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About Japanese Society of Cultural Anthropology:

Japanese Society of Cultural Anthropology (JSCA) is an academic organization which was founded in 1934 as Japan Society of Ethnology.  Since its establishment, JSCA has influenced and supported studies and research in human culture(s) in ethnology, cultural anthropology and social anthropology. Currently, there are about 2,000 members. In addition, JSCA actively holds symposiums, workshops and group sessions, providing a place for scholars to discuss and exchange ideas.

Finally, JSCA has been publishing "Japanese Journal of Cultural Anthropology" which includes a summary of each article in different European languages as well as annual publication of "Japanese Review of Cultural Anthropology" , written in English, as a supplemental issue.

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Institution: Japanese Society of Cultural Anthropology
Founded: 2004
Type: Academic organizations
Location: Minato-ku, Tokyo


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