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【新着図書・ジャーナル】no.52

2013.05.01

新着ジャーナル3本、寄贈新着ジャーナル1本(大阪大学スワヒリ語・アフリカ地域文化研究室より、ありがとうございました)、寄贈DVD2本、寄贈エキシビション・パンフレット1冊(慶田先生より)です。

人類学研究室に配架しています。


 

[ジャーナル]
 
 
ペンバ島キユユにおけるスワヒリ語基礎語彙600語の記述調査
伊戸根綾子
 
Verbal  Inflection in Baan
YANAGIMURA Yu
 
 
 
特集 認識するということ
目次
随想 三岸節子の生き方
ギャップを超えた同期現象的認識 ― 高田屋嘉兵衛の知恵…生田美智子
「食べもの」という幻影…藤原辰史
看護における「見える」「シグナル」「わかんない」…村上靖彦
ナウシカとニヒリズム…重田園江
多文化接触のメディア空間 ― 米国のコミュニティラジオから…西川麦子
二種類の「知る」行動 ― 哲学的人類学から見た「認識」…池井 望
G・ヴィーコと知の技法…伊藤公雄
運動する認識…北垣 徹
認識するということ ― 妄想と検証…子安増生
脳の働きと心の働き ― ヒューリングズ・ジャクソンの神経哲学…山鳥 重
脳神経科学の哲学的挑戦…加藤泰史
地球温暖化問題をどう見るか ― リスク、責任、新たなパラダイム…高村ゆかり
世界史像と世界史認識…土肥恒之
 
 
April 2013 Volume 29, Issue 2 Pages i–ii, 1–32   (すべてオンラインで読めます [学内専用])
© Royal Anthropological Institute
 
 
Being Muslim in South Sudan (Respond to this article at http://www.therai.org.uk/at/debate) (pages 2–3)
Noah Salomon
 
Privatizing the borders: Human rights and the British visa regime (Respond to this article at http://www.therai.org.uk/at/debate) (pages 8–12)
Deema Kaneff
 
Writing development (Respond to this article at http://www.therai.org.uk/at/debate) (pages 4–7)
Bengt G. Karlsson
 
Religion, the state, and the Vietnamese lunar new year (Respond to this article at http://www.therai.org.uk/at/debate) (pages 18–22)
Patrick McAllister
 
Guns, anthropology, and cultural relativism: A response to Hugh Gusterson's ‘Making a killing’, AT28(1) (Respond to this article at http://www.therai.org.uk/at/debate) (pages 23–25)
Niklas Hultin
 
etc. 
 
 
4. TLS April 19 2013 No. 5742 (研究室でお読みください)
 
 
[TLS: Facebook]
 
Ian Pindar
 
J. C.
 
Raphael Lyne
 
An injunction against a Poet Laureate (brought by himself), Richard Brautigan the out-of-step gunslinger, Edward Dorn the author of Gunslinger – A note from the Deputy Editor
Published: 24 April 2013
 
 
[DVD]
Careers in Anthropology DVD
 
1. Anthropology: Real People, Real Careers  2006
 
”"What can you DO with a degree in anthropology?” This  product provides exciting information about the vast array of careers available to anthropologists.
Whether students are considering an anthropology degree, a declared major or are simply curious about what kind of jobs are available to anthropologists, this is a valuable source of information. Anthropology: Real People, Real Careers is comprised of interviews with individuals working in ten different fields in applied anthropology. These include:
 
• Sociocultural Anthropology
• Archaeology
• Physical Anthropology
• Linguistic Anthropology
• Medical Anthropology
• Forensic Anthropology
• Business and Corporate Anthropology
• Visual Anthropology
• Environmental Anthropology
• Museum Anthropology       ”
 
 
2. Beyond Ethnography: Corporate and Design Anthropology  2008
 
”Produced by Emily Altimare and co-produced and directed by Clinton Humphrey, the DVD provides insights on corporate and design anthropology by drawing on ethnographic research projects conducted at General Motors Corporation(GM).  The stories and experiences of applied anthropologists working at GM highlight their challenges, objectives, and accomplishments as practicing anthropologists in a corporate setting.  This film proves beneficial in exemplifying how corporate research initiatives are invigorated through the application of both anthropological theory and methodology. ”
 
 
[パンフレット]
 
 
June 18, 2011 - January 8, 2012 (new closing date)
Museum: Natural History Museum
Location: Special Exhibit Gallery, 2nd Floor, Northeast Wing (Hall 23)
 
”It's a simple truth.
 
People are different. Throughout history, these differences have been a source of community strength and personal identity. They have also been the basis for discrimination and oppression.
 
The idea of "race" has been used historically to describe these differences and justify mistreatment of people and even genocide. Today, contemporary scientific understanding of human variation is beginning to challenge "racial" differences, and even question the very concept of race.
 
RACE: Are We So Different?, developed by the American Anthropological Association in collaboration with the Science Museum of Minnesota, is the first national exhibition to tell the stories of race from the biological, cultural, and historical points of view. Combining these perspectives offers an unprecedented look at race and racism in the United States.”
 
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