Graduate School of Asian and African Area Studies, Kyoto University
ACADEMIC FIELD & RESEARCH
- Coexistence of people with wildlife
- Land use and local landscapes
RESEARCH FIELD (FIELD SITE, LOCATION OF RESEARCH)
Chimpanzees and people in the village of Bossou, Guinea
- Yamakoshi G. “A history of the distance between humans and wildlife.” Others: The Evolution of Human Sociality. Kawai K. (Ed.) Kyoto University Press & Trans Pacific Press, pp. 347-364, 2019.
- Yamakoshi G. “The origin of tool-using behavior and human evolution.” An Anthropology of Things. Tokoro I., Kawai K. (Eds.) Kyoto University Press & Trans Pacific Press, pp. 207-221, 2018.
- Yamakoshi G., Meguro T., Sato T. (Eds.) Who Owns African Nature? African Perspectives on the Future of Community-Based Conservation. Kyoto University Press, 2016. (Japanese)
- Yamakoshi G., Leblan V. Conflicts between indigenous and scientific concepts of landscape management for wildlife conservation: human-chimpanzee politics of coexistence at Bossou, Guinea. Revue de Primatologie, DOI : 10.4000/primatologie.1762, 2013.