YAMADA Yasuhiro

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Name
YAMADA Yasuhiro
Affiliation
Former Institution / Organization Shimane University Faculty of Law and Literature Department of Socio-cultural Studies
Job title
Associate Professor
Degree
Doctor of Literature(The Graduate University for Advanced Studies), Master of Arts(University of Tsukuba)

Research Interests

 
 

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
1994
 - 
1996
Kumamoto University, Reserch Assistant
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1994
Graduate School, Division of History and Anthropology, University of Tsukuba
 
 
 - 
1990
First Cluster of College, University of Tsukuba
 

Misc

 
The genealogy and its characteristic of jar burial used in Ongagawa-style pottery
Tsukuba Archaeological Studies   (4) 71-90   1993
The keeping system of dogs and it's use of Jomon period
Zoo-archaeology   (1) 1-17   1993
The rubbing traces on phallus stones of Jomon period
Tsukuba Archaeological Studies   (5) 85-92   1994
Context of collective, secondary burials during Jomon Japan
Quarterly of Archaeological Studies   42(2) 52-67   1995
Mortuary Practices for children in Jomon Japan
Journal of the Japanese Archaeological Association   (4) 1-39   1997

Books etc

 
A study on collective burial about adults and children in Jomon period.
1996   
The Social Structure of the Doigahama People
1997   
The Control of animals and plants, Food production from Jomon to Yayoi.
The Archaeology of the food productive society   1999   

Works

 
Excavation at Doigahama site in Yamaguchi pref.
1996 - 1998
An Archaeological study on the development of civilization in Syria
1990
Excavation at Nakazuma shell mound at Toride city, in Ibaraki pref.
1993
Archaeological Survey in east-northern part of Thailand
1991
Archaeological and Antholopological Survey at Zhejiang Province in China
1998

Research Grants & Projects

 
Study on morturary practice in Japanese prehistory
Study on transition of sense of life and death
Study on religion of prehistoric age
Study on morturary practice of Jomon and Yayoi period