what’s in a place? 地方的本體論--Coulthard論土地在去殖民的地位

還我土地運動,不是分裂族群的「認同政治」,卻是互相了解、尊敬的第一步,我們一起看coulthard「土地對帝國:論原住民族反殖民運動」。This is the first virtual symposium. Let’s read Coulthard’s (2010) “Place Against Empire” together! Continue Reading →

of course, there are many different perspectives

when it comes to issues surrounding protest there are many different perspectives. although both age and experience outside the niyaro’ (as one’s home community is called in ‘amis) influence what Continue Reading →

the illusion of reconciliation

Taiwan’s Tsai Ying-wen administration began with several large promises to transform the way that the government interacted with the populace. In relationship to indigenous groups, these promises included the startling Continue Reading →

playing aborigine (2): open and closed participatory practices

one way that we might productively understand disputes over ethnic chinese either feeling entitled to participate in or appropriate taiwanese indigenous dance is to consider an issue that seems to Continue Reading →

performed but not spoken (4): empty syllables?

toward another model presentational performance, however, is not the only field of musical performance. As described by Turino, there are at least four different fields of musical practice, the performance Continue Reading →