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SHIBATA Yoshiko

 
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NameSHIBATA Yoshiko
AffiliationKobe University
SectionGraduate School of Intercultural Studies Department of Cultural-Interaction
Job titleProfessor

Research Interests

 
Cultural Anthropology , Caribbean Studies

Research Areas

 
  • Area studies / Area studies / 

Published Papers

 
The Formation of Maroon Society and Culture and "Africa" in Jamaica: Hybridity, Creolization and a "Myth" of Authenticity
SHIBATA YOSHIKO
Bulletin of Kyoto Institute of Latin American Studies   (8) 91-116   Dec 2008   [Invited]
The Formation of Maroon Society and Culture and 'Africa' in Jamaica: hybridity, creolization, and a 'myth' of authenticity
SHIBATA YOSHIKO
Bulletin of Institute of Latin American Studies of Kyoto   No. 8・91-116    Dec 2008
Linda's Agonies: Intermarriage, 'Racial Politics' and Gender in Contemporary Guyana
Yoshiko Shibata
Latin American Studies: An International Journal   16; pp, 27-84    Apr 2008   [Refereed]
Hybridizing Jamaican Culture, Repositioning an Ethnic Minority: 'Creolization, Ethnicity and Christianity among Jamaican Chinese.
SHIBATA, Yoshiko
International Conference in Honour of Professor Barry Chevannes, The University of the West Indies, Mona, Jamaica   ,    Jan 2006   [Refereed]
Revisiting Chinese hybridity: negotiating categories and re-constructing ethnicity in contemporary Jamaica – a preliminary report
SHIBATA YOSHIKO
Caribbean Quarterly   51・1・53-75    2005   [Refereed]

Misc

 
Rasta Time
SHIBATA YOSHIKO
Ryukyu Shinbun, and 9 other newspapers   2012, 9-9    Sep 2012
Diaspora identity/diasporic identity
Yoshiko Shibata
Encyclopedia of Cultural Anthropology      2008   [Refereed]
First Rasta: Leonard Howell and His Life: Roots of Reggae
ELEN, Lee, SHIBATA, Yoshiko
音楽の友社   , 全267p(254p-261p)    Oct 2003
Studio Voice
SHIBATA, Yoshiko
トキオン/インファス   333, 不明    Sep 2003
ジャマイカ
SHIBATA, Yoshiko
言語   27-7, 不明    Jul 1998

Books etc

 
世界地名大事典 第9巻 中南アメリカ
SHIBATA YOSHIKO (Part:Joint Work)
朝倉書店   Nov 2014   
SHIBATA YOSHIKO (Part:Joint Work)
Tokyo University of Foreign Studies Press   Oct 2014   
Re-thinking Anacy (Stories) is an homage to Masao Yamaguchi and his achievements. Anancy, a symbol of 'ambivalence,' 'deviance,' 'trickstar-culture hero' and Anancy stories (story-telling included) are analyzed afresh from my own viewpoints with d...
Routledge Handbook of the Chinese Diaspora
SHIBATA YOSHIKO (Part:Joint Work)
Routledge   Feb 2013   
Ch.22 (in Part V, Localization, transnational networks and identity)
'Changing identities of the Chinese in the Anglophone Caribbean: a focus on Jamaica'. The Handbook is edited by Tan Chee-Beng, and is contributed by 29 scholars on Chinese diasp...
The Making of Individuals in the 20th Century 'Africa': Questionings from Americas, the Caribbean and Africa
SHIBATA YOSHIKO (Part:Joint Work)
AKASHI SHOTEN   Jan 2011   
Black Diaspora
SHIBATA YOSHIKO (Part:Joint Work)
明石書店   2011   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
The Chinese Jamaican ‘Necropolis Project’: Remembrance, Re-membering, Changing Diasporization in the Contact Zone
SHIBATA YOSHIKO
Contemporary Caribbean Visual Culture: Artistic Visions of Global Citizenship   Jun 2014   Department of Modern Languages, Birmingham University, UK
This paper examines the development of the ethnic cemetery project for the Chinese in Jamaica, focusing on the recent ‘restoration’ scheme, alias ‘Necropolis Project.’ The cemetery’s rugged history has reflected the changing positions of the Chine...
Revisiting Contemporary Significance of ‘Hakka’ among Jamaican Chinese: Multiplicity of Chinese Sense of Belonging and Diaspora Identity [Invited]
SHIBATA YOSHIKO
Changing Hakka Cultures and Societies   May 2014   Department of Anthropology, Sun Yat-sen University, Hakka Research Department, Jiaying University
Historical studies have clarified the dominance of Hakka among Chinese in the Caribbean, including Jamaica. While many creolised Chinese lost many of their Hakka traditions, it is reputed that their sense of Hakka-ness has generally remained stron...
Diversity, Heterogeneity and Variability of Japanese Diasporas: Histories and Contemporary Characteristics [Invited]
SHIBATA YOSHIKO
Transnational Responses to Catastrophe: Japanese Diaspora Communities and   Jun 2012   Ghent University (Belgium), Dusseldorf University (Germany), Kobe University
The Formation of Maroon society and culture and 'Africa' in Jamaica: Patois, Maroon, Rastafai [Invited]
Yoshiko Shibata
Affluent Afro-Latinamerica   Nov 2008   京都外国語大学京都ラテンアメリカ研究所
The Formation of Maroon society and culture and 'Africa' in Jamaica: [Invited]
Yoshiko Shibata
International Symposium "Afluent Afro-America"   Nov 2008   京都外国語大学京都ラテンアメリカ研究所

Teaching Experience

 
  • Advanced Seminar in Contemporary Cultural Anthropology (Kobe University)
  • Autonomous English 1 (Kobe University)
  • Autonomous English 1【Re-entry】 (Kobe University)
  • Autonomous English 2 (Kobe University)
  • Autonomous English 2【Re-entry】 (Kobe University)