Research Institute for Humanity and Nature

Staff Profile

NameHOSOYA, Aoi
AffiliationResearch Institute for Humanity and Nature
PositionProject Researcher
Arrival dayApril 2007
Leaving the office day 
Year of Birth1967

 

Books

【Chapters/Sections】

Leo Aoi Hosoya 2009,02 Landscape of 'Old Days'- Spatial distribution of traditional Takakura (=Raised-floor granary) in the Amami Oshima island. J. Uchiyama, K. Lindstrom, C. Zeballos, O. Nakamura (ed.) Neolithisation and Modernisation: Landscape History on East Asian Inland Seas. Neomap Interim Report 2008. Research Institute for Humanity and Nature, Kyoto, Japan, pp.171-184. (in Japanese)

Editing

【Editing / Co-editing】

Leo Aoi Hosoya, Yo-Ichiro Sato, Dorian Q Fuller (ed.) 2010,06 The Archaeobotany of Early Rice Agriculture in Asia. Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences, Vol. 2 (1). Springer, Berlin / Heidelberg, Germany, 131pp.  http://www.springer.com/earth+sciences+%26+geography/journal/12520

Papers

【Original Articles】

Aoi Hosoya 2012,03 Rice Farming in the Landscape of “Manyo-shu”. Annual Gazette of Man'yo Historical Research Institute 10:59-71. (in Japanese)

Leo Aoi Hosoya 2012,03 Reconstruction of Ritual by Archaeobotany. A. Abe (ed.) Material and Mind Reconstructed at Ritual Sites . Kokugakuin University, (in Japanese)

Aoi Hosoya 2011,08 Analyses of Carbonised Remains from the Izumi Saka Shita Site Celamic Jars. M. Suzuki (ed.) Research of the Izumi Saka Shita Site: Middle Yayoi Reburial Grave with pottery of human face design. Rokuichi Shobo. pp.96-97. (in Japanese)

Y.I. Sato, L.A. Hosoya, E. Kimura, T. Kurata, C. Muto & K. Tanaka 2011,04 Sustainable Agriculture: The lessons from history. SANSAI: An Environmental Journal for the Global Community 5:69-81.

Leo Aoi Hosoya 2011,04 Staple or Famine Food?: Ethnographic and archaeological approaches to nut processing in East Asian prehistory. Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 3(1):7-17. DOI:10.1007/s12520-011-0059-y (reviewed).

Leo Aoi Hosoya 2011,03 Staple or famine food?: Ethnographic and archaeological approaches to nut processing in East Asian prehistory. M.L. Pochettino, A.H. Ladio & P.M. Arenas (ed.) Tradition and Transformation in Ethnobotany: ICEB 2009. pp.133-138.

D.Q Fuller, L.A. Hosoya, Y. Zheng & L. Qin 2010,09 A contribution to the Prehistory of Domesticated Bottlegourds in Asia: Rind measurements from Jomon Japan and Neolithic Zhejiang, China. Economic Botany 64(3):260-265. (reviewed).

Leo Aoi Hosoya 2010,08 Surviving Tradition and Disappearing Tradition:'Old days' landscape with raised-floor granaries in Bali and Amami Oshima Islands. A. Kinda, T. Komeie, S. Minamide, T. Mizoguchi, K. Uesugi (ed.) Proceedings of the 14th International Conference of Historical Geographers Kyoto 2009. Kyoto University Press, Kyoto, Japan, pp.218-219.

Leo Aoi Hosoya, Michele Wollstonecroft, Dorian Q Fuller & Ling Qin 2010,07 Experimental Pilot Study of Peach/Apricot Kernel Detoxification: For reconstruction of Chinese early rice farmers broad spectrum subsistence strategy. NEOMAP Project, Research Institute for Humanity and Nature (ed.) Studies of landscape history on East Asian Inland Seas. NEOMAP Project, Research Institute for Humanity and Nature, Kyoto, Japan, pp.69-76.

