朱元鴻 | Yuan-Horng Chu

Professor, Graduate Institute for Social Research and Cultural Studies, National Chiao Tung University

Ph.D. Sociology, University of Texas at Austin.


Email: yhchu@cc.nctu.edu.tw, yhchu8@gmail.com

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Phone: 886-3-5712121 #58252

Fax: 886-35734450

 

Office Hour:

Tuesday 15:40-17:30

Wednesday 13:30-16:30


EDUCATION
  • 1990 Ph.D.(Sociology) The University of Texas at Austin.
  • 1985 M.A. (Sociology) The University of Texas at Austin.
  • 1980 B.A. (Sociology) Tunghai University, Taiwan.

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EXPERIRENCE
  • 2004-2008 Director The Graduate Institute for Social Research and Cultural Studies, National Chiao Tung University
  • 2002- Professor The Graduate Institute for Social Research and Cultural Studies, National Chiao Tung University
  • 2000-2002 Professor Department of Sociology, Tunghai University.
  • 1991-1992 Associate Professor, Graduate Institute of Communication, Fujen University.
  • 1990-2000 Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, Tunghai University.

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ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS IN REFEREED JOURNALS
  1. 2007 “Clinamen: Contemporary Cataracts of an Ancient Chance,” ,Router: a Journal of Cultural Studies, no.5 (forthcoming)
  2. 2006 “Saint Paul Renaissance: New Icons for Contemporary Radical Politics?” ,Router: a Journal of Cultural Studies, no.3: 205-229.

  3. 2005 “Dusk or Dawn on Agamben Painted Exceptional Rule,”,Router: a Journal of Cultural Studies, no.1: 197-219.
  4. 2004 “Community Astral and Crypto: a critical review on Jean-Luc Nancy’s Inoperative Community,” (Review Article on Jean-Luc Nancy, Inoperative Community),Journalist Studies, no. 78: 187-198.

  5. 2002 “Culture Industry: A Genus That Will Soon be Obsolete by Its Prosperity,” in Culture Industries in Taiwan, Taiwan Industry Research Mook, no.3: 11-45.
  6. 2002 “Greek Buddha: On the Journey of an Icon and the Mythopoesis of Museum and Art History,” ,Taiwanese Journal of Sociology, no.28: 7-76.
  7. 1998 “Prostitute Studies in Question,” Taiwan: A Radical Quarterly in Social Studies, no. 30: 1-34.
  8. 1998 “Are We Living in Different Worlds? In Memory of T. S. Kuhn,”, Taiwanese Sociological Review, no. 2: 123-172.
  9. 1997 “Social Ladders Measured by One’s Own Feet: An Analysis of Aesthetic Judgment,”, Proceedings of the NSC: Humanities and Social Sciences, vol.7, no.1: 111-129
  10. 1997 “Betrayal: On the Ethnographic Underworld,” Taiwan: A Radical Quarterly in Social Studies, no. 26: 29-65.
  11. 1996 “From Pathology to Politics (For Queer Against Cure): Queering a Sociological Paradigm,” Taiwan: A Radical Quarterly in Social Studies, no.24: 109-141.
  12. 1995 “Risk Knowledge and Risk Media: A Political Sociological Analysis,” Taiwan: A Radical Quarterly in Social Studies, no.19:195-224。
  13. 1994 “Avant-garde for People's Sake — A Misrecognition or A Game?”(with Shih-ming Li), The Southeast Asian Journal of Social Science. Double Issue: Cultural Studies in the Asia Pacific, vol.22: 94-100.
  14. 1993 “Pragmatic Feudalism: A Narrative Analysis of National Memory, with special reference to the post-1949 China,” Chinese Journal of Sociology, no.16: 1-23.
  15. 1993 “Just Rhetoric: From the pre-Socratic to the post-Nietzscheans,”, Communication Culture, no.1:81-102.
  16. 1992 “The Trends of Childlessness in Taiwan:1966-1980,” Tunghai Journal of Social Sciences, no.11: 443-459.
  17. 1991 “Scholarly Feudalism: Historical Discourse as Revolutionary Enterprise, with Special Reference to Chinese Historiography in the 1930's,” Tunghai Journal of Social Sciences, no.10 : 257-276.

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BOOKS
  1. 2001 Thomas Kuhn: A Critical Reader. Co-edited with D. Fu, Taipei: Chuliu.
  2. 2000 In Different Worlds We Live: Sociological Notes on Framing. Taipei: Tangshan.

