林淑芬 | Shu-Fen Lin

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

Ph.D. in Ideology and Discourse Analysis, Essex University, UK.


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Tuesday 15:30~17:30


EDUCATION
  • 1995-2000, Ph.D. in Ideology and Discourse Analysis, Essex University, UK.
  • 1994-1995, MA in Ideology and Discourse Analysis, Essex University, UK.
  • 1990-1994, BA in Political Science, National Cheng-chi University.

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Research Fields

Radical political thoughts, democratization, social movements, neoliberalism, governmentality studies, border/migration, and Cold War studies.

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Publications
  1. 2016, “Example and Exception: An Inquiry into Giorgio Agamben’s Political Ontology”, Societas, no. 56, pp. 1-67. (in Chinese)
  2. 2015, “From “Transition” to “Subject in Transition”: Étienne Balibar’s Interpretations of Historical Materialism’, Social Analysis, no. 11, pp. 107-152. (in Chinese)
  3. 2015, “Void, Encounter, and Duration: Louis Althusser’s Late Writings on Aleatory Materialism”, Societas, no. 52, pp. 1-61. (in Chinese)
  4. 2014, 8, ‘Traversing the Dispositif: The Dispute over the Diaoyutai Islands Revisited’, European-East Asian Borders in Translation>. Eds. Joyce C. H. Liu and Nick Vaughan-Williams, London: Routledge.
  5. 2014, “Poetics: Jacques Rancière’s Historical and Political Writings”, Chungwai Literary Quarterly, 43(4): 17-58. (in Chinese)
  6. 2014, “Louis Althusser’s Analysis of Social Formation: Overdetermination, Ideological Interpellation, and Class Struggle”, Societas, no. 48, pp. 1-59. (in Chinese)
  7. 2010. 2. (co-authored with Schive, Hsi-Ping), “introduction” to the Chinese translation of State of Exception Taipei: Rye Field Publications. (In Chinese)
  8. 2009. 10. Shu-fen Lin, ‘The “Civil Society vs. Popular Democracy” Debate in Taiwan Revisited’, Journal of Political Ideologies, vol. 14, no. 3.
  9. 2007. 12. “Poststructuralist Discourse Theory and Political Studies” in Ping-Nan Lee ed. Toward an Interdisciplinary Political Studies, Taipei: National Taiwan University. (In Chinese)
  10. 2007. “Popular Sovereignty” in Liberalism and Taiwan in the New Century, Taipei: Yin Hai-Kuan Foundation.(In Chinese)
  11. 2006. 12, “Antagonism and Heterogeneity in Ernesto Laclau’s Hegemony Theory”, Taiwanese Journal of Political Science (In Chinese)
  12. 2006.11. “Passage à l’acte”, introduction to the Chinese Translation of Welcome to the Desert of the Real, Taipei: Rye Field Publications.(In Chinese)
  13. 2005.3, ‘Popular Sovereignty? Populism, Democracy and the People’, Societas. No. 12. (In Chinese).
  14. 2005, “Introduction: from enemy to adversay” to Chinese translation of The Democratic Paradox, Taipei: Chiuliu Publications.
  15. 2004. 03, ‘Michel Foucault on Power Relations and Subject’, Sun Yat-sen Journal for Humanities and Social Sciences, vol. 16, no. 1,pp. 117~150. (In Chinese)
  16. 2003. 03, ‘On the Conditions of Possibility for Political Action’, Societas, no. 4. (In Chinese)
  17. 2003, ‘“Democratization” in Taiwan and Its Discontents: Transnational Activism and Human Right Movement as a Critique’, in Anders Uhlin and Nicola Piper eds, Contextualizing Transnational Activism - Problems of Power and Democracy, London: Routledge.

