Clercq Lucien

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Name
Clercq Lucien
Affiliation
Hokkaido University
Section
Research Faculty of Media and Communication
Job title
Specially Appointed Associate Professor, French Instructor
Degree
PhD in social anthropology & ethnology(EHESS), MD in social anthropology & ethnology(EHESS), BA in ethnology(Bordeaux University)

Profile

Specially Appointed Associate Professor / French Instructor at Hokkaido University Research Faculty of Media and Communication. Research Specialty: Ethnohistory, Ethnology, Anthropology. Research Fields: Anthropology of Violence in Colonial and Postcolonial Societies, Cultural Anthropology & Literature, Political Anthropology, Ainu culture, Indigenous Peoples & Indigenous Arts, Comparative Anthropology, Northern Hemisphere

Research Areas

 
 

Education

 
 
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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)
 
 
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2017
PhD, Social Anthropology & Ethnology, EHESS Paris
 

Awards & Honors

 
2018
35th Shibusawa-Claudel Prize, Prize awarded in Japan and France for outstanding researches related to each other’s culture. Shibusawa-Claudel Association & Yomiuri Shimbun.
 
2017
Hokkaido University President's Award for Excellence in Teaching
 

Published Papers

 
"Arts and Sociocultural Appropriations: The Evolution of Ainu Crafts in Modern Primitive Art. Part II"
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Media & Communication Studies   72 25-46   Mar 2019   [Refereed]
"Arts and Sociocultural Appropriations: The Evolution of Ainu Crafts in Modern Primitive Art. Part I"
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Media & Communication Studies   72 01-25   Mar 2019   [Refereed]
"Sociocultural Revalorization of the Ainu Through the Construction of Original Identity Markers: Two Ceremonial Examples of Ethnohistorical Appropriation (Prolegomena Part II)"]
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Media & Communication Studies   71(1) -35   Mar 2018   [Refereed]
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GIS Asie, French Network for Asian Studies, CNRS.      Sep 2017   [Refereed]
Sociocultural transformations of the Ainu of Japan : relationships of power, violence and Aboriginal resistance in Hokkaido
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EHESS   1-707   May 2017   [Refereed]
"Prolegomena to an attempt at historical reconstruction of contemporary Ainu socio-cultural identity (Part I)"
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Media & Communication Studies   (70) 1-35   Mar 2017   [Refereed]
"Epidemics, sociocultural hermeneutics and vaccination of the Ainu under the reign of the Tokugawa (1603-1867)"
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Media and Communication Studies   69 33-70   Mar 2016   [Refereed]
"The Tristes Tropiques by Claude Lévi-Strauss or the modern philosophical journey"
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Language Studies   23 57-69   Jan 2015   [Refereed]
"Constructions and figures of otherness in modern Japan (1868-1912) - Debates on the origins of Ainu and Wajin through the emergence of Japanese anthropological knowledge"
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The Review of Liberal Arts   128 151-188   Dec 2014   [Refereed]
"The Shakushain war in Ezo (1669) and some comparisons between the different forms of collective violence in primitive societies"
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Septentrional   3 61-83   Nov 2014   [Refereed]
"God of Water: Conversations between Ogotemmeli and Marcel Griaule"
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Language Studies   22 19-30   Jan 2014   [Refereed]
"Cultural Expressions and Identity of Hokkaido Ainu through the Social and Political Area of Ethnotourism"
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Research Journal of Graduate Students of Letters   13 385-416   Dec 2013   [Refereed]
"The Ghost Africa of Michel Leiris: From the discovery of the black continent to ethnography"
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Language Studies   21 35-47   Feb 2013   [Refereed]
"From Tribal War to Crime Against Humanity: Anthropological Perspectives on the Institution of Extreme Violence"
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Research Journal of Graduate Students of Letters   12 339-373   Dec 2012   [Refereed]
"Representations of the Ainu by the Japanese through a study of painting and some of the great masters of this kind (1720-1876)"
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Septentrional   2 35-56   Mar 2012   [Refereed]
"Twilight spears. Jivaros relations. Upper Amazon: Introduction to the thought of Philippe Descola »
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Language Studies   20 29-40   Jan 2012   [Refereed]
"Dies Irae: Constructions of the intolerable and the control of violence among indigenous peoples"
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Research Journal of Graduate Students of Letters   10 203-218   Dec 2010   [Refereed]
« Ikari no hi – Jinruigaku to yurushienu mono »
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Sô – Eizô to hyôgen   3 4-18   Jan 2010   [Refereed]

