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Last updated: August 14, 2017

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Books NEW!
Dictionaries and encyclopedias (editors) NEW!
Articles and the thesis (peer-reviewed)
Bulletins and reports (without peer review) NEW!
Dictionaries and encyclopedias (contributors) NEW!
Book reviews
Translations
Essays and short articles of newsletters
Textbooks and pamphlets
Editorial staff; collaboration for the editing NEW!

Date of publication [Language used for each publication]


Books

Fieldworkers series, Tokyo: Kokon Shoin

Accepted [in Japanese] NEW!
Shimizu, Takao & Nobutaka Kamei eds. Accepted. Africa where children live: On the earth between the traditional cultures and the development. Kyoto : Showado.
[On of the editors of the volume and the contributor of the following chapters: "Preface: Describe Africa with children who play the leading roles" and "School education and play in the past and of today: The Baka hunter-gatherers in Cameroon (2)"]

February 18, 2016 [in Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2016. Policies and life of the people with disabilities in Senegal: The regional office of "African Decade of Persons with Disabilities," education, movements and labor. In: Mori, Soya ed. Disability and development in Africa: Towards SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals) (IDE Research Series No. 622). Chiba: Institute of Developing Economies, Japan External Trade Organization. 195-235.

March 20, 2015 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2015. Various bodies, various cultures. In: Michinobu, Ryoko ed. Life and nurturing: The influence of contemporary medicine, social welfare and culture on today's children (Iwanami Junior Paperbacks 799). Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten, Publishers. 1-13.

March 20, 2015 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2015. Africa and Europe: Beyond the centuries of racism and exploitation. In: Takenaka, Katsuyuki ed. Globalization and boundary of cultures: Challenges of Europe that manages diversity. Kyoto: Showado. 131-147.

July 23, 2014 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2014. Disabilities. In: Shinji Yamashita ed. Public anthropology. Tokyo: University of Tokyo Press. 121-137.

April 19, 2013 [In Japanese]
The Little World, Museum of Man (supervisor). Dome ed. 2013. "Cameroon: Domes made of leaves in the forest." In: Encyclopedia of houses in the world. Tokyo; Kyoto: PHP Institute. 34-35.
[Offered photographs and information]

In press [In Japanese]
Toda, Mikako & Nobutaka Kamei. In press. People with disabilities in Cameroon. In: Shimada, Yoshihito ed. Area studies: Cameroon. Tokyo: Akashi Shoten.

April 20, 2013 [In Japanese]
Kimura, Daiji, Masao Morita & Nobutaka Kamei. 2013. Mathematics embodied. In: Sugawara, Kazuyoshi ed. Anthropology of embodiment. Kyoto: Sekaishisosha. 42-75.
[One of the co-authors, also the illustrator of the figures]

March 30, 2013 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2013. Fieldworkers and minority languages: The case of collaboration with Deaf communities in Africa and the world. In: Akamine, Jun ed. Multi-sited fieldwork amid globalization: Environment, language, and migration. Tokyo: Shinsensha. 200-237.

April 20, 2011 [In Japanese]
Oguni, Kazuko, Nobutaka Kamei & Shuji Iijima eds. 2011. Fieldwork with supporting. Kyoto: Sekaishisosha.
[Co-editor and the author of the following chapters: "Preface" (1-11); "Chapter 4: Between spoken languages and signed languages" (76-98) and "Conclusion" (235-244)]
[total: 264 pages]

November 2, 2010 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2010. Livelihood of people with disabilities in Côte d'Ivoire: With a focus on the exceptional recruitment in formal sectors. In: Mori, Soya ed. Poverty reduction for the disabled in developing countries: How do they live? Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten, Publishers. 187-211.
[2007 JASID Special Award, Japan Society for International Development (JASID), November 2011]

September 20, 2010 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2010. Sign languages as minority languages and Braille as minority letters: Strategies for the co-existence with majority. In: Hirose, Kojiro ed. "Introduction to the Braille for all: From tactile letters to tactile culture". Tokyo: Seikatsushoin. 151-162.

March 31, 2010 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2010. Deaf culture in natural conversations. In: Kimura, Daiji, Michio Nakamura & Katsuya Takanashi eds. Boundary and conjunction of social interaction: Studies in nonhuman primates, humans and conversation. Kyoto: Showado. 110-121.
[Also the co-author of the glossary as the appendix of the book with Mayumi Bono: "sign language; signed language"; "Japanese Sign Language"; "American Sign Language"; "Deaf culture" and "Deaf people; the Deaf"]

March 25, 2010 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2010. Exploring the possibility of the "ethnography of children": A case of the study of play of Baka hunter-gatherers. In: Kimura, Daiji & Koichi Kitanishi eds. People, nature and history of African tropical forests 2: From social perspectives. Kyoto: Kyoto University Press. 281-296.
[A member of the editorial committee]

February 20, 2010 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2010. Little "hunters" in the forest: Ethnography of hunter-gatherer children. Kyoto: Kyoto University Press.
[total: 306 pages]

August 19, 2009 [In Japanese; translated into Korean]
Akiyama, Nami & Nobutaka Kamei. 2009. Preface for Korean readers. In: Shall we sign? (translated in Korean) Seoul, South Korea: Samin Publishing.

June 30, 2009 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka ed. 2009. Introduction to the anthropology of play: Encounters with "children" in the fields. Kyoto: Showado.
[editor and the author of the following chapters: "Preface" (iii-ix); "How can we understand play of human being?: Two families of play theories" (1-20); "To play and to learn in the forest: Play of hunter-gatherer children" (39-79) and "Afterword" (200-203)]
[total: 208 pages]

June 19, 2009 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2009. Let's visit the Deaf world! (Iwanami Junior Paperbacks 630) Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten, Publishers.
[total: 219 pages]
[Awarded by the Social Security Council, Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare, Japan (2009 Recommended Cultural Materials of Child Welfare)]

April 30, 2009 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2009. A contact sign language made of ASL and French: French-speaking West and Central Africa. In: Kaji, Shigeki & Yukitoshi Sunano eds. Languages and societies in Africa: Life in multilingual communities. Tokyo: Sangensha Publishers Inc.

April 10, 2009 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2009. How to construct rapport beyond linguistic and physical differences: Fieldwork in African Deaf communities. In: Minoura, Yasuko ed. Ethnographic fieldwork II: Analysis and interpretation. Kyoto: Minerva Publishing Co., Ltd. 74-90.

March 2009 [In Japanese]
Watanabe, Kazuo (author), Nobutaka Kamei (editorial supervisor). 2009. Cameroon (Series: Photo reports of the world (42)). Tokyo: Poplar Publishing Co., Ltd.
[total: 47 pages]

July 31, 2008 [In Langue des Signes d'Afrique Francophone (LSAF), French, Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2008. On va signer en Langue des Signes d'Afrique Francophone! Fuchu : Institut de recherche sur les langues et cultures d'Asie et d'Afrique, Université des langues étrangères de Tokyo.
[total : 100 pages]
[Kamei, Nobutaka. 2008. Let's sign in Langue des Signes d'Afrique Francophone! Fuchu: Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies. ]
[total: 100 pages]

March 19, 2008 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2008. Deaf people and sign languages (Interview with Africanists). In: Yamada, Shoko ed. Studies on African societies (Iwanami Junior Paperbacks 588) Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten, Publishers. 135-152.

March 31, 2008 [In Japanese]
Takeda, Joe & Nobutaka Kamei eds. 2008. Actions in the field. Kyoto: Sekaishisosha.
[Co-editor and the author of the following chapters: "Preface: Actualities of fieldworkers in action" (1-9); "Column 1: When I started to learn sign language" (44-45); "Chapter 4-2: How to promote students' attitudes of understanding other cultures in the classroom: Workshops for learning Deaf culture" (125-139); "Afterword" (260-262)]
[total: 270 pages]

February 20, 2008 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2008. Basic model of human development of the Deaf: The history of the development of deaf education in Africa. In: Mori, Soya ed. Disability and development: Perspective on social model of disability in the developing countries (IDE Research Series No. 567). Chiba: Institute of Developing Economies, Japan External Trade Organization. 201-228.

December 15, 2007 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2007. Sign languages as knowledge resources. In: Daniels, Christian ed. Positive and negative of knowledge resources (Resource anthropology series vol.3). Tokyo: Koubundou. 93-125.

March 30, 2007 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2007. Deaf communities and sign languages. In: Ochiai, Takehiko & Tomoko Kanata eds. Medicine, disability and gender in Africa: A new multi-disciplinary approach to Nigerian society (The Socio-Cultural Research Institute Series No.4, Ryukoku University). Kyoto: Koyoshobo. 157-184.

