同志社コリア研究センター


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テュービンゲン大学(ドイツ)-同志社大学(日本)-高麗大学校(韓国)の日本学/コリア学の研究者を中心とした国際研究交流ワークショップ(頭文字を取ってTuDoKu)を同志社大学で開催します。2015年にテュービンゲン、2016年にはソウルで開催して、今回が第3回目となり、”Transational Cultures: Colonialism and the Cold War in Japan and Korea”をテーマとします。会議言語は英語(通訳無し)です。会場および配布資料準備の都合上、参加をご希望される方は事前に下記までお問い合わせください。

宛先:コリア研究センター rc-korea@mail.doshisha.ac.jp

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The 3rd TUDOKU Conference at Doshisha University (September 29-30, 2017)

Transnational Cultures: Colonialism and the Cold War in Japan and Korea

Conference Room: Kambaikan 6F (Muromachi Campus), Doshisha University

Friday (September 29)

9:45-10:00            Registration

10:00-10:10          Opening Remarks

10:10-12:00          Session 1: Historical Origins of Colonialism

  • Klaus ANTONI (Tübingen) “Okinawa – Japan’s first colony? Tametomo and the historical Japanization of the Ryûkyû kingdom”.
  • David WEISS (Tübingen) “A Prehistory of Colonialism: Views of Korea in Tokugawa Japan”.

13:00-14:50          Session 2: Citizenship and Nationality

  • AN Jong Chol (Tübingen) “From Gender-Biased to Gender Equality Citizenship? The Politics of the Nationality Law, 1948-1997”.
  • Tobias SCHOLL (Tübingen) “Korean-Japanese Relations and South Korean Transborder Citizenship”.

15:10-17:00          Session 3: Divided / Shared Memories of the Cold War

  • ITAGAKI Ryuta (Doshisha) “Divided Family and Shared Memories: Ego-narratives of a North Korean Linguist Kim Sugyŏng and His Family”.
  • You Jae LEE (Tübingen) “Migration to a Divided Nation: Korean Former Miners and their Memory”.

Saturday (September 30)

10:10-12:00          Session 4: Colonial Migration

  • JUNG Byung Wook (Korea) “Chinese Workers and Anti-Chinese Riots in Colonial Korea”.
  • YOON Hyo Jung (Korea) “A Study on a United Front in the Colony Korea on a Transnational Perspective: Singanhoe Agitating for Acquirement of Chinese Nationality of Immigrant Koreans in Manchuria”.

13:00-14:50          Session 5: Rethinking North Korea

  • Isabella JUKAS (Tübingen) “North Korea’s Third World Offensive”.
  • KIM Yeokyung (Doshisha) “Social Movement and Cultural Reproduction :Focusing on Meanings of Korean Schools in Zainichi Korean Women’s Life Histories”.

15:10-17:00          Session 6: Politics of Comparison

  • KOTERA Ai (Doshisha) “Myth making? The Holocaust memory of the third generation in Israel”.
  • MIZUTANI Satoshi (Doshisha) “British attitudes to Korea’s claim for independence, ca. 1905-20―the trans-imperial significance of Britain’s colonial experience in India and Egypt”.

TuDoKu2017 Program

TuDoKu2017 Poster


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