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印尼群島位於亞洲人群遷徙與文化交流的十字路口，也是世界第四大人口國家，重建印尼古代歷史是一件複雜且迷人的工作。印尼有眾多島嶼，每個島嶼有各自的文化與歷史，本課程將聚焦印尼西部地區，主要包括爪哇及蘇門答臘，年代跨度從公元前後至9世紀早期。本課程將教授印度-佛教時期考古的概述性知識，從追尋全亞洲的跨域交流到爪哇最後印度化王國Majapahit的衰滅。本課程將從歷史考古、歷史學、金石學、建築學、文化研究及藝術史的角度，探討幾個考古遺跡和遺址的發現，以及相關的議題。本課程將特別邀請國外專家學者Veronique Degroot全程參與教學。
Reconstructing the ancient history of Indonesia, the world’s fourth most population nation, is a complicated and fascinating task. The archipelago, located half way between China and India, Asia and Australia, has been a crossroads of people and cultures since the dawn of time. Indonesia counts thousands of islands, each with its culture and history. This course will focus on western Indonesia – mostly Java and Sumatra – from around the beginning of the common era to the early 9th c. It is conceived as an introduction to the archaeology of the Hindu-Buddhist period, from the first traces of pan-Asian until the fall of Majapahit, the last great Hindu kingdom of Java. While studying world-famous monuments as well as little-known sites, students will be introduced to the various disciplines pertaining to historical archaeology – history, epigraphy, architecture, cultural studies, art history – as well as to current debates. Veronique Degroot, the head of JAKARTA CENTER, FRENCH SCHOOL OF ASIAN STUDIES, will participate in and offer talks in class. The plan given below is provisional and will be adapted according to the interests and previous knowledge of the students. Certain parts might be extended, other might be shortened or suppressed. Homework will be limited to a few readings - a large part of the literature being either in Dutch or in Indonesian.
課程學習目標 Course Objectives
課程進度 Progress Description
|進度說明 Progress Description|
|1||Introduction : land, climate and prehistory|
|2||Neolithic and Early Metal Age|
|3||First traces of Indianization|
|4||Elements of Epigraphy|
|5||The kingdom of Srivijaya from the 7th to the 9th|
|6||Java during the Central Javanese period: historical framework|
|7||Java during the Central Javanese period: Early monuments(I)|
|8||Java during the Central Javanese period: Early monuments(II)|
|9||Discussion and evaluation|
以上每週進度教師可依上課情況做適度調整。The schedule may be subject to change.
Survey of the conntent relevant to SDGs
This course is relevant to these items of SDGs as following:
- 教育品質 (Quality Education)
- 全球夥伴 (partnerships for goals)
有關課程其他調查 Other Surveys of Courses1.本課程是否規劃業界教師參與教學或演講? 否
Is there any industry specialist invited in this course? How many times? No
Are there any internships involved in the course? How many hours? No
Is this course recognized as an academic ethics course? In the course how many hours are regarding academic ethics topics? No
Is this course recognized as a Community engagement and Service learning course? Which community will be engaged? No