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Yu Hirasawa

ヒラサワ ユウ | Yu Hirasawa
Research field  (1): Archaeology
Research keywords  (4): Lithic studies ,  Alaskan archaeology ,  Beringia ,  First American
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (1):
  • 2017 - 2020 Lithic raw material utilization of the first migrants in middle Tanana River area, Alaska
Papers (11):
  • Yu Hirasawa. Research Trends on Archaeological Studies in Interior Alaska and Yukon Territories. Senri Ethnological Reports. 2022. 156. 171-203
  • Ari Junno, Hiroko Ono, Yu Hirasawa, Hirofumi Kato, Peter D. Jordan, Tetsuya Amano, Sven Isaksson. Cultural adaptations and island ecology: Insights into changing patterns of pottery use in the Susuya, Okhotsk and Satsumon phases of the Kafukai sites, Rebun Island, Japan. Quaternary International. 2021
  • Ari Junno, Jack P.R. Dury, Christian Leipe, Mayke Wagner, Pavel E. Tarasov, Yu Hirasawa, Peter D. Jordan, Hirofumi Kato. Building a high-resolution chronology for northern Hokkaido - A case study of the Late Holocene Hamanaka 2 site on Rebun Island, Hokkaido (Japan). Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports. 2021. 36. 102867-102867
  • Harry K. Robson, Alexandre Lucquin, Kevin Gibbs, Hayley Saul, Tetsuhiro Tomoda, Yu Hirasawa, Toshiro Yamahara, Hirofumi Kato, Sven Isaksson, Oliver E. Craig, et al. Walnuts, salmon and sika deer: Exploring the evolution and diversification of Jōmon “culinary” traditions in prehistoric Hokkaidō. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology. 2020. 60. 101225-101225
  • Evaluation of Chiquihuite Cave site, Zacatecas, Mexico, within the peopling of Americas senarios. 2020. 2. 46-49
Work history (1):
  • 2022/04 - 現在 University of East Asia Faculty of Human Sciences Department of International Studies Associate Professor
Association Membership(s) (4):
日本旧石器学会 ,  日本シベリア学会 ,  Alaska Anthropological Association ,  Society for American Archaeology
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