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學術研討會報名

【研討會】Cultural Heritage and Religion in East Asia

東亞宗教與文化資產國際研討會

  • 活動日期:2018-01-08 ~ 2018-01-09
  • 報名日期:2017-11-27 13:00 ~ 2017-12-25 00:00

About the Conference

Thanks to the establishment of world heritage system and the rise of global tourism, the discourse of heritage and religion have witnessed revival in recent decades. In East Asian countries, both heritage and religion revived with the economic reform and have been used by the government as strategies to maintain social stability; and, both have become “commodities” people consume when they confront with identity crisis, and anxiety of loss due to the rapid transition of urban or rural environment in recent years.

While religious heritage occupied one fifth world heritage sites, yet very little research examines the interrelationship between the two. In this conference, we seek to look at: How do heritage sites become places of pilgrimage to people who ascribe deep meaning to them? How do religious communities negotiate and contest their religious identity when their temples or churches become authorized heritage sites with new regulations on conservation and management? How were local religious practitioners in minority areas revitalized as “intangible heritage inheritors” in the context of cultural commercialization? Theoretical reflections include the relationship between heritage and religious practices and the dissonances between religious and secular claims on heritage sites.

       近年各國競相競爭向聯合國教科文組織登記文化遺產項目,作為國家競爭力表現,也作為保存文化遺產的動力來源。宗教、儀式與信仰與社群的文化傳承發展息息相關,地方知識透過有形的文化資產如:建築、遺跡、神聖物件、經典、繪畫、詩歌等或無形的文化資產如:口述傳統、儀式、信仰、祭典等不同面貌再現。其中與宗教相關的有形/無形文化遺產佔目前世界文化遺產總數的五分之一。無論是天主教,伊斯蘭教,佛教,道教都有許多項目成功地登錄為世界級文化遺產項目。正面效果是讓宗教與信仰藉以延續流傳,負面效果是觀光發展、傳統再造、儀式再現所帶來的破壞與扭曲,文化遺產的指定、登錄亦使得國家權力以保護為名凌駕地方傳統,聯合國代表的西方價值超越以地方知識開展的傳統宗教信仰與倫理。

      本研討會企圖檢討宗教與有形/無形文化遺產之間的各種關係,特別是宗教文化資產產化過程所帶來的各種影響:例如不同形式的宗教文化的復甦(revitalization)、遺產化(heritagization)、商業化(commodification),與當代的再創造(invention),進一步思考遺產論述如何造成宗教生活實踐的質變,以及宗教遺產化過程中,如何被建制化納入國家體系,其背後所呈現不同利益關係者的互動、競奪。最終希望反思多元文化宗教價值體系如何面對今日越來越平面化單一化全球化的價值觀?

      本研討會邀請的學者皆為國際上長期致力於亞太地區宗教研究、文化遺產與旅遊觀光議題的學者,希望透過本國際研討會之舉辦搭建一平台檢視亞太地區的宗教與文化遺產的關係,並透過跨文化的對話,瞭解不同地方社群傳統宗教生活之實踐如何回應當代全球性的文化遺產論述。

Date

8th-9th January 2018, Mon.-Tue.

Venue

Room 2319, 3F, the New Wing, Institute of Ethnology, Academia Sinica

Registration Deadline

Registration has finished. The applicants who are accepted by the conference organizers will soon be notified after the deadline.

Conference Organizers

Institute of Ethnology, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan
Australian Centre on China in the World, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia

Contact

Tao, Hsiao Hsuan
02-2652-3324, hsiaotao@gate.sinica.edu.tw

Tentative Program Preview

Monday 8th January 2018

Time

Chair

Presenter & Topic

Discussant

8:00-8:30

Registration

8:30-9:00

Opening Remarks

 Tai-Li HU, Director, Institute of Ethnology, Academia Sinica

Benjamin PENNY, Director, Australian Centre on China in the World, Australian National University

9:00-9:10

Coffee Break

9:10-12:00

1st Panel

Tai-Li HU

胡台麗

Stephan FEUCHTWANG 王斯福 & Pan LUO 羅攀

Between State and Local Residents:
Making and Remaking Place in Anxi Villages and Jiadi Alley, Quanzhou

Paul KATZ

康豹

Michael ROWLANDS

Preserving the ‘Real Heritage’: How Religion slips through the Quanzhou Net

Kai-Shih LIN

林開世

Benjamin PENNY

Not the Least Remarkable of These Pagan Monasteries:
The Haitongsi, or Honam Temple, in Guangzhou, or Canton, and Its Western Imaginative Heritage

