【重返田野：伊能嘉矩與臺灣文化再發現】展覽即將在三月八日開幕，策展人 陳偉智老師、指導老師 胡家瑜教授，臺大圖書館一樓日然廳，展期3/8~5/6，敬請期待 (歡迎分享轉發)
Return to the Field: Rediscovery of Ino Kanori and Cultures in Taiwan
Japanese scholar Ino Kanori (伊能嘉矩, 1867-1925) was a pioneer anthropologist of Taiwan indigenous people and Taiwan history. From 1895 to 1906¸ Ino conducted field survey several times in a decade. He immersed himself in historical documents, visited villages in remote areas, interviewed hundreds of informants, recorded firsthand observation, and collected ethnological and linguistic materials for the identification and classification of Taiwan indigenous people. He also became a noted expert in Taiwan history. “Rediscovery of Ino Kanori and Cultures in Taiwan” presents photographic images, manuscripts, maps and collections kept in rare book section of NTU Library and NTU Museum of Anthropology. It also marks all locations where Ino conducted his fieldwork through DocuGIS. For comparison of the past with the present, the exhibition provides documentaries of revisiting Ino Kanori’s fieldworks. We will see how Ino’s views of Taiwan indigenous people and history has been adopted and redeployed in contemporary ethnic and cultural movements. Let’s return to the field and rediscover cultures in Taiwan.