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Proceedings of the 14th International Conference of Historical Geographers

KINDA Akihiro, KOMEIE Taisaku, MINAMIDE Shinsuke, MIZOGUCHI Tsunetoshi and UESUGI Kazuhiro eds.


ISBN: 9784876989614

発行年月: 2010/08

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General programme
Table of paper sessions

Opening Session: Landscape History of Japan
Chair: HASEGAWA Koji
00-1: YANO Keiji
Virtual Kyoto: Historical virtual geographic environments
00-2: KINDA Akihiro
Characteristics of Japanese landscape history

Paper Sessions (Oral Presentation)

Paper Session 1

Room 1: Migrants and Community (Chair: TACHIBANA Setsu)
01-1-1: Maayan HESS ASHKENAZI & Yossi KATZ
The Kibbutz and community neighborhoods: A new Israeli settlement model
01-1-2: HOU Yangfang
Chinese population geography information system
01-1-3: NAKANISHI Yuji
Domestic migrants from the borderlands to mainland Japan: Settlement process and native-place associations/networks of Amami migrants in Osaka and Kobe area

Room 3: Environmental Change I (Chair: Philip BROWN)
01-3-1: Veerle VAN EETVELDE & Marc ANTROP
The landscape atlas of Flanders (Belgium): An instrument to implement landscape heritage in integrated spatial planning policy
01-3-2: YE Yu & FANG XiuQi
Spatial pattern of land cover changes across Northeastern China over the past 300 years
01-3-3: Hele KIIMANN
Landscape change in relation to human activity in the Baltic Sea region: The population and land use changes in North West Estonia from the 17th to the 19th centuries

Room 4: Rural Landscape I (Chair: NOMA Haruo)
01-4-1: Clas TOLLIN
The Swedish agrarian landscape 1640. A time travel with help of 12 000 large scale maps
01-4-2: Frank UEKOETTER
In the land of Liebig: Landscapes of dung and mineral fertilizer

Room 5: Territory and Identity I (Chair: David HARVEY)
01-5-1: Wi-vun T. CHIUNG
Cultural/Linguistic landscapes and political regimes: A survey on the Taiwanese places names
01-5-2: OSHIRO Naoki
Lost in historicity: Identity politics in contemporary Okinawa
01-5-3: Yossi KATZ
The Jews of China and their contribution to the establishment of the Jewish national home in Palestine in the first half of the 20th century

Room 6: Urban and Culture I (Chair: MIZUUCHI Toshio)
01-6-1: QUE Weimin
Heritage buildings protection in Cicheng Historic Town—Under the vision of historical geography
01-6-2: RII Hae Un
Preservation of historic urban landscape in Seoul
01-6-3: Alan R.H. BAKER
Conserving the historic environment of Cambridge (UK)

Room 7: Knowledge and Representation I (Chair: Michael HARRISON)
01-7-1: FUKUDA Tamami
Visualization of “homeland (kyodo)” through museums: A geographical interpretation of museum theory by Gentaro Tanahashi
01-7-2: Nicola THOMAS
Exploring the historical geographies of arid zone science: W. J. Harding King’s ripples, dunes and depressions
01-7-3: Eliahu STERN & Orly RECHTMAN
Visual discrimination of urban historic landscapes

Room 8: Special Session Progress in the Empire I (Chair: M. Satish KUMAR)
01-8-1: John M. HEFFRON
Progress without prosperity: The imperial ambitions of an American anti-modernist class
01-8-2: Stephen A. ROYLE
Progress in the empire: Vancouver Island Colony

Paper Session 2

Room 1: Demographic Transition (Chair: KAWAGUCHI Hiroshi)
02-1-1: J. Matthew SHUMWAY
The origin and diffusion of the second demographic transition in the U.S.
02-1-2: Ruth KARK & Seth J. FRANTZMAN
Missions, territories and boundaries in Japan and the Middle East: Occidental cooperation and competition
02-1-3: HANASHIMA Makoto & TOMOBE Ken’ichi
Geospatial view of the cause-specified death statistics in modern Japan
Room 3: Environmental Change II (Chair: Anthony J. AMATO)
02-3-1: Joachim RADKAU
In search of the origins of sustainable forestry: A comparison between German and Japanese forest history
02-3-2: OGURA Jun-ichi
Vegetation around Kyoto, Japan, in Edo period (1603–1867)–Studies of historical pictures

