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Kazuo MIYAMOTO Last modified date:2021.06.14

Professor / Department of History / Faculty of Humanities


Presentations
1. The beginning of civilization and infection: the spread of early agriculture.
2. Kazuo Miyamoto, Prehistoric Cairns and Dolmens in Manchuria, China, International Meeting: Megaliths of the World, 2019.12.
3. Kazuo Miyamoto, Lothar von Falkenhausen and his Chinese Archeology, The Art and Archaeology of Ritual and Economy in East Asia: Symposium on Honor of Lothar von Falkenhausen, 2019.06.
4. Kazuo Miyamoto, Rethinking of Bronze Age on the Eastern Rim of the Tibetan Plateau, China Night, Research Seminar Series, London University, 2019.01.
5. Kazuo Miyamoto, The spread of rice agriculture in North-eastern Asia: From the Shandong Peninsula to the Japanese Archipelago via the Korean Peninsula, Lecture Series of East Asian Archaeology, Oxford University, 2019.01.
6. Kazuo Miyamoto, Stone Graves in Mongolia, Workshop on Stone Structures in Northern Eurasia, 2019.01.
7. Kazu Miyamoto, Archaeological explanation for the diffusion theory of the Japonic and Koreanic Languages, Interdisciplinary conference on the prehistory of Transeurasian millets and beans, languages and genes, Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History, 2019.01.
8. Kazuo Miyamoto, Director Vision of Kyushu University Library for Internationalization of Higher Education, International Symposium Commemorating the Grand Opening of Kyushu University Central Library, Academic Libraries Engaging in Internationalization of Higher Education: Toward a World Top University Based in Asia, 2018.12.
9. Kazuo Miyamoto, The spread of rice agriculture from Shandong Peninsula to Japanese Archipelago via Korean Peninsula in Yayoi Period, Japanese Archaeological Association, 2019.10.
10. Kazuo Miyamoto, The spread of rice agriculture from the Shandong Peninsula to the Japanese Archipelago via the Korean Peninsula, Current Frontiers in the Archaeobotany of Rice, 2018.08.
11. Kazuo Miyamoto, Rethinking the Dating of the Beginning of Yayoi culture, Society for East Asian Archaeology the 8th Conference, 2018.06.
12. Kazuo Miyamoto, The Controversy on the Beginning of Yayoi culture, Plenary Session, Society for East Asian Archaeology the 8th Conference, 2018.06.
13. Kazuo Miyamoto, Decarbonized technique of cast iron to make wrought iron product at Yayoi period in Northern Kyushu, The Ninth International Conference on the Beginnings of the Use of Metals and Alloys, 2017.10.
14. Kazuo Miyamoto, The spread and development of Iron Technique in China, Society for American Archaeology, 78th Annual Meeting, 2017.04.
15. Kazuo Miyamoto, A comparative study on slab graves in Mongolia, Monuments and Pastoral Regimes – Archaeology of Inner Asia from the Eneolithic to the Early Iron Age, 2017.03.
16. Kazuo MIYAMOTO, Beginnings of the Early Iron Age in North-Eastern Asia and Japan, World Archaeological Congress 8, 2016.09.
17. Kazuo MIYAMOTO, Hypothesis for spread of Tropical-japonica and Temperate-japonica in East Asia, World Archaeological Congress 8, 2016.08.
18. Kazuo MIYAMOTO, The beginning of Modern Archaeology in Japan and Japanese Archaeology before the World War II, World Archaeological Congress 8, 2016.08.
19. Kazuo MIYAMOTO, Social Change of Herding Society Viewed from the Stone-Slab Graves in Mongolia, Seventh Worldwide Conference of the Society for East Asian Archaeology, 2016.06.
20. The relationship between the Northern Bronzes and the South-western Chinese Bronzes seen from the stone cist graves in the Eastern Tibet .
21. The meaning of archaeological materials of Yan states in China found in Okinawa Islands and international relationship.
22. Kazuo MIYAMOTO, Archaeological explanation for the diffusion theory of the Japonic and Koreanic Languages, SOKENDAI Project “Origin of Japonesian”, 2015.01.
