顧坤惠 副教授
Ku, Kun-Hui
研究室:人社院C622室
電話:03-5715131 #42827
傳真:03-5722800
E-mail:khku@mx.nthu.edu.tw
主要田野區域:台灣、島嶼東南亞
研究領域:南島語系社會與文化、宗教、歷史人類學、物質文化、法律人類學
網頁:
Kun-hui Ku
經典研讀II:法律、文化與社會
台灣族群與文化:南島語族
Open Anthropology Cooperative

學歷:

  • PhD in Social Anthropology, King’s College, University of Cambridge, UK.
  • M.A. in Symbolic Anthropology, University of Western Ontario, Canada.
  • B.A. in Philosophy, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan.

經歷:

  • 2018秋  Visiting scholar, Department of Anthropology, UBC, Canada
  • 2014春  Visiting Scholar, Department of Social Anthropology, Cambridge, UK
  • 2007.8-  Associate Professor, The Institute of Anthropology, National Tsinghua University, Taiwan
  • 2005-2006  Harvard Yenching Institute Visiting Scholar, USA.
  • 2001-2007  Assistant Professor, The Institute of Anthropology, National Tsinghua University, Taiwan.

區域課程 Area courses:

  • (ANTH) Austronesian Societies and Cultures (南島語系社會與文化)
  • (HSS) Austronesian Taiwan (台灣南島社會與文化;同”台灣族群與文化:南島語族”)

基礎綜論課程 Foundations:

  • (ANTH) Contemporary Human Conditions: Anthropological Perspectives (當代人類處境專題)
  • (ANTH) Seminar on Cultural Anthropology (文化人類學專題)
  • (ANTH) On Reading Ethnography (民族誌導讀)
  • (HSS) Selected Readings of Classic Ethnographies (經典民族誌選讀)

主題課程 Topics:

