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A new history of Korea

A new history of Korea (92회 대출)

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Lee, Ki-Baik. Wagner, Edward W. Shultz, Edward J.
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A new history of Korea / Ki-Baik Lee ; translated by Edward W. Wagner, with Edward J. Shultz.
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Cambridge, Mass. :   Published for the Harvard-Yenching Institute by Harvard University Press ,   2005.  
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xxii, 474 p., [13] p. of plates : ill. (some col.) ; 25 cm.
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0674615751 (alk. paper) 067461576X (pbk)
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Translation of: Han'guksa sillon.  
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [395]-413) and index.
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Korea -- History.
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CONTENTS
PREFACE TO THE TRANSLATION = ⅴ
AUTHOR'S PREFACES = ⅸ
MAPS, CHARTS, AND TABLES = xxi
Chapter 1. The Communal Societies of Prehistoric Times
  1. The Paleolithic Age = 1
    The Paleolithic Period in Korea = 1
    Culture and Mode of Life of Pateolithic Man in Korea = 2
  2. Neolithic Man in Korea = 2
    The Appearance of Neolithic Man = 2
    Mode of Life of Neolithic Man in Korea = 3
  3. Society and Culture in the Neolithic Period = 5
    Communal Clan-Centered Society = 5
    Shamanistic Beliefs = 7
    Primitive Art Forms = 8
Chapter 2. Walled-Town States and Confederated Kingdoms
  1. The Use of Bronze and the Formation of Walled-Town States = 9
    The Use of Bronze Implements = 9
    The Life of Bronze Age Man = 10
    The Formation of Walled-Town States = 12
  2. The Formation and Development of Old Chos o ˘ n = 13
    The Use of Iron = 14
    Wiman Chos o ˘ n = 16
    The Han Chinese Comnwnderies = 19
  3. The Formation of Confederated Kingdoms = 21
    Puy o ˘ = 21
    The Rise of Kogury o ˘ = 22
    The State of Chin and the Three Han (Samhan) States = 24
  4. Society and Polity in the Confederated Kingdoms = 26
    Village Communities and Their Farming Populations = 26
    The Structural Pattern of the Walled-Town State = 27
    The Develop-ment of Kingly Authority = 29
  5. Culture in the Confederated Kingdoms Period = 31
    Law = 31
    Religion = 32
    Fine Arts = 34
Chapter 3. Aristocratic Societies Under Monarchical Rule
  1. The Development of the Three Kingdoms = 36
    The Growth of Kogury o ˘ and the Rise of Paekche = 36
    Kogury o ˘ in Full Flourish = 38
    The Rise of Silla and Kaya = 40
    The Flour is hing of Silla and the Resurgence of Paekche = 41
  2. The Foreign Relations of the Three Kingdoms = 45
    The Unfolding of Relations with Foreign States = 45
    Kogury o ˘ 's Struggle with Sol and T'ang = 47
  3. Political and Social Structure of the Three Kingdoms = 48
    Emergence of a Central Aristocracy = 48
    Political Strucitire = 51
    Military Organization = 54
    Village Headmen and the Farming Population = 55
  4. The Aristocratic Culture of the Three Kingdoms = 57
    Historiography and Confucianism = 57
    The Acceptance of Buddhism = 59
    Poetry, Song, and Music = 61
    Fine Arts = 62
Chapter 4. The Fashioning of an Authoritarian Monarchy
  1. The Silia Unification and the Founding of the Parhae Kingdom = 66
    Silia Unifies the Korean Peninsula = 66
    Silla's Expulsion of T'aig = 69
    The Founding of Parhae = 71
    The Change of Direction in Korea's Foreign Policy = 73
  2. The Government and Society of Unified Silla = 73
    An Authoritarian Throne and the Aristocracy = 73
    The Structuring of the Governmental Apparatus = 75
    Changes in the Economic Life of the Aristocracy = 77
    Reorganization of the Military System = 78
    The Life of the People = 79
  3. The Flourishing of Silla Culture = 81
    The Growth of Buddhism = 81
    The Rise of Confucianism = 83
    Schol-arship and Technology = 84
    The Hyangga = 85
    Fine Arts = 86
  4. The Society and Culture of Parhae = 88
