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來源: 原住民族國際事務中心 - 許寶玉 - iia@gms.ndhu.edu.tw - 電話038905710
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標題: 【原住民族知識系列講座】Indigenous Knowledge Lecture Series: Flux, Vision, Voice, Survival: On a decolonizing filmmaking practice in Taiwan “Tongues of Heaven” Film Screening and Book Talk with Dr. Anita Chang (with co-directors Anchi Chen and Shinlan Yu as special guests)
日期: Tue, 13 Dec 2022 16:27:03 +0800
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Join us for one of the last sessions of our Indigenous Knowledge lecture series in partnership with our visiting faculty and students from Western Sydney University.

Lecture Topic: Flux, Vision, Voice, Survival: On a decolonizing filmmaking practice in Taiwan “Tongues of Heaven” Film Screening and Book Talk with Dr. Anita Chang (with co-directors Anchi Chen and Shinlan Yu as special guests)
Location and Time: College of Indigenous Studies Room B106 12/14/2022 10:00-12:00
Lecturer: Dr. Anita Wen-Shin CHANG

Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication at California State University – East Bay, USA. Dr. Chang received her PhD in Film and Digital Media from University of California – Santa Cruz, USA. Her research and creative practice examine the ways (post)colonial, diasporic, and multicultural societies represent themselves in various visual media, with a focus on retelling, reviving, and reimagining their stories and histories, along with the impact these works have on their respective communities and nations.


Co-Directors:

Ms. An-Chi CHEN
Paiwan/Rukai

Ms. Chen is from the Haocha Tribe in Wutai Township, Pingtung County. Since her undergraduate studies at NDHU’s Department of Indigenous Languages and Communication, she has been collaborating with Shin-Lan Yu on creative video productions. Most of her works focus on women’s issues, and are concerned with ethnic issues, particularly the important connection between ethnic groups and land. These stories of small places are gathered into a local stream of consciousness to be preserved through these documentaries and experimental videos.

 

Ms. Shin-Lan YU
Truku

Yu is from Sioulin Township, Hualien County. Since her undergraduate studies at NDHU’s Department of Indigenous Languages and Communication, she has been collaborating with An-Chi Chen on creative video productions. Their short documentary, Identity Sense, won the Student Award at the Taiwan Indigenous Television’s “To See the Indigenous World” contest. Yu and Chen have since produced the feature documentaries Wild Lily Does Not Wither and On the Road; experimental shorts Blue – Rushing into Jiru House and Red – Who Am I? examining the contemporary state of Indigenous displacement and migration; and recently, stories of migration and tribal changes within Yu’s community in Tongmen.

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