Schedule / スケジュール

SATURDAY 26 November

10:20- Registration/受付 (3A416)
10:50-11:00 Welcome and Opening Remarks/開会のご挨拶(3A409)
Prof. Keiji MAEGAWA (Chair of Organizing Committee of 2016 AJJ Fall)
11:00-12:15 Special Lecture/特別講演1(3A409)
Presentation Language: Japanese
Presenter: Dr. Zen'ichiro ONO 小野善一郎
Title: The Significance of Kojiki Today
演題:「古事記のこころ」
12:15-13:15 Lunch (AJJ Executive Committee Meeting)/昼食(AJJ 学会理事会)(3A407)
Venue: 3A405 Venue: 3A410
13:15-14:55 Individual Paper Panel #1
Session Language: English & Japanese
Chair: Grant OTSUKI
13:15-14:30 Group Session 1
Session Language: Japanese
Organizer & Chair: 山田亨 (Toru YAMADA)
Miu Yin HA, Serina
Bridging to the world -comparative study on Japan communicator towards other nations
Cade Bushnell
Hironori SEKIZAKI
You crack me up:
A microethnographic examination of some structural features of humorous Rakugo performance
Grant OTSUKI
Lifeless Humanism: The Reconfiguration of the Human by Technology
酒井たか子 (Takako SAKAI)
三谷絵里 (Eri MITANI)
Oksana TROFIMOVA
日本文化の理解 -落語の教材作成を通して考える笑いの文 化差-
Asli KEMIKSIZ
Popular Imaginaries and Technoscience: Performativity in the Emergence of the Japanese Humanoid Robot
山田亨(Toru YAMADA)
Sheng DONG
Quantifying Laughter: Examining the Use of Technology in Language Socialization
Robert PONTSIOEN
Revisiting Threads of the Past: A look at Japan-US History through Smithsonian Textile Collections
14:55-15:00 BREAK (3A416) 14:30-14:35 BREAK (3A416)
15:00-17:05 Individual Paper Panel #2
Session Language: English & Japanese
Chair: Grant OTSUKI
14:35-17:05 Individual Paper Panel #3
Session Language: English & Japanese
Chair: 山田亨 (Toru YAMADA)
Kaoru KUWAJIMA
"Nowhere else to go": A Trans-Historical View on Women's Experiences Based on Women's Protection Facility Cases, Ikuno Gaku
Paulina KOLATA
The socio-religious geographies of contemporary Japanese Temple Buddhism in ethnographic perspective
Wuyun WANG
A Comparative Study on Attitude toward Same-sex Marriage ―Though a survey of Women College Students in Japan and China
Aura DI FEBO
Negotiation of access as a research tool. Exploring organisational structure and information circulation in a Japanese religious group
清水 亨桐
東京都国立市および周辺地域における学生運動の変遷 -文教地区指定論争より、共産党系全学連および就職 難に泣き寝入りしない女子学生の会などの女子学生運 動までー
Michael SHACKLETON
What’s new in Japanese religion and ritual?
Jermaine GORDON-MIZUSAWA
The 'Sexless' Myth: Sex, Marriage and the Self in Japan
浅利 満理子(Mariko ASARI)
震災伝承の実践に伴う戦災伝承事例参照の難しさと意義
John MCCREERY
Purposeful, Playful Communities
中里 亮平
神社検定からみる正しい祭礼
    土谷 輪
京都の魔除け:瓦鍾馗とちまきの人類学的研究
発表終了後
-18:15
On-campus Excursion/キャンパスにおけるイベント
Please meet us at 3A416 before 17:10 if you would like to participate in the event.
参加希望者は、17:10 までに 3A416 にご集合ください。
18:30-21:00 Reception/懇親会
Venue: Second Cafeteria (on-campus)
会場:第二食堂(筑波大学構内)