February 2007 [In English]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2007. Drawing sketches in the field: Sketch literacy for social research. In: Furukawa, Akira ed. Frontiers of social research: Japan and beyond. Melbourne: Trans Pacific Press. 72-99.

December 25, 2006 [In Japanese, including a chapter written in English by an American and translated into Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2006. History of Deaf people and sign languages in Africa: Fieldwork in the "kingdom" derived from Andrew J. Foster. Tokyo: Akashi Shoten.
[total: 254 pages]
[2007 JASID Award for Excellent Work by Young Researchers, Japan Society for International Development (JASID), November 2007]

June 2006 [In English]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2006. Language and well-being: Three basic essentials of linguistic rights. In: Kosaka, Kenji ed. A sociology of happiness: Japanese perspectives. Melbourne: Trans Pacific Press. 99-117.

March 2006 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2006. Lesson 8: Background "Sign languages." In: New Crown Editorial Board ed. New Crown English Series, New Edition 3, Teacher's Manual 2. Tokyo: Sanseido. 253-258.

August 2005 [In English]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2005. Play among Baka children in Cameroon. In: Hewlett, Barry S. and Michael E. Lamb eds. Hunter-gatherer childhoods: Evolutionary, developmental & cultural perspectives. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers. 343-359.

December 30, 2004 [In Japanese]
Akiyama, Nami & Nobutaka Kamei. 2004. Shall we sign?: Opinions of the Deaf, feelings of the hearing (Shuwa de ikou: Rosha no ibun, chosha no honne). Kyoto: Minerva Publishing Co., Ltd.
[total: 232 pages]

June 2004 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2004. Sign language in Myanmar: One language or two? In: Foreign Sign Department, Japan Institute for Sign Language Studies ed. 2004. Sign languages of Asia (Asia no shuwa) Vol.5. Tokyo: Japan Institute for Sign Language Studies. 10-19.
[A member of the editorial committee]

December 10, 2001 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2001. Play of the children of the Baka hunter-gatherers. In: Ichikawa, Mitsuo & Hiroaki Sato eds. Hunter-gatherers in the Central African forests (Mori to hito no kyozon-sekai). Kyoto: Kyoto University Press. 93-139.

February 28, 2000 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2000. Another multilingual community: Education and languages of the Deaf in Cameroon. In: Nakamura, Yuichiro & Yasuko Ichibangase eds. Social welfare in the world (11) Africa, Latin America and Spain (Sekai no shakai-fukushi (11)). Tokyo: Junposha. 83-108.


Dictionaries and encyclopedias (editors)

June 25, 2017 [In Japanese] NEW!
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2017. Preface; Play and games by hands (pp.438-442); Hands with violence, crime and punishment (pp.533-536); Tools as expanded hands, tools as imitated hands (pp.537-540); Hands of imaginary creatures and characters (pp.582-584). In: Society of Biomechanisms Japan ed. Encyclopedia of the Hand. Tokyo: Asakura Pulishing.
[Member of the editorial committee, the editor of "Chapter 5: Hand in everyday life"; the contributor of 4 articles and a part of the preface]
[total: 608 pages]

September 2012 [In Langue des Signes d'Afrique Francophone (LSAF), French, English]
Sanogo, Yédê Adama ed. Superviseur : Kamei, Nobutaka. 2012. Ecoute mes mains : dictionnaire de langue des signes. Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire : EDILIS.
[total : 362 pages]
[Sanogo, Yédê Adama ed. Supervisor : Kamei, Nobutaka. 2012. Listen to my hands: Dictionary of sign language. Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire : EDILIS. ]
[total: 362 pages]

July 31, 2008 [In Langue des Signes d'Afrique Francophone (LSAF), French, Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka ed. 2008. DVD : Langue des Signes d'Afrique Francophone (LSAF). Fuchu : Institut de recherche sur les langues et cultures d'Asie et d'Afrique, Université des langues étrangères de Tokyo.
[le dictionnaire et le manuel scolaire de la Langue des Signes d'Afrique Francophone (LSAF)]
[Kamei, Nobutaka ed. 2008. DVD : Langue des Signes d'Afrique Francophone (LSAF). Fuchu: Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies. ]
[A dictionary and teaching materials of Langue des Signes d'Afrique Francophone (LSAF)]


Articles and the thesis (peer-reviewed)

March 17, 2017 [in English]
Sanogo, Yédê Adama & Nobutaka Kamei. 2017. Promotion of sign language research by the African Deaf community: Cases in French-speaking West and Central Africa. In: Kaji, Shigeki ed. Proceedings of the 8th World Congress of African Linguistics. Fuchu: Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies. 411-424.
[Abstract in English] (PDF)
[Abstract in French] (PDF)
[The full text of the article of the version in Japanese is available here]

September 30, 2013 [in Japanese]
Iijima, Shuji, Takao Shimizu, Junji Koizumi, Ryosuke Imanaka, Nobutaka Kamei, Akiko Kunihiro, Nobue Suzuki, Yuki Imoto & Matori Yamamoto. 2013. Correspondence: Report on the 2012 Inter-Congress, International Union of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences (IUAES). In: Japanese Journal of Cultural Anthropology (Bunkajinruigaku) (Japanese Society of Cultural Anthropology) 78-2: 278-283.

July 10, 2011 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2011. Anthropology and development studies: Dialogue interactions with the research in "disability and development" (Featured articles "To enrich anthropology, to enrich by anthropology: Possibilities of the expansion of anthropology through cross-disciplinary studies"). In: The bulletin of the Kyushu Anthropological Association 38: 89-94.

September 30, 2009 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2009. Research on Langue des Signes d'Afrique Francophone (LSAF): How to share the product of the DVD sign language dictionary project. In: Lingua-Culture Contextual Studies in Ethnic Conflicts of the World (LiCCOSEC) (Research Institute for World Languages, Osaka University) 8 (Annual report in 2008): 367-380.

July 12, 2009 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2009. Minority languages and fieldwork: Researchers' actions and ethics (Featured articles "Field of actions"). In: The bulletin of the Kyushu Anthropological Association 36: 14-25.

September 14, 2008 [In Japanese, abstract in English]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2008. The Deaf community in Cameroon: A preliminary essay on the ethnography of African Deaf communities. In: Japanese Journal of Sign Linguistics (Japanese Association of Sign Linguistics) 17: 99-112.

November 2006 [In English, abstract in French]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2006. The birth of Langue des Signes Franco-Africaine: Creole ASL in West and Central French-speaking Africa. In: Online conference paper of Languages and Education in Africa Conference (LEA2006). Oslo, Norway: University of Oslo.

March 2005 [In Japanese, abstract in English]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2005. Making sketches in the field: Sketch literacy for social research. In: Advanced Social Research (Sentan Shakai Kenkyu) (Kwansei Gakuin University) 2: 95-125.

December 2004 [In Japanese, abstract in English]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2004. Language and happiness: Three basic requirements for linguistic rights. In: Advanced Social Research (Sentan Shakai Kenkyu) (Kwansei Gakuin University) 1: 131-157.

March 31, 2004 [In Japanese, abstract in English]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2004. The sign languages of Africa. In: Journal of African Studies (Africa Kenkyu) (Japan Association for African Studies) 64 (March 2004): 43-64.

March 2003 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2003. Foster, the father of the Deaf education in Africa. In: Africa Report (Institute of Developing Economies) 36 (March 2003): 36-39.

March 25, 2002 [In Japanese, including a chapter in English]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2002. An anthropological study on the daily activities and the socialization process of the children of the Baka hunter-gatherers. Doctoral thesis. Kyoto University (March 25, 2002, Doctor in Science No. 2502).

March 2001 [In English]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2001. An educational project in the forest: Schooling for the Baka children in Cameroon. In: African Study Monographs. Supplementary Issue 26: 185-195.


Bulletins and reports (without peer review)

Accepted [in Japanese] NEW!
Kamei, Nobutaka. Accepted. Practical use of visual expressions in fieldwork: The achievements of social research trainings and issues in the near future. In: Matsuo, Kojiro ed. Featured articles "Research and expressions: The strategies for communications." Advances in social research (edited and published by: Japanese Association for Social Research; produced and distributed by: Kyoto: Information Design Associates Kyoto) xx: yy-zz.

Submitted [in Japanese] NEW!
Kamei, Nobutaka. Submitted. Toward the inclusive society that accepts diversity: Three messages from cultural anthropology (the slides for the presentation in the symposium "Toward the new curriculum "civil society" in high schools: The propositions by cultural anthropology" sponsored by the Section of Anthropology, Science Council of Japan (November 19, 2016, Science Council of Japan, Minato, Tokyo, Japan)). In: Takezawa, Yasuko ed. Annual report of the grant-in-aid (the tentative title) (Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (S) "Integrated research into the processes and mechanisms of racialization"). yy-zz.