Room 4: Rural Landscape II (Chair: Daniel NILES)
02-4-1: Franci PETEK, Mimi URBANC, Drago PERKO & Matija ZORN
The perception of common land in the context of landscape changes
02-4-2: Hans ANTONSON
Strip fields in the cadastral maps of the 1640s, in the province of Halsingland, mid Sweden using a retrogressive method

Room 5: Territory and Identity II (Chair: MORI Masato)
02-5-1: Stuart ELDEN
Bartolus of Sassoferrato and the emergence of territorial sovereignity
02-5-2: KIM Sun-Bae
The cultural politics of place name in Korea: A historical geography of territorial identity
02-5-3: NAKASHIMA Koji
The contested nature of Hijudai: Peoples’ struggles for nature in the Hijudai maneuver field, Japan

Room 6: Urban and Culture II (Chair: Giorgos KRITIKOS)
02-6-1: Isabel MARCOS
The transoceanic urbanity. Comparative study: Lisbon, Macau (South China) and Ouro Preto (Brazil)
02-6-2: C.S. Stone SHIH, CHI Cheng Liang, HUANG Yin-Ling & Yuang-ting CHIU
Digitalizing Taiwan’s Misora Hibari: The singing queen Chi Lu-shiya and the reconstruction of her music and society in 1960s
02-6-3: OGATA Noboru
Comparative studies of classical city planning using satellite images

Room 7: Indigenous (Chair: KOYAMA Shuzo)
02-7-1: Ian THOMAS
Landscape conservation in Tasmania: Reconciling an aboriginal past with the Australian Present
02-7-2: ENDO Masatoshi
Sustainable blood kin relationships among settlement dwellers through fluid residential groupings of the Ainu as hunter-gatherers in the Mitsuishi district of Hokkaido, Japan, 1856–1869
02-7-3: Felix DRIVER & Lowri JONES
Hidden histories? Local knowledge & indigenous agency in the history of geographical exploration

Room 8: Special Session Progress in the Empire II (Chair: Stephen A. ROYLE)
02-8-1: Michael HEFFERNAN
Globalising the map: The international map of the world, 1890–1945
02-8-2: M. Satish KUMAR
Spaces of progress in the empire: From the moral to the material

Paper Session 3

Room 1: Migration Policy (Chair: Yossi KATZ)
03-1-1: Samuel M. OTTERSTROM
Migration and settlement impacts of Mormons in California’s gold country of the 1800s
03-1-2: Milka BUBALO-ŽIVKOVIĆ, Andjelija IVKOV-DZIGURSKI, Djerčan BOJAN & Aleksandra S. DRAGIN
Planned colonization rate in Vojvodina in the first half of the 20th century
03-1-3: KAWASHIMA Kazuhito
The distribution of the seasonal emigrant blacksmiths in Owari and Mikawa, Japan, c.1739–1968
Room 3: Environmental Change III (Chair: Veerle VAN EETVELDE)
03-3-1: LAN Yong & KAN Jun
Subtropical vegetation succession of the mountainous of medium-low in the upper reaches of the Yangtze River China nearly 500 years
03-3-2: TACHIBANA Setsu
Japanese gardens in Britain throughout 20th century

Room 4: Special Session The Construction and Circulation of Geographical Knowledge in a Colonial Situation (Chair: Robin A. BUTLIN)
03-4-1: Helene BLAIS
Spatial practices in a colonial situation: The mapping of Algeria in the 19th century
03-4-2: Florence DEPREST
French academic geographers and nomadic life in colonial Algeria (end of 19th- beginning of 20th century)
03-4-3: Isabelle SURUN
Mapping, conquering and the colonial project: French military officers as cartographers in West Africa at the end of the 19th century

