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Korea Between Empires, 1895-1919
Introduction: A Monumental Story 1: The Universalizing Winds of Civilization 2: Decentering the Middle Kingdom and Realigning the East 3: Engaging a Civilizing Japan 4: Spirit, History, andExpand
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Colonialism and the ‘Korea Problem’ in the Historiography of Modern Japan: A Review Article
  • André Schmid
  • Political Science
  • The Journal of Asian Studies
  • 1 November 2000
By the time emperor meiji died in 1912, mourned as the first “modern” emperor, Japan had already acquired a sizeable colonial realm. Two years earlier, Japanese newspapers and magazines hadExpand
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Rediscovering Manchuria: Sin Ch'aeho and the Politics of Territorial History in Korea
In the years immediately prior to Japan's annexation of Korea in 1910, the historian Sin Ch'aeho posed a fundamental challenge to conventional assumptions about the limits of Korean territoriality:Expand
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Nation Work: Asian Elites and National Identities
As increasing attention is drawn to globalization, questions arise about the fate of "the nation," a political and social unit that for centuries has seemed the common-sense way to organize theExpand
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Looking North toward Manchuria
Writing in , prominent Korean historian Sin Ch’aeho decried that his countrymen were ‘‘sitting on the sidelines happily looking on with folded arms’’ as the fate of Manchuria was determined. WhatExpand
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Comrade Min, Women’s Paid Labour, and the Centralising Party-State: Postwar Reconstruction in North Korea
This is the story of state centralisation in North Korea1 and a personal account by one of its participants, Comrade Sonbi Min. Published in 1954, Comrade Min’s short account offers us a means toExpand
Far Eastern Tour: The Canadian Infantry in Korea 1950–53 by Brent Bryon Watson (review)
university of toronto quarterly, volume 73, number 1, winter 2003/4 phone Quebec; Peter Ayers on Newfoundland; Paul Yachnin and Brent Whitted on >Canadian Bacon= (anti-Stratfordianism); MichaelExpand
Marginality and Subversion in Korea: The Hong Kyŏngnae Rebellion of 1812 (review)
as well, a mystery with no answers but those we bring to it. In a contemporary Japan—and world—saturated in contradictory modes of inquiry and governed by a capricious rule of law that sometimesExpand