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客家研究中心
客家研究中心
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客家研究中心
本中心成立於2013年,為東臺灣地區唯一的客家研究中心。
東臺灣客家與臺灣其他地區不同,有其特殊的歷史發展。東部的客家人是所謂的「客家二次移民」,不同時期配合國家政策,或因應原居住地農耕土地、經濟生活等的壓力,陸續地遷移進入東臺灣,成為重要的族群,同時,也使得東臺灣成為新竹、桃園、苗栗、高雄、屏東等地以外重要的客家分布地。面對東臺灣特殊的風土與民情,客家人在歷史發展、族群關係、語言、產業、藝術等方面,都與臺灣其他地區有不同的發展。
本中心將把握東臺灣在地的優勢,結合校內相關的科系、師資,提供研究的工作平台,並且藉由與國內外有關客家研究的學術機構,及東臺灣客家文史工作者進行交流與合作,一方面積極蒐集田野資料,一方面也透過跨學科領域的整合,展開客家相關研究,並推廣、紮根客家研究。

Hakka Research Center
Found in 2013, the Hakka Research Center at the National Dong Hwa University is the only institute focusing on Hakka studies in Eastern Taiwan.
Different from other regions in Taiwan, the Hakkas in Eastern Taiwan has particular experiences in its own historical development. The Hakkas in Eastern Taiwan, so-called the secondary immigration of Hakka, moved to this land due to several reasons such as obeying the national immigration policy, adapting agricultural land shortage, and releasing from economic pressure. Due to the local environment, the Hakkas here has its own unique evaluations in historical development, ethnicism, language, life style and art, all of which are different from other regions. In the present day, the Hakka people here have made this area one of the most important Hakka regions in Taiwan, in addition to Hsinchu, Taoyuan, Miaoli, Kaohsiung, and Pingtu.
Using local vantages, this center will integrate related departments and faculty resources into a research and communication platform for domestic and international cooperation of Hakka study. Through the systematical works of local field data collection and interdisciplinary integration, we believe this brand-new center will not only advance our knowledge in Hakka studies, but also broadcast and popularize the beauty of Hakka culture.