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A Korean history for international readers : what do Koreans talk about their own history and culture? (38회 대출)

자료유형
단행본
개인저자
김문희.
단체저자명
전국역사교사모임.
서명 / 저자사항
A Korean history for international readers : what do Koreans talk about their own history and culture? / written by The Association of Korean History Teachers ; [translator, Michelle Seo].
발행사항
Seoul, Korea(South) :   Humanist,   c2010.  
형태사항
327 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 26 cm.
ISBN
9788958623632 (pbk.) 9788958623649 (set)
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Includes index.  
Michelle Seo's Korean name is "김문희"  
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책소개

국제사회에 한국의 역사를 편견 없이 소개하기 위해 전국역사교사모임이 집필한 <외국인을 위한 한국사>. 한국인에게는 '외국인에게 한국의 역사를 어떻게 들려주면 좋을까?'라는 물음과 답을 전하고, 외국인에게는 한국인이 직접 들려주는 한국의 역사와 문화를 제공한다. 한국어판과 영어판이 동시 출간되었다.

'한국인은 세계인에게 한국의 역사를 어떻게 이야기할 것인가?'라는 부제에서도 알 수 있듯이, 외국인을 위한 책인 동시에 한국인을 위한 역사책이다. 오랜 역사에도 불구하고 외국인에게 잘 알려지지 않은 전근대시기 역사와 바깥에서는 잘 보이지 않는 한국인의 생활과 문화를 폭넓게 다루고 있다. 특히 한국 민족의 형성과정을 추적하고, 그들의 삶과 문화를 이해하는 데 주안점을 두고 있다.

지금의 한국과 한국인이 함께 일구어온 역사 경험, 그 경험이 삶과 문화에 미친 영향, 그로 인해 한국인들이 소중하게 생각하거나 옳지 않게 여기는 가치관은 무엇인지를 알게 함으로써 한국인에 대해 선명한 이미지를 가질 수 있도록 한 것이 이 책의 특징이다.

The Story of Korea's History and Culture, told by the History Teachers to the People Around the World
Told in this book, is the story of the Korean people. How they formed a unified country and established their own culture and identity, and how they held together through all kinds of crises like the Korean war and the eventual division of the peninsula, they are all here. The message of hope the Korean people have always carried lets us tell the Koreans' proud history more effectively to others, and lets the people around the world understand the past of Korea, more vividly and passionately.

Korean History and Culture World Citizens should Read
This book is a historical text that covers Korean history from its foundation to the modern era. It especially deals with pre-modern societies of Korea in detail. Despite its long history, life in its society and its culture are rarely spoken of outsides the peninsula. Rather than arranging the historical events chronologically, this book focuses more on the details of the historical events by questioning how the diverse experiences that Koreans had affected their life and culture and what influences that culture had on constructing Korean history. This is the reason why we publish this book, although there are already numerous books that introduced Korean history. Readers could realize what Koreans have endured and how it lead to their position in the world today. It also mentions their moral values and what they believe is right or wrong.


* Auther

The Association of Korean History Teachers
This association was launched in 1988 by history teachers for the purpose of providing students with a “lively history education” based on accurate historical perspectives and visualization of the past. Currently there are about 2,000 members who are actively working for this organization throughout the country, and we have been developing teaching materials in specialization of regional, Korean, East-Asian, and World history in accordance to individual subject curricula. Furthermore, we show concern in other educational methods such as the Internet, photos, videos, and field trips as well as theorizations. Based upon our accomplishments, we endeavor to make history a part of public knowledge while publishing History Education, a quarterly magazine specializing in history education in Korea. We have published the following list of books ever since: Our History in view of art (1992); Our History in view of Historical Materials Ⅰ·Ⅱ (1994); Korea through the Ages I·Ⅱ (2002); How Should We Teach History to Our Children? (2002); Lively World History Textbook I·Ⅱ (2005); Mutually Facing Korean and Japanese History I·Ⅱ (2006); History, What Should We Teach and How? (2008); Living as a History Teacher (2008); Delighted Korean History for Elementary Schools, 1~10 (2010).

Compilation Committee
Oh Se-woon Yongsan High School
Lee Sung-ho Baemyoung Middle School
Wang Hong-sik Posung Middle School
Yoo Pil-jo Nangok Middle School
Lee Kang-moo Inchang Middle School
Lee Heung-won Puhung High School
Kim Tae-woo Minrak Middle School

Writing Staff
Kim Yug-hun Shinhyeon High School
Shin Yong-kyun Geochang High School

Review Committee
Kim Nam-cheol Naju High School
Kim Min-su Jurye Girls High School
Kim Jong-houn Singwan Middle School
Yoo Hyung-jin Changwon Myeonggok High School
Ahn Byung-ghab Gyeongnam Science High School
Eom Gi-hwan Taereung High School
Yoon Jong-bae Ongok Middle School
Rhee Inn-seuk Munjeong High School
Lee Jae-doo Yeungnam Middle School
Jang Yong-joon Hampyeong High School
Jeong Yong-taek Hungjin High School
Cho Han-kyung Bucheonbuk High School

