高德(David J. Cohen)
  【學歷】美國哈佛大學人類學博士
【經歷】
【現職】人類學系專任助理教授
【專長】中國考古學
【聯絡】E-mail:dcohen@ntu.edu.tw
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【著作目錄】【學術榮譽】【開設課程】

研究旨趣
 

著作目錄
1.學位論文
     

2.期刊論文
Cohen, David J., Ofer Bar-Yosef, Xiaohong Wu, Ilaria Patania, and Paul Goldberg 2017

“The emergence of pottery in China: recent dating of two early pottery cave sites in South China.” Quaternary International 441: 36-48.

 

Wu Qinglong, Zhijun Zhao, Li Liu, Darryl E. Granger, Hui Wang, David J. Cohen, Xiaohong Wu, Maolin Ye, Ofer Bar-Yosef, Bin Lu, Jin Zhang, Peizhen Zhang, Daoyang Yuan, Wuyun Qi, Linhai Cai, Shibiao Bai 2017 Response to Comments on “Outburst flood at 1920 BCE supports historicity of China’s Great Flood and the Xia dynasty.” Science vol. 355(6332): 1382e- (3 pages).
Song Yanhua, David J. Cohen, Jinming Shi, Xiaohong Wu, Eliso Kvavadze, Paul Goldberg, Shuangquan Zhang, Yue Zhang, Ofer Bar-Yosef. 2017

 “Environmental reconstruction and dating of Shizitan 29, Shanxi Province: An early microblade site in North China.”Journal of Archaeological Science 79: 19-35.

 

Wu Qinglong, Zhijun Zhao, Li Liu, Darryl E. Granger, Hui Wang, David J. Cohen, Xiaohong Wu, Maolin Ye, Ofer Bar-Yosef, Bin Lu, Jin Zhang, Peizhen Zhang, Daoyang Yuan, Wuyun Qi, Linhai Cai, Shibiao Bai 2016 “Outburst flood at 1920 BCE supports historicity of China’s Great Flood and the Xia dynasty. Science 353(6299): 579-582.

Cohen, David J.

2013

“The advent and spread of early pottery in East Asia: New considerations and new dates for the world’s earliest ceramic vessels.” Journal of Austronesian Studies 4(2): 55-92.

Wu, Xiaohong, Zhang Chi, Paul Goldberg, David Cohen, Pan Yan, Trina Arpin, and Ofer Bar-Yosef 2012  “Early pottery at 20,000 years ago in Xianrendong Cave, China.” Science 336: 1696-1700.

吳小紅*, 張弛, 保羅·格德伯格, 大衛·科恩 [David Cohen], 潘岩, 蒂娜·阿平, 歐弗·巴爾-約瑟夫

2012 江西仙人洞遺址兩萬年前陶器的年代研究. 《南方文物》2012.3: 1-6 (Wu et al. 2012, Xianrendong, in Chinese).
吳小紅*, 伊麗莎貝塔·博阿雷托, 袁家榮, 歐弗·巴爾-約瑟夫, 潘岩, 曲彤麗, 劉克新, 丁杏芳, 李水城, 顧海濱, 韋琪·居,  大衛·科恩 [David Cohen], 天朗·嬌, 保羅·戈德伯格, 史蒂夫·韋納 2012 湖南道縣玉蟾岩遺址早期陶器及其地層堆積的碳十四年代研究. 《南方文物》2012.3: 7-16 (Boaretto et al. 2009, Yuchanyan, in Chinese).
Bar-Yosef, Ofer, Metin Eren, Yuan Jiarong, David J. Cohen, and Li Yiyuan 2012  “Were bamboo tools made in prehistoric Southeast Asia? An experimental view from South China.” Quaternary International 269: 9-21.

Cohen, David J.

2011 “The beginnings of agriculture in China: a multi-regional view.” Current Anthropology 52 (S4): S273-S293.
Boaretto, Elisabetta, Wu Xiaohong, Yuan Jiarong, Ofer Bar-Yosef, et al. (secondary author) 2009

“Radiocarbon dating of charcoal and bone collagen associated with early pottery at Yuchanyan Cave, Hunan Province, China.” PNAS 106(24): 9595-9600.

Cohen, David J.

2003

 “Microblades, pottery, and the nature and chronology of the Palaeolithic-Neolithic transition in China.” The Review of Archaeology 24(2): 21-36.

Cohen, David J. and Robert E. Murowchick 2001

 “Introduction: K. C. Chang and Chinese archaeology today.” The Review of Archaeology 22(2): 1-4.