  • (ANTH) Anthropology of Religion (宗教人類學); Anthropological Studies of Christianity (基督宗教人類學)
  • (ANTH) Material Culture (物質文化); The Material and the Symbolic (物與象徵)
  • (ANTH) Historical Anthropology (歷史人類學)
  • (ANTH) Contemporary Issues in Austronesian Taiwan(當代台灣南島議題)
  • (ANTH) Independent Study (IS) : Commodity, Value and Consumption(商品、價值與消費)
  • (ANTH) IS: Food Issues and the Anthropology of Development(食物與發展人類學)
  • (ANTH) IS: Anthropology of Art(藝術人類學民族誌選讀)
  • (HSS) Legal Culture and Everyday Life (法律文化與日常生活)
  • (HSS) Advanced Seminar on Indigenous Peoples of Taiwan (台灣原住民專題)
  • (HSS) Interdisciplinary Research on Formosan indigenous peoples (台灣原住民族研究)
  • 2016  Convener, international conference on Hierarchy and Egalitarianism in Austronesia/ Oceania, NTHU, 12/2-3.
  • 2016  Convener and Chair, working session: Hierarchy and Egalitarianism in Austronesia/ Oceania (II). ASAO San Diego, CA, USA, 2/9-14.
  • 2015  Convener and Chair, informal session: Hierarchy and Egalitarianism in Austronesia/ Oceania. ASAO, Santa Fe, NM, USA, 2/3-7
  • 2014  Convener, panels “The State and Indigenous Peoples” and “New Religious Movement” at The 2014 International Conference on Formosan Indigenous Peoples: Contemporary Perspectives. Academia Sinica, 9/15-17.
  • 2014  co-Convener and Chair, Symposium: Naming Systems and Naming Relations in Austronesia/Oceania. ASAO, Kona, Honolulu, USA, 2/5-8
  • 2013  Convener, round table “Indigenous Court in Taiwan” NTHU.
  • 2013  co-Convener and Chair, Working Session: Naming Systems and Naming Relations in Austronesia/Oceania. ASAO, St.Antonio, TX, USA, 2/5-9.
  • 2012  Convener, “Contemporary Borneo Research in Taiwan”, Taiwan Society for Anthropology and Ethnology, Taipei. 10/7
  • 2012  Convener, Chair and Discussant, “Anthropology of Law”, Taiwan Society for Anthropology and Ethnology, Taipei. 10/7.
  • 2012  co-Convener and Chair, Informal Session: Naming Systems and Naming Relations in Austronesia/Oceania. ASAO, Portland, Oregon, 2/7-11.
  • 2011  Convener and Chair, “Indigenous Citizenship in Asia”, AAS/ICAS, Honolulu, HI, USA, 3/31-4/3.
  • 2011  Convener and Chair, Working session “Austronesian Linkages”, ASAO, Honolulu, HI , USA, 2/9-12.
  • 2009  Convener and Chair, informal session “Austronesian Taiwan and other Austronesian Margins”, ASAO, Santa Cruz, USA, 2/10-14.
  • 2008  Austronesian Workshop (co-organized w/ Inst. of Linguistics), NTHU, 5/10.
  • 2007  Workshop on Law, Culture and Society (Comaroff) ,NTHU, 5/27.
  • 2005-2006  Harvard Yenching Instittue (HYI) Friday Anthros lunch Forum, USA.
  • 2005  Workshop on “Law, Culture and Society” , NTHU, 2/20.
  • 2004  One-day Workshop on Historical Anthropology, NTHU, 2/25.
  • 2001  Organized the roundtable on ‘House Society’ in Contemporary Anthropological Discourse: About the Biography of an Anthropological Idea. Joined by Profs Janet Carsten and Sherry Errington, NTHU, 12/12..
  • 1994  co-organized the session on Religion on the Mission Frontier: Anthropological Perspectives on Christian Evangelism at CASCA, Vancouver, B.C. Canada.
  • 2020-  院史委員
  • 2019- 人社院院務會議代表
  • 2019-2020 台灣研究教師在職進修碩士學位班 人類學組代表
  • 2018- 世界南島暨原住民族 跨領域學分學程 召集人
  • 2017- 世界南島暨原住民族中心 召集人及執行委員
  • 2017-2018 院史委員
  • 2017-2018 演講組
  • 2015-2016 策畫 “世界南島暨原住民族中心” 之成立
  • 2015-2017 院課程委員
  • 2014-2017 圖書組 (院圖書委員)兼台灣研究教師在職進修碩士學位班 圖書委員
  • 2013 中研院培訓計畫 福祉 (Well-being)
  • 2013 校慶人社”山海的傳說”系列活動籌劃 April 10 -May 31.
  • 2013 中研院培訓計畫發表籌備 “田野的技藝” (研究生發表會)
  • 2012-2014 中研院民族所及順益2014原住民族國際研討會籌備委員
  • 2012-2014 院景觀委員
  • 2012 中研院培訓計畫”社群, 發展與歷史” (Community, Development and History)
  • 2010-2012 獎助學金工讀分配兼課程協調委員
  • 2009 Austronesian Week 南島週 (與通識中心合辦), 5/8-13.
  • 2008-2014 所教評委員
  • 2008-2009 資訊組
  • 2006-2008 演講組
  • 2007 社人所二十週年慶[前置作業]籌備委員 (與社會所合辦)
  • 2006-2008 學生申訴評議委員會院代表
  • 2002-2005 圖書委員(院圖書委員)
  • 2002 獎助學金工讀分配
  • 2002 學生寫作工作坊 4/28
  • 2001-2003 校務代表
  • 2001-2002 演講組

專書論文 Articles in edited volume:

  • 2012 “Rights to Recognition: Minorities and Indigenous Politics in Emerging Taiwan Nationalism” in Taiwan Since Martial Law: Society, Culture, Politics, Economy. Pp 91-129. Shung Ye Museum of Formosan Aborigines, University of California, Berkeley & National Taiwan University Press. ISBN:9789868805507
  • 2010 “’Who is your name?’” Naming Paiwan Identities in Contemporary Taiwan “ in Personal Names in Asia: History, Culture and Identity, Pp199-223, edited by Zheng Yangwen and Charles MacDonald. Prefaced by James Scott, Singapore University Press. ISBN: 9789971693800
  • 2006 ‘Rediscovering Bark cloth in Taiwan’ in ‘Bark cloth in Southeast Asia’ pp107-114,edited by Michael Howard. Bangkok: White Lotus. ISBN 9789744800961