March 31, 2017 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2017. Lecture: Approaches of the studies on African childhood: The aims and perspectives. In: Child science (Japanese Society of Child Science) 13: 16-19.

January 1, 2017 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2017. "Communication disorders" as a new type of eugenics: Toward better conversations between cultures (Hiroyuki Yamato ed. Featured articles "Beyond "communication disorders""). In: Human mind (Kokoro no kagaku) (Nippon Hyoron sha co., Ltd) 191 (January 2017): 57-63.

October 15, 2016 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2016. Toward the development that includes diversity of African societies: The scenes of people with disabilities in West Africa. In: World Trend (Featured articles: Rethinking African development in the occasion of TICAD VI) (Institute of Developing Economies) 253 (November 2016): 16-19.
[The full text of the article (PDF, in Japanese)]

December 1, 2015 [in Japanese, abstract in English]
Miyamoto, Ritsuko, Nami Akiyama & Nobutaka Kamei. 2015. Management of the sign language workshop at WOCAL8. In: Japanese Journal of Sign Language Studies (Japanese Association for Sign Language Studies) 24: 51-58.
[Full text] (PDF, in Japanese)

December 1, 2015 [in Japanese, abstract in English]
Sanogo, Yédê Adama & Nobutaka Kamei. 2015. Promotion of sign language research by the African Deaf community: Cases in West and Central French-speaking Africa. In: Japanese Journal of Sign Language Studies (Japanese Association for Sign Language Studies) 24: 3-16.
[Full text] (PDF, in Japanese)

March 31, 2015 [in Japanese and English]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2015. Theoretical and ethnographic studies on learning, play and education. In: Terashima, Hideaki ed. Research on learning behaviors of Homo sapiens based on the fieldwork on hunter-gatherers: Report of the Research team A-02 in 2014-2015 (Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research "Replacement of Neanderthals by Modern Humans: Testing evolutionary models of learning"). 77-80; 109-111; 134.

February 2015 [in Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2015. Report on the fieldwork skill training in Aichi Prefectural University: The workshop of visual anthropology for students in 2012-2014. In: Journal of cultural symbiosis Research (Cultural Symbiosis Research Institute, Aichi Prefectural University) 9: 113-126.

February 25, 2015 [in Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2015. "Segregation in the name of cultural differences" ? : Apartheid and the politics of the acceptance of differences. In: Academic Journalism SYNODOS (February 25, 2015).

March 31, 2014 [in Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2014. Report of the preliminary research on the people with disabilities in Senegal in 2013: The regional office of "African Decade of Persons with Disabilities," education and movements. In: Mori, Soya ed. Disability and people with disabilities in African countries: From the perspective of "disability and development". Chiba: Institute of Developing Economies, Japan External Trade Organization. 100-117.

March 2014 [in Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2014. Report of the questionnaire survey on sign language education targeting students of Aichi Prefectural University: Proposal of sign language classes that respond to expectations of students. In: The world of languages (Research Institute of Advanced Language Education, Aichi Prefectural University) 6: 27-38.

December 31, 2013 [in Japanese]
Takenoshita, Yuji, Nobutaka Kamei, Kae Amo, Takao Shimizu, Nobuhide Sawamura. 2013. Report on the 50th Annual Meeting of the Japan Association for African Studies, Forum "Studies on African childhood: School education and "traditional" education in Francophone Africa." In: Journal of African Studies (Africa Kenkyu) (Japan Association for African Studies) 83: 37-51.
[Kamei, Nobutaka. Report 1: Schooling and life of the children of Baka hunter-gatherers: Comparative studies of 1990's and 2010's (38-41)]

December 31, 2013 [in Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka, Kyoto Koga & Haruko Sakaedani. 2013. How can language description and documentation contribute to Africa?: Report on the 7th World Congress of African Linguistics (WOCAL 7). In: Journal of African Studies (Africa Kenkyu) (Japan Association for African Studies) 83: 33-36.

December 31, 2013 [in Japanese]
Yatsuka, Haruna, Naoki Matsuura & Nobutaka Kamei. 2013. Resilience and vulnerability of hunting and gathering societies: Report on the 10th International Conference on Hunting and Gathering Societies (CHaGS10). In: Journal of African Studies (Africa Kenkyu) (Japan Association for African Studies) 83: 29-32.

March 22, 2013 [in Japanese, abstract in English]
Azuma, Hiroko & Nobutaka KAMEI. 2013. Academic skills training through fieldwork: The case of "Basic Seminar I" in the Department of International and Cultural Studies, Aichi Prefectural University. In: The Journal of the Faculty of Foreign Studies, Aichi Prefectural University: Area studies and international relations (School of Foreign Studies, Aichi Prefectural University) 45: 245-258.

July 31, 2012 [in Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2012. Policies for the people with disabilities and an anecdote of Gbagbo's cabinet, Cote d'Ivoire. In: Africa Now (Africa Japan Forum) 95: 12-15.

March 31, 2012 [in Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2012. What can we learn from African children?: A report on the "Seminar of the studies on African childhood in Nagoya". In: Journal of cultural symbiosis Research (Cultural Symbiosis Research Institute, Aichi Prefectural University) 6: 122-126.

March, 2012 [in Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2012. Report of the research on the children of Baka hunter-gatherers in Southeastern Cameroon: With a focus on the situation of schooling in 2012. In: Terashima, Hideaki ed. Research on learning behaviors of Homo sapiens based on the fieldwork on hunter-gatherers: Report of the Research team A-02 in 2011-2012 (Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research "Replacement of Neanderthals by Modern Humans: Testing evolutionary models of learning").

March, 2011 [In Japanese, abstract in English]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2011. Play and learning of children of Pygmy groups, the hunter-gatherers. In: Terashima, Hideaki ed. Research on learning behaviors of Homo sapiens based on the fieldwork on hunter-gatherers: Report of the Research team A-02 in 2010-2011(Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research "Replacement of Neanderthals by Modern Humans: Testing evolutionary models of learning").

March 31, 2011 [In Japanese]
Yoneda, Nobuko, Motomichi Wakasa, Katsuhiko Shiota, Junko Komori & Nobutaka Kamei. 2011. Seminar on African studies: Languages of Africa. In: Journal of African Studies (Africa Kenkyu) (Japan Association for African Studies) 78 (March 2011): 43-60.

February 2011 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2011. Guest speech: Learn from the plays of children living in nature: the girls and boys of the African rainforests (in: the 13th annual meeting of the Japan Outdoor Education Society). In: Japan Outdoor Education Journal (Japan Outdoor Education Society) 14(1): 1-13.

November 27, 2010 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2010. An introduction to the fieldwork: For better understanding and rapport. In: Japan Association of Deaf History ed. Report on the 12th Annual Meeting of the Japan Association of Deaf History in Fukuoka. 45-59.

October 30, 2010 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka ed. 2010. Featured articles "A half-century of sign linguistics." In: Japanese Journal of Sign Linguistics (Japanese Association of Sign Linguistics) 19: 9-63.
[Editor of the featured articles and the author of the following chapters: Kamei, Nobutaka "An introduction to the featured articles "A half-century of sign linguistics"" (9-10); Mori, Soya & Satoshi Osonoe (coordinated by Nobutaka Kamei & Mayumi Bono) "Dialogue: 50 years review of sign linguistics: What should Japanese sign linguists learn from its history?" (11-28)]

March 31, 2010 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2010. Current of research ethics of sign languages as minority languages: Report of the 35th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Association of Sign Linguistics. In: Journal of the Institute of Language Research (Institute of Language Research, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies) 15: 378.

Submitted [In Japanese, abstract in English]
Kamei, Nobutaka. Submitted. A preliminary research on the Deaf community and sign languages in Gabonese Republic. In: Takeuchi, Kiyoshi ed. An anthropological research on the reformation of ethnic identities in the African tropical forests (Grant-In-Aid for International Scientific Research, Ministry of Education, Culture, Science, Sports and Technology).

December 31, 2009 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka & Nobuko Yoneda. 2009. African linguistics for understanding and progress: Report on the 6th World Congress of African Linguistics (WOCAL 6). In: Journal of African Studies (Africa Kenkyu) (Japan Association for African Studies) 75 (December 2009): 45-47.

December 15, 2009 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2009. Report of the symposium "How to conduct sign language research?: Ethics of sign language researchers" in the 35th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Association of Sign Linguistics. In: The website of the Japanese Association of Sign Linguistics (Submitted on December 15, 2009; uploaded on January 4, 2010).

