課程資訊
課程名稱
量體與垂直地理學
Volume and Vertical Geography 
開課學期
110-1 
授課對象
理學院  地理環境資源學系  
授課教師
簡旭伸 
課號
Geog5111 
課程識別碼
228 U3250 
班次
 
學分
3.0 
全/半年
半年 
必/選修
選修 
上課時間
星期二7,8,9(14:20~17:20) 
上課地點
地理二教室 
備註
本課程中文授課,使用英文教科書。
總人數上限:30人 
Ceiba 課程網頁
http://ceiba.ntu.edu.tw/1101Geog5111_ 
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課程概述

本課程設定為大學部中高級與研究所入門課程,培養學生從量體研究的角度, 理論性分析當代新型態的環境議題。這一堂課將從 verticality/vertical and volume/volumetic 等核心概念,探討大氣技術、空氣污染、毒氣、海洋生態與技術、地底、地球工程等經驗現象,期待學生可以進一步探究以往地理學忽略的垂直與量體現象,並發展空氣、海洋與地質等環境議題。
課程設計上,除先探討物質轉向量體的地緣政治與量體地理學的認識論與方法論,以及如何執行垂直與量體研究,另外也聚焦在非地域思考下的新地緣政治議題,涵蓋地底、大氣、地球工程、海洋、極地等地表以上/以下的地理環境,所涉及之領土與治理課題。這樣的課程設計,希冀促成學生對於地理學想像的延伸,關注地表以上/以下的領土與環境課題。

【線上上課上課資訊】
1. 前三週線上上課網址:https://meet.google.com/deb-djkr-ugx
2. 歡迎旁聽,請寄信給授課教師(schien@ntu.edu.tw),但須履行每週作業(唯期末報告可不繳交)。 

課程目標
1. 閱讀並掌握當前量體研究的發展過程與經典研究
2. 熟悉量體地理學研究方法與應用
3. 具體個案之研究與量體視角之應用 
課程要求
1. 每周作業 (45%),針對每周三篇讀本,分選其中一篇, (1) 深入五百字列點摘要,並且 (2) 找尋各自文章 (中文英文不限) 相關新聞事件 (請貼全文與新聞連結),並且 (3) 進行評析 (300-500字),以及 (4) 課後將該周上課自我反思整理。請大家從第二周開始繳交每周作業,其中前三項是在上課前兩天晚上 23 點前完成,第四項於上課後兩天 23 點前完成。作業一律上傳到 CEIBA 討論區。
2. 15%是課程參與,除了踴躍發言,有料批評 (7.5%),從第三周起,每周三篇文章,分別有三個同學各自負責導讀評析與紀錄 (7.5 %),內容包括作者介紹、文章背景、文章重點,並彙整同學整理之新聞與摘要,提出有意義發問,導讀者在課後將討論做成 2000 字左右的報導。輪值的同學當周不用交該篇文章摘要。碩士班優先輪第二次。
3. 期末報告 :量體重要學者介紹(40%),挑選一個量體相關的學者,進行該作者之文獻閱讀,並針對該學者之研究發展歷程、所提出之重要概念,進行理論回顧。
4. 加分作業 (10%),每周作業繳交一份以上的文章反思(如前所述,包括列點摘要、相關新聞事件、評析等)。每多一份則酌量加 1-3%。
5. 加分作業 (10%),將上課反思投稿 (論理力、新聞感、即時性),或針對相關專書,結合上課文獻以書評格式投稿。將知識與現實進一步對話,用文􏰀來參與社會變遷。
6. 加分作業 (10%),針對垂直與量體地理撰寫研究計畫書,研究所同學 15,000字字,大學高年級同學,比照科技部大專生格式。 
預期每週課後學習時數
 
Office Hours
 
參考書目
見各週次指定閱讀與補充閱讀。 
指定閱讀
Week 01: 課程介紹volume 的認識論與方法論 debate and reply
- 廖昱凱、簡旭伸(2019)。地理學中的量體轉向:領土立體化、地球物理政治與環境中的情感氛圍。地理學報,(92),1-29。doi:10.6161/jgs.201904_(92).0001
- Elden, S. (2013) Secure the volume: Vertical geopolitics and the depth of power. Political Geography, 34: 35-51.
補充閱讀:
- Adey, P. (2013) Securing the volume/volumen: Comments on Stuart Elden’s Plenary paper ‘Secure the volume’. Political Geography, 34: 52-54.
- Bridge, G. (2013) Territory, now in 3D! Political Geography, 34: 55-57.
- Elden, S. (2013) Bodies, books, beneath: A reply to Adey and Bridge. Political Geography, 34: 58-59.

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Unit 1 Geophysical World
Week 02: 挑戰本體論:浪與流
- Steinberg, P. and K. Peters (2015) Wet ontologies, fluid spaces: giving depth to Volume through Oceanic Thinking. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 33 (2):247-264.
- Peters, K., & Steinberg, P. (2019). The ocean in excess: Towards a more-than-wet ontology. Dialogues in Human Geography, 9(3), 293–307. https://doi.org/10.1177/2043820619872886
補充閱讀:
- Squire, R. (2015) “Do you dive?”: Methodological considerations for engaging with “volume” Geography Compass, 11(7): e12319.