Tim OAKES

12:00-13:10

Lunch

13:10-13:50

Optional Activity: Museum Visiting
 Group 1: Indigenous Peoples in Taiwan
Group 2: Religious World in Taiwan

14:00-15:50

2nd Panel

Hsun CHANG

張珣

David HOLM 賀大衛

The Lute of Heaven of Golden Dragon Valley:
Transcending Shamanism

Shu-Li HUANG

黃淑莉

Yujie ZHU 朱煜傑

Making Religious Heritage in China:
Governance, Transformation, and Resistance

Ming-Chun KU

古明君

15:50-16:10

Coffee Break

16:10-18:00

3rd Panel

Jen-Chieh TING

丁仁傑

Tim OAKES

Manufacturing Heritage in the Urban Villages of South China

Tsui-Ping HO

何翠萍

Shu-Li WANG 王舒俐

The Cult of Huangdi in Contemporary China:
 Popular Memory, Historiography and Archaeology

Selina Ching CHAN

陳蒨

18:00-

Dinner

Tuesday 9th January 2018

Time

Chair

Presenter & Topic

Discussant

8:30-10:20

4th Panel

Yujie ZHU

朱煜傑

Nelson GRABURN

Japan and China:
Parallel and Divergent Tracks in Modernity?

Michael ROWLANDS

Kwang Ok KIM 金光億

After the Heritage:
Fate of Gangneng Danoje between Religious Ritual and Cultural Festival

Nelson GRABURN

10:20-10:40

Coffee Break

10:40-12:30

5th Panel

Fei-Wen LIU

劉斐玟

Tomo ISHIMURA 石村智

Religious Elements and National Measures for Safeguarding Intangible Cultural Heritage in Japan

Kwang Ok KIM

金光億

Cheng-Heng CHANGChung-Ming HSU

Seichi Junrei:
Heritage, Pilgrimage, and Popular Culture in Contemporary Japan

Yueh-Po HUANG

黃約伯

12:30-14:00

Lunch

14:00-15:50

6th Panel

Heidi FUNG

馮涵棣

Tik-sang LIU 廖迪生

Becoming Intangible Cultural Heritage:
Performances in Religious Festivals

Shaw-Wu JUNG

容邵武

Selina Ching CHAN 陳蒨

Heritagization of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Hong Kong:
Invented Rituals in Chaozhou Hungry Ghosts Cultural Festival

Tik-sang LIU

廖迪生

15:50-16:10

Coffee Break

16:10-17:10

7th Panel

Shuenn-Der YU

余舜德

Hsun CHANG 張珣

Between Religion and Intangible Cultural Heritage:
The Cult of Mazu in Taiwan, Fujian and Hainan Island

Stephan FEUCHTWANG

17:10-18:00

Concluding Remarks

Issues and Trends of Heritage and Religion in East Asia

Hsun CHANG, Research Fellow, Institute of Ethnology, Academia Sinica

Benjamin PENNY, Director, Australian Centre on China in the World, Australian National University

Shu-Li WANG, Assistant Research Fellow, Institute of Ethnology, Academia Sinica

Yujie ZHU, Lecturer, Department of Heritage and Museum Studies, Australian National University

18:30

Dinner

List of Presenters

  • Chan, Selina Ching/Professor and Associate Director, Contemporary China Research Center, Hong Kong Shue Yan University
  • Chang, Cheng-Heng/Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology, National Taiwan University
  • Chang, Hsun/Research Fellow, Institute of Ethnology, Academia Sinica
  • Feuchtwang, Stephan/Emeritus Professor, Department of Anthropology, London School of Economics
  • Graburn, Nelson/Professor Emeritus, Anthropology Department, University of California, Berkeley
  • Holm, David/Professor, National Chengchi University
  • Ishimura, Tomo/Head, Audio-Visual Documentation Section, Department of Intangible Cultural Heritage, National Research Institute for Cultural Properties, Tokyo 
  • Kim, Kwang Ok/Emeritus Professor, Department of Anthropology, Seoul National University
  • Liu, Tik-sang/Associate Professor, Division of Humanities, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
  • Oakes, Timothy/Professor and Director, Centre for Asia Studies, University of Colorado Boulder
  • Penny, Benjamin/Director, Australian Centre on China in the World, Australian National University
  • Rowlands, Michael/Emeritus Professor, Department of Anthropology, University College London
  • Wang, Shu-Li/Assistant Research Fellow, Institute of Ethnology, Academia Sinica
  • Zhu, Yujie/Lecturer, Centre for Heritage and Museum Studies, Australian National University

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