九州大学 研究者情報
研究者情報 (研究者の方へ)入力に際してお困りですか?
基本情報 研究活動 教育活動 社会活動
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


主な研究テーマ
社会ネットワーク理論を応用した社会の複雑性・複合性の増大過程の比較研究
キーワード:社会ネットワーク理論、社会システム論、複雑性、国家形成、日本、ヨーロッパ
2008.03.
専門分野としての考古学の成立・展開と近代
キーワード:modernity, disiciplinisation of scientific subjects, archaeology, nation-state, ethnicity
1998.01.
先史時代における時間観念の変遷の研究
キーワード:time, temporality, scheduling, cyclical time, linear time, archaeology, social archaeology, prehistory
2004.01.
従事しているプロジェクト研究
Beneath Hay Bluff: prehistoric south-west Herefordshire, c.4000-1500BC
2011.07~2015.09, 代表者:Julian Thomas, Keith Ray, Koji Mizoguchi, University of Manchester, Herefordshire County Council, Kyushu University, UK and Japan
連合王国ヘリフォード、ドーストン周辺に所在する新石器時代エンクロージャの調査を通じて、新石器時代の地域間交流ネットワークと、エンクロージャがその中で果たした役割を復原する。.
Exhibition 'Unearthed' organization and evaluation
2010.08~2010.08, 代表者:Dr. Simon Kaner, Sainsbury Institute for the study of Japanese Arts and Cultures, Sainsbury Institute for the study of Japanese Arts and Cultures (U.K.).
The Origins of Spirituality
2004.11~2009.10, 代表者:Professor Lord Colin Renfrew, University of Cambridge, McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, the United Kingdom
ホモ・サピエンスが社会組織の複雑性の増大とともに、広義の「宗教的行為」をどのように発達させてきたかを、ユニバーサルな比較の視点から解明する。アメリカ合衆国テンプルトン財団資金による国際大型考古学プロジェクト。ケンブリッジ大学コリン・レンフリュー教授(Professor Lord Colin Renfrew)以下4名のコア・メンバー(Koji mizoguchi, Kyushu University, Japan, Lynn Meskell, Stanford University, U.S.A., Richard Lesure, U.C.L.A., U.S.A., Chris Scarre, Cambridge University, U.K.)によりプロジェクト・アウトラインを作成し、その実施の一環として、2005年9月13〜17日、連合王国ケンブリッジ大学マクドナルド考古学研究所にて、研究集会"Image and Imagination: Material Beginnings The Global Prehistory of Figurative Representation"の開催をオーガナイズし、報告・司会・総括コメントを行った。非欧米圏からは唯一のコア・メンバーとして活動中である。.
研究業績
主要著書
1. Mizoguchi, Koji, Mizoguchi, K. 2017. The Yayoi and Kofun Periods of Japan. in Handbook of East and Southeast Asian Archaeology (eds. by J. Habu, P.V. Lape, J.W. Olsen), pp. 561-602. New York: Springer., Springer, pp. 561-602, 2017.12, [URL].
2. Mizoguchi, Koji, Mizoguchi, K. 2017. Anthropomorphic Clay Figurines of the Jomon Period of Japan. in The Oxford Handbook of Prehistoric Figurines (ed. by T. Insoll), pp. 521-544. Oxford: Oxford University Press., Oxford University Press, pp. 521-544, 2017.04, [URL].
3. 古谷 嘉章, 溝口孝司, 関雄二, 佐々木重洋, 秋山聰, 鏡味治也, 出口顕, 松本直子, 「物質性」の人類学ー世界は物質の流れの中にあるー(溝口孝司「モノの考古学的研究ー世界の未規定性・不確定性の縮減媒体としてのモノ研究の観点から」(pp. 59-81)), 同成社, 溝口孝司「モノの考古学的研究ー世界の未規定性・不確定性の縮減媒体としてのモノ研究の観点から」(59-81頁), 2017.03, [URL].
