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The research workshops of Japanese History in Doshisha Univ.
In Doshisha University, there are several research workshops of Japanese history by students and teaching staff. Please click below items for getting information of the regular meeting.
Editor, my title
Archaeology is not a study only to dig.
We, the archaeologists, have a responsibility to serve for society through
the reseach; publish the various achievements of excavation for academic and all the people who are minded in history,
progress the study with the information sharing.
Nonetheless, the important data are often in the good amount of daggy informations.
Moreover, the important information can be understood only by professional academics.
This is why we the archaeologists have to aspect and explain that information to general public;
there are several reports for excavation, museological item lists, and general information manuals.
Almost all of archaeologists write drafts, draw pictures, set layout, select a material to run, ask someone to write, and so on by his/herself
because of the limitation of budget.
It indeed is very hard when we must be both an author and an editor.
However, they find and learn many things from the organization and aggregation; sometimes with new discovery.
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