|Name||Blundell, David (卜道教授)|
|Department||International Master's & Doctoral Programs in Asia-Pacific Studies|
|Degrees||1973 School for International Training, Experiment in International Living. Scholarship,|
South Asia Program to Sri Lanka for language and culture, Brattleboro, Vermont.
1975 B.A. Department of History, California State University, Long Beach. Advanced
Certificate in Interdisciplinary Asian Studies (President’s List).
1975-1976 University of Peradeniya, Department of Sinhala, Peradeniya, Sri Lanka.
1977-1978 University of California Berkeley’s Group in Buddhist Studies.
1980 M.A. Department of Anthropology, University of California, Los Angeles.
1983 Ph.D. Department of Anthropology, University of California, Los Angeles.
1983-1984 Postdoctoral Scholar in Anthropology, UCLA.
1985-1986 Mandarin Training Center, National Taiwan Normal University, Taipei, Taiwan.
1987 Thai Society and Buddhist Studies Program, Thammasat University, Bangkok,
|Research Interests||Ethnography of communication, anthropology of|
religion, ethnographic film (visual anthropology), life history accounts,
language and culture, symbolic anthropology, Taiwan & Asia-Pacific as a
cultural area, aesthetic anthropology
|Selected Publications||2012 Taiwan Since Martial Law: Society, Culture, Politics, Economics. David Blundell, ed.University of California, Berkeley & National Taiwan University Press. [Refereed]|
2009 Austronesian Taiwan: Linguistics, History, Ethnology, Prehistory. Revised Edition.David Blundell, Ed. Berkeley, CA: Phoebe A. Hearst Museum, University of California.(First Published 2000) [Refereed]
2011 “Taiwan Austronesian Language Heritage Connecting Pacific Island Peoples:Diplomacy and Values,” International Journal of Asia-Pacific Studies (IJAS),
January 2011: 75-91.
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