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MATSUURA Naoki, Ph.D. (Assistant Professor)
School of International Relations, University of Shizuoka

・Cultural and ecological anthropology of the social change and interethnic relations
of hunter-gatherers in tropical rainforests of central Africa

・Applied studies for the development and conservation in protected area of African rainforests

Education

March 2002 Bachelor of Integrated Human Studies, Kyoto University
March 2004 Master of Science, Kyoto University
March 2008 Doctor of Science, Kyoto University

Employment

April 2008-March 2010 Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, Kyoto University
April 2010-March 2012 Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, Japan Society for Promotion of Science
April 2012-present Assistant Professor, University of Shizuoka

Part-Time Lecture・Joint Research

 
April 2008-March 2010 Part-time lecturer, Kyoto Sangyo University
April 2008-March 2012 Part-time lecturer, Kyoto University of Education
April 2011-March 2012 Part-time lecturer, Ryukoku University
September 2011 Part-time lecturer, the University of Kitakyushu
April 2013-March 2015 Part-time lecturer, Tokoha University
October 2012-March 2015 Joint Researcher, National Museum of Ethnology
April 2013-March 2016 Joint Researcher, Center for Integrated Area Studies, Kyoto University
October 2016- present Part-time lecturer, Shizuoka University

Fieldwork

                                            
Sep-Dec 2002 Gabon (survey)
Jul-Oct 2003 Gabon (Research on the Babongo)
Nov 2004-Feb 2005 Gabon (Research on the Babongo)
Feb-May 2005 Cameroon (Research on the Baka)
May-Aug 2005 Gabon (Research on the Babongo)
Dec 2006-Mar 2007 Gabon (Research on the Babongo)
Aug-Sep 2008 Gabon (Research on the people around a National Park and the Babongo)
Feb-Mar 2009 Gabon (Research on the people around a National Park and the Babongo)
May 2009 Gabon (Research on the people around a National Park)
Sep 2009-Feb 2010 Gabon (Research on the people around a National Park and the Babongo)
Aug-Sep 2010 Gabon (Research on the people around a National Park and the Babongo)
Jan-Feb 2011 Gabon (Research on the people around a National Park and the Babongo)
Feb-Mar 2011 DR Congo (Researh on the people around a protected area)
Sep-Oct 2011 Ghana (survey)
Dec 2011-Jan 2012 Gabon (Research on the people around a National Park)
Feb-Mar 2011 DR Congo (Researh on the people around a protected area)
Aug-Sep 2012 Gabon (Research on the people around a National Park and the Babongo)
Apr-May 2013 Gabon (Research on the people around a National Park)
Aug-Sep 2013 DR Congo (Research on the people around a protected area)
Mar-Apr 2014 Ghana (Research on the livelihoods in the Upper West Region)
Apr-May 2014 Gabon (Research on the people around a National Park)
Aug-Sep 2014 DR Congo (Research on the people around a protected area)
Dec 2014-Jan 2015 Gabon (Research on the people around a National Park and the Babongo)
Mar 2015 Gabon (Research on the people around a National Park)
Jul-Aug 2016 DR Congo (Research on the people around a protected area)
Nov 2016 Ghana (Research on the livelihoods in the Upper West Region)
Mar 2017 South Africa & Botswana (Research on the tourism development)


Research Outcomes


Book
Matsuura, N. 2012. The Forest People in the modern world -Ethnography of the Babongo Pygmy in central Africa. (in Japanese) Showado, 264p.

Book Chapter
Matsuura, N. 2015. Human female dispersal and social organization: A case of central African hunter-gatherers. (In: Furuichi, T., J. Yamagiwa, and F. Aureli eds.) Dispersing Primate Females: Life History and Social Strategies in Male-Philopatric Species pp. 165-183. Springer.

Original Articles
Matsuura, N. 2017. Humanitarian assistance from the viewpoint of hunter-gatherer studies: Cases of central African forest foragers. African Study Monographs Supplementary Issue 53: 117-129.

Matsuura, N. 2016. Dynamics of social changes and relationships with neighbors among African hunter-gatherers: A case of the Babongo in southern Gabon from 2003 to 2012. Senri Ethnological Studies 94: 203-226.

Matsuura, N. 2015. The roles of local associations in rainforest conservation and local development in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. African Study Monographs Supplementary Issue 51: 57–73.

Matsuura, N. and Moussavou, G.M. 2015. Analysis of Local Livelihoods around Moukalaba-Doudou National Park in Gabon. Tropics 23(4): 195-204.

Matsuura, N. 2014. Toward effective conservation and development practices based on communities in African rainforests. A case of Moukalaba-Doudou National Park in southwestern Gabon. (in Japanese) Africa Report 52: 88-97.

Matsuura, N., Takenoshita, Y. and Yamagiwa, J. 2013. Eco-anthropologie et primatologie pour la conservation de la biodiversité : un projet collaboratif dans le Parc National de Moukalaba-Doudou, Gabon. Revue de Primatologie [En ligne] , 5|2013, document 65.

Matsuura, N. 2011. Historical changes in land use and interethnic relations of the Babongo in southern Gabon. African Study Monographs 32(4): 157-176.

Matsuura, N. 2010. Relations with outside world through the traditional rituals of the Babongo Pygmies in southern Gabon.(in Japanese) Journal of African Studies 77: 19-30.

