【KINDAS】2018年度 第1回KINDAS国際セミナー “God Mountains and Fengshui Forests: Dialectics and Dialogics in the Sacred/Secular Spaces of Tibetan and Han Villages Under China’s Ecological Civilization”

【KINDAS】2018年度 第1回KINDAS国際セミナー “God Mountains and Fengshui Forests: Dialectics and Dialogics in the Sacred/Secular Spaces of Tibetan and Han Villages Under China’s Ecological Civilization”

2018年度 第1回KINDAS国際セミナー “God Mountains and Fengshui Forests: Dialectics and Dialogics in the Sacred/Secular Spaces of Tibetan and Han Villages Under China’s Ecological Civilization”
(共催:南アジア・インド洋世界研究会)
【日時】 2018年4月17日(火) 14:45~16:45
【場所】京都大学 吉田キャンパス本部構内 総合研究2号館4階 会議室(AA447)
アクセス:http://www.kyoto-u.ac.jp/ja/access/campus/yoshida/map6r_y/
(上記ページ地図中、34番の建物です)
【発表者】Prof. Christopher Coggins (Professor of Geography and Asian Studies, Bard College at Simon’s Rock, MA, USA)
【題目】God Mountains and Fengshui Forests: Dialectics and Dialogics in the Sacred/Secular Spaces of Tibetan and Han Villages Under China’s Ecological Civilization
【言語】英語
発表者について:

Dr. Coggins’s research focuses on rural China, political ecology, biodiversity, sacred landscapes, protected area management, globalization, and property/possession. He has led students and faculty on eight trips to China since 1999, six of which have involved intensive field research. He is the co-editor (with Emily Yeh) of Mapping Shangrila: Contested Landscapes of the Sino-Tibetan Borderlands (University of Washington, 2014), and the author of The Tiger and the Pangolin: Nature, Culture, and Conservation in China (University of Hawaii Press, 2003) (runner-up for the 2003 Julian Steward Award for best book in environmental/ecological anthropology and nominated for the Kiriyama Prize in non-fiction). He is also the co-author of The Primates of China: Biogeography and Conservation Status – Past, Present, and Future (China Forestry Publishing House, 2002). He has published refereed articles in many geography, environment, and Asia-related books and periodicals. Since 2011, he has led teams engaged in a multi-year, mixed methods, field and archival research project on the fengshui forests of southern and central China. His work on the history of humans and tigers in China has been featured on BBC 4’s Natural Histories. Dr. Coggins has been teaching at Simon’s Rock since 1998.

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