Anarchism in Korea — Bibliography

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Research Interests: Radicalism and Nationalism in Twentieth-Century Eastern Asia, The Guomindang Leftists in the 1920s, Wartime Collaboration in China during the Pacific War. (From: SOKA.edu.)


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“Aikoku undō o sute mattaki gaihō undō e” [Discarding Patriotic Movement and Moving toward the Completion of Liberation Movement]. Jiyū rengō [Spontaneous Alliance] 39 (September 1, 1929).

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Bak, Hwan. “Jung-il jeonjaeng ihu jungguk jiyeok hanin mujeongbu juui gyeyeol ui hyangbae—Han-guk cheongnyeon jeonji gongjakdae reul jungsim euro” [The Trends of Korean Anarchists in China after the Outbreak of the Sino-Japanese War: On the Operation Unit of Korean Youth at Warfront]. Han-guk minjok undongsa yeon-gu [Studies on the History of Korean National Movement] 16 (1997): 113–154.

———. Sikminji sidae hanin anarchism undongsa [A History of Korean Anarchist Movement during the Colonial Period]. Seoul: Seon-in, 2005.

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Bak, Kyeongsik, ed. Zainichi chōsenjin undō kankei kikanshi (Kaihōzen) [Publications Associated with the Movements of Koreans in Japan, the Pre-Liberation Period], Chōsen mondai shiryō sōsho [Series on the Materials on Korean Problems], 5. Tokyo: Ajia mondai kenkyūjo, 1983.

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Bak, Yeol. “Han bullyeong seonin eurobuteo ilbon ui gwollyeokja gyegeup ege jeonhanda” [A Message Delivering to the Class in Power in Japan from a Rebellious Korean]. In Bak Yeol pyeongjeon [A Commentary Biography of Bak Yeol], Kim Samung, 223–230. Seoul: Garam Gihoek, 1996.

———. Shin chōsen kakumei ron [On a New Korean Revolution]. Tokyo: Chūgai shuppan kabushiki gaisha, 1948.

———. “Ajia monrō shugi ni tsuite” [About Asian Monroe-ism]. Hutoi senjin [Recalcitrant Koreans] 2 (1923): 1. Reprinted in Nani ga watashi o kō saseta ka [What Made Me the Way I Am?], Kaneko Fumiko, 545. Tokyo: Kokushoku sensensha, 1971.

———. “Kyōsha no sengen” [The Declaration of the Strong]. Chigasei [The Voice of Self], Inaugural Issue (March 20, 1926): 1.

Bak, Yeongseon. “Jiyū!” [Freedom!]. Chigasei [The Voice of Self] Inaugural issue (March 20, 1926). Reprinted in Zainichi chōsenjin undō kankei kikanshi (Kahozen) [Publications Associated with the Movements of Koreans in Japan (Pre-Liberation)], Chōsen mondai shiryo shosyo [Series on the Materials on Korean Problems], vol. 5, edited by Bak Kyeongsik, 201. Tokyo: Ajia mondai kenkyūjo, 1983.

Bi, Xiushao. “Wo xinyang wuzhengfu zhuyi de qianqian houhou” [Before and After I Had Faith in Anarchism]. In Wuzhengfu zhuyi sixiang ziliao xuan [Collected Materials on Anarchist Ideas), 2 vols., edited by Ge Maochun, Jiang Jun, and Li Xingzhi, 1022–1039. Beijing: Beijing daxue chubanshe, 1984.

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“Chaoxian minzu zhanxian lianmeng chuangli xuanyan” [Declaration of the Establishment of the League for the Korean National Front). Choaxian minzu zhanxian [The Korean National Front], Inaugural issue (April 10, 1938): 14–15.

“Choaxian minzu zhanxian lianmeng douzeng gangling” [Platform for the Struggle of the Korean National Front]. Choaxian minzu zhanxian [The Korean National Front], Inaugural issue (April 10, 1938): 16.