October 31, 2009 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka ed. 2009. Featured articles "Ethics in sign language research." In: Japanese Journal of Sign Linguistics (Japanese Association of Sign Linguistics) 18: 1-46.
[Editor of the featured articles and the author of the following chapters: "An introduction to the featured articles on the ethics in sign language research" (1-4); "Qualities of sign language researchers examined from viewpoints of cultural anthropology" (19-22); Kamei, Nobutaka ed. "A literature guide to research ethics" (43-46)]

September 1, 2009 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2009. The exceptional recruitment in formal sectors: Livelihood of people with disabilities in Côte d'Ivoire. In: World Trend (Institute of Developing Economies) 168 (September 2009): 28-31.

March 2009 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2009. Toward ethnographies of those who are taken care of: A comment for the International Research Forum "Anthropology of life design and well-being." In: Project "Anthropology of life design and well-being" (Chief Researcher: Nanami Suzuki) ed. International Research Forum: Anthropology of life design and well-being. Suita: National Museum of Ethnology. 113-114.

March 2009 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2009. Report of the faculty development seminar: Understanding needs of deaf students: Workshop and cases for the improvement of teachers' attitudes. In: Annual Report of the Student Counseling Room, Bukkyo University 17 (March 2009): 31-36.

January 2009 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2009. Research on proper noun signs of the world: Collection of signs for places and persons. In: Japan Institute for Sign Language Studies ed. Report of the 7th Seminar of Sign Language Studies, Japan Institute for Sign Language Studies. Kyoto: National Center of Sign Language Education. 17-24.

December 2008 [In Japanese]
Foreign Sign Department, Japan Institute for Sign Language Studies ed. 2008. Talking with Deaf persons and sign language researchers from foreign countries. Kyoto: National Center of Sign Language Education.
[The editor of the chapter "Interview with Dr. Liza B. Martinez (Philippines)" (29-35)]

November 2008 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2008. Fieldwork for the development and linguistic minorities: A case of research in African sign languages. In: Papers of the 19th Annual Meeting of Japan Society for International Development. Japan Society for International Development. 166-169.

March 6, 2008 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2008. A new method for the study of livelihood of people with disabilities in developing countries: Ecological anthropological approach for the "social model of disabilities." In: Mori, Soya ed. Research report: Poverty reduction for the disabled: Livelihood of disabled people in developing countries. Chiba: Institute of Developing Economies, Japan External Trade Organization. 31-47.

October 1, 2007 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2007. ASL in francophonie: A contact sign language in West and Central Africa (2). In: Languages, Monthly journal (Gekkan Gengo) 36(10) (October 2007): 90-97.

September 1, 2007 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2007. ASL in francophonie: A contact sign language in West and Central Africa (1). In: Languages, Monthly journal (Gekkan Gengo) 36(9) (September 2007): 68-74.

March 2007 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2007. Current research on languages and education in Africa: Report on the LEA2006 Conference. In: Ex Oriente (Association for Integrated Studies in Language and Society, Osaka University of Foreign Studies): 391-393.

March 2007 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2007. Research ethics for hearing researchers on the Deaf: Four manners for understanding Deaf cultures. Journal of Cross-Cultural Studies (Cross-Cultural Interchange & Research Institute, Yamaguchi University) 1: 81-92.

March 2007 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2007. Publishing "History of Deaf people and sign languages in Africa". Africa Now (Africa Japan Forum) 76: 20-25.

March 2007 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2007. Cultural Anthropology on the Deaf and sign languages: Necessities and tasks. In: Nanzan Anthropological Institute Newsletter (Nanzan University) 15 (March 2007): 3-9.

February 2007 [In English, abstract in French]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2007. A creole sign language in West and Central French-speaking Africa. In: Advanced Social Research Online. Discussion paper No. 4 (Uploaded on February 24, 2007).

December 31, 2006 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2006. Current researches on languages and education in Africa: Report on LEA2006 Conference in Oslo, Norway. In: Journal of African Studies (Africa Kenkyu) (Japan Association for African Studies) 69 (December 2006): 157-160.

December 1, 2006 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2006. Liberty of sign language in the development process: A paradox of language liberty of the Deaf and the economic affluence. In: World Trend (Institute of Developing Economies) 135 (December 2006): 16-19.

April 2006 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2006. The sign languages of Africa: Language map, endangered languages and creoles. In: Ex Oriente (Association for Integrated Studies in Language and Society, Osaka University of Foreign Studies) 13: 297-299.

March 2006 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2006. School education project by the Deaf for the Deaf: Case of the history of the construction of Deaf education in West and Central Africa. In: Mori, Soya ed. Research report: New issues around development studies and social-welfare studies. Chiba: Institute of Developing Economies, Japan External Trade Organization. 119-138.

March 2006 [In Japanese, including papers written in English by American researchers and translated into Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2006. Endangered world languages: Report of the session at the 104th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association. In: Sign Language Communication Studies (Shuwa Communication Kenkyu) (Japan Institute for Sign Language Studies) 59 (March 2006): 62-69.

March 2006 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2006. The Deaf in Africa (12) In the era of globalization. In: Sign Language Communication Studies (Shuwa Communication Kenkyu) (Japan Institute for Sign Language Studies) 59 (March 2006): 83-89.

December 2005 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2005. Social research for the majority?: Introduction to the special feature II "New perspectives for minority studies." In: Advanced Social Research (Sentan Shakai Kenkyu) (Kwansei Gakuin University) 3: 131-139.

December 2005 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2005. The Deaf in Africa (11) Multiple aspects of apartheid. In: Sign Language Communication Studies (Shuwa Communication Kenkyu) (Japan Institute for Sign Language Studies) 58 (December 2005): 46-53.

September 2005 [In Japanese, including a transcript of an interview in American Sign Language (ASL) translated into Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2005. The Deaf in Africa (10) Foster generation of today. (Including a special interview "Toward the African Union of the Deaf: Mr. Nickson Kakiri from Kenya talks") In: Sign Language Communication Studies (Shuwa Communication Kenkyu) (Japan Institute for Sign Language Studies) 57 (September 2005): 41-49.

July 2005 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2005. Folktales of Deaf Africans: Searching for their signed history. In: The Kanagawa University Review (Kanagawa Daigaku Hyoron) 51 (July 2005): 154-157.

June 2005 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2005. The Deaf in Africa (9) Teacher training by the Deaf. In: Sign Language Communication Studies (Shuwa Communication Kenkyu) (Japan Institute for Sign Language Studies) 56 (June 2005): 45-52.

December 2004 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2004. Surveillance on surveillance systems: Report on the 2nd International Symposium of the 21st Century COE Program, 2004. In: Advanced Social Research (Sentan Shakai Kenkyu) (Kwansei Gakuin University) 1: 315-319.

December 2004 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2004. Foster, Father of Deaf education in Africa. In: Japan Association of Deaf History ed. Report on the Annual Meeting of the Japan Association of Deaf History Vol.2. 79-82.

December 2004 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2004. The Deaf in Africa (8) Total communication by Foster. In: Sign Language Communication Studies (Shuwa Communication Kenkyu) (Japan Institute for Sign Language Studies) 54 (December 2004): 58-64.

September 2004 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2004. The Deaf in Africa (7) Expansion of missionary education (Including a special column "Letter from Benin"). In: Sign Language Communication Studies (Shuwa Communication Kenkyu) (Japan Institute for Sign Language Studies) 53 (September 2004): 56-62.

June 2004 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2004. The Deaf in Africa (6) Foster, Father of Deaf education in Africa. In: Sign Language Communication Studies (Shuwa Communication Kenkyu) (Japan Institute for Sign Language Studies) 52 (June 2004): 47-54.

March 2004 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2004. The Deaf in Africa (5) Deaf views of America. In: Sign Language Communication Studies (Shuwa Communication Kenkyu) (Japan Institute for Sign Language Studies) 51 (March 2004): 55-62.

December 2003 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2003. The Deaf in Africa (4) Controversies over foreign sign languages. In: Sign Language Communication Studies (Shuwa Communication Kenkyu) (Japan Institute for Sign Language Studies) 50 (December 2003): 44-53.

September 2003 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2003. The Deaf in Africa (3) Sign languages introduced into Africa. In: Sign Language Communication Studies (Shuwa Communication Kenkyu) (Japan Institute for Sign Language Studies) 49 (September 2003): 58-65.

September 1, 2003 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2003. Deaf education by the Deaf in Africa. In: World Trend (Institute of Developing Economies) 96 (September 2003): 35-38.

March 2003 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2003. The Deaf in Africa (2) Sign languages used in Africa. In: Sign Language Communication Studies (Shuwa Communication Kenkyu) (Japan Institute for Sign Language Studies) 47 (March 2003): 50-55.

