||「満洲国」の建国大学における中国人学生の反満抗日運動 : 1938年の開学から1941年の12・30事件までを中心として
The Anti-Manchurian and Anti-Japan Movement of Chinese Students at the Kenkoku University of “Manchukuo” : Focusing on the Period between the University’s Founding in 1938 and the Incident of December 30, 1941
中山, 紀子Nakayama, Noriko
18 , 2015-12 , 新潟大学大学院現代社会文化研究科
The anti-Manchurian and anti-Japan movements in which Chinese students at Kenkoku (Jianguo) University took part had an impact that would blow away the significance of the university’s existence. The academic environment was one of freedom and equality based on the philosophy of ethnic cooperation; such an atmosphere had not been seen at any other university. Many Chinese students were arrested for their participation in the anti-Manchurian and anti-Japan movements and imprisoned for a period of 10 to 15 years, or for life. Questions remain as to what prompted the Kenkoku University students to participate in the anti-Manchurian and anti-Japan movements, and how they interpreted the philosophy of Kenkoku University. This study surveys historical materials, such as oral histories, to find out what Kenkoku University was like for Chinese students and to determine their identities.