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5/2「原住民族領域中的共治與傳統生態知識」專題演講
誠摯邀請東華師生參加國際知名學者Fikret Berkes 5/2(二) 12:00 -14:00 在東華人社二館D108發表的演講,演講主題為「原住民族領域中的共治與傳統生態知識」。

Berkes教授為生態學者,致力於自然科學與社會科學的整合。他自1991起任教於加拿大 University of Manitoba,歷任國際共有資源研究學會會長(International Association for the Study of Common Property, 1996-98),並帶領多個研究團隊,這些團隊分屬多個重要國際學術網絡,包括UNDP Equator Initiative, Millennium Ecosystem Assessment (MEA), Resilience Alliance, Oceans Management Research Network, Sustainable Forest Management Network等。在其專業生涯中,Berkes教授主要投入於研究人類社會與自然資源的關係,並探究在何種條件下可以避免「共有資源的悲劇」。他的研究主題包括社區基礎治理、共治、及傳統知識的理論與實務面向,目前聚焦於調適共治、複雜系統/韌性、以及原住民族知識。
Berkes教授已經出版的重要專書包括Sacred Ecology (Routledge, 2008), Breaking Ice (U Calgary Press, 2005), Navigating Social-Ecological Systems (Cambridge U Press, 2003), Managing Small-Scale Fisheries (IDRC, 2001)。Berkes教授與眾多碩博士學生合作進行研究,尤其是具備跨科際導向、並有興趣結合社會與生態觀點的學生。

東臺灣人文與環境研究及社會實踐中心、原住民民族學院、環境學院 敬邀

Dear colleagues and students,

Prof. Berkes will give a speech entitled “Co-management with Traditional Ecological Knowledge in Indigenous Territories” on 5.2 Tue. 12:10-14:00 at National Dong Hwa University. Prof. Berkes is an applied ecologist by background and works at the interface of natural and social sciences. He joined the University of Manitoba in 1991 as the Director of NRI, a position he occupied until 1996. He has served as the President of the International Association for the Study of Common Property (1996-98) and as the leader of a number of research groups which involve UNDP Equator Initiative, Millennium Ecosystem Assessment (MEA), Resilience Alliance, Oceans Management Research Network, and Sustainable Forest Management Network. He has devoted most of his professional life to investigating the relations between societies and their resources, and to examining the conditions under which the "Tragedy of the Commons" may be avoided. He works on theoretical and practical aspects of community-based management, co-management, and traditional knowledge, with current emphasis on adaptive co-management, complex systems/resilience, and indigenous knowledge. His publications include the books, Sacred Ecology (Routledge, 2008), Breaking Ice (U Calgary Press, 2005), Navigating Social-Ecological Systems (Cambridge U Press, 2003), and Managing Small-Scale Fisheries (IDRC, 2001). He works with Masters and PhD students who have an interdisciplinary orientation and an interest in combining social and ecological perspectives.

Eastern Taiwan Environmental Humanities Research and Social Practice Center
College of Indigenous Studies
College of Environmental Studies
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