台湾大学 台湾文学研究所

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四、台湾艺术领域课程

艺术领域

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·         原住民文化与艺术

授课教授:瓦历斯.拉拜

学分:2

课程介绍:

  本课程系从艺术及文化人类学的角度去探讨台湾原住民文化与艺术,借助现有书籍图录、博物馆典藏品、光盘录影带等影像资料,介绍台湾原住民族的物质文化变迁与艺术特质的展现脉动,进行当代原住民文化与艺术议题之探讨。更进一步思考原住民文化与艺术的当代性、社会性、历史性、人文性等等议题,并借助于影像资料、部落参访、原住民艺文工作者演讲、艺术与文化人类学者演讲、顺益原住民博物馆、凯达格兰会馆或北投文物馆参观、课堂分组讨论等方式来分析台湾原住民族与南岛民族族群在物质生活与文化历史脉络上的变迁与演进,配合异步远距教学之数码学习课程内容,进行异步线上教学之便利性与辅助性,诠释其中原住民文化与艺术之于现代社会与文化艺术现象的再现、功能与意义性,给予公平客观的定位与解读。 此外,本课程最有趣的特色,即是要求每一位同学实际去亲身体验原住民部落的山、云、川、居民、生活、环境、饮食、文化、祭典、艺术等等的感受,以期从中发觉台湾原住民族最具文化与艺术生命力的真正人文体验。

     
  

·         布袋戏入门

授课教授:黄侨伟

学分:2

课程介绍:


介绍传统布袋戏源流及演变、传统布袋戏前场身段及道具运用、传统布袋戏后场音乐介绍文字谱及锣鼓经、传统布袋戏戏套介绍及运用,以及传统布袋戏剧本赏析。借此理解传统布袋戏源流及演变,认识并懂得如何欣赏布袋戏。


·         台湾戏剧历史与理论专题



授课教授:林鹤宜



学分:3

课程介绍:(限博士生选修)

旨在让学生从历史的视野,探索台湾戏剧的发展规律;观察目前学术界所建构的历史研究内涵及开发的议题,尤其关注历史对当今戏剧发展的启发。熟悉台湾戏剧历史相关研究,思考并探索研究途迳与方法。

·         探索台湾:台湾电影与台湾社会

授课教授:郭任峯

学分:2

课程介绍
Course Description

The course is conducted in English

In this course we look closely at several Taiwanese films over the past two decades, and through them we intend to understand what prominent phenomena and changes have been taking place in Taiwan’s social culture. Some of the films speak to the current socio-political conditions on this island; some reflect an emerging cultural trend; some indicate social problems; yet some propose alternative approaches to history. In any case, those films present themselves as various attempts to make conversations with the world that we call Taiwan and live in. It is in this thread of thought that we learn to establish a connection between Taiwanese films and Taiwanese social trends/events through this course.

Through this course we expect to understand the social development vis-a-vis cinema in Taiwan. We look closely at the emergence of Taiwan New Cinema in the 1980s as well as the socio-political and -cultural contexts in which it emerged. This course moves on to discuss various subject matters and social trends in Taiwan from the 1990s on; we also look at the films produced in Taiwan in relation to those matters and trends.

 

·         展示台湾: 从博物館看台湾 Taiwan Through the Lens of Its Museums


授课教授:蔡君彝

学分:3

课程介绍:




 This course is part of the popular “Exploring Taiwan” series offered at NTU since 2012. At once a 
history and a museology class, the course analyzes a variety of museums in Taiwan and their constructed narratives with critical readings in museum studies. The museums featured range from archaeology to contemporary art, from natural history to ethnography, and from concrete artifacts to intangible cultural heritage and digitized material. All focus on different aspects of Taiwan’s history and culture and are conveniently located in the greater Taipei area for visitations.

The course’s goal is threefold: (1) it introduces students to the unique arts, cultures, peoples, and histories of Taiwan as represented through its museums, (2) it brings attention to the historical context that engendered these institutions, (3) and it draws awareness to the theory and practice of collecting, display, and interpretation at work behind the museum’s narratives. 

Readings will be mostly in English and occasionally in Chinese. International students can 
partner with local students to complete readings. We will focus on one museum each week and read its official publications, independent historical and museological research on its subject, and studies on comparative museums abroad. Each class will consist of a 2-hour lecture by the instructor, followed by a 1-hour group discussion on key readings or video clips. There will be 2 fieldtrips to local museums and 2 guest lectures by museum professionals or museum studies scholars.

 从酷儿文学与电影凝视台湾




  授课教授:郑芳婷

学分:3

课程介绍:(本课程以英语授课。)

「酷儿」(Queer)意指挑战或抵拒传统「正典」(Norm)建构价值的论述与实践。台湾电影产业历经台语电影、武侠片、功夫片、政宣片、学生电影及新浪潮电影等时期。魏德圣《海角七号》以后,台湾电影产业进入新一波复甦,更多类型的电影百花齐放。在台湾文学长流中,酷儿文学深具挑战传统价值与霸权思想的能量,近代数码与科幻相关论述主题更是丰富了原有的酷儿文学框架。本课程聚焦台湾当代具指标意义的酷儿文学与电影作品,试图在二者之间建构多元对话,并搭配国内外重要酷儿理论,相辅相成。择选作品不仅在文化美学上生产出独特风格,亦与其创作时代的在地脉络发出深远的共鸣。



透过深度检视台湾经典酷儿文学、电影及国内外重要酷儿相关理论,引导修课同学自文学与电影作品所涉及的文化美学及社会关怀中思考台湾的各种面向,加强同学对于台湾相关议题的独立思考与批判能力,并从中欣赏台湾在地之美。



In the history of Taiwanese film, a variety of genres appear, including chivalric films, independent films, and New Wave cinema.  In the local film industry’s period of revival following the box-office success of Wei Te-Sheng’s Cape No. 7, a new genre, queer film, emerged, which questions and problematizes traditions and norms. Referring to discourses and practices that focus on challenging normative constructions, queer art, and particularly literature, is a force that consistently resists all kinds of hegemony within Taiwanese culture. Emerging digital and science-fiction discourses further enrich the possibilities for queer literature and film. This course focuses on significant queer literature and film from the past decade, fashioning dialogues between the two.
This course aims to prepare students for subsequent study in the field of Taiwanese queer films and related critical theories. The materials include selected queer films, texts, and theories that work on the social issues with Taiwanese contexts. By examining selected Taiwanese queer films and critical discourses with both Taiwanese and European-American contexts, the course helps students to rethink the cultural, artistic, and social issues embedded in the selected materials. Students are expected to improve their critical skills and aesthetical connoisseurship while learning the beauty of the island.