- Title Pages
- Message from Ainu-Mosir
- 1 Beyond Ainu Studies
- 2 Ainu Ethnography
- 3 Tourists, Anthropologists, and Visions of Indigenous Society in Japan
- 4 Tokyo Ainu and the Urban Indigenous Experience
- 5 Charanke
- 6 As a Child of Ainu
- 7 Is Ainu History Japanese History?
- 8 Ainu and Hunter-Gatherer Studies
- 9 Trade and the Paradigm Shift in Research on Ainu Hunting Practices
- 10 Our Ancestors’ Handprints
- 11 The Gender of Cloth
- 12 From Collecting Words to Writing Grammars
- 13 The Ainu, Law, and Legal Mobilization, 1984–2009
- Production Notes
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