    Government and Society = 88
    Cultural Aspects = 90
    Parhae's Place in History = 90
Chapter 5. The Age of Powerful Gentry Families
  1. Contradictions Within the Bone-Rank Status System = 92
    Schism Within the True-Bone Aristocracy = 92
    The Role Played by the Head-Rank Six Aristocracy = 94
  2. The Rise of Powerful Local Gentry = 94
    The Growth of Maritime Trade = 94
    The Emergence of Powerful Military Garrisons = 95
    The Rise of Castle Lords = 97
  3. The Later Three Kingdoms = 97
    Peasant Uprisings = 97
    Later Paekche and Taebong = 98
    The Founding of Kory o ˘ = 100
  4. Unification by Kory o ˘ = 101
    Unification of the Later Three Kingdoms = 101
    Strategy of Alliance with Local Gentry = 103
    Royal Authority and the Local Gentry = 104
  5. Culture of the Gentry Period = 105
    Growth of Confucianism = 105
    Popularity of S o ˘ n (Zen) Buddhism = 106
    Geomantic Theories = 107
    Art = 109
Chapter 6. The Hereditary Aristocratic Order of Kory o ˘ 
  1. Beginnings of Kory o ˘ 's Aristocratic Order = 110
    Toward Aristocratic Government = 110
    Establishment of the Aristocratic Order = 111
    Remodeling of the Social Structure = 112
  2. The Aristocratic Ruling Structure = 113
    Political Structure = 113
    Military Organization = 116
    Civil Service Examinations andprotected Appointments = 118
    Educational Institutions = 119
  3. Aristocratic Society and the Economic Structure = 120
    The Lan System = 120
    Economic Underpinning of the Aristo-cratic Class = 121
    Life of the People = 123
  4. Foreign Relations = 124
    Struggle with the Khitan = 124
    Campaigns against the Jurchen and Relations with Chin = 126
    Relations with Sung China = 128
  5. Aristocratic Culture = 129
    Confucianism and Private Academies = 129
    The Buddhist Tripitaka and the Ch' o ˘ nt'ae Sect = 130
    Buddliism and Aristocratic Society = 132
    Esteem for Writing in Chinese = 134
    Fine Arts = l34
  6. Disturbances in the Aristocratic Order = 136
    The Treason of Yi Cha-gy o ˘ m = 136
    Revolt of Myoch' o ˘ ng = 137
Chapter 7. Rule by the Military
  1. The Military Seize Power = 139
    The Military Officers Revolt = 139
    Power Struggle Within the Military = 140
    Choe Ck'yng-h o ˘ n Seizes Power = 141
  2. Peasant and Slave Uprisings = 142
    Outbreak of Popular Uprisings = 142
    Popular Uprisings Spread = 143
  3. The Military Rule of the Ch'oe = 145
    Creation of Private Armed Retinues = 145
    Control Mechanisms of the Choe Regime = 146
  4. The Struggle with the Mongols = 147
    The Military Regime's Resistance Againstthe Mongols = l47
    The Struggle of the People = 149
    Collapse of the Military Regime and Peace with the Mongols = 150
    Anti-M ongol Struggle of the Samby o ˘ lch'o = 151
  5. The Culture of the Age of the Military = 153
    Prose Tales and Narrative Poems = 153
    Establishment of the Chogye Buddhist Sect = 154
Chapter 8. Emergence of the Literati
  1. The Pro-Yilan Policy and the Powerful Families = 155
    Surrender to the Mongols = 155
    Development of the Relationship with Yuan = 156
    The Powerful Families and Their Estates = 158
  2. Growth of the Power of the Literati = 160
    Emergence of the Literati (Sadaebu) = 160
    The Reforms of King Kongmin = 161
  3. The Founding of the Chos o ˘ n (Yi) Dynasty = 162
    Yi S o ˘ ng-gye Seizes Power = 162
    Reform of Private Landholding = 163
    Establishment of the Dynasty of Chos o ˘ n = 164
  4. The Culture of the New Literati Class = 165
    The Dissemination of Neo-Confucianism = 165
    The Writing of Histories = 166
    Ky o ˘ nggi-Style Poems and "Long Poems" = 168
    Fine Arts = 168
    Science and Technology = 170
Chapter 9. The Creation of a Yangban Society
  1. The Development of Yangban Society in Chos o ˘ n = 172
    The Literati and the Kingship = 172
    Yangban Society = 173
  2. Administrative Structure of the Yangban Bureaucratic State = 175
      The Political Framework = 175
      Military Organization = l78
      Examinations and Education = 180
