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!Nom: 

Takanori OISHI, Ph.D.

!Statut: 

Chercheur, [Institut de recherche pour l'humanité et la Nature|http://www.chikyu.ac.jp/rihn_e/], Kyoto, Japon
Chargé de cours, [L'université de Tokyo des études étrangères|http://www.tufs.ac.jp/english/], Tokyo, Japon

!Recherches actuelles:

Je travaille avec les habitants de la zone forestière du Sud-East Cameroun, particulièrement chez les Bakwélé et chez les Baka. Le sujet de la recherche, y comprise: l'ethnoecologie des activités de la subsistance (notamment la pêche dans eaux douces), perception traditionnelle des paysages forestières tropicaux, relations entre hommes et animaux; dynamique de relations interethniques (cultivateurs/chasseurs-cueilleurs/commerçants et ailleurs).

Mots Clés: Ethnoecologie, Ecologie politique, Anthropologie de valeur, les Bekwil, les Baka, Nord-Ouest bassin de Congo

!Publications majeurs:

*Oishi, T., Hagiwara, M. 2015. 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. [pdf|http://jambo.africa.kyoto-u.ac.jp/kiroku/asm_suppl/abstracts/pdf/ASM_s51/05%20Oishi%20Hagiwara.pdf]

*Oishi, T., Hayashi, K. 2014. From ritual dance to disco: Change in habitual use of tobacco and alcohol among the Baka hunter-gatherers of southeastern Cameroon. African Study Monographs, Supplimentary Issue 47: 143-163. [pdf|http://jambo.africa.kyoto-u.ac.jp/kiroku/asm_suppl/abstracts/pdf/ASM_s47/9.Oishi&Hayashi.pdf]

*Oishi, T. 2014. Sharing hunger and sharing food: Staple food procurement in long-term fishing expeditions of Bakwele horticulturalists in southeastern Cameroon. African Study Monographs, Supplimentary Issue 47: 59-72. [pdf|http://jambo.africa.kyoto-u.ac.jp/kiroku/asm_suppl/abstracts/pdf/ASM_s47/5.Oishi.pdf]

*Oishi, T. 2013. Human-Gorilla and Gorilla-Human: Dynamics of Human-animal boundaries and interethnic relationships in the central African rainforest. Revue de primatologie 5, Document 63. (DOI: 10.4000/primatologie.1881)

*Oishi, T. 2013. Current situation of studies on the hunter-gatherers of tropics: A comparative report of ICCBHG & CHAGS10. (In Japanese). Tropical Ecology Letters 93, pp. 2-12. 

*Oishi, T. 2012. Gorilla-man and Man-gorilla: Human-animal boundaries and interethnic relationships in central African rainforest. (In Japanese). In (K. Okuno, M. Yamaguchi & S. Kondo, eds.) Anthropology of Man and Animal, pp. 93-129. Shumpusha Publishing, Yokohama.

*Hayashi, K. & Oishi, T. 2012. Role of tobacco and alcohol in daily life among the Baka hunter-gatherers: Penetration of monetary economy and exotic articles of taste in south-eastern Cameroon" (In Japanese with an English abstract) Humanities and Sciences, 30: 29-43., Kobe-Gakuin University. 

*Oishi, T. 2012. Cash crop cultivation and interethnic relations of the Baka Hunter-Gatherers in southeastern Cameroon." African Study Monographs, Supplementary Issue No. 43. pp. 115-136. [pdf|http://jambo.africa.kyoto-u.ac.jp/kiroku/asm_suppl/abstracts/pdf/ASM_s43/6.%20OISHI.pdf]

*Oishi, T. 2010. Holidays in the forest: A case of fishing practice among Bakwele cultivators in Southeastern Cameroonian rainforest. (in Japanese). In (D. Kimura & K. Kitanishi, eds.) People, Nature and History of African Tropical Forests 1: From Social Perspectives, pp. 97-128. Kyoto University Press, Kyoto.

!Exposés sélectionnés:

*Oishi, T. 2014. "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’”, December 5th, 2014Tou'Ngou Hotel, Yaounde, Cameroon. (Oral presentation, Invited lecture)

*Oishi, T. 2013. "Various aspects of interactions between Baka hunter-gatherers and migrant merchants in southeastern Cameroon", the session 'Hunter-gatherers and their neighbours.', CHAGS10 (10th Conference on Hunting and Gathering Societies), June 27th 2013, University of Liverpool, Liverpool, UK. (Oral presentation)

*Oishi, T. and E. Fongnzossie 2012. "Microhabitats in tropical mixed evergreen forest recognized by Baka hunter-gatherers of southeastern Cameroon: Folk concepts of vegetation change in comparison to modern ecological term of 'succession'. The 13th Congress of the International Society for Ethnobiology, May 21st, 2012, Montpellier, France. (Oral presentation)

*Oishi, T. 2011. "Partager la Faim et Partager les Aliments: Comment traiter la 'faim d'hydrates de carbone' chez les pecheurs/agriculteurs Bakwele du sud-est du Cameroun." 31°symposium ICAF (IUAES International Commission of Anthropology of Food): "PARTAGER LA NOURRITURE" Lasseube, Pyrenees Atlantiques, France, du 30 mars au 2 avril 2011. (Oral Presentation)

*Oishi, T. 2010. "Cash crop cultivation and Hunter-Gatherer society, and their relationships with Farmers: A case study of the Baka Pygmies and the Bakwele of South East Cameroon." International Conference on Congo Basin hunter-gatherers, the September 24th, 2010, CNRS Montpellier, France. (Oral Presentation)

*Oishi, T. 2010. "Family structure, residential groups, and mate preferences among the Baka hunter-gatherers and the Bakwele fisher-farmers of Cameroon: Toward a long-term comparative research of population dynamics." Joint Annual Meeting of SCCR/ SASci/ AAACIG 2010, February 18th, 2010, Albuquerque, NM, USA. (Oral Presentation)

!Projets des recherches sélectionnés:

*A historical ecological study on the relationships between the river people and the forest people in central African lowland tropical forest. Grant-in-Aid for Research Activity Start-Up from JSPS: No. 21820018, 2009-2010.

*Enlargement of economic inequality and traditional egalitarian ethics among the forest dwellers under the penetration of cash economy in African tropical forest. Grant-in-Aid for Young Scientists (B) from JSPS: No. 23720424. April, 2011-March, 2014.

*Market economy, time preference and minimal social stratefication among the Hunting and-Gathering communities of southeastern Cameroon. Grant-in-Aid for Young Scientists (B) from JSPS: No. 26870297. April, 2014-March, 2017.

*The Environmental History of 'Hunter-gatherers' in the Tropics. Joint research project of the National Museum of Ethnology, Osaka. (Head: Dr. Ikeya Kazunobu) October, 2012-March, 2015.

*Long-term Sustainability through Place-based, Small-scale Economies: Approaches from Historical Ecology. Full Research Project of the Research Institute for Humanity and Nature, Kyoto. (Head: Dr. HABU Junko) April, 2014-March, 2017.

!Contact: 

(e-mail) takanori[à]chikyu.ac.jp (Changez [à] au @.)
(e-mail) takanori[à]tufs.ac.jp (Changez [à] au @.)