外聘研究人员

高权(中心外聘研究员)

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基本信息

姓名:高权

性别:男

出生年月:1992年04月

职务/职称:博士后

邮箱:q.gao2@newcastle.ac.uk

通讯地址:地理系, 纽卡斯尔大学,纽卡斯尔,英国,NE1 5PN

个人简介

高权,2020年5月份毕业于英国纽卡斯尔大学,获得博士学位。现为新加坡管理大学博士后。研究方向为宗教地理学。

研究方向

  • 宗教地理学

教育与工作经历

  • 2011.09-2015.06 华南师范大学地理科学学院,获人文地理学专业学士学位

  • 2016.05-2020.05 纽卡斯尔大学 人文地理 在读博士生

  • 2020.08-迄今 新加坡管理大学 博士后

代表性论著专利

【论文】

  1. 高權,錢俊希. 十字架下的「農民工」:宗教、社會轉型與民工基督徒主體性的建構 [Beliefs at the Margins: Religion, Social Transformation and Subjectivity Construction of Migrant-worker Christians]. 台灣社會學刊 [Taiwanese Journal of Sociology] 2017, 61, 51-94.

  2. 尹铎,高权,朱竑. 广州鳄鱼公园野生动物旅游中的生命权力运作 [Biopower in wildlife tourism: a case study of Guangzhou’s Crocodile Park] 地理学报 [Acta Geographica Sinica] 2017, 72 (10), 1872-1885.

  3. 高权,钱俊希. “情感转向” 视角下地方性重构研究——以广州猎德村为例. [Negotiating place-restructuring from the perspective of emotional geographies: a case study of Liede village, Guangzhou] 人文地理 [Human Geography] 2016, 31 (4), 33-41.

  4. 袁振杰,高权,黄文炜. 城镇化背景下村落神圣空间政治性的建构——以广州 A 村宗祠为例 [The construction of the politics of village’s sacred space in the context of urbanization: a case study of the ancestral hall in a village, Guangzhou]. 人文地理 [Human Geography] 2016, 31 (5), 71-79.

  5. 朱竑,高权. 西方地理学 “情感转向” 与情感地理学研究述评. [Review on “emotional turn” and emotional geographies in recent human geography] 地理研究 [Geographical Research] 2015, 34 (7), 1394-1406.

  6. 陈忠暖,高权,王帅,杨嘉聪. 中国重工业化与城乡收入差距的实证分析 [Heavy industry development and urban-rural income inequality: empirical analysis based on China’s provincial panel data, 2006-2013]. 经济地理 [Economic Geography] 2016, 25(7), 99-106.

  7. 陈忠暖, 高权,王帅. 中国省际城镇化综合水平及其空间分异.[The comprehensive evaluation of China’s urbanization and spatial difference in provincial level] 经济地理 [Economic Geography]2014, 34 (6), 54-59. 8.尹铎, 蔡慕言, 梁金多, 朱竑, 高权. 广州城市流浪乞讨者的空间管治与日常生活实践 [Spatial regulation and everyday practices of urban homelessness in Guangzhou]. 地理科学 [Geographical Science] 2019, 39(03):450-458.

【同行审议期刊】

  1. Quan Gao, Junxi Qian, and Zhenjie Yuan. (2018). Multi-scaled secularization or postsecular present? Christianity and migrant workers in Shenzhen, China. cultural geographies, 25 (4), 553–570.

  2. Quan Gao, Duo Yin, Hong Zhu. (2019). Secularisation and resistant politics of sacred space in Guangzhou’s ancestral temple, China. Area, 51(3), 570-577.

  3. Quan Gao, Junxi Qian. (2019). Migrant workers in an era of religious revival: industrial capitalism, labour and Christianity in Shenzhen. The China Quarterly, https://doi.org/10.1017/S0305741019000766

  4. Quan Gao. (2019). The aspiration for moral manhood: religion, class, and migrant workers’ negotiation of masculinities in Shenzhen, China. Geoforum, 106, 287-296.

  5. Quan Gao, Duo Yin, Hong Zhu & Xiaoliang Chen. (2019). Lived religion under neoliberal transition: work/leisure and migrant workers in Shenzhen, China. Social & Cultural Geography, https://doi.org/10.1080/14649365.2019.1681021

  6. Quan Gao. (forthcoming). Reconstituting neoliberal subjectivity of migrants: Christian theo-ethics and migrant workers in Shenzhen, China. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. (the special issue of Chinese migration studies).

  7. Quan Gao. (second round of review). Urban regeneration and emotional politics of place in Liede Village, Guangzhou, China. Habitat International.

【书本章节】

  • Quan Gao. Rescralisation. In: Adam Possamai & Anthony Blasi (eds). The SAGE Encyclopedia of Sociology of Religion.

  • Quan Gao. Scale (4500 words). In: Rachel Pain and Peter Hopkins (eds.). Introducing Social Geographies (forthcoming).

获奖情况

  1. 英国纽卡斯尔大学卓越研究奖学金 (2016-2020)

  2. 华南师范大学创新奖二等奖(2014-2015)

  3. 华南师范大学优秀学生 (2011-2012)

展示

  • Invited speaker of International workshop on “China in an era of mobilities: New theoretical dialogues on migration”. (8-10 Nov, 2018, Guangzhou). Presentation: “Reconstituting neoliberal subjectivity of migrants: Christian theo-ethics and migrant workers in Shenzhen, China”.

  • Invited speaker at Centre for Social and Cultural Geography, South China Normal University (26 March 2018) Presentation: Urban homelessness and neoliberal biopolitics in Shenzhen.