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Core Research Projects
On October 1, 2009, two new research areas were introduced as new core research projects: “Anthropological Studies of Inclusion and Autonomy in the Human World” and “Anthropological Studies of Materiality.” Research in these two areas will be conducted over a six-year period in the of the National Museum of Ethnology’s second phase, following its incorporation as a National Institute for the Humanities.
Anthropological Studies of Inclusion and Autonomy (October 2009)
Anthropological Studies of Materiality (October 2009)
- “Practical research on the collection, conservation, and documentation of ethnological materials: An international joint research project between the Russian Museum of Ethnography and the National Museum of Ethnology”
- “Toward a New View of Human Language based on Comparison of Signed and Spoken Languages”
- “Anthropology of Cultural Heritage: Communities and Materiality in Global Systems”