December 2002 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2003. The Deaf in Africa (1) Nations and the Deaf in Africa. In: Sign Language Communication Studies (Shuwa Communication Kenkyu) (Japan Institute for Sign Language Studies) 46 (December 2002): 26-32.

December 24, 2002 [In English]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2002. A cultural anthropological study on the sign languages and the Deaf community in the Republic of Cameroon. Abstract of the field research in 2002. A Report to Cameroon National Association of the Deaf (CANAD/ANSCAM), Douala, Republic of Cameroon.

September 2002 [In English]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2002. A cultural anthropological study on the sign languages and the Deaf community in the Republic of Cameroon. Report of the preliminary research 1997-98. Yaoundé, Cameroon: A report to the Ministry of Scientific and Technical Research, Republic of Cameroon.

November 1996 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 1996. A study on the socialization process of infants and juveniles of Japanese macaques (Macaca fuscata). In: Annual Reports of the Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University (Kyoto Daigaku Reichorui Kenkyujo Nenpo) 26 (1996): 107.


Dictionaries and encyclopedias (contributors)

Submitted [In Japanese] NEW!
Kamei, Nobutaka. Submitted. Culture-specific disorder. In: Japan Society for International Development ed. Editor-in-chief: Motoki Takahashi. Encyclopedia of international development studies. Tokyo: Maruzen Publishing.

July 10, 2014 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2014. Sign language (190-191); techniques of the body (694-695). In: National Museum of Ethnology ed. Editor-in-chief: Yoshio Sugimoto. Themes in ethnology: A world encyclopedia. Tokyo: Maruzen Publishing.

June 30, 2014 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2014. Sign language. In: Japan Association for African Studies ed. Editor-in-chief: Hideaki Terashima. Encyclopedia of African studies. Kyoto: Showado. 116-119.

November 25, 2010 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2010. "Column: Sign languages in Africa" (155-156); "Sign languages" in "Languages" (156-157); "Foster, Andrew Jackson" (335). In: Oda, Hideo; Kawada, Junzo; Itani Junichiro; Tanaka, Jiro and Yoneyama, Toshinao eds. New encyclopedia of Africa. Tokyo: Heibonsha Ltd.

January 25, 2009 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2009. Sign language. In: Japanese Society of Cultural Anthropology ed. Encyclopedia of cultural anthropology. Tokyo: Maruzen. 502-503.


Book reviews

December 31, 2013 [in Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2013. Book review: Sawamura, Nobuhide & Seiji Utsumi eds. 2012. Education and development in Kenya: The dynamism of educational research on Africa. Tokyo: Akashi Shoten. In: Journal of African Studies (Africa Kenkyu) (Japan Association for African Studies) 83: 82-84.

August 26, 2012 [in Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2012. Book review: "Hottentot Venus: A novel" (Chase-Riboud, Barbara. 2003=2012. Japanese edition. Translation supervisor: Inose, Kumie. Tokyo: Hosei University Press). In: Hokkaido Shimbun (August 26, 2012). 11.

February 6, 2010 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2010. Book review: "The world of CODA: Culture of sign language and orality" (Shibuya, Tomoko. 2009. Tokyo: Igaku-shoin). In: Tosho Shimbun (The Book Review Press) 2952 (February 6, 2010): 5.

November 1, 2007 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2007. Book review: "Sign language as a minority language" (Saito, Kurumi. 2007. Tokyo: University of Tokyo Press). In: Languages, Monthly journal (Gekkan Gengo) 36(11) (November 2007): 118.

April 2003 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2003. Can cultural anthropology be a partner of cultural biology?: Book review: "The Ape and the sushi master" (De Waal, Franz. 2001=2002. Japanese edition. Translated by: Nishida, Toshisada & Rumi Fujii. Tokyo: Hara Shobo) In: Newsletter of Kyoto Network of Anthropologists 4 (April 2003): 11-13.


Translations

December 25, 2006 [Original paper in English, translated into Japanese]
Foster, Andrew J. 1975=2006. Translated into Japanese by Nobutaka Kamei. Social aspect of deafness: School years (in: VIIth World Congress of the World Federation of the Deaf: Full Citizenship for All Deaf People (July 31-August 8, 1975. USA). 354-356). In: Kamei, Nobutaka. 2006. History of the Deaf and sign languages in Africa: Visit to the "Kingdom" of Dr. Andrew J. Foster. Tokyo: Akashi Shoten. 219-227.

March 2006 [Original paper in English, translated into Japanese]
Lemaster, Barbara. 2005=2006. Translated into Japanese by Nobutaka Kamei. Session abstract: Endangered world languages: Sign languages and their variations. The 104th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association (December 2005, Washington, DC, USA). In: Sign Language Communication Studies (Shuwa Communication Kenkyu) (Japan Institute for Sign Language Studies) 59 (March 2006): 64-65.

March 2006 [Original paper in English, translated into Japanese]
Lemaster, Barbara. 2005=2006. Translated into Japanese by Nobutaka Kamei. A Theoretical Framework for the Analysis of Sign Languages Globally: The Case of Ireland. The 104th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association (December 2005, Washington, DC, USA). In: Sign Language Communication Studies (Shuwa Communication Kenkyu) (Japan Institute for Sign Language Studies) 59 (March 2006): 65-66.

March 2006 [Original paper in English, translated into Japanese]
Reilly, Charles. 2005=2006. Translated into Japanese by Nobutaka Kamei. Social inclusion fostering language growth: Case of the Deaf Thai. The 104th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association (December 2005, Washington, DC, USA). In: Sign Language Communication Studies (Shuwa Communication Kenkyu) (Japan Institute for Sign Language Studies) 59 (March 2006): 66-67.

March 2006 [Original paper in English, translated into Japanese]
Moges, Rezenet. 2005=2006. Translated into Japanese by Nobutaka Kamei. Constructing the Sign Language of Eritrea. The 104th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association (December 2005, Washington, DC, USA). In: Sign Language Communication Studies (Shuwa Communication Kenkyu) (Japan Institute for Sign Language Studies) 59 (March 2006): 67.

March 2006 [Original paper in English, translated into Japanese]
Guberman, Julie. 2005=2006. Translated into Japanese by Nobutaka Kamei. Exploring deaf and hearing language contact situations in Kenya. The 104th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association (December 2005, Washington, DC, USA). In: Sign Language Communication Studies (Shuwa Communication Kenkyu) (Japan Institute for Sign Language Studies) 59 (March 2006): 68.


Essays and short articles of newsletters

March 31, 2017 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2017. Accessible events by Cultural Symbiosis Research Institute: Caption service for the deaf in luncheon seminars. In: Journal of cultural symbiosis Research (Cultural Symbiosis Research Institute, Aichi Prefectural University) 11: 134-135.

March 31, 2017 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2017. The promotion of fieldwork skill training by Cultural Symbiosis Research Institute: The cases of the photo exhibitions and the workshops of visual anthropology. In: Journal of cultural symbiosis Research (Cultural Symbiosis Research Institute, Aichi Prefectural University) 11: 132-133.

March 31, 2017 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2017. A report on the special lecture by the Deaf guest "Harachi's way," sponsored by Cultural Symbiosis Research Institute, Aichi Prefectural University. In: Journal of cultural symbiosis Research (Cultural Symbiosis Research Institute, Aichi Prefectural University) 11: 119-120.

March 31, 2017 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2017. Let's visit the world of sign languages: The attempt of cultural anthropology and linguistics: The 1st luncheon seminar sponsored by Cultural Symbiosis Research Institute, Aichi Prefectural University. In: Journal of cultural symbiosis Research (Cultural Symbiosis Research Institute, Aichi Prefectural University) 11: 109-110.

March 2017 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka & Atsumi Miyatani. 2017. A report on the photo exhibition of the Department of International and Cultural Studies in Aeon Mall Tokoname. In: Annual report of the School of Foreign Studies, Aichi Prefectural University: 2016-2017. 103-104.

March 2017 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2017. A report on the Fieldwork Festa 2016, Department of International and Cultural Studies. In: Annual report of the School of Foreign Studies, Aichi Prefectural University: 2016-2017. 101-102.

October 31, 2016 [In Japanese]
Sugiyama, Saburo & Nobutaka Kamei. 2016. Cultural Symbiosis Research Institute, Aichi Prefectural University. In: Newsletter of the Research Institute of International Collaboration and Coexistence, Osaka Jogakuin University 10: 8.

March 31, 2016 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2016. Africa: Democracy, development and good governance: The lecture and the seminar of African area studies with Mr. Bodjona, Chargé d'Affaires of Togolese Republic of Japan. In: Journal of cultural symbiosis Research (Cultural Symbiosis Research Institute, Aichi Prefectural University) 10: 134-139.

