HAYASHI Isao

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Name
HAYASHI Isao
Affiliation
National Museum of Ethnology
Degree
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Research Interests

 
 

Research Areas

 
 

Misc

 
Fii and Uda Laisu or Bone and Flesh : Social Structure and Cosmology among the Bedamuni of Papua New Guinea
Bulletin of the National Museum of Ethology   19(3) 359-403   1995
Narratives of Dream Experience
News Letter of the National Museum of Ethnology   (67) 49-57   1995
The Bedamuni in Papua New Guinea. Red Birds of the Initiation Rites
Ethnology Quarterly   (68) 84-97   1994
Resource Development and Inhabitants in Strickland-Bosavi Region, Papua New Guinea
Newsletter of the Japanese Society for Oceanic Studies   (49) 2-8   1994
Sacrificed Maiden and Childbearing Goddess-Two Festivals in Wajima-
Japanese Journal of Ethnology   50(4) 408-423   1986

Books etc

 
The West Reflected in the Hula… Reception of Western Culture in Nineteenth-Century Hawaii
Images of Other Cultures   1997   
Letters and Objects from the Field : George Brown and'Armchair Anthropologists'
2000   
Anthropological Studies on the Modern History of Oceania
National Museum of Ethnology   2000   

Works

 
Anthropological Research on Social Change and Cosmology in Western Province, Papua New Guinea
1989 - 1991
Anthropological Studies of Photographic Archives of the British Museum---focussing on Melanesian History
1995
Modern History and Images of the Eastern Polynesia---Anthropological Studies of Photographic Archiues of the Bishop Museum
1996
Anthropological Study of Photograpbic Archives of the British Museum, focussing on Oceania
1998

Research Grants & Projects

 
Anthropological studies of the relationship between cosmology and social structure in the context of modernization in Oceania
Anthropological study of self and subject in the colonialism in Papua New Guinea
History of images and representation of Oceania in 18th and 19th centuries