期刊論文 Journal Articles:

  • Ku, Kun-hui and Tom Gibson 2019 “Introduction” in SPECIAL ISSUE: HIERARCHY AND EGALITARIANISM IN AUSTRONESIA. Edited by Kun-Hui Ku and Thomas Gibson. Anthropological Forum 29(3): 205-215. DOI: 10.1080/00664677.2019.1626216 (SSCI)
  • 2019 “Rethinking Hierarchy and Egalitarianism in Austronesia Taiwan” in SPECIAL ISSUE: HIERARCHY AND EGALITARIANISM IN AUSTRONESIA. Edited by Kun-Hui Ku and Thomas Gibson. Anthropological Forum 29(3): 216-233. https://doi.org/10.1080/00664677.2019.1626217 (SSCI)
  • 2016 (with Lindstrom) “Names Redux: Person, Structure, Change” Pacific Studies 39 (1-2): 1-10.
  • 2016 Naming Relationship and Constructing Hierarchy: Names, Value, and Hierarchy among the Austronesian Paiwan, Taiwan, Pacific Studies 39 (1-2): 74-100.
  • 2008 Ethnographic Studies of Voting among the Austronesian Paiwan: The Role of Paiwan Chiefs in Contemporary State System of Taiwan. Pacific Affairs 81(3):383-406. (SSCI)
  • 2005 Rights to Recognition: Minority/Indigenous Politics in the Emerging Taiwanese Nationalism. Social Analysis 49(3)99-121. (ERIH)

專題論文 Working Paper Series:

  • 2006 ‘The Symbolic and the Material in the recognition of Hierarchy among the Austronesian Paiwan in Taiwan’. Tsing Hua Anthropological & Area Studies Paper Series No. 1.

中文相關文章 技術報告及其他 Chinese articles (book chapters, papers), Reports, Reviews and Others:

  • 顧坤惠主編2020,南島中心電子報第三期:1-85.  http://cwaip.site.nthu.edu.tw/p/412-1407-14320.php?Lang=zh-tw

  • 顧坤惠主編2019,南島中心電子報第一期:1-78;南島中心電子報第二期:1-55。

  • 顧坤惠2019,「從排灣族的命名談起:田野關係的建立與政治」,田野的技藝:自我、研究與知識建構,pp.284-305 主編:郭佩宜、王宏仁, 左岸文化出版 遠足文化發行。
  • 2006 “從排灣族的命名談起:田野關係的建立與政治”,田野的技藝:自我、研究與知識建構,pp.221-243 主編:郭佩宜、王宏仁, 巨流出版社。
  • 2004 Review of the Development of ‘Historical Anthropology’ among the Austronesian Studies in Taiwan. In The Retrospect and Prospect of the Development of Historical Anthropology: Area Perspectives. Asia-Pacific Forum 26, “台灣的「歷史人類學」研究──南島研究”In歷史人類學回顧與展望的區域觀點,亞太研究論壇 26期:284-305.
  • 2002 宗教過程:轉宗vs.本土化—一個排灣的案例。文化研究月刊 Religious Processes: Conversion vs. Indigenization—A case study of the Paiwan. Cultural Studies Monthly Vol.18.
  • 2002 Report on “House Society in Contemporary Anthropological Discourse: About the Biography of an Anthropological Idea” in Anthropology News 43(2)Feb.
  • 1989 “排灣族大社聚落之服飾研究” (Pp68-83),”鄒族達邦社之服飾研究” (Pp.254-272) 於台灣土著祭儀與歌舞民俗活動之研究(續篇),劉斌雄胡台麗主持,中研院民族所,委託單位:台灣省民政廳。

編著 Editor:

