九州大学 研究者情報
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溝口 孝司(みぞぐち こうじ) データ更新日:2018.06.05

教授 /  比較社会文化研究院 環境変動部門 基層構造


学会発表等
1. Koji Mizoguchi, THE CENTRALIZATION AND HIERACHISATION OF INTER-COMMUNAL RELATIONS CONSTITUTED BY ISLAND TOPOGRAPHY: THE CASE OF JAPAN, European Association of Archaeologists, 2017.09, The topography and the distribution of watercourses of an island significantly constitutes the topological characteristics of emergent networks of interaction that lead to differential
developments of the centrality of network nodes, resulting in inter-communal hiearchisation. By investigating the process of inter-polity hiearchisation that rapidly progressed
during the Late Yayoi and the Early Kofun periods of Japan, the paper illustrates how the unique topography and the presence of an inland sea connecting the gateway communities
of the Kyushu island and the Kinki region of the Honshu island of the Japanese archipelago resulted in the rapid development of inter-communal hierarchy without the
significant uneven distribution of resources, differential developments of social complexity, or that of military powers..
2. Koji MIZOGUCHI, 世界考古学会議ー歴史・課題・展望, 日本考古学協会第81回総会, 2015.05, 2016年には設立30周年をむかえ、第8回世界大会が京都で開催される世界考古学会議(WAC)。その歩みは考古学が同時代社会に埋め込まれた社会的行為の領野として自己を位置づけ、反省的にその帰結をモニターし、コントロールしようとする流れの深化と併行する。本発表では、その流れを理論的に整理するとともに、その社会的背景と、世界考古学会議が考古学とそれを取り巻く社会にもたらした諸帰結につき総括する。.
3. Koji MIZOGUCHI, Formal network analysis and archaeological theorisation: a proposition for fruitful collaboration, European Association of Archaeologists Annual Meeting 2015, 2015.09, [URL], How to choose an appropriate formal network analysis method determines the usefulness and validity of the outcome of the investigation. The paper examines the implications of different formal network analysis methods and consider their suitability to different types of data and research objectives..
4. Koji MIZOGUCHI, Contextualizing the Theory of Archaeological Theorization, Society for American Archaeology Annual Meeting 2015, 2015.04, [URL], Archaeological theories are the products of their contemporary social formation. The paper examines the ways in which the acts of theorization are embedded in contemporary society and its reality/realities..
5. Koji MIZOGUCHI, The constitution of life-world and its materialisation: a study of the emergent process of certain realities from Yayoi period Japan and Final Neolithic/Early Bronze Age England, UK., Theoretical Archaeology Group Annual Conference, 2014.12, [URL].
6. Koji MIZOGUCHI, How we have come to do archaeology the way(s) we do: a meta-critique of current ar- chaeological discursive formation, European Association of Archaeologists 19th Annual Meeting, 2013.09.
7. Koji MIZOGUCHI, Prestige Goods and Social Hierarchization Revisited: A Formal Network Approach to the Hierarchization of Intercommunal Relations in the Middle Yayoi Period in Northern Kyushu, Japan, Society for American Archaeology 2013 Annual Meeting, 2013.04.
8. Koji MIZOGUCHI, An archaeological approach to materiality: a critical long-term perspective, World Archaeological Congress 7th International Conference, Dead Sea, Jordan, 2013.01, This paper argues that materiality needs to be situated in historically-contingent contexts in terms of what element(s) of materiality mattered most to people, i.e., what specific effects does materiality generate? and what specific consequences does it lead to? This paper argues for this approach to materiality by investigating long-term material-human dialectics that unfolded in pre- and proto-historic Japan, between c. 4,000 BC to 500 AD.
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9. Koji MIZOGUCHI, Society against stratification’ and its transformation: the case of Yayoi period northern Kyushu, Japan, The 34th Annual Conference of the Theoretical Archaeology Group, 2012.12.
10. MIZOGUCHI, Koji, De-paradoxisation of paradoxes by referring to death as an ultimate paradox: the case of the state-formation phase of Japan, The archaeology of mortality and immortality (invitation only conference), 2012.04.
11. MIZOGUCHI, Koji, Still we are bound to theorize: Japanese archaeological discursive space from the 1950s to the present, 33rd Meeting of the Theoretical Archaeology Group, 2011.12.
12. MIZOGUCHI, Koji, Giddensian hierarchical model of act and consciousness revisited: an attempt of its operationalisation, 33rd Meeting of the Theoretical Archaeology Group, 2011.12.
13. MIZOGUCHI, Koji, The colonial experience of the colonized and uncolonized: the case of East Asia, mainly as seen from Japan, University of Cambridge Asian Studies Centre Seminar Series, 2011.03, [URL].