Room 6: Gentrification and Migration (Chair: Christian MONTES)
03-6-1: Andrew HARRIS
New and old urban frontiers: Gentrification in historical perspective
03-6-2: YOSHIDA Masumi
Heiankyo: From the viewpoint of aristocrat’s migration pathway

Room 7: Conservation and Heritage I (Chair: David WOOD)
03-7-1: SUZUKI Chihei
Investigation of the conservation system of cultural landscapes in Japan
03-7-2: Carl Johan SANGLERT
From real space to idealized place? The historical geography of modern Swedish heritage conservation
03-7-3: Johannes RENES
The Eerde estate (the Netherlands): Sixty years of landscape protection

Room 8: Survey and Imperialism I (Chair: Gordon M. WINDER)
03-8-1: KOBAYASHI Shigeru, WATANABE Rie & NARUMI Kunitada
Japanese colonial cartography in Taiwan, Korea and Kwantung Province, 1895–1924
03-8-2: Olga LAVRENOVA
Nicholas Roerich’s Central Asian expedition

Paper Session 4

Room 1: Colonization I (Chair: Ruth KARK)
04-1-1: John C. LEHR
Migration, social mobility and the life courses of Michael and Muriel Ewanchuk: Pioneers behind the frontier
04-1-2: Haim GOREN & Mitia FRUMIN
Roads to war: Geographical military reconnaissance missions in the Middle East in the 1830’s
04-1-3: Tiina PEIL
Secrecy and control: Fieldwork in the Soviet borderzone
Room 3: Environmental Change IV (Chair: Joachim RADKAU)
04-3-1: Andreas DIX
The Alps as a landscape of risk
04-3-2: Anthony J. AMATO
Busy as bees: The honeybee, nature, connection, and movement in historical geography and environmental history

Room 5: Local Food and Economy (Chair: RII Hae Un)
04-5-1: SU Heng-an
The coincidental taste pairing of Gang-shan mutton and spicy soy sauce: A regional study on food culture
The movement of a major source of Kinki province in national brewers association in the middle of Meiji Japan

Room 6: Environmental Urban (Chair: Pavel CHROMY)
04-6-1: Shaphan COX
Fremantle—‘Whose city is it?’
04-6-2: Maoz AZARYAHU
Tel Aviv: Anniversary celebrations of the First Hebrew City 1929–1959

Room 7: Cartography and Knowledge I (Chair: LI Xiaocong)
04-7-1: KAWANISHI Takao
Kartograph in German Regional Absolutism Era –Johann Adam Riediger’s life and works
04-7-2: Mirčeta VEMIĆ
Serbs in Kosovo and Metohija in the second half of the 19th century according to An Ethnic Map of a Part of Old Serbia
04-7-3: Kenneth R. ROBINSON
Mapping Japan in Korea in the fifteenth century

Room 8: Survey and Imperialism II (Chair: Stephen J. HORNSBY)
04-8-1: Oliver DUNNETT
The British Interplanetary Society and the conceptualisation of British outer space, 1930–1970
04-8-2: SHIBATA Yoichi
Takuji Ogawa’s geographical research on China and its influence on the Chinese academic world: The fragile border between academia and politics
Publishing for the nation. Japan’s geography textbooks as a cultural enterprise, 1868–1924

Paper Session 5

Room 1: Health and Disease I (Chair: J. Matthew SHUMWAY)
05-1-1: ZHANG Peiyao, LIN Hui & Billy K.L. SO
Spatial analysis of health cultural transition in Republican Beijing
05-1-2: WATANABE Rie
The spatial process of smallpox diffusion at a rural district in the early modern Japan: A case study of Nakatsugawa District in the Dewa Province

