Department of Cultural Assets and Reinventio

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Course Objectives and Departmental Learning Outcome

Department of Cultural Assets and Reinvention
Deconstructing Culture, Re-manifesting Splendor
 

Departmental Overview

The field of Cultural Assets and Reinvention sustains tradition while impelling cultural renaissance; and is considered by all specialists to be a key for the next wave of economic prosperity. The subject matter of this department involves both tangible and intangible cultural assets in archaeology and everyday life. Current international academic thinking and cultural policies indicate strong demand for specialized personnel to develop both asset types. This is the only academic department in all of Taiwan that can provide the full range of training required for such personnel in these two areas. It offers courses designed in light of international trends and needs that cultivate well-rounded talent for research and the management of cultural assets.
The curriculum is specially designed to stress cultivation of diverse capabilities, with equal emphasis on theory and practice. In addition to in-class instruction, numerous off-campus internship studies of various sorts are arranged to cultivate the professional talents of critical thinking and practical know-how. A consistent line of undergraduate and Master’s-level graduate courses is offered. Undergraduates with excellent academic records may elect graduate-level courses during their senior year for early planning of their professional futures.

Employment Prospects

Classes in this department emphasize diversified training in both theory and practice. Accordingly, the prospects of departmental graduates are wide-ranging, from continued graduate-level study in the field or becoming civil servants ( at various levels of government and cultural agencies, museums, schools and community educational institutions, etc.), community revitalization (local cultural and social research, management of cultural assets, etc.), or cultural industries (design, planning, marketing and management in the dining, clothing, industrial arts, cultural tourism, publishing, and media fields).

Faculty Profiles

Tsai, Ming-chih       Associate Professor/Ph. D., Architectural History and Conservation, Department of Architecture, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan /cultural heritage studies, architectural history and theory, environmental revitalization, museum studies
Chang, Yui-tan        Chair Professor/Ph.D., Department of Museum Studies, Leicester University, UK/museum studies, museum management, cultural policy.
Chen, Chinn-chuan  Professor/M.A., Graduate Institute of European Studies, Tamkang University, Taiwan/Taiwan history, Yilan society and culture, community development
Yuan-Fuh Shieh   professor/main research areas are music/command (management ensemble (chorus), orchestral works, chamber music, music style and works, symphony works appreciation, classical and popular), cultural creation and performance, music special studies.
Wong, Ling-ling       Associate Professor/D. Phil., Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, University of Oxford, UK./cultural anthropology, folk culture, ritual studies, Han Chinese society and culture.
Chi, Kuo-hsiung   Associate professor/ Ph. D., Department of Philosophy, Chinese Culture University, Taiwan /culture heritage ethics, economics of cultural policy
Pan, Fan         Associate Professor/Literature D., Art Science, Osaka University, Japan/art science, aesthetics, cultural tourism
Lo, Zhong-feng        Associate Professor/Ph. D., Department of Sociology, National Taiwan University, Taiwan /sociological theory, community revitalization, cultural policy, aesthetics
Lu, Wan-an              Associate Professor/M.D., Ph. D., Institute of Traditional medicine, National Yang Ming University, Taiwan /traditional Chinese medicine, medical treatment culture
Li, Yih-chuang         Associate Professor/Ph. D., Department of Anthropology, National Museum of Natural History/archaeology, preservation of cultural heritage, museum studies, human evolution
Wolfgang Schwabe  Associate professor/ Ph. D., Department of Sinology, Free University of Berlin; Ph. D., Department of Philosophy, National Taiwan University/Pre-Han Philosophy, Philosophy of Culture, Music-Aesthetics
Yang, Jun-Jie      Lecturer/Master Program of E-learning for Multimedia and Network Communications National Ilan University/Multimedia.

Department Contact Information

Telephone:    (+886-3) 987-1000, Extension 21801
Facsimile:     (+886-3) 987-6616
E-mail:          car@mail.fgu.edu.tw
URL:            http://www.fgu.edu.tw/~car