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!Name:

Dr. Ichikawa, Mitsuo

!Contents of Research

Based on anthropological and ethnographic research material that focuses on agrarian and hunter-gatherer societies in Central African Republic, I study the diversified views of nature and utilization of the nature, as well as their co-existence and change. I also examine conservation and the sustainable utilization of nature from an anthropological viewpoint.

!Publications:

(Publications in English and other Foreign Languages)
*1978 The Residential Groups of the Mbuti Pygmies.  Senri Ethnological Studies, No.1, 131-188.             
*1980 The Utilization of Wild Food Plants by the Suiei Dorobo in Northern Kenya. Journal of Anthropological Society of Japan, Vol.88(1): 25-48. 
*1981 Ecological and Sociological Importance of Honey to the Mbuti Net hunters, Eastern Zaire. African Study Monographs, Vol.1: 55-68.
*1983 La struttura sociale dei pigmei BaMbuti, Scienza & Tecnica (Italy), 83: 226-228.                              
*1983  An Examination of the Hunting-dependent Life of the Mbuti Pygmies, Eastern Zaire, African Study Monographs, Vol. 4: 55-76.
*1985  A Comparison of Fishing Strategies in the Bangweulu Swamps, African Study Monographs, Supplementary Issue, 4: 25-48. 
*1986  Ecological Bases of Symbiosis, Territoriality and Intraband cooperation among the Mbuti Pygmies, SUGIA (Sprache und Geschichte in Afrika, Germany), Vol. 7 (1): 161-188.    
*1987  Food Restrictions of the Mbuti Pygmies, Eastern Zaire. African Study Monographs, Supplementary Issue, No.6: 97-121. 
*1987  A Preliminary Report on the Ethnobotany of the Suiei Dorobo in Northern Kenya.   African Study Monographs, Supplementary Issue, 7: 1-52.
*1987  Wild Plant Utilization of the BaLese and the Efe of the Ituri Forest, the Republic of Zaire.  African Study Monographs, Supplementary Issue, 8: 1-78 (Terashima, H., M. Ichikawa and M. Sawada). 
*1991  The Impact of Cash and Commoditisation on the Life of the Mbuti Hunter-gatherers, Eastern Zaire. Senri Ethnological Studies, 30:135-162. 
*1991  AFlora: Catalog of Useful Plants of Tropical Africa. African Study Monographs, Supplementary Issue, No.16:1-195(Terashima, H., M. Ichikawa and I. Ohta)    
*1992  Traditional Use of Tropical Rainforest by the Mbuti Hunter-gatherers in Zaire. In: Itoigawa, et al, eds., Topics in Primatology, University of Tokyo Press, p.305-317.
*1992  Comment on "Beyond the Original Affluent Society” by Nurit Bird-David. Current Anthro pology, Vol.33(1):  
*1993  Diversity and selectivity in the food of the Mbuti hunter-gatherers in Zaire. In: Hladik, et al, eds., Tropical Forest: People and Food. Paris, Parthenon Publishing (UNESCO-MAB Series): 487-495. 
*1996  Cultural Diversity in Plant Use by Mbuti Hunter-gatherers in Northeastern Zaire: An Ethnobotanical Approach. In: Kent, S. ed., Cultural Diversity among Twentieth-Century Foragers, Cambridge University Press: 276-293(M. Ichikawa and H. Terashima).
*1996  Co-existence of Man and Nature in the African Rain Forest. In: Fukui and Ellen, eds., Redefining Nature. Berg Publishers: 467-492.
*1996  Déterminismes écologique et culturels des choix alimentaires des chasseurs-cuilleurs Mbuti du Zaire. In: Hladik, C.M., A. Hladik, H. Pagezy, O.F.Linares et A. Froment, eds., L'Alimentation en Forêt tropicales, UNESCO: 501-511.
*1998  Man and Nature in Central African Forests, African Study Monographs, Supplementary  Issue, No.25, pp.1- 201(ed. by M. Ichikawa).
*1998  The Birds as Indicators of the Invisible World: Ethno-ornithology of the Mbuti       Pygmies, In: Ichikawa, ed., Man and Nature in Central African Forests, PP. 85-104.
*1999  Mbuti Pygmies. Lee, R. B. and R. Daly (eds.), Encyclopedia of Hunter-Gatherers, Cambridge University Press, pp510-514.
*1999  Interactive process of man and nature in the Ituri Forest of the Democratic Republic      of Congo: an approach from historical ecology. In: Biesbrouck, Elders, and Rossel, eds., Challenging Elusiveness: Central African Hunter-gatherers in a Multidisciplinary Perspective, Leiden: 141-152.
