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