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Yujie Peng, Ph.D.

Current Positions
  • Project Researcher
    • National Museum of Ethnology, Japan
  • Lecturer (Part-time)
    • Kyoto University of Foreign Studies
Research Topics
  • Human Body and Environment
    • Body decoration in Congo Basin
    • Tattoo/Tattooing Culture
    • The techniques of the body
      •  tool use
  • Ethnography of Baka hunter-gatherers
    • Kinship system and residence
    • Interethnic relationships
    • Interactional analysis of collective activities
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Presentations at CHaGS XII
  • "What we learnt from CHaGS12", The Closing Plenary. 12th Conference of Hunting and Gathering Societies (CHaGS XII), University Sains Malaysia, Penang, Malaysia, 27th July.
  • Nobayashi, A. and Y. Peng.  Cross-cultural perspective of the technology and techniques for hunting and gathering from the ethnographic data12th Conference of Hunting and Gathering Societies (CHaGS XII), University Sains Malaysia, Penang, Malaysia, 25th July.
  • Cutting: from play to work among Baka children in southeastern Cameroon12th Conference of Hunting and Gathering Societies (CHaGS XII), University Sains Malaysia, Penang, Malaysia, 24th July.
Essay
アフリカ熱帯雨林の狩猟採集民とたばこ」『月刊みんぱく』2018年7月号, 国立民族学博物館, p.10-11.


                                                                               
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