Konasukawa Ayumu

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Name
Konasukawa Ayumu
Affiliation
Kyoto University
Research funding number
20808779

Research Interests

 
 

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
May 2017
 - 
Today
Research Fellow, Center for Transdisciplinary Innovation, National Institute for the Humanities (NIHU)
 
May 2017
 - 
Today
Visiting Associate Professor, Graduate School of Asian and African Area Studies (ASAFAS), Kyoto University
 
Apr 2016
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Mar 2018
Part-time lecturer, Department of Archaeology, School of Letters, Tokai University
 
Apr 2016
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Apr 2017
Research Fellow (PD), Institute for Advanced Studies on Asia, the University of Tokyo, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science
 
Oct 2013
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Mar 2017
Part-time lecturer, Department of Asian Civilization, School of Letters, Tokai University
 

Education

 
Nov 2010
 - 
Aug 2013
Department of Archaeology, Deccan College Post-Graduate and Research Institute (Declared as Deemed-to-be-University under Section 3 of the University Grants Commission Act, 1956)
 
Sep 2008
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Sep 2009
Department of Archaeology, Deccan College Post-Graduate and Research Institute (Declared as Deemed-to-be-University under Section 3 of the University Grants Commission Act, 1956)
 

Awards & Honors

 
Sep 2017
The 6th Japanese Association for South Asian Studies Award, The Japanese Association for South Asian Studies
 

Published Papers

 
Chronological Change and Continuity of the Seal from the Early Harappan to the Harappan periods in the Ghaggar Basin
Konasukawa Ayumu
Proceedings of the 6th International Congress of Society of South Asian Archaeology   in press   2018   [Refereed]
Size of the Indus type seals and its Significance
Konasukawa Ayumu, Koiso Manabu
Frenez, D., G. Jamison, R. Law, M. Vidale and R. Meadow (eds.) Walking with the Unicorn: Social Organization and Material Culture in Ancient South Asia (Jonathan Mark Kenoyer Felicitation Volume)   292-317   2018
Stone Bead Users - Symbolic Value and Trade: The Nagas
Koiso Manabu, Endo Hitoshi, Konasukawa Ayumu
A. K. Kanungo (ed.) Stone Beads of South & South-East Asia: Archaeology, Ethnography and Global Connection   221-230   2017
KONASUKAWA Ayumu
Journal of Arid Land Studies   25(2) 59-63   2015
The present paper reports the multifaceted ways of the usage of cow dung cake at Rakhi Khas and Rakhi Shapur in Hisar, Haryana, India. In the two villages belong to the semi-arid climate affected by the wet monsoon, the village people use three ty...
Diversity of Harappan Civilization: A Case Study of the Ghaggar Basin (with Special Reference to Seals)
Konasukawa Ayumu
Deccan College Post-Graduate and Research Institute (Declared as Deemed-to-be University under Section 3 of the University Grants Commission Act, 1956)      Aug 2013

Misc

 
回顧と展望:南アジア(古代・中世)
Konasukawa Ayumu
史学雑誌   126(5) 268-272   May 2017   [Invited]
モヘンジョダロ
Konasukawa Ayumu
インド文化事典      2017   [Invited]
小茄子川 歩
大阪市立大学経済学会經濟學雜誌 = Journal of economics   117(2) 109-112   Sep 2016   [Invited]
小茄子川 歩
古代文化 = Cultura antiqua   65(4) 591-593   Mar 2014   [Invited]
小茄子川 歩
古代文化   65(3) 453-455   Dec 2013   [Invited]

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Early Indus seal production in the Ghaggar Basin: Microscopic and Experimental Analyses
Konasukawa Ayumu
47th Annual Conference on South Asia   12 Oct 2018   Center for South Asia, a member of The International Division at UW-Madison
Chronological Change and Continuity of the Seal from the Early Harappan to the Harappan periods in the Ghaggar Basin: Their Significance for Understanding the Seal Chronology and ‘invention’ of Indus seal [Invited]
Konasukawa Ayumu
6th International Congress of Society of South Asian Archaeology   17 Mar 2018   Society of South Asian Archaeology / Indian Museum
Some unique features of Indus seals discovered in the Ghaggar Basin in light of their writing, iconography, style and technology
Konasukawa Ayumu
46th Annual Conference on South Asia   27 Oct 2017   Center for South Asia, a member of The International Division at UW-Madison
Chronological Change and Continuity of Seal Carving Techniques from the Early Harappan to the Harappan periods in the Ghaggar basin [Invited]
Konasukawa Ayumu
Conference on Mohenjodaro & Indus Valley Civilization   4 Mar 2017   National Fund for Mohenjodaro / Sindh Government
New Insights on Seal Carving Techniques from the Early Harappan to the Harappan Periods: A Case Study of the Ghaggar Basin, [Invited]
Konasukawa Ayumu
2nd Harappa International Conference   18 Dec 2016   COMSATS Institute of Information Technology

Research Grants & Projects

 
Diversity of Harappan Civilization: A Case Study in the Ghaggar Basin (with Special Reference to Seals)
Indian Council For Cultural Relationship (ICCR): Indian Council For Cultural Relationship (ICCR) Scholarship 2010
Project Year: Oct 2010 - Aug 2013    Investigator(s): Konasukawa Ayumu
Regional Variations of Harappan Culture
Indian Council For Cultural Relationship (ICCR): Indian Council For Cultural Relationship (ICCR) Scholarship 2018
Project Year: Sep 2008 - Aug 2009    Investigator(s): Konasukawa Ayumu