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Wen-Ling Lin

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Position: Professor
Tel: +886-3-5712121
Ext. 58662
E-mail: wllin@mail.nctu.edu.tw
Last updated: 2018-07-31
  

Educational attainment


1999 PhD in Cultural Anthropology, Department of Ethnology, Göttingen University, Germany

Experiences


2013- Professor, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, National Chiao Tung University
2007-2013 Associate Professor, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, National Chiao Tung University
2005-2007 Associate Professor, Department of Communication and Technology, National Chiao Tung University
2004-2005 Associate Professor, Graduate Institute of Ethnic and Cultures, National Dong Hwa University
1999-2004 Assistant Professor, Graduate Institute of Ethnic and Cultures, National Dong Hwa University

Research Fields


Visual Anthropology, Visual Ethnography, Sex/Gender Studies, Digital Anthropology

Dissertation


1999 Film als Repräsentation am Beispiel der Yuanjumin (Ureinwohner) in Taiwan. Göttingen: CUVILLIER Verlag.

Books Chapters


2014 “Family Making among Taiwan’s Transgenders.” What is Family?. Ed. Ying-kuei Huang. Taipei: Socio Publishing Co.
2011b “No Legal Rights to Form a Family: The Political Economy of Suffering the Gender Differences.” Querying the “Marriage and Family Continuum”. Ed. Ding Naifei and Liu Jenpeng. Taipei: ShenLou.
2011a “Culture Understanding and Visuality: the Other Approach within Anthropological Knowledge.” (In)Sight: Visual Culture and Aesthetics. Ed. Feng Pin-chia and Chao Shun-liang. Taipei: Bookman
2009 “Taiwan Indigenous Peoples on the Screen.” Alter- culture and Multimedia. Ed. Chiao Chien. Taipei: Shih Hsin University
2005 “Cultural Identity in Transition: Take Films about Taiwan Indigenous Peoples for Example.” Reflection on Culture, Peoples and Society. Ed. Chiao Chien, Li Pei-liang, Li You-mei and Ma Rong. Kaohsiung: Liwen
2003 “Memory and Recognition: Representation of Ping-pu Tribe in Images.” Taiwan Ping-pu Tribe. Ed. Liu Yt-chang, Pan Chao-cheng and Shih Zheng-feng. Taipei: Avanguard : 105-135.

Journal Papers


2013b “Manufacturing Indigeneity: Technical Carriers and Cultural Identity in Transition.” Taiwan Journal of Anthropology, vol.11, no. 1, pp.155-187. (TSSCI)
2013a “Walking through Ancestral Lands: Visual Representations of Taiwan’s Aboriginal Movements in Defense of Traditional Territory.” Taiwan: A Radical Quarterly in Social Studies, vol. 91, pp.33-92. (TSSCI)
2012d “Transculturation: Visual Encounters between Jesuit Catholics and the Natives in Hsinchu.” Journal of Archaeology and Anthropology, vol. 77, pp.99-140.
2012c “The Curation/Intervention and Publicization Strategy of Anthropological Knowledge and Images: The Ethnographic Film Festival in Taiwan.” Router: A Journal of Cultural Studies, vol.14, pp.53-100. (TSSCI & THCI core)
2012b “The Ethical Challenges for Applied Anthropology: Learning from the US Case.” Chinese Journal of Applied Anthropology, vol. 1, no. 1, pp.117-135.
2012a “”Sisters” Making Gender: Between Everyday Work and Social Relations.” Taiwan: A Radical Quarterly in Social Studies, vol. 86, pp.51-98. (TSSCI)
2005 “Overturning the Naming Systems of Han: Series Films ‘What Is Your 'Real' Name’ and the Indigenous Image Movement.” Taiwan: A Radical Quarterly in Social Studies, vol.58, pp.85-134. (TSSCI)
2003 “Taiwan Indigenous Films: Transforming Cultural Inscription Technology.” The Bulletin of the Department of Archaeology and Anthropology, vol. 61, pp.145-176. (TSSCI)
2002 “Conditions for Visuality and Anthropological Knowledge.” The Bulletin of the Department of Archaeology and Anthropology, vol. 59, pp.4-41. (TSSCI)
2001 “Rice Wine and Salt: Politics of Representation in Indigenous Film.” Taiwan: A Radical Quarterly in Social Studies, vol.43, pp.197-234. (TSSCI)

