1. Introduction: Korean Memories and Psycho-historical Fragmentation: Fast Forward, Retrospective.-2. From War to War: Ch''anggyong Garden and Post-Colonial Militarism in Early (South) Korea.-3. Women''s Redress Movement for Japanese Military Sexual Slavery: Decolonizing History, Reconstituting Subjects.-4. Legacies of the Korean War: Transforming Ancestral Rituals in South Korea.-5. Experience of the Korean War and the Means of Subsistence of War Widows.-6. Memories of the Korean War among Rural Communities: The Village Called the "Moscow of Icheon".-7. Forgetting Korean Agency in the Transnational Cold War.-8. Korea''s Vietnam War and the Fall of Saigon: Reconstructing the War Memories of Detained Diplomats.-9. ''Politics of Desire'': Ruling Discourse and Mass Mobilization of the Park Chung Hee Regime.-10. Subjectivity of Civil Militia in May 18 Gwangju Uprising.-11. Memories of Labor, Identities of the Time: Workers and Intellectuals in Korea''s Labor Movement of the 1980s.-12. Truth, History Revision, and South Korea''s Mnemonic Representation of the Past.