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Anthropologists look at our complex and weird world through a unique lens. In each episode, we create inspiring conversations with different anthropologists and students. With topics ranging from funerary rituals and ghosts stories, happiness and meanings in life, domestic helpers, sex workers, food culture, and so on, we will share their field stories and insights with you.

由香港中文大學人類學系製播的節目,每集與不同人類學家及學生討論他們在田野中遇到的人和故事,由喪禮與鬼故事,到快樂與人生意義、本地外籍傭工、性工作者、飲食文化⋯⋯一起聆聽他們如何以人類學之眼,探索這複雜而有趣的世界。

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CUHK Anthropology Podcast 人類學看世‪界‬ CUHK Anthropology

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Anthropologists look at our complex and weird world through a unique lens. In each episode, we create inspiring conversations with different anthropologists and students. With topics ranging from funerary rituals and ghosts stories, happiness and meanings in life, domestic helpers, sex workers, food culture, and so on, we will share their field stories and insights with you.

由香港中文大學人類學系製播的節目,每集與不同人類學家及學生討論他們在田野中遇到的人和故事,由喪禮與鬼故事,到快樂與人生意義、本地外籍傭工、性工作者、飲食文化⋯⋯一起聆聽他們如何以人類學之眼,探索這複雜而有趣的世界。

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    人類學家陳如珍:獨立音樂裡的自由與連結 Anthropologist Ju-Chen Chen on Indie Music, Freedom and Resonance

    人類學家陳如珍:獨立音樂裡的自由與連結 Anthropologist Ju-Chen Chen on Indie Music, Freedom and Resonance

    坂本龍一說音樂使人自由。本集節目嘉賓——香港中文大學人類學系前高級講師陳如珍,也在她近年關於獨立音樂的研究中,看見創作人如何摒棄以財富累積(accumulation)為目標的人生,用音樂創造一個讓人與人連結和共鳴的聲音場域(sonic moment)。她亦談到如何離開田野,以及獨立音樂研究與自身的人類學生涯的連結和思考。最後,如珍以台灣歌手米莎的作品《紙鳶》,寄託她離開香港前的感受。

    (本集訪問以普通話進行。)

    In this episode, anthropologist Ju-Chen Chen, former senior lecturer at the Department of Anthropology, CUHK, talks about her recent research on independent music. She explores how the musicians live a life not aiming at capital accumulation. Instead, they make use of music to create “sonic moments” that connect people and lead to a sense of freedom. Ju-chen also touches on how to exit the research field, and the linkage between her research and her own path in anthropology. Lastly, she shares a song Kite by Taiwanese singer Misa (米莎) to express her feelings before leaving Hong Kong.

    (This episode is conducted in Mandarin.)



    00’38 研究獨立音樂 Becoming curious about indie music

    14’50 他們是想用音樂改變世界嗎? Do people make music to change the world?

    38’11 如何離開田野 How to exit the field

    42’30 人生不是追求什麼,而是成為什麼 Pursuing versus Becoming



    《紙鷂》

    米莎

    你仔細綁我的骨架

    溫柔糊紙

    畫上彩虹的顏色

    我是你手上的紙鷂

    夏天 南風

    你放長了線 要我輕鬆去飛

    你說 不怕 慢慢的起

    你說 不怕 緩緩的去

    有時風大  你怕線沒綁牢

    有時無風  又掛心我會跌落

    我說 不怕 放手讓我去

    我說 不怕 記得回家的老路

    風大的時候 隨風高飛

    風停的時候 就回來看你

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    保育專家伍志和:每個保育項目都是田野調查 Ng Chi Wo on anthropology and conserving local culture and heritage in Hong Kong

    保育專家伍志和:每個保育項目都是田野調查 Ng Chi Wo on anthropology and conserving local culture and heritage in Hong Kong

    香港中文大學人類學系系友伍志和,多年來從事歷史建築、文物及非物質文化遺產保育工作,曾參與上水應龍廖公家塾、西貢滘西洲洪聖古廟、景賢里等修復項目,保育古建築及傳統工藝。他指每個保育項目都像做人類學田野調查,須花時間跟不同持分者建立關係,深入了解他們的文化習俗。伍曾於人類學系任教「Seminars in Hong Kong Studies」一科,帶學生到訪新界圍村,更會安排學生食盆菜,發掘香港富有歷史文化的一面。