March 31, 2016 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka ed. 2016. Featured articles "Global issues of environment and resources: Perspectives of the world and Japan in 21st century." In: Journal of cultural symbiosis Research (Cultural Symbiosis Research Institute, Aichi Prefectural University) 10: 4-48.
[The editor of the featured articles; the editor of the transcript of the lecture: Yukiko Kada "From the finding of the value of a cup of water in Africa to the conservation of Lake Biwa: What I want to tell you with the experiences of 40 years as a researcher and 8 years as the Governor of Shiga Prefecture" (5-18); the author of the following articles: "Introducton of the featured articles "Global issues of environment and resources: Perspectives of the world and Japan in 21st century"" (p.4); "Documents of the Extension course "Global issues of environment and resources: Perspectives of the world and Japan in 21st century"" (19-22); "An introduction to the ecological anthropology: The seven-million-year history of the humans (Hominina) and the environment" (23-26)]

March, 2016 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2016. Students' activities of the Department of International and Cultural Studies filmed by NHK crew and aired on TV in the program "Asaichi." In: Annual report of the School of Foreign Studies, Aichi Prefectural University: 2015-2016. p.98.

March, 2016 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2016. A report on the Fieldwork Festa 2015, Department of International and Cultural Studies. In: Annual report of the School of Foreign Studies, Aichi Prefectural University: 2015-2016. 96-97.

October 23, 2015 [in Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2015. The 4th café of child science "Approaches of the studies on African childhood: The aims and perspectives" (April 26, 2014, Mita Campus, Keio University, Minato, Tokyo, Japan). In: the website of Japanese Society of Child Science (the lecture on April 26, 2014; the manuscript submitted on October 18, 2015; uploaded on October 23, 2015).

May 15, 2015 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2015. Activists (3) Mr. Nobutaka Kamei. Against the violence of the dichotomy of "assimilation or segregation": The role of cultural anthropologists of today. In: at plus (Ohta Publishing Co.) 24 (May 2015): 142-158.

April 30, 2015 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2015. "Segregation in the name of cultural differences" ? : Apartheid and the politics of the acceptance of differences. In: Africa NOW (Africa Japan Forum) 102 (Special topic 2: Demand withdrawal Sono Ayako's essay supporting apartheid): 28-29.

March 31, 2015 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka ed. 2015. Report of the 11th Annual Child Science Conference: Symposium B "Attempts of the studies on African childhood: Children who grow up in cultural and social environments." In: Child science (Japanese Society of Child Science) 11: 53-58.
[The editor and the author of "Report and acknowledgments" (p.54); "The perspectives of the studies on African childhood: What we can learn from Africa" (p.55)]

March 2015 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2015. A report on the participation of the Department of International and Cultural Studies in the World Collaboration Festa 2014! In: Annual report of the School of Foreign Studies, Aichi Prefectural University: 2014-2015. 106-108.

March 2015 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2015. A report on the Fieldwork Festa 2014, Department of International and Cultural Studies. In: Annual report of the School of Foreign Studies, Aichi Prefectural University: 2014-2015. 104-105.

March 2015 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2015. Ajimura Yui, a student in the Department of European Studies, Division of Spanish and Latin American Studies, won the prize in the student film contest in Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico (UNAM). In: Annual report of the School of Foreign Studies, Aichi Prefectural University: 2014-2015. 99.

March 2015 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2015. TAKI Reina and HOSHINO Sawa, two students of the Department of International and Cultural Studies, won first prize in the 8th Annual Morita Cup & The Mainichi Cup: Pair Presentation Contest on Japanese Culture. In: Annual report of the School of Foreign Studies, Aichi Prefectural University: 2014-2015. 97-98.

February 2015 [in Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2015. The visit and meeting with Togo's Ambassador to Japan Bodjona. In: Journal of cultural symbiosis Research (Cultural Symbiosis Research Institute, Aichi Prefectural University) 9: 132-136.

February 2015 [in Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2015. Public lecture "Learning cultural anthropology in the university: Cases and possibilities of fieldwork training." In: Journal of cultural symbiosis Research (Cultural Symbiosis Research Institute, Aichi Prefectural University) 9: 127-131.

January 31, 2015 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2015. Play and life of children of peoples in the world: A perspective of cultural anthropology. In: Annual report of Archaeological Research Center of Kanagawa Prefecture. 26 (2013-2014). 34.

April 1, 2014 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2014. Discussions 2: Leaning well-being from the history of African sign languages. In: NHK textbook: Social welfare seminar (NHK publishing) April-July 2014: 110-113.

March, 2014 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2014. A report on the "Joint students' film festival by St. Andrew's University and Aichi Prefectural University." In: Annual report of the School of Foreign Studies, Aichi Prefectural University: 2013-2014. 106-108.

March, 2014 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2014. A report on the participation of the Department of International and Cultural Studies in the World Collaboration Festa 2013! In: Annual report of the School of Foreign Studies, Aichi Prefectural University: 2013-2014. 100-103.

March, 2014 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2014. A report on the Fieldwork Festa 2013, Department of International and Cultural Studies. In: Annual report of the School of Foreign Studies, Aichi Prefectural University: 2013-2014. 98-99.

March 25, 2013 [In Japanese]
Goto, Akira & Nobutaka Kamei. 2013. Meeting report: Report of the special sessions "Ecological anthropology of today" by Chubu Society of Anthropology. In: Newsletter of the Society for Ecological Anthropology 18: 44-46.

March, 2013 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2013. A report on the Fieldwork Festa 2012, Department of International and Cultural Studies. In: Annual report of the School of Foreign Studies, Aichi Prefectural University: 2012-2013. 86-87.

March, 2013 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2013. A report on the study camp for new students, Department of International and Cultural Studies. In: Annual report of the School of Foreign Studies, Aichi Prefectural University: 2012-2013. 40-41.

July 20, 2012 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2012. World created by play. In: Special feature: New ways of worldmaking, Kohkoku: Where art and science fall in love (Hakuhodo) 389 (August 2012): 146-147.

March, 2012 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2012. A report on the "Fieldwork Festa," Department of International and Cultural Studies. In: Annual report of the School of Foreign Studies, Aichi Prefectural University: 2011-2012. 152-153.

March, 2012 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2012. A report on the study camp for new students, Department of International and Cultural Studies. In: Annual report of the School of Foreign Studies, Aichi Prefectural University: 2011-2012. 36-37.

August 30, 2011 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2011. Four traffic IC cards. In: Newsletter of the Faculty and Staff Union of Aichi Prefectural University. 123: 12-13.

January 31, 2011 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2011. A new concept in the studies on African childhood (p.3); KAMEI Nobutaka's talk: Thinking about studies on African childhood by tracing "Little "hunters" in the forest" (pp.4-10). In: Africa NOW (Africa Japan Forum) 90 (Special topic: The studies on African childhood).

In press [In English]
Kamei, Nobutaka. In press. Visiting the birthplace of Deaf education in West Africa. In: GNAD Newsletter (Ghana National Association of the Deaf) xx: yy-zz.

November 1, 2010 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2010. An interpreter X a cultural anthropologist (12) Cultural relativism. In: Tsubasa (Japanese Association of Sign Language Interpreters (JASLI)) 226 (November 2010): 10-11.

October 1, 2010 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2010. An interpreter X a cultural anthropologist (11) Writing culture. In: Tsubasa (Japanese Association of Sign Language Interpreters (JASLI)) 225 (October 2010): 8-9.

September 1, 2010 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2010. An interpreter X a cultural anthropologist (10) Practice. In: Tsubasa (Japanese Association of Sign Language Interpreters (JASLI)) 224 (September 2010): 16-17.

August 1, 2010 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2010. An interpreter X a cultural anthropologist (9) Definition of culture. In: Tsubasa (Japanese Association of Sign Language Interpreters (JASLI)) 223 (August 2010): 8-9.

July 1, 2010 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2010. The first exhibition of sign languages (Featured articles "Languages of the world, the world of languages"). In: Monthly Minpaku (National Museum of Ethnology) 34(7) (July 2010): 5.

July 1, 2010 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2010. An interpreter X a cultural anthropologist (8) Functionalism / structuralism. In: Tsubasa (Japanese Association of Sign Language Interpreters (JASLI)) 222 (July 2010): 8-9.

June 1, 2010 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2010. An interpreter X a cultural anthropologist (7) Etic / emic. In: Tsubasa (Japanese Association of Sign Language Interpreters (JASLI)) 221 (June 2010): 16-17.

