Sociality Project・ILCAA・TUFiSCo・Yoshida Project

Fieldnet Lounge 2022 “How do we do fieldwork? :Collective dialogue among primatologist, linguist, historian, and anthropologist”

Date: 9th Jan., 2023 (Mon.) 13:00~16:00
Venue: Online meeting (Zoom)
Language: Japanese
Admission: Free
Registration: Please visit the link here
Registration deadline is 7th Jan.(Sat.).
13:00~13:05Greeting from fieldnet
Haruka Taniguchi (ILCAA) “Opening remarks”
Part1: Fieldwork methods in each discipline
Fieldwork methods in primatology
13:05-13:25 Haruka Taniguchi (ILCAA)
How do Japanese monkey infants pass the winter in the snow-covered area?
13:25-13:45 Hideki Sugiura (Wildlife research center, Kyoto university)
Studying vocal exchange in Japanese monkeys in the field
Fieldwork methods in linguistics
13:45-14:00 Hayato Aoi (Tokyo university of foreign studies)
How they articulate the vowel: An instrumental phonetic fieldwork in Tarama village, Miyako county, Okinawa, Japan
14:00-14:15 Makoto Furumoto (ILCAA)
An introduction to the field research of the rural Swahili dialects in Zanzibar
Fieldwork methods in history
14:20-14:40 Madoka Morita (ILCAA)
Diving into a sea of historical records: My sojourn in Istanbul
Fieldwork methods in anthropology
14:40-15:00 Yutaka Yoshida (ILCAA)
Doing my ethnographic fieldwork with Kenyan deaf/hearing people
Part2:Collective dialogue across discipline
15:10-16:00 Question and Discussion
Advisor:Kaoru Adachi (Kyoto Sangyo University)
Co-sponsored: Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (S) “The Origin and Evolution of Sociality: Developing new theories of human evolution based on collaboration between anthropology and primatology”



Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C) “Ethnographic research using visual methods on interactional events among deaf and hearing people in Kenya” (Principal Investigator: Yutaka Yoshida)