SUNDAY 27 November

10:30- Registration/受付(3A416)
11:00-12:30 Keynote Address /基調講演 (3A409)
Presentation Language: English
Presenter: Prof. Brian MOERAN
Title: Magical Capitalism and Japan
Venue: 3A405 Venue: 3A410
13:00-14:40 Group Session 2:フットパスによる地域活性化の 展開
Session Language: Japanese
Organizer & Chair:
前川啓治(Keiji MAEGAWA)
13:00-13:50 Individual Paper Panel #4-2
Session Language: English & Japanese
Chair: Yi ZHU
前川啓治(Keiji MAEGAWA)
歩くこと、見出すこと、生きること -都市と農村
Lori KIYAMA
Reconstructing the social and natural order through shrine noh in earthquake-traumatized Kumamoto
塩路有子 (Yuko SHIOJI)
英国におけるフットパスと Walkers are Welcome タ ウンの活動
岩谷 洋史
日本の製造業における「ものづくり」の言説に関する考察
神谷由紀子 (Yukiko KAMIYA)
イギリスの模倣ではなかった日本のフットパス:独 自性と普遍性
13:50-13:55 BREAK (3A416)
久保由加里 (Yukari KUBO)
フットパスの持つ汎用性-耕作放棄地を国際交流空 間へ
13:55-15:35 Group Session 3:“Young Scholars” Undergraduate Session
Session Language: English
Organizer: Greg POOLE, Yuki IMOTO
Chair: Gill STEEL
14:45-16:00 Individual Paper Panel #4-1
Session Language: English & Japanese
Chair: Shuhei KIMURA(木村周平)
Yuna SATO
“Post-race Japan?: How Hafu internalize the value of “color-blindness”
Lewerich LUDGERA
Looking into the Past to Shape the Future: Young Urban-Rural Migrants between Nostalgia and Utopia
Jaeyoon RIM
Communities in Virtual Space: Men’s Online Fashion ‘Cafes’ in South Korea
Timo THELEN
How Forests and Paddy Fields Have Become Satoyama: Japan's New Green Soft Power in the 21st Century
Ryohei SUZUKI
Child Life Care for Child-Centered Care in Japan: An Anthropological Case Study of Inter-professional Collaboration in the Department of Pediatrics at a University Hospital
David S. SPRAGUE
Japan’s farmers today: who are they and where is their farmland?
Narumi TAKAHASHI
The Discourse of Omotenashi in the Japanese Service Industry
16:00-16:10 BREAK (3A416) Mohammad Reza EEDAK
Democratizing Afghanistan: Have the development programs been successful in increasing support for democracy?
16:10-17:25 Group Session 4:境界を繋ぐ―文化的インターフ ェースという視点から
Session Language: Japanese
Organizer & Chair: 前川啓治(Keiji MAEGAWA)
15:35-15:45 BREAK (3A416)
15:45-17:35 Group Session 5:Business Anthropology and its Implications
Session Language: English & Japanese
Organizers: Atsushi SUMI (Meiji University) & Yi ZHU (University of Tsukuba)
Chair: Yi ZHU (University of Tsukuba)
松田俊介 (Shunsuke MATSUDA)
神事の創出をめぐる現代民俗と伝承の接合 ―栃木市家中・鷲宮神社強卵式の事例より
Atsushi SUMI
Challenges and inspirations when anthropologists and management scientists work together
Noriya SUMIHARA
Implications of the Hawthorne Studies When Considering How Anthropology Can Face Management Science Today
関口由彦 (Yoshihiko SEKIGUCHI)
アイヌ民族と共生/連帯する人びと―いかにして差 異を超えるか
Yi ZHU
What are the implications of business anthropology to management scientists?
中畑充弘 (Mitsuhiro NAKAHATA)
経営学と文化人類学のコラボレーションの模索 ―Company-graphy を手掛かりに
17:40-18:00 AJJ 総会 Chair: Noriya SUMIHARA
Closing Session and Remarks/閉会のご挨拶(Room 3A409)
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