Room 3: Digital Humanities and Historical GIS I
(Chair: A. Stewart FOTHERINGHAM)
05-3-1: Peder DAM
Mapping the unmapped—Challenges of and prospects in GIS-mapping of detailed and nationwide historical-statistical data
05-3-2: KITAMOTO Asanobu & NISHIMURA Yoko
Information infrastructure of Beijing historical space—Using Google Earth and Complete Map of Peking, Qianlong Period
05-3-3: David S. SPRAGUE & IWASAKI Nobusuke
Historical GIS analysis of rural land use change in the Kanto Plain of Japan

Room 4: Pre-modern City I (Chair: AN Jiesheng)
05-4-1: Johnny Grandjean Gogsig JAKOBSEN
Mapping mendicant monasteries in medieval urban geography
05-4-2: MINAMIDE Shinsuke
The spatial structure of the Port of Malacca in the fifteenth century and its changes under European sovereignties

Room 6: Techniques and Theory (Chair: Felix DRIVER)
05-6-1: J. Sophie VISSER
Back to basics: Cultural landscape analysis from an information & perception perspective
05-6-2: John WYLIE
Writing place, memory and self: W.G. Sebald and the practice of historical geography
05-6-3: Anita ZARIŅA
Path dependence in landscape change studies

Room 7: Leisure and Tourism I (Chair: John C. LEHR)
05-7-1: ISHIKAWA Nao
Characters and significances of bullfighting in Japan
05-7-2: Michael HARRISO
Open-air museums of buildings, with special reference to Japan
05-7-3: H. John SELWOOD & Roy JONES
From ‘Shackies’ to Silver Nomads. Coastal recreation and coastal heritage in Western Australia

Room 8: Survey and Imperialism III (Chair: ODA Masayasu)
05-8-1: W. George LOVELL & Christopher H. LUTZ
Between the two seas: Antonio de Herrera and the mapping of Central America
05-8-2: Stephen J. HORNSBY
Surveyors of empire: Samuel Holland, J.F.W. Des Barres, and the making of the Atlantic Neptune
05-8-3: FUJITA Yoshihisa
The development of Toa-Dobun-Shoin College at Shanghai from 1901 to 1945, and their great trips for regional researches on China

Paper Session 6

Room 1: Health and Disease II (Chair: Alan R. H. BAKER)
06-1-1: Branislav S. DJURDJEV, Tamara KOVAČEVIĆ & Milan CVETANOVIC
Household composition and well being of rural Serbia in the second part of XIX century
06-1-2: MURAYAMA Satoshi & HIGASHI Noboru
Smallpox and quarantine policy in 18th and 19th century Amakusa Islands, Kyusyu, Japan.
A geographical analysis
06-1-3: Michael SUTTON
Before low fertility: The quiet revolution in Japanese demography (1948–1973)

Room 3: Digital Humanities and Historical GIS II (Chair: Peder GAMMELTOFT)
06-3-1: Amy L. GRIFFIN, Andrew ROSS & Bob HALL
Using GIS to identify errors in an historical database
06-3-2: Andreas KUNZ
Towards a GIS-based historical information system on the nations and states of Europe

Room 4: Pre-modern City II (Chair: Irina G. KONOVALOVA)
06-4-1: Jurgen LAFRENZ
The metrological analysis of town-plans of Early Modern Times
06-4-2: SHI Hongshuai
Research on the urban landscape of Xi’an recorded by Westerners in late Qing Dynasty—Mainly based on English literatures
06-4-3: YAMAMURA Aki
The re-making of urban landscape in early-modern Japan

Room 6: Memory and Record (Chair: Ian THOMAS)
06-6-1: Natalia APONIUK & John C. LEHR
Contested memory: The commemoration of the past in Western Ukraine
06-6-2: David HARVEY
Small stories and relational experiences: Oral history and the complication of historical landscape knowledge
06-6-3: James A. DAVIS
Invisible heritage: The case of Japanese–American internment camps

Room 7: Environmental Change V (Chair: Andreas DIX)
06-7-1: Matija ZORN, Blaž KOMAC & Mimi URBANC
Historical cartographic sources as a key for understanding modern environmental changes ( Julian Alps, Slovenia)
06-7-2: Tatjana M. KALININA
Easteuropean area in the system of climates of the Arabian geography

