Researcher Database

Hirofumi Kato
Center for Ainu and Indigenous Studies
Professor

Researcher Profile and Settings

Affiliation

  • Center for Ainu and Indigenous Studies

Job Title

  • Professor

Degree

  • Master of Letters(University of Tsukuba): 1994 March(University of Tsukuba)

URL

J-Global ID

Profile

  • Detailed information see to Personal Home Page: https://www.hirofumi-kato.com.

Research Interests

  • Anthropology of the North   Cultural Study of Northern Peoples   Archaeology of North Asia   Indigenous Heritage and Intellectual property Issues   Indigenous archaeology   Indigenous studies   

Research Areas

  • Humanities & social sciences / Archaeology / Indigenous archaeolohu
  • Humanities & social sciences / Cultural anthropology and folklore / Indigenous studies
  • Life sciences / Applied anthropology / Public anthropology

Academic & Professional Experience

  • 2022/04 - Today JSPS Research Center for Science Systems Program Officer
  • 2021/04 - Today Global Institution for Collaborative Research and Education Global Station for Indigenous Studies and Cultural Diversity Director
  • 2021/04 - Today Slavic-Eurasian Research Center, Hokkaido University Joint Researcher
  • 2020/04 - Today Hokkaido University Center for Ainu & Indigenous Studies Director
  • 2019/06 - Today Hokkaido University Russian Joint Office in Moscow between Hokkaido University and Moscow State University Director
  • 2019/04 - Today Hokkaido Museum of Northern Peoples Research collaborator
  • 2018/09 - Today Irkutsk State University Honorary Professor
  • 2018/04 - Today Hokkaido University Slavic-Eurasian Research Center Steering committee member
  • 2016/04 - Today Hokkaido University Arctic Research Centre External staff
  • 2014/10 - Today Uppsala University Department of Archaeology and Ancient History Visiting Professor
  • 2014/10 - Today University of Oxford Centre for Asian Archaeology, Art and Culture Visiting scholar
  • 2014/04 - Today Hokkaido University Slavic-Eurasia Research Centre Board of Associate
  • 2010/10 - Today Hokkaido University Center for Ainu & Indigenous studies professor
  • 2000/10 - Today National Museum of Ethnology, Japan Joint Rsearcher
  • 2007/04 - 2010/09 Hokkaido University Graduate school of letters Associate professor
  • 2001/04 - 2007/03 Hokkaido university Graduate school of letters Associate professor
  • 2000/04 - 2001/03 The University of Shimane The Northeast Research Center Assistant professor
  • 1997/04 - 2000/03 University of Tsukuba Graduate school of Area Studies Research fellow
  • 1994/04 - 1997/03 Japan Society for the Promotion of Science Doctoral Research Fellow

Education

  •        - 1997  University of Tsukuba
  •        - 1985  Sapporo University  Faculty of Foreign Languages  Department of Russian

Association Memberships

  • アメリカ考古学会   世界考古学会議   東アジア考古学会   第四紀学会   北海道考古学会   日本考古学協会   考古学研究会   Society of American Archaeology   World Archaeological Congress   Society of East Asian Archaeology   The Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association   Japan Association for Quaternary Research   Association of Hokkaido Archaeology   Association of Japanese Archaeology   

Research Activities

Published Papers

  • Rick J. Schulting, Daisuke Kubo, Kiyonori Nishida, Izumi Braddick, Minoru Yoneda, Hirofumi Kato, Hajime Ishida
    International Journal of Paleopathology 38 107 - 114 1879-9817 2022/09 [Refereed]
  • 加藤 博文
    月刊 海洋 (620) 332 - 339 2022/07 [Refereed][Invited]
  • Reconsideration for the Cultural Thoery of the Northern Peoples by Dr Taryo Obayashi
    KATO Hirofumi
    Taryo Obayashi: His Scholarship and Northern Cultures Studies 47 - 56 2022/03
  • KATO Hirofumi
    Journal of Ainu and Indigenous Studies (2) 31 - 56 2022/03 [Refereed]
  • Peter Jordan, Irina Y. Ponkratova, Viktor M. Dyakonov, Elena N. Solovyova, Toshiro Yamahara, Hirofumi Kato, Marjolein Admiraal
    Maritime Prehistory of Northeast Asia 315 - 345 2524-7468 2022
  • Ari Junno, Hiroko Ono, Yu Hirasawa, Hirofumi Kato, Peter D. Jordan, Tetsuya Amano, Sven Isaksson
    Quaternary International 1040-6182 2021/12 [Refereed]
  • Takumi Tsutaya, Tomonari Takahashi, Takayuki Omori, Kohei Yamazaki, Takao Sato, Minoru Yoneda, Rick J. Schulting, Hirofumi Kato, Andrzej W. Weber
    Quaternary International 1040-6182 2021/12 [Refereed]
  • Takehiro Sato, Noboru Adachi, Ryosuke Kimura, Kazuyoshi Hosomichi, Minoru Yoneda, Hiroki Oota, Atsushi Tajima, Atsushi Toyoda, Hideaki Kanzawa-Kiriyama, Hiromi Matsumae, Kae Koganebuchi, Kentaro K Shimizu, Ken-ichi Shinoda, Tsunehiko Hanihara, Andrzej Weber, Hirofumi Kato, Hajime Ishida
    Genome Biology and Evolution 13 (9) 2021/09/01 [Refereed]
     
    Abstract Recent studies on paleogenomics have reported some Paleolithic and Neolithic genomes that have provided new insights into the human population history in East and Northeast Asia. However, there remain some cases where more recent migration events need to be examined to elucidate the detailed formation process of local populations. Although the area around northern Japan is one of the regions archaeologically suggested to have been affected by migration waves after the Neolithic period, the genetic source of these migrations are still unclear. Thus, genomic data from such past migrant populations would be highly informative to clarify the detailed formation process of local populations in this region. Here, we report the genome sequence of a 900-year-old adult female (NAT002) belonging to the prehistoric Okhotsk people, who have been considered to be the past migrants to northern Japan after the Neolithic period. We found a close relationship between NAT002 and modern Lower Amur populations and past admixture events between the Amur, Jomon, and Kamchatka ancestries. The admixture dating suggested migration of Amur-related ancestry at approximately 1,600 BP, which is compatible with the archaeological evidence regarding the settlement of the Okhotsk people. Our results also imply migration of Kamchatka-related ancestry at approximately 2,000 BP. In addition, human leukocyte antigen (HLA) typing detected the HLA-B*40 allele, which is reported to increase the risk of arthritis, suggesting the genetic vulnerability of NAT002 to hyperostosis, which was observed around her chest clavicle.
  • Ari Junno, Jack P.R. Dury, Christian Leipe, Mayke Wagner, Pavel E. Tarasov, Yu Hirasawa, Peter D. Jordan, Hirofumi Kato
    Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 36 102867 - 102867 2352-409X 2021/04 [Refereed]
  • 加藤 博文
    アイヌ・先住民研究 (1) 121 - 143 2021/03 [Refereed][Not invited]
  • Harry K. Robson, Alexandre Lucquin, Kevin Gibbs, Hayley Saul, Tetsuhiro Tomoda, Yu Hirasawa, Toshiro Yamahara, Hirofumi Kato, Sven Isaksson, Oliver E. Craig, Peter D. Jordan
    Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 60 101225 - 101225 0278-4165 2020/12 [Refereed][Not invited]
  • Ari Junno, Sven Isaksson, Yu Hirasawa, Hirofumi Kato, Peter D. Jordan
    ARCHAEOLOGICAL RESEARCH IN ASIA 22 2352-2267 2020/06 [Refereed][Not invited]
     
    Hamanaka 2 is a multi-phase coastal site in Rebun Island with a similar to 3000-year occupation sequence extending from the final-stage Jomon and Okhotsk to the Ainu Culture period (1050 BCE-1850 CE). To examine long-term trends in food processing at the site, we collected 66 ceramic sherds across six distinct cultural layers from the Final Jomon to the Late Okhotsk period for lipid residue analysis. Given the site's beachfront location in an open bay, with ready access to abundant maritime resources, we predicted that the pottery would consistently have been used to process aquatic resources throughout all cultural periods. Though aquatic lipids dominated across the site sequence, the history of pottery use at the site proved more complex. Evidence of plant processing was found in all cultural phases, and from the Epi-Jomon/Late Final Jomon transition onwards 30% of the vessels were being used to process mixed dishes that combined both marine and terrestrial resources. By the start of the Okhotsk phase, separate sets of resources were being processed in different pots, suggesting functional differentiation in the use of pottery, and the rise of new kinds of cuisine - including the processing of millet. We tentatively explain these results as a consequence of the growing incorporation of Rebun Island into wider regional trade and interaction networks, which brought new kinds of resources and different social dynamics to Northern Hokkaido in the Late Holocene.
  • Takumi Tsutaya, Meaghan Mackie, Claire Koenig, Takao Sato, Andrzej W. Weber, Hirofumi Kato, Jesper Olsen, Enrico Cappellini
    SCIENTIFIC REPORTS 9 2045-2322 2019/09 [Refereed][Not invited]
     