Week 03流動:雲與霧
- Chien, S. S., D. L. Hong and P. H. Lin (2017) Ideological and Volume Politics behind Cloud Water Resource Governance- Case of Weather Modification in China. Geoforum, 85: 225-233.
- Morris, B. (2013) Air Today, Gone Tomorrow: the Haar of Scotland and Local Atmosphere as Heritage Sites. International Journal of Intangible Heritage, 8: 87- 101.
補充閱讀:
- Martin, C. (2011) Fog-bound: Aerial space and the Elemental Entanglements of Body-with-World. Environment and Planning D, 29(3): 454-468.

Week 04流動:空氣污染、毒氣與氣味
- Flikke, R. (2018). 8. Domestication of Air, Scent, and Disease. In Domestication Gone Wild (pp. 176-195). Duke University Press.
- Nieuwenhuis, M. (2016) Breathing Materiality: Aerial Violence at a time of Atmospheric Politics. Critical Studies on Terrorism, 9(3): 499-521.
補充閱讀:
- Adey, P. and B. Anderson (2011) Anticipation, Materiality, Event: the Icelandic Ash Cloud Disruption and the Security of Mobility. Mobilities, 6(1): 11-20.
- Graham, S. (2015) Life Support: The Political Ecology of Urban Air. CITY, 19(2-3): 192-215.
- De Larrinaga, M. (2016) (Non)-Lethality And War: Tear Gas as a Weapon of
Governmental Intervention. Critical Studies on Terrorism, 9(3): 522-540.

Week 05 流動:聲、光與(季)風
- Peters, K. (2018) Audio Atmospherics: Listening from Land P. 57~74 in Sound, Space and Society. London: Palgrave Macmillan.
- Cullen, B. (2021). Intuiting a Monsoonal Ethnography in Three Bay of Bengal Cities. GeoHumanities, 7(1), 148-163.
補充閱讀:
-Harshavardhan Bhat (2021) Becoming the Monsoon Forest – Emergence in the Breakdown of Categories, GeoHumanities, 7:1, 6-23, DOI: 10.1080/2373566X.2021.1904786
- Thornton, P. (2015). The meaning of light: seeing and being on the battlefield. Cultural Geographies, 22(4), 567–583.

Week 06流動:地下物質流動
- Chien, S.-S., & Chang, Y.-T. (2021). Explosion, subterranean infrastructure and the elemental of earth in the contemporary city: The case of Kaohsiung, Taiwan. Geoforum, ISSN 0016-7185, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.geoforum.2021.03.005.
- Barry, A. (2016) Infrastructure and the Earth. Pp. 187-197 in Infrastructures and Social Complexity: A Companion, P. Harvey, C. B Jensen and A. Morita eds. London, United Kingdom: Routledge.
補充閱讀:
- Nigel Clark, (2020) Vertical fire: For a pyropolitics of the subsurface. Geoforum, ISSN 0016-7185, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.geoforum.2020.04.006.

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Unit 2 Volumetric Practices
Week 07殖民與擴張:大氣技術媒介
- Henry, M. (2017) Assembling Meterology: Ballons, Leaking Gas, and Colonial Relations in the Making of New Atmospheres. Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand, 47(2): 162-168.
- Whitehead, M. (2009) Instrumentation and the Sites of Atmospheric Monitoring. Pp. 94-125 in State, Science and the Skies: Governmentalities of the British Atmosphere. Chicester, United Kingdom: John Wiley and Sons Ltd.
補充閱讀:
- McCormack, D. P. (2017) Elemental infrastructures for atmospheric media: On stratospheric variations, value and the commons. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 35(3) 418–437.
- Eliza de Vet (2013) Exploring Weather-related Experiences and Practices: Examining Methodological Approaches. Area, 45(2): 198-206

Week 08 殖民與擴張:海洋技術
- Childs, J. (2020). Extraction in four dimensions: time, space and the emerging geo (-) politics of deep-sea mining. Geopolitics, 25(1), 189-213.
- Squire, R. (2016) Immersive terrain: the US Navy, Sealab and cold war undersea geopolitics. Area, 48(3): 332-338.
補充閱讀:
- Grundy-Warr, C., M, Sithirith and Y. M. Li (2015) Volumes, fluidity and flows: Rethinking the ‘nature’ of political geography. Political Geography, 45: 93-95.

Week 09殖民與擴張:地下量體技術
- Braun, B. (2000) Producing Vertical Territory: Geology and Governmentality in Late Victorian Canada. Ecumene, 7(1): 7-46.
- Perez, M. A. (2014) Exploring the vertical: Science and Sociality in the Field among Cavers in Venezuela. Social & Cultural Geography, 16(2): 226-247.
補充閱讀:
- Garrett, Bradley (2016) Picturing urban subterranea: embodied aesthetics of London’s sewers. Environment and Planning A, 1-33. (doi:10.1177/0308518X16652396).