“Choaxian minzu zhanxian lianmeng jiben gangling” [Basic Platform of the Korean National Front]. Choaxian minzu zhanxian [The Korean National Front], Inaugural issue (April 10, 1938): 16.

Chaoxian yiyongdui [Korean Volunteers Unit] 34 (May 15, 1940). Reprinted in Hae-oe ui han-guk dongnip undong jaryo [Materials on Korean Independence Movement Abroad], vol. 8 (Jungguk pyeon [China], no. 4), edited by Gukka bohuncheo, 372–390. Seoul, Gukka bohuncheo, 1993.

Chen, Jian and Liang Weilin. “Huiyi 30 niandai zhonggong dongjingzhibu de chengzhang licheng” [Recollection of the Developing Process of the Chinese Communist Party’s Tokyo Branch in the 1930s]. Zhonggong dangshi ziliao [Materials on the History of the Chinese Communist Party] 10 (Internal publication) (October 1984): 169–180.

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Chigasei [sic, The Voice of Self]. Inaugural issue (March 20, 1926), May Issue (April 20, 1926). Reprinted in Zainichi chōsenjin undō kankei kikanshi (Kaihōzen) [Publications Associated with the Movements of Koreans in Japan, the Pre-Liberation Period], Chōsen mondai shiryō sōsho [Series on the Materials on Korean Problems] 5, edited by Bak, Kyeongsik, 201–208. Tokyo: Ajia mondai kenkyūjo, 1983.

Choe, Bongchun. “Yu Ja-myeonge ui hang-il yeokjeong gwa joseon hyeokmyeong undong – geuui hoegorok eul jungsim euro” [The Traces of Yu Ja-myeong’s Anti-Japanese Resistance and the Korean Revolutionary Movement]. Inmun gwahak nonchong [Studies of Humanities Science] 43 (2005): 179–223.

Choe, Gapryong. Hwang-ya ui geom-eun gitbal [A Black Flag in the Wilderness]. Seoul: Imun chulpansa, 1996.

———. Eoneu hyeokmyeong ga ui ilsaeng, ujin Choe Ggapryong jaseojeon [A Revolutionary’s Life: Memoirs of ujin Choe Gapryong]. Seoul: Imun chulpansa, 1995.

Choe, Seungman. “Sangjo ron” [On Mutual Aid]. Hak ji gwang [The Light of Learning] 19 (1920): 13–19.

Chōsen Gang, Chang. “Warera no gaihō wa anakizumu da” [Our Liberation is through Anarchism]. Jiyū rengō shimbun [Spontaneous Alliance Newspaper] 47, May 1, 1930.

Chu, Heonsu, ed. Jaryo han-guk dongnip undong [Materials on Korean Independence Movement], vol. 3. Seoul: Yonsei daehakgyo chulpanbu, 1973.

Chujeong Im Bongsun seonsaeng pyeonchan wiwonhoe. Chujeong Im Bongsun seonsaeng sojeon [A Short Biography of Mr. Im Bongsun]. Seoul: Chujeong Im Bongsun seonsaeng sojeon pyeonchan wiwonhoe, 1969.

Chung, Mun Sang. “Munhwa daehyeokmyeong eul bo-neun han-guk sahoe ui han siseon—Lee Young Hee sarye” [A Perspective on the Chinese Cultural Revolution in South Korean Society: A Case of Lee Young Hee]. Yeoksa bi-pyeong [Critical Review of History] 77 (Winter 2006): 212–241.

Chunsik [Yi Chunsik]. “Seonen” [Declaration]. Chigasei [The Voice of Self], Inaugural issue (March 20, 1926). Reprinted in Zainichi chōsenjin undō kankei kikanshi (Kahozen) [Publications Associated with the Movements of Koreans in Japan (Pre-Liberation)], Chōsen mondai shiryo shosyo [Series on the Materials on Korean Problems], vol. 5, edited by Bak Kyeongsik, 201. Tokyo: Ajia mondai kenkyūjo, 1983.

