By Mark J. Hudson,Ann-Elise Lewallen,Mark K. Watson
This significant new quantity seeks to re-address the function of educational scholarship in Ainu social, cultural, and affairs of state. putting Ainu firmly into present debates over Indigeneity, Beyond Ainu Studies offers a large but serious assessment of the historical past and present prestige of Ainu study. With chapters from students in addition to Ainu activists and artists, it addresses quite a number subject matters together with historical past, ethnography, linguistics, tourism, felony mobilization, hunter-gatherer stories, the Ainu diaspora, gender, and clothwork. In its ambition to reframe the query of Ainu examine in mild of political reforms which are remodeling Ainu society this day, this e-book may be of curiosity to students and scholars in Indigenous reviews in addition to in anthropology and Asian studies.
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Beyond Ainu Studies: Changing Academic and Public Perspectives by Mark J. Hudson,Ann-Elise Lewallen,Mark K. Watson