    (本集訪問以廣東話進行。)

    UG & MPhil graduate of the CUHK Anthropology Department Mr. Ng Chi Wo has been dedicating himself to studying and preserving historical architecture, tangible and intangible cultural heritage. He has participated in the conservation of Liu Ying Fung Study Hall (Sheung Shui), Kau Sai Chau Hung Shing Temple (Sai Kung), and King Yin Lei, among many others. Ng sees each conservation project similar to fieldwork experience, which requires a solid understanding of the local culture and beliefs, as well as building good relationships with various stakeholders. Teaching “Seminars in Hong Kong Studies” at the Anthropology Department, he takes students to local villages to get first-hand experience of the other side of Hong Kong.

    (This episode is conducted in Cantonese.)

    00’45 人類學與保育 Anthropology and cultural conservation

    17’05 教授香港本土文化 Teaching about Hong Kong local culture

    27’26 滘西洲及景賢里修復項目 Kau Sai Chau Hung Shing Temple (Sai Kung), and King Yin Lei conservation projects

    44’20 歷史文化走進大眾 Connecting the public with local culture and history

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    人類學博士安孟竹 從自閉症兒童養育到公共人類學探索 “Raising autistic children in China and public anthropology” with An Mengzhu

    人類學博士安孟竹 從自閉症兒童養育到公共人類學探索 “Raising autistic children in China and public anthropology” with An Mengzhu

    香港中文大學人類學系博士畢業生安孟竹,博士論文以中國城市中自閉症兒童的家長為研究對象,了解他們在養育孩子時所面對的挑戰與糾結,勾勒出日常經驗之中,家長的嘗試與反思。安孟竹同時是人類學新媒體平台「結繩志」核心編輯之一,致力向大眾介紹人類學的觀點、方法與行動。今集節目中,安孟竹介紹她的自閉症研究,也分享她關於公共人類學的理解與嘗試,討論如何透過去中心化的知識生產方式,在學術與生活之間,翻譯溝通、跨越邊界。

    (本集訪問以普通話進行。)

    An Mengzhu, PhD graduate of the Department of Anthropology, CUHK, studies how parents in urban China strive for a dignified and worthy life for their children with autism by responding to various challenges at different stages of their children’s growth. Mengzhu is also one of the core editors of a new media anthropology platform "TyingKnots", which is dedicated to introducing anthropological perspectives, studies, and engagement to the public. In this episode, Mengzhu shares about her PhD research, discusses her understanding and practice of public anthropology, and explores how to transcend different boundaries through a decentralized way of knowledge production.

    (This episode is conducted in Putonghua.)

    00’39 中國自閉症兒童家庭養育研究 Raising children with autism in urban China

    14’57 由社會學到人類學博士 From sociology major to PhD in anthropology

    24’20 「結繩志」:公共人類學與去中心化的知識生產 “Tying Knots”, public anthropology, and de-centralized knowledge production

    60’32 不斷跨越邊界的人類學家  To be an anthropologist, to be crossing boundaries

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    從精神科醫生到人類學家 黃宣穎的中國「心理熱」研究 “From psychiatrist to anthropologist” with Hsuan-Ying Huang

    從精神科醫生到人類學家 黃宣穎的中國「心理熱」研究 “From psychiatrist to anthropologist” with Hsuan-Ying Huang

    香港中文大學人類學系助理教授黃宣穎多年來在醫學與人類學之間游走,他於 2003 年畢業於國立臺灣大學醫學院,從事精神科,並於2013 年於哈佛大學獲社會人類學博士學位。黃宣穎專注於醫療人類學的領域,從 2008 年開始著手研究中國的「心理熱」,以及西方式心理治療在中國的發展。自稱為「半個人類學家和一個精神科醫生」的他,致力以人文社科的視角審視不同地方和社會的醫療觀念與實踐。

    (本集訪問以普通話進行。)

    Assistant Professor in the CUHK Department of Anthropology Dr. Hsuan-Ying Huang describes himself as “one psychiatrist and half an anthropologist”. He obtained an M.D. from National Taiwan University in 2003 and a Ph.D. in Social Anthropology from Harvard University in 2013. Huang emphasizes the importance of looking at medical systems and practices from a cultural and social point of view. In this episode, we will talk about his research on ‘psycho-boom’ in China, as well as how he traverses between disciplines.