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Dam. “Seongrip yurae wa guemhu ui gongjak bangchim” [The Backgrounds of Its Establishment and the Plan Afterwards]. Hanguo qingnian [Korean Youth] 1, no. 2 (July 15, 1940). Reprinted in Korean translation in Sikminji sidae hanin anarchism undong sa [A History of Korean Anarchism during the Colonial Period], Bak Hwan, 226–230. Seoul: Seon-in, 2005.

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Danju Yu Rim seonsaeng gi-nyeom sa-eophoe, ed. Danju Yu Rim jaryojip [Collected Materials on Mr. Yu Rim], vol. 1. Seoul: Danju Yu Rim seonsaeng gi-nyeom sa-eophoe, 1991.

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Dongming. “Zhuanzhan ebei de yizhi guojiduiwu” [An International Troop Fighting around Northern Hebei]. Chaoxian yiyongdui [The Korean Volunteers Unit] 34 (May 15, 1940).

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———. Seeds of Destruction: Nationalist China in War and Revolution, 1937–1949. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1984.

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“Fuatsho ka kanken chōsen kyōdai e banko” [The Fascist Authorities Committed an Act of Brutality to Korean Brothers]. Jiyū rengō simbun [Spontaneous Alliance Newspaper] 82 (July 10, 1933).

Ge, Maochun, Jiang Jun, and Li Xingzhi, eds. Wuzhengfu zhuyi sixiang ziliao xuan [Collected Materials on the Ideas of Anarchism], 2 vols. Beijing: Beijing daxue chubanshe, 1984.

Geumwol. “Inganjeok yokgu wa jidowolli ui bulpilyo” [Human Desires and No Need for a Leading Principle]. Heuksaek sinmun [Black Newspaper] 33 (October 24, 1934).

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Gu, Seunghoe, Kim Kyeongbok, Kim Myeongseop, Bak Cheolhong, Bak Hwan, Song Jae-u, Oh Duyeong, Oh Jang-Whan, Yi deok-il, and Yi Horyong. Han-guk anarchism 100 nyeon [One Hundred Years of Korean Anarchism]. Seoul: Ihaksa, 2004.

Gu, Yeping. “Quanzhou minzhong yundong zhongde liming gazhong yu pingmin zhongxue” [Dawn Advanced Middle School and Common People’s Middle School in the Mass Movement in Quanzhou]. Quanzhou shifan xueyuan xuebao [Journal of Quanzhou Normal College, Social Science] 24, no. 5 (September 2006): 32–48.

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———, ed. Hae-oe ui han-guk dongnip undong jaryo [Materials on Korean Independence Movement Abroad], vol. 8 (Jungguk pyeon [China], no. 4). Seoul, Gukka bohuncheo, 1993.

Guksa pyeonchan wiwonhoe, ed. Han-guk dongnip undongsa [A History of Korean Independence Movement]. 5 vols. Seoul: Guksa pyeonchan wiwonhoe, 1969.

Gungmin munhwa hoebo [The Bulletin of National Culture] 1 (May 1966) and 11 (April 1983).

Gungmin munhwa yeon-guso, ed. Hang-il hyeokmyeongga gupa Baek Jeonggi uisa [BaekJeonggi, A Man of Righteous Deed and Revolutionary who Resisted Japan]. Seoul: Gungmin munhwa yeon-guso chulpanbu, 2004.

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“Gungmin susan undong yogang” [The Outline of the National Movement to Receive and Produce], in Gungmin munhwa yeon-guso 50 nyeon sa [A Fifty-Year History of the Institute for the Study of National Culture], edited by Gungmin munhwa yeon-guso, 90–103. Seoul: Gungmin munhwa yeon-guso, 1998.

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Gwang. “Jayu pyeongdeung ui sinsahoe reul geonsel haja” [Let’s Construct a New Society of Freedom and Equality]. Haebang undong [Liberation Movement], Renewed Issue (May 1929).