  3. Social and Economic Structure of the Yangban Bureaucratic State = 182
    Patterns of Yangban Landholding = 182
    The Life of the Peasants = 184
    Handcrafts and Artisanry = 186
    Commerce and Currency = 187
    The Situation of the Lowborn = 188
  4. Foreign Policy of Early Chos o ˘ n = 189
    Relations with Mihg China = 189
    Settlement of the Northern Regions and the Problem of the furchen = 189
    Policy Toward the Japanese = 191
  5. Yangban Bureaucratic Culture = 192
    The Creation of Han'g u ˘ l = 192
    A Pragmatic Scholarship = 193
    Science and Technology = 195
    Fine Arts = 197
    Literature and Music = 198
    The Decline of Buddhism = 199
Chapter 10. The Rise of the Neo-Confucian Literati
  1. Changes in Society under Rule by the Meritorious Elite = 201
      Rule by the Meritorious, Elite = 201
      Expanded Agricultural Estates and Increased Tribute Taxes = 202
  2. Emergence of the Neo-Confucian Literati = 204
      Rise of the Neo-Confucian Literati = 204
      Private Academies and the Village Code = 206
      The Outbreak of Factional Strife = 208
  3. The Struggle Against the Japanese and Manchus = 209
    The Japanese Invasion of 1592 = 209
    Repulse of the Japanese and the Impact of the War = 213
    The Manchu Invasions = 215
  4. The Culture of the Neo-Confucian Literati = 217
    The Flourishing of Neo-Confucianism = 217
    Genealogy and the School of Rites = 218
    Kasa and Sijo Poetry = 219
Chapter 11. The Emergence of Landed Farmers and Wholesale Merchants
  1. Government by Powerful Lineages = 221
    Dominance of the Great Families = 221
    A Lid on Factionalism = 223
  2. Changes in the System of Tax Collection = 224
    Enactment of the Taedongp o ˘ p = 224
    Changes in Corvee and Tax Laws = 225
  3. Economic Growth = 226
    Enlarged Scale Farming and the Polarization of the Rural Population = 226
    Development of Wholesale Co mmerce = 228
    A New Phase in Handcraft Industry = 231
  4. Sirhak and Other New Intellectual Concerns = 232
    The Birth of Practical Learning = 232
    Proposals for an Agriculture-Based Utopia = 233
    Proposals for Enriching the Nation and Securing the Livelihood of the People through Development of Commerce andindustry = 235
    NewInterest in the Study of Korea = 236
    The Spread of Catholicism = 239
    Science and Technology = 240
    Critiques of Neo-Confuci'an Philosophy = 242
  5. New Modes of Expression in the Arts = 243
    The New Literature Written in Chinese = 243
    Traditional Novels and Sas o ˘ l Sijo Poenu = 244
    New Approaches in Art = 245
Chaper 12. Instability in the Yangban Status System and the Outbreak of Popular Uprisings
  1. Government by In Law Families = 247
    Dominance of Royal In-Law Families = 247
    Disarray in the "Three Administrations" = 248
  2. Tremors in the Yanghan Status System = 250
    Fallen Yangban and the Chungin Class = 250
    Changes in the Peasantry and the Liberation of Slaves = 251
  3. Peasant Resistance = 252
    The Wide spread Phenomenon of the Kye = 252
    Landless Wanderers and Brigandage = 253
    Outbreak of Popular Uprisings = 254
  4. Development of a Popular Culture = 255
    Scholarship and Thought = 255
    The Spread of Catholicism = 257
    Appearance of the Tonghak ("Eastern Learning") Doctrine = 258
    The Flourishing bf a Popular Literature = 259
    Changes in the World of the Arts = 260
  5. The Reforms and Isolation Policy of the Taew o ˘ n'gun = 261
    Reforms of the Taew o ˘ ngun = 261
    Isolation Policy = 262
    Clashes with the Western Nations = 264
Chapter 13. Growth of the Forces of Enlightenment
  1. Enlightenment Policy and Reaction Against It = 267
    Proponents of Foreign Trade and "Enlightenment" = 267
    The Opening of Ports = 268
    Pursuit of an Enlightenment Policy = 270
    The Movement to "Reject Heterodoxy" and the Military Mutiny of 1882 = 271
    Chinese and Japanese Aggression and Commercial Treaties with the Powers = 273
  2. The Reform Movement of the Progressive Party = 275
    Birth of the Progressive Party = 275
