Directory of Researchers

KIKUCHI Makoto
Graduate School of Humanities / Division of Human Social Dynamics
Associate Professor
History
Last Updated :2022/09/16

Researcher Profile and Settings

Affiliation

  • <Faculty / Graduate School / Others>

    Graduate School of Humanities / Division of Human Social Dynamics
  • <Related Faculty / Graduate School / Others>

    Faculty of Letters / Department of Humanities

Teaching

Research Activities

MISC

  • 学芸員募集にみる非正規雇用の実態と労働環境

    菊地 真

    2018, 博物館研究, 53 (7), 15 - 18

    [Invited]

  • 採用募集情報に基づく非正規学芸員の動向

    菊地 真

    2018, 博物館学雑誌, 43 (2), 109 - 124, Japanese

    Report scientific journal

  • 菊地 真

    神戸大学文学部, 2017, 神戸大学人文学研究科紀要, 44 (44), 109 - 127, Japanese

    Report research institution

  • 菊地 真

    2016, 神戸大学人文学研究科紀要, (43), 89 - 148

    Report research institution

  • 災害・防災をテーマとした展示と大学地理教育

    菊地 真

    2015, 兵庫地理, (60), 19 - 28

    Report scientific journal

  • 創る、美術と展示~「おやこでえほんづくり」展の現場から~

    菊地 真, 村瀬 健

    2014, ムゼイオン 立教大学博物館研究, (59), 11 - 27

  • Distribution of microtopography and changes of a town at a Niigata-machi in the modern period

    菊地 真

    新潟史学会, 2012, 新潟史学, (68), 21 - 36, Japanese

    [Refereed]

  • 都幾川下流・早俣低地の埋没微地形と遺跡立地

    菊地 真

    2009, 人文科学研究(新潟大学), (125), 1 - 13

  • 東松山市反町遺跡の調査

    2006, 遺跡発掘調査報告会発表要旨, 39, 20 - 23

  • Excavation of sorimachi site at higasimatuyama-shi,saitama prefecture

    2006, Announcement abstracts on briefing session of sites excavation, 39, 20 - 23

  • 長門府中藩毛利家屋敷地の事例に見る江戸城下町の形成と土地改変

    2003, 歴史地理学, 45(3) (通号 214), 18 - 31

    [Refereed]

  • The formation and land alteration of the Edo castle town: a case of the premises of the Chofu Clan of the Moris

    2003, The Historical geography, 45(3) (通号 214), 18 - 31

  • KIKUCHI Makoto

    What explains settlement location in the Jomon Period? This study reports the relation between settlement location and the natural environment, especially aquatic adaptation, at Tokyo Bay and Kujukuri Plain of the coastal Simosa Upland in Boso Peninsula.
    A number of settlements with shell mounds were distributed around the former Tokyo Bay in the First Jomon Period (ca. 5, 500-5, 200 14Cyrs BP). These settlements show assimilation to the environment of the Holocene. Furthermore, all the settlements were located on uplands and terraces facing the valley head. They overlap the spring zone, and springs are located within a radius of 200 meters around the settlement. The people usually refined nuts (e. g. horse chestnuts, acorns), a process that requires much water from springs. Settlement locations in Jomon Period reflected the presence of springs and showd adaptation to the aquatic environment.

    Japan Association for Quaternary Research, 2001, The Quat. Res., 40 (3), 171 - 183, Japanese

  • 縄文時代後期における拠点集落の領域渋谷区豊沢貝塚を中心として

    2001, 物質文化, 70, 1 - 16

  • Settlement and its territory of the Late Jomon Period in the Southeast Musashino Area

    2001, Material culture;A Journal of archaeologico-folkloric studies, 70, 1 - 16

Presentations

  • 神戸大学における地理学教育とESD、災害教育の実践

    菊地 真

    人文地理学会, 13 Nov. 2016, Domestic conference

    Oral presentation

  • Methods for reconstructing the evolution of landscapes in alluvial lowlands for geoarcheology in Japan

    KIKUCHI Makoto

    WAC8 World Archaeology Congress, 28 Aug. 2016, International conference

    Poster presentation

  • Methods for reconstructing the evolution of archaeological landscapes in alluvial lowlands of Japan over the past 2,000 year

    KIKUCHI Makoto

    XIX INQUA International Union for Quaternary Research, 27 Jul. 2015, International conference

    Poster presentation

  • Development of microtopography in alluvial lowlands and historical transition of provincial city : a case study from Niigata, Japan

    KIKUCHI Makoto

    International Conference of Historical Geographers, 05 Jul. 2015, International conference

    Poster presentation

  • 大学における博学連携の実践~神戸大学内での博物館資源の教育への活用例~

    菊地 真

    全日本博物館学会第41回研究大会, 28 Jun. 2015, Domestic conference

    Oral presentation

Association Memberships

  • 日本博物館協会

  • THE MUSEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF JAPAN

  • The Human Geographical Society of Japan