Capacity Building Program 人材育成事業 2021-2023

筑波大学は2020年4月より文化庁から文化遺産保護国際貢献事業(文化遺産国際協力拠点交流事業)の委託を受け、サンボー・プレイ・クック遺跡群の保全にかかる人材育成プログラムを実施しています。

このプログラムでは、a) 遺産保護の専門家を育成する大学生研修プログラム、b) 煉瓦造遺構の修理工事を担う技能員研修プログラム、c) 遺産管理の実務職員のための研修プログラム、を行っています。

 

University of Tsukuba and cooperative experts in Japan and Cambodia are carrying out the capacity building program of the experts and students for safeguarding Sambor Prei Kuk since April 2020 with the financial support from Agency for Cultural Affairs of Japanese Government. 

This program contained three programs; (A) Program for University Students, (B) Program for Field Conservators, and (C) Program for Experts.

 


Year 1 (November 2020~March 2021)

(A) Program for Young Expert

Field training program for the Cambodian university students at archaeological site of Sambor Prei Kuk

(from 24th February to 9th March, 2021)

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(B) Program for Field Conservator

Technical training program for field conservators of brick structures

(from November 2020 to March 2021)

(C) Program for Expert (October 6 and 7, November 10 to 13, 2020)

"Online Exchanging program between two Asian ancient cities in the 7th and 8th century, Sambor Prei Kuk (Cambodia) and Nara (Japan)

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Year 2 (September 2021~March 2022)

(A) Program for Young Expert

Field training program for the Cambodian university students at archaeological site of Sambor Prei Kuk

(from 19th February to 4th March, 2022)

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(B) Program for Field Conservator

Technical training program for filed conservators who are working at the restoration site of brick structures.

(from September 2021 to March 2022)

(C) Program for Expert (November 24-26, December 6-9, 2021)

"Online Exchanging Program for Research and Preservation of the Archaeological Typed Urban Heritage"

Various field of experts who are the member of National Authority for Sambor Prei Kuk and Department of Cultural and Fine Arts in Kompong Thom province were participated this online program.

Seven Japanese experts provided lectures on the archaeological method, museum plan and management, and conservation technique of brick structures. Then, Japanese and Cambodian experts exchanged their idea and experiences on each topics.

 Day 1: 24th November

Lecture by INOUE Kazuto (Nara National Research Institute for Cultural Properties)

“For Discussing the Archaeological Research Plan at Sambor Prei Kuk: Long-Term Research Method and Challenges for Studying on the Ancient City”

 

Day 2: 25th November

Lecture by NEGITA Yoshio (Museum of Yayoi Culture)

“Expected Roles for the Archaeological Site Museum”

 

Day 3: 26th November

Lecture by MOTOMURA Mitsuyasu and OKADA Kenichi (Archaeological Institute of Kashihara)

“Research Method for Paddy Field: Identified History from the Research on the Ancient Paddy Fields”

 

Day 4: 6th December

Lecture by YOSHIMURA Kazuaki (Archaeological Institute of Kashihara)

“Planning and Management Method of Museum Exhibition”

 

Day 5: 7th December

Lecture by KANEDA Akihiro (Nara National Research Institute for Cultural Properties)

“Archaeological Research Method of Ground Penetration Radar Survey”

 

Day 6: 8th December

Lecture by SHIMODA Ichita (University of Tsukuba)

“Past and Future Researches on Sambor Prei Kuk for Identifying the Architecture and Urban Values”

 

Day 7: 9th December

Lecture by MATSUI Toshiya (University of Tsukuba)

“Investigation for Conservation and Utilization of Buildings Made with Bricks: A Case of TOMIOKA Silk Mill”

 

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Year 3 (June 2022~March 2023)

(A) Program for Young Expert

Field training program for the Cambodian university students at archaeological site of Sambor Prei Kuk

(from 25th July to 7th August, 2022)

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