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Shibutani Ayako

シブタニ アヤコ | Shibutani Ayako
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Project Assistant Researcher
Other affiliations (1):
Homepage URL  (1): http://ayakoshibutani.academia.edu/
Research field  (3): Physical anthropology ,  Cultural properties ,  Archaeology
Research keywords  (13): Historical resources ,  Scientific approach of historical paper materials ,  Jomon period ,  Stone artefacts ,  Human-environment interaction ,  Plant remains on pottery vessels ,  Plant utilization ,  Dietary analysis ,  East Asia ,  Ethnographic survey ,  Jomon pottery ,  Starch residue analysis ,  Archaeobotany
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (42):
  • 2024 - 2028 Interdisciplinary Study on the Interrelationship between pottery use and cereal cooking in the Yin Culture
  • 2023 - 2028 Applied Practice of "Science of Historical Materials"
  • 2022 - 2026 Elucidation of the burial principle and social transformation at the end of the Jomon period by bone archaeological analysis of injured human bones
  • 2024 - 2025 Scientific study on papers used for historical materials in Early Modern Ryukyu
  • 2024 - 2025 Scientific study on the morphology and papers used for Medieval and Early Modern materials in Eastern Japan
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Papers (91):
  • Ayako Shibutani, Masashi Amano, Akihiko Takashima, Hiroe Nukui, Koki Yanbe. From the recordings of the research roundtable "Talking about studies of papers used for historical materials". Tokyo Daigaku Shiryo Hensan-jo Kenkyu Kiyo. 2024. 34. 34. 127-142
  • 石川隆二, 高島晶彦, 渋谷綾子. MIG-seqを利用した日本在来カジノキの遺伝的多様性の解析. 日本遺伝学会大会プログラム・予稿集. 2023. 95th (CD-ROM)
  • Ayako Shibutani, Satoru Nakamura, Kanako Hirasawa, Honami Inukai, Toshiyuki Yamada, Airu Adachi, Ikki Ohmukai, Taizo Yamada. Developing a New Research Data Infrastructure for Japanese Historical Materials. Digital Humanities (DH) 2023. 2023
  • 武智英明, 石田正紀, 後藤剛喜, 與那嶺亮, 高島晶彦, 山口悟史, 渋谷綾子, 平澤加奈子, 広田克也, 尾上陽介. Investigation of Japanese paper “Washi” classification using infrared spectroscopy and machine learning. 近赤外フォーラム講演要旨集(CD-ROM). 2023. 39th
  • Ayako Shibutani, Tomoya Aono, Yukihito Nagaya. Starch granules from human teeth: New clues on the Epi-Jomon diet. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution. 2022. 10. 907666-907666
MISC (11):
  • Ayako Shibutani, Masashi Amano. "Science of Historical Materials: Multi-faceted Analyses of papers used for historical materials" (Bungaku-Report.com). ALL REVIEWS. 2023
  • Ayako Shibutani. Plant utilisation in the formation stage of Chinese civilization: An analysis of starch grains. A New Archaeology Initiative to Elucidate the Formation Process of Chinese Civilization News Letter. 2021. 1. 10-10
  • Ayako Shibutani. Starch tells the past and future. Monthly Report Sugar and Starch Information. 2019. 11. 2-8
  • Ayako Shibutani. Diet of the Jomon People from the Scope of Jomon Pottery: Understanding Starch Residue Analysis. Musashino Jurin. 2019. 2. 42-43
  • Ayako Shibutani. From a point to surface, and to historical studies. Digital Humanities Monthly. 2018. 82
Books (28):
  • New perspectives for archaeological science in East Asia
    Yuzankaku. Inc 2024 ISBN:9784639029700
  • Survey and Research about Ancient Manuscripts of the Seikado Collection
    Historiographical Institute of the University of Tokyo, Seikado Fundation 2024
  • Science of Historical Materials: Multi-faceted Analyses of papers used for historical materials
    Bungaku-Report.com 2023 ISBN:9784867660041
  • Starting guidebook for scientific analysis: From sampling to interpretation
    Shobi Printing Co.,Ltd 2022
  • Archaeology in Gangnam, China
    Shinichi Nakamura 2022
Lectures and oral presentations  (118):
  • Offering consultation services for preservation and restoration of historical materials
    (The 34th EAJRS Conference 2024)
  • Initiatives for Sharing and Utilization of Humanities and Social Science Data at the University of Tokyo
    (The 34th EAJRS Conference 2024)
  • Current states and perspectives of archaeological starch studies in Japan
    (Archaeological starch research at 25: Pitfalls, progress and potential)
