Our fellow members will make presentations in the session of the meeting.
Please come and join us to explore and share the outcome of our research in Sarawak.
The 46th annual meeting of the Japanese Society of Cultural Anthropology
[Place] Higashi-Hiroshima Campus, Hiroshima University, Hiroshima
Workshop “Tropical forest and its society – the prospect of an ethnographic study of Sarawak”
[Date]：June 23 (Sat.) ９：３０－１２：２５
Coordinator：Goro Hasegawa（J.F. Overlin University）
Presentation 1 Yumi Kato（Research Institute for Humanity and Nature）
“They dynamism of human-nature relationship – a discussion of a case of Sihan”
Presentation 2 Kyoko Sakuma（ASAFAS, Kyoto University）
“The views on human-forests interactions based on resource utilization – the case of birds’ nest hunting by the Bulawan people”
Presentation 3 Tetsu Ichikawa（Rikkyo University）
“Forest products and ethnography – rain forest and ethnic Chinese, a look at their relationships with indigenous people of Sarawak “
Presentation 4 Goro Hasegawa（J.F. Overlin University）
“The significance of Talisman, in the course of forest development – a reconsideration of Iban expansion”
Presentation 5 Katsumi Okuno（J.F. Overlin University）
“Ethnography of an interaction between human and forests – Men and nature in the society of Penan”
Commentator：Noboru Ishikawa（CSEAS, Kyoto University）
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