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Jared

 

一、个人简介

杰拉德·米瑞克,男,1985年10月,博士,讲师。

 

二、学习工作经历

学习

博士,德克萨斯农工大学,2014(人类学)

硕士,普渡大学,2008(亚洲研究)

工作

2014-2015 系主任助理(德克萨斯农工大学:人类学系)

2011-2014 讲师助理(德克萨斯农工大学:人类学概论,世界民族与文化,人类学学术写作)

2008-2011 语言教师(日本山梨县甲州市教育委员会)

 

三、研究方向

1. 人类学

2. 跨文化研究

3. 媒体研究

 

四、主讲课程

1. 英语电影与戏剧

2. 语言与文化

3. 西方文明史

 

五、科研成果

1. “Frankenstein versus Subterranean Monster Baragon,” in The Encyclopedia of Japanese Horror. Salvador Murguia, editor. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.

2. “Kakurenbo: Hide & Seek,” in The Encyclopedia of Japanese Horror. Salvador Murguia, editor. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.

3. “Martial Arts,” in Youth Cultures in America. Simon Bronner, Mary Napoli, and Cindy Dell Clark, editors. Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO.

4. “Supernatural Sources of Martial Power: A Cross-Cultural Investigation,” Revista de Artes Marciales Asiáticas 9(1):42-53. University of León, Spain.

5. “Voodoo and Pugilism at the Crossroads.” In Biavati, Franco and Sergio Raimondo (Ed.), Proceedings of the First IMACSSS International Conference (pp. 86). Genova, Italy: International Martial Arts and Combat Sports Scientific Society, Unione Italiana Sportpertutti Area Discipline Orientali, Laboratorio di Ricerca Sociale - Dipartimento di Scienze Motorie e della Salute Università di Cassino, Italy.

6. “Western Bushido: The American Invention of Asian Martial Arts,” Annual Meeting of the American Folklore Society, Santa Fe, New Mexico, November 2014.

7. “Suffering Voice and Body: An Aesthetic of Thresholds in Boxing, Blues, and Vodou,” Annual Meeting of the American Folklore Society, Providence, Rhode Island, October 2013.

8. “Deadliest Hands vs. Deadliest Man: Euhemerism, Donn Draeger, and Count

Dante,” Martial Arts Studies (www.martialartsstudies.org)

9. “Pokémon, Crickets, and Deep Play in Chinese and Japanese Martial Culture,”

Kung Fu Tea

10. “Pokémon’s Ancient Chinese Roots,” 60cards.net

11. “Of Crickets and Gourds: Pokémon as Ancient Chinese Folk Game,” The Geek

Anthropologist

 

六、科研课题

 

七、获奖情况

2014 库欣-格拉斯科克研究生人类学科研成果奖

2014 麦本-格拉斯科克研究生人类学科研奖学金

2014 德克萨斯农工大学文学艺术奖学金

2011-2014 德克萨斯农工大学研究生奖学金

 

 

Ⅰ.INTRODUCTION:

Jared Miracle, Male, Oct. 1985, PhD, Lecturer

 

Ⅱ.EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

EDUCATION:

Ph.D.               Texas A&M University, 2014 (Anthropology)

B.A.                Purdue University, 2008 (Asian Studies)

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

2014-2015 Graduate Assistant to the Department Head (Texas A&M, Anthropology) 2011-2014 Teaching Assistant, Texas A&M (Courses: Introduction to Anthropology,

Introduction to Sociocultural Anthropology, Peoples and Cultures of the World, Anthropological Writing)

2008-2011       Assistant Language Teacher, Koshu City Board of Education, Yamanashi, Japan

 

Ⅲ.RESEARCH FIELDS

1. Anthropology

2. Transnational Culture

3. Media Studies

 

Ⅳ.TEACHING COURSES:

1. English Film and Drama

2. Language and Culture

3. History of Western Civilization

 

Ⅴ.RESEARCH ACHIEVEMENTS

1. “Frankenstein versus Subterranean Monster Baragon,” in The Encyclopedia of Japanese Horror. Salvador Murguia, editor. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.

2. “Kakurenbo: Hide & Seek,” in The Encyclopedia of Japanese Horror. Salvador Murguia, editor. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.

3. “Martial Arts,” in Youth Cultures in America. Simon Bronner, Mary Napoli, and Cindy Dell Clark, editors. Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO.

4. “Supernatural Sources of Martial Power: A Cross-Cultural Investigation,” Revista de Artes Marciales Asiáticas 9(1):42-53. University of León, Spain.

5. “Voodoo and Pugilism at the Crossroads.” In Biavati, Franco and Sergio Raimondo (Ed.), Proceedings of the First IMACSSS International Conference (pp. 86). Genova, Italy: International Martial Arts and Combat Sports Scientific Society, Unione Italiana Sportpertutti Area Discipline Orientali, Laboratorio di Ricerca Sociale - Dipartimento di Scienze Motorie e della Salute Università di Cassino, Italy.

6. “Western Bushido: The American Invention of Asian Martial Arts,” Annual Meeting of the American Folklore Society, Santa Fe, New Mexico, November 2014.

7. “Suffering Voice and Body: An Aesthetic of Thresholds in Boxing, Blues, and Vodou,” Annual Meeting of the American Folklore Society, Providence, Rhode Island, October 2013.

8. “Deadliest Hands vs. Deadliest Man: Euhemerism, Donn Draeger, and Count

Dante,” Martial Arts Studies (www.martialartsstudies.org)

9. “Pokémon, Crickets, and Deep Play in Chinese and Japanese Martial Culture,”

Kung Fu Tea

10. “Pokémon’s Ancient Chinese Roots,” 60cards.net

11. “Of Crickets and Gourds: Pokémon as Ancient Chinese Folk Game,” The Geek

Anthropologist

 

Ⅵ.AWARDS AND HONORS

2014      Cushing-Glasscock Graduate Humanities Research Award

2014      Melbern G. Glasscock Center for Humanities Research Graduate

          Research Fellowship

2014      Texas A&M College of Liberal Arts Professional Development Support Award (2)

2014      Texas A&M College of Liberal Arts Professional Development Support Award (1)

2011 – 2014  Graduate Diversity Fellowship, Texas A&M Office of Graduate Studies

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