Room 8: Cartography and Knowledge II (Chair: YANG Bokyung)
06-8-1: SHIMAZU Toshiyuki
Land tax reform and cadastral surveys in Meiji Japan: 1873–1890
06-8-2: KOSEKI Daiju
The Japanese modernization and cadastral maps in the earlier period of Meiji (1868~1889)
Paper Session 7
Room 1: Colonization II (Chair: Graeme WYNN)
07-1-1: Peter KANG
A conceptualized framework on the spatial colonialism of the Dutch East India Company (VOC) on Taiwan in the seventeenth century
07-1-2: Er-Jian YEH
Exploring Formosa: Japanese formation of colonial environmental knowledge in the Highland Taiwan

Room 3: Digital Humanities and Historical GIS III (Chair: Peder DAM)
07-3-1: KAWAGUCHI Hiroshi
Data analysis system for population and family studies in Japan during the 17th–19th centuries
07-3-2: KUO Chun-Lin
Investigating the spatial-temporal features of epidemic with historical GIS: A case study of Taiwan’s cholera diffusion during 1919–1920
07-3-3: A. Stewart FOTHERINGHAM, Martin CHARLTON, Mary H. KELLY & Magda BIESADA
Spatial variations in population dynamics: A GIScience perspective using a case study of Ireland 1821–2006

Room 4: Modern City I (Chair: Andrew HARRIS)
07-4-1: Giorgos KRITIKOS
Creating towns within towns in interwar Athens
07-4-2: NGUYEN THI Ha Thanh
The historical urban development of Hue City in the 19th century

Room 6: Conservation and Heritage II (Chair: QUE Weimin)
07-6-1: RYU Je-Hun
The Neo-Confucian representation of cultural heritages around the ancient royal capital of Gyeongju in Korea
07-6-2: Robert SUMMERBY-MURRAY
But where’s the smoke? Visitor attitudes and the search for authenticity and entertainment in the industrial heritage sites of Maritime Canada
07-6-3: Yossi BEN-ARTZI
Why to preserve German (and Nazi’s) heritage in the Jewish state? Debate and practice in preserving German—Templers settlements in Israel

Room 7: Environmental Change VI (Chair: KOBAYASHI Shigeru)
07-7-1: Hrvoje PETRIĆ
Fluvial-aeolian sands in South-East Europe (Case study: Fluvial-aeolian sands in Croatia)
07-7-2: Irina G. KONOVALOVA
Rivers in Arab medieval geographical sources: Problems of identification
07-7-3: Carry VAN LIESHOUT
The changing waterscapes of eighteenth century London
Room 8: Knowledge and Representation II (Chair: Michael JONES)
07-8-1: Robin A. BUTLIN
J.S. Keltie, the Royal Geographical Society, and discourses of imperialism c. 1880–1927
07-8-2: Gordon M. WINDER
The New York Times reports assassinations
07-8-3: HASEGAWA Koji
Urbanization and tourism projected on the panoramic maps in modern Japan

Paper Session 8

Room 3: Digital Humanities and Historical GIS IV (Chair: YANO Keiji)
08-3-1: NISHIMURA Yoko, ONISHI Makoto & KITAMOTO Asanobu
Analysis and assessment of Stein maps using Google Earth
08-3-2: Christof SCHUPPERT
GIS-based historical geographical studies at early Celtic princely seats and their hinterland in South-Western Germany

Room 4: Modern City II (Chair: Arnon GOLAN)
08-4-1: LI Xiaocong
Research trends of urban history in China
08-4-2: MIZUUCHI Toshio
Transformation of the management of urban poverty in Japan: From slum clearance to assistance for the homeless

Room 6: Conservation and Heritage III (Chair: FUJITA Yoshihisa)
08-6-1: J. David WOOD
Critical phases in the evolution of conservation philosophy and practice in Ontario, Canada, 1910–1950
08-6-2: Mehmet SOMUNCU & Turgut YIGIT
Problems related to conservation of historical assets of Turkey on UNESCO World Heritage list