    Accurate postmortem estimation of breastfeeding status for archaeological or forensic neonatal remains is difficult. Confident identification of milk-specific proteins associated with these remains would provide direct evidence of breast milk consumption. We used liquid chromatography coupled to tandem mass spectrometry (MS) to confidently identify beta-lactoglobulin-1 (LGB1) and whey acidic protein (WAP), major whey proteins associated with a neonatal dog (Canis lupus familiaris) skeleton (430-960 cal AD), from an archaeological site in Hokkaido, Japan. The age at death of the individual was estimated to be approximately two weeks after birth. Protein residues extracted from rib and vertebra fragments were analyzed and identified by matching tandem MS spectra against the dog reference proteome. A total of 200 dog protein groups were detected and at least one peptide from canine LGB1 and two peptides from canine WAP were confidently identified. These milk proteins most probably originated from the mother's breast milk, ingested by the neonate just before it died. We suggest the milk diffused outside the digestive apparatus during decomposition, and, by being absorbed into the bones, it partially preserved. The result of this study suggests that proteomic analysis can be used for postmortem reconstruction of the breastfeeding status at the time of death of neonatal mammalian, by analyzing their skeletal archaeological remains. This method is also applicable to forensic and wildlife studies.
  • 加藤博文
    学士會会報 (936) 59 - 64 2019 [Refereed][Not invited]
  • Takumi Tsutaya, Tomonari Takahashi, Rick J. Schulting, Takao Sato, Minoru Yoneda, Hirofumi Kato, Andrzej W. Weber
    JOURNAL OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL SCIENCE-REPORTS 20 626 - 633 2352-409X 2018/08 [Refereed][Not invited]
     
    Gelatin extracted from archaeological fish bones typically exhibits relatively high C/N ratios, presumed to be caused by contamination with lipids or humic substances. The effects of lipid extraction and different collagen extraction methods applied has been studied on modern fish bones but has never been studied systematically on archaeological specimens because of taphonomic and experimental reasons. In this study, the effects of lipid extraction and order of NaOH treatment in collagen extraction method on carbon and nitrogen stable isotope analysis of archaeological fish bone (n = 30) excavated from the Hamanaka 2 site, Hokkaido, Japan (approximately 8th BC-10th AD) is investigated. Gelatin extracted from the same fish bone subsamples with or without lipid extraction procedure indicates neither significant nor systematic differences in carbon and nitrogen stable isotope ratios, elemental concentrations, C/N ratios, and yield. However, reproducibility of stable isotope ratios and elemental concentrations decrease in gelatin extracted from poorly-preserved cod bones (< 3.5% yield). Gelatin extracted from archaeological fish bones may contain humic contaminants, and its effect becomes greater in gelatin with lower extraction yield. Although there is no significant change in the stable isotope and C/N ratios, change in atomic concentration of carbon and nitrogen suggests that the purity of extracted gelatin increases when NaOH treatment is applied after decalcification. Because this is only a study from one archaeological site, further case studies that evaluate lipids and diagenesis in fish bones are required.
  • Christian Leipe, Stefanie Mueller, Konrad Hille, Hirofumi Kato, Franziska Kobe, Mareike Schmidt, Konrad Seyffert, Robert Spengler, Mayke Wagner, Andrzej W. Weber, Pavel E. Tarasov
    QUATERNARY SCIENCE REVIEWS 193 129 - 144 0277-3791 2018/08 [Refereed][Not invited]
     
    This study presents a high-resolution, chronologically well-constrained pollen record from Lake Kushu (45 degrees 25'58"N, 141 degrees 02'05"E) and a record of archaeobotanical remains from the nearby Hamanaka 2 archaeological site. The pollen record suggests continuous long-term cooling, which parallels the decline in Northern Hemisphere summer insolation. This cooling trend is overlaid by several rather quick transitions towards cooler conditions (ca. 5540/5350, 1550, and 390 cal BP) and one distinct decadalscale cold event around 4130 cal BP. These shifts, on one hand, correspond with major hemispherical or global-scale climate transitions/events, including the 'Holocene Climate Transition', the onset of the 'Dark Ages Cold Period' main phase, the 'Little Ice Age', and the '4.2 kiloyear event', respectively. On the other hand, the shifts partly coincide with transformations in the Hokkaido prehistoric cultural sequence including the onset of the Middle Jomon (ca. 5000 cal BP), the Middle/Late Jomon transition (ca. 4000 cal BP), the immigration of Okhotsk culture groups (from ca. 1500 cal BP), and the establishment of the Classic Ainu culture (ca. 350 cal BP). AMS radiocarbon dating of charred macrobotanical remains from Hamanaka 2 suggests three discontinuous occupational periods ca. 390-50 BCE, 420-970 CE, and from 1640 CE, which correspond to the northern Hokkaido Epi Jomon (ca. 300-100 BCE), Okhotsk (ca. 500 1000 CE), and Classic Ainu (ca. 1600-1868 CE) cultural phases, respectively. While impact on the island's natural environments (forest clearance) was marginal during the Epi Jomon phase, it became significant during the Okhotsk and the Classic Ainu culture phases. (C) 2018 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
  • Reading the History of Ainu Ethnogenesis: The History of Hokkaido as Seen from Rebun Island
    KATO Hirofumi
    An Introduction to Ainu Studies, Center for Ainu & Indigenous Studies 49 - 60 2018/03 [Not refereed][Invited]
  • Sean C. Lynch, Hirofumi Kato, Andrzej W. Weber
    JOURNAL OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL SCIENCE-REPORTS 17 1007 - 1017 2352-409X 2018/02 [Refereed][Not invited]
     
    Hokkaido obsidian sources have been widely exploited by hunter-gatherer groups in Northeast Asia since the Upper Paleolithic (similar to 30,000 cal. BP). Rebun Island is located 50 km from the northwest tip of Hokkaido in the Sea of Japan. Given that obsidian does not occur naturally on Rebun Island, all obsidian materials found there are the result prehistoric transportation of these resources. Examination of 133 obsidian artifacts collected from excavations on Rebun Island employing portable X-ray fluorescence (pXRF) provides data for assessment of obsidian resource use during the Middle Jomon, Epi-Jomon, and Okhotsk periods on Rebun Island. Previously published data are also consulted for the Late and Final Jomon, and Epi-Jomon period on Rebun Island. The findings of this study suggest that the most prevalent changes in obsidian resource use on Rebun Island occur between the Middle and Late Jomon periods, and the Late Jomon and Okhotsk periods. These results demonstrate that variation in obsidian resource use during these periods is closely associated with patterns of culture change, in Hokkaido, and on Rebun Island. (c) 2016 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
  • Hirofumi Kato
    Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology 1 - 15 2018 [Refereed][Not invited]
  • Kevin Gibbs, Sven Isaksson, Oliver E. Craig, Alexandre Lucquin, Vyacheslav A. Grishchenko, Tom F. G. Farrell, Anu Thompson, Hirofumi Kato, Alexander A. Vasilevski, Peter D. Jordan
    ANTIQUITY 91 (360) 1484 - 1500 0003-598X 2017/12 [Refereed][Not invited]
     
    The Neolithic in north-east Asia is defined by the presence of ceramic containers, rather than agriculture, among hunter-gatherer communities. The role of pottery in such groups has, however, hitherto been unclear. This article presents the results of organic residue analysis of Neolithic pottery from Sakhalin Island in the Russian Far East. Results indicate that early pottery on Sakhalin was used for the processing of aquatic species, and that its adoption formed part of a wider Neolithic transition involving the reorientation of local lifeways towards the exploitation of marine resources.
  • Christian Leipe, Elena A. Sergusheva, Stefanie Muller, Robert N. Spengler, Tomasz Goslar, Hirofumi Kato, Mayke Wagner, Andrzej W. Weber, Pavel E. Tarasov
    PLOS ONE 12 (3) 1932-6203 2017/03 [Refereed][Not invited]
     
    This paper discusses archaeobotanical remains of naked barley recovered from the Okhotsk cultural layers of the Hamanaka 2 archaeological site on Rebun Island, northern Japan. Calibrated ages (68% confidence interval) of the directly dated barley remains suggest that the crop was used at the site ca. 440-890 cal yr AD. Together with the finds from the Oumu site (north-eastern Hokkaido Island), the recovered seed assemblage marks the oldest well -documented evidence for the use of barley in the Hokkaido Region. The archaeobotanical data together with the results of a detailed pollen analysis of contemporaneous sediment layers from the bottom of nearby Lake Kushu point to low-level food production, including cultivation of barley and possible management of wild plants that complemented a wide range of foods derived from hunting, fishing, and gathering. This qualifies the people of the Okhotsk culture as one element of the long-term and spatially broader Holocene hunter gatherer cultural complex (including also Jomon, Epi-Jomon, Satsumon, and Ainu cultures) of the Japanese archipelago, which may be placed somewhere between the traditionally accepted boundaries between foraging and agriculture. To our knowledge, the archaeobotanical assemblages from the Hokkaido Okhotsk culture sites highlight the north-eastern limit of prehistoric barley dispersal. Seed morphological characteristics identify two different barley phenotypes in the Hokkaido Region. One compact type (naked barley) associated with the Okhotsk culture and a less compact type (hulled barley) associated with Early Middle Satsumon culture sites. This supports earlier suggestions that the "Satsumon type" barley was likely propagated by the expansion of the Yayoi culture via south-western Japan, while the "Okhotsk type" spread from the continental Russian Far East region, across the Sea of Japan. After the two phenotypes were independently introduced to Hokkaido, the boundary between both barley domains possibly existed ca. 600-1000 cal yr AD across the island region. Despite a large body of studies and numerous theoretical and conceptual debates, the question of how to differentiate between hunter gatherer and farming economies persists reflecting the wide range of dynamic subsistence strategies used by humans through the Holocene. Our current study contributes to the ongoing discussion of this important issue.
  • KATO Hirofumi
    Japanese Journal of Archaeology 4 (2) 185 - 190 2017/03 [Refereed][Not invited]
  • Hirofumi Kato
    Archaeologies of "Us" and "Them": Debating History, Heritage and Indigeneity 218 - 231 2017/01/01 [Refereed][Not invited]
  • Fedora I. Khenzykhenova, Alexander A. Shchetnikov, Takao Sato, Margarita A. Erbajeva, Elena Y. Semenei, Ekaterina A. Lipnina, Kunio Yoshida, Hirofumi Kato, Ivan I. Filinov, Erdem G. Tumurov, Nadezhda Alexeeva, Dmitry N. Lokhov
    QUATERNARY INTERNATIONAL 425 16 - 27 1040-6182 2016/12 [Refereed][Not invited]
     
