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Senri Ethnological Studies (SES)

Senri Ethnological Studies presents individual works, article collections, and annotated bibliographies regarding specific peoples, regions, or themes, with the goal of publicizing in Japan and overseas the results of research conducted by the Museum. An occasional publication.

ses108

No.108 Fijian Languages, Cultures, and Their Representation

Edited by
Kikusawa Ritsuko
Sano Fumiya

Published March 9, 2022

ses108

No.109 Heritage Practices in Africa

Edited by
Taku Iida

Published March 15, 2022

ses108

No.110 Rethinking History
Perspectives on Recording Media, Practice, and Construction

Edited by
Min HAN
Norio NIWA

Published March 18, 2022

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