Department of International Studies: Languages and Cultures - Staff

Yuriko Yamanouchi

Academic qualifications:

M.A. (Anthropology) University of Tokyo
PhD (Anthropology) University of Sydney,
Searching for Aboriginal Community in South Western Sydney (Aboriginal people's sense of community and identity in south western Sydney)

Areas of interest:

She has kept interest in social relations and identity of Australian Indigenous people in urban areas. Also she also recently started research on the relationship between Japanese migratory workers and local Indigenous people in northern Australia.

Publications:

2008

PhD. Thesis, 'Searching for Aboriginal People in South Western Sydney'. University of Sydney

2009

Review of Against Paranoid Nationalism: searching for hope in s
shrinking society, by Ghassan Hage, Journal of Australian Studies (Japanese)
(forthcoming)
(currently under peer review) Kinship, style, and organisations: the
Interwoven Quality of Identity and Community in South-western Sydney.
Environment and Planning A.
(currently under peer review) Migration and Beyond: Continuing relationship
between Kinan area and northern Australia. O-sutoraria Kenkyu Kiyo.

Translations:

2009

Ch.3: Cross-Cultural Connections, Border-Crossings, and "Death by
Culture: Thinking about Dowry-Murders in India and Domestic Violence Murders
in the United States", In Narayan, U. Dislocating Cultures: Identities,
Traditions, and Third-World Feminism
, New York: Routledge.(forthcoming)

Other Teaching Activities:

2009

'Intercultural Communication', JPN 840 Week 2, in Postgraduate
Certificate in Intercultural Language Pedagogy in Japanese, Macquarie
University (forthcoming)

Peer Reviewed Journal Articles, Conference Proceedings

2010. Kinships, Organisations, and 'wannabes' PDF(91.12 KB): Aboriginal Identity Negotiation in South Western Sydney. Oceania 80: 216-228.
2010. Exploring Ambiguity PDF(150.13 KB): Aboriginal Identity Negotiation in South Western Sydney. Environment and Planning A 42(2): 285-299. 
2009. Migration and Beyond DOC(72.0 KB): Continuing relationship between Kinan area and northern Australia. O-sutoraria Kenkyu Kiyo (Otemon Journal of Australian Studies) 35:147-156.
2010. Sidoni- Naiseibu kougai no aborijini ni okeru komyunithi ishiki to aidentiti (Sense of Community and Identity among Aboriginal people in south western Sydney). O-sutoraria Kenkyu (Journal of Australian Studies) vol.23: 57-72(Japanese).
(forthcoming) Living with Ambiguity: Aboriginal Community Experience in South Western Sydney. Australian Aboriginal Studies
(currently under peer review) Being 'Aboriginal' in south-western Sydney. Oceania.

Book Chapters

2010 Sidoni- Nanseibu Kougai no Aborijini ni Okeru Aidentiti Negosie-shon (Identity Negotiation Among Aboriginal People in South Western Sydney). In Y. Tomonaga (ed.) O-sutoraria Senjumin Kenkyu: Kokka Dentou Komyuniti to Kirimusubu Nichijouteki Jissen (Indigenous Australians: Nation State, Tradition, Community, and Everyday Practices.), pp.21-27. (Japanese)
 

Encyclopedia Entries


2010. Toshi Aborijini (Aboriginal people in the city), Oseania Wo Shiru Jiten (Encyclopedia of Oceania) (Japanese)
2010. Toresu Kaikyo Shoto Min (Torres Strait Islanders) Oseania Wo Shiru Jiten (Encyclopedia of Oceania) (Japanese)
2010. Mabo Hanketsu (Mabo Decision) Oseania Wo Shitu Jiten (Encyclopedia of Oceania) (Japanese)
2010. Senju Kengen Ho (Native Title Act) Oseania Wo Shiru Jiten (Encyclopedia of Oceania) (Japanese)
 

Other Publications


2008 PhD. Thesis, 'Searching for Aboriginal People in South Western Sydney'. University of Sydney
2009 Review of Against Paranoid Nationalism: searching for hope in s shrinking society, by Ghassan Hage, O-sutoraria Kenkyu(Journal of Australian Studies)(Japanese)
 

Translation (English to Japanese)


2010 Ch.3: Cross-Cultural Connections, Border-Crossings, and "Death by Culture: Thinking about Dowry-Murders in India and Domestic Violence Murders in the United States", In Narayan, U. Dislocating Cultures: Identities, Traditions, and Third-World Feminism, New York: Routledge.(forthcoming)