Research Institute for Humanity and Nature

Staff Profile

NameUCHIYAMA, Junzo
AffiliationResearch Institute for Humanity and Nature
PositionAssociate Professor
Arrival day2003-10-01
Leaving the office day 
Year of Birth1967
Academic CareerGraduate School of Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University, D. Course (1997)
Department of Archaeology, Durham University, M.A. Course (1996)
Graduate School of Human and Environmental Studies, Kyoto University, M. Course (1993)
Department of Archaeology, Faculty of Literature, The University of Tokyo, B.A. Course (1991)
Professional CareerAssociate Professor, Research Institute for Human and Nature (2003)
Associate Professor, Faculty of Humanities, University of Toyama (2001)
Lecturer, Faculty of Humanities, University of Toyama (1998)
Higher DegreesPh.D. (The Graduate University for Advanced Studies, 2002)
M.A.(Environmental Archaeology) (with distinction, Durham University, 1996)
M.A.(Human-environmental Studies) (Kyoto University, 1993)
Fields of SpecializationPrehistoric Anthropology
Zooarchaeology
Academic Society MembershipsThe Society of Bio-Sophia Studies

 

Books

【Chapters/Sections】

UCHIYAMA, Junzo 2008,12 Vertical or Horizontal Landscape? The prehistoric Long- Term Perspectives on the History of the East Asian Inland Seas. SCHOTTENHAMMER, Angela (ed.) The East Asian Mediterranean: Maritime Crossroads of Culture, Commerce and Human Migration. East Asian Economic and Socio-cultural Studies: East Asian Maritime History, 6. Harrassowitz, Wiesbaden, Germany, pp.25-52.

UCHIYAMA, Junzo 2008,03 Faunal Remains from T96 at the site of Irie-Naiko. Excavation Report for the site of Irie-Naiko 2. Shiga Prefecture Cultural Properties Protection Association, Ohtsu, Shiga, Japan, pp.148-162. (in Japanese)

Editing

【Editing / Co-editing】

UCHIYAMA, Junzo・ NAKAI, Seiichi・NAKAMURA, Oki (ed.) 2010,03 Higashi Ajia Naikai no Kankyo to Bunka (Environments and Cultures in East Asian Inland Seas). Katsura-shobou, Toyama, 373pp. (in Japanese)

UCHIYAMA, Junzo・LINDSTRÖM, Kati (ed.) 2010,03 Higashi Ajia Naikai bunka-ken no keikanshi to kankyou1: Mizube no tayousei (Landscape History and Environment on the East Asian Inland Seas1: Versatile Waterfronts). Showado, Kyoto, 221pp. (in Japanese)

UCHIYAMA, Junzo; LINDSTRÖM, Kati; ZEBALLOS, Carlos; MAKIBAYASHI, Keisuke (ed.) 2009,01 Neolithisation and Landscape: NEOMAP International Workshop. NEOMAP, Kita-ku, Kyoto, 174pp.

UCHIYAMA, Junzo; LINDSTRÖM, Kati; ZEBALLOS, Carlos; NAKAMURA, Oki (ed.) 2009,01 NEOMAP Interim Report 2008. NEOMAP, Kita-ku, Kyoto, 260pp.

Papers

【Original Articles】

UCHIYAMA, Junzo 2010,03 Naze kaizuka ha kiesattanoka: Idou suru sekai no chushin (Why did shell-middens disappear?: world centre in transition). UCHIYAMA, Junzo・LINDSTRÖM, Kati (ed.) Higashi Ajia Naikai bunka-ken no keikanshi to kankyou1: Mizube no tayousei (Landscape History and Environment on the East Asian Inland Seas1: Versatile Waterfronts). Showado, Kyoto, pp.120-144. (in Japanese)

