() This year, CEMiPoS will collaborate with the Amareya Theatre, Ainu Women’s Assocation, and the Sapporo Freedom School on performances and workshops in Hokkaido and Tokyo. PART I – Hokkaido Nov. 2nd
() CEMiPoS and the Citizens’ Alliance for the Examination of Ainu Policy have submitted a report to the UN Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples about the Ainu people’s right
() The Ainu and Japan’s Colonial Legacy
A Critique of the Draft of Guidelines for Ethical Research: Towards the Decolonization of Indigenous Studies
() CEMiPoS director Hiroshi Maruyama critiques guidelines for the ethical research of indigenous peoples co-written by the Anthropological Society of Japan, the Japanese Archaeological Association, and the Japan Society of Cultural Anthropology. He explains
() Last month, CEMiPoS lifetime collaborator and Artistic Director of Amareya Theatre Kasia Pastuszak presented Amareya’s artistic collaboration with Ainu women at Cracow, Poland, alongside Polish scholars of Japanese culture, language, and art.
() Lifetime Collaborator Kasia Pastuszak reports that the Adam Mickiewicz Institute has approved a grant allowing the Amareya Theatre in Poland to continue its collaboration with CEMiPoS and the Ainu Women’s Association!