Translator
Michelle Seo (김문희) GRE-writing author and instructor
(You may view CV at www.ibtedu.com)

Advisor
Lee Kang-hahn Professor, Major of Korean History, Academy of Korean Studies, Seongnam, Korea


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저자소개

전국역사교사모임(지은이)

뜻있는 역사교사들이 학생들이 즐겁게 공부하며 건강한 민주 시민으로 자랄 수 있는 ‘살아 있는 역사교육’을 하고자 1988년에 만든 모임이다. 현재 2,000여 명의 회원이 전국 각 지역에서 활발히 활동하면서 지역사와 한국사, 동아시아사, 세계사 등 교과별로 학습 자료를 개발하는 한편, 인터넷·사진·동영상·현장체험학습 등을 활용한 다양한 교육방법 연구와 이론화를 위해 노력하고 있다. 역사교육 전문지인 계간 《역사교육》을 비롯해 다수의 단행본을 펴내며 역사교육의 대중화를 위해서도 힘쓰고 있다. 그동안 《살아있는 한국사 교과서 1, 2》, 《살아있는 세계사 교과서 1, 2》, 《외국인을 위한 한국사》(한국어판·영어판), 《마주 보는 한일사 1, 2》, 〈처음 읽는 세계사〉 시리즈(터키사·미국사·인도사·일본사·중국사), 《전국역사교사모임 선생님이 쓴 제대로 한국사(전10권)》, 《나의 첫 세계사 여행(전4권)》, 《초등학생을 위한 맨처음 한국사(전5권)》, 《초등학생을 위한 맨처음 세계사(전7권)》, 《우리 아이들에게 역사를 어떻게 가르칠 것인가》, 《역사, 무엇을 어떻게 가르칠까》, 《역사 선생님이 들려주는 친절한 동아시아사》, 《역사교실, 역사에서 배우고 삶으로 가르치는》 등을 펴냈다.

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목차

■ To Korean Readers
How can we talk about Korean history to non-Korean readers?
■ To non-Korean Readers: Who Read This Book
Hoping to get closer to each other through Korean history
■ Prologue - Korean and Koreans, Who are they?

I. The Beginning of the Korean History - B.C. 500000~B.C. 1C
* Korea in the World, The World in Korea: Prehistoric Culture of the Korean Peninsula, and the Historic Periods
1. Since When Did the Existence of Man Begin on the Korean Peninsula?
2. Koreans Found Gojoseon: the First Kingdom of the Korean Peninsula
3. Developments of Several Ancient Kingdoms, in the South and North of the Korean Peninsula
■ Historical Sites: The Largest Dolmen Kingdom in the World
■ Life and Culture: Ritual Ceremony to God

II. The Beginning of the Three Kingdoms Period - B.C. 1C~A.D. 700
* Korea in the World, The World in Korea: Formation of the East Asian Culture Block
1. The Foundation fo the Three Kingdoms: Goguryeo, Baekje, and Shilla
2. Competitions Become Intense Among the Three Kingdoms
■ Historical Sites: Ancient Tombs and Murals; Meeting the Goguryeo People 1,600 Years Ago
3. Goguryeo’s Defeat of Successive Invasions of Sui and Tang
4. A Variety of Flourishing Cultures due to the Expansion of Trades
■ Life and Culture: Bab and Gimchi, Stories of the Korean Dining Table

III. Unified Shilla and Balhae in the South and North - 648~926
* Korea in the World, The World in Korea: People Embarking upon a Journey to the World, and Seokguram
1. Shilla Unites Baekje and Goguryeo
2. The Unified Shilla and Balhae’s Occupying the South and North of the Peninsula
3. The Remarkable Development of a Buddhist Culture
■ Historical Sites: Bulguksa, a Temple in the Land of Buddha
4. The Decline of the South and North Kingdoms Era
■ Life and Culture: Tile-roofed Houses, Straw-roofed Houses, and Ondol and Wooden Floors

IV. Emergence of a United Power Named Goryeo - 900~1135
* Korea in the World, The World in Korea: The Byeokrannaru Ferry Dock and Gaegyeong, the Imperial Capital of Goryeo
1. Goryeo Unites the Later Three Kingdoms
2. Goryeo Adopts the Civil Service Examination, and Develops a Bureaucratic Ruling System
■ Historical Sites: Blue Celadon and Porcelain Expositions
3. Northeast Asia in Turmoil: Goryeo Employs Practical Diplomacy
■ Life and Culture: Goryeo Believed in Buddha and Respected Confucius

