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anthropologist , educator

Hirochika Nakamaki, Japanese anthropologist, educator. Member of Japanese Society Cultural Anthropology, Japanese Association Study of Religion and Society, Japan Anthropology Workshop.

Background

Nakamaki, Hirochika was born on January 30, 1947 in Nagano, Japan.

Education

Bachelor in Cultural Anthropology, Saitama University, 1970. Master of Arts in Science of Religion, Tokyo University, 1973. Doctor of Letters in Science of Religion, Tokyo University, 1986.

Career

Research fellow National Museum Ethnology, Osaka, Japan, 1977—1986. Visiting scholar Centro de Estudos Nio-Brasileires, Brazil. Associate professor National Museum Ethnology, Osaka, 1983—1985.

Visiting scholar Museum Parense Emilio Goeldi, Brazil, 1990—1991. Professor National Museum Ethnology, Osaka, since 1995. Visiting fellow Nissan Institute Japanese Studies, University Oxford, England, 2000.

Visiting professor Center for Japansese Studies University Sao Paulo, Brazil, 2004. President Anthropology of Japan in Japan, since 2001. Vice president National Institute for Research Advancement, Toyko, since 2002.

Membership

Member of Japanese Society Cultural Anthropology, Japanese Association Study of Religion and Society, Japan Anthropology Workshop.