林志弦 Jie-Hyun Lim

Education:

 

Ph. D. 西江大學歐洲思想史博士 (European Intellectual History) – Sogang University (Seoul 首爾),  1988.

M.A.   西江大學現代歐洲歷史碩士 (Modern European History) – Sogang University,  1983.

B. A.   西江大學歷史系學士 (History) – Sogang University,  1981.

Academic Appointments:

 

漢陽大學歷史系教授
Professor –Dept. of History – Hanyang University (Seoul, Korea).

漢陽大學當代歷史文化研究所所長
Director – Research Institute of Comparative History and Culture, Hanyang University.

英國格拉摩根大學人文學院客座教授
External Professor—School of Humainites—University of Glamorgan(Cardiff 卡地夫), 09. 2002-08.2003

哈佛燕京學社訪問教授
Visiting Scholar—Harvard Yenching Institute, 09. 2002--08-2003

華沙大學歷史學院訪問教授
Visiting Scholar – School of History – Warsaw University (Poland), 1995. Feb.-1995. Sep.

波蘭克拉科夫教育大學歷史與政治學學院訪問教授
Visiting Professor – School of History & Political Science – Pedagogical University in Cracow (Poland), 1995. Oct.-1997. Feb.

英國樸茨茅夫大學「歐洲的國族主義與國家認同英國研究組」客座研究員
Guest Research Fellow of “British Research Group on Nationalism and National Identity in Europe” at Portsmouth University, Great Britain. 1995. Feb. – 1997. Feb.

 

International Organizations:

Member of International Committee of ITH (International Labor History Conference) based in Vienna, Austria. Since 1996.

Chairperson of the Korean Committee of the CLARA (Changing Labor Relations in Asia) Project affiliated to IISG (International Institute of Social History) based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. 1998-2000.

Chairperson of the Korean Committee of East Asian History Forum for Criticism and Solidarity based in Tokyo and Seoul. Since 2000

Chairperson of the International Research Network on Mass Dictatorship. Since 2002.

 

Editorial Appointments:

 

Editorial Board – Contemporary Criticism (당대비평), 1999 June-2003 May

              History and Culture (역사와 문화), since 2000 March

              Review of Critical History (역사비평), 1993 September-1999 December.

              The Korean Historical Review (역사학보), 1997 March-1999 Feb.

The Western History Review (서양사론)1991 May-1993 April.

Totalitarian Movements and Political Religions (British). 2004 October-

A List of Selected Works (since 1995)

I. Books

1.    Antagonistic Complicity (Seoul: Sonamoo, 2005)/Korean.

2.    Mass Dictatorship Between Coercion and Consent (Seoul: Chaiksesang, 2004)/Korean.

3.    Frontiers of Borders? (Seoul: Humanist, 2004) Edited work/Korean

4.    Beyond the Myth of National History (Seoul: Humanist, 2004). Edited work./Korean

5.    Japanese Version: 植民地近代no視座 (Tokio: Iwanami, 2004).

6.    Imperial Arrogance and Colonial Prejudice (Seoul: Humanist, 2003) with Sakai Naoki/ Korean and Japanese.

7.    Inner Textures of the Twentieth Century Ideologies (Seoul: Samin, 2001)/ Korean.

8.    For Your Freedom and Our Freedom: A History of Polish Irredentist Movement (Seoul: Acanet, 2000)/ Korean

9.    Fascism within Us (Seoul: Samin, 2000) Ed. With an introduction./ Korean

10.      The Century of Labor—A Failed Project? (Seoul: Samin, 2000). Ed. With an introduction./

11.      Korean.

12.      Nationalism beyond Nationalism: From Ethnic to Civic (Seoul: Sonamoo, 1999)/ Korean.

13.      Essays on the Historical Present of Poland (Seoul: Kang, 1998)/ Korean

14.      Korea i Polska: Proces Modernizacji w Perspektywie Historycznej (Krak瀝: wydawnictwo WSP, 1997). Ed with Michal Sliwa./ Polish.

II. Articles

1.    “Rosa Luxemburg on the Dialectics of Proletarian Internationalism and Social Patriotism,” Science and Society, vol. 59, no. 4 (Winter, 1995/96)/ English

2.    “A Critical Sketch on the Historiography of Polish Socialist Movement,” Critical Review of History, No. 32 (Spring, 1996)/ Korean.

3.    “Rewriting History in Poland: From Apparatchik Nationalism to Popular Nationalism,” Citizen’s Forum for Korean History, No. 21 (1997)/ Korean

4.    “For A Historical Background of the System Transformation in Poland,” Trends and Perspectives, No. 36 (Winter, 1997) /Korean

5.    “The ‘Good Old Cause’ in the New Polish Left Historiography,” Science and Society, vol. 61, No. 4 (Winter, 1997)/ English

6.    “Between Publicizing the History and Historicizing the Public,” Joong-Ang Saron, No. 10/11 (Dec., 1998)/ Korean

7.    “Labour and the National Question in Poland,” in Stefan Berger and Angel Smith eds., Nationalism, Labour and Ethnicity 1870-1939 (Manchester: Manchester Univ. Press, 1999)/ English

8.    “Class and Nation in the Polish Working Class,” in the Korean Society for Western History ed., Nation and Nationalism in the West (Seoul: Kachi, 1999)/ Korean

9.    “Obraz rewolucji 1848 r. w oczach Azji” in W. Wic ed., Rok 1848 Wiosna Ludow w Galicji: Zbior Studiow (Cracow: wydawnictwo naukowe AP, 1999); “The Image of 1848 Revolution in the Eyes of East Asia.”/ Polish

