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Shiung, Chung-Ching

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Description: Shiung, Chung-Ching Lecturer Department of Anthropology Sun Yat-Sen University (Zhongshan University) Guangzhou, 510275 CHINA E-mail: legnaepoh@hotmail.com Academic Fields: Archaeology Theories, Mat ...

Shiung, Chung-Ching

Lecturer

Department of Anthropology

Sun Yat-Sen University (Zhongshan University)

Guangzhou, 510275

CHINA

E-mail: legnaepoh@hotmail.com

 

Academic Fields:

Archaeology Theories, Material Culture, Ceramics, Geographic Information System, Archaeology and the Public, Culture Contact, Exchange, Human Ecology, Museum Studies, Taiwan and Southeast Asia.

Education:

2011 Ph.D. in Anthropology. University of Washington.

Thesis: The Implications of Social, Cultural, Economic, and Political Interactions for Ceramic Evolution on the Banda Islands, Maluku Province, Indonesia

Employment History:

2011-Present. Lecturer. Department of Anthropology, Sun Yat-Sen University.

2007. Teaching Assistant. Department of Anthropology, University of Washington

Other Academic Positions:

Awards and Fellowships:

2009 Conference Travel Funding, Anthropology Department, University of Washington.

2007 Pilot research funding, Anthropology Department, University of Washington.

2002-2004 Exchange Program tuition waiver, Graduate School, University of Washington.

Publications:

Journal Articles:

2009, Applications and Problems of GIS in Archaeological Site Management and

Predictive Modeling, Journal of Cultural Property Conservation, No. 8, pp. 4-19.

2008, Value, significance, and the models of evaluating the cultural resource of archaeological sites, Journal of Cultural Property Conservation, No. 4, pp. 81-90.

 

Conference Papers:

2009, The Evolution of Ceramics on the Banda Islands in Central Maluku, Indonesia, the 19th Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association Congress, November 29 – December 5, 2009, Hanoi.

2008, Value, Significance, and the Models of Evaluating the Cultural Resource of Archaeological Sites, the 14th Annual North American Taiwan Studies Conference, June 27-29, 2008, Seattle.

2008, Preliminary research: the influence of the 12-17th century nutmeg trade on the material culture of the Banda Islands, paper presented at the International Conference of Archaeology around Greater Taiwan Area & Annual Meeting of Taiwan Archaeology 2007, pp. VII-D-1~18.

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