D.Q Fuller, L. Qin, Z. Zhao, Y. Zhang, L.A. Hosoya, X. Chen, G. Sun 2010,03 Archaeobotanical Analyses at Tianluoshan: Evidence for wild-food gathering, rice cultivation and the process of the evolution of morphologically domesticated rice. S. Nakamura (ed.) Interdisciplinary Research on the Tianluoshan Site (JSPS Grant-in-Aid A Research Report). pp.153-202.

D. Fuller, L. Qin, Y. Zhang, Z. Zhao, X. Chen, L.A. Hosoya, G. Sun 2009,03 The Domestication Process and Domestication Rate in rice: Spikelet bases from the Lower Yangtze . Science 323:1607-1610. (reviewed).

Leo Aoi Hosoya 2009,03 Sacred Commonness: Archaeobotanical approach to Yayoi social stratification- The 'Central Building Model' and Osaka Ikegami Sone site. Senri Ethnological Studies 73:99-177. (reviewed).

Aoi Hosoya 2008,11 Storage Systems and Subsistence Cycles- Ethnoarchaeology of Bali rice agriculture and Papua New Guinean swidden agriculture. Japan Archaeological Association 2008 Aichi Meeting Organization Committee (ed.) Japan Archaeological Association 2008 Aichi Meeting Proceedings. Japan Archaeological Association, Tokyo, pp.309-324. (in Japanese)

Aoi Hosoya 2008,09 Rice and Granary- Ethnoarchaeological research on Bali Rice agricultural society. T. Ebisawa (ed.) Bali Paddy Rice Culture and Rituals. Study on Paddy Rice Culture, IV. Waseda University Paddy Rice Culture Research Centre, Tokyo, pp.87-111. (in Japanese)

Research Presentations

【Oral Presentation】

Leo Aoi Hosoya Early Rice Farmers’ Routine-Scape: Food processing and social value of food. FY2011 NEOMAP Landscape Workshop, 2011.10.07-2011.10.09, Research Institute for Humanity and Nature, Kyoto, Japan. (in Japanese)

Leo Aoi Hosoya Rice Farming in the Landscape of “Manyo-shu”. The 8th Manyo Historical Research Institute Open Symposium “Manyo-shu & Ethnography”, 2011.09.25, Manyo Historical Research Institute, Nara, Japan. (in Japanese)

Leo Aoi Hosoya Traditional Raised-floor Granary in Bali and Its Meaning for Local Community: From the scope of past, present and future of Bali agriculture. The 12th International Conference on Quality in Research, 2011.07.04-2011.07.06, Bali, Indonesia.

Leo Aoi Hosoya Exploring the Broad Resource Base of Early Rice Farmers: Processing experiments of peach and apricot kernels. Early Rice Cultivation & Its Weed Flora Symposium, 2011.05.30-2011.05.31, Beijing University, China.

Leo Aoi Hosoya Processing of Wild Food Plants in Neolithic Yangtze Area Ethnographic and experimental approaches for reconstructing diversity in early rice farmers’ subsistence strategy. Hemudu Culture International Forum: In Global Perspective, 2011.05.26-2011.05.28, Yuyao city, Zhejiang, China.

Leo Aoi Hosoya, Yo-Ichiro Sato How was Yellow Belt Formed?: The case study of Xiaohe Tomb site (1,600-1,000BC), Xinjiang. The 3rd Ecohistory Programme Symposium, 2011.02.21, Research Institute for Humanity and Nature, Kyoto, Japan.

Leo Aoi Hosoya & Keisuke Makibayashi Long Way to Agricultural Society: Rethinking Chinese Neolithic Yangtze environment and human society in transformation from broad spectrum economy to rice monoculture. Association for Environmental Archaeology Annual Conference 2010, 2010.12.01-2010.12.02, International Research Center for Japanese Studies.

