KOH Sungman

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last update:2015/June 8

■Current Status

・Senior Researcher, Kinugasa Research Organization (Research Center for Ars Vivendi), Ritsumeikan University, Japan

■Research Themes

・Creation of New Views on Death and Life for Non-experienced Generations: From the Case Studies of Islands in East Asia Region in the Post-conflict Era
・Comparative Studies on Restoration of Justice and Creation of Human Rights Culture in Post-Conflict Societies in East Asia: The Cases of the Jeju April 3rd Incident (Jeju Uprising), the Battle of Okinawa, and the Taiwan 228 Incident)
・Comparative Studies on Restoration of Justice and Local Reality in Post-Conflict Societies


・2015 : All But Dissertation Graduate School of Letters, Kyoto University, Japan
・2006 : M.A. Sociology Graduate School of Letters, Jeju National University, Korea
・2004 : B.A. College of Economics & Commerce, Jeju National University, Korea

■Academic Positions

・2015 - : Senior Researcher, Kinugasa Research Organization (Research Center for Ars Vivendi), Ritsumeikan University, Japan
・2013 - 2015 : Researcher A, Research Center for Human Rights, Osaka City University, Japan
・2010 - 2012 : Research Fellowship (DC2), Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Japan
・2005 - 2008 : Researcher, Jeju 4.3 Research Institute, Korea

■Teaching Experiences

・2015 - : Part-time Lecturer, Kyoto University, Japan
・2015 - : Part-time Lecturer, Otani University, Japan
・2013 - : Part-time Lecturer, Osaka City University, Japan

■Academic Achievements (since 2009)

 □Journal Articles

 [Refereed Papers]
◆KOH, Sungman, 2015. "The Formation and Practice of Local Knowledge in Ascribing Meaning to Mass Killing : Records of a Patrilineal Descent Group of Civilian Deaths and Missing Persons Related to the Jeju April 3 Events, " Japanese Journal of Cultural Anthropology (BUNKAJINRUIGAKU), 79(4):378-396. (in Japanese)
◆KOH, Sungman, 2012. "The Ascription of Meaning to Mass-killing in a Post-conflict Society: From Two Case Studies: The Post-war Process in the Battle of Okinawa and Liquidation of the Past History of the Jeju April 3 Events, " Sociology, 57(1):59-74. (in Japanese)
◆KOH, Sungman, 2011.2, "Liquidation of the Past History of April 3 and The Concept of ‘the Victim’: Reconsideration of the Reorganized Death by the Social Agreement , " TAMLA MUNHWA, 38:249-277. (in Korean)
◆KOH, Sungman, 2009 "The Development of 'Social Agreement' in Contemporary Korea Concerning the Jeju April 3rd Massacre : A Study on the Special Committee for Investigation of the Truth about the Jeju Uprising and the Decision Making Process for Determining 'Who is a Victim?', " Kyoto Journal of Sociology (Kyoto Syakaigaku Nenpo)17:87-111. (in Japanese)

 [Non-refereed Papers]
◆KOH, Sungman, 2015 (forthcoming) “Reconciliation, Transitional Justice and Political Archivization: A Comparative Study of Commemoration in South Korea and Japan of the Jeju April 3 Incident”, Routledge Handbook of Memory and Reconciliation in East Asia., edited by Mikyoung Kim. London: Routledge
◆KOH, Sungman, 2014 "Possibility of Recognizing the History of the Jeju April 3rd E Incident beyond the National State:Memorial Ceremony for the April 3rd Incident Held in Osaka, " Zainichi Saishujin Sosho, 2: 175-192. (in Korean)
◆KOH, Sungman, 2012, " Jeju Naval Base and Liquidation of the Jeju April 3rd Incident, " Impaction 183:76-84. (in Japanese)
◆KOH, Sungman, 2011, "Reconsideration of ‘From People to Object’, " Quarterly Archeology Magazine, 116: 33-36. (in Japanese)
◆KOH, Sungman, 2010 "Massacre and Remembrance in Jeju: From a Viewpoint of Reconstituting ‘the Dead’ , " Nation and Remembrance: Beyond the Matter of Yasukuni Shrine or the National Memorial Facility, pp.163-209. (in Japanese)

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