■ ARTICLES IN BOOKS

  1. 2008 “Jus post bellum: Pardon et dénis, historiques en Asie de l’Est et en Europe après 1945” Traduit de l’angais par Catherine Pinguet, Pierre Bayard et Alain Brossat, Les dénis de l’histoire: Europe et Extrême-Orient au XXe siècle, (Editions Laurence Teper):101-122.
  2. 2008 “Prostitute Studies in Question,” reprinted in Wei-cheng Chu (ed.) Critical Sexual Politics, (Taipei, Taishe): 87-113.
  3. 2006 “The Fourth World War and its Collusion, Have you seen it?” an introductory essay to the Chinese edition of Jean Baudrillard, The Spirit of Terrorism, (Taipei: Cité): 7-28.
  4. 2006 “Rabelais and Our World,” an introductory essay to the Laureate Chinese version of Rabelais’ The Life of Gargantua and of Pantagruel, the Laureate Series of World Literature Classics, (Taipei, the Laureate).
  5. 2004 “War: Mode of Thought and Perception,” an introductory essay to the Chinese edition of Paul Virilio, Stratégie de la déception (Taipei: Cité): 7-28.
  6. 2003 “The War That Never Happened, Déjà vu,” an introductory essay to the Chinese edition of Jean Baudrillard, La guerre du Golfe n’a pas eu lieu (Taipei: Cité): 7-20.
  7. 2002 “A Singular Delight of a Dialogical Non-sense,” an introductory essay to the Chinese edition of Jean Baudrillard and Jean Nouvel, Les objets Singuliers: Archetecture et philosophie (Taipei: Garden City): 8-17.
  8. 2002 “Modernity and Postmodernity in Taiwan,” in C.H. Wang (ed.) Taiwan Society. (Taipei: Chuliu): 493-540.
  9. 2001 “Inaudibly Syncopated,” Triangular Park: an E-Journal of Cultural Studies, no.10.
  10. 2001 “Many Walls for the Delinquent Girls,” in Josephine Ho (ed.) Sex Work: the Prostitutes’ Right Perspectives. (Taipei: Chuliu): 327-333.
  11. 2001 “A Supplement between Science and Art,” Introduction to Y.H. Chu and D. Fu (eds.) Thomas Kuhn: A Critical Reader (Taipei: Chuliu): 7-18.
  12. 1997 “The Counter-revolution: A Family of Crimes, Chinese Communist Revolutionary Rhetoric, 1929-1989,” in J. Turpin and L. R. Kurtz (ed.) The Web of Violence: From Interpersonal to Global. (Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press): 69-89.
  13. 1996 “Europe? The Social? Theory? — Baudrillard’s Art of Disappearing,” in R.R. Hwang (ed.) European Social Theories, (Taipei: Institute of European and American Studies, Academia Sinica): 1-45.

