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2019.05.27【再現監禁與離散: 從殖民監獄與上海隔都談困難襲產在東亞】

更新日期:2019年5月15日

[北藝大博班實驗室 2019 系列講座 I] 時空移轉.文化續存

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再現監禁與離散: 從殖民監獄與上海隔都談困難襲產在東亞

〖Incarceration, Displacement, and Diaspora: On Difficult Heritage in East Asia through Cases of Colonial Prisons and Shanghai Ghetto〗

講者:黃舒楣(國立臺灣大學建築與城鄉研究所助理教授)

時間:2019年05月27日(一) 13:30-16:30

(當日萬安演習為13:30-14:00,建議於13:30前入場)

地點:國立臺北藝術大學 基進講堂(圖書館3F,入口位於圖書館正門前石階左側。)


相較於歐美,困難襲產在東亞顯得特別困難,因其過去與未來仍緊密鑲嵌於區域地緣政治中而猶為敏感,動輒得咎。講者將以近年研究日本前殖民地監獄建築保存及再利用,案例跨越旅順、首爾及臺灣,以及上海前公共租界提籃橋監獄周邊里弄如何重整其猶太難民遺產,來檢視後殖民社會如何面對困難歷史遺緒,多方行動者如何以歷史資產(或債務)來策略性索求或發展外交友誼,而選擇性地再現監禁與離散、深化懲罰的都市空間表現。同時,外來者留下的困難地方往往疊上了晚近都市化過程紋理,時有大量居民在襲產化過程中成為尷尬存在,甚或,如提籃橋地區居民多年居於舊建築中想望不可及的動遷,形同另類監禁。


│關鍵詞│ 困難襲產、監獄、猶太人、國族主義、襲產外交


│講者│黃舒楣

美國華盛頓大學建成環境學院博士,現任國立臺灣大學建築與城鄉研究所助理教授。研究領域為城鄉環境規劃設計、依存地景、東亞城市再生比較研究、後殖民文化資產保存與記憶研究、原住民社區災後動遷與重建等。著有《Carescapes of Hong Kong: Two System, One City》(2015)及《Heritage, Memory, and Punishment: Remembering Colonial Prisons in East Asia》 (與Hyun-Kyung Lee 合著,即將出版)等。


│建議閱讀文獻│

Huang, S. (2017). Remembering and Representing Imprisonment for the (Colonial) Present: Cases of Defunct Colonial Prisons in East Asia, In Wilson, Jacqueline Z., Sarah Hodgkinson, Justin Piche and Kevin Walby (Eds.)The Palgrave Handbook of Prison Tourism, Palgrave Macmillan: London. pp. 651-671.

Huang, S. M., & Lee, H. K. (2019). Difficult heritage diplomacy? Re-articulating places of pain and shame as world heritage in northeast Asia. International Journal of Heritage Studies25(2), 143-159.

Pan, Lu (2015). Remembering the Pain of “Others”: Reflections on the Shanghai Jewish Refugees Museum and Beyond. Writing the War in Asia – a documentary history. http://www.warinasia.com/iris-pan-lu



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