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|Year of Birth||1978
|Academic Career||Faculty of Agriculture, Kyoto University, BA.Course(2001)
Division of Biological Science, Graduate School of Science, Kyoto University, M.Course(2003)
Division of Biological Science, Graduate School of Science, Kyoto University, ABD.(2008)
|Professional Career||Part-time Lecturer, Kyoto University of Art and Design(2007)
Researcher, Kokoro Research Center, Kyoto University(2008)
Researcher, Center for African Area Studues, Kyoto University(2011)
Project Researcher, Research Institute for Humanity and Nature(2014)
|Higher Degrees||Ph.D.(Kyoto University, 2014)
M.Sc.(Kyoto University, 2003)
|Fields of Specialization||Ecological Anthropology
African Area Studies
|Academic Society Memberships||International Commision on Anthropology of Food, IUAES
International Society of Ethnobiology
・Takanori OISHI, Mikiko HAGIWARA 2015,03 A preliminary report on the distribution of freshwater fish of the Congo river: Based on the observation of local markets in Brazzaville, Republic of the Congo.. African Study Monographs Supplimentary Issue (51):93-105. (reviewed).
・OISHI T. Food diversity, interethnic relationships, and long-term sustainability of forest use in central African tropical rainforests.. JSPS Symposium 2014: Long-term Sustainability through Placebased, Small-scale economies., 2014.09.26-2014.09.28, Berkeley, CA, USA.
・OISHI T. Psychosocial importance of forest life for the Bakwele farmers of southeastern Cameroon.. The 14th International Society of Ethnobiology Congress,, 2014.06.01-2014.06.07, Bumthang, Bhutan.
・OISHI T., NJOUONKOU A.L. Wild mushroom uses by the Baka and the Bakwele of southern Cameroon.. The 14th International Society of Ethnobiology Congress, , 2014.06.01-2014.06.07, Bumthang, Bhutan..
【Invited Lecture / Honorary Lecture / Panelist】
・OISHI T., KAMGAING O.W., YAMAGUCHI R., HAYASHI K. Anti-poaching operations by military forces and their impacts on local people in South-Eastern Cameroon.. Symposium 'Beyond Enforcement: Communities, governance, incentives and sustainable use in combating wildlife crime' Organised by IUCN CEESP/SSC Sustainable Use and Livelihoods Specialist Group(SULi)/International Institute of Environment and Development (IIED)/Austrian Ministry of Environment/ARC Centre of Excellence for Environmental Decisions (CEED), University of Queensland/TRAFFIC - the wildlife trade monitoring network , 2015.02.26-2015.02.28, Muldersdrift, South Africa.
・OISHI T. Land conflict in multi-ethnic context: trans-ethnic negotiation and cultural transmissions in the expansion process ofcocoa farming in southeastern Cameroon.. The Forth Forum on “Comprehensive Area Studies on Coexistence and Conflict Resolution Realizing ‘African Potentials’”, 2014.12.04-2014.12.05, Yaoundé, Cameroon.