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    Title: 水手、商旅與行遊僧:季風亞洲早期歷史與宗教的海上網絡研究—從「法」的傳播與南島語族族群的活動證據, 進行「集體式」合作的 GIS 數位資源製圖人文學的科學研究
    Other Titles: Mariners, Merchants, Monks: Early Historical Religious Maritime Networks in Monsoon Asia based on the Spread of Dharma and Finding Austronesian Connective Evidence utilizing Collective Digital Humanities GIS Mapping Resources
    Authors: 卜道
    Blundell, David
    Contributors: 英國語文學系
    Date: 2017
    Issue Date: 2017-07-14 09:14:20 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本計畫對南島航海,以及季風亞洲宗教網絡的文化地圖上做出了相當貢獻。本計畫研究內容包含了南亞印度宗教在南島部分區域所造成的影響。本研究的移地研究與國際合作包含了美國夏威夷大學東西文化中心、印度、斯里蘭卡以及印尼,特別是在蘇拉威西島。國內的合作機構則包括了國立高雄大學、國立台灣大學、國立師範大學以及國立政治大學。研究結果包含了地理資訊系統、會議論文以及其他出版品。並追溯印度-太平洋文化以及語言的發展以及傳播已構成一套空間地理文化地圖。本研究也更進一步釐清了台灣在南亞語系,及南島航海歷史的傳播與發展中,所扮演的角色,特別是將早期佛教在蘇拉威西島的相關資訊整合入柏克萊大學文化電子地圖計畫(ECAI)中的海上佛教地圖。 This project has contributed to an atlas of historical Monsoon Asia as points of reference for Austronesian navigation and religious networks. The MoST grant allowed for research in selected regions of Austronesia to discern the extent of Southern Asian Indic religious and linguistic influences. The research was facilitated and conducted internationally at the University of Hawai‘I, India, Sri Lanka, and Indonesia, esp. Sulawesi. Methodological questions were created on issues of research design and strategies to advance and test empirical science in spatial humanities. Domestically collaboration was far reaching with synergies affiliated with National Kaohsiung University, National Taiwan Normal University, and National Chengchi University. For administrative purposes the project was extended to March 2017.Research conclusions include tracing of cultural and linguistic circulation and transmission in selected Indo- Pacific regions to create portions of a spatiotemporal GIS atlas recording points of ancient cultural pursuits traced in living languages, historical accounts, and archaeological findings. The products include the interplay of GIS spatial humanities maps, international and local research in digital humanities integration of best practices, conference papers, and published articles. The research process and outcome contributes to a richer understanding of the role Taiwan has played in incubating Austronesian languages and ushering in early navigation facilitating trade networks bearing exchanges of beliefs and goods across regions of the Indo-Pacific. Specifically, the research adds a mapped component of early Buddhism in Sulawesi applied to the Electronic Cultural Atlas Initiative (ECAI, http://ecai.org). The ultimate use of the research will contribute as an atlas module for museum exhibits of the Virtual Reality Surround Environment in discussion with the National Palace Museum, Southern Branch, featuring the ECAI Atlas of Maritime Buddhism projects.
    Relation: 科技部
    Data Type: report
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