  • Ku, Kun-hui and Tom Gibson 2019 Hierarchy and Egalitarianism in Austronesia. Edited by Kun-Hui Ku and Thomas Gibson. Anthropological Forum 29(3):205-334.
  • 2016 (with Lindstrom) Austronesian Personal Naming Systems, Pacific Studies 39 (1-2):1-253
  • 2004 Historical Anthropology workshop 歷史人類學工作坊 “羌在漢藏之間” 評論會討論紀錄,清華學報Tsing Hua Journal of Chinese Studies 34(2):551-572。

翻譯 Translation (English to Chinese):

  • 2001 Wang, Song-hsing (王崧興) ‘Taiwanese Architecture and the Supernatural’ (台灣的建築物與超自然界) In ‘Research on Han People and its Neighbouring Societies’ (漢人與周邊社會研究─王崧興教授重要著作選譯), Pp152-164. 徐正光編,國立編譯館主譯。

會議論文 Conference Papers:

  • 2016  “Hierarchy and Egalitarianism in Austronesia Taiwan” presented at “international conference on Hierarchy and Egalitarianism in Austronesia/ Oceania”, NTHU, 12/2-3.
  • 2016 “Hierarchy and Egalitarianism in Austronesia Taiwan: a note” presented at “Hierarchy and Egalitarianism in Austronesia/ Oceania (II)” ASAO San Diego, CA, USA, 2/9-14.
  • 2015 “The meaning of meaninglessness: What is in a name for the Paiwan?” at ‘Cults, Christians, and copper on the global frontier: Engaging the anthropology of Dan Jorgensen (Part 1)’, the 114th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, the Colorado Convention Center, Denver, 11/18-22.
  • 2014 “Naming Difference and Constructing Hierarchy: Name, Value and Hierarchy among the Austronesia-speaking Paiwan” at Symposium “Naming Systems and Naming Relations in Austronesia/Oceania. ASAO, Kona, HI, USA, 2/5-9.
  • 2013 “Name, Value and Hierarchy among the Austronesia-speaking Paiwan” at panel “Naming Systems and Naming Relations in Austronesia/Oceania. ASAO, St. Antonio, Taxes. 2/5-9..
  • 2012 “Alternative Encounters: Missionary Linkages between Taiwan and Borneo” presentation given at “Contemporary Borneo Research in Taiwan” 10/6-7, Taiwan Society for Anthropology and Ethnology, Taipei.
  • 2012 “The legal status of Pingpu in Taiwan and Sino-Native in Sabah: Comparison and Implications,” paper given at 27th ASEASUK, U of Durham, Durham, UK, 9/7-9.
  • 2011 “Property Relations: Anthropological Approaches”, The second annual conference on Indigenous traditional customary norm and State Law, NTU Law school, 10/15-16.
  • 2011 “The Politics of (Non)Recognition in Taiwan: Why Certain Claims to Indigeneity Succeed While Others Fail.” in Panel “Indigenous Citizenship in Asia”, AAS/ICAS, Honolulu, HI, 1 April.
  • 2011 “Ascribed” and “Achieved” Status in Austronesian Taiwan. ASAO, Honolulu, HI, 9-12 Feb.
  • 2010 “The Development of Indigenous Citizenship in Taiwan and Philippines” in panel “Ethnographic Studies of the Politics of Indigenous Rights” sponsored by Association for Political and Legal Anthropology, American Anthropological Association annual meeting in New Orleans, USA, 11/17-21.
  • 2010 “Anthropology of Christianity: A Case Study of the Austronesian Paiwan of Taiwan”, Asia Without Borders III conference, Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea, 10/8-10.
  • 2008 “Continuity or Discontinuity: Religious Processes embedded in Christian conversion movements among Austroneisan Paiwan in Taiwan” for MIG invited panel “The Cultures of Christian Conversion”, American Anthropological Association annual meeting in San Francisco, USA, 11/19-23.
  • 2008 “Tradition revisited”: Politics of Cultural Revival in Austronesian Taiwan” paper presented at Austronesian International Workshop, NTHU, 10 May.
  • 2008 “The use and abuse of Dumont’s Hierarchy in Austronesian Taiwan” in panel “Dumont in the Pacific” ASAO, Canberra, Australia. 12-16 Feb.
  • 2007 “The Prospect of Legal Anthropology in the Study of Austronesian Taiwan” in Law Culture and Society Workshop, NTHU, Hsin-chu, 27May.
  • 2007 “Christianities and the Quest for Identities in post WWII Taiwan” in “Christianity and the State in Asia: Complicity and Conflict.” An International Conference organized by Asia Research Institute. NUS, Singapore, 10-12 January.
  • 2006 “Ethnographic Studies of Voting among the Austronesian Paiwan in Taiwan.” In “Asia Without Border: A Conference on History and Anthropology”, SYSU, Guangzhou, China, 12-14 Nov.