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Book Reviews
  1. 2007. “The Sovereign Recognition and Witness: Review of Naked Life”, Router, no.
  2. 2006, 3, Review of The Return of the Political , Societas, no. 16
  3. 2005, 9, Review of Re-Imagining Taiwan: Nation, Ethnicity, and Narrative, Taiwan Democratic Quarterly, Vol. 2, no. 3 。
  4. 2000, Review of David Kelly and Anthony Reid eds., Asian Freedoms: The Idea of Freedom in East and Southeast Asia (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1998), paperback, New Zealand Journal of Asian Studies.

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Translations
  • 2005, Chantal Mouffe, The Democratic Paradox, London: Verso, 2000

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Conference Papers
  1. 2007, 6. 16-17, ‘Popular Democracy and Its Frontier(s)’, paper presented at Conditions of Knowledge and Cultural Productions, IACSS Shanghai Conference, Shanghai, China
  2. 2006. 22-23, “Hegemony”,paper presented in Research Centre for Humanities and Social Sciences, Academic Sinica, Taipei.
  3. 2005.12.8 Antagonism and Heterogeneity, paper presented in the International Conference on the Reflections on Modernity held in Research Centre for Humanities and Social Sciences, Academic Sinica, Taipei. 。
  4. 2005. 6.24~27, (coauthored with Hsi-Ping Schive) ‘Taiwan as a State of Exception’, paper presented at Polemos, Stasis: An International Symposium, Yilan, Taiwan, coauthored with Hsi-Ping Schive.
  5. 2004. 10.17~18, ‘Popular Sovereignty’, paper presented at the Conference on Liberalism and Taiwan in the New Century.
  6. 2003. 12. 28 ‘Otherwise than the Self’ paper presented at the Conference on the Thought of Michel Foucault, held by the Institute of European and American Studies, Academia Sinica.
  7. 2003. 12.17~18 The Displaced People of (no)where, paper presented at the Conference on Popular Sovereignty and Constitutional Politics, ISSP, Academia Sinica.
  8. 2003. 12.13~14 ‘Traversing the Fantasy, Encountering with the Real’, paper presented at the Annual Meeting for Taiwanese Political Science Association.
  9. 2001.11.28~29 ‘Power relations and Subject: a genealogical approach’ paper presented at the Conference on Citizen and the State, ISSP, Academia Sinica’
  10. 2000.12.9~10 ‘Articulation and Context’, paper presented at the Annul Meeting of Taiwanese Political Science Association.
  11. 2000. 8.1~5. ‘Clash or Synthesis? Taiwan Experiences Liberal Democracy’, paper presented in XVIII IPSA WORLD CONGRESS - QUÉBEC CITY, CANADA.
  12. 2000. 6.21~25 ‘Resistance and Institutions’, paper presented in the Third International Crossroads in Cultural Studies Conference, Birmingham, UK.
  13. 1999. 7.22~24 ‘Encountering Differences: Feminist Movements in Transitional Taiwan,’ paper presented in Women’s Studies Network (UK) Association 12th Annual Conference, Women & the Millennium: Gender, Culture and Globalisation, University of Warwick.
  14. 1999. 6.26 ‘The (Im)possibility of Representing Lesbians in the Women’s Movement’, paper presented in the conference on Political Representation, University of East London.
  15. 1998. 6.28~7.1 ‘Populism and Democracy,’ paper presented in Crossroads in Cultural Studies, Second International Conference, , Tempere, Finland.

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Research Projects
  1. 98/08/01~101/07/31, “The Politico-Ethico-Aesthetic Thoughts of Balibar Badiou, Rancière”, NSC,NSC 98-2410-H-009-034-MY3
  2. 96/08/01~98/07/31, ”The Readings of Machiavelli by the Left, NSC 96-2414-H-031-011-MY2
  3. 93/08/01 ~ 94/07/31, “The Ethico-Political Question in Post-Structuralism (II)”, NSC 93-2414-H-031-003-
  4. 92/08/01 ~ 93/07/31, “The Ethico-Political Question in Post-Structuralism’, NSC 92-2414-H-031-001-.
  5. 92.01~93.12,Project on Modernity, The Ministry of Education.

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