry of Lalibäločč in Northern Ethiopia
185
KAWADA Junzo
Notes on the Drum Language of the Ancient Mossi Kingdoms (Burkina Faso)
199


Vol. 14 (2013)

2012 Japanese Society of Cultural Anthropology Award Lecture
MATSUDA Motoji
The Difficulties and Potentials of Anthropological Practice in a Globalized World
3
Articles
MORIYAMA Takumi
Cultural Resource in Action: Mobilization of Culture in Madagascar under French Colonial Rule
31
UESUGI Tak
Toxic Hotspots as Exceptional Examples: Commons of Tragedy of Agent Orange in Central Vietnam
55
NAKAHARA Satoe
Overcoming Nuclear Tragedy: The Case of the Rongelap People in the Marshall Islands Suffered from H-Bomb Test
73


Vol. 13 (2012)

2011 Japanese Society of Cultural Anthropology Award Lecture
NAMIHIRA Emiko
Problems and Perspectives in the Anthropological Studies of Japan
3
Articles
USHIYAMA Miho
The Hope of a Cure: From the Case of Atopic Dermatitis in Japan
21
KURITA Ritsuko
"Blackfella Way" and Aboriginal Identity: A Case Study of Adelaide Aborigines
41
FUKUURA Kazuo
Adapting Popular Religion: The Séance Practices of Spirit Mediums and their Devotees in Chiang Mai, Northern Thailand
61


Vol. 12 (2011)

2010 Japanese Society of Cultural Anthropology Award Lecture
YAMASHITA Shinji
Japan in 2050: An Anthropological Imagination of Japan's Future through the Dreams of Filipina Migrants
3
Articles
Andrea DE ANTONI
Ghost in Translation: Non-Human Actors, Relationality, and Haunted Places in Contemporary Kyoto
27
KOBAYASHI Naoko
Gendering the Study of Shugendô: Reconsidering Female Shugenja and the Exclusion of Women from Sacred Mountains
51
HARA Tomoaki
US Military Bases and Funshi: The Anti-Base Movements and Community Development in Yomitan Village, Okinawa
67
UDA Shuhei
The Local Adaptation of Cormorant Fishers: A Case Study of Poyang Lake, China
101


Vol. 11 (2010)

Commemorative Essay
UCHIBORI Motomitsu
My Kind of Ethnology/Anthropology: On the Determined Schism between Micro- and Macro-scale Perspectives
3
Articles
TANAKA Eisuke
The Idea of Place in the Protection of Cultural Heritage: In the Case of Claims against the Illicit Transaction of Antiquities from Turkey
25
KATO Etsuko
True Self, True Work: Gendered Searching for Self and Work among Japanese Migrants in Vancouver, Canada
47
SEKI Koki
Governing through Exclusion: The Un/Making of "Citizen" and "Community" through Neoliberal Urban Development in Metro Manila, Philippines
67
KUBO Akinori
Technology as Mediation: On the Process of Engineering and Living with the "AIBO" Robot
103
MATSUMURA Keiichiro
Dynamics of Possession and Distribution: A Case Study of Rural Ethiopia
125


Vol. 10 (2009)

Commemorative Essay
TANABE Shigeharu
Imagining Communities: Anthropological Reflections
3
Special Issue: New Trends of Tourism/Migration in Japan and Beyond
YAMASHITA Shinji
Introduction
27
IWAHARA Hiroi
Heritage Tourism and Cultural Policy in Indonesia: The Impact of National Culture on Tourism Development in Borobudur
29
ONO Mayumi
Japanese Lifestyle Migration/Tourism in Southeast Asia
43
TANAKA Takae
Japanese Reactions to Chinese Tourists: A Perspective on the Reinvention of Value
53
DOSHITA Megumi
Rethinking Environmental Tourism: The Case of Miyama, Kyoto Prefecture
65
Book Review
Donald C. WOOD
Simon PARTNER, The Mayor of Aihara: A Japanese Villager and His Community, 1865-1925.
77


Vol. 9 (2008)

Articles
ISHII Miho
From Passion to Compassion: Healing Rituals and Gender in an Independent Church in Southern Ghana
3
ONO Akiko
The Meaning of "Culture" among Aboriginal Pentecostal Christians: Doing Anthropology of Discontinuity in Australia
29
Gordon MATHEWS
Why Japanese Anthropology is Ignored Beyond Japan
53
Review Article
KISHIGAMI Nobuhiro
Trends in Japanese Cultural Anthropological Research on Whaling Cultures
71


Vol. 8 (2007)

Articles
KUDO Masako
Becoming the Other in One's Own Homeland?: The Processes of Self-construction among Japanese Muslim Women
3
TACHIKAWA Akihito
Is Commercial Fishing a Traditional Pursuit?: Technological Development of the Commercial Salmon Fishery and Adaptation by Kwakwaka'wakw Commercial Fishers
29
NAKAMURA Yae
The Expression of Confucianism in Modern Medical Care in Korea, with a Focus on Organ Transplants
53
IMAZATO Satoshi
Gender Differences in the Folk Classification of Subsistence Spaces and Religious Places in a Japanese Fishing Village
77
Review Article
HARA Tomoaki
Okinawan Studies in Japan, 1879-2007
101
ABE Juri and ITO Atsunori
A Review of Literature and Trends in Native North American Studies in Japan
137


