EADES Jeremy seymour

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Name
EADES Jeremy seymour
URL
http://www.apu.ac.jp/~jse
Affiliation
Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University
Section
College of Asia Pacific Studies
Job title
Professor,Dean, College of Asia Pacific Studies,Dean, Graduate School of Asia Pacific Studies
Degree
Doctor of Social Anthropology(Cambridge University, UK), Social Anthropology(St. John's College)

Academic & Professional Experience

 
1971
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1976
:Lecture in Sociology, Department of Sociology, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Nigeria
 
1976
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1989
:Lecture in Social Anthropology, Department of Sociology and Social Anthropology, Faculty of Social Sciences, Unibersity of Kent at Canterbury, UK
 
1988
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1994
:Visiting Professor, Department of History, Nankai University, China ( 3 times between 3/1998 and 10/1994 )
 
1989
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1994
:Senior Lecturer in SOcial Anthropology, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Kent at Canterbur, UK.
 
1991
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1994
:Associate Professor, Department of Cultural Anthropology, University of Tokyo, Japan
 

Education

 
 
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1975
Social anthropology, Cambridge University
 
 
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1968
Social anthropology, St. John's College
 

Misc

 
“Moving bodies: The intersections of sex, work, and tourism.”
EADES Jeremy Seymour
Research in Economic Anthropology   29    2009
Multiculturalism and social justice in reverse: Migration and human rights in the post 9/11 era
EADES Jeremy Seymour
Ritsumeikan Studies in Language and Culture   19(4) 33-60   2008
Heritage tourism in Japan: A synthesis and comment, ,” in Bruce Prideaux, Dallen J. Timothy and Kaye Chon, eds, Cultural and Heritage Tourism in Asia and the Pacific. London: Routledge, pp. 107-117.
EADES Jeremy Seymour
London, Routledge   (107-117)    2008
Sex tourism and the internet: Information, amplification, and moral panics, in Wayne Pease, Michelle Rowe and Malcolm Cooper (eds), Information and Communication Technologies in Support of the Tourism Industry.
EADES Jeremy Seymour
Hershey PA: Idea Group Publishing   260-284.   2007
The Politics of Exclusion? Japanese cultural reactions and the Government's desire to double Inbound Tourism
EADES Jeremy Seymour
Peter Burns and Marina Novelli (Eds), Tourism and Politics: Local Frameworks and Global Realities. Pergamon/Elsevier, Advances in Tourism Research Series.      2006

Books etc

 
Transnational Migration in East Asia: Japan in a Comparative Focus. Edited by Shinji Yamashita, Makito Minami, David W. Haines, and Jerry S. Eades. no.
Osaka: Japan National Museum of Ethnology. Senri Ethnological Reports 77.   2008   
(Translated) Y. Hada, Postgraduate and professional training in Japanese universities: Causes and directions of change, in J.S. Eades, R. Goodman, and Y. Hada, eds. The Big Bang in Japanese Higher Education. no.
Melbourne: Trans Pacific Press   2005   
East Asia, in J. Carrier (ed) A Handbook of Economic Anthropology no.
London: Edward Elgar   2004   
(with Shinji Yamashita, Joseph Bosco) Asian anthropologies: Foreign, native and indigenous, in S. Yamashita, J. Bosco, and J.S. Eades, eds. The Making of Anthropology in East and Southeast Asia. no.
Oxford and New York: Berghahn   2004   
(edited, with Shinji Yamashita and Joseph Bosco) The Making of Anthropology in East and Southeast Asia no.
Oxford and New York: Berghahn   2004   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Eroding Borders? Globalization, resource security and the coming crisis of the nation state. International Symposium on Global Justice and Multiculturalism, Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, 22 March, 2009
2009   
Where have all the people gone? Strategies for rural redevelopment in a an aging society. Workshop on Satoyama, Satoyama Program, Kanazawa University, March 25 2009.
2009   
From Globalization to Global Warming: Modelling the implications of climate change for East Asia.
American Anthropological Association, Annual Meeting, San Francisco.   2008