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«Curriculum Vitae LING-YU HUNG 洪玲玉 Assistant Professor Department of Anthropology Tel:812-856-6862 701 E. Kirkwood Ave. Fax: 812- 855-4358 ...»

Sept. 2012

Curriculum Vitae

LING-YU HUNG 洪玲玉

Assistant Professor

Department of Anthropology Tel:812-856-6862

701 E. Kirkwood Ave. Fax: 812- 855-4358

Student Building 130 lhung@indiana.edu

Bloomington, IN 47405

EDUCATION

Ph.D. in Art History and Archaeology (2003–2011)

Washington University in St. Louis (WUSTL), St. Louis, MO

Dissertation Title: Pottery Production, Mortuary Practices, and Social Complexity in the Majiayao Culture, NW China (ca. 5300–4000 BP) M.A. in Archaeology (1997–2000) Peking University 北 京 大 學, Beijing, China Thesis Title: 渭河流域仰韶文化彩陶花紋研究 (Study on Ceramic Painted Designs of the Yangshao Culture in the Weihe River Valley) B.A. in Anthropology (1993–1997) National Taiwan University 台 灣 大 學, Taipei, Taiwan Research Interests I am concerned with how diverse triggering mechanisms underwrite the emergence and development of early complex societies. My research interests include Chinese archaeology, prehistory of Taiwan, craft specialization, ceramics, ritual practice, cultural interaction, geoarchaeology, and the application of GIS in archaeology.

GRANTS, FELLOWSHIPS & AWARDS

Overseas Conference Fund Grant, Indiana University 2010–2011 Dissertation Year Fellowship, WUSTL 2009–2010 Dissertation Fellowship for R.O.C. Students Abroad, Chiang Ching-kuo 蔣經國 Foundation 2008–2009 Dissertation Fellowship in East Asian Archaeology and Early History, ACLS/ Luce Foundation Dean’s Fund for Summer Research, WUSTL 2006–2009 Travel Grant for Research, WUSTL 2004, 2007, 2008, 2009 Dean’s Fund for Pre-dissertation Research Grant, WUSTL Teaching Assistantship (2x/year), WUSTL 2004–2008 Tuition Remission, WUSTL 2003–2011 University Fellowship, WUSTL 2003–2004 Page 1 of 6 Hung, Ling-yu Government Scholarship, Peking University, China 1997–2000 1996 Fu Sinian [Fu Su-nien] 傅斯年 Scholarship, Academia Sinica, Taiwan 1996 Chen Ding-ri 陳丁日 Scholarship, National Taiwan University, Taiwan

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PUBLICATIONS

2012 洪 玲 玉 Hung, Ling-yu, 崔劍鋒 Jianfeng Cui, and 陳洪海 Honghai Chen. 移民、貿易、 仿製與創新:宗日遺址新石器時代晚期陶器分析(Immigration, Trade, Emulation, and Innovation: a Study of Late Neolithic Pottery from the Remote Zongri Site),考古學研究— 慶祝嚴文明先生八十壽辰論文集(A Collection of Studies on Archaeology — Essays in Honor of Mr. Wenming Yan for his 80th Birthday) 第八輯 Vol. 8: 242–262.

2011 洪 玲 玉 Hung, Ling-yu, 崔劍鋒 Jianfeng Cui, 王輝 Hui Wang, and 陳劍 Jian Chen. 川西 馬家窰類型彩陶產源分析探討(A Provenance Study of the Majiayao Painted Pottery found

in Western Sichuan Province),南方民族考古(Southern Ethnoarchaeology)第七輯 Vol. 7:

1–58.

2006 Hung, Ling-yu and Chuan kun Ho. New Light on Taiwan Highland Prehistory, Bulletin of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association 26: 21–31. (paper presented at the 17th Congress of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association, 2002, Taipei, Taiwan.) 2006 Arco, Lee, Katherine A. Adelsberger, Ling-yu Hung, and Tristram R. Kidder. Alluvial Geoarchaeology of a Middle Archaic Mound Complex in the Lower Mississippi Valley, U.S.A. Geoarchaeology: An International Journal 21(6): 591–624.

2003 何傳坤 Ho, Chuan kun and 洪 玲 玉 Ling-yu Hung.嘉義阿里山史前遺址考古學調查與試 掘簡報(Preliminary Report on Archaeological Excavation and Survey of the Prehistoric Sites of Mt.Ali Area, Jiayi). Taichung: National Museum of Natural Science.

