KOIZUMI Junji

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Name
KOIZUMI Junji
Affiliation
Osaka University
Degree
Ph. D., Anthropology(Stanford University), M. A., Sociology(The University of Tokyo), M. A., Anthropology(Stanford University)

Research Interests

 
 

Research Areas

 
 

Committee Memberships

 
1992
 - 
1994
Japanese Society of Cultural Anthropology  Director
 
2003
   
 
Japan Association for Latin American Studies  Director
 

Awards & Honors

 
1981
Best Student Paper Award at the 1981 Anuual Meetings of the Southwestern Anthropological Association.
 

Misc

 
Symbol and Context : A Study of Self and Action in a Guatemalan Culture.
Ph. D. dissertation, Stanford University.      1981
Determinacy and Indeterminacy in Cultural Process : An Analysis of Religious Conversion in a Guatemalan Village.
Southwestern Anthropological Association Newsletter.   11(2)    1982
Meaning of Prestige Reconsidered.
Paper presented for the 81st Annual Meetings of the American Anthropological Association, Washington, D. C.      1982
Religious Change and Social Transformation : A Guatemalan Case.
Annals of Latin American Studies.   4    1984
Practicing Interpretive Anthropology : A Middle American Case and Reductionism.
627,80-94    1985

Books etc

 
Coe, Michael D., Mexico, New York : Praeger. Trans. by K. Terada and J. Koizumi .
1975   
The Interpretation of Geertz.
1983   
Ritual and Reductionism : A Middle American Case and Functionalism.
1987   
Ritual and Hermeneutics : On Reducing Symbolic Forms to Commonsensical Meanings.
1988   
Symbols of Time Among the Mam : A Guatemalan Case and a Direction for Cultural Analysis.
1989   

Works

 
Anthropological Fieldwork in Northwestern Guatemala
1978 - 1979
Anthropological research as Ralph and Doris Hansmann Member at the School of Social Science, the Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton.
1996 - 1997
Anthropological Fieldwork in Northwestern Guatemala for the research on the dinamics of cultures and systems.
1997
Research on community development programs for JICA (Japan International Cooperation Agency)
2003
Dynamics of Cultures and Systems in the Pacific Rim
1997 - 2000

Research Grants & Projects

 
Critical Appraisal of Clifford Geertz's Interpretive Anthropology.
Latin American Studies based on the Interpretive Approach.
Transnationality studies