(Last updated : 2024-04-02 09:26:29)
  IZEKI Mutsumi
   Department   Undergraduate School  , School of Commerce
   Position   Professor
■ Books and Papers
1. 2024/03 Article Disaster Remains of the Toya-Usu UNESCO Global Geopark  pp.33-58 (Single) 
2. 2023/03 Article Functions of Disaster Remains in the Formation of Disaster Culture Disaster materials of the Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake pp.1-22 (Single) 
3. 2018/12 Article Forming a Disaster Culture: A Case Study of Rikuzen-Takata, Iwate  pp.1-22 (Single) 
4. 2017 Article Modification of Ethnohistory and Changes in World-views in Ancient Mesoamerican Cultures  pp.35-70 (Single) 
5. 2008 Book Conceptualization of ‘Xihuitl’: History, Environment, and Cultural Dynamics in Postclassic Mexica Cognition  pp.i-viii, 1-191 (Single) 
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■ Conference Presentations
1. 2016/09 Iconographic representations of Aztec warfare: As part of visual expressions (The 8th World Archaeological Congress)
2. 2014/04 Sociocultural resilience to natural disasters: A case study of the Aztec 1506 drought (The 79th Annual Meeting of SAA (Society for American Archaeology))
3. 2011/03 Aztec and Classic Maya Socioeconomic Organization and Urbanism (The 76th Annual Meeting of SAA (Society for American Archaeology))
4. 2010/12 Coping with disaster: Aztec ritual modification against cyclic drought (The Association for Environmental Archaeology Annual Conference 2010)
5. 1996/03 Fire, Serpent and Time among the Aztec Mexico (The Third Essex Student Symposium on the Art and Architecture of Precolumbian America)
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■ Academic Qualifications
1. 〔Doctorial Course〕 Archaeology, Institute of Archaeology, UCL, University of London, Completed, Ph.D.
■ Career History
1. 2017/04~ Professor
2. 2012/04~2017/03 Associate Professor
■ Academic Associations Membership
1. 2016/04~ World Archaeological Congress
2. 2010/09~ Society for American Archaeology
■ Current Specialized Field
Historical studies in general, Archaeology, Cultural anthropology and folklore