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Professor Lin,Yao-Tong(林曜同教授)
2013-11-12
Professor Lin,Yao-Tong(林曜同教授)

Current position: Classical Literature and Folk Art
Institute of National Taipei University, Assistant Professor

Education: National Taiwan University Institute of
Anthropology

Experience:
National Taipei University of Education- Culture Institute,
Assistant Professor
National Taiwan University of Arts- General Education
Center, Assistant Professor
National Chin-Yi University of Science and Technology
College of General Education, Assistant Professor
National Chiayi University Science of History, Assistant
Professor
National Chung Hsing University General Education Center,
Part-Time Lecturer
Aletheia University Department of Religious Studies,Part-
Time Lecturer
Taipei First Girls' High School, Department of Humanities
And
Social Science, Classical Reading Teacher
Taipei Municipal Jianguo High School, Department of
Humanities
and Social Sciences, Classical Reading Teacher
Taipei Municipal Zhongshan Girls' Senior High School,
Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, Classical
Reading Teacher
National Taichung Girls' Senior High School,
Department of Humanities and Social Science, Experimental
Class Classical Reading Teacher

Publications:
A. JOURNALS
2011
“Rituals Research: The Compare and Contrast of Ali
Aboriginal Family Mayasvi and Pas Ta'ai” Chiayi Research
Vol. 4
2010
“ The Revival of Ethnic Identity Through Tony Gods Memorial
Ceremony Music and Dance In Taoyuan Township Hla'alua (1993
-2003)” Literature and History of Taiwan, pages 103-143.
2010
“Identity Construction: Nantsaihsien (Namasia) Indigenous
Ethnic Group
Research (1915-2006)”, Chiayi Research, pages 103-150.
2008
“Religious Education Teaching Experience of Austronesia”
The Teaching Profession 20:30-31.
2005
“Construction Category: South Tsou Tribe Kanakanavu Ethnic
Discourse”, National Taiwan Archeology Journal of
Anthropology Vol 65, pages 97-140.
2001
“On the "Sharing of Substance" Human culture Vol 34, Page
60-65.
2000
“Sharing of Substance, process and reflection of
ethnographic
ideas: On Orchid Island’s Yami Family Research on New
Trends” National Taiwan University Archaeological
Anthropology Vol 56, page 130 -157.

B. THESIS CONFERENCE
2010 October 29-30.
“Rituals Research: The Compare and Contrast of Ali
Aboriginal Family Mayasvi and Pas Ta'ai”
The Sixth the Chiayi Research Symposium, Chiayi County
Government, Organized By National Chiayi University Taiwan
Humanities and Cultural Research Centre

2010 October 2.
“Aboriginal Villages, Migration And Post-Disaster
Reconstruction: Namasia Township”
Taiwan Anthropology and China Ethnic Society 2010 Annual
Meeting, Organized By Taiwan Anthropology and the National
Society, Taipei Nankang,

2010 October 2
“Laonong River Ethnic Groups Migration During The
Dutch And Japanese Occupation: Sansha Rukai And Sha
Alu A"
Hillside Areas Ethnic Relations And Religious Change Forum,
Academia Sinica
Organized By the Institute Of Taiwanese History, National
Kaohsiung Normal University, Taiwanese Culture and Language
Institute, Kaohsiung

2009 December 11-12
“Kanakanavu Ethnogenesis And Nantsaihsien High And Lowland
Ethnic Relations: During The Dutch and Japanese
Colonial Period” Hillside Area Villages And Ethnic Groups
Symposium,
Organized By The Academia Sinica Institute Of Taiwan
History, in Taipei Nangang

2009 May 24-25.
“Altar And Identity Re-Construction: Comparative Study Of
Two Upstream Indigenous Ethnic Groups: The Namasia (1915-
2006)”, The Fifth Chiayi Symposium, Chiayi County
Government,
Organized By The National Chiayi University In Taiwan
Culture Research Center, October 30-31.

2008 “Ethnic Minorities Conference and Investigation”
The Fourth The Chiayi Research Symposium The Chiayi County
Government, Organized By The National Chiayi University In
Taiwan Culture Research Center

2005 August 7 -12
"Ethnic Classification And Self-Identity: A Story Of
The Construction Of Tsau Tsu In Taiwan. "Paper Presented At
The 6th Annual Association Of Pacific Rim, Universities
Doctoral The Student Conference, University Of The Oregon,

2004 October 15
“Construction Category: A Discourse on the Kanakanavu
Family Tribe”
Fifth National Anthropology Graduate Thesis, Organized By
The National Dong Hwa University, Hualien

2003 December 13
“Taoyuan Township Saalua Ethnic Classification And Ethnic
Identity”
Southern Tsou and Shah Rua Ethnic Culture Seminar, Sponsored
by The Formosa Aboriginal Culture And Arts Foundation

C. BOOKS AND THESIS
2009
“Aboriginal Jewelry Overview”, He Chuanshen and Liao Tse
Editor of
“Unfading Aura: The Original Residents Clothing Catalog”
In Taichung: National Museum Of Natural Science, Pages 37-
40. .

2009
“The Tsou Tribe Conference and Investigation”
Lee Mingjen Editor In Chief of "The Fourth Chiayi Studies
Symposium”
Chiayi: National Chiayi University In Taiwan Culture
Research Center, Pages 99-128.

2002
“The Kanakanavu Tribe” Xie Xuchang Editor in Chief, of
Kaohsiung County Aboriginal Society And Culture, Kaohsiung
County Government, Pages 205-266. .

2002 Co-Editor Ye Jianing “Hla'alua Tribe” Xie Xuchan
Editor in chief of Aboriginal Community and Culture in
Kaohsiung County
Kaohsiung: Kaohsiung County Government, Pages 267-313.
1998 Myths, Historical Events And Ethnicity In The
Identities
In Changing Contexts, Alina Rastam Ed., Tokyo: The
International House Of Japan, Pp. 155-161.


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