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  • 3月20日(木)
    9:00-9:10 Opening remarks
    9:10-10:10 Kra-Dai agricultural history through reconstructed vocabulary
    Weera Ostapirat, Mahidol University
    10:10-10:55 New evidence for the genetic and geographical origins of cultivated taro, and names for wild and cultivated taro in Southeast Asia and Oceania
    Peter Matthews, National Museum of Ethnology
    10:55-11:10 Coffee break
    11:10-12:10 The Spread of Setaria italica (Foxtail Millet) Into Southeast Asia: An Examination of the Archaeobotanical Record
    Steven A. Weber and Brandon Shaw, Washington State University Vancouver
    12:10-13:20 Lunch
    13:20-14:20 Both Setaria and Panicum were cultivated in Taiwan about five thousand years ago
    Caroline Hsing, Academia Sinica
    14:20-15:20 The culitivation of Setaria and Panicum in Taiwan
    Yuan-ching Tsai, Academia Sinica
    15:20-15:35 Coffee break
    15:35-16:20 Recording the names of millets in Taiwan, with special reference to the endemic Spodiopogon formosanus
    Emiko Takei, Osaka Gakuin University
    16:20-17:20 Austronesian and Sino-Tibetan words for Setaria italica and Panicum miliaceum: Any connection?
    Laurent Sagart, CRLAO/CNRS, and Hsu Tze-fu, Academia Sinica
    17:20-18:05 Linguistic and archaeological evidence for rice and millet in Taiwan: Comments and observations
    Paul Jen-kuei LI, Academia Sinica

  • 3月21日(金・祝)
    9:30-10:30 Archaeobotanical and archaeological evidence for the domestication and spread of millets and associated crops within East Asia
    Chris Stevens and Dorian Fuller, University of London
    10:30-11:15 Did agriculturalists bring wheat to China?
    Yo-ichiro Sato, Kyoto Sangyo University and Z.J. Zhao
    11:15-11:30 Coffee break
    11:30-12:30 Linguistic evidence for population movements
    Søren Wichmann, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology
    12:30-13:45 Lunch
    13:45-14:30 Mixed grain and dryfield sites in the Western Japanese archipelago from the Jomon to the Yayoi period
    Yutaka Nakamura, Tokushima University and Michihiko Nakazawa, Nagano prefectual government
    14:30-15:15 Reconsidering lexically based Japanese dialect groupings: An MCA Cluster Analysis
    Yohei Ono, Institute of Statistical Mathematics
    15:15-15:30 Coffee break
    15:30-16:15 How circumpolar is Ainu music? A musical and genetic perspective on the history of the Japanese archipelago
    Pat Savage, Tokyo University of the Arts
    16:15-17:00 Genome history of Japonesian
    Saitou Naruya, National Institute of Genetics/Graduate University for Advanced Studies (SOKENDAI)/University of Tokyo
    17:00-17:30 General discussion