Researcher Database

KOIZUMI, Mitsuo

FacultyFaculty of Law and Letters Department of Humanities and Social Sciences
PositionAssociate Professor
Last Updated :2019/10/08

Researcher Profile and Settings

Profile and Settings

Name

  • Name

    KOIZUMI, Mitsuo

Profile & Settings

  • アバター画像URI

    https://researchmap.jp/?action=common_download_user&upload_id=225078

Affiliations

Affiliation & Job

  • Section

    Faculty of Law and Letters
  • Job title

    Associate Professor

Education, Etc.

Degree

  • a Ph. D. in literature

その他基本情報

Association Memberships

  • THE JAPANESE ARCHAEOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION
  • THE SOCIETY FOR THE STUDY OF MATERIAL CULTURE

Research Activities

Research Areas, Etc.

Research Areas

  • Cultural assets study and museology, Cultural assets study and museology
  • History, Archaeology
  • Area studies, Area studies, The local history

Research Interests

  • The museology
  • The culture resources theory
  • The disposal culture theory
  • The Mumun pottery culture on the Korean Peninsula
  • History of industrial arts
  • Cultural assets studies
  • Shell Mound Culture
  • The local history
  • Komainu (shrine guardian dog statues)
  • The farming theory of the Jomon period
  • Jomon-doki (Cord-marked pottery)
  • Museology
  • Stone Hoe
  • Shell Mound
  • Plain(Unfigured)Pottery
  • Komainu(Guardian Dogs)

Book, papers, etc

Published Papers

Books etc

Conference Activities & Talks

  • The Influence to Chugoku & Shikoku District of the Potteries originated from Kyushu in to the Late and Final Jomon Period, Mitsuo KOIZUMI, The 29th Jomon Study Meeting of Chugoku and Shikoku Region -Interchange between Areas of the Jomon Period in the Chugoku and Shikoku District-, 2018/05, 招待有り
  • Interchange between Another Area that Looked at from The Jomon Pottery ― Stage1; From the end of Middle Jomon Period to the Beginning of Late Jomon period as an example ―, KOIZUMI Mitsuo, The 27th Jomon Study Meeting of Chugoku and Shikoku Region -Interchange between Areas of the Jomon Period in the Chugoku and Shikoku District-, 2016/07, 招待有り
  • The Present Conditions and Problem of the Museum Curator Training Course in the Local National University, KOIZUMI Mitsuo, Museology Meeting National Convention;National in 2016, 2016/06, 招待有り
  • The Present Conditions and Problems of the Buried Cultural Properties Administration in Japan that Considered for the Museology, KOIZUMI Mitsuo, Academic interchange agreement business of Fudan University faculty of Museology department and Ehime University faculty of Low and Letter department, 2016/01, 招待有り
  • 2015/07
  • 2012/06
  • 2011/12
  • 2011/07
  • 2011/07
  • 2011/05, 招待有り
  • 2011/01, 招待有り
  • 2010/11, 招待有り
  • 2008/12, 招待有り
  • 2007/11
  • 2007/02
  • 2004/11, 招待有り
  • West Japan theory of social structure in Jomon period, KOIZUMI Mitsuo, Degree examination presentation in Hiroshima University, 2004/02
  • The present conditions and problems of the Jomon period study in Tokushima, KOIZUMI Mitsuo, 2nd municipal cultural heritage staff workshop, 2004/01
  • 2002/10
  • 2002/03
  • Diverse aspects of the West Japan late Jomon period society that looked at from a pottery, KOIZUMI Mitsuo, The history and geographical society in the Chugoku and Shikoku district 2001, 2001/12
  • Excavation of remains‘Ooshiro Tumulus’, KOIZUMI Mitsuo, Result briefing sessions in the Archaeological center of Tokushima prefecture, 2001/08
  • 2000/12, 招待有り
  • 2000/05
  • Excavation of remains‘Sikizi site’, KOIZUMI Mitsuo, Result briefing sessions in the Archaeological center of Tokushima prefecture, 1999/08
  • 1998/03, 招待有り

