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Fujikura Tatsuro

フジクラ タツロウ | Fujikura Tatsuro
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Associate Professor
Homepage URL  (1): http://www.asafas.kyoto-u.ac.jp/global/staff/fujikura/index.html
Research field  (2): Cultural anthropology and folklore ,  Local studies
Research keywords  (3): Anthropology ,  Nepal ,  South Asian Area Studies
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (2):
  • 2015 - 2019 Reconstitution of Society during Post-conflict Period: Cases from South Asia
  • 2009 - 2012 Development and Social Movements in South Asia
Papers (9):
  • FUJIKURA Tatsuro. Introduction: Akira Adachi and Non-modern Area Studies. Asian and African Area Studies. 2014. 13. 101-111
  • Frederick Errington, Tatsuro Fujikura, Deborah Gewertz. Instant Noodles as an Antifriction Device: Making the BOP with PPP in PNG. AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGIST. 2012. 114. 1. 19-31
  • Tatsuro Fujikura. Vasectomies and Other Experiments with Modernity: A Reflection on the Discourses and Practices of Family Planning in Nepal,. Journal of the Japanese Association for South Asian Studies,16: 40-71. 2004
  • Tatsuro Fujikura. The Role of Collective Imagination in the Maoist Conflict in Nepal. Himalaya: The Journal of the Association for Nepal and Himalayan Studies,XXIII(1): pp. 21-30. 2003
  • Tatsuro Fujikura. Book Review. “Engaging the Kamaiya [bonded labor] Issue.” (Review of Suresh Dhakal et..al., Issues and Experiences: Kamaiya System, Kanara Andolan and Tharus in Bardiya.) The Kathmandu Post Review of Books 22 September 2001. 2001
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MISC (7):
  • Tatsuro Fujikura. The Role of Non-State Agents in the Decentralization of Forest Resource Management in Nepal. International Workshop on "Incentive of Local Community for REDD and Semi-domestication of Non-timber Forest Products", Kyoto University. 2013
  • Tatsuro Fujikura. Three Aspects of Community among the Tharus of Western Nepal. International Seminar on “Recreating Communities in a Globalized Setting” Kyoto University. 2012
  • Tatsuro Fujikura. Political Mobilizations, Spatiality, and the Production of Locality in Western Nepal. International Conference on Changing Dynamics of Nepali Society and Politics organised by Alliance for Social Dialogue, Association for Nepal and Himalayan Studies and Social Science Baha, Shaker Hotel, Kathmandu. 2011
  • Tatsuro Fujikura. Federalism, Indigenousness, and the Production of Locality in Western Nepal. American Anthropological Association Meeting. 2010
  • Tatsuro Fujikura. Expanding Activities against Deprivation under Civil War Condition: The Case of Bonded-laborers’ Freedom Movement in Nepal. The Fourth Afrasian International Symposium: The Question of Poverty and Development in Conflict and Conflict Resolution, Ryukoku University, Kyoto. 2008
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Books (10):
  • "Inclusion" in Nepal in Transitional Period: Discursive Politics, Social Practice, Lived World
    Sangensha 2018
  • Discourses of Awareness: Development, Social Movements and the Practices of Freedom in Nepal
    Kathmandu: Martin Chautari 2013
  • Noodle Narratives: The Global Spread of an Industrial Food into the 21st Century
    University of California Press 2013
  • "Participatory forest management systems in Nepal and challenges to make them sustainable" In Shigeo Kobayashi and Kanae Ishimaru eds. The Proceedings of the International Workshop on "Incentive of Local Community for REDD and Semi-domestication of Non-ti
    Secretariate of the International Workshop on "Incentive of Local Community for REDD and Semi-domestication of Non-timber Forest Products", Kyoto University 2012
  • "Emancipation of Kamaiyas: Development, Social Movement, and Youth Activism in Post-Jana Andolan Nepal," in Arjun Guneratne ed. The Tarai: History, Society, Environment.
    Kathmandu: Social Science Baha 2011
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Lectures and oral presentations  (5):
  • “Negotiating Democracy and Indigeneity in Post-Conflict Nepal: The Case of the Tharus in Western Tarai”
    (2019)
  • State Restructuring, Communities and the Practices of Mediation in Nepal and Beyond"
    (Department of Sociology, Sikkim University 2018)
  • State Restructuring, Communities and the Practices of Mediation in Nepal and Beyond"
    (Department of Political Science, Himachal Pradesh University 2018)
  • “Communities and Mediation in Post-conflict Nepal.”
    (Symposium on Peaceful Development in South Asia, Organized by INDAS-South Asia Project and Martin Chautari,Kathmandu, Nepal 2018)
  • "Modernity, Cultural Diversity and the Politics of ‘Inclusion’ in Nepal"
    (Sikkim University-Kyoto University Joint Workshop 2017)
Education (2):
  • - 2004 University of Chicago Anthropology
  • - 1991 Amherst College Liberal Arts Anthropology
Professional career (1):
  • PhD (University of Chicago)
Work history (3):
  • 2007 - Kyoto University
  • 2005 - Kyoto University
  • 2005 - Associate Professor, Graduate School of Asian and African Area Studies, Kyoto University
Association Membership(s) (6):
THE JAPANESE SOCIETY OF CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY ,  JAPANESE ASSOCIATION FOR SOUTH ASIAN STUDIES ,  Japanese Association for Cultural Anthropology ,  American Anthropological Association ,  Nepal Academic Network (Japan) ,  Association for Nepal and Himalayan Studies
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