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Ha [Yi Hayu]. “Waseinen no sekinin to sono shimei” [The Responsibilities and Mission of Our Youth], Namhwa Tongsin [South China Correspondence] 2 (June 1936). Abbreviated, translated in Japanese, and reprinted in Shakai mondai shiryo sōsho [Collected Materials on Social Problems], vol. 1, edited by Shakai mondai shiryo kenkyūkai, 68–59. Tokyo: Tōyō bunkasha, 1977.

Ha, Girak. “Danjae ui anarchism” [Shin Chaeho’s Anarchism]. In Danjae Shin Chaeho seonsaeng tansin 100 ju-nyeon gi-nyeom nonjip [Collected Article on Mr. Shin Chaeho in Commemoration of His 100th Birthday], edited by Danjae Shin Chaeho seonsaeng gi-nyeom sa-eophoe, 351–405. Seoul: Hyeongseol chulpansa, 1980.

———. Talhwan—baekseong ui jagi haebang uiji [Retaking: The Will of Common People to Liberate Themselves]. Seoul: Hyeongseol chulpansa, 1994.

———. Jagi reul haebang haryeo neun baekseongdeul ui uiji [The Will of Common People to Liberate Themselves]. Busan: Doseo chulpan sinmyeong, 1993.

Hak ji gwang [The Light of Learning], 2 vols. Reprinted. Seoul: Doseo chulpan yeoknak, 2004.

“Haksaeng hwaldong jido” [Guiding Students’ Activities]. In Gungmin munhwa yeon-guso osipnyeon sa [A Fifty-Year History of the Institute for the Study of National Culture], edited by Gungmin munhwa yeon-guso osipnyeon sa pyeonchan wiwonhoe, 136–160. Seoul: Gungmin munhwa yeon-guso, 1998.

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Han-guk jajuin yeonmaeng [The Federation Anarchist Korea]. “Han-guk jajuin yeonmaeng jeonggwan” [Platform of the Federation Anarchist Korea]. Accessed May 10, 2014. www.jajuin.org.

Han-guk jajuin yeonmaeng [The Federation Anarchist Korea]. “Han-guk jajuin yeonmaeng yeonhyeok” [History of the Federation Anarchist Korea]. Accessed May 6, 2014. www.jajuin.org.

Han, Sangdo. “Yu Ja-myeong ui anarchism ihae wa han-jung yeondae ron” [Yu Ja-myeong’s Understanding of Anarchism and His Idea of Korean-Chinese Alliance]. Dongyang jeongchi sasangsa [History of Political Thoughts in the East] 7, no. 1 (2008): 139–160.

———. Jungguk hyeokmyeong sok ui han-guk dongnip undong [A History of Korean Independence Movement in the History of the Chinese Revolution]. Paju: Jipmundang, 2004.

———. “Hwabuk joseon dongnip dongmaeng gwa jungguk gongsandang” [The Korean Independence Alliance in North China and the Chinese Communist Party]. Yeoksa hakbo [Journal of Historical Studies] 174 (June 2002): 113–139.

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Hanguo qingnian [Korean Youth] 1, no. 2 (July 15, 1940).

Hankyoreh 21 [The Korean 21] 307 (May 11, 2000).

Hankyoreh sinmunsa, ed. Balgul: Han-guk hyeondae sa inmul [Excavations: Persons in Modern Korean History]. Seoul: Hamkyoreh sinmunsa, 1992.

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“Hatta Shūzō gun yuku” [Mr. Hatta Shūzō Passes Away]. Jiyū rengō shimbun 89 (February 10, 1934).

Heuksaek sinmun [Black Newspaper] 23, 26–37 (December 31, 1933, February 28 1934–April 22, 1935).

“Heuksaek undong e jeokgeuk jeok hyeopryeok eul yomang handa” [We Expect Active Support for the Black Movement]. Heuksaek sinmun 35 (February 1, 1935).

Hirsch, Steven and Lucien van der Walt, eds. Anarchism and Syndicalism in the Colonial and Postcolonial World, 1870–1940: The Praxis of National Liberation, Internationalism, and Social Revolution. Leiden: Brill, 2010.

