The Korean Struggle for International Identity in the Foreground of the Shufeldt Negotiation, 1866-1882

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University Press of America, 2005 - 225페이지
"The Korean Struggle for International Identity in the Foreground of the Shufeldt Negotiation, 1866-1880 places a special focus on how the Koreans view themselves and the outside world, especially China, Japan, and the United States. It challenges the one-sided, distorted China centered view of the historical and traditional Korea-China relationship, as well as the skewed view of the Korea-Japan relationship from the Japanese side. This book brings the much-neglected Korean views of these historical relationships into perspective."--BOOK JACKET.
 

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Prelude to the Shufeldt Negotiation The General Sherman Incident of 1866 and the LowRodgers Mission of 1871
6
The KoreanJapanese Treaty of 1876 and the Opening of Korea
38
Chinese Japanese and Korean Responses to American Overtures
79
The Shufeldt Negotiation and Subsequent Interpretation of Its Meaning
134
Notes
161
Bibliography
201
Index
217
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Woong Joe Kang is Adjunct Professor of Church History and Director of Asian Programs at Howard University Divinity School.

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