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이정은 (LEE JeongEun) / 한일문화 전공

HK연구교수-이정은서울대학교에서 『해방후 인권담론의 형성과 제도화에 관한 연구: 1945년~1970년대초』로 박사학위를 받았다. 국가인권위원회 연구담당관실에서 일하였고, 서울대학교 여성연구소 선임연구원, 일본 히토츠바시대학(一橋大學) 법학연구과 방문학자, 교토대학(京都大學) 문학연구과의 GCOE(Global Center of Excellence) 프로그램의 외국인 공동연구원 등을 역임하였다. 주요 연구분야는 정치사회학, 문화사회학, 역사사회학이며 인권정치와 젠더, 마이너리티 문제에 관심을 갖고 있다.
lljjee@naver.com

LEE JeongEun

HK연구교수-이정은LEE Jeong Eun graduated from the Department of sociology at Seoul National University and received Ph. D. by the dissertation about the change of human rights discourses in South Korea(The formation and Institutionalization of Human Rights Discourses after the Liberation, 1945~1970’s). She was a researcher at the Institute for Gender Research in Seoul National University and visiting fellow at the Hitotsubashi University(一橋大學) and a foreigner co-researcher at the Kyoto University(京都大學) in Japan. Her interests include the formation of the human rights concept, women’s labor, and minorities in East-Asia. Recently her attention is concentrated at the formation of nation-state and the exclusion of minorities in East-Asia. As the outcomes of her works there are “The rights of lives humanly” (2000/12), “Groping for the human rights index of Korean-type” (2004/5), the papers like “International Human Rights Regime and Domestic Politics in South Korea”, “Construction of Modern National Polity and Human Rights in the Meiji Period of Japan”, ” Human rights as Institutionalization and Internalization of Human rights”, “Translated-word ‘human rights’ and Modernization in Japan” and others.
lljjee@naver.com


[Cooperate Researcher]

KWON HeokTae / Dept. of Japanese Studies, SungKongHoe Univ.

공동연구원-권혁태고려대 사학과를 거쳐 일본 히토쯔바시 대학에서 경제학 박사 학위(일본경제사)를 받았다. 일본 국립 야마구치 대학 교수를 거쳐 2000년부터 성공회대학 일본학과 교수로 재직 중이다. 저서로는 <반일과 동아시아>(공저), <아시아의 시민사회>(공저) 등이 있다.
kwonht@skhu.ac.kr

 


JANG YoungSeog / Dept. of Chinese Studies, SungKongHoe Univ.

JANG Young Seog was born in 1961. Since 2001 to 2003 he was a research fellow at the Institute of East and West Studies at Yonsei University. Currently he is an associate professor at the Department of Chinese Studies at Sungkonghoe University, Dean of Student and Exchange Affairs at Sungkonghoe University, Vice-President of the Korea Association of Contemporary Chinese Studies. He received PhD at Peking University. His edited books and monographs include “The Change of Labor System and Transformation of the Function of Trade Union in Contemporary China” (2004), “The Structure of Division and Labor Relations of East Asia” (1,2,3, co-working) (2005-2007), “China’s Labor Problems in the Era of Globalization” (2007), “The Politics of Chinese Labor’s Memory” (co-working) (2007), “Power Transition and Policy in China” (co-working) (2008).

jys80@skhu.ac.kr


Vladimir TIKHONOV / Department of Culture Studies and Oriental Languages, University of Oslo

공동연구원-박노자Vladimir Tikhonov, an associate professor of Korean Studies at the University of Oslo in Norway, was born in 1973. After getting a great impact from the watching Korean movie “Chun Hyang” he started to form special connection with Korea. After graduating from the Department of Korean History of the Faculty of Oriental Studies at St. Petersburg State University, he received Ph.D. from the Moscow State University with the doctoral dissertation about the Kaya, a combination of proto-states, in ancient Korea. As he claims himself to be Korean, as much he possesses deep understanding of Korea, and was naturalized as a Korean citizen. His major interests are Ideology studies of East Asia, including Korea. Main books are “Your Korea”, “There are Right and Left but not High and Low”.
vladimir.tikhonov@ikos.uio.no


CHA SeungKi / Choseon University

공동연구원-차승기CHA Seung Ki, HK Professor research professor of the Institute for East Asian studies at Sungkonghoe University, was born in 1967. He graduated from the Department of Korean Language and Literature of Dankook University. Earned Ph. D. in Korean language and literature studies at Yonsei University. He was a foreign researcher in Tokyo University of Foreign Studies (2005-2007).
He is broadly studying the Modern History of Korean Literature and Literal Thought (문학 사상), especially focusing on war-time order and war situation afterwards of Chinese-Japanese War and the change in literary and discourse field brought about by the colonial/ imperial order structural change in relation with Japanese realm of ideas. Among main books there are “Critical of anti-modern imagination”, among the papers there are “Abstractness and over protectiveness: imperial/ colonial thought series of Chinese-Japanese war period and discourse politics”, “Descriptive rational criticism of war time order/ structure”, “A century of facts/ reality, contingency, ethics of cooperation” and others, among translations: “Dissolution of the World History” (joint translation) and others.

neuzeit@hanmail.net 


김필호 / 이화여대

이화여대


임경화 / 연세대 국학연구원

연세대 국학연구원


김민환 / 한신대

한신대


김지윤 / 성공회대

성공회대