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  Shigeru KABATA
   Department   Kyoto University of Foreign Studies  International Research Institute for Studies in Language and Peace
   Position  
■ Academic conference presentation
1. 2019/04/14 Early Urbanism and Intermediate-Scale Social Interaction in Formative Central Mexico: Ritual Practice and Socio-Spatial Organization at Tlalancaleca, Puebla (Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology)
2. 2018/04/14 Changing Urban Networks in Formative Central Mexico: A View from Tlalancaleca, Puebla (Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology)
3. 2018/04/14 Monumental Architecture in Central Mexico during the Terminal Formative: New Findings from the Tlalancaleca Archaeological Project, Puebla (Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology)
4. 2017/04/01 Architecture and Urban Transformation in Formative Central Mexico: New Findings from the Tlalancaleca Archaeological Project, Puebla (Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology)
5. 2016/09/01 Early Urbanism in Central Mexico: Preliminary Results of the Tlalancaleca Archaeological Project, Puebla (Eighth World Archaeological Congress (WAC8))
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■ Books and academic papers
1. Article "Particularity of the Periphery: Exchange Systems between the Southeast Toluca Valley and Teotihuacan"  pp.51-71 (Single) 2020/03 Link
2. Article "A Multi-Method Approach to Reconstructing Occupational History and Activity Areas: A Case Study at the Formative Site of Tlalancaleca, Central Mexico" Journal of Field Archaeology 43(8),pp.634-654 (Collaboration) 2018/11 Link
3. Article "Development of an early city in Central Mexico: the Tlalancaleca Archaeological Project" Antiquity 91(356),pp.455-473 (Collaboration) 2017/04 Link
4. Article "Procurement, Symbolism, and Materialization: Obsidian Artifacts from Teotihuacan Monuments" Constructing, Deconstructing, and Reconstructing Social Identity pp.19-40 (Collaboration) 2013/03 Link
■ Works
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メキシコ、トラランカレカ遺跡の風景
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(上)トラランカレカ遺跡最大規模のセロ・グランデ・ピラミッド;(下)遺構と遺物の写真
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トラランカレカ考古学プロジェクトのメンバー
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JSPS科研費15K12789(2015年度-2016年度・挑戦的萌芽研究)「マンガが伝えるメキシコの歴史と文化:情報発信ツール開拓への挑戦」で作成したマンガの一例。
■ Academic background
1. 2003/08~2010/04 〔Doctoral course〕 Archaeology, Institute of Anthropological Investigations, National Autonomous University of Mexico, Completed, Anthropology
2. 2002/01~2002/06 〔Master degree program〕 Anthropology, Department of Anthropology, School of Social Sciences, University of the Americas, Studying abroad
3. 2000/04~2003/03 〔Master degree program〕, Graduate School, Division of International Culture, Aichi Prefectural University, Completed, International Culture
4. 1993/04~1998/03 History and Geography, Faculty of Literature, Kansai University, Graduated, Bachelor of Arts
■ Business career
1. 2020/04~ Kyoto University of Foreign Studies International Research Institute for Studies in Language and Peace
2. 2014/11~2020/03 Kyoto University of Foreign Studies Institute for Latin American Studies Visiting researcher
3. 2013/08~2019/06 University of the Americas Department of Anthropology, School of Social Sciences Associate Professor
4. 2013/06~2020/03 Ritsumeikan University Research Center for Pan-Pacific Civilizations Visiting researcher
5. 2012/08~2012/12 Arizona State University School of Human Evolution and Social Change Visiting researcher
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■ Main Subject
Archaeology for Cross-Cultural Understanding
■ Belonging society
1. 2000/10~ Society for American Archaeology Link
■ Qualification and license
1. 2000/10/07 Museum Curator Qualification
■ Subject
1. Archaeology and Cultures (BC10A)
■ Overseas works
● Overseas research activity (Last year)
 Stay two weeks or more   Total 2
 Stay less than two weeks   Total 1
● Overseas International Conference or Society (Last year)
 Responsibility about Various Cost   Attendance Frequency   Announcement Frequency
 Organizer  0  times  0  times
 Foreign Organization  0  times  0  times
 MEXT / JSPS  1  times  1  times
 Other Government-affiliated Institution  0  times  0  times
 Affiliated Organization  0  times  0  times
 Foundation etc.(contribution/trust)  0  times  0  times
 Own Expense  0  times  0  times
 Total  1  times  1  times
●Foreign Languages Used for International Conferences
 For Presentations   English, Spanish  
 For Papers   English, Spanish  
■ Research topic, funded research, and department laboratory expense
1. 2020/04~2023/03  Improving the durability of the pyramids in Ancient Mexico: worldviews, natural disasters, and technological innovation  (Key Word : )
2. 2020/04~2022/03  Materiality of urbanism in ancient Mexico: Dominating the space and the universe  (Key Word : Ancient City, Teotihuacan, Tlalancaleca, Cognitive Archaeology, Symbolism) Link
3. 2019/04~2023/03  Dynamics of Urbanization in Ancient Mexico: Intellectual Systematization and Materialization of Worldview  (Key Word : Tlalancaleca, Teotihuacan, Cosmovision, Ancient City, Mesoamerica) Link
4. 2015/04~2017/03  Learning Mexican Prehistory and Culture through Manga: Public Archaeology as Action in Tlalancaleca  (Key Word : Community Support, Cultural Heritage, Cultural Anthropology, Manga) Link
5. 2014/04~2019/03  Comparative studies of Mesoamerican Civilization  (Key Word : Comparative Study of Civilizations, Maya, Teotihuacan) Link
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■ Department laboratory expense researcher number
60585066
■ Teaching Experiences
1. Physical Anthropology(Department of Anthropology, University of the Americas)
2. Inorganic Materials Analysis(Department of Anthropology, University of the Americas)
3. Archaeology of the Americas(Department of Anthropology, University of the Americas)
4. South American Archaeology(Department of Anthropology, University of the Americas)
5. Introduction to Archaeology(Department of Anthropology, University of the Americas)
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