  • 2006 “Cultural Revival and the Politics of Tradition in an Austronesian Paiwan community” paper for 3rd EATS, Paris, France, 30-31 March.
  • 2006 “Austronesian Paiwan Naming Practices in Taiwan” paper presented at the Conference on “Naming in Asia: Local Identities and Global Change.” ARI, NUS, Singapore,23-24 Feb.
  • 2005 “Chiefs and Bureaucrats: Paiwan Leadership in Contemporary State System in Taiwan”invited paper to be presented at International conference on State and Indigenous Peoples:Research on Ethnic History in Asia-Pacific Region.Institute of Taiwan History, Academia Sinica, Taiwan,. 11/24-25.
  • 2005 “Presbyterian Elders and Catholic Chief: Paiwan Experiences with Christianity in the Twentieth Century. Paper for the conference “Power and Hierarchy: Religious Conversions, Ritual Constructions, and Cosmological Belief Systems in Asia and the Indo-Pacific”at IOE, Academia Sinica, Taiwan, 5/30-6/1.
  • 2005 “Models of Pacific Culture Area Revisited: The Implications for the Austronesians in Taiwan.” In panel “Pacific Culture Areas: Reconstrued, Rehabilitated, and Reclaimed” ASAO, Kauai, Hawaii, 1-5 Feb.
  • 2004 “Mirimiringan and Taucikel revisited: Historical Genres and Political Struggle among Austronesian-speaking Paiwan in southern Taiwan” at 18th International Association of Historians of Asia (IAHA) Taiwan Conference, “Paradigm Shift in Asia: East, Southeast, and South Asia in Comparative Perspective”, panel “Rethinking Historical Anthropology: Examples from Taiwan, SE Asia and Oceania”. Taipei, Taiwan 6-10 Dec.
  • 2004 “Hierarchy and the Production of Value among the Austronesian Paiwan” in “Hierarchy and Power” Conference, Institute of Ethnology, Academia Sinica, Taiwan, 10/5.
  • 2003 “Converting Culture vs. Indigenizing Christianity: Divergent Perspectives on the Paiwan Encounter with Christianity” paper prepared for ‘New and Old Religious Forms’ SAR meeting at Providence, Rhode Island, USA, 24-26 April.
  • 2003 ‘Naming Relationships and Constructing Hierarchy among the Austronesian-speaking Paiwan in Taiwan’ prepared for the informal session ‘Conceptions of Social Relations’ ASAO Annual Meeting in Vancouver, Canada, 11-15 Feb.
  • 2002 ‘The symbolic and the material in the recognition of Hierarchy among the Paiwan in Piuma, Taiwan’ paper presented at “Trade, Value and Valuables in the Indo-Pacific Realm” session at the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association (IPPA) 17th congress, held at Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica, Taiwan, 14 Sep.
  • 2002 “Names, Objects and Hierarchy: a case studies of Piuma among the Paiwan” presented at conference on“Substance and Material Culture”, organized by IOE, Academia Sinica, Taiwan.
  • 2000 ‘Christianity from the Prism of the Paiwan’ paper presented at the fifth Annual Conference on the History and Culture of Taiwan, at the University of California, Los Angeles, USA, 13-15 Oct., Center for Chinese Studies. ‘Remapping Taiwan: Histories and Cultures in the context of Globalization.
  • 2000 ‘Mission in Transition: Presbyterian Missions in Taiwan (Formosa) and Nationalism’ paper presented at the conference organized by the Currents of World Christianity. ‘Mission, Nationalism and the End of Empire’ held at Queens’ College, Cambridge, UK, 6-9 Sep.
  • 2000 ‘The Aboriginal Rights Movement and National Identity in Taiwan’ paper presented at the Sixth Annual Conference of the North America Taiwan Studies Association at Harvard University, USA, 17-19 June. ‘Taiwan 2000: Envisioning a Pluralistic Future’.
  • 1995 ‘In But Still Out: Gender and Representation in Canadian Presbyterian Mission in Taiwan, 1945-1965’ paper presented at the Graduate Student Symposium at Gender Relation and Women’s Studies at UBC, April 1995.
  • 1994 ‘Canadian Presbyterian Missionary Encounters in Taiwan, 1945-1965’ paper presented at CASCA (Canadian Anthropological Society) meeting ‘Religion on the Mission Frontier: Anthropological Perspectives on Christian Evangelism’ in Vancouver, Canada, May 1994.

