Well, is he?
[quote]Marc L. Moskowitz
Sociology and Anthropology
Ph.D. University of California, San Diego
M.A. University of California, San Diego
B.A. University of California, Santa Cruz
Freshman Seminar – Aging
Sociology and Anthropology 110: Introduction to Sociology and Anthropology
Sociology and Anthropology 212: Introduction to Chinese Culture and Society
Sociology and Anthropology 215: Japanese Thought and Society
Sociology and Anthropology 261: Cultural Anthropology
Sociology and Anthropology 273: Chinese and Japanese Religion in Practice
Sociology and Anthropology 281: Gender Issues in China and Taiwan
Sociology and Anthropology 302: Sexuality and Society
2001 The Haunting Fetus: Abortion, Sexuality, and the Spirit World in Taiwan. Honolulu, Hawai’i: University of Hawai’i Press.
11/12/01 Book Talk. Lake Forest College. “The Haunting Fetus: Abortion, Sexuality, and the Spirit World in Taiwan.”
8/15/01 Presentation, Inter-University Program, Taipei, Taiwan: “Transforming Religious Belief: Abortion and the Spiritworld in Taiwan”
9/21/99 Colloquium (Presented in Chinese), National Central University Institute of History, Taiwan: “Taiwan de yingling chongbai” [Fetus-Ghost Worship in Taiwan].
6/25/99 Presentation, Inter-University Program, Taipei, Taiwan: “Fetus-Spirits: Traditional Morality and New Religious Beliefs in Taiwan.”
11/30/98 Colloquium, UCSD Department of Anthropology: “Fetus Ghosts and Fetus Demons: New Religious Practices in Modern Taiwan.”
3/23/01 Panel Presentation, Association of Asian Studies: “Yang Sucking She-Demons: Penetration, Castration Anxiety, and Other Freudian Angst in Modern Chinese Cinema.” Panel: Taiwan Studies Group - Facets of Taiwanse Religion, Society, and Culture.
3/11/00 Panel Presentation, Association of Asian Studies: “Fetus-Ghost Appeasement in Modern Taiwan.” Panel: Ritual and Meaning in Taiwan. Organizer: Marc Moskowitz.
11/19/99 Panel Presentation, American Anthropological Association: “Blood Drinking Fetus-Demons: Greed, Loathing, and Vengeance through Sorcery in Taiwan.” Panel: Religion at the Millenium II: Religion Confronts Commoditization.
12/6/98 Panel Presentation, American Anthropological Association: “The Haunting Fetus: Sexuality, Abortion, and the Spirit World in Taiwan.” Panel: Chinese Religion, Reflections from the Field. Organizer: Marc L. Moskowitz.
Awards and Honors
8/98-8/99 The Chiang Ching-Kuo Foundation for International Scholarly Exchange Fellowship.
7/97-7/98 U.S. Department of Education Center for International Education Fulbright-Hays Award.
7/97-12/98 Center for Chinese Studies Grant. (Unable to accept because it conflicted with other funding).
6/96-6/97 Pacific Cultural Foundation Dissertation Research Subsidy.
9/95-6/96 Inter-University Language Program Partial Tuition Waiver (3 Quarters). Money provided by the R.O.C. Ministry of Education and the Inter-University Language Program.
9/94-8/95 Inter-University Language Program Full Tuition Waiver (4 Quarters). Money provided by the R.O.C. Ministry of Education and the Inter-University Language Program.
6/92-9/92 Department of Education’s Title VI Program Grant. Administered through the University of California, San Diego, to attend Chinese language courses at the Taipei Language Institute in Taipei, Taiwan[/quote]