May 1, 2010 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2010. An interpreter X a cultural anthropologist (6) Folk taxonomy. In: Tsubasa (Japanese Association of Sign Language Interpreters (JASLI)) 220 (May 2010): 8-9.

April 1, 2010 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2010. An interpreter X a cultural anthropologist (5) Field notes. In: Tsubasa (Japanese Association of Sign Language Interpreters (JASLI)) 219 (April 2010): 10-11.

March 1, 2010 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2010. An interpreter X a cultural anthropologist (4) Universality. In: Tsubasa (Japanese Association of Sign Language Interpreters (JASLI)) 218 (March 2010): 10-11.

February 1, 2010 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2010. An interpreter X a cultural anthropologist (3) Rapport. In: Tsubasa (Japanese Association of Sign Language Interpreters (JASLI)) 217 (February 2010): 10-11.

February 2010 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2010. Interview: Cross-cultural understanding and how to learn sign language (Interviewer: Kazushi MATSUDA). In: Equal (Society of Better Communication) 89 (February 2010): 16-25.

January 1, 2010 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2010. An interpreter X a cultural anthropologist (2) Participant observation. In: Tsubasa (Japanese Association of Sign Language Interpreters (JASLI)) 216 (January 2010): 14-15.

December 1, 2009 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2009. An interpreter X a cultural anthropologist (1) Fieldwork. In: Tsubasa (Japanese Association of Sign Language Interpreters (JASLI)) 215 (December 2009): 10-11.

December 2009 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2009. Dr. MOMOSE, the great advisor who changed my life twice. In: Editorial Board of the remembrance book for the late Dr. MOMOSE Kuniyasu ed. Remembrance book for the late Dr. MOMOSE Kuniyasu. 26-32.

October 11, 2009 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2009. Sunday wide: Cultural page: Multicultural world of sign languages. In: The Seikyo Shimbun (October 11, 2009). 6.

September 15, 2009 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2009. Interview with the paperback author in the news (8) Cultural anthropological approach to sign languages and Deaf cultures : Mr. Nobutaka KAMEI (Cultural anthropologist) (interviewed by Yoko YUHARA on July 28, 2009, uploaded on the website on September 15, 2009). In: Kaze (Association Press).

April 1, 2009 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2009. Makudo or Makku for McDonald's?: Sign language interpretation and dialects (Relay talk No.141). In: Tsubasa (Japanese Association of Sign Language Interpreters (JASLI)) 207 (April 2009): 18-20.

January 20, 2009 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2009. How did I encounter African sign languages (interview). In: Field+ (Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies) 1 (January 2009): 26-29.

January 2009 [In Japanese]
Akiyama, Nami & Nobutaka Kamei. 2009. Rosha no mesen, chosha no kizuki (View of the Deaf, finding of the hearing). In: NHK Minna no shuwa (Sign language for everyone) (January-March 2009). Tokyo: Nihon Hoso Shuppan Kyokai. 74-76.

December 28, 2008 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2008. Impression of the lecture "Campus life and sign languages." In: KSKQ Ichigo Ichie (Japan Deaf Student Association) January 2009: 18-19.

November 26, 2008 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2008. Special lecture: Achievements of Andrew J. Foster, the pioneer of deaf education in Africa. In: Zenchokyo (Japan Association of Deaf Teachers) 45: 18-29.

October 2008 [In Japanese]
Akiyama, Nami & Nobutaka Kamei. 2008. Rosha no mesen, chosha no kizuki (View of the Deaf, finding of the hearing) In: NHK Minna no shuwa (Sign language for everyone) (October-December 2008). Tokyo: Nihon Hoso Shuppan Kyokai. 74-78.

July 2008 [In Japanese]
Akiyama, Nami & Nobutaka Kamei. 2008. Rosha no mesen, chosha no kizuki (View of the Deaf, finding of the hearing) In: NHK Minna no shuwa (Sign language for everyone) (July-September 2008). Tokyo: Nihon Hoso Shuppan Kyokai. 74-76.

June 2008 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2008. Essay in the field: Visit to the origin of African sign languages. In: Monthly Minpaku (National Museum of Ethnology) 32(6) (June 2008): 22-23.

April 2008 [In Japanese]
Akiyama, Nami & Nobutaka Kamei. 2008. Rosha no mesen, chosha no kizuki (View of the Deaf, finding of the hearing) In: NHK Minna no shuwa (Sign language for everyone) (April-June 2008). Tokyo: Nihon Hoso Shuppan Kyokai. 74-78.

March 2008 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2008. Encounter of minority studies and development studies: Essay of the winner of 2007 JASID Award for Excellent Work by Young Researchers. In: ILCAA Newsletter (Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies) 122 (March 2008): 11-12.

March 2, 2008 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2008. An approach to the multi-talented fieldworkers: Introduction of publication by the author: Actions in the fields. In: Mail magazine of the 21st Century COE Program, Kwansei Gakuin University 67 (March 2, 2008).

February 22, 2008 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2008. Essay on happiness studies (65) How can we discuss human well-being?: Reviews and perspectives of the 21st Century COE Program. In: Mail magazine of the 21st Century COE Program, Kwansei Gakuin University 66 (February 22, 2008).

January 15, 2008 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2008. Essay of the winner of 2007 JASID Award for Excellent Work by Young Researchers. In: Newsletter of the Japan Society for International Development 19(1) (January 2008): 18.

January 15, 2008 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2008. Report of the Session 9 "Africa," the 18th Annual Meeting of JASID. In: Newsletter of the Japan Society for International Development 19(1) (January 2008): 5-6.

January 2008 [In Japanese]
Akiyama, Nami & Nobutaka Kamei. 2008. Rosha no ibun, chosha no honne (Opinions of the Deaf, feelings of the hearing) In: NHK Minna no shuwa (Sign language for everyone) (January-March 2008). Tokyo: Nihon Hoso Shuppan Kyokai. 80-83.

December 21, 2007 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2007. Interview with Africanists (13) Mr. Nobutaka KAMEI (interviewed by Shoko YAMADA and Yumiko NIIYA on November 21, 2007, uploaded on the website on December 21, 2007). In: Website Forests of Africa, GRIPS Development Forum, National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies.

December 3, 2007 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2007. Book guide for well-being studies and social research: Methodology of intellectual production in the field. In: Mail magazine of the 21st Century COE Program, Kwansei Gakuin University 59 (December 3, 2007).

November 2007 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2007. My small manifesto. In: ILCAA Newsletter (Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies) 121 (November 2007): 28.

October 2007 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2007. Around the world: Visit to the signing communities in Africa (3) A Deaf school, Cameroon. In: Teaching English Now (Sanseido) 10 (Fall 2007): 0 (inside cover).

October 2, 2007 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2007. Essay on happiness studies (46) A researcher's experiences in multi-lingual communities. In: Mail magazine of the 21st Century COE Program, Kwansei Gakuin University 53 (October 2, 2007).

August 2, 2007 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2007. Essay on happiness studies (42) The oldest social research in the history. In: Mail magazine of the 21st Century COE Program, Kwansei Gakuin University 49 (August 2, 2007).

July 12, 2007 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2007. Book guide for well-being studies and social research: Incomplete confession. In: Mail magazine of the 21st Century COE Program, Kwansei Gakuin University 47 (July 12, 2007).

June 2, 2007 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2007. Essay on happiness studies (36) Mail magazine in education! In: Mail magazine of the 21st Century COE Program, Kwansei Gakuin University 43 (June 2, 2007).

April 2007 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2007. Around the world: Visit to the signing communities in Africa (2) A Deaf village, Ghana. In: Teaching English Now (Sanseido) 9 (Summer 2007): 0 (inside cover).

March 2, 2007 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2007. Essay on happiness studies (29) Real characters of the pioneer. In: Mail magazine of the 21st Century COE Program, Kwansei Gakuin University 36 (March 2, 2007).

February 22, 2007 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2007. Essay on happiness studies (28) Strange controversies over unauthorized quotations. In: Mail magazine of the 21st Century COE Program, Kwansei Gakuin University 35 (February 22, 2007).

February 13, 2007 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2007. Book guide for well-being studies and social research: False social research: An introduction to the research literacy. In: Mail magazine of the 21st Century COE Program, Kwansei Gakuin University 34 (February 13, 2007).

February 2007 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2007. Around the world: Visit to the signing communities in Africa (1) A Deaf church, Nigeria. In: Teaching English Now (Sanseido) 8 (Spring 2007): 0 (inside cover).

January 22, 2007 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2007. Introduction of publication by the author: History of Deaf people and sign languages in Africa: Fieldwork in the "kingdom" derived from Andrew J. Foster. In: Mail magazine of the 21st Century COE Program, Kwansei Gakuin University 32 (January 22, 2007).

