Publications on Japanese Archaeology in Western Languages


1995 Publications

 

Books

 

Kenrick, Douglas Moore, Jomon of Japan: The World's Oldest Pottery. London and New York: Kegan Paul International.

 

 

Chapters and Articles

 

Aikens, C.M., 'First in the world: the Jomon pottery of early Japan.' In The Emergence of Pottery: Technology and Innovation in Ancient Socities, edited by W.K. Barnett and J. Hoopes, pp.11-21. Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press.

 

A.C. D'Andrea, 'Archaeobotanical evidence for Zoku-Jomon subsistence at the Mochiyazawa site, Hokkaido, Japan.' Journal of Archaeological Science 22: 583-595.

 

D'Andrea, A. Catherine, 'Later Jomon subsistence in Northeastern Japan: new evidence from palaeoethnobotanical studies'. Asian Perspectives 34(2): 195-227.

 

D'Andrea, A. Catherine,G. W. Crawford, M. Yoshizaki and T. Kudo, 'Late Jomon cultigens in northeastern Japan'. Antiquity 69: 146-152.

 

Dumond, Don E. and Richard L. Bland, 'Holocene prehistory of the northernmost north Pacific.' Journal of World Prehistory 9(4): 401-451.

 

Edwards, Walter, 'Kobayashi Yukio's "Treatise on duplicate mirrors": an annotated translation.' Tenri Daigaku Gakuho 178: 179-205.

 

Fawcett, Clare, 'Nationalism and postwar Japanese archaeology. In Nationalism, Politics, and the Practice of Archaeology, edited by Philip L. Kohl and Clare Fawcett, pp.232-246. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

 

Hammer, Michael F. and Horai Satoshi, 'Y chromosonal DNA variation and the peopling of Japan.' American Journal of Human Genetics 56: 951-962.

 

Ikawa-Smith, Fumiko, 'The Jomon, the Ainu and the Okinawans: the changing politics of ethnic identity in Japanese archeology'. In Communicating with Japan: Images Past, Present and Future, edited by Dennis J. Dicks, pp.43-56. Montreal: Concordia University.

 

Matsui Akira, 'Postglacial hunter-gatherers in the Japanese archipelago: maritime adaptations'. In Man and Sea in the Mesolithic: Coastal Settlement Above and Below Present Sea Level, edited by Anders Fischer, pp.327-334. Oxford: Oxbow.

 

Oota Hiroki, Saitou Naruya, Matsushita Takayuki and Ueda Shintaroh, 'A genetic study of 2,000-year-old human remains from Japan using mitochondrial DNA sequences.' American Journal of Physical Anthropology 98: 133-145.

 

Patterson, Thomas C., 'Gender, class and state formation in ancient Japan' in Alternative Pathways to Early State, edited by Nikolay N. Kradin and Valeri A. Lynsha. Vladivostok: Dal' nauka.

 

Pearson, Richard J., 'State evolution in the Ryukyus, AD 1200-1600'. In Anthropology and the Museum: International Conference on Anthropology and the Museum, edited by Tsong-yuan Lin, pp.165-183. Taipei: Taiwan Museum.

 

Tsude Hiroshi, 'Archaeological theory in Japan'. In Theory in Archaeology: A World Perspective, edited by P.J. Ucko, pp.298-311. London and New York: Routledge.

 

Yamamoto Tadano and Walter Edwards, 'Early Buddhist temples in Japan: roof-tile manufacture and the social basis of temple construction.' World Archaeology 27: 336-353.

 

 

Notes, Book Reviews, etc

 

Hudson, Mark J., 'The Ainu: from myth to history'. ANU Reporter 26(14): 7.

 

Miyaji Atsuko, 'Ikejima-Fukumanji site at Osaka, Japan'. WARP 17: 6-11.

 

Underhill, Anne P., review of Gina L. Barnes, 'China, Korea, and Japan: The Rise of Civilization in East Asia'. Asian Perspectives 34(2): 312-315.

 


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