MARTIN TSE 謝孟謙
MPhil student (Admitted in 2019 – 2020)
Martin Tse is an MPhil student (starting in Jan. 2020) in the Institute under the supervision of Dr. David A. Palmer. He has been working as a Research Assistant and Assistant Lecturer in the Institute for a few years, and is now assisting Dr. Palmer in the research on one particular ritual tradition in Yingde, northern Guangdong. Being part of the team of the YAODAO project of the Asian Religious Connections cluster, he will investigate the Daoist rituals among the Lanten Yao people in the northwestern part of Laos.
Room 112, May Hall, The University of Hong Kong
Tel: (852) 3917-8112
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With David A. Palmer. Civil Buddhism, Martial Daoism: Text and Drama in the Jiao Festivals of the Guangdong Village of Xicun. 宗樹人、謝孟謙合著：《文武佛道：廣東省英德市黃花鎮溪村的醮儀文本與劇作結構》 350 pp. + 300 pp of ritual manuscript reproductions, forthcoming.
With David A. Palmer and Chip Colwell. “Guanyin’s Limbo: Icons as Demi-Persons and Dividuating Objects.” American Anthropologist. Published online on 23 Aug. 2019, DOI: 10.1111/aman.13317.