■ CONFERENCE PAPERS

  1. 2007 “Politics of Memory in the Entwintment of Democracy with Ethnic Nationalism: In memory of the lifting of Taiwan’s martial law in 1987 ,” Politique et Culture, Summer Research Institue, Chilhac, Auvergne, France, 2-8 septembre.
  2. 2006 “Jus Post Bellum, Forgiveness, and Historical Denial,” Dénis Historiques et Travail de la Mémoire, au Musée d’art et d’histoire de Saint-Denis at à l’Université Paris 8, Paris, decembre.
  3. 2006 “Witness: a Political Dimension of Art:with Special Reference to the Guantanamo Camp and Abu Ghraib Prison,” Sociology of Arts Conference, Institute of European and American Studies, Academia Sinica, Taipei, November.
  4. 2006 “Jus Post Bellum and Forgiveness,” War and Society Conference, Tunghai University, Taichung, May.
  5. 2006 “Clinamen: the Contemporary Cataract of an Ancient Chance,” Multitude Lives/Bodies: The Seventh Annual Conference of Cultural Studies Association, National Central University, Jhongli, January.
  6. 2005 “Xenophobia under Democracy, or the Myth of Autochthons since Athens,” paper presented at Political Reflection on Modernity, Research Center for Humanities and Social Sciences, Academia Sinica, Nankang, Taiwan (December).
  7. 2005 “Grotesque Sovereignty and War,” paper presented at Pólemos, Stásis: an International Symposium, Yilan, Taiwan (June).
  8. 2003 “Gaston Bachelard’s Science War, or the French Exception to Snow’s Thesis of Two Cultures,” paper presented at the Conference of Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science, Academia Sinica, Taipei (June).
  9. 2002 “This Turn Which Is Not One: Sociology and the Cultural Turn,” keynote paper presented at The Cultural Turn In Humanities and Social Sciences, Hsinchu (January).
  10. 2002 “Greek Buddha: On the Journey of an Icon and the Mythopoesis of Museum and Art History,” paper presented at The Symposium of Chinese Social Studies: Theory and Method, Beijing, China (January).
  11. 2000 "André Malraux's Extraordinary Sense of the Metamorphoses of Apollo," paper presented at the Diasporas of Mind/Dilemmas of Culture/Diverging Identities: New Directions in Contemporary Chinese Cultural Studies, Center for the Study of Democracy, University of Westminster (January).
  12. 1999 “She is making a spectacle of herself! —— Rethinking Grotesque and Aesthetic Judgement,” paper presented at The 3d International Conference on Sexuality Education, Sexology, Gender Studies and LesbiGay Studies. Chungli, Taiwan(May)
  13. 1997 “The Mourning Process Has Been Completed—— Are We Living in Different Worlds?” Paper presented at Thomas S. Kuhn: A Memorial Symposium. Taichung, Taiwan(April).
  14. 1997 “A Queer Approach to Prostitute Studies,” paper presented at The Cultural Construction of Gender: Gender, Text and Body Politics—An International Conference, Hsinchu, Taiwan(May).
  15. 1997 “Eros in the Field,” paper presented at The 2nd International Conference on Sexuality Education, Sexology, Gender Studies and LesbiGay Studies. Taipei, Taiwan(June).
  16. 1996 “Betrayal: On the Ethnographic Underworld,” paper presented at The Postmodern/Postcolonial: A Monday Symposium, Institute of Ethnology, Academia Sinica, Taipei(April).
  17. 1996 “From Pathology to Politics (For Queer Against Cure): Queering a Sociological Paradigm,” paper presented at The 1st International Conference on Sexuality Education, Sexology, Gender Studies and LesbiGay Studies. Taipei, Taiwan(June).
  18. 1995 “Europe? The Social? Theory?—Baudrillard’s Art of Disappearing,” European Social Theory: A Symposium, The Institute of European and American Studies, Academia Sinica, Taipei(March).
  19. 1995 “Social Ladders Measured by One’s Own Feet: An Analysis of Aesthetic Judgment,” paper presented at The Sociological Research in Taiwan: Retrospect and Prospect, A Conference of the NSC Researches, Tunghai University, Taichung(May).
  20. 1995 “Reversible Crystal: An Up-keyed Game or a Flooding Out of the Reflexive?” Paper presented at The 2nd Theory, Culture & Society conference: Culture and Identity: City, Nation, World., Berlin, Germany(August).
  21. 1994 “Risk Mediating: A Political Sociology of Technological Knowledge,” paper presented at Media and Technology: The 4th International Symposium on Film, Television, and Video, Taipei(May).
  22. 1993 “The Disadvantages of Being Educated and The Pedagogic Use of Social Theory,” paper presented at Social Theories Today: A Symposium, The Normal College at Pingtung(December).
  23. 1992 “Pragmatic Feudalism: A Narrative Analysis of Collective Memory,” paper presented at the Symposia Series no.7, Institute of Ethnology, Academia Sinica, Taipei(March).
  24. 1992 “TV: The Implosive Medium of the Social?” Paper presented at The 3rd International Symposium on Film, Television, and Video, Taipei(May).
  25. 1992 “Pragmatic Feudalism: A Narrative Analysis of National Memory, with special reference to the post-1949 China,” paper presented at the Theory, Culture, & Society 10th Anniversary Conference, Champion, Pennsylvania, USA(August).
  26. 1992 “The Counter-revolution: A Family of Crimes, Chinese Communist Revolutionary Rhetoric, 1929-1989,” paper presented at the Academic Knowledge and Political Power: An International Symposium, College Park, University of Maryland, Maryland, USA(November).
  27. 1990 “Scholarly Feudalism: Historical Discourse as Revolutionary Enterprise,” paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Southwestern Social Science Association, Fort Worth, Texas(March).
  28. 1990 “Epic and Hagiography: The Narrative Genre of A Revolution,” paper presented at the Cultural Critique: a Symposium, Taipei(December).
  29. 1988 “Silence and Violence: Dialectic of Liberation,” paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Southwestern Social Science Association, Houston, Texas(March).