Room 7: Industrialization (Chair: Martin PURVIS)
08-7-1: YAMANE Hiroshi
The spatial experiences and recognitions of Toshimichi Okubo and the development of the national land making policy in the first phase of modern Japan
Language, institutions and the geographies of Japanese inward technology transfer: An historical review
08-7-3: Christian MONTES
Planning American state capitals between democracy, identity and boosterism

Room 8: Colonization III (Chair: J. H. GALLOWAY)
08-8-1: Caroline BRESSEY
Victorian imperialism and the questioning of colonialism
08-8-2: Mary H. KELLY
Imaginative geographies and 19th century Ireland: Re-examining the Irish colonial past
08-8-3: Kent McNEIL
The distinction between de facto and de jure sovereignty, and the significance of the distinction for historical geography

Paper Session 9

Room 1: Colonization IV (Chair: Michael HEFFERNAN)
09-1-1: HUNG Chih-wen
Japanese military airfi elds in Taiwan during the World War II
09-1-2: Christy COLLIS
Legal geographies of Outer Space: A history

Room 2: Leisure and Tourism II (Chair: Roy JONES)
09-2-1: Elena PETROVA, AOKI Yoji & Anastasia PETROVA
Landscape descriptions by Russian visitors to Japan until 1900
09-2-2: Tanja ARMENSKI, Ivana BLESIC, Aleksandra S. DRAGIN & Lukrecija DJERI
Historical development of health and spa tourism in Serbia

Room 3: Digital Humanities and Historical GIS V (Chair: David S. SPRAGUE)
09-3-1: KIRIMURA Takashi
Spatial changes of residential characteristics in 20th-century Kyoto
09-3-2: Olof KARSVALL
Social and economical differences within the Swedish farming society during first half of 17th century according to the large-scale maps

Room 4: Urban Politics (Chair: OSHIRO Naoki)
09-4-1: Arnon GOLAN
Urban postwar transformation and municipal elections in Tel Aviv of the 1950s
09-4-2: YANG Tao
Story about Wangping Street: Media map in modern Shanghai
09-4-3: Yi-Chia CHEN
Hammering a nail on the edge: The Sisyphean task in constructing an imperial peripheral city, Quemoy

Room 5: Marketing and Utilization (Chair: Yossi BEN-ARTZI)
09-5-1: Erlend EIDSVIK
The dynamics and utilization of global networks among Nordic entrepreneurs in South Africa late 19th century
09-5-2: Veronica DELLA DORA
Making mobile knowledges: The educational cruises of the Revue Générale des Sciences Pures et Appliquées to the Eastern Mediterranean, 1897–1911
09-5-3: Martin PURVIS
Economic uncertainties and retail geographies in 1920s and 1930s Britain

Room 6: Rural Landscape III (Chair: Frank UEKOETTER)
09-6-1: Daniel NILES
What future for traditional landscapes? Thoughts on the contemporary sato-yama landscape in Japan
09-6-2: Mats WIDGREN
Mapping global agricultural history
09-6-3: MIYAMOTO Shinji, ANDO Kazuo & Abani Kumar BHAGABATI
Agricultural land formation process and deforestation in the Himalayas

Room 7: Special Session Landscape History in East Asian Inland Seas: Impacts on Present Landscape of Neolithisation and Modernisation I (Chair: UCHIYAMA Junzo)
09-7-1: J. Christopher GILLAM
Modeling Neolithic cultural landscapes in East Asia
09-7-2: SANO Shizuyo
Traditional use of resources and the resultant management of littoral environments of Lake Biwa in modern Japan
09-7-3: Leo Aoi HOSOYA
Surviving tradition and disappearing tradition: ‘Old days’ landscape with raised-floor granaries in Bali and Amami Oshima Islands

Room 8: Cartography and Knowledge III (Chair: Kenneth R. ROBINSON)
09-8-1: Alexandr V. PODOSSINOV
Europa as an island in ancient and medieval geocartography
09-8-2: ODA Masayasu
On the pictorial map of Yamato Province of Japan from the Siebold Collection of Leiden University Library
09-8-3: YANG Bokyung & YANG Yunjung
The Korea-related maps of the US Library of Congress

