Browse Dept. of Sociology by Subject "Japanese Empire"
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Salient professionals, a silent profession: the rise, prominence, and marginalization of lawyers in Korea under Japan’s rule 1906-1945 (2015-07-14)This dissertation examines how lawyers emerged as powerful professionals during the period of Japanese colonialism in Korea (1906-1945) even as the legal profession, as a whole, remained relatively disempowered. After the ...
(2017-04-20)This dissertation discloses that anti-Blackness and other deeply held notions of race in precolonial and colonial Korea (1883-1945) were pivotal in how Koreans made sense of their vulnerability and, later, subjection to ...