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TRANSLATIONS
  • 1994 Steven Best and Douglas Kellner, Postmodern Theory: Critical Interrogations, (into Chinese) with Y.B. Ma and H.T. Fang, Taipei:Chuliu.

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INVITED ACADEMIC LECTURES:(selected)
  1. 2007 Litige, conflits, différend- l’enjeu des pratiques culturelles, «Traduire entre les cultures»: Affronter le différend, á la Maison de l’Europe de Paris, 11 septembre.
  2. 2006 “Aesthetics of the Grotesque,” Taiwan Normal University, Taipei (October).
  3. 2005 “Can We Distinguish Science from Pseudo-Science?” Eslitebooks, Taipei (October).
  4. 2004 “Semiotics and Rhetorics of Exhibition,” National Science & Technology Museum, Kaohsiung (June).
  5. 2003 “On Experience in Field Studies,” Department of Multicultural Education, National Hwalien Teacher’s College, Hwalien (April).
  6. 2002 “Dimensions, Quadrants and Layered Fields: Bourdieu’s Analytical Strategy,” Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica, Taipei (May).
  7. 2001 “Greek Buddha: On the Journey of an Icon and the Mythopoesis of Museum and Art History,” National Museum of Natural Sciences, Taichung (December).
  8. 2000 “Grotesque and Exhibitions: Topics in Aesthetic and Society,” Department of Adult & Continuing Education, National Taiwan Normal University, Taipei (May).
  9. 1999 “André Malraux's Metamorphoses of Apollo and Modern Sensibility,” Department of Sociology, National Taiwan University, Taipei (December)
  10. 1998 “Eighty Years Away From the May Fourth 1919,” Department of Sociology, National Cheng Chi University, Taipei (May).
  11. 1997 “Postmodern Spaces,” Graduate Institute of Architecture, Chung-yuan University, Chungli(May).
  12. 1995 “Ethnographic Underside: Emotional, Ethical and Legal Dimensions,” Graduate Institute of Sociology and Anthropology, National Tsing-hua University, Hsinchu(April).
  13. 1994 “Goffman: A Low Key in Postmodern Sociology?” Graduate Institute of Sociology, Soochow University, Taipei(November)
  14. 1993 “The Avant-Garde and the Rhetoric of Populism,” Department of Sociology and the Center for Asian Studies, the University of Texas at Austin, USA(September).
  15. 1991 “Feudalism: A Heterology of Revolution,” Graduate Institute of Sociology and Anthropology, National Tsing-hua University, Hsinchu(May).
  16. 1991 “Prostitution as a Status,” Research Program on Gender & Society, National Tsing-hua University, Hsinchu(November).

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RESEARCH MONOGRAPHS and REPORTS:
  1. 2006 Opium as a Cipher of Modernity and Civilizing Process: A Comparative Study of Material Culture. The National Science Council project # 93-2412-H-009-003.
  2. 2006 The Sources of Postmodern Thinking in Modern Mathematics. The National Science Council project # 94-2412-H-009-004.
  3. 2003 Neighborhood Taichung: An Urban Ethnography. The National Science Council project # 91-2412-H009-003.
  4. 2001 The Life-Style Study in Taichung City (III): Cultures and Conflicts in Urban Space. The National Science Council project # 89-2412-H029-006.
  5. 1999 Communication Technology, Information Structure and the Democratic Society. The National Science Council, Abroad Research Project # 35014F.
  6. 1997 Prostitute Situations: the Moral Career of a Spoiled Identity. The National Science Council project # 84-2412-H029-003.
  7. 1995 The Life-Style Study in Taichung City(II): the Elite and the Underclass. The National Science Council project # 83-0301-H029-008.
  8. 1993 The Life-Style Study in Taichung City(I). The National Science Council project # 81-0301-H029-505.

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BOOK REVIEWS (selected)
  • 2006 “We the Normal, Figures Animated: a fortieth anniversary to Goffman's Stigma.” Taiwanese Journal of Sociology, number 37 (December): 243-250.
  • 1998 “May 68, Event and Representations,” a review of Angelo Quattrocchi and Tom Nairn, The Beginning of the End: France, May 1968. Chinese edition translated by Kang Chao, United Daily News, November.
  • 1994 “Feminist Adulterated?” a review of Josephine Ho, The Gallant Woman: Feminism and Sexual Emancipation. The Independence Morning Post, November 21.
  • 1993 Alan Swingewood, The Myth of Mass Culture, the Chinese edition, translated by C.S. Fong, Taipei: Yuanliu. China Times, April 9. .

