[트랜스내셔널인문학연구소] 6월 1일 콜로키움 안내
The tŭngsap’an, a simple flatbed mimeograph-style printing device, was initially popularized on the Korean peninsula as a technology of Japanese colonial control. In practice, however, tŭngsap’an printing quickly began to be used for an immense range of both sanctioned and unsanctioned applications, often blurring distinctions between official, commercial, and private textual production. This talk analyzes how, despite significant barriers, the tŭngsap’an helped to facilitate unique forms of political, literary, and artistic expression in Korea under Japanese rule, and meaningfully expanded popular cultural production.
“’The Spirit of Our Students, Our Children!’: Korean Student Identity and the 1919 March First Movement in The Grass Roof and The Yalu Flows.” (2023)
“’A Great Invention of the East, Unsurpassed in History’: Tŭngsap’an Mimeography in Korea, 1910–1945.” (2022)
“Intersections of Gender and Nationalism in the 1929-1930 Kwangju Student Movement.” (2016)
일시: 2023년 6월 1일(목) 16:00~18:00
장소: 서강대학교 김대건관 518호/
비대면 온라인 세미나 ZOOM 회의실
(회의 ID: 691 582 0895)
주제: Duplications, Circulations, and Diverse Readerships: Tŭngsap’an Printing as Cultural Production in Colonial Korea
강연: Deborah Solomon (Otterbein University)
발표 언어: 영어
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