2018/06/13
【2018/07/17】8th Colloquium of Natural History of Landscape Formation

The 8th Colloquium of Natural History of Landscape Formation will be held at #318, Inamori Memorial Foundation Building (third floor), Kyoto University on 17th (Tuesday) July 2018. This time Prof. Maitseo Bolaane from Department of History, University of Botswana and Ms. Dineo Peke, a PhD candidate will give us a talk.   This is an admission-free seminar. Researvation is not required for participating in it. We are looking forward to seeing you there!   8th Colloquium of Natural History of Landscape Formation   【Date】 17th July 2018 (Tuesday) 15:00-17:00 (Reception will open on 14:30)   【Venue】 #318, Inamori Memorial Foundation Building (third floor), Kyoto University http://www.asafas.kyoto-u.ac.jp/en/about/access   【Schedule】   15:00-15:10 […]

2018/06/01
【2018/06/29】7th Colloquium of Natural History of Landscape Formation

I am pleased to inform you that the 7th Colloquium of Natural History of Landscape Formation will be held at #318, Inamori Memorial Foundation Building (third floor), Kyoto University on 29th (Friday) June 2018. This time Dr. Mattia Fumanti from Department of Social Anthropology, University of St Andrews will give us a talk. This is an admission-free seminar. Researvation is not required for participating in it. We are looking forward to seeing you there!   7th Colloquium of Natural History of Landscape Formation 【Date】 29th June 2018 (Friday) 15:00-17:00 (Reception will open on 14:30) 【Venue】 #318, Inamori Memorial Foundation Building (third floor), Kyoto University http://www.asafas.kyoto-u.ac.jp/en/about/access 【Schedule】 15:00-15:10 Introduction Akira Takada […]

2018/03/07
6th Colloquium of Natural History of Landscape Formation

6th Colloquium of Natural History of Landscape Formation 5th March 2018 (Monday) 15:00-17:00 (Reception will open on 14:30) Middle conference room, Inamori Memorial Foundation Building (third floor), Kyoto University https://www.asafas.kyoto-u.ac.jp/about/access 15:00-15:10 Introduction Akira Takada (Graduate School of Asian and African Area Studies (ASAFAS), Kyoto University) 15:10-16:30 Framing Future Africa: A report on new collaborative research in the programme “Future rural Africa: future-making and social-ecological transformation” Thomas Widlok(University of Cologne) Abstract: This presentation provides a short summary of a new collaborative research center (CRC) that has recently been launched at the University of Cologne (https://www.crc228.de/) and it reports some preliminary findings on the role of framing the future in processes of […]

2017/04/05
【2017/04/03】5th Colloquium of Natural History of Landscape Formation

I am pleased to inform you that the 5th Colloquium of Natural History of Landscape Formation had held at #318, Inamori Memorial Foundation Building (third floor), Kyoto University on 3rd (Monday) April 2017. The Colloquium of Natural History of Landscape Formation is set up for exploring into the interelated two research questions, namely, (1) how hunter-gatherers and the neighboring agro-pastoralists in the world have interacted with each other, and (2) how those peopoles have constructed their collective identities. We thus invite distinguished researchers, who are promoting relevant studies to our research questions to give us a talk on their works. 5th Colloquium of Natural History of Landscape Formation 【Date】 3rd April […]

2017/02/06
【2017/02/03】4th Colloquium of Natural History of Landscape Formation

I am pleased to inform you that the 4th Colloquium of Natural History of Landscape Formation had held at #318, Inamori Memorial Foundation Building (third floor), Kyoto University on 3rd (Friday) February 2017. The Colloquium of Natural History of Landscape Formation is set up for exploring into the interelated two research questions, namely, (1) how hunter-gatherers and the neighboring agro-pastoralists in the world have interacted with each other, and (2) how those peopoles have constructed their collective identities. We thus invite distinguished researchers, who are promoting relevant studies to our research questions to give us a talk on their works. 4th Colloquium of Natural History of Landscape Formation 【Date】 3rd February […]

2017/01/30
【2017/01/26】3rd Colloquium of Natural History of Landscape Formation

I am pleased to inform you that the 3rd Colloquium of Natural History of Landscape Formation had held at #318, Inamori Memorial Foundation Building (third floor), Kyoto University on 26th (Thursday) January 2017. The Colloquium of Natural History of Landscape Formation is set up for exploring into the interelated two research questions, namely, (1) how hunter-gatherers and the neighboring agro-pastoralists in the world have interacted with each other, and (2) how those peopoles have constructed their collective identities. We thus invite distinguished researchers, who are promoting relevant studies to our research questions to give us a talk on their works. 3rd Colloquium of Natural History of Landscape Formation 【Date】 26th […]

2016/12/21
【2016/12/17】2nd Colloquium of Natural History of Landscape Formation

2nd Colloquium of Natural History of Landscape Formation   I am pleased to inform you that the 2nd Colloquium of Natural History of Landscape Formation had held at Inamori Memorial Foundation Building, Kyoto University on 17th (Saturday) December 2016. The Colloquium of Natural History of Landscape Formation is set up for exploring into the interrelated two research questions, namely, (1) how hunter-gatherers and the neighboring agro-pastoralists in the world have interacted with the surrounding environment, and (2) how those peoples have constructed their collective identities. We thus invite distinguished researchers, who are promoting relevant studies to our research questions to give us a talk on their works.   2nd Colloquium […]

2016/08/30
【2016/06/28】1st Colloquium of Natural History of Landscape Formation

I am pleased to inform you that the 1st Colloquium of Natural History of Landscape Formation had held at #318, Inamori Memorial Foundation Building (third floor), Kyoto University on 28th (Tuesday) June 2016. This time we invited Dr./Junior Professor of Anthropology, Michaela Pelican <http://www.michaela-pelican.com/> from the Department of Cultural and Social Anthropology, University of Cologne. The Colloquium of Natural History of Landscape Formation is set up for exploring into the interelated two research questions, namely, (1) how hunter-gatherers and the neighboring agro-pastoralists in the world have interacted with each other, and (2) how those peopoles have constructed their collective identities. We thus invite distinguished researchers, who are promoting relevant studies […]