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…"
1980 Bauform als Zeichen und Symbol. ETH Zürich
1982 Sacred Symbols of Reed and Bamboo. Swiss Asiatic studies Monographs, vol. 4 Zurich, Peter Lang Berne
1981 The sacred Trees around Goshonai, Japan. Asian Folklore Studies 40 (2),…"
"Regarding anthropological studies of Shinto cult festivals in rural village cultures of Japan
One important reason to visit rural locations in Japan is the study of traditional Shinto cult festivals.
Each rural town, village, or even hamlet, has…"
Several members of the Anthropology of Japan in Japan group have worked in rural areas. I would recommend, in particular, getting in touch with John Mock (firstname.lastname@example.org), who has worked in Akita and knows a lot more about this…"
Anyone out there working in a rural area in Japan? If so, I'd like to hear your thoughts about rural areas in modern Japan.What are the major problems facing your or all rural communities?What are areas of inquiry, and/or struggle, for the future? In other words, what are the key questions we need to be asking/issues we need to be addressing?How are rural areas articulating with the larger, mostly urban, Japanese society?I'll wait to weigh in, but look forward to hearing from any and all of…See More
"John, Thanks for taking the initiative to start this dicussion.
I am originally from Salt Lake City, Utah and first came to Japan in 1999 to study the language at Kansai Gaidai in Osaka. After receiving my B.A. in Anthropology from Utah State…"
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 email@example.com. 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