    Integrated studies of the geological context and fauna of Palaeolithic sites made it possible to reconstruct climate and environments of Baikal Siberia during MIS 3 - MIS 2. The main constituents of the faunal assemblages are small mammals which are a reliable bioindicator of landscapes and climates of the past. In the Fore-Baikal area, fauna recovered from archaeological sites presents a mixture of ecological indicators, its components presently inhabiting different natural zones. The sediments studied at the Bol'shoi Naryn and Gerasimov's sites and dated to MIS 3 yielded fauna with a large proportion of tundra species; its composition suggests mosaic landscapes of tundra-forest-meadow-steppes and a cold humid climate at the time of human habitation. Fauna from the Malta site (MIS 2) is indicative of tundra-steppe and harsh climate at the beginning of the Sartan glaciation. Evidence from the end of the Pleistocene and postglacial, indicates the climate becoming warmer and wetter. Tundra animals are absent from MIS 3 sites of Transbaikalia. According to faunal evidence, dry steppe and arid climates existed at the early Sartan (MIS 2), and taiga animal species appeared and increased in importance towards the end of Pleistocene, when the forests had wide distribution. Fauna from MIS 3 sites in the southwestern Baikal area (Near-Baikal area) is similar to Transbaikalia, lacking tundra species and dominated by indicators of dry steppe and arid climates. The southwestern Baikal is more similar to Fore-Baikal area, both having a higher proportion of forest species than in Transbaikalian assemblages. The fauna distribution displays features of mosaic landscapes with distinctly identified zones: forest-and meadow-steppe along rivers, and dry steppe and semi-desert on south-facing slopes of mountains. The climate was milder than in the Transbaikal and warmer than in the Fore-Baikal area. Unfortunately, we have little data on the fauna of MIS 2. (C) 2016 Elsevier Ltd and INQUA. All rights reserved.
  • Stefanie Mueller, Mareike Schmidt, Annette Kossler, Christian Leipe, Tomohisa Irino, Masanobu Yamamoto, Hitoshi Yonenobu, Tomasz Goslar, Hirofumi Kato, Mayke Wagner, Andrzej W. Weber, Pavel E. Tarasov
    HOLOCENE 26 (10) 1646 - 1660 0959-6836 2016/10 [Refereed][Not invited]
     
    Rebun Island with Hamanaka and Funadomari among the 43 documented archaeological sites and the environmental archive stored in the Lake Kushu sediment proves to be one of the key areas to study the interplay between ecology, climate and human activities. This paper focuses on the potential of palaeobotanical records from Rebun Island for improving the chronological control and understanding of late Quaternary climate changes and habitation environments of northern hunter-gatherers in the Hokkaido Region of Japan. A set of 57 radiocarbon dates of the RK12 core (Lake Kushu) demonstrates that it represents a continuous environmental archive covering the last c. 17,000years. The RK12 pollen record reflects distinct vegetation changes associated with the onset of the lateglacial warming about 15,000 cal. yr BP and the cold climate reversal after c. 13,000 cal. yr BP. The onset of the current Holocene interglacial after c. 11,700 cal. yr BP is marked by a major spread of trees. The middle Holocene (c. 8000-4000 cal. yr BP) is characterized by a major spread of deciduous oak in the vegetation cover reflecting a temperature increase. A decline of oak and spread of fir and pine is recorded at c. 2000 cal. yr BP. After c. 1100 cal. yr BP, arboreal pollen percentages decrease, possibly linked to intensified usage of wood during the Okhotsk and Ainu culture periods. The results of diatom analysis suggest marshy or deltaic environments at the RK12 coring site prior to c. 10,500 cal. yr BP and a brackish lagoon between c. 10,500 and 7000 cal. yr BP. A freshwater lake developed after 6500 cal. yr BP, likely reflecting sea level stabilization and formation of the sand bar separating the Kushu depression from the sea. Plant macrofossil analysis shows use of various wild plants and also domesticated barley during the Okhotsk and Ainu periods.
  • Yuka Okamoto, Hajime Ishida, Ryosuke Kimura, Takehiro Sato, Nanae Tsuchiya, Sadayuki Murayama, Hitoshi Fukase, Tomohito Nagaoka, Noboru Adachi, Minoru Yoneda, Andrzej Weber, Hirofumi Kato
    ANTHROPOLOGICAL SCIENCE 124 (2) 107 - 115 0918-7960 2016/08 [Refereed][Not invited]
     
    We present the oldest human skeletal case yet identified with possible SAPHO syndrome (synovitis, acne, pustulosis, hyperostosis, osteitis), a chronic disease involving the skin, bone, and joints. A human skeleton with a severe pathological condition was recovered from a shell mound of the prehistoric Okhotsk culture at the Hamanaka 2 site, Rebun Island, Hokkaido, Japan in 2013. Morphological and Amelogenin gene analyses determined the sex as female, and the age at time of death was estimated to be in the forties using analysis of the auricular surface of the ilium. The stable isotope ratios of this individual (NAT002) and other Hamanaka 2 samples indicated a heavy dependence on marine mammals and fish for dietary protein intake. Radiocarbon age on collagen from the bone of NAT002 was 1689 20 BP, or 1060-1155 (68.2%) calAD. Macroscopic and computed tomography (CT) findings indicated diffuse hyperostosis in the axial and appendicular skeleton, including the mandible, vertebrae, clavicles, sternum, scapulae, humeri, radii, ulnae, and ilium, caused by osteitis and synovitis. The bilateral clavicles were most affected, in which CT imaging revealed irregular cortical thickening, termed 'grotesque periostitis.' The case was diagnosed as most likely having SAPHO syndrome, although dermatological findings could not be detected. Although SAPHO syndrome is a fairly new concept in autoimmune diseases, this case suggests the syndrome originated much earlier in human history.
  • ゲルマン・メドヴェージェフ先生の急逝を悼んで−ヴェルホレンスク山からマリタへ−
    加藤 博文
    旧石器考古学 (81) 95 - 101 2016/03 [Refereed][Not invited]
  • Okamoto Y, Ishida H, Kimura R, Sato T, Tsuchiya N, Murayama S, Fukase H, Nagaoka T, Adachi N, Yoneda M, Weber A, Kato H
    ANTHROPOLOGICAL SCIENCE 121 (2) 137 - 143 0918-7960 2016 [Refereed][Not invited]
  • KATO Hirofumi
    SER: Indigenous Cultures in the North Pacific Rim 国立民族学博物館 132 (132) 125 - 143 1340-6787 2015/12 [Refereed][Invited]
  • Ainu Archaeology and Public Archaeology
    KATO Hirofumi
    Archaeology Quaternary (133) 72 - 75 2015/10 [Refereed][Invited]
  • Takao Sato, Fedora Khenzykhenova, Alexandra Simakova, Guzel Danukalova, Eugeniya Morosova, Kunio Yoshida, Dai Kunikita, Hirofumi Kato, Kenji Suzuki, Ekaterina Lipnina, German Medvedev, Nikolai Martynovich
    Quaternary International 333 146 - 155 1040-6182 2014/05 [Refereed]
  • Palaeolithic in Siberia
    KATO Hirofumi
    Archaeology Qurternary (126) 45 - 48 2014/01 [Refereed][Invited]
  • Andrzej W. Weber, Peter Jordan, Hirofumi Kato
    Quaternary International 290-291 3 - 20 1040-6182 2013 [Refereed][Invited]
     
    While substantial progress has been achieved in hunter-gatherer research over the last century, it is still the case that the understanding of the cultural dynamism, variability, and resilience of Holocene hunter-gatherers remains rather impoverished. Emerging archaeological insights suggest that the prehistory of many forager societies included periods of sudden cultural transformation, marked by major shifts in subsistence strategies, settlement patterns and associated social life. Recent theoretical and methodological advances are enabling archaeologists to reconstruct the cultural dynamics of Holocene hunter-gatherers in an unprecedented degree of detail. This is especially true in regions that contain large prehistoric cemeteries, which can provide the base data for bioarchaeological reconstruction of individual life histories, shedding light on forager life-ways, their subsistence strategies and mobility patterns. Renewed attention is also being directed at the role of unstable environments and climate, which would have formed important contextual factors influencing how local cultural dynamics were played out. However, identifying explicit causal links between environmental instability and culture change remains empirically challenging. This paper investigates the major sequences of Holocene hunter-gatherer culture change in two regions of Northeast Asia and details how the new Baikal-Hokkaido Archaeology Project will be researching the causal factors driving these cultural processes, including the possible role of climate and environment. © 2012 Elsevier Ltd and INQUA.
  • Climate change and the formation of Northern Hunter Culture.
    KATO Hirofumi
    第26回北方民族文化シンポジウム 環境変化と先住民の生業文化:陸域生態系における適応 (26) 41 - 47 2012/03 [Refereed][Invited]
  • Bering strait from the Perspective of Palaeolithic Study
    KATO Hirofumi
    Palaeolithic Archaeology (75) 93 - 100 2011/09 [Refereed][Invited]
  • Fedora Khenzykhenova, Takao Sato, Ekaterina Lipnina, German Medvedev, Hirofumi Kato, Sergei Kogai, Ksenya Maximenko, Valentina Novosel'zeva
    QUATERNARY INTERNATIONAL 231 (1-2) 50 - 54 1040-6182 2011/02 [Refereed][Not invited]
     