Works

  • The duties of the Remains of Reserve Cultural Assets rearranging about The Kagawa Suda & Nakaose Sites, KOIZUMI Mitsuo, The Others, 2016/08 - 2017/02
  • 2013/03 -
  • 2012/08 -
  • 2012/06 - 2012/07
  • 2011/08 -
  • 2010/04 -
  • 2006/04 -
  • 2005/09 -
  • 2005/04 -

Misc

  • The Minimum Regionality of Jomon Pottery in the Latter Half of the Late Jomon Period in the Western Japan: Over the Uniformity Theory of the“Osenmon”Horizon, KOIZUMI Mitsuo UTO Hideaki, JIMBUNGAKU RONSOO, 20, 75, 84, 2018/12
  • The Study of the Unpublished Jomon Pottery in the Around Ehime Area(2): Recognizing the Museum Objects Buried in Strage, IWATA Takayuki UTO Hideaki KOIZUMI Mitsuo, JIMBUNGAKU RONSOO, 20, 85, 92, 2018/12
  • The Influence to Chugoku & Shikoku District of the Potteries originated from Kyushu in to the Late and Final Jomon Period, KOIZUMI Mitsuo, The 29th Jomon Study Meeting of Chugoku and Shikoku Region -Interchange between Areas of the Jomon Period in the Chugoku and Shikoku District-, 29, 23, 32, 2018/05
  • The Study of the Unpublished Jomon Pottery in the Around Ehime Area(1) : Recognizing the Museum Objects Buried in Strage, KOIZUMI Mitsuo, JIMBUNGAKU RONSOO, 19, 103, 110, 2017/12
  • The Newly Discovered Jomon Clay Objects in Shikoku:Recognizing the Museum Objects Buried in Strage, KOIZUMI Mitsuo et al. , JIMBUNGAKU RONSOO, 18, 149, 156, 2016/12
  • Interchange between Another Area that Looked at from The Jomon Pottery, KOIZUMI Mitsuo, Interchange between Areas of the Jomon Period in the Chugoku and Shikoku District, 27, 9, 25, 2016/07
  • The Present Conditions and Problem of the Museum Curator Training Course in the Local National University, KOIZUMI Mitsuo, The Collection of the Announcement Documents of The Museology Meeting National Convention;National in 2016, 1, 5, 2016/06
  • New viewpoint over the study of Hirajyo shell mound excavation cultural assets, KOIZUMI Mitsuo, The shell mound of Chugoku and Shikoku Region in Jomon Period, 5, 15, 2015/07
  • Experiment archeological consideration over the production technique of the Kyakudai-type salt manufacture pottery in Geiyo Islands, MITSUO Koizumi, The 13th Ehime University archeological laboratory symposium documents, 13, 1, 26, 2013/02
  • Technical Aspects of Prehistoric Knittings in Chugoku and Shikoku Regions, KOIZUMI Mitsuo, Arcaeological Journal, 636, 22, 25, 2012/12
  • The first excavation of Miyanoura site in Ueshima-town in Sasima Island, MITSUO Koizumi, The 12th Ehime University archeological laboratory symposium documents, 12, 1, 12, 2012/02
  • The Mountainous and Shore Area that looked at from a pottery, KOIZUMI Mitsuo, The Collection of association of Japanese archeology meeting for the study documents 2004 Hiroshima, 39, 60, 2004/11
  • The Reserved Money of the Remains of the Site of Shibow-Ue, 49, 132, 132, 2003/03
  • The Study of the Site of Jomon Period in Aioi Town, 47, 195, 206, 2001/03
  • The Study on the Late Jomon Period in Ishii-Kunitomo Site, 111, 113, 1999/03
  • The Fossil of the Feces of the Dogs was unearthed from the Haginoka Shell Mounds of Imabari City, Ehime Prefecture, 176, 25, 25, 1997/04


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