4. Koji MIZOGUCHI, 史学会125周年リレーシンポジウム4:過去を伝える、今を遺す(pp. 170-194 公共考古学の可能性), 山川出版社, 2015.11, 公共考古学=パブリック・アーケオロジーの現状を世界的動向と同時代社会の編成の基本構造との対比から整理するとともに、その問題点と将来への展望をおこなった。.
5. Koji MIZOGUCHI, Death Rituals, Social Order and the Archaeology of Immortality in the Ancient World, Cambridge University Press, Chapter 16. ( pp. 255-279) 'De-Paradoxisation of Paradoxes by Referring to Death as an Ultimate Paradox: The Case of the State-Formation Phase of Japan', 2015.10, [URL].
6. Koji MIZOGUCHI, The Archaeology of Japan: from the Earliest Rice Farming Villages to the Rise of the State, Cambridge University Press, pp. 1-371, 2013.11, This is the first book-length study of the Yayoi and Kofun periods of Japan (c.600 BC–AD 700), in which the introduction of rice paddy-field farming from the Korean peninsula ignited the rapid development of social complexity and hierarchy that culminated with the formation of the ancient Japanese state. The author traces the historical trajectory of the Yayoi and Kofun periods by employing cutting-edge sociological, anthropological and archaeological theories and methods. The book reveals a fascinating process through which sophisticated hunting-gathering communities in an archipelago on the eastern fringe of the Eurasian continent were transformed materially and symbolically into a state..
7. Carl Knappett, ed., Knappett, Carl, ed., 2013. Network Analysis in Archaeology: New Approaches to Regional Interaction (Mizoguchi, K. 'Evolution of prestige good systems: an application of network analysis to the transformation of communication systems and their media', pp. 151-178), Oxford University Press, 2013.04, The paper argues that the systemic generation of differentlal centrality to individual units of social interaction resulted in the formation of large bodies of socio-political integration in ancient societies. The thesis is illustrated through the investigation of evidence from the Yayoi and Kofun periods of Japan by applying formal network analysis methods..
8. J. Lydon and U.Z. Rizvi, eds., Handbook of Postcolonial Archaeology, Left Coast Press, Chapter 6: "The colonial experience of the uncolonized and colonized: the case of East Asia, mainly as seen from Japan" (pp. 81-91), 2011.01.
9. Koji Mizoguchi, Archaeology, Society and Identity in Modern Japan, Cambridge University Press, 2006.05, [URL].
10. Miriam T. Stark, et al, Archaeology of Asia: Blackwell Studies in Global Archaeology, Blackwell, Oxford, U.K., Chapter 4 "Self-Identification in the Modern and Post-Modern World and Archaeological Research: A Case Study from Japan" (pp. 55-73), 2005.08, [URL].
11. Koji Mizoguchi, An Archaeological History of Japan, 40,000 BC to AD 700, University of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia, U.S.A., pp. 1-274, 2002.04, [URL].
12. Lynn Meskell, Robert Preucel, et.al., A Companion to Social Archaeology, Blackwell, Oxford, U.K., Chapter 17 "Identity, Modernity, and Archaeology: The Case of Japan" (pp. 396-414), 2004.10, [URL].
13. Joanna sofaer Derevenski, et al., Children and Material Culture, Routledge, Chapter 11 "The child as a node of past, present and future" (pp. 141-150), 2000.06, [URL].
14. Holtorf, Cornelius, Karlsson, Hakan, et al., Philosophy and Archaeological Practice: Perspectives for the 21st Century, Bricoleur Press, Sweden, Mizoguchi, Koji Anthony Giddens and Niklas Luhmann. pp. 13-24, 2000.01, [URL].
15. 溝口 孝司, 古墳時代の考古学10: 古墳と現代社会, 同成社, 溝口孝司「古墳時代研究とアイデンティティ」, pp. 9-25, 2014.03, [URL].