Paper Session 10

Room 1: Colonization V (Chair: Samuel M. OTTERSTROM)
10-1-1: ZENG Zaozao
Using settlers’ names to interpret land cultivation in Jilin Province, Northeast China
10-1-2: John H. GALLOWAY
The changing geography of the sugar cane industry in the 20th century
Room 3: Digital Humanities and Historical GIS VI (Chair: Amy L. GRIFFIN)
10-3-1: Peder GAMMELTOFT
Historical geography as research infrastructure. A presentation of DigDag, the Digital Atlas of Denmark’s Historical-administrative Geography
10-3-2: MAEZAKI Shinya
Tracing paths of export ceramics: Digital archives of Japanese art in the Western collections

Room 4: Capital City (Chair: Jurgen LAFRENZ)
10-4-1: HU Fang
Function orientation embodied in the evolution of the spatial form of Chang’an and Luoyang in the Sui and Tang Period
10-4-2: Brian MORRIS & Deb VERHOEVEN
Historicising the Melbourne-Sydney imaginary: Literary celebrities as agents of comparison in the 19th century
10-4-3: AN Jie-Sheng
“Golden Triangle”: The pivot region in political geographical structure of Tang Dynasty—Newly assessment of the status of Hedong (Shanxi) region in Chinese history

Room 5: Rural Economy (Chair: Johannes RENES)
10-5-1: TAKAGI Hidekazu
A comparative study of relationship between village system and fishing methods in Katada and Goza villages, Shima peninsula, central Japan
10-5-2: Philip BROWN
Japan sinks: Floods, drainage and the impact of modern civil engineering in the Echigo Plain

Room 6: Special Session Identities of the Central European Landscapes: The Landscape of Czechia in Changes of Time (Chair: Pavel CHROMY)
10-6-1: Eva SEMOTANOVA
Towns in the Czech historical landscape—Image of reconciliation or confrontation?
10-6-2: Dana FIALOVA & Jiři VAGNER
Forming of the recreational landscape in Czechia at the turn of 19th and the 20th century
10-6-3: Pavel CHROMY, Zdeněk KUČERA & Silvie KUČEROVA
All possible meanings and values—Landscape heritage as interface, or a source of conflicts?

Room 7: Special Session Landscape History in East Asian Inland Seas: Impacts on Present Landscape of Neolithisation and Modernisation II (Chair: UCHIYAMA Junzo)
10-7-1: Simon KANER & Andrew COCHRANE
Rivers through the landscape and through time
10-7-2: KOYAMA Shuzo
Making a landscape by fire: A history of human-nature interactions with the technology of fire
10-7-3: Kati LINDSTROM & UCHIYAMA Junzo
Affluent foragers and affluent feudalism: The idealised landscapes of past as models for sustainable future
10-7-4: Caroline BORRE & Carlos ZEBALLOS
Evolution of landscape during modernisation period in Central Japan: A GIS approach of the case of Lake Biwa

Room 8: Territory and Identity III (Chair: W. George LOVELL)
10-8-1: MORI Masato
Yielding national emotion in Japan
10-8-2: Michael JONES
Constructing a Norwegian national-religious landscape: Stiklestad and the cult of St Olav
10-8-3: Inese STŪRE
Politics of remembrance and selfconceptualization of nation’s identity in Belorussian landscape

