TAKAKURA Jun Assistant Professor
Research Subject

My research focuses on the dispersals of modern humans and the emergence of microblade technology in Northeastern Asia. To address these issues, I am conducting excavations of the Paleolithic sites and comparative analyses of the lithic assemblages in Northeastern Asia. Currently I am addressing the study of the learning behaviors of lithic production technology in terns of human evolution.

Research Fields
Archaeology, Scientific Studies on Cultural Properties
Graduate School - Division / Department / Laboratory
Division of Humanities / Department of History / Laboratory of Archaeology

Email: jun-ta(at)let.hokudai.ac.jp
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