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Workshop on Hokkaido
Tentatively planed for June/July 2020
The workshop will involve several exposures to Ainu culture at different sites, with a focus on Nibutani, associated with Ainu acquisition of recognition as an indigenous people. A primary goal is to get participants to move beyond simplistic understandings of Ainu history, culture and contemporary situation and grasp their subtleties and complexities.
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Vol 15 No 1 (2017)
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