Sociality Project

Project Report Symposium: Sociality Project

Date 17th Mar., 2024 (Sun) 13:00-18:30
Venue Hybrid meeting (ILCAA and Zoom)
(Registration deadline:14th Mar.)
Program Kaori Kawai (ILCAA)
Opening remarks and introduction

Section I

Keiichi Omura (The Open University of Japan)
Ontology of sociality: Exploring the origin and evolution of human sociality through commensality of Inuit

Yuko Sugiyama (Hirosaki University)
The power of gazes from/to others and the generation of collective technology: Sociality supporting Chitemene cultivation

Toru Soga (Hirosaki University)
Sociality of pastoralists

Aya Kawai (ILCAA)
Economic changes and family/kinship relationships: A case study of the Batek people, hunter-gatherers living in Peninsular Malaysia

Section II

Yuji Takenoshita (Chubu Gakuin University)
Publicness and consideration in group living primates

Kaoru ADACHI (Kyoto Sangyo University)
Is ethnography of primatology possible?

Naofumi Nakagawa (Kyoto University)
Sociality in male patas monkeys

Yoshiki Morimitsu (University of Hyogo)
Seasonality and habitat utilization of Japanese macaque populations tracked by GPS transmitters: Inter-female distances

Kazuhide Hashiya (Kyushu University)
‘Early’ and ‘Late’ components: Bimodality in the emergence of behavioral characteristics in the development of human sociality

Yuriko Igarashi (Nihon University)
Population structures in the Jomon and Yayoi periods
 Section III(Comments and General discussion)
Comments: Ryoko Nishii (ILCAA)
David Sprague (National Agriculture and Food Research Organization)