演講發表 (selected) Invited Presentations:

  • Ku, Kun-hui 2018, Mobile Indigeneity: The First Taiwanese Indigenous Christian “Burning Bush” Mission to Sarawak, Knox College, Toronto, December 11.
  • Ku, Kun-hui 2018, Hierarchy and Egalitarianism in Austronesia Taiwan: A case study of the Paiwan. David Lam Center, Taiwan Study Group, SFU, November 20.
  • Ku, Kun-hui 2018, Anthropological Tradition in Taiwan, Graduate Seminar, Anthropology, UBC, September 19.
  • 2018 “Taiwan’s Gift to the World” Fulbright Research Workshop, Fulbright Taiwan (Foundation for Scholarly Exchange). 3/13
  • 2017 “Cultural Diversity of Taiwan (Formosa)” Fulbright Research Workshop, Fulbright Taiwan (Foundation for Scholarly Exchange). 3/7
  • 2015 Cultural Differences among Taiwan Indigenous peoples and Han Taiwanese, Judge Academy 11/11 (2014/10/28)
  • 2014 ‘Cultural Diversity of Taiwan (Formosa), University of Third Age, Cambridge. 6/30
  • 2014 “Indigenous Citizenship in Asia” invited talk at Faculty of Archaeology, the Asian Heritage Cluster of the International Institute for Asian Studies and the profile area ‘Global Interactions’, Leiden University. Netherlands, 6/18.
  • 2014 “Indigenous Christianity among the Austronesian-speaking Paiwan in Taiwan” invited talk at Dept. of Anthropology and Development Studies, Centre for Pacific and Asian Studies, Radboud University, Nijmegen. Netherlands, 6/16.
  • 2014 “Indigenous Politics in Taiwan Nationalism” invited talk at International colloquium “Heritage and Rights of Indigenous Peoples” at Faculty of Archaeology, Leiden University. Netherlands, 6/12-14.
  • 2014 “Names, Value and Hierarchy among the Austronesian-speaking Paiwan in Southern Taiwan” invited talk at ARS, Department of Anthropology, LSE, UK. 5/6.
  • 2014 “Preliminary Investigation on Indigenous Citizenship in Asia”, invited talk at The Scottish Centre for China Research, University of Glasgow, UK. 3/13.
  • 2014 “Mirimiringan” and “Taucikel”: Historical Genres and Political Struggles among the Austronesian-speaking Paiwan in Southern Taiwan, invited talk at Center of Taiwan Studies, SOAS, UK. 3/5.
  • 2013 “Burning Bush: An untold Linkage between Taiwan and Sarawak. Talk at UNIMAS, Malaysia. 12/03.
  • 2012 “Contemporary Borneo Research in Taiwan and its Prospects” talk given at National Tunghua University
  • 2011 “A Comparative Study of Indigenous Citizenship in Taiwan and the Philippines” invited talk at East Asia Institute, University of Leipzig, Germany. 6/29.
  • 2010 “Anthropology of Law” Anthrop Camp, IOE, Guansi, Mawudu. 9/8.
  • 2009 “The Theories of Conversion Revisited: A Study of Christian conversion movements among Austroneisan-speaking Paiwan of Taiwan” Department of Anthropology, UBC, 2/26.
  • 2007 “The Politics of Indigenous Citizenship in Taiwan” paper delivered at The Third World Studies Center, U. of Philippines, Manila, Philippines,17 Aug.
  • 2001 “Rights of indigenous peoples in Taiwan” , roundtable on Indigenous Rights, at Rights and Entitlements ASA annual meeting, University of Sussex, UK, 3/30- 4/2.
  • 2001 “The meanings of Snake in Paiwan Mythology”. Needham Research Institute Text Reading Seminar. UK. April.
  • 2001 Changing Perceptions of Christianity among the Paiwan Christians in Piuma. London Taiwan Seminar, 02/01.

