|Title||Professor Lim Jie-hyun released complete series of ‘Mass Dictatorship in the 20th Century’|
Professor Lim Jie-hyun released complete series of
‘Mass Dictatorship in the 20th Century’
Department of History professor Lim Jie-hyun released complete series of ‘Mass Dictatorship in the 20th Century’, which was planned and edited by him and published with the publication company called ‘Palgrave-Macmillan’. And last November, with ‘Everyday Life in Mass Dictatorship’, the series was completed.
This public dictatorship series, which consist of five research reports, got out of the stereotype from ‘force and suppression of authority = dictatorship’ and take a look at the academic achievement of international studies field regarding ‘dictatorship from below’ to promote voluntary mobilization and bring up the audiences’ participation. This five series of research reports takes a look at the topic of gender politics, modernity, daily life, memories and imagination also beyond general comparison target such as Fascism, Nazism, Stalinism and so on to present ground component command point of views towards individual dictatorship of Asia and Africa and communist dictatorship of periphery. The completion of this series is meaningful in that professor Lim Jie-hyun created a new paradigm to understand the ‘public dictatorship’ that has been accepted in the international community.
On the other hand, in June 2016, on both days 16th and 17th there will be international academic conference at Contemporary history research center(ZZF) of Potsdam and ‘Transnational Institute of Humanities’(CGSI) as the jointly organization to celebrate the completion in publication of the series.