Lin Haoli: After graduating from university, he went straight to the doctorate. Even if he was a soldier in the middle, he was a cultural service worker on the same ladder with a group of masters and doctors. He also worked as an assistant in the Nationalities Institute of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. is academia. But I have another equally thick stratosphere, which is the hip hop scene I've been involved in since high school and through them all the way to the music industry. Interestingly, although there are researchers who produce knowledge on one side and rappers who create music on the other, the two thermospheres have many intersections on the value spectrum. Even so, going in and out on both sides still requires a change of identity, and the temperament, language used, and sensitivity to specific issues such as gender politics are also different. I used to be uncomfortable with it, and even felt that I had to give up my investment in other careers to embark on the path of human academics.
But then I slowly found a path that accommodated both. Also started mentoring graduate students on hip-hop themes. Zhao Enjie: My family is a fifth-generation middle-aged elder church Christian. Since childhood, all my classmates have gone through number list the knowledge and practice of worshiping in a big temple, holding incense, etc., which are very unfamiliar to me. It can be said that most of my classmates and teachers are my different temperature. Floor. This may be the reason why I was more devoted to the beliefs and ancestral halls of princes and ancestral halls in southwestern Taiwan than ordinary students. After graduating from college, he went to the United States to pursue a doctorate. Later, he devoted himself to the study of Indonesian studies and the global heterogeneous Muslim community. Either white or local. Later, I joined STS research in the past few years. During a 4s meeting, all the dual panels I participated in were Europeans, the only exception was me.
Trek is always trek. But there are also deep feelings. I often think of the after a funeral ceremony in Java more than ten years ago. In the space around the family, everyone shook their heads slightly and read the beginning chapters of the Koran. There is a kind of healing ceremony in the Avatar movie. In the healing ceremony, everyone is connected. The feeling of being electrified. Q: After the publication of "Guava Anthropology" in 2015, what was the trigger for the publication of "The Trek of the Hemosphere"? How did the two choose which chapters to include in the book? Answer: Lin Haoli: Since 2015, Guava Anthropology has accumulated a lot of articles and joined excellent new writers. The publication of the second episode has always been the consensus within the editorial group. The original plan was to publish the blog on the tenth anniversary of the blog in 2019, and the editor-in-chief Guo Peiyi also officially handed over the stick to Enjie and me, but for various reasons, the publisher and us tacitly delayed it.