Week 10高度與政治:飛機與衛星
- Adey, P. (2010) Aerial Views: Bodies, Borders and Biopolitics. Pp. 85-113 in Aerial Life: Spaces, Mobilities, Affects. Chichester, United Kingdom: John Wiley and Sons Ltd.
- Julie Michelle Klinger (2020) Environment, development, and security politics in the production of Belt and Road spaces, Territory, Politics, Governance, 8:5, 657-675, DOI: 10.1080/21622671.2019.1582358
補充閱讀:
- Graham, S. (2016) Satellite: Enigmatic Presence. In Vertical: The City from Satellites to Bunkers. London, United Kingdom: Verso Books.

Week 11 高度與政治:無人機
- Garrett, B. and K. Anderson (2018) Drone methodologies: Taking flight in human and physical Geography. Transaction of the Institute of British Geographers, First Published: https://doi.org/10.1111/tran.12232.
- Jackman, A., & Brickell, K. (2021). ‘Everyday droning’: Towards a feminist geopolitics of the drone-home. Progress in Human Geography. https://doi.org/10.1177/03091325211018745
補充閱讀:
- Jackman, A., & Squire, R. (2021). Forging Volumetric Methods. Area. https://doi.org/10.1111/area.12712- Adey, P. (2014) Security atmospheres or the Crystallisation of Worlds. Environment and Planning D, 32 (5): 834-851.
- Shaw, I. G. R. (2016) Policing Everything. Pp. 199-240 in Predator Empire: Drone Warfare and Full Spectrum Dominance. Minnesota, United States: University of Minnesota Press.

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Unit 3 Geohumanities and Nonhuman
Week 12 海洋生物
- Wang, C.-M. and K.-H. Chien (2020). "Mapping the subaquatic animals in the Aquatocene: Offshore wind power, the materialities of the sea and animal soundscapes." Political Geography 83: 102285. Doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.polgeo.2020.102285
- Squire, R. (2020). Companions, zappers, and invaders: The animal geopolitics of Sealab I, II, and III (1964–1969). Political Geography, 82, 102224.
補充閱讀:
- Gibbs, L. (2018). Shores: Sharks, Nets and More-Than-Human Territory in Eastern Australia. In K. Peters, P. Steinberg & E. Stratford (Eds.), Territory Beyond Terra (pp. 203-219). London, United Kingdom: Rowman & Littlefield International.

Week13 海洋與再現
- DeLoughrey, E., & Flores, T. (2020). Submerged Bodies: The Tidalectics of Representability and the Sea in Caribbean Art. Environmental Humanities, 12(1), 132-166.
- Helmreich, S. (2016). Hokusai's Great Wave Enters the Anthropocene. Environmental Humanities, 7(1), 203-217.
補充閱讀:
- Helmreich, S. (2018). Massive movie waves and the anthropic ocean. Social Science Information, 57(3), 494-521.


Week 14天氣與文化氣候學
- Thornes, J. (2008) Cultural Climatology and the Representation of Sky, Atmosphere, Weather and Climate in Selected Art Works of Constable, Monet and Eliasson. Geoforum, 39(2): 570-580.
- Khan, S. Thornes, J. E., Baker, J., Olson, D. W. and R. L. Doescher (2010) Monet at the Savoy. Area, 42(2): 208-216.
補充閱讀:
- Enghelmann, S. (2015) Toward a Poetics of Air: Sequencing and Surfacing Breath. Transaction of the Institute of British Geographers, 40(3): 430-444.

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Week 15 展望:量體中的多重宇宙
- Elden, S. (2021). Terrain, politics, history. Dialogues in Human Geography, 11(2), 170–189. https://doi.org/10.1177/2043820620951353
- Ulrich Oslender (2019) Geographies of the Pluriverse: Decolonial Thinking and Ontological Conflict on Colombia’s Pacific Coast, Annals of the American Association of Geographers, 109:6, 1691-1705, DOI: 10.1080/24694452.2019.1572491
補充閱讀:
- Klaus Dodds (2019) Geopolitics and Ice Humanities: Elemental, Metaphorical and Volumetric Reverberations, Geopolitics , DOI: 10.1080/14650045.2019.1697240

Week 16: 期末作品呈現 
評量方式
(僅供參考)
 
No.
項目
百分比
說明
1. 
每周作業  
45% 
 
2. 
課程參與 
15% 
 
3. 
期末報告 
40% 
 
 
課程進度
週次
日期
單元主題
第1週
9/28  課程介紹、volume的認識論與方法論 
第2週
10/05  挑戰本體論:浪與流 
第3週
10/12  流動:雲與霧 
第4週
10/19  流動:空氣污染、毒氣與氣味 
第5週
10/26  流動:聲、光與(季)風 
第6週
11/02  流動:地下物質流動 
第7週
11/09  殖民與擴張:大氣技術媒介 
第8週
11/16  殖民與擴張:海洋技術 
第9週
11/23  殖民與擴張:地下量體技術 
第10週
11/30  高度與政治:飛機與衛星 
第11週
12/07  高度與政治:無人機 
第12週
12/14  海洋生物 
第13週
12/21  海洋與再現 
第14週
12/28  天氣與文化氣候學 
第15週
1/04  展望:量體中的多重宇宙 
第16週
1/11  期末作品呈現