Vol. 7 (2006)

Articles
SASAKI Shigehiro
Rethinking Witchcraft Confessions in Africa: Imagination on Occult Forces, Morality and Violence among the Ejagham, the Cross River Region
3
OMURA Keiichi
From Knowledge to Poetics: The Sophia of Anti-essentialistic Essentialism in Inuit Traditional Environmental Knowledge
27
Review Article
IIJIMA Shuji
Australian Aboriginal Studies in Japan, 1892-2006
51
Research Notes
PENEVA Tina
Techniques for Inventing New Traditions by "Grafting" the West in Japan: A Case Study of the "Olive Island" Shodoshima
71
KIMURA Yoko
The Notting Hill Carnival in London: A Study on Masbands, Masquerading Groups of an Urban Festival
85


Vol. 6 (2005)

Articles
TANAKA Masakazu
Towards an Anthropology of Agency: Performativity and Community
3
ITŌ Megumi
Will "Truth" Help "Peace"? The Truth and Reconciliation Commission in Post-Conflict Sierra Leone
19
QIN Zhaoxiong
The Process of Change in the Chinese Family in Hubei Villages
43
Review Article
KURIMOTO Eisei
Resurgence in the Midst of Predicaments: Studies on North East Africa by Japanese Anthropologists, 1996-2005
69


Vol. 5 (2004)

Articles
SHIMA Mutsuhiko
Continuity through Change in Korean Family/Household Structure: An Essay in Historical Anthropology
3
SENSUI Hidekazu
How Do Shamans Encounter Spirits? Trance and Possession among Okinawan Yuta Reconsidered
29
Review Articles
IRIMOTO Takashi
Northern Studies in Japan
55
KISHIGAMI Nobuhiro
Trends in Native North American Studies in Japan since the 1990s
91
Hans Dieter ÖLSCHLEGER
Ethnology and the Study of Japan: A Short Overview of German-Speaking Scholarship
123


Vol. 4 (2003)

Research Articles
KONDO Hidetoshi
Illness in Between: Uncertainty and Everyday Crisis in the Life of a Factory Worker in Northern Nigeria
3
ISHIKAWA Noboru
Remembering National Independence at the Margin of the State: A Case from Sarawak, East Malaysia
31
Review Articles
UCHIBORI Motomitsu
Tracing Ourselves Back to "Ethnologie": Ethnographic Works by Japanese Anthropologists on the Peripheries of Insular Southeast Asia
45
YAMADA Takako
Anthropological Studies of the Ainu in Japan: Past and Present
75
SASAKI Shiro
Anthropological Studies on Ethnic Minorities in Siberia and the Russian Far East by Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Japanese Anthropologists and Ethnologists
107
David ASKEW
Empire and the Anthropologist: Torii Ryuzo and Early Japanese Anthropology
133
Book Reviews
Lynne NAKANO
HAYAMI Yoko, TANABE Akio and TOKITA-TANABE Yumiko (eds.) , Gender and Modernity: Perspectives from Asia and the Pacific
155
Gordon MATHEWS
Katherine RUPP, Gift-Giving in Japan: Cash, Connections, Cosmologies
159


Vol. 3 (2002)

Research Article
QIN Zhaoxiong
Changes in Chinese Lineage and Politics: A Case Study in Rural Hubei
3
Review Articles
AOYAMA Kazuo
Mesoalerican Archaeology as Anthropology and History: Anthropological Archaeological Research in Mesoamerica by Japanese Scholars
31
ONUKI Yoshio
Japanese Research on Andean Prehistory
57
David ASKEW
The Debate on the "Japanese" Race in Imperial Japan: Displacement or Coexistence
79


Vol. 2 (2001)

KUWAYAMA Takami
The Discourse of Ie (Family) in Japan's Cultural Identity
3
ITOH Abito
Japanese Research on Korea
39
HAYAMI Yoko
Within and Beyond the Boundaries: Anthropological Studies of Mainland Southeast Asia since the 1950s
65
YAMAMOTO Matori
The Anthropological Study of Gender and Sexuality in Japan
105


Vol. 1 (1998)

YAMASHITA Shinji
Introduction: Viewing Anthropology from Japan
3
SEGAWA Masahisa
Anthropological Studies in Japan of Chinese Society: 1900-1997
7
SUENARI Michio
Exodus from Shangri-La? Anthropological Studies in Japan of the Aborigines of Taiwan after 1945
33
YOSHIDA Teigo, NAKAMURA Kiyoshi, and KAGAMI Haruya
Studies of Bali by Japanese Anthropologists
67
SUGAWARA Kazuyoshi
Ecology and Communication in Egalitarian Societies: Japanese Studies of the Cultural Anthropology of Southern Africa
97



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