10.      “Nationalism: Dialectics of the Traditional and the Modern,” Inmoon Gwahak, No. 30 (2000)/ Korean

11.      “Shifting Marxist Historiography: From Hard History to Soft History,” History and Culture, No. 1 (March, 2000)/ Korean

12.      “Domination and Hegemony in the Nationalist Discourse of the Korean Peninsular,” Contemporary Criticism, No. 10 (Feb., 2000). ;現代思想Revue de la Pensee d’Aujourd’hui, vol. 28 (June, 2000)/ Korean and Japanese

13.      “The Global Modernity and Nationalism,” Critical Studies on Modern Korean History, No. 4 (2000)/ Korean

14.      “From Labour Emancipation to Labour Mobilisation: Socialism as a Way of Anti-Western Modernisation in Underdeveloped Countries,” in Die Arbeiterbewegung-Ein gescheitertes Projekt der Moderne? 35 Linzer Konferenz der ITH (Leipzig: Akademische Verlagsanstalt, 2000)/ English

15.      “Spectrums of Nationalist Discourse,” In/Outside: English Studies in Korea, No. 8 (2000)/ Korean

16.      “Fascism as ‘a War of Position’ and the Dictatorship of Consent,” Contemporary Criticism, No. 12 (Fall, 2000)/ Korean

17.      “Socjalizm, ale jaki…? Ideologia mobilizacji ludu w procesie modernizacji w Azji Wschodniej”, Dzieje Najnowsze, Vol. 31, No. 1 (2000). Polish; “Socialism, but what kind of…?: Ideology of Mobilizing People in the modernization process of East Asia,” Contemporary History vol. 31, no. 1 (2000)/ Polish

18.      “Labour, Ethnicity and Nationalism in Poland, 1870-1939,” Idee polityczne od historii do wspolczesnosci: Ksiega dedykowana Profesorowi Markowi Waldenbergowi (Cracow: Ksiegarnia Akademicka, 2000)/ English

19.      “Reading Historiography Outside the Wall of the Modernity—The twentieth century Korean historiography and three myths of the modernity” Hankooksaron, no. 30 (2000)/ Korean

20.      “The Nationalist Message in Socialist Code: On the Court Historiography in People’s Poland and North Korea,” in S. Sogner ed., Making Sense of Global History: The 19th International Congress of Historical Sciences Commemorative Volume (Oslo: Universitetsforlaget, 2001)/ English

21.      "Befreiung oder Modernisierung? Sozialismus als ein Weg der anti-westlichen Modernisierung in unterentwickelten L躪dern," Beitr讚e zur Geschichte der Arbeiter bewegung Jg. 43, nr. 2 (2001)/ German

22.      “A Post-Marxist Reading of Rosa Luxemburg.” Critical Review of History, No. 57 (winter, 2001)/ Korean

23.      “From Hard History to Soft History: Cultural Histories of the Korean Working Class," International Labor and Working Class History, no. 61 (Spring, 2002)/ English

24.      “From Banality of Evil to Rationality of Evil: An interview with Zygmunt Bauman.” Contemporary Criticism no. 22 (Spring, 2003)/ Korean

25.      “Towards a Theory of the Everyday Fascism” Quadrante, No. 5 (2003)/ Japanese.

26.      "Shifting Marxist Historiography: From Hard History to Soft History," Instytut Historyczny Uniwersytetu Warszawskieg ed., Spoleczenstwo w Dobie Przemian Wiek XIX I XX: Ksiega Jubileuszowa Professor Anny Zarnowskiej (Warszawa: DiG, 2003)/ English

27.      “Coercion and Consent: A Comparative Study on Mass Dictatorship," Potsdamer Bulletin fuer Zeithistorische Studien Nr. 30/31 (Januar, 2004)/ German

28.      “Conference Report: Coercion and Consent: A Comparative Study of 'Mass Dictatorship'" Contemporary European History vol. 13, no. 2 (2004)/English

29.      “The Great Chain of National History and Orientalism,” Korean Journal of Historiography,  No. 10 (September, 2004)/Korean

30.      “Coercion and Consent: A Comparative Study of ‘Mass Dictatorship’,” Quadrante, No. 6 (2004)/ Japanese

31.      “Mass Dictatorship and Post-fascism,” Critical Review of History (Fall, 2004)/Korean.

32.      “In-/Outside of the Nation State,” 現代思想Revue de la Pensee d’Aujourd’hui vol. 33-6 (2005)/Japanese

III. Essays

1.    “Peeping into Cracks of the Socialist Grand Narrative,” World Literature, No. 89 (Fall, 1998)/ Korean

2.    “The Oxymoron of the Conservative Left in Korea: Socialism in Abstract and Conservatism in Everyday Life,” in 1998 Intellectuals’ Report: Voices of Korean Lefts (Seoul: Minumsa, 1998)/ Korean

3.    “From Promethean Progress to Dionysian Emancipation: Marxism Lost in the Twentieth Century History,” Literature and Society, No. 46 (Summer, 1999)/ Korean

4.    “Reading the Fascist Code in Everyday Life,” Contemporary Criticism, No. 8 (Fall, 1999)/ Korean

5.    “Ideology of Illusion and Humor of Reality” Outsider, No. 1 (April, 2000)/ Korean

6.    “A Literary Suicide of a National Writer—Rethinking Henryk Siekiewicz,” Joongang Literature, (Summer, 2000)/ Korean

7.    “Rereading the Everyday Fascism” Contemporary Criticism, No. 14 (Spring, 2001)/ Korean

8.    “Introduction: A History of Inventing Masculinity,” History of Masculinity (Seoul: Sol, 2001)/ Korean

 

《回上頁