LINDSTRÖM, Kati・UCHIYAMA, Junzo 2010,03 Keikan to rekishi: Kankyou-mondai no ataratana ninshiki he mukete (Landscape and History: New perspectives of environmental problems). UCHIYAMA, Junzo・LINDSTRÖM, Kati (ed.) Higashi Ajia Naikai bunka-ken no keikanshi to kankyou1: Mizube no tayousei (Landscape History and Environment on the East Asian Inland Seas1: Versatile Waterfronts). Showado, Kyoto, pp.1-33. (in Japanese)

UCHIYAMA, Junzo 2010,03 Ikai heno akogare to osore ga monogataru nihonkai no fuukei: Jomon kara gendai heno messeeji (The Japan Sea landscape as seen from the relations with the other world: A message from Jomon). UCHIYAMA, Junzo・NAKAI, Seiichi・NAKAMURA, Oki (ed.) Higashi Ajia Naikai no Kankyo to Bunka (Environments and Cultures in East Asian Inland Seas). Katsura-shobou, Toyama, pp.345-358. (in Japanese)

UCHIYAMA, Junzo 2009,01 Jomon Style and Yayoi Style: The Worldview Transition in the Central Japanese Archipelago with Neolithisation, as Seen from the Representations in Pottery and Settlement. UCHIYAMA, Junzo; LINDSTRÖM, Kati; ZEBALLOS, Carlos; NAKAMURA, Oki (ed.) NEOMAP Interim Report 2008. NEOMAP, Kita-ku, Kyoto, pp.139-154. (in Japanese)

UCHIYAMA, Junzo 2009,01 Resource Management and Landscape Diversity in Jomon Japan. UCHIYAMA, Junzo; LINDSTRÖM, Kati; ZEBALLOS, Carlos; MAKIBAYASHI, Keisuke (ed.) Neolithisation and Landscape: NEOMAP International Workshop. NEOMAP, Kita-ku, Kyoto, pp.3-24.

Research Presentations

【Oral Presentation】

UCHIYAMA, Junzo Jomon Style and Yayoi Style: Worldview transitionwith Neolithisation in central Japan. . Second CECT (Centre of Excellence in Cultural Theory) Autumn Conference: Spatiality, memory and visualisation of culture/nature relationships: theoretical aspects, 2009.10.22-2009.10.24, Tallinn, Estonia.

UCHIYAMA, Junzo and LINDSTRÖM, Kati Landscape, History and Global Environmental Issues: Report on an Interdisciplinary Research Project on East Asian Inland Seas. The International Human Dimensions Programme on Global Environmental Change (IHDP) Open Meeting 2009, 2009.04.26-2009.04.30, Bonn, Germany.

UCHIYAMA, Junzo and LINDSTRÖM Kati Imaging Future: Images of Affluent Past as Models for Future's Landscape. 14th International Conference of Historical Geographers (ICHG), 2009.04.23-2009.04.27, Kyoto, Japan.

UCHIYAMA, Junzo Understanding Neoithisation of East Asian Inland Seas: Resource management and landscape diversity in Jomon Japan. Symposium: "Landscape Neolithization along East Asian Inland Seas" for the 74th Annual Meeting of teh Society of American Archaeology (SAA), 2009.04.22-2009.04.26, Atlanta, USA.

UCHIYAMA, Junzo Reluctant Neolithisation? Resource management and landscape diversity in Jomon Japan. The international workshop “Sedentism: Worldwide research perspectives for the shift of human societies from mobile to settled ways of life” hosted by the German Archaeological Institute, 2008.10.24, Berlin, Germany.

UCHIYAMA, Junzo; LINDSTRÖM, Kati Landscape History in Fight with Global Environmental Problems: a Report on a Multidisciplinary Research Project on East Asian Inland Seas. “Landscape History and Landscape Heritage” Parallel Session C 4.2 at the Permanent European Conference for the Study of the Rural Landscape (PECSRL) 23rd Session — Landscapes, Identities and Developments, 2008.09.05, Óbidos, Portugal.

UCHIYAMA, Junzo Prehistoric landscape shifts as seen from human-wild boar relations in Jomon Japan. Prehistoric Landscape Shifts in the East Asian Inland Seas” Session at the 4th worldwide conference of Society for East Asian Archaeology (SEAA), 2008.06.03, Bejing, China.

