The artifact mounting is also from Ainu
and included the work of Augustin and Louis-Albin de Chavagnac.
Marinez also reveals how the Pan diaspora explains the mound builders on each continent, the presence of "white" humans in Native American legend, the red-haired mummies found in China, and the Ainu
Unlike the Japanese, Ainu
tend to have rounded eyes, larger bones and generally more body and facial hair.
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Whereas the early focus was mainly on literatures from western Europe, in subsequent decades WLT became truly global in its coverage, in recent years placing even greater emphasis on minority languages and literatures like Ainu
, Kurdish, and Zapotec.
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He deconstructs the notion of pureness, homogeneity, and undivided lineage to study the status of Ainu
, burakumin, Koreans, and foreign workers who are often considered second-rate Japanese or are denied of this nationality altogether.
24) In addition, the Ainu
peoples of the northern island of Ezo, in a lopsided trading relationship with the Matsumae family, began to ship "tens of thousands" of deerskins to the Japanese market, and this trade lasted for the majority of the Edo period, although again, by the eighteenth century, the imports diminished dramatically because of over-hunting.
bunka no shinko narabini ainu
no dentoto ni kansuru
The Sakhalin Ainu
of Japan complain of 'bear headaches' that 'sound' like the heavy steps of a bear, in contrast to either 'deer or woodpecker headaches'.
pdf (accessed March 3, 2009); one study estimated the number of "non-Japanese Japanese" at the turn of this century at 4-6 million: Ainu
(25,000); Koreans (700,000-1 million); Chinese (200,000); children of mixed ancestry (10,000-25,000); "foreigners" (150,000-200,000).