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    德国马普学院著名社会人类学家Chris Hann教授于318-19日来我院进行为期两天的访问交流。

 

个人简历

Personal

born 4th August 1953 , in Cardiff, Wales; British citizen; married with two children (b. 1983 and 1985).

 

Present position

Director, Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, Halle

 

Education and Career

1964-70 Croesyceiliog Grammar School, Cwmbrân

1971-74 Jesus College, Oxford University

1974 BA Oxon (First Class Honours) in Politics, Philosophy and Economics

1974-9 Social Science Research Council Studentship; subsumes in 1975-7 two years of fieldwork in Hungary, supported by British Council Exchange Scholarship)

1975 Certificate in Social Anthropology, Cambridge University

1979 PhD Cantab (thesis title: ‘The socio-economic structure of a community on the Great Hungarian Plain’)

1979-80 Language Editor, New Hungarian Quarterly, Budapest

1980-84 Research Fellow, Corpus Christi College, Cambridge

1984-92 Assistant Lecturer, later Lecturer in Social Anthropology, University of Cambridge, Fellow of Corpus Christi College and Director of Studies in Social and Political Sciences and Social Anthropology

1986-91 Tutor for Advanced Students, Corpus Christi College

1992-9 Professor of Social Anthropology, University of Kent at Canterbury (subsuming 3 years as Dean of Faculty of Social Sciences)

1997-9 Fellow, Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin

1999- Director, Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, Halle

 

Fieldwork

Hungary, 1975-77 and intermittently thereafter;

Poland, 1978-81,1988,1990,1994-2000, intermittent;

Turkey, 1982-3, 1988, 1992-3, 1999, 2003;

China (Xinjiang), 1986, 1996, 2005, 2006-7, 2009

 

Languages

English (native); Hungarian, Polish, German, French, Turkish, Uyghur

 

Professional bodies

Royal Anthropological Institute
British Association for Slavonic and East European Studies
European Association of Social Anthropologists
Eastern European Anthropologists’ Group
Turkish Area Studies Group
Polish Sociological Association

 

Editorial boards

Periodicals:

Archives Européennes de Sociologie

Cargo (Prague)

Focaal - Journal of Global and Historical Anthropology

Lud (Poznań)

 

Book Series:

Halle Studies in the Anthropology of Eurasia (LIT Verlag)

Max Planck Studies in Economy and Society (Berghahn)

 

International Encyclopedia of Anthropology (Wiley-Blackwell, Hilary Callan General Editor)

History and Anthropology

 

Grants, prizes, appointments

Welsh Foundation Scholarship, Jesus College, Oxford, 1971-74

SSRC Postgraduate Studentships, 1974-5 and 1977-79

Lazard Scholarship, Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, 1975

British Council Hungarian Exchange Scholarship, 1975-7

‘Social and organizational aspects of new agricultural specialisation in Turkey’, (ESRC research grant 1982-4)

British Academy Chinese Exchange Scholarship, 1986 (not taken up)

Follow-up study in Northeast Turkey, 1988, (ESRC)

‘Culture and economy among the Laz’, ESRC research grant, 1991-3

Royal Anthropological Institute Curl Prize Essay, 1991

‘Narratives, beliefs and values in Chinese Turkestan’, British Academy research grant, 1993-4, (with Dr. Ildikó Bellér-Hann)

‘The historical and contemporary anthropology of Eastern Turkestan’, ESRC research grant, 1994-7 (with Dr. Ildikó Bellér-Hann)

‘The politics of religious identity: the Greek Catholics of Central Europe’, ESRC research grant, 1995-7

Fellowship at the Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin, 1997-9

Honorary Professor, University of Kent at Canterbury, 1999-

Beiratsmitglied, GWZO, 2000-

Honorary Professor, University of Leipzig, 2000-

Honorary Professor, Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg, 2000-

Honorary Member, Hungarian Ethnographical Society, 2005-

Member, Kommission für Sozialanthropologie der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, 2005-2011

Fellow of the World Academy of Rusyn Culture, 2007-

Ordentliches Mitglied, Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften, 2008-

 

Academic-related activities

Examining:

Extensive experience examining doctoral dissertations and Habilitationsschriften in various disciplines; the countries investigated include Azerbaijan, Bosnia (two), Bulgaria (three), China, Croatia, Cyprus, Georgia, Germany (two), Ghana, Greece (two), Hungary (three), Israel, Japan, Kyrgyzstan, Lebanon, Lithuania, Moldova, Poland (three), Romania, Russia (three), Slovakia, Spain (two), Tajikistan, Turkey (four), Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Vietnam.

 

Economic and Social Research Council:

From 1989: member of the ‘Society and Politics’ group; steering committee for the ‘East-West Initiative’, and ‘Vienna Centre’ review body; examiner in coursework and research studentship competitions; also consultancy work on 'thematic priorities'; for ESRC in both its coursework and research studentship competitions; also consultancy work on ‘thematic priorities’; 1998: member of commissioning panel for ‘One Europe or Many?’ initiative; 2006: panel to select new Centres of Excellence in Area Studies; 2009-2010: mid-term review of these centres (consultancy).

 

Recent and on-going 'service to the community' includes:

- Advisory Board member, Geisteswissenschaftliches Zentrum Geschichte und Kultur Ostmitteleuropas, Leipzig (2000-2010)

- Advisory Board member, Collegium Budapest (2000-2003)

- Advisory Board member, Mediterranean Ethnological Summer School (Ljubljana) (2000-2005)

- Advisory Board member, Institut für Donauschwäbische Geschichte und Landeskunde, Tübingen (from 2008)

- Advisory Board member, Zentrum Moderner Orient, Berlin (from 2011)

- Reviewer of grant applications for the German Research Council; numerous German Foundations (Volkswagen, Thyssen, Gerda Henkel etc.); ESRC (Britain); Leverhulme; National Science Foundation; EU

 

Teaching

Cambridge University, 1984 – 1991:
Undergraduate courses in Political Anthropology, Economic Anthropology, Ethnicity, ‘The Third World’, ‘Transformations of Peasantry’, Development, Ethnography of Europe. Graduate classes in Political Anthropology and Development; Pre-fieldwork Seminar.

University of Kent at Canterbury, 1992-1997:
Undergraduate courses in Political and Economic Anthropology, Ethnicity and Nationalism, Anthropological Theory. Graduate classes in Theory. Chair of Research Seminar.

Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg, 2005-6:
Seminar, Arbeit und Eigentum

Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg, 2011-12:

Advanced Course, Theory and Method in Social Anthropology (with Lale Yalçın-Heckmann)

 

Summer schools and other short-term assignments in recent years in Beijing (Minzu University of China), Budapest, Cluj-Napoca, Konitsa (Greece), Piran (Slovenia).