23. Several isuues for the beginning of the iron product in China.
24. Prehistory of Korea seen from East Asia: forcus on the beginning of Bronze Age in Korea.
25. The Earlitou site seen from the definition of early states.
26. Kazuo MIYAMOTO, Establishment of the Shang dynasty viewed from the bronze production technique in the transitional time between the Xia and the Shang period, The Asian Archaeology Seminar Series at the McDonald Institute, 2014.02.
27. Kazuo MIYAMOTO, The Emergence and Chronology of early Bronzes on the Eastern Tibetan Plateau, The East Asian Ceminar Series at Oxford Centre for Asian Archaeology, Art and Culture,School of Archaeology,University of Oxford, 2014.02.
28. Kazuo MIYAMOTO, TETSUYA NAKANISHI, The first discovery of the furnace for iron product in the beginning of Tufang states of Tibet at the Galazong site, Luhuo prefecture, Sichuan province in China, BUMA7, 2013.09.
29. Kazuo MIYAMOTO, Social change of herding society viewed from the Stone-Slab Tombs in Mongolia, Международной научной конференции «Современные решения актуальных проблем евразийской археологии», 2013.09.
30. Kazuo MIYAMOTO, Reconsidering modes of contact between the Northern Chinese bronze culture and those of Southwest China, The Crescent-Shaped Exchange Belt Reconsidered, Society for American Archaeology, 2014.04.
31. Kazuo MIYAMOTO, An Archaeological Explanation for the Difusion Theory in the Japonic and Koreanic Languages, The Dispersal of Farming and Language in the Japanese Archipelago, Asia and Pacific, 2013.02.
32. Kazuo MIYAMOTO, The Emergence and Chronology of Bronzes on the Tibetan Plateau of Sichuan province, Society for East Asian Archaeology 5th World Conference, 2012.06.
33. Kazuo MIYAMOTO, Review and Current Research of Jomon Archaeology: viewed from the East Asian Archaeology, Society for East Asian Archaeology 5th World Conference, 2012.06.
34. The origins of agriculture in the Japanese archipelago .
35. The origin of civilization and the cultural interaction in Japanese archipelago: A four phases theory on the spread of early agriculture in North-Eastern Asia .
36. Urban formation process in China .
37. Empires and their peripheries: interactions, interdependence and transformations.
38. Archaeological materials in Kyushu University.
39. State formation process of DongYI Area viewed from the Interaction sphere in East Asia.
40. Re-excavation at Karakami site in Iki island and the archaeological materials of society for East-Asian archaeology.
41. Excavation at the Yanerlong stone cist grave in Si-chuan province of China.
42. Social structure of early western Zhou dynasty.
43. Local society explained by mortuary analysis of Sipingshan Querns, Shandong, China.
44. Origin and Dating of Liaoning type daggers.
45. Survey on the rice paddy site of Yangjiaquan site in Shangdong, China
Research on the Prehistoric stone tools of Jiaodong Peninsula, China.
46. A study on the rice paddy site and the subsistence activity in Late Shandong Longshan Culture.
47. The Spread of Early Agriculture to Far Eastern Russia.
48. Bronzes of Grate Wall District.
49. State Formation Process between Han and Xionnu comparing with peripheral area.
50. Taosi Culture and Bronze Bell.
51. Study of Rice Paddy Field at the Yangjiaquan Site of Shandong Province, China.
52. The Sino-Japanese Joint Excavation at the Neolithic & Bronze Age Sites around Lake Daihai in Southwestern Inner Mongolia, China.
53. The Social Organization of the Yan State in the Western Zhou Period through Analysis of the Liulihe Cemetery.
54. Regional Interaction in the Liaoxi District of the Bronze Age.
55. The Sino-Japanese cooperative excavations around Lake Daihai in south-central Inner Mongolia, 1995-1997: From the Neolithic to early Iron Age sites.
56. The Chronology of Eastern Han Style Tombs in Thanh-hoa Distirict through the Olov Janse Collection.
57. Emergence and Spread of Agriculture in East Asia.
58. The process of change to irrigated agriculture of Yayoi in the Northern Kyushu disitrict.