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Sep. 30: Charles Richter; 伊能嘉矩Ino Kanori

伊能嘉矩Ino Kanori 《臺灣文化志》台灣踏查日記 方豪糾正;伊能嘉矩:臺灣歷史民族誌的展開 http://hcbooks.blogspot.tw/2011/04/blog-post_6117.html

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【歷史上的今天】
9月30日,是一位對臺灣原住民及人類學影響重大的人物 – 伊能嘉矩逝世紀念日。
(1867/5/9-1925/9/30)

說起伊能嘉矩先生,可能多數人不知道他是誰?臺灣原住民族群在清代只分生番熟番,伊能嘉矩首度提出較完整的「4群8族11部」分類體系。這樣的分類方式,是全臺灣跋山涉水冒著生病或被獵首的危險跑透透四處踏查才能得到的成果。


1895年臺灣依馬關條約成為日本的新領土,同年11月伊能嘉矩先生來到臺灣成為民政局雇員,學習臺灣在地語言,之後開始展開大規模的踏查之旅,詳細紀錄了各族群的語言、風俗、文化及途中種種經歷,之後集結成《臺灣蕃人事情》及《臺灣踏查日記》,最後150萬字的《臺灣文化志》更是臺灣研究的代表作。

伊能嘉矩豐富的踏查經歷,訂定了「五戒」與「踏查三原則」,成為許多人田野調查時的圭臬。他致力於推廣原住民教育,曾收養過一位泰雅族女孩,女孩後來不幸生病過世,他悲痛萬分寫了一篇悼文刊載於《東京人類學會雜誌》。伊能先生和原住民成為知己,就有如親人一般。臺灣幾乎每個地方都有他的足跡,許多著作甚至成為現代登山客研究古道的資料。伊能先生後來瘧疾復發,於1925年9月30日病逝。

9月30日,伊能嘉矩先生 一位臺灣原住民及人類學重大貢獻者的逝世紀念日。

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已逝古道權威楊南郡老師譯註的《台灣踏查日記:伊能嘉矩的台灣田野探勘》,推薦給大家:
https://gjtaiwan.com/rt/?id=164

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Sep. 29: Miguel de Cervantes

Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra was a Spanish writer who is widely regarded as the greatest writer in the Spanish language and one of the world's pre-eminent novelists. Wikipedia Born: September 29, 1547, Alcalá de Henares, Spain Died: April 22, 1616, Madrid, Spain PlaysThe Siege of NumantiaThe Jealous Old ManMORE ParentsLeonor de CortinasRodrigo de Cervantes Quotes
Too much sanity may be madness and the maddest of all, to see life as it is and not as it should be. Facts are the enemy of truth. To be prepared is half the victory.
"Finally, from so little sleeping and so much reading, his brain dried up and he went completely out of his mind."
--from DON QUIXOTE (1605–1615) by

Sep. 27: Hugh Hefner ; Zuzana Ruzickova; George Cruikshank; GOOGLE; 香港雨傘運動2014;

Zuzana Růžičková In Memoriam (14. 01.1927 - 27. 09.2017) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RXVG1CWNE0M

Zuzana Ruzickova harpsichordist and Holocaust survivor, dies Ruzickova survived persecution from the Nazis and Soviet communists before becoming one of the world's most acclaimed harpsichordists. She died in a Prague hospital after battling a short illness.
Zuzana Ruzickova suffered decades of persecution on her journey to becoming an award-winning musician and world-famous harpsichordist. "She was a woman with incredibly tough experiences and traumas suffered during the Holocaust," music journalist Petr Veber told the Czech CTK news agency. "Fortunately, she survived and she was able to get over it." Born on January 14, 1927, Ruzickova was expelled from school for being Jewish shortly after Nazi Germany's occupation of Czechoslovakia at the beginning of the Second World War. In 1942, she and her family were interned at the Czech concentration camp at There…