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ARTICLES IN POPULAR JOURNALS:(selected)
  • 2006 “We the Normal, Figures Animated: a fortieth anniversary to Goffman's Stigma.” Taiwanese Journal of Sociology, number 37 (December): 243-250.
  • 1998 “May 68, Event and Representations,” a review of Angelo Quattrocchi and Tom Nairn, The Beginning of the End: France, May 1968. Chinese edition translated by Kang Chao, United Daily News, November.
  • 1994 “Feminist Adulterated?” a review of Josephine Ho, The Gallant Woman: Feminism and Sexual Emancipation. The Independence Morning Post, November 21.
  • 1993 Alan Swingewood, The Myth of Mass Culture, the Chinese edition, translated by C.S. Fong, Taipei: Yuanliu. China Times, April 9. .

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ARTICLES IN POPULAR JOURNALS:(selected)
  • 1996 “The Figure of Prostitute in Historical and Philosophical Literatures,” Playboy (International Chinese edition) no. 6.
  • 1994 “The Disadvantages of Being Educated and the Pedagogic Use of Social Theory.” Contemporary Monthly, no.94.
  • 1992 “Baudrillard's Science-fiction Theater,” Contemporary Monthly, no.75.
  • 1991 “Consumption: Beyond the Political Economy,” Contemporary Monthly, no.67.
  • 1991 “Non-people: An Imagination of the Populist Democracy,” Contemporary Monthly, no.66.

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COURSES TAUGHT

College Lectures:

History of Social Thought

Sociological Theory

Gender Issues

Social Stratification

Identity and Distinction

Modernity and Its Future

Graduate Seminars:

Art and Politics

Nation-State and Its Future

Sociological Theory (Current Debates; Contemporary Issues)

Reflexivity: Goffman, Bourdieu, Baudrillard

The Ethnographic Undersides: Emotions and Ethics

Communication Technology and Informational Society

Postmodern Theory

Consumer Society

Narrative Analysis

Underclass Society

Theories in Prostitution and Queer

Culture and Conflict in Urban Space

Lyotard: Seminar in Social Theory

Bakhtin: Seminar in Cultural Theory

Foucault: Seminar in Social Theory

Cultural Studies of Science and Technology

Cultural Studies of Political Violence

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EDITORIAL SERVICES:

Router: A Journal of Cultural Studies, chief editor (2003-)

Theory and Contemporary War, Maitien Book Series, chief editor (2003-).

Museology Quarterly, editorial board member (2003-)

Encyclopedia of Violence, Peace and Conflict, Academic Press, advisory board member(1995-1999, 2nd edition 2005-)

Taiwanese Journal of Sociology, editorial board member (2000-2002)

Taiwanese Sociological Review, editorial board member(1995-1997)

Tunghai Journal of Social Sciences, editorial board member(1994-1995; 1999-2000)

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CONFERENCE ORGANIZED
  • 2005 Pólemos, Stásis: an International Symposium, June 24-27, Yilan, Taiwan.
  • 2005 Transnational Chinese, Cultural Migrations: an International Conference, January 8-9, National Chiao-Tung University, Hsinchu, Taiwan.
  • 2002 Revisiting East Asia: Global, Regional, Nation and Citizenship. December, Tunghai University.
  • 2002 Au revoir Foucault! December, Tunghai University, Taichung, Taiwan.
  • 1999 Spacing Chiliad: Critical Space and Society. December 11-12, Tunghai University, Taichung, Taiwan.
  • 1997 Thomas S. Kuhn: A Memorial Symposium. April 12, Tunghai University, Taichung, Taiwan.
  • 1996 Contested Frontier: A Sociological Symposium. November 9-10, Tunghai University, Taichung, Taiwan.

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PROFESSIONAL

Cultural Studies Association (Taiwan), elected president (2002-2004)

Taiwanese Sociological Association, board member (2003-2005)

Advisory committee member for Social Sciences, International Cultural and Educational Relations, the Ministry of Education, Taiwan (2003-2007)

Cultural Studies Association (Taiwan), board member (2000-)

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