姊妹校交流 Sister University exchange visit:

  • 2018 UBC, Vancouver (Canada)
  • 2017 UP, Diliman (Philippines)
  • 2014 Glasgow (UK)
  • 2013 UNIMAS (Malaysia)
  • 2012 Berkeley (USA)
  • 2011 Tuebingen (Germany)
  • 2010 Santa Barbara (USA)

國際專家交流 International expert exchange program:

  • 2011 Prof. Bruce Miller (UBC) MOFA visiting program “Indigenous Studies”
  • 2009 Prof. Tom Gibson (Rochester) World Austronesian program “Austronesian Week”
  • 2008 Prof. Dan Jorgensen (UWO) MOE program ASAO chair exchange visit.
  • 2008 Prof. Lamont Linstrom (Tulsa) World Austronesian program “Austronesian Workshop”
  • 2007 Prof. John Comaroff (Chicago) NSC program “Law, Culture and Society”
  • 2004 Prof. Michael Herzfeld (Harvard) NSC program “Historical Anthropology”
  • 2016 Harvard Yenching Institute conference grant.
  • 2013-2014 協同主持人 雙屋民居:帝汶島民居類型研究(東帝汶與印尼西帝汶)
  • 2012- Fellow, Borneo Research Council (BRC), USA.
  • 2009- Fellow, Association for Social Anthropology in Oceania (ASAO) , USA.
  • 2008-Fellow, Royal Anthropological Institute (RAI), UK.
  • 2005-2006Harvard Yenching Institute Fellowship, USA.(2005-2006)
  • 2005 “Law, Culture and Society II” for Core Studies in Classical Texts, Project for the Enhancement of Education in the Humanities and Social Science, Ministry of Education (small grant) “法律文化與社會 II” 教育部人文社會科學教育改進計畫經典研讀計畫
  • 2004 “Ethnic Groups and Cultures of Taiwan: The Austronesians” General Education Program, Project for the Enhancement of Education in the Humanities and Social Science (MOE). 6ms 教育部人文社會科學教育改進計畫-績優通識教育計畫-台灣族群與文化:南島語族
  • 2004 “Law, Culture and Society I” for Core Studies in Classical Texts, Project for the Enhancement of Education in the Humanities and Social Science, Ministry of Education (small grant) “法律文化與社會 I” 教育部人文社會科學教育改進計畫經典研讀計畫
  • 2002-2003 Spanish Dominican Activities among the Paiwan in Southern Taiwan. 西班牙道明會在南台灣排灣族區域之活動(國科會研究計畫)
  • 1999-2000CCK Foundation PhD Dissertation Fellowship (European Division).
  • 1999 King’s College Studentship (Easter Term), Cambridge, UK.
  • 1996-1997 PhD Fellowship for Fieldwork, Academia Sinica, Taiwan.
  • 1996 Royal Anthropological Institute (RAI) small grant; Worts Traveling Scholars (University), William Wyse Fund (Trinity College), UK
  • 1994-1998 Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council in Canada Doctoral Fellowship.
  • 1992-1994 Special University Scholarship, University of Western Ontario, Canada.
  • 1992-1994 Teaching Assistantship, University of Western Ontario, Canada.