14. 溝口孝司, 弥生社会の組織とその成層化:コミュニケーション・偶発性・ネットワーク, 考古学研究会, 2010.04.
15. Mizoguchi, Koji, Rethinking “prestige good systems”: the self-organization of complexity and hierarchy on the periphery of the empire, ESF-JSPS Frontier Science Conference Series for Young Researchers Contact Zones of Empires in Asia and Europe: Complexity, Contingency, Causality, 2010.03.
16. Mizoguchi, Koji, THE CENTRALIZATION OF POWER AND THE GENERATION OF THE TRANSCENDENTAL: A NETWORK APPROACH TO THE KOFUN (MOUNDED TOMB) PERIOD OF JAPAN, 19TH CONGRESS OF THE INDO-PACIFIC PREHISTORY ASSOCIATION, 2009.12, [URL].
17. Koji MIZOGUCHI, The long-term transformation of communication systems: the case of Japanese prehistory (in the session "Beyond immediacy and intimate: individuals and experience in the long duree), Theoretical Archaeology Group (USA) Inaugural Meeting, Columbia University, USA, 2008.05, [URL].
18. Koji MIZOGUCHI, The formation of large-scale polities and the "transcendental" (in the session: "Creating and Contesting Knowledge in Antiquity)), Theoretical Archaeology Group (USA) Inaugural Meeting, Columbia University, USA, 2008.05, [URL].
19. Mizoguchi, Koji, How do we make sense of mortuary evidence?, The Theoretical Archaeology Group Conference 2006, 2006.12, [URL].
20. Mizoguchi, Koji, Doing archaeology in the risk environment: beyond "epistemic-ontological precaution", European Association of Archaeologists 12th Annual Meeting, 2006.09, [URL].
21. Mizoguchi, Koji, Theorising the history of contemporary archaeological theory, Euroepan Association of Archaeologists 12th Annual Meeting, 2006.09, [URL].
22. Mizoguchi, Koji, An observation of the reproduction of contemporary archaeological discursive space, or the problem of immediacy and spontaneity without co-presence, World Archaeological Congress Intercongress Osaka 2006, 2006.01, [URL].
23. Mizoguchi, Koji, In what ways does heritage matter in modern Japan?, Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation Seminar: Does Heritage matter? Is the Past Serving the Present In Japan and Europe? (http://www.dajf.org.uk/event_page.asp?Section=Eventssec&ID=160), 2005.09, [URL].
24. Mizoguchi, Koji, The emergence of anthropomorphic representation in Japanese archipelago: a social systemic perspective, Image and Imagination: Material Beginnings The Global Prehistory of Figurative Representation, 2005.09.
25. Mizoguchi, Koji, Bodies of Evidence: Early anthropomorphic representations in Japan, Image and Imagination: Material Beginnings The Global Prehistory of Figurative Representation, 2005.09.
26. Mizoguchi, Koji, Doing Archaeology in the High-/Post-Modern world as "Academics", European Association of Archaeologists 11th Annual Meeting, 2005.09, [URL].
27. Mizoguchi, Koji, Time and Complexity in the Study of Archaeology, Euroepan Association of Archaeologists 10th Annual Meeting, 2004.09.
28. Mizoguchi, Koji, Is there any room for universality in current archaeology?, Theoretical Archaeology Group 25th Annual Meeting, 2003.12.
29. Mizoguchi, Koji, Why we have all become post-processual? Hyper-capitalism and archaeological discursive formation, Euroepan Association of Archaeologists 9th Annual Meeting, 2003.09.
30. Mizoguchi, Koji, What did the mourners see and feel? Exploring the potential of the study of cemetery-scape, Euroepan Association of Archaeologists 9th Annual Meeting, 2003.09.
31. Mizoguchi, Koji, The discursive space of post world war 2 Japan and the fate of archaeological discourse in post-modernity, The 5th World Archaeological Congress, 2003.06.
32. Mizoguchi, Koji, Material Culture and Historical Memory: the De-paradoxisation of the Paradox of the Nation-State Through Archaeology, Theoretical Archaeology Group 24th Annual Meeting, 2002.12.
33. Mizoguchi, Koji, How to fill the emptiness of self-identification: The case of Japanese state formation studies, Euroepan Association of Archaeologists 8th Annual Meeting, 2002.09.
34. Mizoguchi, Koji, Time and genealogical consciousness in the mortuary practices of the Yayoi period, Japan, Society for East Asian Archaeology 2nd World Meeting, 2000.06.
35. Mizoguchi, Koji, Protection of the site and autonomy of the site narrative, World Archaeological Congress 4, 1999.01.
36. Mizoguchi, Koji, Changing self-identity and changing cemeteryscape: A case from the Yayoi period of Japan, 6th century BC -3rd century AD, World Archaeological Congress 4, 1999.01.
37. Mizoguchi, Koji, Anthony Giddens and Niklas Luhmann, European Association of Archaeologists 4th Annual Meeting, 1998.09.

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