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平成23年度人間文化研究総合推進事業 国際シンポジウム
“Rice and human migration in Asia”

このたび、総合地球環境学研究所の佐藤洋一郎を実施代表者として、国際シンポジウム“Rice and human migration in Asia”を下記の要領で開催いたします。


日  時: 2012年2月18日(土)13:30〜17:15
2012年2月19日(日) 9:30〜16:45
会  場: 総合地球環境学研究所 講演室 (アクセス)
言  語: 英語
実施代表者: 佐藤洋一郎(地球研)
【要 旨】
The farming/language dispersal hypothesis in his book First Farmer proposed by Peter Bellwood is highly discussed among archaeologists, linguists and geneticists. Osada and Sato of RIHN and others translated this book into Japanese. We, as translators, should follow the recent theoretical and data-based development of this hypothesis. We will invite Professor Peter Bellwood to talk about this hypothesis at RIHN. In this occasion we will organize the international symposium on rice (instead of farming in general) and human migration in Asia. (Organizers: Yo-Ichiro Sato and Toshiki Osada)
Saturday, 18 February 2012
13:30-13:45 Greeting from RIHN and the purpose of this symposium

Yo-Ichiro Sato (RIHN)

13:45-14:15“The farming/language dispersal hypothesis”

Peter Bellwood (Australian National University)

14:15-14:55“Austroasiatic migrations and the rice vocabulary”

Gerard Diffloth (Ecole Française d'Extreme-Orient (EFEO) Siem Reap)

14:55-15:35“Munda agriculture and the rice vocabulary”

Toshiki Osada (RIHN)

15:35-15:55Coffee Break
15:55-16:35“How wild rice had spread into Australia”

Ryuji Ishikawa(Hirosaki University)

16:35-17:15“Rice diversity in Eurasia: Interdisciplinary approach”

Yo-Ichiro Sato (RIHN)

Sunday, 19 February 2012
9:30-10:10“Recent work of the farming/language dispersal hypothesis as applied to mainland Asia: A review of papers presented at the Conference on Rice and Language Across Asia, Cornell University, October 2012.”

John Whitman (National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics)

10:10-10:50“Four phase theory on the development process of early Agriculture in the North-East Asia: focused on the spread of rice agriculture”

Kazuo Miyamoto (Kyushu University)

10:50-11:00Coffee Break
11:00-11:40“Human and rice dispersals on the Japanese periphery: The southern Ryukyus and the land of the Ainu”

Mark Hudoson (Nishikyushu University)

11:40-12:20“Relationships between population growth and the formation of Japanese population viewed from mitochondrial DNA analysis”

Kenichi Shinoda (National Museum of Nature and Science)

13:30-14:10“Cultural contacts in Northeast Asia 1000 years ago -- Agricultural perspective”

Zhijun Zhao (Institute of Archaeology, Chinese Academy of Social Science)

14:10-14:50“Farming tools, crops and inter-regional social relations in Prehistoric Mainland China.”

Keisuke Makibayashi (RIHN)

14:50-15:15Coffee Break