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Takase Katsunori

タカセ カツノリ | Takase Katsunori
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Associate Professor
Other affiliations (1):
  • Arctic Research Center, Hokkaido University
Homepage URL  (2): https://hokudai-koko.sakura.ne.jp/https://hokudai-koko.sakura.ne.jp/
Research field  (3): Museology ,  Cultural properties ,  Archaeology
Research keywords  (37): Paleoecology ,  Historical ecology ,  Sakha Republic ,  archaeology ,  Kuril Ainu ,  Low-power approach ,  High-power approach ,  Micro-charcoal analysis ,  Radiocarbon dating ,  End scraper ,  Naiji pottery ,  Northern Pacific Zone ,  Bering Sea ,  Russian Plain ,  Sakhalin Island ,  Kuril Islands ,  Japanese Islands ,  Mesolithic ,  Moscow Oblast' ,  Magadan Oblast' ,  Azerbaijan ,  Neolithic ,  Paleoethnography ,  Epi-Jomon Culture ,  Yayoi Culture ,  Jomon Culture ,  Paleolithic ,  Kamchatka ,  Hide processing ,  Lithic use-wear analysis ,  Replication method ,  Charred seed ,  Paleoethnobotany ,  Plant archaeology ,  Prehistoric archaeology ,  Paramushir Island ,  Shumshu Island
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (4):
  • 2019 - 2019 Exploring Jomon Period Food and Ground Stone Technology through Starch Residues in Southwestern Hokkaido, Japan
  • 2018 - 2018 An Archaeological Examinations on the Resource Decline in Prehistoric Hokkaido
  • 2017 - 2017 Hokkaido University Professor with Special Apointments (Prof. G. W. Crawford, University of Toronto Mississauga)
  • 2012 - 2012 A study on prehistoric cultural interaction between Hokkaido and Kamchatka
Papers (173):
  • Takase, K. Archaeological approach to animal resources as trade goods. 2020. 177-182
  • Takase, K. Diet of the Kuril Ainu as evidenced from charred materials adhering to ceramic surfaces. Journal of the Faculty of Humanities and Human Science. 2020. 15. 37-47
  • Diakonov, V. M., translated by Ato Kakiuchi, notes by K. Takase and M. Fukuda. Archaeology of Yakutia: Cultural development from the Early Paleolithic to the Late Middle Ages. Journal of the Center for Northern Humanities. 2020. 13. 175-193
  • Takase, K. Archaeological sites of the Ainu in the Northern Kuril Islands and the Kamchatka Peninsula. Ancient Settlement Sites in Hokkaido (Hokkaido Committee for the Promotion of Active Use of Cultural Properties). 2020. 17-20-41-45
  • Katsunori Takase. Charred seeds from the Horonai 8 site, Atsuma Town, Hokkaido. The Horonai 8 Site. 2020. 189-195
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MISC (5):
  • K. Takase. Power and authority of influential persons in hunter-gatherer societies: A case study in Hokkaido. Quarterly of Archaeological Studies. 2020. 66. 44. 25-26
  • K. Takase, J. Mitsumoto. What is power?: The relationship between group and infrastracture. Quarterly of Archaeological Studies. 2020. 66. 44. 24-24
  • Takase, K. Pit dwellings in the Botanic Garden. Hokkaido University Alternative Map (Jurosha). 2019. 38-45
  • Takase, K. Agricultural settlement under Keitekiryo university dormitory. Hokkaido University Alternative Map (Jurosha). 2019. 31-37
  • Takase, K. Study on sustainable resource use in northern Japan based on archaeological records. Sustainability Report 2018: Toward Sustainable Campus (Hokkaido University). 2018. 9-9
Books (5):
  • Illustrated Catalogue of Archaeological Materials from Kamchatka in T. M. Dikova Collection Preserved in the North-Eastern Interdisciplinary Scientific Research Institute, Far Eastern Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences (NEISRI FEB RAS), Magadan, Russia
    Archaeology Laboratory, Graduate School of Letters, Hokkaido University, Japan and The North-Eastern Interdisciplinary Scientific Research Institute, FEB RAS, Russia 2019
  • Archaeological Materials from the Esanuka 2 Site, Sarufutsu Village, Hokkaido, Japan
    Laboratory of Archaeology Graduate School of Letters Hokkaido University 2017
  • Fugusawa II
    The Fugusawa Site Research Group 2016
  • Illustrated Catalogue of Archaeological Materials - Archaeological Materials from the Kuril Islands
    Field Science Center for Northern Biosphere, Hokkaido University 2016
  • Revisiting “the Sakhalin and Kuril Routes” as Prehistoric Cultural Corridors
    2015
Lectures and oral presentations  (28):
  • V Северный Археологический Конгресс (Ханты-Мансийск)
    (V Northern Archaeological Congress (Khanty-Mansiysk) 2019)
  • Southern Kamchatka, the Kuril Islands in the Neolithic and the Development of Maritime Adaptations in Hokkaido
    (Workshop “Investigating Neolithic Trajectories in Northeast Asia" 2019)
  • Dietary analysis using charred residues on pottery from the Epi-Jomon culture to the Satsumon culture in Hokkaido
    (2018)
  • Development and epoch of millet use in Central Hokkaido as seen from charred seeds and impressions on the ceramic surface
    (2018)
  • Result of an examination using the replication method in Aomori and Miyagi Prefectures
    (Development of Farming Cultures in Eastern Japan 2018)
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Education (3):
  • 1998 - 2001 Hokkaido University Graduate School of Letters
  • 1996 - 1998 Hokkaido University Graduate School of Letters
  • 1993 - 1996 Hokkaido University Faculty of Letters
Professional career (2):
  • Ph.D. (Hokkaido University)
  • M.A. (Hokkaido University)
Work history (7):
  • 2019/04 - 現在 Hokkaido University
  • 2011/04 - 2019/03 Graduate School of Letters, Hokkaido University Associate Professor
  • 2017/10 - 2018/04 University of Washington Visiting Scholar
  • 2009/04 - 2011/03 Meiji University Associate Professor
  • 2007/04 - 2009/03 Meiji University Lecturer
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Awards (1):
  • 2017/01 - Hokkaido University Presidential Research Award
Association Membership(s) (1):
Society for American Archaeology
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