TAZAKI Ikuko

Position: Affiliated Assistant Professor

MAIL: tazaki [at] cseas.kyoto-u.ac.jp

Research Departments

Cross-regional Studies

Area

Area Studies (Thailand, Myanmar), Anthropology, Christianity, Relationship between Religion and Economics

Research Interests

1. relationship between Christian practice and socio-economic activity among the Karen
2. vernacular translation of the bible and transformation of local society



    Thesis

  • Tazaki Ikuko. 2016. Dynamics of Religious Practice and Socio-Economic Relationships among Protestant Karen in Northern Thailand. (『タイ北部プロテスタント派カレン地域における宗教実践と社会経済関係の動態』) Graduate School of Asian and African Area Studies, Kyoto University. Ph.D. thesis. PP. 1-221.

 

    Papers

  • Tazaki Ikuko. 2018. Changing Labor Allocations and Formation of New Socioeconomic Relationships under the Influence of Strawberry Cropping among the Karen in Northern Thailand. ( 「 タイ北部カレン村落におけるイチゴ栽培の導入と労働形態、社会経済関係の再編」). Tonan-Asia Kenkyu. 56(1).
  • Tazaki Ikuko. 2018. xChanging the Karen’s Idea of Reciprocity and Involution of Community Development: under the Influence of Protestantism and Cash Cropping in Thailand. Working Papaer of Consortium for Southeast Asian Studies in Asia 2017. PP. 1- 16.
  • Tazaki Ikuko. 2010. Representation and Practice Surrounding Subsistence Activity and Ethnic Identity among the Karen in Northern Thailand. (「タイ国山地部におけるカレン住民の生業と民族をめぐる表象と実践」). Global Center of Excellence for reconstruction of the Intimate and Public Spheres in 21st Century Asia, Kyoto University. Working Paper Next Generation. No.40. Studies on Reconstruction of Subsistence linking Intimate Sphere and Public Sphere. (『親密圏と公共圏をつなぐサブシステンスの再構築に関する研究』) Masuda Kazuya, Oishi Kazuo, Tazaki Ikuko (Ch.2. PP.18-26.)
  • Tazaki Ikuko. 2009. Representation of Subsistence Activity and Ethnicity: Changing Discourse of Sufficiency Economy (setthakit pho phing) and Karen’s Practice of Subsistence Activity. (「生業の表象と民族の表象:タイ国におけるセタキット・ポー・ピアング(足るを知る経済)言説の変遷とカレンの生業をめぐる実践」). Global Center of Excellence for reconstruction of the Intimate and Public Spheres in 21st Century Asia, Kyoto University. Working Paper Next Generation. No. 6. Representation and Practice of Subsistence relating with Public Sphere. Masuda Kazuya, Tazaki Ikuko, Oishi Kazuo (Ch.3. PP.22-31.)
  • Tazaki Ikuko. 2008. The Dynamics of Karen Rice Farming in Northern Thailand with Reference to the Urban Migration of Village Youths. (「タイ山地カレン村落における稲作の変容-若年層の都市移動との関連から-」) Tonan-Asia Kenkyu. 46(2). PP. 228-254. Refereed, Multiple Authorship
  • Funakawa, S., Hayashi, Y., Tazaki, I., Sawada, K., and Kosaki, T. 2006. The main functions of the fallow phase in shifting cultivation by the Karen people in Northern Thailand: A quantitative analysis of soil organic matter dynamics. TROPICS. The Japan Society of Tropical Ecology. 15(1). PP. 1-27.

 

    Book:

  • TAZAKI, Ikuko.In press. Dynamics of Karen Rice Farming in Northern Thailand: Rethinking the Relationship between Subsistence Self-Sufficiency and Involvement in the Market Economy. In Malcolm F. Cairns ed. Continuing to Listen to the Subaltern Voices of Shifting Cultivators: Farmer Innovations and Best Practices in the Asia-Pacific Region. London UK: Routledge.

 

    Translation :

  • James C. Scott. The Art of Not Being Governed: Anarchist History of Southeast Asia. (『ゾミア――脱国家の世界史』) 2013. Sato Jin. (Translation supervisor) Ikeda Hajime, Imamura Masao, Kubo Tadayuki, Tazaki Ikuko, Naito Daisuke and Nakai Senjo. (Translator) Misuzu-Shobo. (Chapter 5 and footnote. PP. 129-180. )

 

 

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