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One Divides into Two: Philosophical Archeology of Modern Chinese Political Thought


Lecture Series:Zhao Ma

2018-12-03 - 2018-12-04

Speaker:Zhao Ma
Zhao Ma is associate professor from Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures at Washington University in St. Louis. He received his Ph.D. in History from the Johns Hopkins University.

1. Topic : "Korean Thugs," Narcotic Enterprise, and the Making of Urban Underworld in Wartime Beijing

Time:2018/12/03  13:30 - 16:30 
Moderator: 潘博成 交大社文所博士候選人

The paper explores the historical and cultural origins of the anti-Korean sentiments that had infested many levels of Chinese society in the wake of the Korean War campaign. These sentiments, as official reports reveal, were deeply rooted in the traumatic years of the early twentieth century, when China fell victim both to Western industrial powers and to neighboring countries that previously were part of China’s tributary empire. In the case of Korea, it was once China’s tributary state but moved out of the political orbit of the Qing dynasty after China was defeated by Japan in 1895. After being annexed to the emerging Japanese colonial empire in 1910, Korea took part in the Japanese military and economic assault on China. As a reward for their activities in helping expand Japan’s colonial empire, Koreans living in Japanese-occupied China were given certain privileges, which allowed them to run crime syndicates in the occupied territories, especially in North and Northeast China. By the time the Korean War broke out, Koreans had lost their privileges in China and the peninsula faced internal division and external geopolitical pressures; however, the harrowing experience of living under the brutal Japanese rule and being victimized by “Korean thugs” still resonated with ordinary Chinese people and continued to produce negative feelings toward all Koreans. In the eyes of communist leaders, the anti-Korean sentiment not only hindered the ongoing war effort but also posed a grave threat that could potentially derail China’s long-term political agenda to launch a global revolution. Therefore, the revolutionary government decided to launch a propaganda campaign to promote China’s alliance with North Korea and to sell the war to the public.

2. Topic : 性別化的戰爭:抗美援朝創作運動與革命中國的國際主義想像

Time:2018/12/04  13:30 - 16:30 
Moderator: 邱德亮  交大社文所副教授


* Lecture in Chinese 

經費來源: 高等教育深耕計畫─特色領域研究中心計畫:「衝突、正義、解殖:亞際社會批判研究」 
主辦單位: 國立交通大學/台聯大系統文化研究國際中心、交通大學社會與文化研究所、亞際文化研究國際碩士學位學程(台灣聯合大學系統)


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