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Kim, Hang

Degree Ph.D, University of Tokyo
Research Interests Cultural Studies in modern Japan; Intellectual and Cultural History of Modern Japan and Korea; Contemporary European Philosophy
Tel 82-2-2123-7574
Email kimhang@yonsei.ac.kr

EDUCATION

University of Tokyo, Ph.D, 2008

Seoul National University, M.A., 1998

Yonsei University, B.A.1995


PROFESSIONAL  APPOINTMENTS

Associate Professor, Institute of Korean Studies, Yonsei University, 2016-2018

Assistant Professor, Institute of Korean Studies, Yonsei University, 2011-2016

Postdoctoral Fellow, Institute of Korean Studies, Korea University, 2008-2011

 

AWARDS

Uho Humanities Awards, 2017

Foreign Invitation Student of the Japan Securities Scholarship Foundation, 2002-2006

   

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS  

(Korean: K, Japanese: J, English: E)

 

BOOKS

  1. Eschatological Bureau (Seoul: Munhak kwa Jisung, 2016) K

  2. An Intellectual History of The Japanese Empire (Seoul: Changbi, 2015)K

  3. The Threshold of the Japanese Empire (Tokyo: Iwanami, 2010) J

  4. Eating and Speaking Mouth (Seoul: Saemulkyul, 2008) K

    [Translation]

  5. Carl Schmitt, Political Theology (Seoul: Greenbee, 2010) K

  6. Giorgio Agamben, The State of Exception (Seoul: Saemulkyul, 2009) K

     

    ARTICLES

  1. "Peace, Tenno, and Korean Peninsula" (Dongbanghakji, Vol.179, 2017) K

  2. "Universalism and Colonialism: Reconsidering Postwar Democracy in Japan" (Inter-Asia Cultural Studies, 3/17, 2016) E

  3. "From Substantial to Mediating Universalism" (SAI, Vol.20,2106) K

  4. "How to Overcome Nation State" (Gengobunakkenkyu, 1/27, 2015) J

  5. "Public Practice of Critique, Politics of War- Between Habermas and Schmitt" (Sahoe wa Chulhak,  Vol.27, 2014) K

  6. "Between Norm and Fact" (Shakaikagaku, 2/44, 2014) J

  7. "Representation of Sovereignty: Mishima Yukio and Tenno" (Misulsahakbo, Vol.42, 2014) K

  8. "Primordial Accumulation of Nation State and Colonial Rule in Korea" (Daedongmunwhayungu, Vol.82, 2013) K

  9. "The commemoration of the Gwangju Uprising: Of the remnants in the nation states' historical memory" (Inter-Asia Cultural Studies, 4/12, 2011) E

  10. "Translation of Sovereignty, or Melancholy of Maruyama Masao" (Aseayungu, 3/54, 2011) K