December 22, 2006 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2006. Book guide for well-being studies and social research: Kalashnikov assault rifles, vol. II. In: Mail magazine of the 21st Century COE Program, Kwansei Gakuin University 30 (December 22, 2006).

December 12, 2006 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2006. Book guide for well-being studies and social research: A boy printed in a postcard. In: Mail magazine of the 21st Century COE Program, Kwansei Gakuin University 29 (December 12, 2006).

December 2, 2006 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2006. Book guide for well-being studies and social research: South Africa: Steps to the "Rainbow nation". In: Mail magazine of the 21st Century COE Program, Kwansei Gakuin University 28 (December 2, 2006).

November 2, 2006 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2006. Book guide for well-being studies and social research: Happiness studies by the author of "The naked ape". In: Mail magazine of the 21st Century COE Program, Kwansei Gakuin University 25 (November 2, 2006).

October 20, 2006 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2006. In: Resource Anthropology DATA & REPORT (Feature: Humankind & Resources) 8: 1.

October 2, 2006 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2006. Essay on happiness studies (15) Two indices to measure human well-being. In: Mail magazine of the 21st Century COE Program, Kwansei Gakuin University 22 (October 2, 2006).

September 12, 2006 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2006. Book guide for well-being studies and social research: Skills for research activities: An introduction to social research for citizens. In: Mail magazine of the 21st Century COE Program, Kwansei Gakuin University 20 (September 12, 2006).

September 2, 2006 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2006. Book guide for well-being studies and social research: Sociology to disbelieve the common sense: Sensibilities of qualitative research. In: Mail magazine of the 21st Century COE Program, Kwansei Gakuin University 19 (September 2, 2006).

August 2, 2006 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2006. Essay on happiness studies (11) English for whom? In: Mail magazine of the 21st Century COE Program, Kwansei Gakuin University 18 (August 2, 2006).

July 22, 2006 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2006. Essay on happiness studies (10) A mystery of Portuguese. In: Mail magazine of the 21st Century COE Program, Kwansei Gakuin University 17 (July 22, 2006).

July 12, 2006 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2006. Book guide for well-being studies and social research: Overseas academic research in modern Japan. In: Mail magazine of the 21st Century COE Program, Kwansei Gakuin University 16 (July 12, 2006).

July 2006 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2006. Deaf people and cell-phone messages: Cameroon. In: Monthly Minpaku (National Museum of Ethnology) 30(7) (July 2006): 6-7.

June 2, 2006 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2006. Book guide for well-being studies and social research: Reflections on Human Development. In: Mail magazine of the 21st Century COE Program, Kwansei Gakuin University 12 (June 2, 2006).

May 12, 2006 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2006. Essay on happiness studies (3) Applied anthropological cinema: Erin Brockovich. In: Mail magazine of the 21st Century COE Program, Kwansei Gakuin University 10 (May 12, 2006).

April 24, 2006 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2006. Essay on happiness studies (1) Social research that produces casualties. In: Mail magazine of the 21st Century COE Program, Kwansei Gakuin University 8 (April 24, 2006).

October 19, 2005 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2005. Norms and orders of sign languages. In: Newsletter of "Plurality and science, technology, art (PaSTA)," the 21st COE Program of the Graduate School of Literature, Kyoto University 14 (October 19, 2005): 3-4.

January 15, 2005 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2005. Note for accepting a Deaf member. In: Newsletter of the Japan Society for International Development 16(1) (January 15, 2005): 29.

November 2002 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2002. Little hunter-gatherers: Subsistence activities by the Baka children. In: Newsletter of the Society for Ecological Anthropology 8 (2002): 12-13.

October 2001 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2001. Perspectives of Deaf ethnography. In: Newsletter of Kyoto Network of Anthropologists 1 (2001): 7-11.

October 2001 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2001. Play of the children of the Baka hunter-gatherers. In: Newsletter of the Society for Ecological Anthropology 7 (2001): 2-3.

April 17, 2000 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2000. International exchanges of Deaf communities: Exposition of African Deaf art. In: Africa on Line (mail magazine) (Africa Japan Forum (AJF)) 46 (April 17, 2000).

December 6, 1999 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 1999. What is happening in Cameroon? In: Africa on Line (mail magazine) (Africa Japan Forum (AJF)) 28 (December 6, 1999).


Textbooks and pamphlets

October 24, 2015 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka ed. 2015. Global issues of environment and resources: Perspectives of the world and Japan in 21st century (Extension course 2015, Aichi Prefectural University). Nagakute: Regional Liaison Center, Aichi Prefectural University.
[The editor and the contributor of "The purpose of the extension course" (p.1) and "An introduction to the ecological anthropology: The seven-million-year history of the humans (Hominina) and the environment" (pp.5-10)]
[total: 58 pages]

July 26, 2014 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2014. Public lecture: Learning cultural anthropology in the university: Cases and possibilities of fieldwork training (July 26, 2014, Winc Aichi, Nakamura, Nagoya, Aichi, Japan). Tokyo: Japanese Society of Cultural Anthropology.
[The editor and the contributor of "The purpose of the public lecture: Learning in the university, learning outside the university" (p.2) and "Photo exhibitions with students: Photography skills in the field and the attitude of release" (pp.4-5)]
[total: 14 pages]

October 28, 2013 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2013. Africa and Europe. In: Takenaka, Katsuyuki ed. Boundary of cultures in the era of globalization: Challenges of Europe that manages diversity (Extension course 2013, Aichi Prefectural University). Nagakute: Regional Liaison Center, Aichi Prefectural University. 33-36.

April 1, 2007 [In Japanese]
Akiyama, Nami & Nobutaka Kamei. 2007. Deafness, languages and cultures (2nd edition). Nishinomiya: Kwansei Gakuin University Press.
[total: 42 pages]

November 2006 [In Japanese]
Kamei, Nobutaka. 2006. Sign languages: Languages of the Deaf. In: New Crown English Series, New Edition: Worksheets (2006). Tokyo: Sanseido. 50-51.

April 1, 2006 [In Japanese]
Akiyama, Nami & Nobutaka Kamei. 2006. Deafness, languages and cultures. Nishinomiya: Kwansei Gakuin University Press.
[total: 39 pages]


Editorial staff; collaboration for the editing

In press [In Japanese] NEW!
Tanaka, Jiro. In press. Explorations to African cultures: Half century's history and beyond. Kyoto: Kyoto University Press.
[Offered a photograph]

March 31, 2017 [in Japanese]
Journal of cultural symbiosis Research (Cultural Symbiosis Research Institute, Aichi Prefectural University) 11.
[total: 136 pages]
[A member of the editorial staff]

August 31, 2016 [in Japanese]
Kawai-juku ed. 2016. Active learning in the university: From the introduction to the curriculum management. Tokyo: Toshindo.
[Collaboration to the interview and the correction for the chapter "Department of International and Cultural Studies, School of Foreign Studies, Aichi Prefectural University" (pp.311-318)]

March 31, 2016 [in Japanese]
Journal of cultural symbiosis Research (Cultural Symbiosis Research Institute, Aichi Prefectural University) 10.
[total: 140 pages]
[Editor-in-chief]

February 2015 [in Japanese]
Journal of cultural symbiosis Research (Cultural Symbiosis Research Institute, Aichi Prefectural University) 9.
[total: 142 pages]
[Editor-in-chief]

December 12, 2012 [In Japanese]
Yamada, Shoko. 2012. Roundtable on the studies of African childhood: A summary and report. In: Africa Educational Research Journal (Africa Educational Research Forum) 3 (December 2012): 1-27.
[the organizer of the roundtable on the studies of African childhood, collaborator for the proofreading]

February 28, 2010 [In Japanese]
Kimura, Daiji & Koichi Kitanishi eds. 2010. People, nature and history of African tropical forests 1: From ecological perspectives. Kyoto: Kyoto University Press.
[A member of the editorial committee]

July 20, 2009 [In Japanese]
Editorial Board of the remembrance book for the late Dr. OHTSUKA Kazuo ed. 2009. Arigato (Thank you): Life history of Dr. OTSUKA Kazuo, a social anthropologist. Fuchu: Editorial Board of the remembrance book for the late Dr. OTSUKA Kazuo.
[Proofreading staff]

March 2005 [In Japanese]
21st Century COE Program, Kwansei Gakuin University. 2005. Advanced Social Research (Sentan Shakai Kenkyu) 2.
[Chief of the editorial staff]

December 2004 [In Japanese]
21st Century COE Program, Kwansei Gakuin University. 2004. Advanced Social Research (Sentan Shakai Kenkyu) 1.
[Chief of the editorial staff]



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