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Lucien Clercq

Lucien Clercq
Affiliation and department:
Research field  (1): Cultural anthropology and folklore
Research keywords  (13): Blackness ,  American occupation ,  Aboriginal Written Literature ,  Northern Hemisphere ,  Comparative Anthropology ,  Mixed Race ,  Hybridity ,  Black American Cultures ,  Anthropology of Violence in Colonial & Postcolonial contexts ,  French Ethnology & Literature ,  Political Anthropology ,  Ainu ,  Ethnohistory
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (3):
  • 2019 - 2021 « The Ainu indigenous people of Japan facing the challenges of identity reconstruction ».
  • 2008 - 2010 Doctoral Scholarship
  • 2005 - 2007 Research Scholarship
Papers (20):
  • Fantasized Identity: Multiculturalism, Multiracialism, and Otherness in Japan. Communications (Races et racismes), direction André Burguière. 2020. 107
  • Amerindian influence in the historical reappropriation of the Ainu and the construction of an indigenous Hokkaido ethnopolitics in Japan. Septentrional. 2020. 5. 61. 82
  • Clercq Lucien. "Arts and Sociocultural Appropriations: The Evolution of Ainu Crafts in Modern Primitive Art. Part II". Media & Communication Studies. 2019. 72. 25-46
  • Clercq Lucien. "Arts and Sociocultural Appropriations: The Evolution of Ainu Crafts in Modern Primitive Art. Part I". Media & Communication Studies. 2019. 72. 01-25
  • Clercq Lucien. "Sociocultural Revalorization of the Ainu Through the Construction of Original Identity Markers: Two Ceremonial Examples of Ethnohistorical Appropriation (Prolegomena Part II)"]. Media & Communication Studies. 2018. 71. 1. 35
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Lectures and oral presentations  (19):
  • 「An example of identity reconstruction of Ainu autochthony through the ceremony commemorating the return of the kamuy salmon to Hokkaido (Ashiri chiep nomi)」
    (Chitose International Forum 20 2019)
  • The Ainu today: Identity and socio-cultural reconstruction of autochthony in Japan
    (Maison Franco-Japonaise - UMIFRE 19, Tôkyô 2019)
  • The influence of Blackamerican struggles among Ainu people and their supporters in Japan
    (Blackness in Japan: Japan in contact with Blackamerican cultures, INHA, Paris 2018)
  • Shibusawa-Claudel 35th Prize Edition Speech
    (Invitation by the Shibusawa Eiichi Foundation, the Yomiuri newspaper and the Embassy of Japan in France 2018)
  • "The Amerindian influence in the historical reappropriation of the Ainu people and the construction of indigenous ethnopolitics in Japan"
    (Société japonaise de la culture et des lettres françaises, Hokkaidô, Shibukai 2018)
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Education (2):
  • - 2018 Associate professor Qualification of the National Council of French Universities (CNU) : section 20 (Anthropology, Ethnology, Prehistory) & section 15 (Oriental languages and literatures, specialty: Japan)
  • - 2017 EHESS Paris PhD
Professional career (3):
  • PhD in social anthropology & ethnology (EHESS)
  • MD in social anthropology & ethnology (EHESS)
  • BA in ethnology (Bordeaux University)
Awards (3):
  • 2019 - Hokkaido University Hokkaido University President's Award for Excellence in Teaching
  • 2018 - Prize awarded in Japan and France for outstanding researches related to each other’s culture. Shibusawa-Claudel Association & Yomiuri Shimbun. 35th Shibusawa-Claudel Prize
  • 2017 - Hokkaido University President's Award for Excellence in Teaching
Association Membership(s) (1):
LA SOCIETE JAPONAISE DE LANGUE ET LITTERATURE FRANCAISES / THE JAPANESE SOCIETY OF FRENCH LANGUAGE & LITERATURE
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