The Displacement of Borders among Russian Koreans in Northeast Asia
The Displacement of Borders among Russian Koreans in Northeast Asia
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List of Maps, Figures and Tables Preface: Clearing the Ground Introduction: The Obscure Presence of Russian Koreans in Northeast Asia Chapter 1: The History of 'the Korian Question' and Border Making in the Russian Far East Chapter 2: Repatriating to the Russian Far East, Confronting the Transition Chapter 3: Living Soviet Socialism the Korean Way: Mobile Agriculture at the Border of Socialism Chapter 4: Greenhouse Society: Subsistence Economy and the House-Holding Chapter 5: Recalling History: Koreiskii Dom, Transnational Connections and Diaspora Politics Epilogue Appendix 1 Appendix 2 Bibliography

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"Park’s monograph is an ambitious work that covers many topics. One will learn a great deal about the Russian Korean experience and their unique lives amid the rise and eventual fall of the Soviet experience. It is a groundbreaking book that will open other doors to this community of Russian Koreans."
- Daniel A. Métraux, Asian Ethnology 79/2 (2020)

Hyun-Gwi Park

The Displacement of Borders among Russian Koreans in Northeast Asia

De onderstaande tekst is niet beschikbaar in het Nederlands en wordt in het Engels weergegeven.
Since the nineteenth century, ethnic Koreans have represented a small yet significant portion of the population of the Russian Far East, but until now, the phenomenon has been largely understudied. Based on extensive historical and ethnographic research, this is the first book in English to chart the contemporary social life of Koreans in the complex borderland region. Dispelling the commonly held notion that Koreans were completely removed from the region during the country's attempt to 'cleanse' its borders in 1937, Hyun Gwi Park reveals timely new insights into the historical and current experiences of Koreans living along the Eurasian frontier.

Hyun-Gwi Park

Hyun Gwi Park finished her PhD at the Department of Social Anthropology, University of Cambridge. She was previously ESRC Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Department of Social Anthropology, Affiliated Researcher at the Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, and Research Fellow at Clare Hall, University of Cambridge. She is currently Affiliated Researcher at the Mongolia and Inner Asian Studies Unit (MIASU), University of Cambridge.