민두기 사학의 일면 - 한 중국사학자의 '중국사 담론'
Another side of Mintukian History: The discourse of one Chinese Historian
Research of late professor Mintuki represents where the Chinese Historian community in South Korea stands now. Mintugi"s unique perspective was for a long time considered as the only possible way of studying Chinese History in South Korea. As perusing his life-long work of criticism on Chinese History which is seldom mentioned in current Korean intellectual community, I recognized the needs of seeing his researches in the context of Korean intellectual history, and the possibilities of applying the discourse of Chinese history to such a process. In order for this, I looked at the formation and advance of Mintukian History in the context of South Korean modern history, so as to understand the structure of his discourse of Chinese History. Mintuki lived through the latter half of the 20th century when Republic of Korea was founded and competed with North Korea to boast its superiority. Of course, he had compassion for humanity when he chose History as his profession, and his compassion surfaced as an interest in life of peoples. At the same time, he was liberal in a rather traditional sense, focusing on objective and positive methodologies. Nevertheless, in contemporary society where globalization is forced onto people, I think we need to view History from a different perspective than his. That is, to see how an abstract idea of a modern nation materialized in local everyday communities, and to see how marginalized communities and their constituents reacted to the external force -- what the modern nation meant to individuals who had to be liberated and respected. This repositioning of perspectives is to be done in the view of resistance and diversity.
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