    (This episode is conducted in Putonghua.)

    00’50 初探民族音樂 Discovering anthropology through ethnomusicology

    13’23 從醫學到人類學 研究中國「心理熱」 From psychiatrist to anthropologist, researching on ‘psycho-boom’ in China

    33’44 心理治療的多元可能性 The multiple possibilities of psychotherapy

    40'59 醫療人類學的教學與未來 Teaching medical anthropology and its future

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    聲音掏腰包創辦人楊陽:「人類學使我學會用蟲仔的目光看世界」“Seeing the world in worm’s eye view”: In dialogue with soundpocket founder Yang Yeung

    聲音掏腰包創辦人楊陽:「人類學使我學會用蟲仔的目光看世界」“Seeing the world in worm’s eye view”: In dialogue with soundpocket founder Yang Yeung

    人類學家喜歡觀察細微的事物,以小見大。今集嘉賓楊陽把人類學家「用蟲仔的眼光看世界」的觀察方式,放諸藝術及日常生活上。從事教育、文字及策展工作的她,自香港大學社會科學學院本科畢業後,曾從事傳媒工作拍攝紀錄片,之後分別在耶魯大學及香港中文大學修讀人類學碩士及文化研究博士,並於2008年創辦藝術組織「聲音掏腰包(soundpocket)」,推動聲音及聆聽作為文化和藝術的一部分。現時她任職中文大學通識教育基礎課程講師。今集訪問,我們講到人類學的訓練,如何影響到她的藝術評論及策展工作,以更加微細的目光和敏感度看事情。

    (本集訪問以廣東話進行。)

    Anthropologists like to observe the nuance and details of things, in order to understand the wider culture and society we live in. In this episode, we invite art writer and curator Yang Yeung to share how the anthropological training equips her with unique sensibility and a “worm’s eye view” to see the world. Yang graduated from the Faculty of Social Science of the University of Hong Kong. She then pursued MA in Anthropology at Yale University and PhD in Intercultural Studies at The Chinese University of Hong Kong. She has worked as a journalist and documentary director. Yang founded the non-profit soundpocket in 2008 to promote sound and listening as a form of art and culture. She is currently teaching at the General Education Foundation Programme at CUHK.

    (This episode is conducted in Cantonese.)

    01'26 人類學作為一種觀察人的方式 Anthropology as a way of observing people

    15’51 跨學科「碰撞」Cross-discipline ‘clash’

    20’35 以人類學的目光看藝術 Anthropological way of viewing art

    35’24 小而無力的力量 Being tiny but powerful

    • 45 min
    ‘Medical plurality and Indian communities in Hong Kong’ with Venera R. Khalikova 印度的多元療法與在港印度社群研究 與 Venera R. Khalikova對談

    ‘Medical plurality and Indian communities in Hong Kong’ with Venera R. Khalikova 印度的多元療法與在港印度社群研究 與 Venera R. Khalikova對談

    Dr. Venera R. Khalikova, lecturer in the CUHK Department  of Anthropology, has studied anthropology in India and Russia before acquiring her Ph.D. in Anthropology from the University of Pittsburgh, USA. She specializes in the cultural politics of medical plurality, nationalist discourse, body practices, and consumption with a focus on South Asia and the Himalayan region. In this episode, Venera shares her trajectory in anthropology, the meaning of medical pluralism in India, and her current research on Indian communities in Hong Kong. For her, “anthropology gives hope and teaches you to be kind”.

    (This episode is conducted in English.)

    香港中文大學人類學系講師 Venera R. Khalikova 先後於俄羅斯及印度修讀人類學,並於美國匹茲堡大學取得人類學博士學位。她的研究專注於南亞及喜瑪拉雅一帶的多元醫學療法、國族主義和消費背後的文化政治。在今集節目,Venera 會分享她如何「順其自然」地投身人類學,多元療法於印度的意義,以及她最近關於在港印度社群的研究。對她來說,「人類學帶來希望,教人變得善良。」

    (本集訪問以英語進行。)



    1’18 Different approaches of studying and teaching anthropology 人類學教與學之不同取向

    17’22 From extreme sports in Russia to medical anthropology in India 由俄羅斯的極限運動到印度醫學人類學

    31’57 Medical pluralism in India 印度的多元療法

    48'59 Indian communities in Hong Kong and the value of anthropology 在港印度社群研究及人類學的價值

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