Do you live in Japan?
i've been translating an essays book by Takahata Isao on the "sato vs machi". I'm not an antropologist but a cultural project manager with a particular look at the role of antropology in the making…"
Hey, I a have been asked to be our class representative to gather information about our alumni. Can you send me an e-mail to this address so that I can send you some information about recent developments at the USU anthropology department firstname.lastname@example.org. Otherwise, how are you? Are you a Ph.D. Anthropologist by now? It looks like your still into Japanese language and culture. I am excited to find out more about what you have been doing since 2000. Later, Cameron