2002 何傳坤 Ho, Chuan kun and 洪 玲 玉 Ling-yu Hung.鄒族的起源(The Origin of the Cou), for 阿里山山脈與鄒文化數位博物館(Digital Museum of Mt. Ali and the Cou).

Website: http://digimuse.nmns.edu.tw/chou/ 2002 洪 玲 玉 Hung, Ling-yu and 何傳坤 Chuan kun Ho.淺談阿里山史前鄒文化(A Preliminary Study on Prehistoric Cou Culture of Mt. Ali),台灣國立自然科學博物館簡訊(Newsletter of National Museum of Natural Science) 175: 2.

2001 洪 玲 玉 Hung, Ling-yu, trans.古文明七十奇蹟(The Seventy Wonders of the Ancient World) (translated from The Seventy Wonders of the Ancient World: the Great Monuments and How They Were Built, edited by Chris Scarre, London; New York, N.Y.: Thames & Hudson,

1999) Taipei: Owl Publishing House.

1998 洪 玲 玉 Hung, Ling-yu.中國新石器時代的灶文化研究:一個民族考古學的觀點 (Study on Hearths of the Chinese Neolithic Period: An Ethnoarchaeological Perspective),青年考古 學家(Youth Archaeologist) 10: 60–67.

1998 洪 玲 玉 Hung, Ling-yu.侯家庄 1004 大墓的牛鼎和鹿鼎(The Niuding and Luding of Page 2 of 6 Hung, Ling-yu M1004 at Houjiazhuang),人類與文化(Man and Culture) 32/33: 34–44.

1997 洪 玲 玉 Hung, Ling-yu and 呂憶皖 Yi-wan Lyu. 參加泰國 SPAFA 文化園區管理訓練課 程之經驗與感想(Experiences and Opinions after Participating in the SPAFA Training Course: ‘Management of Heritage Parks’ in Thailand),東南亞區域研究通訊 (Newsletter of PROSEA (Program for Southeast Asian Area Studies) )3: 66–73.

CONFERENCE PAPERS & PRESENTATIONS





Hung, Ling-yu. Making the Majiayao Culture Complex: Pottery Production in NW China ca.

5300-4000 BP. Lecture scheduled for East Asia Archaeology Seminar Series, Harvard University, October 31, 2012.

Hung, Ling-yu. The Walmart Syndrome in Neolithic Northwestern China? A study of Majiayao Painted pottery. Lecture scheduled for East Asian Colloquium Series, Indiana University, Bloomington, October 5, 2012.

Hung, Ling-yu. Environment, Sit Distribution, and Pottery Production of the Majiayao Culture (ca. 5300-4000 BP). Paper presented at the Fifth International Conference of the Society for East Asian Archaeology, June 6–10, 2012, Fukuoka, Japan.

Hung, Ling-yu. Investigating Mortuary Practices with GIS: the late Neolithic Yangshan Cemetery in NW China. Lecture for Institute of Digital Arts and Humanities’ Brown Bag Series, Indiana University, Bloomington, April 19, 2012.

2011 Hung, Ling-yu. Pottery Production, Mortuary Practices, and Social Complexity in the Majiayao Culture, NW China (ca. 5300–4000 BP). Lecture for Washington University Friday Afternoon Archaeology, February 25, 2011.

2010 Liu, Haiwang, Yuqin Song, Ling-yu Hung, and Tristram R. Kidder. Excavations at Sanyangzhuang: A Deeply Buried Han Dynasty Site in Henan Province. Paper presented at the 75th Anniversary Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, April 14–18, 2010, St.

Louis, MO, USA.

2010 Hung, Ling-yu and Jianfeng Cui. Investigating Majiayao Painted Pottery Production in late Neolithic northwestern China with LA-ICP-AES. Paper presented at the 75th Anniversary Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, April 14–18, 2010, St. Louis, MO, USA.

2009 Hung, Ling-yu and Jianfeng Cui. Pottery Production and Emerging Social Hierarchy at the Late Neolithic Liuwan Site, Qinghai, NW China. Paper presented at the 19th Congress of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association, Nov. 29th to Dec. 5th, Hanoi, Vietnam.

2009 Hung, Ling-yu. The Social Implications of Painted Pottery in the Majiayao Culture (ca.

5300–4000 BP). Paper presented at the 74th Anniversary Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, April 22–26, 2009, Atlanta, GA, USA.