Matsuura, N. 2009. Visiting patterns of two sedentarized centralAfrican hunter-gatherers: Comparison of the Babongo in Gabon and the Baka in Cameroon. African Study Monographs 30(3): 137-159.

Matsuura, N. 2007. Shared Rituals and Interethnic Relationships between Babongo and Massango of Southern Gabon. (in Japanese) Jornal of African Studies 70: 1-13.

Matsuura, N. 2006. Sedentary Lifestyle and Social Relationship among Babongo in Southern Gabon. African Study Monographs, Supplementary Issue 33: 71-93.


Presentation in International Congress
Matsuura, N. (May. 2014) Bridging ecological anthropology and primatology for biodiversity conservation of African rainforests. (oral) IUAES (International Union of Anthropological and Ethnological Science) Inter-congress. Chiba, Japan.

Matsuura, N. (Jun. 2013) Forest People in the modern world: Recent social changes of the Babongo in southern Gabon. (oral) 10th Conference on Hunting and Gathering Societies, Liverpool, UK.

Matsuura, N. (Dec. 2011) Crop-raiding patterns of wildlife and damage mitigation around Moukalaba-Doudou national park in Gabon. (poster) 25th Internatioal Congress for Conservation Biology, Auckland, New Zealand.

Matsuura, N. (Sep. 2010) Reconsidering Pygmy-famer interethnic relationships -An equal relationship between the Babongo and the Massango in southern Gabon. (oral) International Conference on Congo Basin Hunter -Gatherers, CNRS, Montpellier, France.

Matsuura, N. (Feb. 2010) Lifestyle and social relationships of the Babongo in a Gabonese rural city. (oral) 39th annual meeting of the Society for Cross-Cultural Research, Albuquerque Marriott, Albuquerque, NM.

Presentation in Workshops
Matsuura, N. Mar. 2017. Ecotourism development in Gabon. (oral) Workshop on Participatory Tourism in Africa, !Khwa tuu, Western Cape, South Africa.

Matsuura, N. (Apr. 2014) Les moyens de subsistance et relations Hommes-Nature. (oral) Symposium Internationle sur la Conservation de la Biodiversité en forêt tropicale à travers la coexistence durable entre l’Homme et l’Animal. Institut Francais, Libreville, Gabon.

Matsuura, N. (Apr. 2013) Etat d’avancement des recherche socio-économiques. 2ème Atelier scientifique du projet de conservation de la biodiversité en forêt tropicale a travers la coexistence durable entre l’homme et l’animal. CENAREST, Libreville, Gabon

Matsuura, N. (Sep. 2012) Local development and conservation in central Africa. (oral) JSPS Asia and Africa Science Platform Program Seminar, Conservation and Sustainable Use of Ghanaian Wildlife: Summary and Future plan. Kyoto University, Kyoto.
  
Matsuura, N. (Oct. 2011) Problems of community conservation in Gabon and DRC. (oral) JSPS Asia and Africa Science Platform Program Seminar, Conservation and Sustainable Use of Ghanaian Wildlife: University of Ghana, Legon, Accra.

Matsuura, N. (Jun. 2011) Crop raiding patterns of wildlife and damage mitigation around Moukalaba-Doudou National Park in Gabon. (oral) JSPS Asia and Africa Science Platform Program Seminar, Conservation and Sustainable Use of Ghanaian Wildlife: Research Report and Plan for This Year. Kyoto University, Kyoto.

Matsuura, N. (Sep. 2010) Introduction de projet: Conservation de la biodiversite en foret tropical a travers la coexistence durable entre l’homme et l’animal dans et autour du Parc National de Moukalaba-Doudou. (oral in French) Side-event de la Conference Panafricaine sur la Biodiversite, Libreville, Gabon.

Matsuura, N. (Jun. 2010) Crop raiding by wildlife around Moukalaba-Doudou national park in southwestern Gabon. (oral) JSPS Asian and African Science Platform Program Seminar, Collaboration for conservation and sustainable utilization of wildlife resources. Kyoto University, Kyoto.

Matsuura, N. (Mar. 2010) Reconsidering Pygmy-farmer interethnic relationships -An equal relationship between the Babongo and the Massango in southern Gabon. (poster) Cultures and Current Issues of the Peoples in Congo Basin. Kyoto University, Kyoto.

Matsuura, N. (Feb. 2010) Lifestyle and social relationships of the Babongo in a Gabonese rural city. (oral) Preconference Workshop of 39th annual meeting of the Society for Cross-Cultural Research, Recent Research among Congo Basin Hunter-Gatherers and Farmers, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM.
Matsuura, N. (Aug. 2009) Ritual practice and participation in the state system of the Babongo in southern Gabon. (oral) Workshop on the marginalization of hunter-gatherer societies in African tropical rainforests.Kyodai-Kaikan, Kyoto.

Matsuura, N. (Mar. 2004) Residential group of Babongo Pygmy in southern Gabon. International Symposium supported by Kyoto University 21COE Biodiversity Program (A14), African Great Apes: Evolution, Diversity and Conservation. Kyoto.

Contact

Adress
School of International Relations, University of Shizuoka
Suruga-Ku, Yada 52-1, Shizuoka-shi 422-8526 Shizuoka, Japan.

E-mail
n-matsuura (at) u-shizuoka-ken.ac.jp