Yuka OISHI

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Name
Yuka OISHI
Affiliation
National Institutes for the Humanities
Section
Center for Information and Public Relations
Job title
Project Assistant Proffeor
Degree
Ph. D.(Social Anthropology)(Tokyo Metropolitan University)
Other affiliation
National Museum of Ethnology, Japan
Research funding number
80790849

Research Areas

 
 

Misc

 
A View on Domestication of Wild Reindeer from the Study of Herd Control Activities in Western Siberia: Northern Area, Special Article 'Rethinking the Way from Wild Animal to Domestic Animal'
Yuka OISHI
Japanese Journal of Human Animal Relations   (41) 13-16   Sep 2015
大石 侑香
北方民族文化シンポジウム網走報告 = The proceedings of the International Abashiri Symposium   29 41-46   2015
Reindeer Herding of Northern Khanty and Forest Nenets in the Post- soviet Era
Yuka OISHI
Proceedings of 2nd International Conference on "Global Warming and the Human-Nature Dimension in Siberia: Social Adaptation to the Changes of the Terrestrial Ecosystem, with an Emphasis on Water Environments" and the 7th Annual International Workshop "C/H   59-62   Dec 2013

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Techniques to Herd Reindeer: Fishing Husbandry Complex in Western Siberian Forest
Yuka OISHI
ROIS/I-URIC Young Researchers Cross-Talk 2018   20 Nov 2018   ROIS/I-URIC
Subsistence Complex and the Environmental Use of Khanty in Western Siberia: Crossing the boundary between fishing and reindeer pastoralism
Yuka OISHI
The 2nd Collaborative Symposium for Early Career Researchers, Thinking across Boundaries: The Fluidity of Asia, Africa and Beyond   19 Sep 2017   
Fishing-Pastoralism Theory
Yuka OISHI
International Congress of Arctic Social Science Ⅸ(ICASS Ⅸ)   9 Jun 2017   International Arctic Social Sciences Association (IASSA)
‘Synsko-Voikarskii Zakaznik’ and Complex Subsistence of Synia Khanty
Yuka OISHI
Seminar-roundtable on Frontiers in Arctic Research   18 Oct 2016   Aleksanteri Institute
Expansion of no-fishing area in Northwestern Siberia and changing livelihood of the indigenous people
Yuka OISHI
Finnish-Japanese early career arctic scientists (ECAS) workshop «Prospects of joint investigations in circum-Arctic region»   17 Oct 2016   APECS Finland and APECS Japan

Works

 
A three-stringed instrument in Okinawa
Yuka Oishi   Artistic Activity   Dec 2012
A Canoe in Tuvalu
Yuka Oishi   Artistic Activity   Dec 2011