    A representative mammal fauna attributable to the Karginian Interstadial (MIS 3, 36 000-23 000 BP) has been found for the first time in the Fore-Baikalian region. The faunal remains were recovered from Gerasimov's and Bol'shoi Naryn Paleolithic sites in 2003-2008. Zooarchaeological investigations revealed 51 mammal species in the region, dominated by horse Equus sp., steppe lemming Lagurus lagurus, narrow-sculled vole Microtus gregalis and North-Siberian vole M. cf. hyperboreus. The early humans appear to have inhabited a forest-steppe, with local patches of tundra-like landscapes. The Karginian climate was warmer and more humid than during the subsequent Sartan glacial epoch (MIS 2). (C) 2010 Elsevier Ltd and INQUA. All rights reserved.
  • Microblade complexes in Siberia (2)
    KATO Hirofumi
    Palaeolithic Archaeology (73) 47 - 56 2010/08 [Refereed][Not invited]
  • Micro blade complexes in Siberia
    KATO Hirofumi
    Paleolithic Archaeology (72) 1 - 15 2009/08 [Refereed][Not invited]
  • The Perspective of Indigenous Archaeology: Cultural heritage, Indigenous peoples and Archaeology
    KATO Hirofumi
    Hokkaido Archaeology (45) 31 - 44 2009/05 [Refereed][Not invited]
  • Китова Л. Ю, 加藤 博文
    Cultura antiqua 古代学協会 60 (4) 662 - 667 0045-9232 2009/03 [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • Soviet anthropology in the institutional contexts : Influences on the surrounding fields : Genealogy of Ethnogenetics in former Soviet archaeology
    KATO Hirofumi
    SEE Perspective of Postsocialist anthropology (78) 111 - 134 2009/02 [Refereed][Not invited]
  • Whose Archaeology?: Decolonizing Archaeological Perspective in Hokkaido Island
    KATO Hirofumi
    Journal of the Graduate School of letters (4) 47 - 55 2009/02 [Refereed][Invited]
  • サンクト・ペテルブルク大学における古民族学派:帝政ロシアの先史考古学とФ.Д.ヴォルコフ
    加藤 博文
    北海道大学文学研究科紀要 (125) 33 - 55 2008/06 [Refereed][Not invited]
  • Takao Sato, Fedora Khenzykhenova, Kunio Yoshida, Dai Kunikita, Kenji Suzuki, Ekaterina Lipnina, German Medvedev, Hirofumi Kato
    QUATERNARY INTERNATIONAL 179 101 - 107 1040-6182 2008/03 [Refereed][Not invited]
     
    Located at approximately 53 degrees N, 103 degrees E, the Bol'shoj Naryn site lies on the hills facing Osa Bay, in the Bratsk Reservoir. The authors started excavating this site in 2003. By 2005, we had found 337 stone tools and flakes, and more than 600 animal fossils, from the paleosol layers (C-14 dating: from 25,000 to 32,000 yr BP) deposited in the second half of the Karginian Interstadial.Large specimens of the fossils collected by visual observation were mostly the bones and teeth of Equus sp. and Bovinae, and small specimens obtained through wet sieving included many fossils of Lagurus lagurus, Microtus sp., and Spermophilus undulatus. This suggests that the steppe had spread around this site by the last half of the Karginian Interstadial.However, some of the animal fossils collected from the Bol'shoj Naryn site were characteristic of tundra or forest, as well as steppe. To understand why, remains characteristic of three different habitats were excavated from the same paleosol of the Karginian Interstadial, detailed discussions centered on the radiocarbon age of each material are needed.As part of our investigation of the fossils of large vertebrates, we measured various parts of the fossils of Eanus sp. in excavated specimens and in specimens collected from the reservoir's shore, in accordance with the procedure described by von den Driesch [1976. A Guide to the Measurement of Animal Bones from Archaeological Sites. Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology Bulletin 1, Peabody Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA]. We inserted the measured values into the formula of Nishinakagawa et al. [1991. A study on the time and the route of the introduction of cattle and horses into Japan, as examined from skeletal remains of archaeological sites. Report of the Grant-in-Aid from the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, Scientific Research (B) 1990 (Japanese, English abstract)] and found that the collected fossils were mostly of individuals with withers heights between 125 and 135 cm. To clarify the time transition, a future project will use measurements to examine the trait characteristics of the fossils of other large mammals.In future, we intend to clarify the histories of nature and humankind in the Pleistocene in the Fore-Baikal region and to add animal fossils excavated from other sites to the scope of our research. (C) 2008 Elsevier Ltd and INQUA. All rights reserved.
  • 加藤 博文
    Journal of the Center for Northern Humanities 北海道大学大学院文学研究科北方研究教育センター = Center for Northern Humanities, Graduate School of Letters, Hokkaido University (1) 87 - 103 1882-773X 2008/03 [Refereed][Not invited]
     
    This paper investigates to trace the early period of the history of Russian Archaeology, through Müller's "Archaeological Instruction" which written in 1740. His instruction is the oldest archaeological instruction in Russia. And in this paper briefly outlines the historical formation of Russian archaeology, discusses the role of German scholars and the Academic expedition in Siberia.
  • A New Discovery of the Bear Ceremony (IOMANTE) and the Origin of Ainu Culture- Archaeological Ethnicity on Hokkaido
    KATO Hirofumi
    The Ethnohistory and Archaeology of Northern Eurasia: Theory, Method and Practice 113 - 114 2007/07 [Refereed][Not invited]
  • KATO Hirofumi
    Journal of the Graduate Scool of Letters 北海道大学 Volume 1 3 - 15 1880-8832 2006/02 [Refereed][Not invited]
     
    The recent increase in excavations and new data show that the emerging aspects of a Neolithic culture and its formation process are not uniform. The true image of Neolithic culture cannot be projected from a conventional simplistic model with a transition from a hunting and gathering economy / mobile lifestyle to an agricultural and domestic economy / sedentary lifestyle. More important, the diversity and complexity of hunting, gathering and fishing economic societies have been discussed and their significance in the human history has been point out. In this paper, I chose as the subject Amurland, one of the northern Pacific coastal areas where complex hunter-gatherers developed, and which had the earliest pottery in the world. Its realistic process of Neolithization was examined.
  • 「アムールランドにおける新石器文化の成立過程」
    加藤 博文
    『東アジアにおける新石器文化と日本』 Ⅲ 117 - 134 2006 [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • プリバイカルにおける更新世遺跡群の調査と出土動物化石群
    佐藤孝雄, 吉田邦夫, G.I.Medvedev, E.A.Lipnina, F.Khenzykhenova, 加藤博文
    動物考古学 (22) 136  1342-100X 2005/05/01 [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • New Palaeontological Findings in the South of East Siberia
    Medvedev G.I, Khenzykhenova F.I, Sato T, Kato H, Lipnina E.A, Sorokina N.V
    Proceedings of scientific-practical conference "Problems of regional geology: museum perspective" Russian Academy of Science 164-165  2004/12 [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • The investigation of Upper Palaeolithic lithic materials from Gory-Mys4 in the Lower Amur region.
    KATO Hirofumi, Shevkomud I.Ya, YAMADA Masahisa, KAWAGUCHI Takehiko, NAGANUMA Masaki
    Hokkaido Kyusekki Bunka Kenkyu (Hokkaido Paleolithic Culture Reseach) (8) 1 - 7 2003/05 [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • シベリアの細石刃文化
    加藤 博文
    日本の細石刃文化 246 - 266 2003 [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • 加藤 博文
    古代文化 古代学協会 52 (9) 565 - 571 0045-9232 2000/09 [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • 「北アジアにおける最終氷期と人類の適応行動」
    加藤 博文
    専修考古学 8 3 - 23 2000 [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • Kato Hirofumi
    Area studies Tsukuba 筑波大学 18 (0) 123 - 140 0912-1412 2000 [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • Kato Hirofumi
    Area studies Tsukuba 筑波大学 17 (0) 249 - 285 0912-1412 1999 [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • Kato Hirofumi
    Area studies Tsukuba 筑波大学 16 (0) 31 - 54 0912-1412 1998 [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • 技術体系とその多様性の解釈:細石刃石器群の事例にて
    加藤 博文
    筑波大学先史学・考古学研究 (8) 1 - 29 1997/03 [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • 加藤 博文
    専修大学社会科学研究所月報 専修大学社会科学研究所 (404) 1 - 15 0286-312X 1997 [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • 細石刃石器群における生業活動ーシベリアからの視点ー(下)
    加藤 博文
    古代文化 48 (4) 19 - 28 1996 [Refereed][Not invited]
  • モービルトゥールとしての両面調整石器
    加藤 博文
    『考古学雑渉ー西野元先生退官記念論文集』 26 - 43 1996 [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • KATO Hirofumi
    Cultura antiqua 学術雑誌目次速報データベース由来 48 (3) 28 - 36 0045-9232 1996 [Refereed][Not invited]
  • KATO Hirofumi
    Cultura antica 学術雑誌目次速報データベース由来 45 (47) 3 - 12 0045-9232 1993 [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • A case study of Technological Adaptation of Microblade complex in East Siberia
    KATO Hirofumi
    Paleolithic Archaeology (47) 1 - 16 1993 [Refereed][Not invited]
  • KATO Hirofumi
    Cultura antiqua 学術雑誌目次速報データベース由来 45 (7) 11 - 26,59 0045-9232 1993 [Refereed][Not invited]
  • KATO Hirofumi
    Tsukuba Archaeological Studies 筑波大学 2 (2) 25 - 51 1991/03 [Refereed][Not invited]

