基本素養 Basic Literacy
Cultivate capacity of archaeological research.
Enrich global perspectives on Austronesian studies.
Advance ability to communicate archaeological knowledge and to participate social relevance.
Cultivate large-scale and long-term perspectives on social developments and mankind.
Advance the ability of appreciating archaeological methods and theories.
Develop the ability of interpreting , analyzing , and presenting archaeological materials.
Promote the ability of professional writing and academic research.
Advance the ability on cultural resource managements.
Enrich the capacity of communication and application of archaeological knowledge.
課程概述 Course Description陶器自新石器時代開始即廣泛地出現在全球各地，由於陶器的質地堅硬，在大部分的考古遺址中都能保存下來，因此通常是最為豐富的考古遺物。陶器在考古學領域中一向是重要的分析與研究對象。考古學者藉由陶器的相似性討論族群的遷徙與文化的交流，也從陶器的工藝特徵討論器物的製作流程、社會關係、使用功能、象徵系統等等。本課程主要介紹陶器分析的議題、理論與方法。另外，還會從不同的案例中學習台灣及周邊地區史前陶器的演變。
Ceramics are widely found all over the world from the beginning of the Neolithic period. They are usually the most abundant archeological relic due to their hard texture and being preserved in most archeological sites. Ceramics have always been important objects for analysis and research in the field of archeology. Archeologists discuss the migration and cultural exchange of ethnic groups through the similarities of ceramics, and they also discuss the production sequences, social relations, functions, and symbolic systems from the technological characteristics of ceramics. This course mainly introduces the issues, theories and methods of ceramic analysis. In addition, we will also learn from different cases the evolution of prehistoric ceramics in Taiwan and the surrounding areas.
課程學習目標 Course Objectives
Survey of the conntent relevant to SDGs
This course is relevant to these items of SDGs as following:
- 教育品質 (Quality Education)
- 可負擔能源 (Affordable and clean energy)
- 減少不平衡 (Reduced Inequalities)
- 永續城市與社區 (sustainable cities and communities)
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