Older house in Kyoto, located in quiet neighborhood near Kitaoji Station and Kamo River, available for short (2-3 months) or long (1-2) years) term rental from late July 2015.
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The Society for East Asian Anthropology invites submissions for the 2015 Francis L.K. Hsu Book Prize. The prize of $300 is given to the English-language book published in the previous calendar year (2014) judged to have made the most significant contribution to the field of East Asia Anthropology. The prize is named for the late Francis L.K. Hsu (1909-2000), renowned cross-cultural anthropologist and former President (1977-78) of the American Anthropological Association.