Books etc

  • Jordan, Peter LU orcid, Ponkratova, Irina Y, Diakonov, Viktor M, Solovyova, Elena A, Yamahara, Toshiro, Kato, Hirofumi, Admiraal, Marjolein (Joint workTracking the Adoption of Early Pottery Traditions into Maritime Northeast Asia : Emerging Insights and New Questions)
    Springer Nature 2021/08
  • 世界と日本の考古学:オリーブの木と赤い大地
    (Joint translationアイヌ民族と北海道考古学)
    六一書房 2020/03
  • History of the Ainu
    KATO Hirofumi (Joint editor第1章ほか)
    山川出版社 2018/04 (ISBN: 9784634591035) 164
  • アイヌ・先住民研究センターの10年-2007〜2017-
    KATO Hirofumi (Joint work「アイヌ考古学から先住民考古学へ:考古学における脱植民地化の可能性」)
    Center for Ainu and Indigenous Studies 2018/03 (ISBN: 9784907256098) 189 97-110
  • Repatriation of Indigenous Human Remains
    KATO Hirofumi (Single work)
    Indigenous Archaeology series Vol.1 2018/03 (ISBN: 9784991012402) 71
  • Archaeologies of ‘us’ and ‘them’ – debating the ethics and politics of ethnicity and indigeneity in archaeology and heritage discourse
    KATO Hirofumi (ContributorArchaeological heritage and Hokkaido Ainu: ethnicity and research ethics)
    Routledge. 2017/02 (ISBN: 9781138188914) 304 pp.218-232
  • World Travel around Food and Courtesy
    KATO Hirofumi (ContributorChapter 1: From Ritual object to Hunting Object: Seeking the origin of Food and Courtesy in Siberia)
    University of Tohoku Press 2014/11
  • 60 issues on Archaeological Studies
    KATO Hirofumi (ContributorHow archaeology can describe the ethnic group)
    Society of Archaeological Studies 2014/04
  • The Encyclopaedia of Global Archaeology
    KATO Hirofumi (ContributorHokkaido Sequences and Archaeology of the Ainu people)
    Springer 2014
  • Archaeology of Glaves
    KATO Hirofumi (ContributorChapter 1: Emergence of grave: Graves and Funeral rites in Palaeolithic)
    Yoshikawa Kobunkan 2013/05
  • Homo sapience and Archaic human: Replacement from Palaeolithic archaeology
    KATO Hirofumi (ContributorChapter 2: Palaeolithic chronology and Replacement)
    Rokuichi Shobou 2013/01
  • Dictionary of Historical terms after Post-War period
    KATO Hirofumi (ContributorAinu culture)
    Tokyodo shoten 2012/07
  • Construction of New Ainu History: from Prehistory to Medieval period
    KATO Hirofmi (Joint editorSummery: History of Multi-voices)
    Center for Ainu & Indigenous Studies 2012/03
  • Indigenous Cultural Heritage and Tourism
    KATO Hirofumi (Joint editorIndigenous Cultural Heritage and Community-based archaeology)
    Center for Ainu & Indigenous Studies 2012/03
  • Archaeometria
    KATO Hirofumi (Joint workBaikal Siberia and Japanese Island in human history)
    The University of Museum, University of Tokyo 2012/03
  • Being and Becoming Indigenous Archaeologists.
    KATO Hirofumi (ContributorLiving Archaeology for the Ainu in Hokkaido)
    Rutledge 2011/03
  • History and People in Northeast Asia
    KATO Hirofumi (ContributorChapter 2: Human history in Out of Siberia)
    Hokkaido University Press 2010/12
  • Indigenous Archaeologies: A Reader on Decolonization
    KATO Hirofumi (ContributorWhose archaeology?: Decolonizing Archaeological Perspective in Hokkaido Island)
    Rutledge 2010/08
  • Travel around the North: 9days travel by Humanities
    KATO Hirofumi (ContributorDay 9: Archaeology of Traveling Human: Beyond the Steppe and Tundra)
    Hokkaido University Press 2010/04
  • Personality and Academic Works of Chris Mashiho
    KATO Hirofumi (ContributorChapter 2: Perspective of Ainu Studies by Chiri Mashiho)
    Hokkaido University Press 2010/04
  • Ainu Studies: Present and Future
    KATO Hirofumi (ContributorThe Role of Archaeology for Ainu Studies)
    Center for Ainu & Indigenous Studies 2010/04
  • ed. George Nicholas
    2010
  • Traveling Prehitoric Human in Siberia
    KATO Hirofumi (Single work)
    Toyo Shoten 2008/06
  • Time traveler in Siberia
    Toyo Shoten 2008
  • Archaeology of North
    KATO Hirofumi (Joint editor)
    北海道大学大学院文学研究科 2007/04
  • History of Cultural exchange in Northeast Asia
    KATO Hirofumi (ContributorArchaeological culture and Ethnicity)
    Hanawa Shobo 2007/02
  • Anthropology of Northern People
    KATO Hirofumi (ContributorChapter 12: and Ethnicity)
    Kyoto University Press 2007/02
  • Archaeology of Northern Regions 1
    Graduate School of Letters 2007
  • Archaeology of Mind and Form
    KATO Hirofumi (ContributorEmergence of Upper Paleolithic World)
    Doseisha 2006/03
  • The sea and Archaeology
    KATO Hirofumi (ContributorTransforming of Archaeological culture and forming of Ethnicity)
    University of Tsukuba 2005/02