Horiuchi, Minoru. “Nanka kanjin seinen renmei to kokushoku kyōhudan” [The League of Korean Youth in South China and the Black Terror Party]. Chōsen minzoku undōshi kenkyū [Studies on the History of Korean National Movements] 8 (April 1992): 7–34.

———. “Yu Giseok” [Yu Seo]. Chōsen minzoku undōshi kenkyū [Studies on the History of Korean National Movement] 8 (April 1992): 120–123.

———. “Nitteika chōsen hokubu chihōni okeru anakizumu undō” [Anarchist Movements in the Northern Part of Korea during the Japanese Colonial Period]. Chōsen minzoku undōshi kenkyū [Studies on Korean National Movements] 5 (December 1988): 59–86.

———. “Zainichi chōsenjin anakizumu rōdō undō (gaihō zen)” [Anarchist Labor Movement of Koreans in Japan, prior to Liberation], Zainichi chōsenjinshi kenkyū [Studies on the History of Koreans in Japan] 16 (October 1986): 38–58.

Huainianji [Collection of Cherishing Memories] 2 (July 1987), 4 (October 1988), and 5 (February 1990).

“Hutoi senjin katkan ni saishite” [On Publishing Recalcitrant Koreans]. Futoi senjin [Recalcitrant Koreans]: 1. Reprinted in Nani ga watashi o kō saseta ka [What Made Me the Way I Am?], Kaneko Fumiko, 541. Tokyo: Kokushoku sensensha, 1971.

Hwang, Dongyoun. Saeroun yeoksa mandeulgi: gwonyeok sigak gwa dongbu asia yeoksa jaeguseong [Making of a New Past: Regional Perspective and a Reconstruction of the History of Eastern Asia]. Seoul: Hyean, 2013.

———. “Geupjin juuija deul ui Tokyo roui idong gwa jipjung—1900–1920 nyeondae dongbu asia geupjin juui ui daedu, hwaksan, geurigo geu uimi” [The Movement and Concentration of Radicals to Tokyo: The Rise, Development, and Implications of the Radicalism in Eastern Asia from the 1900s to 1920s]. In Saeroun yeoksa manduelgi: gwonyeok sigak gwa dongbu asia yeoksa jaeguseong [Making of a New Past: Regional Perspective and a Reconstruction of the History of Eastern Asia], by Dongyoun Hwang, 178–208. Seoul: Hyean, 2013.

———. “Korean Anarchism before 1945: A Regional and Transnational Approach.” In Anarchism and Syndicalism in the Colonial and Postcolonial World, 1870–1940: The Praxis of National Liberation, Internationalism, and Social Revolution, edited by Steven Hirsch and Lucien van der Walt, 95–130. Leiden: Brill, 2010.

———. “Yi Jeonggyu, chogukka jeok anarchism ui silhyeon eul wihayeo” [Yi Jeonggyu, towards a Realization of Transnational Korean Anarchism]. Yeoksa bipyeong [Critical Review of History] 93 (2010): 198–230.

———. “Beyond Independence: The Korean Anarchist Press in China and Japan in the 1920s–1930s.” Asian Studies Review 31, no. 1 (2007): 3–23.

———. “20 segicho dong asia geupjin juui wa ‘Asia’ ge-nyeom” [Radicalism and the Idea of ‘Asia’ in Early 20th Century East Asia]. Daedong munhwa yeon-gu [The Journal of Eastern Studies] 50 (June 2005): 121–165.

“Hyeokmyeong wolli wa talhwan” [The Principles of Revolution and Retaking]. Talhwan [The Conquest] supplementary to no. 1 (June 15, 1928): 3–4.

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Jeong, Hyegyeong. Ilje sidae jaeil joseonin minjok undong yeon-gu [A Study on the National Movements by Koreans in Japan during the Japanese Colonial Period]. Seoul: Gukak jaryowon, 2001.

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From : TheAnarchistLibrary.org

Research Interests: Radicalism and Nationalism in Twentieth-Century Eastern Asia, The Guomindang Leftists in the 1920s, Wartime Collaboration in China during the Pacific War. (From: SOKA.edu.)

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