主要原著論文
1. Mizoguchi, Koji, Uchida, Junko, The Anyang Xibeigang Shang royal tombs revisited: a social archaeological approach, Antiquity, https://doi.org/10.15184/aqy.2018.19, 362, Issue 362, 2018.05, [URL], The Shang Dynasty has attracted much archaeological research, particularly the renowned ‘royal tombs’ of the Xibeigang cemetery at Anyang Yinxu, the last Shang capital. Understanding of the social strategies informing Shang mortuary practices is, however, very limited. A new reconstruction of the detailed chronology of the cemetery is presented here, allowing social theory to be applied, and reveals the strategic social decisions behind the placement of the tombs in relation to each other. The results of this analysis are important not only for the reconstruction of the social structure and organisation of the late Shang dynasty, but also for understanding the relationship between mortuary practices and the functioning of early states in other regions..
2. Koji MIZOGUCHI, STAŠA BABIĆ, RAIMUND KARL, MONIKA MILOSAVLJEVIĆ, CARSTEN PALUDAN-MÜLLER, TIM MURRAY, JOHN ROBB, NATHAN SCHLANGER, ALESSANDRO VANZETTI, What is ‘European Archaeology’? What Should it be?, European Journal of Archaeology, https://doi.org/10.1017/eaa.2016.12, 20, 1, 4-35, 2017.01, [URL], ‘European archaeology’ is an ambiguous and contested rubric. Rooted in the political histories of European archaeology, it potentially unites an academic field and provides a basis for international collaboration and inclusion, but also creates essentialized identities and exclusionary discourses. This discussion article presents a range of views on what European archaeology is, where it comes from, and what it could be..
3. Koji MIZOGUCHI, 考古学理論の転変と史的背景に関する一試論ー欧米考古学を主要な対象としての分析と提言ー, 考古学研究会, 63, 3, 85-104, 2016.12, [URL].
4. Koji MIZOGUCHI, A Future of Archaeology, Antiquity, http://dx.doi.org/10.15184/aqy.2014.39, 89, 343, 12-22, 2015.02, [URL], As archaeologists we look to the past, but where might archaeology be going in the future? In this issue of Antiquity we begin a new feature where we invite archaeologists from different parts of the world to consider how the subject may or should develop in the coming years. For the first of these, Koji Mizoguchi, President of the World Archaeological Congress and Professor at Kyushu University in Japan, offers a perspective on the regional traditions of archaeology within an increasingly globalised world..
5. Koji MIZOGUCHI, 世界が変わるとき:弥生時代中期の北部九州を素材として, 考古学研究, 61, 3, 50-70, 2014.12.
6. Koji MIZOGUCHI, The centre of their life-world: the archaeology of experience at the Middle Yayoi cemetery of Tateiwa-Hotta, Japan, Antiquity, 88, 341, 836-850, 2014.09, [URL], Social analysis of cemeteries has traditionally viewed them as static images of social organisation. In this study of the Middle Yayoi jar-burial cemetery of Tateiwa-Hotta, however, the dynamic interrelationship between competing groups and successive generations can be discerned. Two initial burials proved to be foundational acts, followed by over 40 further burials spread over a series of generations. Differences in grave orientation and grave goods signalled the separate identities of the adjacent hamlets that came to bury their lineage leaders in this prominent location. Competition between lineages is indicated by externally acquired grave goods, including prestigious bronze mirrors from the Han commandery of Lelang in Korea, and by the varying styles of burial jar that illustrate and symbolise connections or alliances with other communities..
7. 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, 57, 2, 22-37, 57(2) 22-37頁, 2010.09.
8. MIZOGUCHI, Koji, Nodes and edges: A network approach to hierarchisation and state formation in Japan. , Journal of Anthropological Archaeology, Vol.28-1: 14-26, 2009.03, [URL].
9. Mizoguchi, Koji, The emergence of anthropomorphic representation in the Japanese archipelago: a social systemic perspective, Image and Imagination: a global prehistory of figurative representation (McDonald Institute Monographs), pp. 185-197, 2007.11.
