Organization profile

Organisation profile

Four features of the programming of teaching and studying development: 1.Basic training for the foundation of archaeology major 2.Historical archaeology for the deepening of local history 3.Austronesian archaeological study for international communication 4.Further improvement of the management and development of cultural heritage. Furthermore, because cultural heritage preservation act and relevant provisions are gradually amended and completed, Taiwan in future will need archaeological professionals up to ten times more than nowadays. The programming of the institute that lays emphasis on the combination of theory and field work, along with its integrated trainings, equips students with future developmental choices of both advanced study and employment. About the curriculum structure: the primary focus is the substantial training of the learning ability of archaeology to cultivate excellent archaeological professionals, which is the basis. Upon the basis further extends the development for students into two professional curriculum groups which are “theory of archaeology” and “management of archaeological sites as cultural heritage”, cultivating the professional ability for students’ future development with the adaptation to their capability and character. To reach the above goals, there is a need to give full play to those advantages of archaeology as the spanning of time, the integration of science & technology, and the great applicability, in combination with the basic theory and the trainings of field work ability that improve students’ competitiveness, and with the curriculum groups that cultivate students’ thinking mode to comprehend culture and history with broader perspectives.

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archaeology Social Sciences
Myanmar Social Sciences
Southeast Asia Social Sciences
animal Social Sciences
road Social Sciences
China Social Sciences
nomad Social Sciences
present Social Sciences

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Projects 2017 2020

Research Output 2003 2019

1 Citation (Scopus)

Rethinking the dental morphological differences between domestic equids

Chuang, R. & Bonhomme, V., 2019 Jan 1, In : Journal of Archaeological Science. 101, p. 140-148 9 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Geometric Morphometrics
2 Citations (Scopus)

Southeast Asian early Maritime Silk Road trading polities’ hinterland and the sea-nomads of the Isthmus of Kra

Bellina, B., Favereau, A. & Dussubieux, L., 2019 Jun 1, In : Journal of Anthropological Archaeology. 54, p. 102-120 19 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Southeast Asia
2 Citations (Scopus)

A first absolute chronology for Late Neolithic to Early Bronze Age Myanmar: New AMS 14C dates from Nyaung'gan and Oakaie

Pryce, T. O., Kyaw, A. A., Kyaw, M. M., Win, T. T., Win, T. T., Win, K. H., Mon, M. M., Aye, M. M., Htay, S. H., Mar, A. A., Bellina, B., Bentley, R. A., Champion, L., Colonna, C., Cook, A. J., Favereau, A., Fuller, D. Q., Georjon, C., Higham, C., Htwe, K. M. M. & 10 others, Iizuka, Y., Innanchai, J., Le Meur, C., Peixoto, X., Petchey, P., Pinhasi, R., Pradier, B., Valentin, F., Willis, A. & Zazzo, A., 2018 Jun 1, In : Antiquity. 92, 363, p. 690-708 19 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalReview article

Open Access
Southeast Asia
14C Dates

Student theses


Author: 文傑, 林., 2018 Sep 5

Supervisor: Chung, K. (Supervisor)

Student thesis: Master's Thesis