Emanuele Guglielmini | CJS Fellow

February 13, 2023

Emanuele GuglielminiAs an archaeologist working on Hokkaido, accessing data that is stored in Japan is paramount to the advancement of my research. Thanks to the generous support from the Center of Japanese Studies I was able to travel to Sapporo on two occasions and work at a laboratory extracting ancient plant materials from soil samples. The data I am recovering will hopefully help me uncover the history of human-environment relations and foodways in the region, which will constitute the bulk of my Ph.D. dissertation. I feel confident in saying that my experience as a doctoral student at Berkeley would not have been as smooth were it not for the opportunities CJS provides.

Emanuele Guglielmini
Department of Anthropology
CJS Fellow