10. Mizoguchi, Koji, Genealogy in the ground: observations of jar burials of the Yayoi period, northern Kyushu, Japan, Antiquity, 79, 304, 316-326, Volume 79, Number 304: 316-326, 2005.06, [URL].
11. Mizoguchi, Koji, Time and genealogical consciousness in the mortuary practices of the Yayoi period, Japan, Journal of East Asian Archaeology, Vol.3, Nos.3-4: 173-197, 2002.06, [URL].
12. Mizoguchi, Koji, The reproduction of arcaheological discourse: the case of Japan, Journal of Euroepan Archaeology, Vol.5, No.2: 149-165, 1997.12, [URL].
13. Mizoguchi, Koji, Time in the reproduction of mortuary practices, World Archaeology, Vol. 25-2: 223-35, 1993.10, [URL].
主要総説, 論評, 解説, 書評, 報告書等
1. Koji MIZOGUCHI, Mizoguchi, K. 2008. Comment to I. Kuijt The Regeneration of Life: Neolithic Structures of Symbolic Remembering and Forgetting. Current Anthropology, Vol.49, No.2: 171-197 (190-191), Current Anthropology, Vol.49, No.2, 2008.06.
主要学会発表等
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.
.
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, Doing Archaeology in the High-/Post-Modern world as "Academics", European Association of Archaeologists 11th Annual Meeting, 2005.09, [URL].
特許出願・取得
特許出願件数  1件
特許登録件数  0件
その他の優れた研究業績
2013.04, アメリカ考古学会2013年総会(ホノルル)において開催された公開フォーラム'RE-CONNECTING THE PAST: THE FUTURE OF SOCIAL NETWORK ANALYSIS IN ARCHAEOLOGY'におけるディスカッサントとしての参加(招待).
2010.08, 連合王国 セインズベリー日本芸術研究所 展覧会'Unearthed'評価に関するワークッショプ、ディスカッサント.
学会活動
所属学会名
世界考古学会議
日本考古学協会
インド太平洋先史学連合
国際東アジア考古学会
ヨーロッパ考古学者協会
アメリカ考古会
九州考古学会
考古学研究会
学協会役員等への就任
2013.04~2019.03, 日本考古学協会, 英文機関誌『Japanese Journal of Archaeology』編集委員長(初代).
2013.01~2021.07, World Archaeological Congress (WAC) (世界考古学会議), 会長.
2012.11~2014.11, 九州考古学会, 運営委員.
2007.11~2011.10, 九州考古学会, 事務局委員 会誌『九州考古学』編集幹事.
学会大会・会議・シンポジウム等における役割
2016.08.28~2016.09.02, The Eighth World Archaeological Congress, 会長として準備・進行を統括.
2011.12.14~2011.12.16, Session: 'Time for a Change? Practice Theory and Tradition in Archaeology' 33rd Meeting of the Theoretical Archaeology Group, 座長(Chairmanship).
2010.02.28~2010.03.04, ESF-JSPS Frontier Science Conference Series for Young Researchers Contact Zones of Empires in Asia and Europe: Complexity, Contingency, Causality (平成21年度 日本-欧州先端科学セミナー:アジアとヨーロッパにおける帝国と周辺:複雑性、偶発性、因果性 ) , 座長(Chairmanship).
2010.02.27~2010.03.04, ESF-JSPS Frontier Science Conference Series for Young Researchers Contact Zones of Empires in Asia and Europe: Complexity, Contingency, Causality (平成21年度 日本-欧州先端科学セミナー:アジアとヨーロッパにおける帝国と周辺:複雑性、偶発性、因果性 ), 司会(Moderator).
2006.09, European Association of Archaeologists 12th Annual Meeting Cracow, Poland, 2006: Session "Histories of Archaeology: who, what, why, and how have we excavated, written and divulged?", 座長(Chairmanship).
2006.01, World Archaeological Congress Intercongress Osaka 2006: Session 15 "Doing Archaeology in High-/Post-Modernity, or How to Cope with Fragmentation and Globalisation", 座長(Chairmanship).