Conference Activities & Talks

  • 「北方狩猟採集民文化の形成:民族起源論から集団系統論へ」  [Invited]
    加藤博文
    『北方民族文化シンポジウム 大林太良・学問と北方文化研究』
  • 「<記号化>による文化遺産の植民地化ー集団される地名・記憶・歴史ー」  [Not invited]
    加藤博文
    『シンポジウム 記号化される先住民・女性・こども』  2021/10
  • KATO Hirofumi
    ANU 2021: Introduction to Repatriation: principles, policy, practice  2021/09
  • Surviving Turbulent Times : Climate Change, Cultural Connections and Shifting Adaptations in Hokkaido-Sakhalin during the Pleistocene-Holocene Transition  [Not invited]
    JORDAN Peter, VASILEVSKIJ Alexsander, KATO Hirofumi, GRISHCHENKO Vyacheslav
    27th Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists
  • 先住民研究のボーダーレス化への取組み  [Not invited]
    加藤博文
    第14屆台日原住民族研究論壇  2021/09
  • 「先住民研究としてのアイヌ研究へ向けて」  [Not invited]
    加藤博文
    『シンポジウム アイヌ文化の教育と人材育成』  2021/03
  • KATO Hirofumi
    ANU 2020: Introduction to Repatriation: principles, policy, practice  2020/09
  • 加藤博文
    『第31回 日本生命倫理学会 年次大会』  2019/12
  • 加藤博文
    『人骨問題を考える公開講演会』  2019/11
  • KATO Hirofumi
    2019 Annual Meeting of American Anthropological Association  2019/11
  • KATO Hirofumi
    ANU 2019: Introduction to Repatriation: principles, policy, practice  2019/09
  • Send-off ceremony of Abalone of the historical Ainu: -a case study at Hamanaka 2 site, Rebun, Hokkaido  [Not invited]
    KATO Hirofumi, CHEN Maaling, LIU Chung-Yu, HUGES Gabriel
    The 2nd International Symposium “Pacific Archaeology: Technologies, migrations, adaptations and material culture in the ancient time
  • KATO Hirofumi
    Gotland Campus of Uppsala University  2019/05
  • KATO Hirofumi
    Gotland Campus of Uppsala University  2019/05
  • KATO Hirofumi
    JSPS Core to Core workshop Indigenous Repatriation and Heritage Issues in Uppsala  2019/05
  • 加藤博文
    『北海道中小企業同友会 第66期同友会大学』  2019/04
  • KATO Hirofumi
    Department of Archaeology, University of Helsinki  2019/03
  • Institute of Archaeology, University of Collage, London  [Invited]
    KATO Hirofumi
    International Symposium: Geologic Stabilization and Human Adaptation in Northeast Asia  2019/02
  • KATO Hirofumi
    Institute of Archaeology, University of Collage, London  2019/01
  • KATO Hirofumi
    Institute of Archaeology, University of Collage, London  2019/01
  • 加藤博文
    『日本学術会議 地域研究委員会歴史的遺物返還に関する検討会』  2018/12
  • KATO Hirofumi
    Departement of Archaeology and Ancient History, Uppsala University  2018/12
  • KATO Hirofumi
    Departement of Archaeology and Ancient History, Uppsala University  2018/12
  • KATO Hirofumi
    The Workshop: The Network for human remains in museums and university collections  2018/11
  • 久保大輔, 平澤悠, 米田穣, 森田航, 佐藤丈寛, 蔦谷匠, 澤藤りかい, 木村亮介, 小林光, 石田肇, 加藤博文
    第72回日本人類学会大会
  • Introduction of New Approach to Ainu Contemporary Art: Modern Ainu Art and Mr. Kaizawa’s Work  [Invited]
    KATO Hirofumi
    Daiwa Angro-Japanese Foundation Annual Seminar  2018/10
  • KATO Hirofumi
    World Social Science Forum 2018 in Fukuoka  2018/09
  • KATO Hirofumi
    CHAGS 2018  2018/07
  • KATO Hirofumi
    European Workshop International Studies in 2018  2018/06
  • Female Hunter ?: Social Structure and Gender in the Early stage of Okhotsk culture
    KATO Hirofumi, Jordan Peter
    International Symposium Pacific Archaeology: New Horizons, Problems, Prospects of Development  2018/05
  • 加藤博文
    『日本学術会議 地域研究委員会歴史的遺物返還に関する検討会』  2018/03
  • 「人類起源と進化:文化的多様性の意味」  [Invited]
    加藤博文
    『北海道中小企業同友会 第65期同友会大学』  2018/03
  • KATO Hirofumi
    Core to Core meeting at University of Oxford  2018/03
  • Decolonizing Archaeological Practice in Hokkaido as Indigenous archaeologies  [Invited]
    KATO Hirofumi
    Hokkaido-Umea Seminar at University of Umea,  2018/03
  • Introduction to Centre for Ainu & Indigenous Studies, Hokkaido University  [Invited]
    KATO Hirofumi
    Hokkaido-Umea Seminar at University of Umea,  2018/02
  • 「発掘・返還・再埋葬:アイヌ遺骨問題に考古学はどのように関わるべきか」  [Invited]
    加藤博文
    『九州大学比較社会文化研究院シンポジウム アイヌ遺骨・副葬品のゆくえ:返還をめぐる科学・文化復興・尊厳の言説』  2018/02
  • 加藤博文
    『平取町シシリムカ文化大学』  2017/11
  • 遺跡に残された古代からのメッセージ:考古学はどのように過去を読み解くのか  [Invited]
    加藤 博文
    第15回創成シンポジウム「考古学者と人形劇師」  2017/09
  • The World of Sea of Japan: Sharing common geographical and environmental time  [Not invited]
    KATO Hirofumi
    Russia-Japan Student Forum  2017/09
  • 発掘・返還・再埋葬:アイヌ遺骨問題に考古学はどのように関わるのか  [Not invited]
    加藤 博文
    国際先住民族の日記念事業 アイヌ民族の文化遺産と研究倫理—先住民族から見る遺骨返還と人権—  2017/08
  • 地域集団の移住と統合から見た極東ロシアの民族形成 —オホーツク文化をグローバスコンテキストから解釈するー  [Not invited]
    加藤 博文
    第3回 日本シベリア学会大会  2017/06
  • 海とアイヌ文化:先住民族考古学の視点から  [Not invited]
    加藤 博文
    アイヌ文化フェスティバル2017  2017/06
  • Current situations Indigenous Ainu and the Responsibility of Hokkaido University  [Not invited]
    KATO Hirofumi
    Joint workshop between National Dong-Hwa University and Hokkaido University,  2017/06
  • The Paleolithic Site Mal’ta in E. Siberia: New Discoveries and New Situation  [Not invited]
    KATO Hirofumi
    82nd Annual Meeting of Society of American Archaeology  2017/04
  • 人類史からアイヌ民族史へー歴史文化遺産の意義とその活用—  [Not invited]
    加藤 博文
    中小企業同友会 第65期同友会 大学  2017/03
  • Indigenous archaeology, Ainu Ethnohistory, Prehistory in Hokkaido  [Not invited]
    KATO Hirofumi
    Hokkaido-Helsinki Seminar  2017/03
  • Working Together: Center for Ainu & Indigenous Studies  [Not invited]
    KATO Hirofumi
    Hokkaido-Helsinki Seminar  2017/03
  • Current National Ainu policy and Ainu archaeology: repatriation, research ethics, new collaboration  [Not invited]
    KATO Hirofumi
    Uppsala University and Hokkaido University Joint Seminar in 2017  2017/01
  • 浜中2遺跡  [Not invited]
    岩波連, 平澤悠, 岡田真弓, 種石悠, 長沼正樹, 藤澤隆史, 蔦谷匠, 佐藤丈寛, 深瀬均, 木村亮介, 米田穰, 安達登, 佐藤孝雄, 石田肇, 加藤博文
    2016年北海道考古学会遺跡報告会  2016/12
  • ゲルマン・イヴァーノヴィッチとバイカル考古学  [Not invited]
    加藤 博文
    第2回日本シベリア学会  2016/11
  • アイヌ民族史の読み方:礼文島から見えてきた北からの歴史  [Not invited]
    加藤 博文
    北を語る会  2016/10
  • 人類史からアイヌ民族史へ  [Not invited]
    加藤 博文
    中小企業同友会 経営者大学:人間と教育論  2016/10
  • アイヌ民族形成史を考古学で考える:先住民考古学という新たなアプローチ  [Not invited]
    加藤 博文
    アイヌ文化フェスティバル2016  2016/09
  • The Ainu issues and Japanese Archaeology  [Not invited]
    KATO Hirofumi
    8th World Archaeological Congress  2016/08
  • Introuction of Course “History of Human Ecology  [Not invited]
    KATO Hirofumi
    Worcester Collage, University of Oxford, Oxford  2016/03
  • Indigenous Archaeology in Hokkaido and Ainu Ethnohistory  [Not invited]
    KATO Hirofumi
    Department of Anthropology, National Taiwan University  2016/02
  • Unearthing the Formation Process of Ethnicity through Archaeological Investigation: A Case of Archaeological Field School in Rebun Island  [Not invited]
    KATO Hirofumi
    Department of Archaeology, University of Helsinki  2016/01
  • History of Human Ecology in the North: JSPS Core to Core Program 2013-2017  [Not invited]
    KATO Hirofumi
    Department of Archaeology and Ancient History, Uppsala University  2016/01
  • 「縄文文化」の国際教育システムへの活用  [Invited]
    加藤 博文
    2015 北の縄文フォーラム 縄文文化の価値とその活用  2015/11
  • The Role of Maritime Adaptation for the Formation Process of Ethnicities  [Not invited]
    KATO Hirofumi
    11th Conference on Hunting and Gathering Societies  2015/09
  • Working together and making together  [Not invited]
    KATO Hirofumi
    European Archaeology Association 2015  2015/09
  • 島嶼環境への適応と集団形成—浜中2遺跡調査から見えてくるものー  [Not invited]
    加藤 博文
    第81回 日本考古学協会総会シンポジウム  2015/05
  • 構築されるエスニシティと先住民族:アイヌ民族は歴史的にどのように形成されたのか  [Invited]
    加藤 博文
    ナイル・エチオピア学会学術大会 基調講演  2015/04
  • Making Global Story in the Small Remote Island: Some Results from Hamanaka 2 sire  [Invited]
    KATO Hirofumi
    Special Lecture at the University Museum of Far East Federal University  2015/03
  • Tracing the Emergence of Ainu Ethnicities using the Archaeological Data  [Invited]
    KATO Hirofumi
    Workshop of Sainsbury Institute for the study of Japanese Arts and Cultures: Ainu Art and Archaeology, Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Culture  2015/02
  • Tracing the Emergence of Ainu Ethnicities using the Archaeological Data  [Invited]
    KATO Hirofumi
    Special Lecture at SILA Project, National Museet Denmark  2015/02
  • Tracing the Emergence of Ainu Ethnicities using the Archaeological Data  [Invited]
    KATO Hirofumi
    An international Japan-Netherlands Archaeology Workshop: Northern Hunter-Gatherers in Comparative Perspective: Identity, Technology and Transformation, University of Groningen  2015/01
  • Ainu culture and their original characteristics from Archaeological and Anthropological perspective  [Not invited]
    KATO Hirofumi
    JSPS Core to core workshop on Indigeneities concept, University of Oxford  2014/12
  • Results of International Archaeological Field School at Hamanaka 2 site, Rebun Island, Hokkaido , Japan (2011.2013 years)  [Invited]
    KATO Hirofumi
    International Workshop Baikal-Hokkaido Archaeology Project  2014/05
  • From "Okhotsk" culture to "Ainu culture": Maritime adaptation and human migration  [Not invited]
    KATO Hirofumi
    SEAPEOPLE 2014:, University of Rennes,  2014/04
  • Current issues around Ainu and Ainu Japanese Archaeology  [Invited]
    KATO Hirofumi
    Asian Archaeology, Art and Culture Seminar Series, Oxford Centre for Asian Archaeology, Art and Culture, School of Archaeology  2014/02
  • Who are Ainu and whose heritage?: Current issues in Hokkaido Archaeology  [Invited]
    KATO Hirofumi
    Seminar in Department of Archaeology, University of Uppsala  2014/02
  • 礼文島国際フィールドワークを通じた国際研究ネットワークの構築  [Not invited]
    加藤 博文
    国際シンポジウム 北太平洋沿岸諸先住民文化の比較研究:先住権と海洋資源の利用を中心に  2014/01
  • Formation Process of Ainu Ethnicity and Bear Cult  [Not invited]
    KATO Hirofumi
    The Third Seminar of the Project of North: Seminar on Human and Animal Interactions”, Department of Archaeology, University of Aberdeen  2013/12
  • Archaeological heritage and Hokkaido Ainu: ethnicity and research ethics  [Invited]
    KATO Hirofumi
    International Workshop “Archaeology of ‘Us’ and ‘Them’: debating of the ethics and politics of ethnicity and indigeneity in archaeology and heritage discourse”, University of Uppsala  2013/10
  • Mobile or Settled: Cultural Functional Diversity of Prehistoric Pottery in Hokkaido Island  [Not invited]
    KATO Hirofumi
    Circumpolar Ceramics: Hunter-Gatherer Pottery Technology and the ‘Foraging Spectrum’’. The 78th Annual meeting of Society of American Archaeology  2013/04
  • Who are Ancestor? : Significance of New approach in World heritage site, Shiretoko, Hokkaido Island  [Not invited]
    KATO Hirofumi
    Symposium of Who are Ancestors?, The 78th Annual meeting of Society of American Archaeology,  2013/04
  • 北ユーラシアにおける現代人的行動の時空間分布とその特徴  [Not invited]
    加藤 博文
    新学術領域研究「交替劇」第6回研究大会  2013/01
  • 考古学的資料から見た北極圏への人類集団の進出  [Not invited]
    加藤 博文
    新学術領域研究「交替劇」シンポジウム5 北極圏への進出をめぐって: ネアンデルタールとサピエンス交代劇の真相:学習能力の進化に基づく実証的研究  2013/01
  • Thinking the beginning of Early Upper Paleolithic in Siberia and Central Asia  [Not invited]
    KATO Hirofumi
    2012 International Conference on Replacement of Neanderthals by Modern Humans: Testing Evolutionary Models of Learning。  2012/11
  • 狩猟対象から儀礼対象へ―シベリアにおける食儀礼の起源  [Invited]
    加藤 博文
    日本文化人類学会公開シンポジウム 食を儀礼をめぐる地球の旅:先住民文化から見たシベリアとアメリカ  2012/11
  • パブリック考古学の課題と展望  [Not invited]
    加藤 博文
    第66回日本人類学会  2012/11
  • Indigenous Cultural Heritage and Tourism  [Invited]
    KATO Hirofumi
    International Symposium: Indigenous Cultural Heritage and Tourism. Sustainable Week of Hokkaido University  2012/10
  • Indigenous Archaeology of the Ainu  [Invited]
    KATO Hirofumi
    The 17th JSPS “Science in Japan Forum”: Routes of Indigenous Research  2012/07
  • シベリアに進出したデニソワ・ネアンデルタール人  [Invited]
    加藤 博文
    新学術領域研究「交替劇」プロジェクト公開講座 第2回  2012/06
  • シベリアにおける旧石器編年と交代劇  [Invited]
    加藤 博文
    新学術領域研究 「交代劇」シンポジウム ホモサピエンスと旧人—旧石器考古学からみた交代劇—』  2012/06
  • 北海道の先史文化のダイナミズムと環境  [Invited]
    加藤 博文
    『新学術領域研究 環太平洋の環境文明史シンポジウム 環太平洋 の環境と文明を考える』  2012/06
  • シベリアにおける旧人・新人「移行期仮説」の検証  [Invited]
    加藤 博文
    新学術領域研究「交替劇」第5回研究大会  2012/04
  • 北ユーラシアにおける石器製作伝統から見た交代劇の様相:現状と課題  [Not invited]
    加藤 博文
    新学術領域研究「交替劇」第4回研究大会  2011/12
  • Interdiscipnary Research of the Bolishoj Narin Site, East Siberia  [Not invited]
    Takao SATO, Fedora KHENZKHENOVA, Alexsandra SIMAKOVA, Nikolay, MARTYNOVICH, Hirofumi KATO, Kenji SUZUKI, Kunio YOSHIDA, Ekatelina LIPNONA, German, MEDVEDEV
    4th Annual Meeting of the Asian Paleolithic Association  2011/11
  • Dispersal of ancient human groups and replacement from Neanderthal to Modern Human in Siberia  [Invited]
    KATO Hirofumi
    2011 Seoul National University and Hokkaido University Joint Symposium  2011/11
  • 大陸から島へ:海洋適応と民族形成  [Invited]
    加藤 博文
    北海道大学博物館 市民セミナー  2011/11
  • Cultural Heritage, Cultural Landscape and Indigenous Knowledge  [Invited]
    KATO Hirofumi
    International Symposium Tourism and Landscape in the North. Hokkaido and Finland,  2011/11
  • 北海道の考古学の可能性−バイカルー北海道考古学プロジェクト−  [Invited]
    加藤 博文
    国際シンポジュウム 縄文文化とユーラシアの様相  2011/10
  • 人類の起源と進化  [Invited]
    加藤 博文
    中小企業同友会経営者大学  2011/10
  • 高緯度寒冷地への植民行動−その進化的・学習的意義−  [Not invited]
    加藤 博文
    日本考古学協会第77回総会研究発表セッション5『旧人・新人の石器製作学習行動を探る』  2011/05
  • 人類の起源と進化  [Invited]
    加藤 博文
    中小企業同友会 第60回同友会大学  2011/05
  • 北ユーラシアにおける中期・後期旧石器時代の時空間分布とその傾向  [Not invited]
    加藤 博文
    科学研究費補助金新学術領域研究「交替劇」第3回研究大会  2011/04
  • 北ユーラシアの骨角器使用と人類の高緯度進出  [Not invited]
    加藤 博文
    科学研究費補助金新学術領域研究「交替劇」第2回研究大会  2011/02
  • 北海道島の先史:考古学文化の動態と民族形成  [Invited]
    加藤 博文
    高麗文化財研究院主催講演会  2011/02
  • 誰のための何のための研究か  [Invited]
    加藤 博文
    日本文化人類学会公開シンポジウム「人類学とアイヌ研究」  2010/11
  • 高緯度寒冷地域への植民行動:その進化的・学習的意義  [Not invited]
    加藤 博文
    科学研究費補助金「新学術領域研究」第1回研究大会  2010/10
  • Community-based case study for Ainu in Hokkaido, Japan  [Invited]
    KATO Hirofumi
    IPinCH Community-based Heritage Research Workshop  2010/10
  • A New Age for the SAA: International Indigenous Archaeology  [Not invited]
    KATO Hirofumi
    75th Anniversary Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology  2010/04
  • Technological Evolution, Adaptation and Emergence of Upper Paleolithic  [Not invited]
    KATO Hirofumi
    17th Congress The Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association  2009/12
  • Whose World Heritage and Indigenous Peoples? : Issues Surrounding World Heritage in Japan  [Not invited]
    KATO Hirofumi
    69th Annual Meeting of the Society for Applied Anthropology  2009/03
  • World Heritage and Indigenous Archaeology in Hokkaido  [Not invited]
    KATO Hirofumi
    6th World Archaeological Congress  2008/07
  • The Origin and Lineage of the Blade and Microblade Complex in Hokkaido Island  [Not invited]
    KATO Hirofumi
    4th Worldwide Conference Society for East Asian Archaeology  2008/06
  • Emergence of the Blade and the Microblade Industries in the Northern Japanese Archipelago  [Not invited]
    KATO Hirofumi
    ПРОБЛЕМЫ БИОЛОГИЧЕСКОЙ И КУЛЬТУРНОЙ АДАПТАЦИИЧЕЛОВЕЧЕСКИХ ПОПУЛЯЦИЙ  2007/10
  • Transformed Value and Function:Indigenous Archaeology in Hokkaido  [Invited]
    KATO Hirofumi
    Workshop & International Conference 2007,Data and Interpretation:on Contemporary Understanding of Anthropological Knowledge  2007/10
  • A New Discovery of the Bear Ceremony (IOMANTE) and the Origin of Ainu Culture  [Not invited]
    KATO Hirofumi
    The Ethnohistory and Archaeology of Northern Eurasia:Theory, Method and Practice  2007/05
  • Emergence of the Blade and the Microblade Industries in the Northern Japanese  [Not invited]
    ПРОБЛЕМЫ БИОЛОГИЧЕСКОЙ И КУЛЬТУРНОЙ АДАПТАЦИИЧЕЛОВЕЧЕСКИХ ПОПУЛЯЦИЙ  2007
  • Ancient Culture in the Circum Japan Sea Area:from Paleolithic to Ethnographic stage  [Not invited]
    KATO Hirofumi
    37th The International Congress of Asian and African Studies,ICANAS  2004/08
  • A Study of the Microblade Flaking Technology in Northeast Asia  [Not invited]
    KATO Hirofumi
    3rd Worldwide Conference Society for East Asian Archaeology  2004/06
  • Emergence of Micro Blade Industories in Hokkaido Island  [Not invited]
    17th Congress The Indo‐pacific Prehistory Association  2002

