National Museum of Ethnology
ACADEMIC FIELD & RESEARCH
I specialize in cultural anthropology, peace studies, and Oceania area studies. I am researching the dynamic relationship between peace and violence.
RESEARCH FIELD (FIELD SITE, LOCATION OF RESEARCH)
The Solomon Islands (Honiara and Guadalcanal Island)
- Fujii S. An Ethnography of Peace Generated: The “Ethnic Tension” and Ordinarity in Solomon Islands. Osaka University Press, 2021. (Japanese)
- Fujii S. The truth commission and indigenous conflict resolution in Solomon islands: Strained relations between global and local norms on statement taking of experiences under the conflict. Japanese Journal of Cultural Anthropology, 82: 509-525, 2018. (Japanese)
- Fujii S. How did Solomon islanders live with conflict?: A case study of daily life in northeastern guadalcanal, Solomon islands. People and Culture in Oceania, 30: 21-40, 2015.
- Fujii S. The scope of ‘anthropology of peace’: A case study of “ethnic tension” in the Solomon islands. Annals of Human Sciences, 35: 107-126, 2014. (Japanese)
- Fujii S. Why the government is accused?: Examining the traditional conflict resolutions in Solomon islands. Conflict Studies in the Humanities, 4: 155-175, 2012. (Japanese)
My current work explores the intersection of peace theory and exchange theory from the perspective of Melanesian anthropology.