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“Chinese Historical Writings in Historical Context: Centering on the Changes of the Tang and Sung Dynasty” – Scholar Jiang Zhi-en’s Keynote Speech
2014-12-18
Meeting on “Chinese Historical Writings in Historical Context: Centering on the Changes of the Tang and Sung Dynasty” – Scholar Jiang Zhi-en’s keynote speech on the topic “Colonial Distortion and Re-formation of the Historical View of Eastern Asia Academia – Taking the Korean Discourse on ‘Joseon Form of Confucianism and Originality’ as a core”.

Time: 10 a.m. – 1 p.m., 15 Nov., 2014

Venue: 1 Conference Room on the 2 floor of Humanities Center, National Chengchi University (NCCU)

Korean scholar Jiang Zhi-en, recommended by professor Zhang, Qi-xiong and now engages in postdoctoral research in Institute of Chinese Literature and Philosophy, Academia Sinica, was invited to deliver a speech at Humanities Center, NCCU, on the topic “Colonial Distortion and Re-formation of the Historical View of Eastern Asia Academia – Taking the Korean Discourse on ‘Joseon Form of Confucianism and Originality’ as a core”. Professor Zhang, who had studied in Japan with Ms. Jiang, introduced her to everyone that she graduated from department of Chinese Language and Literature, Korea University, which is the prestigious school in Korea. And then she studied abroad in University of Tokyo, Japan. Therefore, she was good at three languages: Chinese, Japanese and Korean. Besides, she is a rare talent of Sinology.

The topic of Jiang’s speech lied in re-interpretation of Korean academic historical view of Confucianism. It was because in the duration of colonization by Japan Japanese extensively devalued the Korean Confucianism, which adored the Neo-Confucianism (led by Zhu Xi). Hence, at that time the policy adoring the Neo-Confucianism was introspected by the Korean academic circle. Additionally, the scholars considered the thought of Master Zhu brought about the maladaptation of scholars to the alteration of the situations so that gave rise to the overthrow of Korea. Moreover, the directions of the studies of Confucian history were primarily divided into two: one was to criticize the Confucianism that only adored the Neo-Confucianism led by Master Zhu; the other was to start to find the existence of the schools other from the Neo-Confucianism so as to prove that Korean owned the national potential of modern civilization and to contradict the stand of Japanese. Nevertheless, scholar Jiang disagreed with these kind of viewpoints. Furthermore, she found that even though some Korean scholars were subsumed under the non-pro-Neo-Confucianism, they were probably not really opposed against it. What’s more, in her opinion, if someone can re-discover how the then scholars pursued their studies, then we can overcome the problems of the distortion of historical view of eastern Asia academia. To boot, professor Zhang indicated that Chinese and Korean scholars were obviously different. Precisely, Chinese scholars were less influential without the official position. However, Ms. Jiang said that in Korea no matter people owned a government post or no matter how important the positions were, those scholars could exert the strong power and influence on the imperial government.

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