Conference Activities & Talks

 
「An example of identity reconstruction of Ainu autochthony through the ceremony commemorating the return of the kamuy salmon to Hokkaido (Ashiri chiep nomi)」 [Invited]
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Chitose International Forum 20   14 Oct 2019   
The Ainu today: Identity and socio-cultural reconstruction of autochthony in Japan [Invited]
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Maison Franco-Japonaise - UMIFRE 19, Tôkyô   18 Jan 2019   
The influence of Blackamerican struggles among Ainu people and their supporters in Japan [Invited]
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Blackness in Japan: Japan in contact with Blackamerican cultures, INHA, Paris   11 Dec 2018   
Shibusawa-Claudel 35th Prize Edition Speech [Invited]
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Invitation by the Shibusawa Eiichi Foundation, the Yomiuri newspaper and the Embassy of Japan in France   12 Nov 2018   
"The Amerindian influence in the historical reappropriation of the Ainu people and the construction of indigenous ethnopolitics in Japan" [Invited]
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Société japonaise de la culture et des lettres françaises, Hokkaidô, Shibukai   Apr 2018   
Socio-cultural Hybridization and Reconstruction of the Ainu of Japan
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Maison Franco-Japonaise, Tôkyô   Dec 2017   
The challenges of the reconstruction of Ainu's identity [Invited]
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Fondation Rotary Yoneyama   19 Oct 2017   
Amerindian influence in the historical reconstruction of the struggle for identity of the contemporary Ainu [Invited]
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Kyoto University of Foreign Languages   10 Jun 2017   
Sociocultural transformations of the Ainu of Japan : relationships of power, violence and Aboriginal resistance in Hokkaido
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2 May 2017   
« La guerre de Shakushain à Ezo (1669) et quelques comparaisons entre les différentes formes de la violence collective dans les sociétés primitives » [Invited]
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Société japonaise de la culture et des lettres françaises, Hokkaidô, Shibukai   Jun 2013   
« Épidémies, immunisations varioliques et symboliques de la maladie chez les Aïnous de Hokkaidô (1857) » [Invited]
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Société japonaise de la culture et des lettres françaises, Hokkaidô, Shibukai   Jan 2013   
« De l’Origine du monde à la Grande Beune, commentaires sur les vies de Pierre Michon » [Invited]
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Présentation à l’attention des doctorants en Lettres françaises de l’Université de Hokkaidô, Sapporo   Apr 2012   
« Marcel Griaule et le Dieu d’eau – Entretiens avec Ogotemmêli » [Invited]
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Centre Culturel Asahi, Sapporo   May 2010   
« Shominkaiminzoku ni okeru bôryoku seigyo wo meguru kôsatsu » [Invited]
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Rotary Yoneyama Japan, Sapporo   Mar 2009   
« Des constructions de l’intolérable et du contrôle de la violence chez les peuples premiers » [Invited]
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Société japonaise de la culture et des lettres françaises, Hokkaidô, Shibukai   Jul 2008   
« De la violence intolérable et de son contrôle chez les peuples indigènes » [Invited]
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Séminaire « Plateaux » de la Faculté des Lettres de l’Université de Hokkaidô   May 2008   
« Ningen shikaku – La déchéance d’un homme », lecture de textes choisis pour clôturer l’exposition « La jeunesse de Dazai Osamu » [Invited]
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», Musée de la Littérature de Hokkaidô, Sapporo   Aug 2007   
« Michel Leiris : Afrique fantôme et fantômes de l’Afrique, la Mission Dakar-Djibouti (1931-1933) » [Invited]
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Centre Culturel Asahi, Sapporo   Jun 2007   
« La fin des voyages où les Tristes Tropiques de Claude Lévi-Strauss » [Invited]
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Centre Culturel Asahi, Sapporo   

Research Grants & Projects

 
« The Ainu indigenous people of Japan facing the challenges of identity reconstruction ».
JSPS: Grant-in-Aid for Early-Career Scientists
Project Year: Apr 2019 - Apr 2021    Investigator(s): Clercq Lucien
Doctoral Scholarship
Rotary Yoneyama Japan (Hokkaido): 
Project Year: Apr 2008 - Apr 2010    Investigator(s): Clercq Lucien
Research Scholarship
Japanese Government: Monbukagakusho
Project Year: Apr 2005 - Apr 2007    Investigator(s): Clercq Lucien