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移動人權線上論壇:在博物館內遇見移動的故事 Discover Stories of Migration in a Museum

線上講座簡介:

臺灣是個移民之島,移動、遷徙也是人類社會生活的常態,幾乎每個人都曾有過移動者的心情。「移動」不限於移民或移工,移動的主體小至個人,大到整個家族甚至族群,移動的理由或為求學、工作、婚姻,甚至戰亂、政治壓迫,抑或是因生活、身份轉換而產生內在或思維上的移動。國立臺灣歷史博物館長期面對「移民」的議題,歷史上每一個移動的故事,都乘載著一段臺灣人的共同記憶,博物館如何透過「移動」的視野,運用展覽及行動策略緩而有力的推動移民者的文化認同工程?博物館又如何以不同的角度重新思考移動者的故事?如何透過這些故事,引發新舊住民的共鳴並參與對話?臺史博在記錄歷史的同時,又是如何容納不同的聲音和觀點,為臺灣的未來保留更多不同的可能?

線上講者簡介:

吳佳霓    國立臺灣歷史博物館公共服務組組長

曾擔任「來自四方:近代臺灣移民的故事」及「新臺客:東南亞移民移工在臺灣」等特展策展人,自2014年起持續參與執行多項移動議題的活動及展覽。期待在每一個博物館行動的背後,都能為增加社會的包容性、保存文化及人類的多樣性做出貢獻。

Introduction

Taiwan has always been a destination for migrants. Traveling and migrating are norms of human societies. Almost every one of us would experience the state of a migrant at a certain point in life. Migrating is not an experience exclusive to immigrants or migrant workers. Those who migrate can be as small as individuals or as big as an entire extended family even an ethnic group for reasons like study, employment, marriage, even war and political persecution. Furthermore, internal and philosophical migration may take place due to the shift of life experience and identity. Over the years, the National Museum of Taiwan History (NMTH) has been addressing the issues about "migrants". Each one of the stories about migration is a depository of collective memories of Taiwanese people. How can a museum leverage exhibition and action strategies to steadily and forcefully propel the enterprise of cultural recognition of immigrants' experience through the lens of "immigration"? How does a museum approach stories of migrants through different angles? And how does a museum build connections and strike up conversations between earlier settlers and new migrants of this land through these stories? How does NMTH document history in a way that accommodates different perspectives and views to ensure rooms for different possibilities for our future in Taiwan? 

Speaker

Wu, Chia-Ni     Associate Curator & Leader of Public Service Division, National Museum of Taiwan History


Wu, Chia-Ni is the curator for the two special exhibitions at NMTH, Movement of People: the Migration Stories of Taiwan and Southeast Asian Immigrants and Migrant Workers in Taiwan. She has been involved in organizing various events and exhibitions featuring migration issues since 2014. It is her hope that each one of the museum actions will contribute to the tolerance of our society and conservation of culture and humanistic diversity.


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Discover Stories of Migration in a Museum

Discover Stories of Migration in a Museum

在博物館內遇見移動的故事

在博物館內遇見移動的故事