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Kyoto Area Studies on Asia 25

Grassroots Globalization

Reforestation and Cultural Revitalization in the Philippine Cordilleras

SHIMIZU Hiromu

B5変上製・490頁

ISBN: 9784814002122

発行年月: 2019/02

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内容

Rapidly advancing globalization impacts indigenous people worldwide. In this long-term study of a remote village famous for its World Heritage-listed rice terraces, where the people actively confront globalization, Shimizu Hiromu considers the extent to which globalization has penetrated even the remote mountains of the Philippines at the grassroots level. The book examines globalization in Ifugao Province since Spain's colonization of the Philippines and Ifugao resistance through to the new wave of migrant workers traveling overseas, who have experienced a shift in their life-world and confrontation point with global powers from their home country to an away-game arena. By focusing on the village of Hapao and its reforestation and cultural revival movement led by Lopez Nauyac, as well as the work of world-renowned film director Kidlat Tahimik and his attempt to remake himself as an authentic Filipino through Nauyac's inspiration and strategic essentialism, this book examines globalization from the periphery and shows that we are all deeply connected in the contemporary era of globalization.

The Japanese original of this book won the Japan Academy Prize in 2017, the most prestigious academic publication prize in Japan. It was bestowed upon a cultural anthropologist for the first time. The book also received the eleventh Japanese Society of Cultural Anthropology A ward in 2016.

プロフィール

SHIMIZU Hiromu
Professor Emeritus of Kyoto University
Visiting Professor of Faculty of Policy Studies, Kansai University President of the Japanese Society of Cultural Anthropology (2018-)

SHIMIZU Hiromu specializes in cultural anthropology and emphasizes the importance of the 'anthropology of response-ability'. He has published academic works in Japanese and English, including Funka no kodama (Echoes of the eruption) (Kyushu University Press, 2003) and Kusanone globalization (Grassroots globalization) (Kyoto University Press, 2013, the original work of this book). Kusanone globalization won the Japan Academy Prize in 2017, the most prestigious academic publication prize in Japan, which was bestowed upon a cultural anthropologist for the first time. The book also received the eleventh Japanese Society of Cultural Anthropology Award in 2016.

目次

Preface
Acknowledgements

1 Thinking about Globalization at the Periphery: An Attempt at an Anthropology of Response ability

Part I: Five Hundred Years of Negotiating with Global Powers

2 The Ifugao Lifeworld: A Fascination for Anthropologists and Communist Guerillas
3 Life amid the Blessings of Forests: Rice Terrace Cultivation and Woodcarving
4 Confronting Global Power from the Margins: Invasions and Resistance

Part II: Re establishing the Connection between the Local and the Global

5 The Praxis of Meaning in Lopez Nauyac's 'Global' Gaze
6 Memories of Overdevelopment: Kidlat Tahimik's 'Circumnavigation of the World'
7 The Politics of Representation: Culture as a Resource

Part III: Negotiating with Globalization

8 Working Overseas and Reviving Tradition: Spreading Wings and Putting Down Roots
9 International Cooperation: From Entanglement to a Participatory Anthropology
10 Grassroots: Regional Networks and the Anthropology of Response-ability

Bibliography
Index
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