2009 Hung, Ling-yu. Development of Ceramic Production and Social Hierarchy in the Majiayao Culture (ca. 5300–4000 BP), NW China. Paper presented at Early Career Seminar for recipients of Luce/ACLS fellowships in East and Southeast Asian Archaeology and Early History, June, New York, USA.

2008 Hung, Ling-yu, Jianfeng Cui, Honghai Chen, Hui Wang, and Jian Chen. Painted Pottery and Long-distance Trade in Late Neolithic Northwestern China. Paper presented at the Fourth International Conference of the Society for East Asian Archaeology, 2008, Beijing, China.

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2004 Hung, Ling-yu. Decoration Analysis and Social Units—A Case Study of Fish-Motifs on Yangshao Pottery. Paper presented at the Third International Conference of the Society for East Asian Archaeology, 2004, Daejeon, Republic of Korea.

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8/2009, Project Liaison and Crew Chief: Geoarchaeological Investigations at Sanyangzhuang, Henan Province, China. PIs: Tristram R. Kidder (WUSTL), 1/2008 Haiwang Liu (Henana Provincial Institute of Cultural Relics and Archaeology), and Yuqin Song (Peking University).

4–8/2007, Dissertation Field Research in Gansu, Qinghai, and Sichuan provinces, China.

6–10/2008 Collaboration with Jianfeng Cui (Scientific Technician, School of Archaeology and Museology, Peking University), Honghai Chen (Dean, School of Archaeology and Museology, Xibei University), Jian Chen (Associate Research Fellow, Chengdu City Archaeology Institute), Hui Wang (Director, Gansu Provincial Institute of Cultural Relics and Archaeology), Liuwan Painted Pottery Museum in Qinghai.

12/2008–1/2009, Project Member: Chengdu Plain Archaeological Survey Project, Chengdu, 12/2006–1/2007 Sichuan, China. PIs: Gwen Bennett (WUSTL/McGill University), Pochen Chen (National Taiwan University), Rowan Flad (Harvard University), Zhanghua Jiang (Chengdu City Archaeology Institute), and Shuicheng Li (Peking University).

7/2004 Surveyor: Fushanzhuang Site Intensive Survey, Chifeng, Inner Mongolia, China.

PI: Robert D. Drennan; co-PI: Christian E. Peterson (University of Pittsburgh).

7/2001–6/2002 Field Director: Archaeological Survey and Excavation of Mt. Ali, Jiayi County, Taiwan. PI: Chuan kun Ho (National Museum of Natural Science).

2/2000 Excavator: Xiatianzu Excavation Project, Taidong County, Taiwan.

PI: Chin-Yung Chao (Academia Sinica).

7/1999 Field Director: Futian Excavation Project, Changhua County, Taiwan.

PI: Chuan kun Ho (National Museum of Natural Science).

2/1999 Excavator: Bantoucun Excavation Project, Yunlin County, Taiwan.

PI: Chuan kun Ho (National Museum of Natural Science).

7/1998–8/1998 Field Director: Archaeological Survey Project in Danshui Area, Taipei County, Taiwan. PI: Kuang-ti Li (Academia Sinica).

2/1998 Field School Teaching Assistant: Qingshui Excavation Project, Taichung County, Taiwan. Council for Cultural Affairs and National Museum of Natural Science.

7/1996 Surveyor: Archaeological Survey Project in Jinmen County, Taiwan.

PI: Chung-yu Chen (Academia Sinica).

2/1996 Excavator: Shitsaoliao Salvage Excavation Project, Yunlin County, Taiwan.

PI: S. C. Huang (National Taiwan University).

6/1995–8/1995 Excavator: Yanliao Excavation Project, Hualian County, Taiwan.

PI: Yi-yi Chen (National Museum of Prehistory).

3/1995 Field School Teaching Assistant: Wanshan Excavation Project, Yilan County, Taiwan. Council for Cultural Affairs and Academia Sinica.

6/1994–8/1994 Excavator: Fushan Excavation Project, Taidong County, Taiwan.

PI: Yi-yi Chen (National Museum of Prehistory).

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PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS

World Archaeology Congress, since 2012 Society for American Archaeology, since 2008 Society for Taiwanese Archaeology, since 2006 Society for East Asian Archaeology, since 2004 Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association, since 2002

LANGUAGES AND SKILLS

Mandarin Chinese: Native Speaker Taiwanese: Native Speaker English: Proficient reading, speaking, and writing Japanese: Proficient reading, intermediate speaking and writing Proficiency in ArcGIS and SPSS



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