 

Murowchick, Robert E. and David J. Cohen

2001  “Searching for Shang’s beginnings: Great City Shang, City Song, and collaborative archaeology in Shangqiu, Henan.” The Review of Archaeology 22 (2): 47-61.
Cohen, David J. 1998 “The origins of domesticated cereals and the Pleistocene-Holocene transition in East Asia.” The Review of Archaeology19(2): 22-29.
     
     
     
     

3.專書(論文集)之一章

Cohen, David J.

 2014

 “The Neolithic of southern China.” In: Colin Renfrew and Paul Bahn (eds.), The Cambridge World Prehistory, pp. 765-781. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press (ISBN: 9781107595408).

Cohen, David J. and Robert E. Murowchick

 
 2014

 “Early complex societies in Northern China.” In: Colin Renfrew and Paul Bahn (eds.), The Cambridge World Prehistory, pp. 782-806. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press (ISBN: 9781107595408).

Tang Jigen唐際根, Gao Tianlin高天麟, Zhang Changshou張長壽, Li Yung-ti李永迪, Leng Jian冷健, Robert E. Murowchick, and David Cohen

 2013

 “河南商丘潘廟發現的東周宋、魏墓葬An investigation of tombs of the Song and Wei states at the Panmiao site, Shangqiu, Henan” (in Chinese). In: Chen Kwang-tzuu陳光祖 (ed.), Rethinking East Asian Archaeology—Memorial Essay Collection for the Tenth Anniversary of Kwang-chih Chang’s Death東亞考古學的再思:張光直先生逝世十週年紀念論文集作, pp. 339-379. Taibei: Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica中央研究院歷史語言研究所.

 

Cohen, David J.



 
 2002 “New perspectives on the transition to agriculture in China.” In Yoshinori Yasuda (ed.), The Origins of Pottery and Agriculture, pp. 217-227. New Delhi: Lustre Press and Roli Books.

4.其他
Book and Journal Editorial Experience
 
  • Consulting English Editor, Asian Archaeology (published by Springer; formerly by the Research Center for Chinese Frontier Archaeology of Jilin University and Science Press, Beijing), 2013-present.
  • Managing Editor, Journal of East Asian Archaeology (Brill Academic Publishers, Leiden), 2000-2011.
  • Editorial Consultant
    (2005) Xu Pingfang and Sarah Allan (eds.), The Formation of Chinese Civilization: An Archaeological Perspective. The Culture and Civilization of China Series. New Haven: Yale University Press.

5.學術演講
 

April 27, 2017.

 
“Recent archaelogical finds from the Last Glacial Maximum through Terminal Pleistocene in North and South China: Early Microblade and Pottery Sites.” Symposium Invited Lecture, Department of Archaeology and Art History, Seoul National University (South Korea)
 

March 17, 2017.

 
“Hunter-gatherer behavioral adaptations in China at the Last Glacial Maximum, including microblades and the world’s earliest pottery.” National Taiwan University Institute of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, MA Seminar
 

 December 21, 2016.

 
“Is this evidence of the Great Flood of Yu? When science meets China’s legendary Bronze Age past (科學與傳說--談大禹治水的新發現可能證據).” National Taiwan University College of Liberal Arts
 

July 28, 2016.

 
“The Early Bronze Age Yueshi Culture and the Dong Yi青銅器時代早期岳石文化與東夷.” Invited presenter, China-Korea Conference of the Culture and Archaeology in Shandong and Korean Peninsula (Dongyi Workshop), Northeast Asian History Foundation, Seoul, South Korea
 

Nov. 27, 2015.

 
“The Paleolithic to Neolithic Transition in China: New Data, New Issues.” Presented at international workshop: Paleolithic Archaeology & Lithic Analysis— Dialogues between West and East, NTU Department of Anthropology
 

 October 29, 2013.

 
“Pottery at 20,000 BP and early settlements in the Middle Yangzi River region: new views on the Neolithic and agricultural origins in China” (in Chinese). Department of Archaeology, Shandong University, Ji’nan, Shandong, China
 

October 16, 2013.

 
“On early pottery and agricultural origins in South China.” Research Center for Chinese Frontier Archaeology of Jilin University, Changchun, Jilin, China.
 

August 10, 2012.

 
“Pottery at 20,000 years ago: New views on hunter-gatherers, the Neolithic, and the origins of agriculture in China.” Archaeological Studies Program, University of the Philippines, Diliman (Manila)
 

March 16, 2011.

 
“From foraging to farming in South China”. Vietnam Institute of Archaeology (Hanoi, Vietnam),
 

February 24, 2011

 
“Eastern China in the early Bronze Age and the search for Great City Shang.” Anthropology Department, University of Indiana,
 

Dec. 1-3, 2010.

 
“Considering the origins of Shang: eastern China in the early Bronze Age.” Rethinking East Asian Archaeology: Symposium to Commemorate the Tenth Anniversary of Kwang-chih Chang’s Death (invited presenter), Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan
 

March 8, 2010.

