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  TATEYAMA Hirokuni
   Department   Education Development and Learning Support Center
   Position   Associate Professor
■ Education
1. 〔Doctoral course〕, Department of Anthropology, University of British Columbia, Completed, Ph.D. in Anthropology
2. 〔Master degree program〕, Department of Anthropology, University of Nebraska - Lincoln, Completed, M.A. in Anthropology
3. Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Education, Kumamoto University, Graduated, Bachelor of Education
■ Academic and professional experience
1. 2013/04~ Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University Associate Professor
2. 2009/04~2013/03 Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University Assistant Professor
3. 2006/11~2009/03 Embassy of Japan in Papua New Guinea
■ Message
Be active in utilizing and making the most of the unprecedented multicultural environment you have at APU. Unleash your potential and make your dreams come true!
■ Current specialized field
Cultural anthropology, Area studies (Key Word:Pacific Islands, Papua New Guinea, Politics of Culture, Social Change and Cultural Continuity, Globalization and Identity, Anthropological Education at Pre-university Level) 
■ Books and theses
1. 2016/12 Article Ritual of Superiority: Tolai Tubuan Performance at the National Mask Festival in Papua New Guinea Journal de la Société des Océanistes (SCOPUS listed) 142-143,pp.21-36 (Single)  Link
2. 2021/03 Article The First-Year Seminar in the “With Corona” Era: A Case of Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University Ritsumeikan Higher Educational Studies pp.179-195 (Collaboration)  Link
3. 2014/03 Article Diverse Global Education in Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University Journal of the Japan Association for Developmental Education pp.29-36 (Collaboration)  Link
4. 2013/03 Article A Comparative Analysis of Student Assistant Systems in Universities in Japan and the United States Social System Studies pp.137-150 (Single)  Link
■ Academic or professional association memberships
1. 2020/10~ The Japanese Society of Cultural Anthropology Link
2. 2010/03~ Pacific History Association Link
3. 2009/11~ Japanese Society for Oceanic Studies Link
4. 1999/12~ Association for Social Anthropology in Oceania Link
■ Conference presentations
1. 2017/11/12 Beyond the Climate Refugee: A Historical Analysis of the Relocation of the Carteret Islanders of Papua New Guinea (15th Asia Pacific Conference: Global Perspectives in Changing Local Landscapes (Beppu, Japan))
2. 2016/06/18 Ritual of Superiority: Tolai Tubuan Performance at the National Mask Festival in Papua New Guinea (12th International Small Islands Cultures Conference (Naha, Japan))
3. 2016/01/26 Cultural Festival as Performative Event: The Case of the National Mask Festival in Papua New Guinea (RCAPS Current Research Seminar)
4. 2014/12/03 Remembering the Self-Reliant Self: Agency and Reflexivity in the Relocation of the Carteret Islanders of Papua New Guinea (Pacific History Association Conference 2014 (Taipei & Taitung, Taiwan))
5. 2012/12/07 Recovering Agency among "Climate Refugees": A Historical Analysis of the Relocation of the Carteret Islanders of Papua New Guinea (Pacific History Association Conference 2012 (Wellington, New Zealand))
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■ Research topic, funded research and KAKENHI
1. 2021~  Fundamental Research on the Introduction of Cultural Anthropology into High School Education  (Key Word : )
■ Qualification and licenses
1. 1995/03 Teaching Certificate (Mathematics)
■ Educational ability
● Made textbook and teaching material
1. 2021/04 Teaching materials for "Study Skills and Academic Writing (J)" in AY2021
2. 2020/04 Teaching materials for "Study Skills and Academic Writing (J)" in AY2020
3. 2019/04 Teaching materials for "Study Skills and Academic Writing (J)" in AY2019
4. 2018/04 Teaching materials for "Study Skills and Academic Writing (J)" in AY2018
5. 2017/04 Teaching materials for "Study Skills and Academic Writing (J)" in AY2017
● Matter that should be mentioned specially in others educational activity
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■ E-Mail address
  kyoin_mail
■ JSPS KAKENHI Grant Number
00550394
■ Researchmap researcher code
6000015714