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仓东村项目旨在探索仓东村从清代晚期(1875-1912)到民国早期(1912-1941)的物质文化发展状况。

The Cangdong Village Project was developed to investigate the material practices of Cangdong Village residents during the Late Qing Dynasty (1875-1912) and Early Republic Period (1912-1927).

 

本项目是一个跨国多学科合作项目,参与项目的中美研究者包括历史学家、建筑史家、历史人类学家、民俗专家、植物学家和动物学家。

The project is a transnational, interdisciplinary partnership of researchers from both China and the United States, including historians, architectural historians, archaeologists, folklife specialists, botanists, and zoologists.

 

2016年12月,我们在仓东村进行了田野调查工作。根据调查结果,我们于2017年12月对四个地点进行了试掘,并发现了从清代晚期(1875-1912)到民国早期(1912-1941)的生活用品堆积。通过分析这些遗存,我们能够更好地了解该村居民当时的生活状况以及移民对日常生活产生的影响。美国学者也对仓东村项目的考古遗存加以研究,以便深入了解19世纪中国移民的文化背景。

We conducted surface studies of Cangdong Village in December 2016. Based on these studies, we selected four locations for subsurface testing in December 2017. The test units encountered deposits of household materials from the Late Qing Dynasty (1875–1912) and early Republic Period (1912–1941). Then we analyzed these artifacts to better understand how village residents lived during these periods and how their lives were influenced by migration. The findings of the Cangdong Village Project are also being used by researchers in the United States to understand the cultural backgrounds of 19th century Chinese migrants.

田野工作者们在仓东村 | Field researchers at Cangdong Village.

 

项目合作伙伴

Project Partners

 

广东省文物考古研究所
Guangdong Provincial Institute of Cultural Relics and Archaeology

 

广东省五邑大学广东侨乡文化研究中心
Guangdong Qiaoxiang Cultural Research Center at Wuyi University in Jiangmen City, Guangdong Province

 

美国斯坦福大学考古中心
Stanford Archaeology Center at Stanford University, Stanford, California, United States of America

 

 

项目经费来源

Funding provided by

 

  • 五邑大学( 广东侨乡文化研究中心)
    Wuyi University (Guangdong Qiaoxiang Cultural Research Center)
  • 斯坦福大学(国际事务办公室,社会科学研究所,Freeman-Spogli 研究所中国基金会,环境人类学 Lang 基金会,人类学系,斯坦福考古中心)
    Stanford University (Office of International Affairs, Institute for Research in the Social Sciences, Freeman-Spogli Institute China Fund; Lang Fund for Environmental Anthropology, Department of Anthropology, Stanford Archaeology Center, UPS Fund)
  • Wenner-Gren人类学研究基金会
    The Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research, Inc.

 

协作单位

Cooperating Organizations

 

Cangdong Village Heritage Education Project, Stanford University Department of Anthropology, Stanford University Center for East Asian Studies; Phoenix Travel.

 

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