 
“Early pottery and the origins of agriculture in the Middle Yangzi River region (China).” Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan,
 

December 18, 2009.

 
“Searching for Da Yi Shang (Great City Shang): the Early Shang Civilization Project in the Shangqiu Region of eastern Henan Province, China.” Consortium Lecture, Kyushu University, Department of Archaeology (Fukuoka, Japan)
 

Dec. 19-22, 2009.

 
“The Yueshi Culture and the archaeology of ethnicity in early Bronze Age China.” International Workshop: Issues in the Bronze Age and Iron Age of East Asia, Kyushu University (Fukuoka, Japan)
 

August 2, 2008.

 
“Collaborative fieldwork at Yuchanyan Cave and the Liyang Plain, Hunan, China: investigating the origins of rice agriculture.” Kyushu University Department of Archaeology (Fukuoka, Japan)
 

 March 28, 2008.

 
“What was the impact of the Younger Dryas on hunter-gatherer populations in China and surrounding East Asia?” Hunter-Gatherer Transitions Through the Younger Dryas: A Global Perspective symposium. 73rd Annual Society for American Archaeology Meeting, Vancouver, B.C.
 

 December 8-10, 2006.

 
 “Timing, processes, and consequences of the Neolithic onset in China: is there a Neolithic Demographic Transition signature?” The Neolithic Demographic Transition and Its Consequences Conference (Jeane-Pierre Bocquet-Appel and Ofer Bar Yosef, organizers),Harvard Center for the Environment, Harvard University
 

July 16, 2004.

 
 “The search for Da Yi Shang, or Great City Shang.” Waseda University Archaeology Department (Tokyo, Japan)
 

February 17, 2004.

 
“Multi-disciplinary, collaborative archaeological fieldwork in China: The Investigations into Early Shang Civilization Project.” The Institute of Archaeology, University College London,

6.他類論文
     

7.田野報告
     

8.翻譯作品(中翻英)
 

Book Translations:

Tsang Cheng-hwa and Li Kuang-ti 2015

Archaeological Heritage in the Tainan Science Park of Taiwan. TSP Archaeological Discoveries Series, vol. 3. Taidong: Taiwan National Museum of Prehistory (from Chinese).

Tsang Cheng-hwa and Li Kuang-t in press  Quintessential Cultural Relics Unearthed at the Tainan Science Park. TSP Archaeological Discoveries Series, vol. 2. Taidong: Taiwan National Museum of Prehistory (from Chinese).
 

Article and Book Chapter Translations:

Chang, Kwang-chih  2005  “Epilogue: China and the history of world civilizations.” In Xu Pingfang and Sarah Allan (editors), The Formation of Chinese Civilization: An Archaeological Perspective. The Culture and Civilization of China Series, pp. 289-294. New Haven: Yale University Press (from Chinese).
Iijima, Taketsugu  2002 “Summary” to Ch?goku k?kogaku gairon (An Outline of Chinese Archaeology). Tokyo: D?seisha Publishers (from Japanese).
Tang, Jigen 2001 “The construction of an archaeological chronology for the history of the Shang Dynasty of early Bronze Age China.” The Review of Archaeology 22(2): 35-47 (from Chinese).
 Iijima, Taketsugu  1998 “Summary” to Ch?goku Sh? bunka k?kogaku kenky? (Research on the Archaeology of Zhou China). Tokyo: D?seisha Publishers (from Japanese).
Hou, Can 1996

 “Environmental change in the Tarim oases as seen through archeological discoveries.” Anthropology and Archeology of Eurasia 34(4): 55-66 (from Chinese).

Wang, Binghua 1996

“A preliminary analysis of the archeological cultures of the Bronze Age in the region of Xinjiang.” Anthropology and Archeology of Eurasia 34(4): 67-86 (from Chinese).

Yan, Wenming 1991

 “China’s earliest rice agriculture remains.” Bulletin, Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association 10: 118-126 (from Chinese).


學術榮譽
獎項名稱
獲獎時間/年度
國立臺灣大學國科會新聘特殊優秀人才補助獎勵.

Feb. 2015-Jan. 2018.

中華民國外交部台灣將助金 Taiwan Fellowship, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Republic of China.

March-December 2014.

Invited participant, Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research 140th Symposium, The Beginnings of Agriculture: New Data, New Ideas (March 6-13, 2009), Merida (Yucatán), Mexico. Organizers: T. Douglas Price and Ofer Bar-Yosef.

 

Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation for International Scholarly Exchange (USA) Post-Doctoral Fellowship

2003-2004.


開設課程
開設學期 課程名稱 課號 授課對象
103學年度 第1學期