NAKAKUBO Tatsuo

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Name
NAKAKUBO Tatsuo
E-mail
nakakubotachibana-u.ac.jp
Affiliation
Kyoto Tachibana University
Section
Faculty of Literature Department of
Job title
Assistant Professor
Research funding number
30609483

Research Areas

 
 

Published Papers

 
Excavating the Mounded Tombs of the Kofun Period of the Japanese Archipelago: A History of Research and Methods
NAKAKUBO Tatsuo
Burial Mounds in Europe and Japan: Comparative and Contextual Perspectives   31-46   2018

Books etc

 
Nonaka Kofun and the Age of the Five Kings of Wa:The Government and Military of 5th-Century Japan
Osaka University Press   Aug 2016   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Methods and approaches in Japanese archaeology excavating mounded tombs and reconstructing ancient history
NAKAKUBO Tatsuo
ANTHROPOLOGY OCCASIONAL SEMINAR SPRING 2018 Archaeological Approaches to State and Society in Ancient Japan   16 Feb 2018   
Political changes between center and periphery as seen from the mounded tombs of Japan
NAKAKUBO Tatsuo
8th World Archaeology Congress   29 Aug 2016   
Social change and the introduction of continental craft technology
NAKAKUBO Tatsuo
Seventh Worldwide Conference of the Society for East Asian Archaeology   16 Jun 2016   
Excavating Mounded Tombs of the Kofun period in Japan: History of Research and Methods
NAKAKUBO Tatsuo
Burial Mounds in Europe and Japan: Comparative and Contextual Perspectives   4 Nov 2015   
Change in Patterns of Cultural Interaction in the Early State Formation in Japan
NAKAKUBO Tatsuo
The 79th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology   26 Apr 2014   
Pottery of the Kofun Period: Resonance, Innovation, and Core-Periphery Relations
NAKAKUBO Tatsuo
New Perspectives on the Archaeology of State Formation in Japan   31 Oct 2013   
Two types of intercultural interactions in the development of the Yamato government
NAKAKUBO Tatsuo
Workshop on Current Research on the Archaeology of the Kofun period in an international perspective   17 Jul 2012