日時:2016年8月23日(火)13時~18時 場所:京都大学文学部第8講義室
   2016年8月31日(水)17時~19時 場所:京都大学文学部第8講義室

International Archaeology Workshop
(Department of Archaeology, Kyoto University, Japan)
International Perspectives in East Asian Archaeology Ⅱ

Tuesday, August 23, 2016
Lecture Room 8 (Graduate school of Letters, Kyoto University)

13:00-13:10 Opening Remarks
Session 1 Prehistory
Chair:Yasuhiro TAKAGI(Kyoto University)
13:10-13:30 Syota KOIZUMI (Kyoto University)
        Transactions and migrations in late Jomon period

13:30-13:50 Takuya ASAI (Doshisya University)
        Basic research of the place of origin in KANAYAMA.

13:50-14:10 YANING WANG (Kyoto University)
        A New Analytical Method Applied to Old Data: Reconstruction of Microtopography in Southern Okayama During the Period of State Formation in Japan

14:10-14:30 kousuke SAKAGAWA (Kyoto University)
        The intermigration in the eastern Eurasian steppe: focusing on the belt ornaments

Poster Session
Takuya ASAI (Doshisya University)
     Does stone tools production suggest different traditions of knappers?

Kazuyo NISHIHARA (Kyoto University)
     Baskets in Prehistoric Japan: Techniques of Basket Use and Basketry

WOOYOUNG CHANG (Kyoto University)
     Possibility of the Tsunami in the east coast of the Korean peninsula

Taichi KURONUMA (Tokyo Metropolitan University)
     Integrating unpublished records and museum collections: re-evaluating the cemeteries at Naqada in Upper Egypt, excavated in late 19th century

Atushi UEMINE (Kyoto University)
  Some changes in the behavior of the hunter-gatherer in Japanese archipelago by the obsidian studies of systematic chemical sourcing and archaeological observation

Session 2 Historic Archaeology
Chair: YANING WANG (Kyoto University)
15:30-15-50 Kentaro KATAYAMA (Kyoto University)
       An Examination of Migrations and Social Mobility in the Kofun Period

15:50-16:10 James Scott Lyons (UC Berkeley)
       Technological Choices in a Medieval Japanese Sword

16:10-16:30 Taichi KURONUMA (Tokyo Metropolitan University)
       Social background of the large tombs in Protohistoric Egypt –A review of the tomb development in the state formative period

16:30-16:50 Marjorie Burge (UC Berkeley)

16:50-17:10 Toshio KAJIKAWA (Lector of Kyoto Women’s University and Kyoto University of Art & Design )
       Archaeological sites and System for Protecting Cultural Properties in Kyoto City

17:10-17:30 Hideo YOSHII(Kyoto University)
The critical study about the artifacts gathered by the archaeological department of Kyoto Imperial University from 1909 to 1945

17:30-17:50 Closing Remarks

18:00 Reception

Thursday, August 31, 2016
Lecture Room 8 (Graduate school of Letters, Kyoto University)


17:00-17:10 Opening Remarks

Session 3 Prehistory
Chair:Atsuhi UEMINE

17:10-17:30 Katarina Petriscakova (The City of Prague Museum, Department of Archaeology)
       Reflection of economic activities in the burial rites of the Late Stone Age in Central Europe: Use-wear analysis of flint tools from graves of the Corded Ware Culture.

17:30-17:50 Rositsa Hristova(Kyongbook National University)
Archaeological excavations led by Thracian Highway Construction in Southeast Bulgaria and their contributions to the clarification of the Late Bronze Age burial practices

17:50-18:10 Sewon Jeon(Kyongbook National University)
       Reconsideration of the settlement chronology from proto-historic to historic period in Honam area

18:10-18:30 Sungjoo Lee(Kyonbook National University)
Recent Discoveries in Silla settlement Archaeology and Historiography

18:30-18:50 Kousuke TSURUGI (Kyoto University)
       Changes of Acquisition Strategy of Wood Resources: Focusing on Shovels in Yayoi and Kofun Period

18:50-19:10 Christopher Lowman (UC Berkeley)
  Collectors of Ainu Artifacts for the Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology, Berkeley

19:10-19:20 Closing Remarks

19:30 Reception