I am invited to give a presentation in Jeju Island early October, and here is the programme.The 2nd International Academic Symposium for Jeju Studies1. Purpose○ Improvement of academic roles of Jeju S...
Articles) Takako ANKEI's works on African ethnobiology and ethnoecology (English, French and Japanese)
You may download from the following sites.Cookbook of the Songola: An Anthropological Study on the Technology ofFood Preparation among a Bantu-Speaking People of the Zai”re ForestAfrican Study Monogra...
Quelques notes sur la relation dite de ”symbiose” : le cas des chasseurset pe^cheurs africainsde Ankei, Yuji.Collation : pp. 189-207 Ouvrage: Boucle du Niger : approchesmultidisciplinaires (vol. 1) To...
ANKEI Yuji is a professor of anthropology of livelihood in Yamaguchi Prefectural University. He has been interested in the relationship between human life and the environment. He first studied biology, but soon changed his mind to study cultural aspects of human-nature relationship.
He has carried out field surveys in Iriomote and other islands in southern Japan (2 years), in Democratic Republic of Congo and other countries of tropical Africa (3 years). He also stayed in France (2 years) and is now staying in Navarra State, Spain (5 months).
As a university professor in Japan, he can speak to students well asleep. But he also tries to wake up his sleeping students in his class, with his ocarina and other musical instruments. In order to change the atmosphere of his class, he welcomes students of other classes and people from local communities participating in his class.