Search Results

You are looking at 1 - 6 of 6 items for

  • Author or Editor: Eun-Jeung Lee x
Clear All Modify Search
Restricted access

Sŏwŏn – Konfuzianische Privatakademien in Korea

Wissensinstitutionen der Vormoderne

Series:

Eun-Jeung Lee

Sŏwŏn waren konfuzianische Privatakademien, die sich seit Mitte des 16. Jahrhunderts in Korea rasch verbreiteten. Sie waren Orte der Generierung, Weitergabe und Stabilisierung verschiedener Formen von Wissen, aber auch Institutionen mit eigenständigen Ordnungen, die ihr eigenes Funktionieren wie auch ihr Verständnis und ihren Umgang mit Wissen regulierten. Die Autorin analysiert, wie und in welcher Form das neokonfuzianische Wissen in den Sŏwŏn institutionalisiert und wie dieses institutionalisierte Wissen in der Praxis gehandhabt wurde. Sie untersucht sowohl die Akteure und Prozesse der Institutionalisierung als auch die Formen des Wissenstransfers innerhalb, zwischen und jenseits dieser konfuzianischen Privatakademien.
Restricted access

Series:

Edited by Eun-Jeung Lee and Marion Eggert

The book is about the evolution and transformation of knowledge and knowledge systems in the context of cultural contact. The articles take Korea as an example and deal with the configuration, dissemination and consolidation of knowledge in certain contexts of the past and present. Combining philological and social scientific approaches, this book is the result of a joint research project of the Korean Studies institutes at Freie Universität Berlin and Ruhr University Bochum pursued between 2009 and 2014.

Restricted access

Facetten deutsch-koreanischer Beziehungen

130 Jahre gemeinsame Geschichte

Series:

Edited by Eun-Jeung Lee and Hannes B. Mosler

Die Beiträge dieses Sammelbandes behandeln ausgewählte Facetten der gemeinsamen Geschichte Deutschlands und Koreas in Geschichte und Politik, Lebensumständen und Migration sowie Kultur und Lebenswelten. Beide Länder verstehen sich jeweils als das Herzstück Europas und Ostasiens und feierten im Jahre 2013 das 130. Jubiläum ihrer diplomatischen Beziehungen seit dem ersten offiziellen Vertrag vom 26. November 1883. Trotz ihrer geographischen Lage, geschichtlichen Entwicklung und weltpolitischen Bedingungen, gerade in jüngster Zeit, haben Deutschland und Korea bis heute ihre teils recht engen, teils aber auch etwas lockeren Beziehungen aufrechterhalten.

Restricted access

Lost and Found in «Translation»

Circulating Ideas of Policy and Legal Decisions Processes in Korea and Germany

Series:

Edited by Eun-Jeung Lee and Hannes B. Mosler

This book analyzes policy translation and its ends, how the concept of translation explains the emergence and (ex-)changes of policy ideas in different places and/or across borders in general, as well as the effectiveness of this concept in analyzing cases of actual policy dissemination. This book discusses these questions on a general theoretical level and within the context of actual policies and laws mainly between South Korea and Germany. South Korea is widely considered a typical example of a reforming country that is on the receiving end of disseminations of policies and ideas from advanced countries. From this point of view, it constitutes a highly interesting case for testing the applicability of the translation approach. The basic idea of this book is to analyze how different actors in different contexts and settings adopt varying interpretations and understandings of an idea, and how well the analytical concept of translation can be utilized for this endeavor.
Restricted access

Civil Society on the Move

Transition and Transfer in Germany and South Korea

Series:

Edited by Eun-Jeung Lee and Hannes B. Mosler

Following the transformation of the Soviet-controlled Eastern European system, there has been a renewal of discourses on civil society. The collection of essays discusses this complicated and controversial concept and explores the possibility of new approaches for the study of Korean civil society and democracy. Combining interdisciplinary and transregional research, it contributes directly to the field of democracy after democratization and sheds light on concepts of civil society, developments of various civil society organizations and student movements in Germany, Korea, and Eastern Europe.
Restricted access

Edited by Marion Eggert, Eun-Jeung Lee and Joerg Plassen

The series Research on Korea responds to the fact that interest in Korea and the need for reliable information on the country's history and present have risen considerably during the last decades, both in- and outside of academia. The series offers an interdisciplinary platform for academic works engaging with Korea. Not being restricted to specific methodological or historiographical approaches, the series is open for studies of Korea in any field as long as they make use of Korean primary sources and systematically engage with Korean language secondary literature. Based on solid methodology, the studies assembled in this series aim to open up paths for new insights and new research questions on Korea and Korea's role in the regional and international context.