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華東師范大學人類學于2012年獲準與民俗學分別建所,人類學研究所現有人類學碩士點和博士點,學科帶頭人是Nicholas Tapp(王富文)教授。國際知名人類學家王富文教授在苗族等族群研究方面享有國際盛譽,曾執教于英國愛丁堡大學和澳大利亞國立大學,現為我校人類學全職特聘教授。我所其他教師均畢業于國內外知名大學人類學專業,學術基礎扎實,學術氣氛濃厚。人類學研究所的發展目標是成為國內重要的人類學研究機構和國際人類學學術交流中心。

我所擁有一支高素質的全英語和雙語人類學教學團隊,為學生提供良好的專業和英語能力訓練。這些教師的研究興趣覆蓋了發展、族群、宗教、生態、文化遺產、食物、植物、視覺/影視、政治、經濟、醫學、教育、城鄉互動等多個領域,涉及到中國、加拿大和東南亞的多個國家。我所的人類學碩、博士研究生課程將為學生提供文化人類學理論和田野調查方法的系統訓練,該專業培養年限為3-6年,其中包括為期6-12個月的田野調查研究。教學采用漢語、全英語或雙語授課,教學內容緊跟國際人類學學科發展的步伐。學生還將獲得大量與海外人類學家直接交流的機會。熱忱歡迎有志之士申請和報考我院人類學碩、博士研究生!歡迎跨專業報考!

      1、Welcome to the MA in Socio-Cultural Anthropology at ECNU!

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       2、ECNU Anthropology Books

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We are proud to announce the establishment of the first Research Institute of Anthropology in Shanghai, and indeed one of the very few in China. Headed by Professor Nicholas Tapp, a lifelong expert on the Hmong (Miao) people of China and Southeast Asia, the Institute comprises 7 full-time faculty with doctoral qualifications in socio-cultural anthropology from the University of Alberta, London University, Beijing University, the University of California (Berkeley), University of California (Los Angeles), the City University of Hong Kong, and the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Courses are taught in a mixture of Chinese and English. Institute faculty teach some undergraduate courses in socio-cultural anthropology as part of the Bachelorof Law programme in Sociology, but the main focus is on graduate training through a new MA in Anthropology and a PhD programme in Anthropology. The Institute also includes the Centre of Ethnicity and Development which concentrates research and teaching in the areas of development and ethnicity. All faculty members are also members of the Centre to which a number of outstanding outside researchers in anthropology are also attached.

The Institute enjoys close relations with the Research Institute of Folklore Studies, and also with the Sociology Department, the Department of Social Work, and the Research Institute of Population Studies, all of which are housed within the same School of Social Development. A regular seminar series is held at which faculty members and external visitors present the results of recent and current research. Currently we are developing programmes in four specialised sub-fields of Anthropology; Visual Anthropology, the Anthropology of Food, Development (Applied) Anthropology, and Urban Anthropology.      

With the support of the Ethnography Division of Ogilvy and Mather, we have established a Visual Ethnography Laboratory and resource centre which already houses a respectable archive of ethnographic films and editing equipment; visual anthropology is now being taught at both undergraduate and graduate levels. We also intend to establish a memory bank of traditional plants to demonstrate the connections between cultural and biological diversity. Urban anthropology is being furthered by a current project on ethic minority migrant labourers in Shanghai, while a recently concluded evaluation of a major UNESCO programme to include culture in development for ethnic minorities, together with a graduate project on social issues in China sponsored by Ogilvy and Mather, represents an initial contribution to the field of applied and development anthropology which we anticipate will lead to further consultancy opportunities for our members and research students.

Faculty members pursue their own research interests in fields ranging from religion and ethnic minorities to cultural heritage, historical memory and ethnobotany, health and the anthropology of money. Future Research will concentrate on new understandings of the urban/rural interface, the links between locality and globalization and transnational influence, changing notions of the body,governmentality, histories of the self and individuality in China, diverse forms of spirituality in the modern world, cultural difference and identity, and environmental constraints on cultural behaviours. The programme will also contribute to urban studies by allowing in-depth intensive small-scale studies of local communities within urban settings focusing on the relations between transnational influences and urbanisation, and the links between urbanisation, modernity and development.

Funding support will be sought from international and national agencies to support specific research topics in which graduate researchers can be involved, on topics such as migration, ethnicity, development, religion, education, and environmental and gender issues. Specific aims and targets over the next several years include the preparation of a textbook and reader of anthropological research suitable for the Chinese context, an edited collection by members of the Institute, the organization of a national conference on the ethnography of Southwest China, the organization of international conference on the anthropology of China, the establishment of a funded visitors’ programme, and ultimately a fully-fledgedundergraduate programme in the subject.

Broader and more fundamental aims will be to 1) train and educate a new cohort of socially and culturally aware social scientists familiar with anthropological readings, anthropological techniques and theories and their practical applications in a wide range of fields including visual, ecological, and developmental anthropology; 2) to support the intensive and long-term fieldwork of graduate researchers in a variety of social settings in China; 3) to forge international linkages and specific local networks which will be of benefit to our research students; 4) to locate and find work opportunities in China’s job market for our graduates; 5) to match their skills with work opportunities in China; and 6) to produce a range of academic theses and publications including an in-house Journal dedicated to the field of socio-cultural anthropology and its practical applications in China. Fieldwork is the basis of our discipline and it will be a priority to encourage long-term and intensive fieldwork-based research on issues of topical concern and interest at all levels. We intend to develop specific research clusters on gender and processes of social exclusion and marginalization, migration processes and their importance in changing local landscapes, and the changing roles of ecology and food. We also hope to hire an Assistant to assist in the management of the visual anthropology laboratory and other matters within the coming year.

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