*1999  Stable exchange in an unstable national economy. Paper read at the Seminar on Anthropological Theory. Department of Anthropology, LSE (University of London), 19th November.
*1999  Comment on 'Reproductive Interests and Forager Mobility', by Douglas H. & B.  Hewlett." Current Anthropology, Vol.40(4): 517-518.
*1999  “Interest in the Present" in the Nation-wide Monetary Economy. in Schweitzer, Hitchcock and Biesele, eds., Hunters and Gatherers in the Modern Context, Oxford: Berghahn: 263-74.
*2001  African Hunter-gatherers: Persisting Cultures and Contemporary Problems (African Study Monographs, Supplementary Issue, No. 26), pp.1-280 (eds. J. Tanaka, M. Ichikawa and D. Kimura) 
*2001  Persisting cultures and contemporary problems among African hunter-gatherers. African Study Monographs, Supplementary Issue, No. 26, pp.1-8 (Mitsuo Ichikawa and Jiro Tanaka).
*2001  The forest world as circulation system: The impact of Mbuti habitation and subsistence activities on the forest environment", African Study Monographs, supplementary issue, no.26, pp.157-168. 
*2001  AFlora: A database of traditional plant use in Africa. Systematics and Geography of Plants, 71:759-764 (Ichikawa, M., Kimura, D., Terashima, H.)
*2002  Comment on‘The vines of complexity: Egalitarian structures and the institutionalization of inequality among the Enga,’by Polly Wiessner. Current Anthropology, 43(2):258-259
*2003  Comparative Ethnobotany of the Mbuti and Efe Hunter-gatherers in the Ituri Forest of DRC. African Study Monographs, Vol.21 (1-2): 1-168 (H. Terashima and M. Ichikawa). 
*2003  Recent Advances in Central African Hunter-gatherer Studies. African Study Monographs, supplementary issue, no.28:1-6 (eds. Ichikawa, M. and D. Kimura).
*2004  The Japanese Tradition of Central African Hunter-gatherer Studies: with Comparative Observation on the French and American Traditions. In Alan Barnard ed., Hunter-Gatherers in History, Archaeology and Anthropology, Oxford: Berg Publishers, 103-114.
*2004  Benefit of Foresight: From evolutionary studies to global environmental problems. Before Farming, 2004(4) on-line version
*2005  Food Sharing and Ownership among the Central African Hunter-gatherers: An Evolutionary Perspective. In Widlok, T. and W. Tadasse eds., Property and Equality, Oxford: Berghahn, 151-164.
*2005  The History and Current Situation of Anthropological Studies on Africa in Japan. The African Anthropologist (Pan African Anthropological Association), Vol. 12(2): 158 – 171.
*2006  Problems in the Conservation of Rainforests in Cameroon. In: Ecology and Change among the Hunter-gatherers in the Western Congo Basin, African Study Monographs, supplementary issue, no.33 (eds. Ichikawa, M. and H. Yasuoka).
*2007  L’évitement alimentaire des viandes d’animaux sauvages chez les chasseurs-cueilleurs d’Afrique centrale. Dounias, E., Motte-Florac, E. et Mesnil, M. (eds.) Le symbolisme des animaux - L’animal “clé de voûte” dans la tradition orale et les interactions homme-nature. (Colloques et Séminaires-IRD), Paris.
*2009  Forests and Indigenous People in Post-conflict Democratic Republic of Congo. Afrasian Studies, Afrasian Studies, Ryukoku University, 211-226.
*2011 Anthropologie Japonaises en Afrique. Techniques & Culture 57, Centre Norbert Elias-L’Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (EHESS), Marseille, pp. 120-141. 
*2011 Environmental Knowledge among Central African Hunter-gatherers: Types of Knowledge and Intra-cultural Variations, In: Information and Its Role in Hunter- Gatherer Bands, edited by Robert Whallon, William A. Lovis and Robert K. Hitchcock, Costen Institute of Archaeology, Los Angeles:117-132.
*2012 Central African Forests as Hunter-gatherers' Living Environment: An Approach to Historical Ecology. African Study Monographs, supplementary Issue, No.43( edited by M. Ichikawa, D. Kimura & H. Yasuoka, pp.3-14.

