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Public lecture

Public Lectures

Public Lecture 1: 100 years of Japanese Archaeology and Kyoto

Date & Time: August 28(Sun) 16:00-18:40
Place: Hardy Hall, Kambaikan, Doshisya University
Language: English we will provide simultaneous translation (from English to Japanese)
Program:

16:00 Opening address (Kazuo MIYAMOTO)

Session 1: 100years of Japanese Archaeology
16:05-16:25
The beginning of Modern Archeology in Japan and Japanese Archeology before the World War II
Kazuo MIYAMOTO; Professor, Faculty of Humanities, Kyushu University
16:25-16:45
Founding the Japanese Archaeological Association in 1948 and Japanese Archaeology of the Post-WWII Era
Hideshi ISHIKAWA; Professor, Department of Archaeology, Meiji University
16:45-17:05
Archaeological Administration and Japanese Archaeology
Yumiko NAKANISHI; Osaka Prefectural Board of Education
17:05-17:15 break time
17:15-17:35
The Ainu and Japanese Archaeology: A change of perspective
Hirofumi KATO; Professor of Archaeology, Center for Ainu & Indigenous Studies, Hokkaido University
17:35-17:55
After the Quakes: The Impact of disasters on Japanese archaeology and heritage management
Katsuyuki OKAMURA; Director of the Higashi-yodogawa archaeological research center , Osaka City Cultural Properties Association
17:55-18:00 Comment
Claire SMITH: Professor, Department of Archaeology, Flinders University.

Session 2 : Kyoto and Archaeology
18:00-18:20
Archaeological Studies and Educations of Universities in Kyoto
Takura IZUMI; Professor, Graduate School of Advanced Integrated Studies in Human Survivability, Kyoto University
18:20-18:40
Archaeological sites and System for Protecting Cultural Properties in Kyoto City
Toshio KAJIKAWA; Lector of Kyoto Women’s University and Kyoto University of Art & Design

Public Lecture 2: World’s Cultural Heritage and Current City

Date & Time: August 29(Mon) 19:00-20:30
Place: Hardy Hall, Kambaikan, Doshisya University
Language: English and Japanese
We will provide simultaneous translation (from English to Japanese, from Japanese to English)

Program:

19:00-19:05 Opening Address (Japanese)
19:05-19:25
Paris before Paris: from the Paleolithic to the Roman times
Jean-Paul DEMOULE; Professor of later European prehistory, Paris 1 University, France
19:25-19:45
How to Preserve and Represent the Ideology in the Ancient Urban Development of Gyeongju
Sung-Joo, LEE; Professor, Archaeology and Anthropology Department, Kyungpook National University, Republic of Korea
19:45-20:05
Recent situations and problems of the Protection system of Archaeological sites in Kyoto (Japanese)
Shin YOSHIZAKI; Investigation Section Manager of Kyoto City Archaeological Research Institute
20:05-20:15 Comment(Japanese)
Kunikazu YAMADA; Professor, Doshisya Women’s college of Liberal Arts
20:15-20:30 Discussion(English and Japanese)

Public Lecture 3: Disaster, Disaster Prevention and Archaeology

Date & Time: August 30(Mon) 19:00-20:30
Place: Hardy Hall, Kambaikan, Doshisya University
Language: English and Japanese
We will provide simultaneous translation (from English to Japanese, from Japanese to English)
Program:

19:00-19:05 Opening Address (Japanese)
19:05-19:25
Volcanic disaster and human resilience: the archaeological evidence from Tetimpa, Puebla, Mexico (English)
Gabriela Uruñuela Ladrón de Guevara and Patricia Plunket Nagoda; Professors of Archaeology in the department of Anthropology, Universidad de las Américas Puebla, Mexico
19:25-19:45
Disaster by Design? The archaeology and cultural effects of the 1986 Chernobyl Nuclear Accident (English)
Robert MAXWELL; the University of Sydney, Australia
19:45-20:05
How serious tsunami disasters in 2,000 and 1,150 yrBP impacted upon the local society? : A result of rescue excavations in Great East Japan Earthquake (Japanese)
Takumi FURUKAWA, Cultural Properties Division, Kyoto Prefectural Board of Education
20:05-20:15 Comments (Japanese)
Makoto TOMII, Assistant Professor, Center for Cultural Heritage Studies, Kyoto University
20:15-20:30 Discussion (Japanese)