SEAA

SEAA Society for East Asian Archaeology

 

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[Introduction]  [2013] [2014] [2015] [2016]

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Introduction

 

 

The Japanese Journal of Archaeology is a Web-based, open-access journal (http://www.jjarchaeology.jp/), and features peer-reviewed original research and review articles written in English, primarily, but not exclusively, concerning 1) archaeological studies of Japanese archipelago, and 2) archaeological studies of any region and any time-periods in the world undertaken by Japanese archaeologists, their collaborators, scholars who are affiliated with Japanese institutions or scholars who specialise in Japanese archaeology.

The project of launching and publishing JJA was approved at the Annual General Meeting of the Japanese Archaeological Assocaition in May 2013, and the Inaugural issue was published in December 2013.

The project is funded by ‘Grant-in Aid for Publication of Scientific Research Results’ of Japan Society for the Promotion of Sciences (JSPS).

JJA is currently planned to be published twice annually.

(From the JJA website)

The articles are available as pdf-files

 

More information:

Japanese Journal of Archaeology website

 

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2016

 

 

Volume4, Number1 (September 2016)

A use-wear analysis of the Late Glacial Microblade assemblage from Hokkaido, Northern Japan: A case study based on the Yoshiizawa site
IWASE Akira, SATO Hiroyuki, YAMADA Satoru & NATSUKI Daigo

Molecular and isotopic investigations of pottery and ‘charred remains’ from Sannai Maruyama and Sannai Maruyama No. 9, Aomori Prefecture, Japan
Carl HERON, HABU Junko, Mio Katayama OWENS, ITO Yumiko, Yvette ELEY, Alexandre LUCQUIN, Anita RADINA, Hayley Saul, Cynthianne Debono SPITERI & Oliver E. CRAIG

Archaeological Explanation for the Diffusion Theory of the Japonic and Koreanic Languages
MIYAMOTO Kazuo

A Mirror for Japanese Archaeology
Kenneth AITCHISON

 

I. TRENDS IN ARCHAEOLOGY IN JAPAN
II. TRENDS IN JAPANESE ARCHAEOLOGICAL ACTIVITIES ABROAD
III. RECORD OF THE JAPANESE ARCHAEOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION

 

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2015

 

 

 

Vol. 3, No.2 (March 2016)

Japanese medieval trading towns: Sakai and Tosaminato - Richard PEARSON

 

Reports
Report on the 81st Annual General Meeting of the Japanese Archaeological Association - DAIKUHARA Yutaka
Japanese Archaeological Association 2015 Conference - TANAKA Kazuhiko
 

 

 

Vol. 3, No.1 (September 2015)

Importance of Circum-Japan Sea trade networks in the transition from the Yayoi Period to the Kofun Period - MIZUMURA Naoto

Archaeology and cultural heritage in Fukushima today: four years since the Great East Japan Earthquake - KIKUCHI Yoshio

 

I. TRENDS IN ARCHAEOLOGY IN JAPAN
II. TRENDS IN JAPANESE ARCHAEOLOGICAL ACTIVITIES ABROAD
III. RECORD OF THE JAPANESE ARCHAEOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION

 

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2014

 

 

Vol. 2, No.1 (December 2014)

Social complexity in the Late Jomon period: the constitution of the Shimo'ota shell mound cemetery of the Boso Peninsula, eastern Kanto, Japan - ISHIKAWA Takeshi

Jomon Culture and the peopling of the Japanese archipelago: advancements in the fields of morphometrics and ancient DNA - Ryan W. SCHMIDT & SEGUCHI Noriko

 

Report on the 80th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Archaeological Asssociation - TANAKA Kazuhiko

I. TRENDS IN ARCHAEOLOGY IN JAPAN
II. TRENDS IN JAPANESE ARCHAEOLOGICAL ACTIVITIES ABROAD
III. ANNUAL ACTIVITIES OF THE JAPANESE ARCHAEOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION

 

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2013

 

 

Vol.1, No.1, Dec 2013

The political economy of Japanese archaeology: reflective thoughts on current organisational dynamics - Nicolas ZORZIN
The Archaeology of "Ferry Money": An Archaeological Approach to Numismatics and Monetary History of 14th-18th Century Japan - SUZUKI Kimio (translated and edited by HABU Junko)

Satsuma No.11 tumulus: its historical context and significance - KITAYAMA Mineo

I. TRENDS IN ARCHAEOLOGY IN JAPAN
II. TRENDS IN JAPANESE ARCHAEOLOGICAL ACTIVITIES ABROAD
 

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