V. A New Historical Perspective Formed Through Struggles Against Foreign Powers - 1135~1380
* Korea in the World, The World in Korea: Cultural Exchanges Between Goryeo and the Mongol Empire
1.“Liberate the Slaves of Samhan!”
2. Development of a New Historical Perspective
■ Historical Sites: Jikji, and the Museum of Archaic Printing
3. Rise of the Reformers, Dreaming of a New World
■ Life and Culture: The Meaning of Buddhism to Koreans

VI. Rise of a New Dynasty, Joseon: The Beginning of New Traditions - 1380~1474
* Korea in the World, The World in Korea: Korean’s First Calendar, Chiljeongsan
1. Joseon Designates Hanyang as the Capital for a New Dynasty
■ Historical Sites: The Annals of the Joseon Dynasty
2. Joseon’s Expansion of Its Northern Border to the Amnokgang and the Dumangang
3. The Korean Alphabet Hangeul is Invented
■ Life and Culture: Beautiful and Scientific Letters of Hangeul

VII. The Spread of Confucian Culture - 1474~1650
* Korea in the World, The World in Korea: Northeast Asia Engulfed in Wars
1. The Sarim Scholars, Dreaming of an Idealistic Governance Based on Neo-Confucianism
■ Historical Sites: Seowon, Where Joseon Scholars’ Life Can be Found
2. Turmoil from the Two Wars
3. Establishment of a Patriarchic Family System
■ Life and Culture: Ancestral Rituals: Commemorating the Deceased Parents

VIII. Various Attempts for Changes - 1650~1862
* Korea in the World, The World in Korea: Those Who Visited Yeongyeong (Beijing) and Edo (Tokyo)
1. From “Bukbeol” to “Bukhak”; Expanding One’s Perspective in Viewing the World
2. “Let’s Rebuild Joseon!”
■ Historical Sites: The Hwaseong City and the Manseokgeo Reservoir, King Jeongjo’s New City Construction Project
3. The People’s Uprising
■ Life and Culture: Joseon’s Folk Paintings, Strikingly Reflecting the Daily Life

IX. Joseon at a Turning Point - 1863~1896
* Korea in the World, The World in Korea: Ports of All Three East Asian Countries Opened
1. The Old System at Risk; Joseon Seeks Reforms
■ Historical sites: Ganghwado, the Beginning of the Modern History of Korea
2. Joseon Joins Modernized Countries
3. Radical Reforms Attempted
4. Clashes Between “Revolution from the Bottom” and “Reforms from the Above”
■ Life and Culture: The Joseon’s Image Reflected on the Westerners’ Views, and the Western World in the Eyes of the Joseon People


X. An Unfulfilled Dream of Constructing a People’s Nation; Subsequent Colonization and Oppression by the Japanese - 1897~1921
* Korea in the World, The World in Korea: Imperialists’ Invasion and the Colonized Joseon
1. Last Reform of the Great Empire of Han (Daehan Empire)
■ Historical Sites: Modern History at the Gyeongungung Palace and the Jeongdong Street
2. Joseon’s Confrontation Against the Japanese Invasion
3. Joseon, a Colony of Japan: Distorted Modern History of Korea
4. Establishment of a Provisional Government of the Republic of Korea
■ Life and Culture: Taegeukgi and the National Anthem: Wishes for Independence


XI. Koreans’ Preparation for Liberation - 1922~1945
* Korea in the World, The World in Korea: World War II and the Korean Independence Movement
1. Development Without Development: People Are Tired
2. Emergence of Social Movements
3. Emergence of Various Nationalist Movements
4. Founding a Nation While Fighting Against Fascism
■ Historical Sites: Historic Hall of the Seodaemun Prison, and the Independence Memorial Hall of Korea
■ Life and Culture: Migration of Koreans During the Occupation: Koreans Overseas

XII. The Establishment of a Democratic Republic and the Country’s Division - 1945~1960
* Korea in the World, The World in Korea: Conflicts During the Cold War Period
1. Upon Liberation, the Process for Building a Nation Accelerates
2. Establishment of the Republic of Korea
3. Outbreak of the Korean War
■ Historical sites: DMZ; from the Days of the 38th Parallel to the Restoration of the Gyeongeuiseon Railroad
4. Divided into Two Nations
■ Life and Culture: The Differences and Similarities Between Two Koreas


XIII. Changing Korean Peninsula, Dynamic Korea - 1960~2010
* Korea in the World, The World in Korea: People’s Power in the 1980s and the June Democracy Movement
1. Industrialization Picks Up Pace in South Korea
■ Historical sites: Metropolitan City: the New Image of Today’s Seoul
2. Accomplishment of Both Industrialization and Democracy
3. North Korea: the Socialist Country Hits a Wall
4. The Korean Peninsula Changing, South and North Getting Closer
■ Life and Culture: One Million Foreigners, Various Nationalities Inside Korea

■ Sources and Copyrights
■ Index


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