Leo Aoi Hosoya Processed Food in Neolithic Experiments and Ethnography on Wild Food Plant Processing for Reconstruction of Prehistoric Subsistence Strategies in East Asia. Society for American Archaeology 75th Annual Meeting, 2010.04.14-2010.04.18, St. Louis, USA.  http://www.saa.org/AbouttheSociety/AnnualMeeting/75thAnniversaryMeetingStLouis2010/tabid/1354/Default.aspx

Leo Aoi Hosoya The ‘Routine-scape’ of Broad Spectrum Farming Society: Ethnoarchaeological approach to East Asian early rice farmers’ perception of dynamic landscape and its transformation. 1st International Landscape Archaeology Conference LAC2010, 2010.01.26-2010.01.28, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Leo Aoi Hosoya What did Agriculture Bring to the Life?: The ‘routine-scape’ and social structurarisation in the formation of agricultural society. Centre of Excellence in Cultural Theory II Conference, 2009.10.28-2009.10.30, Tartu, Estonia.

Leo Aoi Hosoya Staple or Famine Food?: Ethnographic and archaeological approaches to nut processing in East Asian prehistory. Ⅴth International Congress of Ethnobotany, 2009.09.21-2009.09.24, San Carlos de Bariloche, Patagonia, Argentina.

Leo Aoi Hosoya Surviving Tradition and Disappearing Tradition -‘Old days’ landscape with raised-floor granaries in Bali and Amami Oshima. 14th International Conference of Historical Geographers 2009 KYOTO, 2009.08.23-2009.08.27, Kyoto, Japan.

Leo Aoi Hosoya Surrounded by Water, but Short of it: Ethnohistory of agriculture in Okinawa Islands. International Human Dimensions Programme on Global Environmental Change: Open Meeting 2009, 2009.04.26-2009.04.30, Bonn, Germany.

Leo Aoi Hosoya Wild Food for Farmers: Archaeobotanical and ethnoarchaeological reconstruction of wild resource exploitation by Chinese early farmers. Society for American Archaeology 74th Annual Meeting, 2009.04.22-2009.04.26, Atlanta, USA.

Aoi Hosoya Storage Systems and Subsistence Cycles- Ethnoarchaeology of Bali rice agriculture and Papua New Guinean swidden agriculture. Japanese Archaeological Association, 2008.11.08-2008.11.09, Nanzan University, Nagoya, Japan. (in Japanese)

L.A. Hosoya, I. Nakamura, Y.-I. Sato Japonica Rice was Carried to, not from, Southeast Asia: Genetic approach to the origin of rice cultivation. Workshop on the Origin of Rice Agriculture- The 3rd International Rice Festival of Wan-Nian, 2008.10.27-2008.10.29, Wannian, Jiangxi, China.

Leo Aoi Hosoya Storing food, for what?: Ethnoarchaeology of storage and agricultural cycles in Bali, Indonesia and Yabam Island, PNG. The 6th World Archaeology Congress, 2008.06.29-2008.07.04, Dublin, Ireland.

Leo Aoi Hosoya Plant food subsistence strategy and the ‘routine-scape’ in Japanese and Chinese prehistory. The 4th Worldwide Conference of the Society for East Asian Archaeology, 2008.06.02-2008.06.05, Beijing, China.

【Poster Presentation】

Leo Aoi Hosoya, Michele Wollstonecroft, Dorian Fuller & Ling Qin Experimental Pilot Study of Peach/Apricot Kernel Detoxification: For reconstruction of Chinese early rice farmers broad spectrum subsistence strategy. Japan Society for Scientific Studies on Cultural Properties 27th Annual Meeting, 2010.06.26-2010.06.27, Kansei University, Osaka, Japan. (in Japanese)

【Invited Lecture / Honorary Lecture / Panelist】

Leo Aoi Hosoya Early Rice Farmers’ Routine-scape in East Asia: Archaeobotanical reconstruction. Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia, 2011.11.22, Ljubljana, Slovenia.

Leo Aoi Hosoya Surviving Tradition and Disappearing Tradition: ‘Old days’ landscape with raised-floor granaries in Amami Oshima, Japan. Anton Melik Geography Institute, Slovenia, 2011.11.21, Ljubljana, Slovenia.

Leo Aoi Hosoya Broad Spectrum Farming Society: Reconstruction of uses of wild food plants by East Asian early farmers from an ethnoarchaeologi-cal viewpoint. Cambridge University George Pitt-Rivers Laboratory Lunch Time Talk, 2009.09.18, Cembridge, UK.