Cultural Nationalism in Colonial Korea, 1920-1925

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byMichael Edson RobinsonPreface byMichael Edson Robinson

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By studying the early splits within Korean nationalism, Michael Robinson shows that the issues faced by Korean nationalists during the Japanese colonial period were complex and enduring. In doing so, Robinson, in this classic text, provides a new context with which to analyze the difficult issues of political identity and national unity that remain central to contemporary Korean politics.

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By studying the early splits within Korean nationalism, Michael Robinson shows that the issues faced by Korean nationalists during the Japanese colonial period were complex and enduring. In doing so, Robinson, in this classic text, provides a new context with which to analyze the difficult issues of political identity and national unit...

Michael Edson Robinson is professor of East Asian languages and cultures at Indiana University.

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Cultural Nationalism in Colonial Korea, 1920-1925
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Format:PaperbackDimensions:232 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.68 inPublished:May 6, 2014Publisher:University Of Washington PressLanguage:English

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AcknowledgmentsPrefaceIntroduction1. Modern Korean Nationalism2. The Rise of Cultural Nationalism3. Within Limits: Moderate Nationalism Movements4. The Radical Critique of Cultural Nationalism5. Intellectual Crisis in Colonial Korea6. ConclusionNotesGuide to RomanizationBibliographyIndex

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The book is valuable enough because it provides a background to contemporary or recent events. More than this, though, it is invaluable since it provides an unbiased dissection of a five—year—long intellectual movement. It should be essential reading for anyone concerned with Korean history.

- Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies