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Colonial Modernity in Korea

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Published by Harvard University Asia Center .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Asian / Middle Eastern history: from c 1900 -,
  • Asian studies,
  • History,
  • History - General History,
  • History: World,
  • Korea,
  • Asia - Korea,
  • History / Korea

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsKyeong-Hee Choi (Contributor), Henry H. Em (Contributor), Do-Hyun Han (Contributor), Joong-Seop Kim (Contributor), Chulwoo Lee (Contributor), Soon-Won Park (Contributor), Michael A. Schneider (Contributor), Michael D. Shin (Contributor), Clark Sorensen (Contributor), Kenneth M. Wells (Contributor), Daqing Yang (Contributor), Gi-Wook Shin (Editor), Michael Robinson (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages466
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7670547M
    ISBN 100674005945
    ISBN 109780674005945

      Colonial undermodernity might have more advantages than colonial modernity, since it can capture not only limitations of colonial industrialization motivated by Japanese war efforts, but also wrongdoings of Japanese policies in enforcing cultural and social assimilation in Korea. In a sense, colonial modernity is a contradictory by: 1. The conference "Between Colonialism and Nationalism: Power and Subjectivity in Korea, " was held at the University of Michigan, May 4— following article provides some highlights from that conference. Henry Em, organizer of the conference and a faculty member in the Department of Asian Languages and Cultures, teaches courses on Korean history and does research on modern Korean Cited by: 1.

    Kwon, assistant professor of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, examines intimate cultural encounters between Korea and Japan during the colonial era and their postcolonial disavowal. After the Japanese empire’s collapse in , new nation-centered histories in Korea and Japan actively erased these once ubiquitous cultural interactions that neither side wanted to remember. Contents Preface vii Contributors xi Introduction: Rethinking Colonial Korea 1 Gi-Wook Shin and Michael Robinson Part I: Colonial Modernity and Hegemony Modernity, Legality, and Power in Korea Under Japanese Rule 21 Chulwoo Lee Broadcasting, Cultural Hegemony, and Colonial Modernity in Korea, 52 Michael Robinson.

    Get this from a library! Intimate empire: collaboration and colonial modernity in Korea and Japan. [Nayoung Aimee Kwon] -- In Intimate Empire Nayoung Aimee Kwon examines intimate cultural encounters between Korea and Japan during the colonial era and their postcolonial disavowal. After the Japanese empire's collapse in. Introduction: Colonial Modernity and Beyond in the East Asian Context.


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The twelve chapters in this volume seek to overcome the nationalist paradigm of Japanese repression and exploitation versus Korean resistance that has dominated the study of Korea's colonial period () by adopting a more inclusive, pluralistic approach that stresses the complex relations among colonialism, modernity, and by: 1.

The twelve chapters in this volume seek to overcome the nationalist paradigm of Japanese repression and exploitation versus Korean resistance that has dominated the study of Korea's colonial period () by adopting a more inclusive, pluralistic approach that stresses the complex relations among colonialism, modernity, and nationalism/5.

The twelve chapters in this volume seek to overcome the nationalist paradigm of Japanese repression and exploitation versus Korean resistance that has dominated the study of Korea's colonial period ( - ) by adopting a more inclusive, pluralistic approach that stresses the complex relations among colonialism, modernity, and : The twelve chapters in this volume seek to overcome the nationalist paradigm of Japanese repression and exploitation versus Korean resistance that has dominated the study of Korea's colonial period 4/5(1).

Colonial modernity in Korea. [Gi-Wook Shin; Michael Edson Robinson;] -- "The study of Korea during the colonial period () has long been dominated by the nationalist paradigms of Japanese imperialist repression versus Korean nationalist resistance, colonial.

"Nayoung Aimee Kwon's Intimate Empire is a breakthrough in Korean and Japanese Studies. The book has a dual focus: one is the contested colonial encounter between Korean and Japanese intellectuals in the Japanese Empire; the other is postcolonial power in which minority intellectuals work in the United by: The pompous claims of Japanese colonialists that they were modernizing Korean society and the use of those claims to justify colonial rule are vivid memories for Koreans, as is the support many contemporary Westerners gave Japanese imperialism for bringing the blessings of modernity to Asia.