UCHIYAMA, Junzo Why did shell-middens disappear?: Considerations on the drastic decrease of shell-middens in the Jomon Period. 73rd Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, March 2008-March 2008, Vancouver, Canada.

UCHIYAMA, Junzo When People First Set out to the Sea: From the Perspective of Jomon Cultures in Kanto Area. Landscape and Living Beings II — Sea and the Sentient Beings. The 5th yearly Congress of Society of Biosophia Studies, 2007.06.22, Fujisawa, Kanagawa, Japan. (in Japanese)

【Poster Presentation】

UCHIYAMA, Junzo, BAUSCH, Ilona Beyond the landscape of “Affluent Foragers”: The role of long-distance trade among complex foragers in Jomon Japan. 1st Landscape Archaeology Conference (LAC2010), 2010.01.26-2010.01.28, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

【Invited Lecture / Honorary Lecture / Panelist】

UCHIYAMA, Junzo Understanding Neloithisation of East Asian Inland Seas. Guest lecture at Tallinn University, 2010.10.21, Tallinn, Estonia.

UCHIYAMA, Junzo Keikan toha nanika: keisei no chiikisei to purosesu (What is landscape?: Its regionality and the formation process). International Symposium for the Research Project of the Japan Sea: "Lingual-scapes of the world and Japan", 2010.01.23-2010.01.24, Toyama. (in Japanese)

UCHIYAMA, Junzo Harukana Mizube: Biwako no keikanshi (Landscape history on the waterfronts of Lake Biwa) . Kyoto Seika University Open Class "GARDEN-04": Water in the global era, 2010.01.19, COCON Karasuma, Kyoto. (in Japanese)

UCHIYAMA, Junzo Complex strategy in Jomon Japan: a zooarchaeological perspective. Guest lecture at Leiden University, 2009.10.29, Leiden, The Netherlands.

UCHIYAMA, Junzo Understanding Neloithisation of East Asian Inland Seas. Guest lecture at Tartu University, 2009.10.26, Tartu, Estonia.

UCHIYAMA, Junzo Ikimono no kurashi to kankyou (Life and natural environments: The history of garbage). Special lecture at Muromachi Elementary School for the fourth grade, 2009.10.02, Muromachi Elementary School, Kyoto. (in Japanese)

UCHIYAMA, Junzo Neolithisation and Modernisation: Landscape History on East Asian Inland Seas. Special lecture for the Department of Information and Media, Faulty of Liberal Arts, Doshisha Women's College of Liberal Arts, 2009.05.16, RIHN, Kyoto. (in Japanese)

UCHIYAMA, Junzo (Organizer) Symposium: "Landscape Neolithization along East Asian Inland Seas" . the 74th Annual Meeting of the Society of American Archaeology (SAA) , 2009.04.22-2009.04.26, Atlanta, USA. .

UCHIYAMA, Junzo Ikimono no kurashi to kankyou: Mukashi no hito no seikatsu ni tsuite (Life and natural environments: Life in the past). Special lecture at Muromachi Elementary School for the sixth grade, 2009.03.04, Muromachi Elementary School, Kyoto. (in Japanese)

UCHIYAMA, Junzo Ikimono no kurashi to shizen kankyou: Jomon jidai jin ni manabu kankyou no kokoro (Life and natural environments: Nature-human relations in the Jomon period). Special lecture at Muromachi Elementary School for the fourth grade, 2008.10.09, Muromachi Elementary School, Kyoto. (in Japanese)

UCHIYAMA, Junzo History, Culture and Landscape: Could "Affluent Foragers" be an Ideal Landscape Image for Future?. Guest lecture at Leiden University, February 2008, Leiden, The Netherlands.

UCHIYAMA, Junzo Creating neighbours or creating periphery? The long-term perspectives on the landscape history of the East Asian Inland Seas. The East Asian Mediterranean: Maritime Crossroads of Culture, Commerce, and Human Migration, 2007.11.02, Munich University, Munich, Germany.