Recent Conference Presentations


2011.10.08-09 “Sexuality/ Gender Crossing of the Transgender: Agitated Link between Relatives and Transformed Relationships.” 2011 Annual Conference of Taiwan Society for Anthropology and Ethnology. Institute of Ethnology in Academia Sinica. Nan Kang.
2011.06.10 “Ethnological Film Festival in Taiwan: Curation/ Invention of Anthropological Knowledge, Images and Publicization Strategy.” Bring Anthropologists in: Public Anthropology Conference. Chiao Tung University. Hsinchu.
2011.05.27-28 “Transcultural Encounter through Images in Space: What Jesuits of 1950s and Hakka People Went Through.” The Origins, Transformation and Development of Taiwan’s Maritime International Conference Cultures. “Achievement Conference of Research Center for Humanities and Social Sciences & Consortium for the Centers of the Humanities. Chiao Tung University. Hsinchu.
2011.03.29-04.02 “Transgender Sexualities of Indigenous Men in Southern Taiwan.” The 71th annual meeting of SfAA on “Expanding the Influence of Applied Social Science.” Seattle, USA.
2010.12.11-12 “Hakka People in Transcultural Images.” Seminar: Settlements, History and Historical Transitions of Taiwan Hakka People. Chiao Tung University. Hsinchu.
2010.10.02-03 “Ethnology Film Festival in Taiwan: Curation/ Invention of Anthropological Knowledge, Images and Publicization Strategy.” 2010 Annual Conference of Taiwan Society for Anthropology and Ethnology. Institute of Ethnology in Academia Sinica. Nang Kang.
2010.03.24-27 “Through Thousands Years: The Dual Power of Films by Indigenous People.” The 70th annual meeting of SfAA on “Vulnerabilities and Exclusion in Globalization.” Mérida, Mexico.
2009.12.12-13 “Hakka People in Transcutural (Images & )Space.” Si Xi Project End-of-Term Seminar. Chiao Tung University. Hsinchu.
2009.12.11-12 “Making A-du: Alternative Kinship Practices of Indigenous Societies in Taiwan.” Querying the “Marriage and Family Continuum” International Workshop. Center for Asia-Pacific/ Cultural Studies. Tsing Hua University. Hsinchu.
2009.12.08 “Technology, Society and Transgender.” Gender and Technology Project Seminar: Concerns for Gender Studies from the Field of Humanities and Social Sciences. Taipei.
2009.10.16-17 “Crossing the Border: Body and Movement Discourses of Indigenouse Peoples Traditional Domains.” Diaspora, Homeland and Identity Workshop. Chiao Tung University. Hsinchu.
2009.07.09-13 “Possible Approaches to Knowing Indigenous Sissies” Engendering Indigenous Issues: Dialogues between the Local and the Global. Namasia Dakanuwa Village, Kaohsiung County.
2009.06.12-13 “Transgender Movement in Taiwan: (Re)Shaping and (Possible) Moving of Sexuality/ Gender” Era of Social Movement Seminar. National Sun Yat-sen University. Kaohsiung.
2008.10.31 “Indigenous Images in Indigenous Films.” Indigenous Peoples in Mass Media Seminar. Taiwan University. Taipei.
2008.05.16-17 “Taiwan Indigenous Peoples shown from Memory on the Screen.” Alter-culture and Multimedia Seminar. Shih Hsin University. Taipei.
2008.05.01-03 “In Search of Self: Understanding MultipleTrans-embodiments.” International Conference on “TransSomatechnics: Theories and Practices of Transgender Embodiment.” Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, British Columbia.
2008.03.25-29 “Taiwan Indigenous Television: Formations, Representation and Cultural (Re)production of Screen Memories.” The meeting of SfAA on “The Public Sphere and Engaged Scholarship: Challenges and Opportunities for Applied Anthropology.” Memphis Marriott, USA.


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