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Eiko Endo

 
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NameEiko Endo
e-mailee6871ff.em-net.ne.jp
AffiliationMeiji University
SectionOrganization for the Strategic Coordination of Research and Intellectual Properties
Research funding number60766947

Research Interests

 
Food globalization , The dispersal of agriculture across Eurasia , Setaria italica , Panicum miliaceum , Ukraine , Replica-SEM method , Archaeobotany , Archaeology

Research Areas

 
  • History / Archaeology / 
  • Cultural assets study and museology / Cultural assets study and museology / Archaeology

Published Papers

 
Ukraine as the crossroad for Agricultural dispersal in Eurasia
Eiko Endo
Afro-Eurasian archaeobotany New perspectives,new approaches   36-50   May 2019   [Invited]
Yayoi agriculture in the Kanto region
Eiko Endo
Agricultural culture complex   111-125   May 2019   [Invited]
Analysis of the impressions on Yayoi pottery excavated from the Ikego site
Eiko Endo
89-104   Mar 2018   [Invited]
馬場 伸一郎, 遠藤 英子
資源環境と人類 : 明治大学黒耀石研究センター紀要 = Natural resource environment and humans : proceedings of the Meiji University Center for Obsidian and Lithic Studies   (7) 1-22   Mar 2017   [Refereed]
Interpreting seed impressions on pottery
Eiko Endo
Quarterly of Archaeological Studies   60(4) 62-72   Mar 2014   [Refereed]

Conference Activities & Talks

 
The timing and the route of dispersal of Panicum miliaceum to Europe- A hypothesis from dataset using impression study in Ukraine-
Eiko Endo, H. Nasu,D.Gashkevic,M. Videiko, O. Yanevich
Japanese Association of Historical Botany   11 Nov 2018   
A new dataset of cereals in Ukraine,using Replica-SEM method
Eiko Endo
Ukraine as the crossroad for Agricultural dispersal in Eurasia   31 Aug 2018   
Re-examination of cereals in Ukraine during Neolithic to Eneolithic, using Replica-SEM method(Preliminary repory)
Eiko Endo
Japanese Association of Historical Botany   Dec 2017   
The Diversity of Agriculture Adopted in the Japanese Archipelago: Replica-SEM analysis on the Package of Cultivated Cereals
Eiko Endo
8th World Archaeological Congress   Aug 2016   
Chasing Chinese Millet using Replica-SEM Method
Eiko Endo
17th Conference of the International work group for Palaeoethnobotany   Jul 2016   

Association Memberships

 
JAPANESE ASSOCIATION OF HISTORICAL BOTANY

Research Grants & Projects

 
The timing and route of the spread of East Asia origined millets (Panicum miliaceum, Setaria italica) to the western steppe
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science: Grant-in-Aid for Scientic Research(C)
Project Year: Apr 2019 - Mar 2022
The Mitsubishi Foundation: Research Grants in the Humanities
Project Year: 2014 - 2015    Investigator(s): Eiko Endo