- 이화인문과학원 지음
- 2092-6081 01 판매중
- 책 소 개
Trans-Humanities는 한국학술진흥재단이 지원하는 인문한국(HK) 사업의 일환으로 '탈경계인문학의 구축과 확산'을 위해 이화여자대학교 이화인문과학원에서 기획·발행하는 영문 학술 저널이다. 인문학의 전통적 주제인 세계, 인간, 언어의 문제를 지구지역성(Glocality), 젠더(Gender), 다매체(Multimedia)라는 시의적 주제로 재설정함으로써 현대 사회의 변동에 적극적으로 대처하고 인문학의 새로운 지평을 열고자 기획되었으며, 매년 2회 발간된다.
Trans-Humanities is a journal published by the Ewha Institute for the Humanities, which is supported by the Humanities Korea (HK) grant of the Korea Research Foundation. A critical examination of the traditional methods of humanities has revealed limitations in addressing contemporary socio-cultural changes. The institute thus proposes Trans-Humanities as a research methodology for a new kind of humanities. It sets as its major research concerns Glocality, Gender, and Multimedia in an attempt to address contemporary cultural changes and to make more specific its vision for the future. It hopes that Trans-Humanities will be able to open a new horizon for the field of humanities, enabling this specific area of study to faithfully meet the challenges of the contemporary period.
Trans-Humanities is a space for scholars, who strive to create a new horizon in humanities studies through the production of knowledge in the field of trans-boundary humanities. The space is for those who aspire to overcome the limitations of preceding humanities studies and to expand its academic boundaries, crossing over individual disciplines in humanities and examining human experiences in a trans-boundary cultural context; and who attempt to model methodologies to connect humanities with other disciplines and everyday life, appreciating the humanistic value of the interdependence of people, societies, and the world through communication, coexistence, and collaboration.
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- 저자 소개
지은이 : 이화인문과학원
- 차 례
Preface _ Jung-Hwa OhThe Power of Social Imaginaries: Fact, Fiction, and the Politics of Knowledge _ Lorraine Code Loving Objects _ Jennifer TerryRace and the National Body _ Shirley SamuelsParadox of the Other: Focusing on North Korean Defector Novels _ Mi-Hyun Kim ‘Zainichi’ Who?: The Other Who Cannot Move across Borders _ Kyungsik Suh Sociological Observations on ‘Strangerhood’: Attributions in European History _ Yaşar Aydın National Identity and Feminism _ Hyun Back ChungSilence in History and Memory: Narrating the Comfort Woman _ Su-kyoung Hwang