Fraternization and Boundary: Feast, Drinking, Speech Act in East Eurasia

Date/Time Sat 17 Feb 2018
12:50 - 18:30
Venue Room number 303, 3F, ILCAA (Asahicho 3-11-1, Fuchu-shi, Tokyo, 183-8534)
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12:50 Moe TERAO (Tokyo Metropolitan University) Explanation of the Aim of Workshop
13:00 Session 1 Contemporary Banquets in Mongolia and Turk Societies Moe TERAO (Tokyo Metropolitan University) "Banquets and Fraternization in Mongolia: In a Case of Host-Guest Transaction in Wedding Banquets" Setsuko YOSHIDA (Shikoku Gakuin University) "The Wedding Banquets of "A New Era": A Pilot Study of Intergenerational Changes in Rural Kyrgyzstan"
14:10 Session 2 Acculturation and Cultural Boundary Seen in Banquets
Naho IGAUE (Chuo University) "The Use of Alcohol for Funerals and Memorial Ceremonies by Russian Old Believers in the Republic of Buryatia"
Tomohisa ABE (Tokyo Metropolitan University) "Changing Entanglement of Ritual and Food in Hani, Yunnan, China"
15:20 Session 3 Boundaries and Conversation
Mizuki NAKAMURA (Tsukuba University) "Languages between Daily and Non-daily: The Case of Language Use in Uzbek Society"
Ayumi HOTTA (Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Research Fellowship for Young Scientists [PD] ) "A Ger as a Stage Setting for "Hospitality": The Case of Visiting Other's Ger in Mongolian Nomadic Society"
16:30 Akira SAKURAMA (Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Research Fellowship for Young Scientists [PD] ), Tetsuya MIURA (Ikuei Junior College), Mari KAZATO (Hokusei GakuenUniversity) Comments
17:30 Discussion
18:30 Closing

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