Poster Session

P02: HUA Linfu
Today’s theoretical research on historical geography of China

P03: Tarmiji MASRON & Mokhtar SAIDIN
Reconstructing the Paleo world of prehistoric archaeological site in Lembah Lenggong, Hulu Perak, Malaysia
P04: REN Dong & LIU Yushuang
Origin, dispersal and paleogeographical distribution of siberioperlids (Insecta: Plecoptera)
P05: SOHMA Hidehiro, TIAN Ran, WEI Jien, MORIYA Kazuki, IGURO Shinobu & ITO Toshio
Unreported wall-surrounded ruins and their signifi cance, in the case of the lower reaches of the Heihe River, Inner Mongolia, China
P06: KADOI Naoya
The ancient landscape in Mikata district of Wakasa province
Beyond the conflict on the genesis of loess landforms
P09: FURUTA Noboru
A change of the geomorphological environment of the historical age and human activities
P10: TSUKAMOTO Akihiro, AKAISHI Naomi, WATANABE Yasutaka, ASADA Kenta, KATAOKA Shuta, YOSHIKOSHI Akihisa & KATAHIRA Hirofumi
GIS analysis of historical urban space structure: Visualizing fire disasters in Heiankyo during the 12th and 13th centuries
Early Modern
P11: DU Juan
Agriculture landscape and soil utilization in Guanzhong area
P12: GAO Shengrong
The relationship between policy and development of irrigation works—Research on Guanzhong area in Ming and Qing Dynasties
P13: FUKUJU Shino, TAMAI Tatsuya & BABA Akira
Reconstructing the mental images on Mt. Asama eruption in 1783
“Miyako-Meisyozue” and the main sights in early modern Kyoto
P15: MIZOGUCHI Tsunetoshi
Historical perspective of environmental diff erentiation in Japan’s nineteenth century
P16: NOMA Haruo
The development and the spatial diff usion of fl oriculture in Edo/Tokyo suburbs from 17th to 19th century: Historical geography of chrysanthemum in global and local perspectives
P18: ARIZONO Shoichiro
Daily diets of common people at the Modern Era in Japan
P19: ASO Tasuku
The process of socio-spatial exclusion of religious groups –The “Mino Mission Incident” of the 1930s
P20: NAKANISHI Ryotaro
Policy and planning of agricultural development in Hokkaido by the Meiji government: Focus on Kiyotaka Kuroda and Horace Capron
P21: HATTORI Ayumi
Migration patterns of herring fishermen
P22: HUANG Wenchuan
Colonial economy and landscape transformation on the Taiwan frontier (1895–1945)
P23: KOMEIE Taisaku
Colonial tourism in Korean heritage spaces, 1910–1945
P24: Zdeněk KUČERA, Silvie KUČEROVA & Pavel CHROMY
Areal preservation and potential landscape change in Czechia
P25: Silvie KUČEROVA, Zdeněk KUČERA & Pavel CHROMY
Marginalization of municipalities and regions in the context of basic schools network reduction in Czechia since a mid 20th century. Introduction of a research project
P26: MIKI Masafumi
Suspension and abolition of coal mining and forced personnel changes in Karafuto (South Sakhalin) in late World War II
P27: MASUNO Takashi
Historical land use change at hillside village in northern Thailand: Focusing on the farming change from shifting cultivation to sedentary cultivation
P28: NAKAI Shinsuke
Historical changes in the pig husbandry system based on the natural resources of a hillside village in Northern Thailand
P29: YANG Ching-Guei & LIN Su-Chin
The distribution and historical development situations of children’s leisure institutes in Taiwan
One man’s land: Aaron Aaronsohn and the modernization of the Levant 1882–1919
Mapping and Cartography
P30: IIZUKA Shuzo
An old clay globe in 1843 years in Japan
P31: FUJITA Hirotsugu
The port of Hyogo and its hinterland described on the pictorial map early in the 17th century
P32: WAKAMA Toshiaki, SHIBA Masahito & OKADA Yoshihiro
Digital conservation for the Kangnido, an old world map
P33: HIRAI Shogo
Historical GIS of Sumoto castle town in the 17–19th century, Awaji Province, Japan: Landuse and structure
P34: UESUGI Kazuhiro
Mapping the ‘accurate’ information: Geographical knowledge in the early modern Japan
19th century Japanese camps along the Ezo Province coastline –Based on old pictorial maps
The route maps of the Korean Peninsula drawn by Japanese army officers during 1880s

Full-day field trips (25th August, 2009)
Post-conference field trip (28th–30th August, 2009)