Gi-Wook Shin has 25 books on Goodreads with ratings. Gi-Wook Shin’s most popular book is Ethnic Nationalism in Korea: Genealogy, Politics, and Legacy. Colonial Modernity in Korea is a collection of twelve chapters by thirteen different authors with an additional introduction to the complexities of Korean colonial modernity by the editors Gi-Wook Shin and Michael Robinson and an epilogue by Carter J.

Eckert. The book is divided into two parts, entitled "Colonial Modernity and Hegemony" and. Colonial Modernity in Korea Paperback – Aug 1 by Kyeong-Hee Choi (Contributor), Henry H. Em (Contributor), Do-Hyun Han (Contributor), Be the first to Format: Paperback.

ShinGi-Wook and RobinsonMichael, eds. Colonial Modernity in Korea. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, xiii + pp. ISBN$ - Volume 1 Issue 3 - Author: Sonia Ryang. In Search of Human Rights: The Paekchŏng Movement in Colonial Korea Minjok as a Modern and Democratic Construct: Sin Ch’aeho’s Historiography Exorcising Hegel’s Ghosts: Toward a Postnationalist Historiography of KoreaAuthor: Gi-Wook Shin.

The twelve chapters in this volume seek to overcome the nationalist paradigm of Japanese repression and exploitation versus Korean resistance that has dominated the study of Korea's colonial period () by adopting a more inclusive, pluralistic approach that stresses the complex relations among colonialism, modernity, and nationalism.

Few books tell such a broad global history using an interdisciplinary approach that blends historical and cultural scholarship.

The authors are based at UTS - faculty of Humanities and Social Studies. For five centuries, colonialism and modernity have profoundly shaped the cultures of the world. This book traces these interacting long-term historical processes, and.

Review. Gi-Wook Shin and Michael Robinson have edited a book that brings together academics from a range of disciplines to present a comprehensive perspective of Korea's colonial period from a more integrative and pluralist viewpoint In taking on an alternative view of Korea's colonial period, the book provides a valuable addition to 5/5(1).

Book Description. The Routledge Handbook of Korean Culture and Society is an accessible and interdisciplinary resource that explores the formation and transformation of Korean culture and society. Each chapter provides a comprehensive and thought-provoking overview on key topics, including: compressed modernity, religion, educational migration, social class and inequality.

the locus of Korean national essence. Again, the colonial experience was a stimu­ lant, but it. did not necessarily lead to consequences that are ^consistent with ptions of Korean modernity.-As Korea's loss of sovereignty JAH 35/1 (). The twelve chapters in this volume seek to overcome the nationalist paradigm of Japanese repression and exploitation versus Korean resistance that has dominated the study of Korea's colonial period () by adopting a more inclusive, pluralistic approach that stresses the complex relations among colonialism, modernity, and nationalism.

Intimate Empire: Collaboration and Colonial Modernity in Korea and Japan Nayoung Aimee Kwon In Intimate Empire Nayoung Aimee Kwon examines intimate cultural encounters between Korea and Japan during the colonial era and their postcolonial disavowal. Book review by Thomas D.

Curran. Shin, Gi-Wook and Michael Robinson, eds. Colonial Modernity in Korea. Cambridge: Harvard University Area Center, ISBN Author: Curran, D Thomas. In Intimate Empire Nayoung Aimee Kwon examines intimate cultural encounters between Korea and Japan during the colonial era and their postcolonial disavowal.

After the Japanese empire's collapse innew nation-centered histories in Korea and Japan actively erased these once ubiquitous cultural interactions that neither side wanted to remember.Nayoung Aimee Kwon’s expertly researched and handsomely illustrated Intimate Empire: Collaboration and Colonial Modernity in Korea and Japan examines the frequent and varied cultural encounters between Korean and Japanese literary figures and literatures during the colonial period (–), as well as the disavowals of these ties for much of the .— Jin-kyung Lee, author of Service Economies: Militarism, Sex Work, and Migrant Labor in South Korea "Nayoung Aimee Kwon's Intimate Empire is a breakthrough in Korean and Japanese Studies.

The book has a dual focus: one is the contested colonial encounter between Korean and Japanese intellectuals in the Japanese Empire; the other is postcolonial power in which .