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香港人类学会系列演讲:由内而外的士绅化:一个中国一线都市社会文化变迁的人类学反思(Non Arkaraprasertkul博士)

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Gentrifying from within:

An anthropological reflection on Urban Social Changein a Chinese Megacity

由内而外的士绅化:一个中国一线都市社会文化变迁的人类学反思


讲者:Non Arkaraprasertkul博士

时间:2017年10月19日(星期四)晚间七点

地点:香港历史博物馆G层演讲厅(香港尖沙咀漆咸道100号)

 

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通过长期在上海弄堂的田野调查,讲者Non描述关于价值的全球等级知识如何激励务实的本地居民展望一个不同的未来,进而自愿地参与城市新建的过程,以提高自身的利益。对士绅化已有观念进行扩充,Non发展出“由内而外的士绅化”这一观念,以解释这个特殊的社会与人口变迁过程转变为资本投入与文化再生产为中心的过程。不同于传统的士绅化过程,原生的(通常已退休)工薪阶层在上海弄堂的案例中为社会多样化的主要推动者,通常不断崛起的中产阶级为士绅化的主要力量,然而却成为商品房的被动接受者,而原生居民通过使自己的住房符合中场阶级品味,进而控制自己的生活。

 

讲者:Non Arkaraprasertkul博士是悉尼大学悉尼建筑设计与规划学院高级讲师。他的研究兴趣包括城市化与发展、住房与规划以及空间与地点的人类学研究。Non博士毕业于哈佛大学,曾在牛津大学修读现代中国研究哲学硕士,以及在麻省理工学院修读家住研究硕士和程式设计证书课程。

 

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Gentrifying from within

An anthropological reflection on Urban Social Changein a Chinese Megacity

An anthropological talk by Non Arkaraprasertkul

 

Thursday, 19 October 2017 at 7:00 p.m.

Hong Kong Museum of History

Lecture Hall, Ground Floor, 100 Chatham Road, Tsim ShaTsui

All are welcome! (Space, however,is limited to 139 seats) The lecture is conducted in English

 

Based on a long term ethnographic research in a traditionalShanghainese urban alleyway-house neighborhood (known locally as lilong),Non describes how knowledge of the global hierarchy of value encouragespragmatic local residents to foresee a different future and voluntarily getinvolved in the process of urban renewal to enhance their own interests.Expanding the perspective on existing notions of gentrification, he developsthe concept of “gentrification from within” to explain this unique process ofsocial and demographic change to which the processes of capital investment andcultural reproduction are central. Unlike conventional gentrification, theoriginal (often retired) working-class residents themselves are the key actorsin the diversification of the traditional neighborhood. The incomingmiddle-class residents, who are the ones usually responsible forgentrification, are passive recipients of housing as commodities whereby theoriginal residents take control of theirsituation through making their houses suited to middle-class taste.

 

Dr. Non Arkaraprasertkul is Senior Lecturer inUrbanism at the University of Sydney School of Architecture, Design, andPlanning. His research interests include urbanisation and development, housingand urban settlements, and anthropology of space and place. He holds a PhD andMA in Anthropology from Harvard University, MPhil in Modern Chinese Studies fromthe University of Oxford, and Master of Science in Architecture Studies andUrban Design Certificate from MIT.

 

Following the talk, you are invited to a self-payingdinner with the speaker.

For more information, please contact Stan Dyer on9746 9537 or

anthrohk@gmail.com, www.cuhk.edu.hk/ant/hkas, www.facebook.com/hkanthro,@HKASTalks




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