Position: Full-time Professor
Research Expertise: Archaeology, Archaeological Theories, Spatial Analysis, Ceramic Archaeology, Settlement Pattern, Human Dietary
Research Interests (two directions):
• Neolithic Period (3900 B.P. to 1900B.P.), sites located in coastal area in southern tip of Taiwan.
• Studied on settlement pattern from archaeological evidences of artifact assemblages, subsistence systems and the topographies which sites located.
• Studied on intrasite spatial pattern and formation process from the sizes, types, densities, and spatial distributions of artifacts
• Social interaction and social boundaries from technical choice approach, mainly on compositional analyses and stylistic analysis of the decorative variations at more detailed levels.
• Protohistoric period (>600<), settlements with slate house structures on mountain area in southern tip of Taiwan.
• Studies on settlement patterns from the maps of house structures and their spatial arrangement
• examining and comparing the similarities and differences of sites’ settlement patterns and house structures to understand the continuities and discontinuities of the culture, and further to sort out the South Paiwan, or even Paiwan culture in the different times and different areas.
• Studying on distributions of imported goods, house sizes and house shapes, and the degree of the constraint of house pattern to argue what the social systems groups practiced.
|2019||The Cultural Construction of Space and Migration in Paiwan, Taiwan. Cambridge Archaeological Journal, 29(3): 393-406.|
|2017||Cheng-Yi Lee, Maa-Ling Chen, Mu-Chun Wua, Isotopic perspectives of dietary patterns in Taiwan after the introduction of crops. Journal of Archaeological Science, 20: 355-361.|
|2013||Chengyi Lee; Maa-Ling Chen; Peter Ditchfield; Li-Hung Lin; Pei-Ling Wang; Hsiu-Man Lin; Ching-Hua Lo; Mark Pollard; Hsi-Kuei Tsai, Dietary reconstruction of the Iron Age population at the Fantzuyuan site, Taiwan, revealed by isotopic analysis on human and faunal bone collagen. Archaeological Research in Asia, 9: 34-43.|
|2016||Lee, Cheng-Yi , Maa-Ling Chen, Li-Hung Lin, Peter Ditchfield, Pei-Ling Wang, Hsiu-Man Lin, A. Mark Pollard, Ching-Hua Lo, Hsi-Kuei Tsai “Paleodietary pattern of the Yuan-Shan Neolithic people in Taiwan: Evidence from carbon and nitrogen stable isotopic analyses of human skeletons and faunal remains.” Journal of Archaeology and Anthropology 85: 109-138.|
|2016||Chengyi Lee; Maa-Ling Chen; Peter Ditchfield; Li-Hung Lin; Pei-Ling Wang; Hsiu-Man Lin; Ching-Hua Lo; Mark Pollard; Hsi-Kuei Tsai, Diet and Subsistence Mode of Neolithic Yuan-Shan People in Taiwan: Perspective from Carbon and Nitrogen Isotope Analyses of Bone Collagen. Archaeological Research in Asia, 7: 18-27.|
|2016||Chen, Maa-ling, Peiyu Chen, Yi-ling Lin “Study on Ceramic Technological Systems of Prehistoric Cultures in Taipei Basin from Technical Choice Approach.” Journal of Archaeology and Anthropology 84: 1-38.|
|2016||The Variability and Meaning of Intersettlement Ceramic Design—Case Study on OLP Phase II and Phase III-IV in Kenting National Park at the Southern Tip of Taiwan. Prehistory of Taiwan, Special Volume for Institute of History and Linguistic, Academic Sinica.|
|2012||Interpreting Social Differentiation by Examining the House and Settlement Patterns and the Flow of Resources: A Case Study of Pai-wan Slate House Settlements in Southern Taiwan. Asian Perspectives, 50(1&2): 107-131.|
|2011||“Archaeology One Hundreds.” Journal of Science Development VL. 456:172-175, National Science Council, Taipei.|
|2010||Interpreting the Social Meaning of Different Shapes of House Structures by Examining the Flow of Resources: A Case Study in Saqacengalj, the Southern Tip of Taiwan. Archaeometry, 52(6):1057-1078.|
|2008||The Relationship between Prehistoric Population and Landscape: The Application of GIS in Archaeology. Digital Archives GIScience Proceedings : 91-105|
|2008||Settlement Patterns at Saqacengalj, A Slate House Settlement in Southern Taiwan. Asian Perspectives, 47(2): 210-241.|
|2006||The Development Trajectory of Taiwanese Archaeology Presented from the bulletin of the Department of Anthropolog. The Bulletin of the Department of Archaeology and Anthropology 66:3-24.|
|2006||The Application of Chemical compositional Analysis in Archaeological Ceramics: a Case Study in Kenting Area. Taiwan Journal of Anthropology 4(2):1-36.|
|2006||Physicochemical Compositional Analysis on Ceramics：A Case Study in Kenting, Taiwan. Archaeometry, 48(4): 565-580.|
|2005||The SettlementPatterns and Configurations of Saqacengalj—Archaeological Study on An Abandoned Settlement. The Bulletin of the Department of Archaeology and Anthropology 63: 50-91.|
|2002||ntrasite Analysis—Case Study in Site Chu-Fan-Shi. The Bulletin of the Department of Archaeology andAnthropology 58: .|
|2000||Taiwan Archaeology’s Problems in the Application of Theories and Establishing Systematic Knowledge about the Past. The Bulletin of the Department of Archaeology and Anthropology 55:133-148|
|1999||The Settlement patterns and System of OLP Phase III-IV. The Bulletin of the Department of Archaeology and Anthropology 54:63-96.|
|1999||What Dating Results Imply: Redefining the Separation of OLP Phase|
III and Phase IV, and the Potential Relationship between OLP Phase
II and Phase III. The Bulletin of the Department of Archaeology and Anthropology 53: 125-143.
|1997||Function of Methodologies in Archaeological Research. The Bulletin of the Department of Archaeology and Anthropology 50: 218-229.|
|1988||Synthesis in Theories and Methodologies of American Archaeology. People and Culture 23:15-29.|
|1981||The Structure of Settlement Street and its Environment in Wu Te Village. People and Culture 15:76-79.|