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人類學研究所 ---- Anthropology faculty profiles

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1. Asst. Prof. Chen Yun: M.A., Anthropology, Xiamen University, Ph.D. Sociology, City University of Hong Kong.
Main Research Areas: sociology of religion, ethnic minorities of Southeast China, Chinese religious organizations. 
Courses: The Society of China, Social Problems in Contemporary China, Sociology of Religion, Family Social Work, Introduction to Social Work, Social Work in Western Society.
Main Works:
1. Chen, Yun.“Religious Economy under Regulation and Soft Competition: Some Reflections on the Applicability of Religious Economy Theory from the Case of a Chinese Rural Christian Church”. Journal of Social Science of Religion .Vol. 2. forthcoming.(in Chinese)
2. Chen, Yun. 2007. “Interaction of Social Naming and the Historical Formation of the Ethnic Group ‘She’”. In Studies on the Culture of Ethnic Group “She”. Minzu Publishing House.(in Chinese)
3. Chen, Yun. 2005. “Indigenization of Christianity in East Guangdong in the Perspective of Christians’ Funerals”. The Periodical of Hakka Research 1:77-82. (in Chinese)
Conference Papers:
1.The Tacit Consensus: Regulation and Corporatism in the Local Religious Market of China. Paper presented at the Second International Conference on Interdisciplinary Social Sciences. Granada: July 10-13, 2007.
2.Applicability of Religious Economy Theory to the Religions in China: Some Reflections from the Case of a Rural Christian Church in East Guangdong. Paper presented iat the Sixth Symposium of the Social Scientific Studies of Religion in China, Wuxi: July 7-8, 2009. (in Chinese)
3.Relation of the Christian Church and Local rural Society: Focusing on Christians’ Funeral. Paper presented at The 5th Young Scholars’ Symposium on Christianity and Chinese Society and Culture, Hong Kong: December 6-8, 2010.
 
2. Asst. Prof. Liu Qi: Ph.D. Anthropology, Peking University.
Main Research Areas: religious anthropology, political anthropology, southwest regional research, theory and method of anthropology.And she published several papers in journal at home and abroad.
Courses: Introduction to Anthropology 

Main Works:
1. Destined to be the Vehicles of History - Historical Ethnography of Local Politics in Early 20th Century, to be published by World Publishing Corporation.
2. “Development and Reflection of Charismatic Theory”, World Religious Culture, No.4, 2010. 
 
3. Asst. Prof. Zhang Hui: Ph.D. Education, University of California, Los Angeles. Prof. Zhang graduated from the Division of Social Science and Comparative Education at UCLA where he specialised in cultural studies.
Main Research Areas: culture theories, intangible heritage preservation, critical museum studies, media anthropology, and educational anthropology.
Courses:
 Introduction to Contemporary Folklore Studies; Professional English of Sociology, Introduction to Cultural Studies, Gender and Sexuality: the Sociological Perspective
Main Works:
1. Ph.D. thesis: Festival Celebrations as Public Pedagogies in Contemporary China: Spectacles, Narratives and Globalized Imagination of National Identity
2. “Sports, the Beijing Olympics, and Global Media Spectacles”, (coauthored with Douglas Kellner), in Blackwell Companions to Cultural Studies: A Companion to Sports, David L. Andrews (ed.), Oxford: Blackwell (in press)
 
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Assistant Professor Zhu Yujing.PhD in anthropology, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2011
Main Research Areas: politics, historical anthropology, medical anthropology, globalization and migration

 

5.Prof. Huang Jianbo:Ph.D. Cultural Anthropology, Minzu U of China. post-doc fellow at CASS and Baylor U., Visiting Scholar in CUHK, U of Notre Dame, Birmingham U., and ISCS.

Main Research areas: Christianity in China and Chinese folk religion, minorities of southwest China, anthropological theories, migration and globalization, anthropology of religion, anthropology of China.

Course: Method and Methodology of Anthropology(for PHD students), History of Anthropological Theories(for Graduate students)

Main Works:

Huang, Jianbo. 2015. Symbolic Representation of Rural Christianity and the Inventiveness of Faith Traditions. Cultural Diversity in China, 1(1):101-114.

Huang, Jianbo. 2014. Being Christians in Urbanizing China:The Epistemological Tensions of the Rural Churches in the City. Current Anthropology, 55(10):238-247.

Huang, Jianbo. 2014. A History of Anthropological Theories. Beijing: Renmin U. of China Press. [In Chinese]

Huang, Jianbo and Ai Juhong. eds., 2014. A Reader of Anthropology of Christianity. Beijing: Intellectual Property Publishing House. [In Chinese]

Huang, Jianbo. 2013. Local Culture and the Becoming of Faith Community. Beijing: Intellectual Property Publishing House. [In Chinese]

Huang, Jianbo. ed., 2013. Everyday Life and the Sacred. Beijing: China Books. [in Chinese]

Huang, Jianbo. 2012. Legitimacy and the Becoming of Local Christianity.International Journal of Sino-Western Studies, 3:43–60. [In Chinese.]

Huang, Jianbo. 2012. Faith, Politics, and Life in a Rural Village in China. Hongkong: Center of Religion and Society in China, Chinese U. of Hongkong. [In Chinese]

Huang, Jianbo. 2012. Rural Church in the Cities. Hongkong: Taofeng Books. [in Chinese]

Huang, Jianbo. 2008. Locality, Historical Contexts, and the Faith Expressions. Beijing: China Drama Press. [in Chinese]

Huang, Jianbo.2007. Where Is the Field? Some Reflections on Anthropological Fieldworks. Study of Ethnics in Guangxi, 89(3):66-71. [In Chinese.]

Huang, Jianbo. 2007. Essays on Cultural Anthropology. Beijing: Minzu Press. [in Chinese]

Huang, Jianbo, and Fenggang Yang. 2005. The cross faces the loudspeakers: a village church perseveres under the state power. InState, market and religions in Chinese societies. Joseph Tamney and Yang Fenggang, eds. Pp. 41–62. Leiden: Brill.

 


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