Uncovering the Past from Above: Dr. Sarah Parcak’s Vision for the Future of ArchaeologyAdvocacy, Archaeology, book review, Capitalism Critique, Climate Change, Conflict, Cultural Heritage, Dr. Sarah Parcak, Equity, Ethics, Future Thinking, Global Perspective, Human History, Innovation, Interdisciplinary, Looting, Newspaper, Preservation, research, Satellite Imagery, Space Archaeology, Sustainability, technology
Uncover the secrets of the past from above with Dr. Sarah Parcak’s groundbreaking book, “Archaeology from Space.” Join us as we explore the future-thinking insights and capitalism critiques of this pioneering space archaeologist. Discover how satellite imagery is revolutionizing the way we approach the study of human history, and learn about Dr. Parcak’s advocacy work…
“An Intellectual Exchange: A Review of 𝐸𝑑𝑜 𝐽𝑎𝑝𝑎𝑛 𝐸𝑛𝑐𝑜𝑢𝑛𝑡𝑒𝑟𝑠 𝑡ℎ𝑒 𝑊𝑜𝑟𝑙𝑑” by James Kin Pong AuAnthropology, Archaeology, comparative literature, history, japan, japanese cinema, japanese folklore, japanese language, japanese mythology, material culture, writing
Donald Keene and Shiba Ryōtarō (authors), Tony Gonzalez (translator), Edo Japan Encounters the World: Conversations Between Donald Keene and Shiba … “An Intellectual Exchange: A Review of 𝐸𝑑𝑜 𝐽𝑎𝑝𝑎𝑛 𝐸𝑛𝑐𝑜𝑢𝑛𝑡𝑒𝑟𝑠 𝑡ℎ𝑒 𝑊𝑜𝑟𝑙𝑑” by James Kin Pong Au
Demons Out, Fortune In. It’s Setsubun (節分): Bean Scattering, Bad Fortunes & Demon SlayingAnthropology, buddhism, festival, folklore, folkloresque, folklorist, japan, japanese cinema, japanese folklore, japanese language, japanese mythology, japanese video games, japanese videogames, religious studies, ritual, shinto, shintoism, spiritual, spirituality, writinganimism, asakusa, bean throwing, buddhism, buddhist, 祭, 立春, 節分, exorcism, 鬼は外、福は内!, 鬼は外福は内, 豆撒き, festivals, folklore, geisha, haru matsuri, heian, heian shrine, japan, Japanese festivals, kagura, kyoto, lunar new year, mamemaki, matsuri, oni, risshun, rituals, senso-ji, setsubun, shinto, shintoism, shrine, sumo, tokyo, year of the tiger, zodiac, 年男, 春祭
We’re going to throw our beans, embrace this spring. Out, out with you Oni! Come, come good things. Oh, and get boosted. Seriously.
10 Videogame Characters Inspired By Japanese FolkloreAcademia, animal crossing, anime, Anthropology, Art, asia, asian studies, digital communities, folklore, folkloresque, folklorist, japan, japanese cinema, japanese folklore, japanese mythology, japanese video games, japanese videogames, jrpg, kojiki, Mythology, nihon shoki, pokemon, popular culture, shinto, shintoism, videogames, writing, yokai, zelda#hinduism, #ontology, #symbology, amaterasu, anime, anthropologist, anthropology, Art, augmented reality, buddhism, Confucianism, confucius, culture, daoism, digital religion, digital sociology, Dissertation, east asian studies, festivals, folklore, folkloresque, folklorist, gamification, gashadokuro, gradschool, halloween, himiko, hotarubi, hungry ghosts, japanese, japanese folklore, japanese mythology, japanese studies, japanese videogames, kanto, kappa, kyoto, literature, mononoke, Mythology, nintendo, nurikabe, ocarina of time, okami, osaka, religions, religious studies, research, shinto, shintoism, shrines, taoism, tendai, Thesis, Travel Blog, videogames, virtual communities, virtual reality, virtual religion, yo-kai watch, yokai, yurei, zelda
Chinese and Korean traders introduced Buddhism, Daoism, Hinduism, and the ever present Confucianism while Japan provided various regional myths, legends, and lore. These ingredients were brewed into various and effervescent cultures all across Japan. Each village responding accordingly by pasting outside influences upon their daily lives. These elements were transformed Japan’s landscape and ecosystem and…