Departmental Bulletin Paper 「支配-被支配」から「台湾人の主体性」へ : 日本における台湾教育史の回顧と展望
Overcoming Binary Opposition in the Subjectivity of Taiwanese People : Reviewing Studies on the History of Taiwanese Education in Japan

菅野, 敦志  ,  すがの, あつし  ,  Sugano, Atsushi  ,  名桜大学国際学群

(25)  , pp.77 - 86 , 2016-03 , 名桜大学総合研究所
In this paper, I would like to briefly review the transition of the research trends and analytical frames regarding the History of Taiwanese Education in Japan, from the Pre-WWII Period to the present, mainly by reviewing the most important book publications during the period. The scholarship on the History of Taiwanese Education can be divided into two periods: one is the Japanese Colonial Era from 1895 to 1945, and the next is the Republic of China Era from 1945 to the present. The turning point came after the lifting up of martial law in Taiwan in 1987, when Kuomintang's historical view of an anti-Japanese narrative began to accept more moderate and objective views in the evaluation of the past Japanese rule. This change in historical discourse in Taiwan had also influenced trends in Japanese academic circles. Gradually, new research and publications came to focus and underscore the importance of the subjectivity of the Taiwanese people during the Japanese Colonial Era, rather than the long dominant framework which often presupposes a binary opposition between the colonizer and the colonized, oppressor and oppressed.

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