(Major Publications in Japanese)

Books
*1982  Hunters in the Forest : The Life of the Mbuti Pygmies, Jinbun-shoin, Kyoto, pp.255.
*1987  The Origin and Evolution of Man (Mitsuo Ichikawa, Suehisa Kuroda and Kazumichi Katayama), Yuuhikaku, Tokyo, pp.1-272.
*1995  Introduction to Ecological Anthropology (Co-editors: Tomoya Akimichi, Mitsuo Ichikawa and Ryutaro Ohtsuka), Sekai-shisousha, Kyoto, Japan, pp257.
*1996  Anthropology of Nature-dependent Societies (Second Series Co-editors: Jiro Tanaka, Makoto Kakeya, Mituso Ichikawa and Itaru Ohta), Academia Shppankai, Kyoto, pp. 1-441.
*2001  Co-existence of Man and Nature in the Central African Forests (Co-editor: Mitsuo Ichikawa and Hiroaki Sato), Kyoto University Press, 1-258.

Major Articles in Japanese
*1976  The hunting life of the BaMbuti Pygmies, Shizen (Nature), No.4:26-35.
*1977  Honey and the BaMbuti Pygmies. Biological Sciences, 29(1): 43-50.
*1977  Kuweri and Ekoni: Food restrictions of the BaMbuti Pygmies. In: Itani, J. and R. Harako, eds., Natural History of Man, p.135-166.
*1977  Fishing activities in the Ohgami Island in the Miyako Regions, Okinawa. In: Umesao, T., T. Kato and S. Nakao, eds., Explorations, Geography, and Ethnography, p.495-533. 
*1980  The beekeeping of the Suiei Dorobo in Nortehrn Kenya, Quaterly Anthropology, 11(2): 117-152.
*1983  Problems in the study of ecological anthropology in Zambia, Africa Kenkyu: Journal of the Japanese Society of Africanists, 23:38-49 (Makoto Kakeya and Mitsuo Ichikawa, with English Summary)
*1983  Patrilineal and matrilineal strategies in childcare. In: Ryutaro Ohtuska, ed.,  Contemporary Anthropology: Ecological Anthropology, p.71-80.
*1986  Flexibility in the African hunter-gatherer social organization. In, Itani, J. and J. Tanaka, Anthropology of Nature-dependent Societies (first series), p. 279-311.
*1989  The society with an emphasis on natural environment, In: T. Ohasi ed., Man and Social Environment, NHK Press, Tokyo, p.58-65.
*1991  Barter and cash transactions in the Ituri Forest of Zaire: Inconsistencies between the two exchange systems. In: Y. Tani, ed.,  Interpretating Other Cultures, p.48-77.
*1991  Egalitarianism in an evolutionary perspective. In: J. Tanaka and M. Kakeya, eds., Natural History of Homo sapience, p.11-34.
*1993  Diversity and multiplicity in the use of forest by African hunter-gatherers. Tropics (Journal of the Japanese Association of Tropical Ecology), p.107-121 (with English Summary).
*1993  Environmental problems and area studies: The example from the Ituri Forest of Zaire. In: Miyamoto, M. and K. Akasaka, eds., Studies on Africa, p.31-42.
*1993  Tropical Rain Forest as a Human Habitat. The World of Creation, Vol. 88: 47-65.
*1994  Prospects of the forest peoples. In: Kakeya, M. ed., Cognition of Nature for Cultural Survival, p.93-114.
*1994  Social mechanism for sustainable fishing in the Bangweulu Swamps. In: Ohtsuka, ed., Ecology of Natural Resource Use, P.195-219.
*1995  Environmental problems and anthropology. In: Akimichi, Ohtsuka and Ichikawa, eds., Introduction to Ecological Anthropology, P.154-173.
*1995  Tool-use, coopearation and sharing among hunting and gathering societies. Primate Research, 11(3) :231-238 (with English Summary).
*1995  Social integration and a cultural diversity: The case of the Mbuti in Zaire. In: Tanaka, Kakeya, Ichikawa and Ohta, eds., Anthropology of Nature-dependent Societies, second series, p. 409-437.
*1996  The forest as a source of values. In: Yamada, I. ed., Communications with Forests, p.150-173.
*1998  Ecology and a view of nature of the Mbuti Pygmies in the African forest. Tropics (Journal of the Japanese Association of Tropical Ecology), Vol.8(1-2):119-129 (with English Summary). 
*1999  The logic of internal African world: Its ecological background. In, Y. Takaya, ed., Inter-area Comparison, Kyoto University Press.
*1999  A report from the Cameroon forest. Forest Sciences, 25:22-28.
*1999  Circulations of materials, wealth and life in the forest world of the Mbuti. Quarterly Ethnology, 88:20-23.
*2001 Approaches to the forest people. In: Ichikawa, M. and H. Sato, eds., Co-existence of Man and Nature in the Central African Forests, p3-31.
*2002 Tropical forest destruction in a local context: An example from Cameroon, Asian and African Area Studies, Vol.2, 292-305 (with English Abstract).
*2004 Three types of ecology: Approach from ecological anthropology to the tropical rain forest issues. In: Ikeya, ed, Anthropological Perspectives of the Global Environmental Issues.  Kyoto: Sekai-Shisousha.  
*2010  African Rainforests as Human Habitat: A View from Historical Ecology.  Japanese Journal of Cultural Anthropology, 74(4) (with English summary).

About 30 other publications in Japanese.