2006.01, World Archaeological Congress Intercongress Osaka 2006: Session 2 "Comparative archaeology of interactions with neibouring areas", 座長(Chairmanship).
2005.09, Image and Imagination: Material Begginings The Global Prehistory of Figurative Representation, 司会(Moderator).
2012.06.06~2012.06.10, Society for East Asian Archaeology 5th World Conference, Academic Secretary.
2010.12.03~2010.12.05, Japan-American Frontier of Sciences Symposium, Planning Group Member, and Co-ordinator, Session 'Collective Intelligence'.
2010.04.17~2010.04.18, 考古学研究会2010年度研究集会シンポジウム, 報告者 パネリスト.
2010.02.28~2010.03.04, ESF-JSPS Frontier Science Conference Series for Young Researchers Contact Zones of Empires in Asia and Europe: Complexity, Contingency, Causality (平成21年度 日本-欧州先端科学セミナー:アジアとヨーロッパにおける帝国と周辺:複雑性、偶発性、因果性 ) , コーディネーター.
2008.12.05~2008.12.07, Japan-America Frontiers of Science Conference 2008, Session Coordinator: "Measurements and Conditions for Happiness".
2005.09, Image and Imagination: Material Beginnings The Global Prehistory of Figurative Representation, Organising Committee.
学会誌・雑誌・著書の編集への参加状況
2014.10~2020.09, Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society, 国際, 編集委員.
2013.09~2020.08, Journal of World Prehistory, 国際, 編集委員.
2013.05~2019.05, Japanese Journal of Archaeology: the English Language Journal of Japanese Archaeological Association, 国際, 編集委員長.
2000.04, Journal of East Asian Archaeology, 国際, 編集委員.
2006.11~2011.10, 九州考古学, 国際, 編集委員.
学術論文等の審査
年度 外国語雑誌査読論文数 日本語雑誌査読論文数 国際会議録査読論文数 国内会議録査読論文数 合計
2015年度      
2014年度      
2005年度 編集作業中         
その他の研究活動
海外渡航状況, 海外での教育研究歴
University of Leiden, Netherlands, 2010.09~2010.09.
Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japaense Arts and Cultures, UnitedKingdom, 2010.08~2010.08.
Society of Antiquaries of London, UnitedKingdom, 2011.03~2011.03.
Society of Antiquaries of London, UnitedKingdom, 2010.03~2010.03.
外国人研究者等の受入れ状況
2014.11~2015.02, 1ヶ月以上, Flinders University, Australia, 学内資金.
受賞
第5回日本考古学協会賞大賞, 日本考古学協会, 2015.06.
第8回九州考古学会賞, 九州考古学会, 2014.11.
第3回日本学術振興会賞, 日本学術振興会, 2006.12.
研究資金
科学研究費補助金の採択状況(文部科学省、日本学術振興会)
2017年度~2019年度, 基盤研究(C), 代表, 社会の複雑化・国家形成における葬送儀礼の機能と貢献.
2011年度~2013年度, 基盤研究(C), 代表, ネットワーク分析を用いた国家形成期社会の中心化・成層化過程の研究.
2011年度~2013年度, 基盤研究(C), 代表, ネットワーク分析を用いた国家形成期社会の中心化・成層化過程の研究.
2008年度~2010年度, 基盤研究(C), 代表, 前国家社会の複雑性・複合性の増大過程の比較研究.
2006年度~2007年度, 基盤研究(C), 代表, 西日本弥生時代中期・後期の年代学的研究.
2003年度~2004年度, 基盤研究(C), 代表, 弥生時代成人用大型甕棺の形態学的研究.
2003年度~2004年度, 基盤研究(C), 代表, 弥生時代成人用大型甕棺の形態学的研究.

九大関連コンテンツ

pure2017年10月2日から、「九州大学研究者情報」を補完するデータベースとして、Elsevier社の「Pure」による研究業績の公開を開始しました。
 
 
九州大学知的財産本部「九州大学Seeds集」