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社會實踐與藝術製作

社會實踐與藝術製作

大學路1001號交通大學人社二館106, Hsinchu, 300, Taiwan

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About 本主頁發佈「社會實踐與藝術製作」課程信息。上課時間:每週四13:30-16:30,交通大學人社二館106A
This page will upload informations about the course Social Practice and Artistic Production on Thursday 13:30-16:30, Room 106
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Description 交通大學社會與文化研究所與亞際文化研究國際學程合作提出「社會實踐與藝術製作」(2017年秋季學期開始,每週四13:30-16:30,人社二館106A),以總整課程(Capstone Course)的概念,提供人文社會學科跨領域實驗性製作空間(Maker Space)。目的在於協助學生整合其不同課程所學,經過統整與反思,藉由一個社會關懷與社會實踐的計畫,透過創意與科技,製作成果,以便可以過渡到下一個階段,例如研究所的進階研究,或是進入社會的文創產業。

這門課將以當前社會重要議題為主題,例如遷移(移工、配偶、無國籍者),兩岸關係,東亞左翼傳統,東亞與東南亞地區的殖民/解殖重層歷史,戰爭經驗,戰後與當代政治、經濟、文化與社會變遷,新自由主義發展政策與環境污染,原住民土地權利,農業與糧食問題,性別平等與階級正義等問題。每學期著重的議題,將視參與同學而調整。

在課程進行的過程中,授課教師將根據修課同學的的問題意識或研究計畫,邀請跨領域教師、教授歷史檔案硏究法與田野調查法(口訪、參與觀察),或者邀請NGO組織以及藝術行動團體分享NGO組織與藝術行動經驗,以便鼓勵修課學生尋求問題的深化,並且探索解決方案以及成果展現方式。

課程將以小組合作的方式進行,透過討論,完成成果製作,並且公開發表。作品展現方式結合問題意識、藝術創意與科技製作,包括口述歷史、民族誌、記錄片、深度新聞報導、多媒體策展、圖像論文等不同形式呈現。

*** Social Practice and Artistic Production Joyce C.H. Liu & Shu-Fen Lin Thursday 13:30-16:30 Room 106 Humanities and Social Sciences Building #2, NCTU

The aim of this course is to offer a “Maker Space,” in the spirit of Capstone Course, to assist students to synthesize their learnings from different classes and to incorporate the methodologies and techniques we offer in this class, to accomplish their own project, basing on their own problematics, through social practice and artistic production.

We encourage our students to anchor their projects on contemporary social issues, such as migration (migrant workers, foreign spouse, statelessness), cross-strait relations, leftist tradition in Asia, complex histories of colonialism and decolonization in Asia, war experience, contemporary political-economic-cultural and social changes, neoliberalism and development, environmental pollution, land justice, aboriginal rights, agricultural and food autonomy, gender equality, class issues, and so on. Each semester, we will re-adjust the focus of our concentration according to the participation of students.

This course is divided into three parts: (1) methodologies: archival research, field work, techniques of interviews, oral history, reportage, ethnography; (2) techniques of production: the making of documentary, multi-media curation, in-depth news report; (3) local NG
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