  • About starch close at hand
    (Series "Lecture + Research + Summarize" 2024)
  • Physicochemical analysis of historical materials
    (Lecture on rediscovering local culture and history 2024)
Works (1):
  • Small Things in Perspective: An Integrated Approach to Historical Paper Materials through Digital Infrastructure and Microscopy
    Ayako Shibutani 2019 - 2019
Education (5):
  • 2005 - 2010 Graduate University for Advanced Studies School of Cultural and Social Studies Department of Comparative Cultures
  • 2003 - 2005 University of Bradford Department of Archaeological Sciences MSc in Scientific Methods in Archaeology
  • 2001 - 2005 Graduate School of Kansai University Faculty of Letters in PhD Course Department of History
  • 1999 - 2001 Graduate School of Kansai University Faculty of Letters in Master Course Department of History
  • 1995 - 1999 Kansai University Department of Letters Faculty of History and Geography
Professional career (4):
  • Ph.D. (The Graduate University for Advanced Studies)
  • M.Sc. in Archaeological Science (University of Bradford)
  • Master of Letters (Kansai University)
  • B.A. (Kansai University)
Work history (15):
  • 2023/12 - 現在 The University of Tokyo Historiographical Institute Project Assistant Researcher
  • 2022/04 - 現在 National Institute of Science and Technology Policy Center for Science and Technology Foresight and Indicators Professional investigator
  • 2020/04 - 現在 The University of Tokyo The University Museum Research Project Supporter
  • 2023/04 - 2023/11 The University of Tokyo Historiographical Institute Project Researcher
  • 2020/04 - 2023/03 The University of Tokyo Historiographical Institute Project Assistant Researcher
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Committee career (12):
  • 2022/11 - 現在 Frontiers in Environmental Archaeology Review Editor
  • 2023/10 - 2025/09 Japanese Association of Historical Botany The 14th Commissioner of Public Relations & External Affairs
  • 2023/06 - 2024/06 The Museum of Kyoto Planning Committee Member of the Special Exhibition
  • 2021/04 - 2021/09 The 11th Conference of Japanese Association for Digital Humanities (JADH2021) Local Organizer
  • 2019/04 - 2021/03 Japan Society for the Promotion of Science Expert Member of Committee of Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research
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Awards (5):
  • 2018/07 - Japan Society for Scientific Studies on Cultural Properties 12th Poster Prize Tracing and identifying archaeological crop plants from the scope of burial experiments of Japanese radish
  • 2017/06 - Japan Society for Scientific Studies on Cultural Properties 11th Poster Prize Exploring papers of Japanese historical archives with digital microscope: A multi-disciplinary approach for “Integrated Studies of Cultural and Research Resources”
  • 2013/12 - Inter-University Research Institute Corporation, National Institutes for the Humanities 第1回人間文化研究奨励賞
  • 2011 - Japanese Association of Historical Botany The 1st Article Prize of the Japanese Association of Historical Botany "A comparative starch reference collection in Japanese archipelago and its application to Japanese archaeological studies ? focusing on morphological classification of archaeological starch grains"
  • 2008 - The World Archaeological Congress WAC Student Poster Prize runner-up 「Late Pleistocene to Early Holocene Plant Movements in Southern Kyushu, Japan」
Association Membership(s) (13):
Association for Environmental Archaeology (AEA) ,  Japanese Association for Digital Humanities ,  The Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations ,  The Anthropological Society of Nippon ,  Association of Archaeological Wear and Residue Analysts (AWRANA) ,  Society of Archaeological Studies ,  Society for American Archaeology(SAA) ,  Society for East Asian Archaeology(SEAA) ,  Japanese Archaeological Association ,  The World Archaeological Congress ,  Japanese Association of Historical Botany ,  Japan Society for Scientific Studies on Cultural Properties ,  European Association for Japanese Studies
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