Brendan A. Galipeau
主要田野區域：Southwest China, Mainland Southeast Asia
研究領域：Environment, Economy, Landscape, Agriculture, Food, Water Resources, Hydropower Resettlement, Catholic Missionaries in China and Tibet
- PhD in Anthropology, University of Hawai̔i at Manoa, USA
- MA in Applied Anthropology, Oregon State University, USA
- Graduate Certificate in Water Resources Conflict Management and Transformation
- BS in Environmental Science, University of Oregon, USA
- Minors: East Asian Studies, Biology, Geography
- 2019.8– Assistant Professor, Institute of Anthropology, National Tsing Hua University
- 2017.7-2019.6 Postdoctoral Fellow in Transnational Asian Studies, Chao Center for Asian Studies, Rice University, USA
- 2013.8-2019.7 Lecturer, Department of Anthropology, University of Hawai̔i at Manoa, USA
- 國立清華大學 (National Tsing Hua University)：
10810ANTH 666800 東南亞社會與文化(Cultures and Societies of Southeast Asia)
- Rice University, USA:
ASIA 318: Asia-Pacific: Nature, Culture, & Power from Colonialism to 21st Century Capitalism
ASIA 317: Environment and Society in China: Searching for Ecological Civilization
- University of Hawai̔i at Manoa, USA:
ANTH 488: Chinese Culture Through Ethnography
ANTH 415: Ecological Anthropology
ANTH 429: Consumer Cultures
ANTH 427: Food, Health, & Society
- IES Abroad Kunming:
SO301: Contemporary Issues in Chinese Society
- Oregon State University:
ANTH 318: Peoples and Cultures of the World: China
- 2017 Terroir in Tibet: Wine Production, Identity, and Landscape Change in Shangri-La, China. PhD Dissertation, Department of Anthropology, University of Hawai̔i at Manoa.
期刊論文 Journal Articles：
- 2018 Galipeau, Brendan A. “A Tibetan Catholic Christmas in China: Ethnic Identity and Encounters with Ritual and Revitalization.” Asian Ethnology 77(1&2): 335-370.
- 2015 Galipeau, Brendan A. “Balancing Income, Food Security, and Sustainability in Shangri-La: The Dilemma of Monocropping Wine Grapes in Rural China.” Culture, Agriculture, Food and Environment 37(2): 74-83.
- 2014 Galipeau, Brendan A. “Socio-Ecological Vulnerability in a Tibetan Village on the Mekong River, China.” Himalaya, the Journal of the Association for Nepal and Himalayan Studies 34(2): 38-51.
- 2013 Galipeau, Brendan A., Mark Ingman, and Bryan Tilt. “Dam Induced Displacement and Agricultural Livelihoods in China’s Mekong Basin.” Human Ecology: An Interdisciplinary Journal 41(3): 437-446.
專書章節 Book Chapters：
- 2017 Galipeau, Brendan A. “Tibetan Wine Production, Taste of Place, and Regional Niche Identities in Shangri-La, China.” In Trans-Himalayan Borderlands: Frontiers, Modernities and Livelihoods, eds. Dan Smyer Yu and Jean Michaud. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press. Pp. 207-228.
進行中論文 Work in Progress:
- Crafting a Tibetan Terroir: Wine Production, Identity, and Landscape Change in Shangri-La.
Book manuscript under contract and revision with University of Washington Press.
- In review Galipeau, Brendan A. “Resisting and Indigenizing Modernity: Living in a Sacred Buddhist Landscape with Agrochemical Pollution in Southwest China.” Submitted to American Ethnologist.
- In revision Galipeau, Brendan A. “Free in the Mountains or Home in the Vineyard: Balancing Valuable Fungi Collection with Plantation Labor on a French Vineyard in Tibet.” For re-submission to Journal of Agrarian Change.
- In preparation Galipeau, Brendan A. “Damming China’s Shangri-La: Land Requisition and Loss of Water, Rice, and Livelihood in a Catholic Tibetan Village.” For inclusion in edited volume entitled Problematizing Chinese Food, eds. Ling Zhang and Mindi Schneider.
一般論文 General Publications (non-reviewed)：
- 2017 Galipeau, Brendan A. “Winemaking and Viticulture in Diqing: French and Swiss History Meet Modernity.” In Shangri-La Inside Out: Ethnic Diversity and Development, eds. Ben Hillman and Chen Junming. Kunming: Yunnan People’s Publishing House. (In Chinese)
- 2017 Galipeau, Brendan A. “Protecting Sacred Commons: Balancing Commodity Viticulture Economies with Ecological Health in Shangri-La.” Made in China: A Quarterly on Chinese Labour, Civil Society, and Rights 2(2): 46-49.