Works

  • Organizing Intrnational Project for Human History in Northern Area
    2008
  • Developing educational materials for Ainu Culture and History
    2007
  • Working Group for New Ainu Ethnohistory
    2007
  • Developing Ainu Ecotour
    2007
  • Investigation of Prehistoric Marine Time Adaptation and Formation of Ethnic Indentity in Shiretoko
    2005
  • The Complex Research of Archaeoogical site on the OIS 3 stage in East Siberia
    2001

MISC

  • Archaeological investigation in Hamanaka 2site, Rebun, Hokkaido (2011-2016 seasons)
    IWANAMI Ren, HIRASAWA Yu, TANEISHI Yu, NAGANUMA Masaki, FUJISAWA Takashi, TUTAYA Takumi, SATO Takehiro, FUKASE Hitoshi, KIMURA Ryousuke, YONEDA Minoru, ADACHI Noboru, SATO Takao, ISHIDA Hajime, KATO Hirofumi  Abstracts of the 2016 Investigation Meeting of Hokkaido Archaeological Society  83  -92  2016/12  [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • On the possibility reagerd to the grassland landscapes and Paleolithic human migration routes.
    NAGANUMA Masaki, KATO Hirofumi  The 10th Conference on Replacement of Neanderthals by Modern Humans: Testing Evolutionary Models of Learning  49  2015/03  [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • Preliminary Archaeological Field Report of 2014 Excavation at Hamanaka 2 site, Rubun island, Hokkaido, JAPAN
    KATO Hirofhumi, NAGANUMA Masaki, IWANAMI Ren  Preliminary Archaeological Field Report of 2014 Excavation at Hamanaka 2 site, Rubun island, Hokkaido, JAPAN  1  -25  2015/03  [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • KATO Hirofumi, NAGANUMA Masaki, SUZUKI Kenji, Astakhov S.N, Makarov S.S  Kiyusekki Koukogaku (Palaeolithic Research)  (8)  155  -164  2012/06  [Refereed][Not invited]
  • Aspects of the replacement of industries in Northern Eurasia:current situations and issues.
    KATO Hirofumi, NAGANUMA Masaki  The 4th Conference on Replacement of Neanderthals by Modern humans:Testing Evolutionary Models of Learning  52  -53  2011/12  [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • Colonization to high latitude region: its evolutional means and importance of learning
    KATO Hirofumi, NAGANUMA Masaki  Proceedings to the 77th Meeting of the Association of Japanese Archaeology  166  -167  2011/05  [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • Temporal and distribution of Middle and Upper Palaeolithic sites in Northern Eurasia.
    KATO Hirofumi, NAGANUMA Masaki  The 3rd Conference on Replacement of Neanderthals by Modern Humans:Testing Evolutionary Models of Learning.  23  -23  2011/04  [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • バイカルシベリアにおけるOIS3段階の人類遺跡群と出土動物化石群
    佐藤孝雄, 加藤博文, 吉田邦夫, 増田隆一, 國木田大, 鈴木建治, 佐藤丈寛, 久高将高, Klement’ev A, Khenzykhenova F, Lipnina E, Medvedev G  動物考古学  (27)  147  2010/05/01  [Refereed][Not invited]
  • 「ザバイカルにおける中期旧石器から後期旧石器への移行期石器群ーその検討と評価ー」
    加藤 博文  「北方圏の考古学』  1-  17  -29  2007  [Not refereed][Not invited]
  • 加藤 博文, Shevkomud I.Ya., Mel'nikova T.V.  食文化助成研究の報告  (10)  33  -40  1999
  • Kato Hirofumi, Ishii Jun  筑波大学先史学・考古学研究調査報告  9-  (0)  57  -96  1998/03  [Not refereed][Not invited]