    The Coup detat of 1884 (Kapsin Ch o ˘ ngby o ˘ n) = 276
    Great Power Inroads = 279
  3. The Revolutionary Uprising of the Tonghak Peasant Army = 281
    Unrest Among the Peasantry = 281
    Uprising of the Tonghok Peasant Army = 283
    Creation of LocalDirectorates and the Struggle against Japan = 285
    Chinaand Japan Compete for Ascendancy = 288
  4. The Reform of 1894 = 290
    The Reform Enactments = 290
    Aftermath of the Reforms = 293
  5. Commerce, Industry, and Currents of Thought in the Enlightenment Period = 295
    Changes in Commerce and Industry Suhsequent to Opening the Ports = 295
    The Development of Enlight enment Thought = 297
    The "Reject Heterodoxy" Persuasion = 298
Chapter 14. Nationalist Stirrings and Imperialist Aggression
  1. Activities of the Independence Club = 300
    Inauguration of the "Great Han Empire" = 300
    Founding of the Independence Club = 302
    Activities of the Independence Club = 303
  2. Japanese Aggression and the Struggle of the "Righteous Armies = 306
    Russo-Japanese Rivalry for Domination over Korea = 306
    International Recognition of Japanese Aggression = 307
    The 19O5 Protectorate Treaty = 309
    The Secret Mission to The Hagueanda New Korea-Japan Agreement = 311
    Korea Becomes a Japanese Colony = 313
    Intensification of the Resistance of the Righteous Armies = 315
  3. Japanese Economic Aggression and Korean Capital = 317
    The Japanese Land Grab = 317
    Japan's Monopolization of Korea's Natural Resources = 319
    Japanese Control of Public Service Enterprises = 321
    Japanese Control of Finance = 322
    The Difficulties Faced by Native Korean Enterprises = 324
  4. The Patriotic Enlightenment Movement = 327
    Activities of Political and Social Organizations = 327
    Development of a Korean Press = 329
    The Growing Passion for Educalion = 331
    Religious Movements = 334
    EnlightenmentScholarship = 336
    The New Novel and Song = 337
  5. The March First Movement = 338
    Exile and Clandestine Organizations = 338
    The Outbreak of the March First Movement = 340
    Unfolding of the March First movement = 341
    Formation of the Korean Provisional Government = 344
Chapter 15. Development of the Nationalist Movement
  1. Changes in Japan's Colonial Policy = 346
    The Proclaimed "Enlightened Administration" = 346
    The Ptundering of Korea's Rice Production = 347
    Korea as a Market for Japanese Goods = 349
    Japan Invests in Heavy Industry = 350
    Despoliation of Korea's Mineral Resources = 352
    Japan's Assimilation Policy = 352
  2. Native Capital and the Condition of Korean I Farmers and Workers = 354
    Korean Entrepreneurial Capital = 354
    The lmpoverishmentofthe Korean Farmer = 356
    The Life of Korean Workers = 358
  3. The Korean National Movement Enters a New Phase = 359
    The "Movement to Buy Korean" and Labor Disputes among Korean Tenant Farmers and Workers = 359
    Activities of the Singanhoe = 361
    The June 10, 1926, Independence Demonstration and the Kwangju Student Movement = 363
    The Overseas Independence Movement = 364
  4. The Preservation of Korean Culture = 367
    Resistance Through Nationalist Educational Activities = 367
    Scholarly Work on Korea = 369
    The Development of a Modern Literalure = 370
Chapter 16. The Beginnings of Democracy
  1. The Liberation of Korea, August 15, 1945 = 373
    Liberation = 373
    The Division at the Thirty-Eighth Parallel and Military Government = 374
  2. The Establishment of the Republic of Korea = 376
    The Anti-Trustee ship Movement and the U.S.-Soviet Joint Commission = 376
    The Establishment of the Republic of Korea = 378
  3. The Korean War = 379
    Solidification of Communist Control in North Korea = 379
    The Korean War = 380
  4. The April 1960 Revolution = 381
    The Growth of Authoritarian Government = 381
    The Emergence of New Business Tycoons = 383
    The April Revolution = 384
Dynastk Lineages = 387
Select Bibliography = 397
Index-Glossary = 416

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