Awards & Honors

  • 2016/03 Hokkaido University President's Award for Research in 2015
     Outstanding Performance Award 
    受賞者: KATO Hirofumi

Research Grants & Projects

  • Japan Society for the Promotion of Science:Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (A)
    Date (from‐to) : 2021/04 -2025/03 
    Author : KATO Hirofumi, TSUJI Yasuo, SATO Hiroyuki, ISHIHARA Mai, ISHIDA Hajime, SASAKI Shiro, MINOSHIMA Hideki, YAMUCHI Taro
  • Japanese Society of Promotion of Science:Core to Core Program (Advanced Research Networks)
    Date (from‐to) : 2018/04 -2023/03 
    Author : KATO Hirofumi
  • 日本学術振興会:科学研究費補助金 基盤研究B
    Date (from‐to) : 2017/04 -2020/03 
    Author : 加藤 博文
  • JSPS:Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research A
    Date (from‐to) : 2016/04 -2020/03 
    Author : KATO Hirofumi
  • JSPS:The core to Core Program (Advanced Research Networks)
    Date (from‐to) : 2013/04 -2018/03 
    Author : KATO Hirofumi
  • Baikal-Hokkaido Archaeology Project
    Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada:Major Collaborative Research Initiatives
    Date (from‐to) : 2011/01 -2017/12 
    Author : A. Weber
  • JSPS:Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research A
    Date (from‐to) : 2012/10 -2016/03 
    Author : KATO Hirofumi
  • International Comparative Studies for Indigenous Rights with the relation of Cultural Heritage
    JSPS:Grant-in-Aid for challenging Exploratory Research
    Date (from‐to) : 2009/04 -2011/03 
    Author : KATO Hirofumi
  • Creating Indigenous Archaeology in World Heritage Site Shiretoko and Development of Cultural Resources
    JSPS:Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research B
    Date (from‐to) : 2008/04 -2011/03 
    Author : KATO Hirofumi
  • Archaeology of Northern Hunter-Gatherers
    International Joint Research Projects
    Date (from‐to) : 2008
  • Ainu Ethnohistory
    Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research
    Date (from‐to) : 2007
  • Environmental Adaptation Activities of Prehistoric Populations in North Asia
    JSPS:Grant-in-Aid for Young Scientists A
    Date (from‐to) : 2003/04 -2006/03 
    Author : KATO Hirofumi
  • Indigenous Archaeology
    Date (from‐to) : 2006
  • Paleolithic Archarology in North Asia
    Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research
    Date (from‐to) : 2002
  • Archarology in Hokkaido Island
    Date (from‐to) : 2000
  • History of Archarological Thought in Russia
    Date (from‐to) : 2000

Educational Activities

Teaching Experience

  • Introduction to Ainu and Indigenous Studies II: Ainu Cultural Heritage and Cultural Landscape.Introduction to Ainu and Indigenous Studies II: Ainu Cultural Heritage and Cultural Landscape. Hokkaido University Summer Insitute
  • Introduction to Ainu and Indigenous Studies I : Indigenous Heritage, Repatriation, and Cultural Property Issues.Introduction to Ainu and Indigenous Studies I : Indigenous Heritage, Repatriation, and Cultural Property Issues. Hokkaido University Summer Institute
  • Special seminar on Ainu and Indigenous Studies: Indigenous heritage and archaeologySpecial seminar on Ainu and Indigenous Studies: Indigenous heritage and archaeology Hokkaido University
  • Introduction to RJE3Introduction to RJE3 Hokkaido University
  • RJE3 Special SeminarRJE3 Special Seminar Hokkaido University
  • Special lecture on Ainu and Indigenous Studies: Theory and Practice of Indigenous ArchaeologySpecial lecture on Ainu and Indigenous Studies: Theory and Practice of Indigenous Archaeology Hokkaido University
  • International Field School in Rebun Island for Undergraduate programInternational Field School in Rebun Island for Undergraduate program Hokkaido University
  • Ainu and Indigenous Studies (Seminar)
    開講年度 : 2021
    課程区分 : 修士課程
    開講学部 : 文学院
    キーワード : 先住民文化遺産、先住民考古学、文化遺産返還、先住権、研究倫理、アイヌ民族
  • Ainu and Indigenous Studies (Lecture)
    開講年度 : 2021
    課程区分 : 修士課程
    開講学部 : 文学院
    キーワード : 先住民考古学、アイヌ民族史、文化遺産返還、研究倫理
  • History and Anthropology (Seminar)
    開講年度 : 2021
    課程区分 : 修士課程
    開講学部 : 文学研究科
    キーワード : 先住民文化遺産、先住民考古学、文化遺産返還、先住権、研究倫理、アイヌ民族
  • History and Anthropology (Lecture)
    開講年度 : 2021
    課程区分 : 修士課程
    開講学部 : 文学研究科
    キーワード : 先住民考古学、アイヌ民族史、文化遺産返還、研究倫理
  • Inter-Graduate School Classes(General Subject):Humanities and Social Sciences
    開講年度 : 2021
    課程区分 : 修士課程
    開講学部 : 大学院共通科目
    キーワード : 先住民文化遺産、先住民考古学、知的財産権、アイヌ民族、サーミ民族、カナダ北西海岸先住民
  • Inter-Graduate School Classes(General Subject):Humanities and Social Sciences
    開講年度 : 2021
    課程区分 : 修士課程
    開講学部 : 大学院共通科目
    キーワード : 先住民文化遺産、文化的景観、先住民考古学、アイヌ民族
  • Inter-Graduate School Classes(Educational Program):RJE3
    開講年度 : 2021
    課程区分 : 修士課程
    開講学部 : 大学院共通科目
    キーワード : 環境評価、文化的多様性、寒冷地住環境
  • Inter-Graduate School Classes(Educational Program):RJE3
    開講年度 : 2021
    課程区分 : 修士課程
    開講学部 : 大学院共通科目
    キーワード : 環境評価、文化的多様性、持続的発展
  • Inter-Graduate School Classes(Educational Program):RJE3
    開講年度 : 2021
    課程区分 : 修士課程
    開講学部 : 大学院共通科目
    キーワード : 環境評価、文化的多様性、生活環境と地域開発
  • Inter-Graduate School Classes(Educational Program):RJE3
    開講年度 : 2021
    課程区分 : 修士課程
    開講学部 : 大学院共通科目
    キーワード : ロシア文化史、ロシア芸術、ロシア文学
  • Introduction to Ainu and Indigenous Studies (Lecture)
    開講年度 : 2021
    課程区分 : 修士課程
    開講学部 : 文学院
    キーワード : アイヌ民族・先住民族・アイヌ研究・先住民研究・歴史学・考古学・言語学・法律学・文化遺産学・博物館学・文化人類学
  • Freshman Seminar
    開講年度 : 2021
    課程区分 : 学士課程
    開講学部 : 全学教育
    キーワード : 海洋適応、海洋狩猟採集民、野外考古学、先住民考古学、オホーツク文化、アイヌ文化,
  • People and Culture
    開講年度 : 2021
    課程区分 : 学士課程
    開講学部 : 全学教育
    キーワード : アイヌ民族、先住民、文化、歴史、考古学、言語、法律、博物館、人類学

Committee Membership

  • 2021/04 - Today   National Ainu Museum   Academic Exchange Working Member
  • 2020/09 - Today   Japan Consortium for Arctic Environment Research   Member of Steering Committee if 7th International Symposium on the Arctic Research
  • 2020/04 - Today   Biratori Town   Committee member for Ainu Culture Promotion Council

Social Contribution

Social Contribution

Social Contribution

  • Arctic Adaptation by Human: Thinking of Alternative Human History
    Date (from-to) : 2015/11/18-2015/12/08
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : Hokkaido University and Hokkaido Shinbun Press
    Event, Program, Title : Academic Fantasista
  • Archaeology and Indigenous peoples: To whom speak whose history
    Date (from-to) : 2015/08/08-2015/08/08
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : Hokkaido Ainu Association
    Event, Program, Title : Memorial symposium of International day for Indigenous peoples in 2015
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    Date (from-to) : 2014/10/26
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : Hokkaido University and Hokkaido Shinbun Press
    Event, Program, Title : Academic Fantasista
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    Date (from-to) : 2014/08/09-2014/08/09
    Role : Lecturer
    Sponser, Organizer, Publisher  : Hokkaido Ainu Association
    Event, Program, Title : Memorial Symposium of International day for Indigenous peoples in 2014


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