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Lecture 3 - Lecture 3 I Hara's"Korea China and Western...

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Lecture 3 I) Hara’s “Korea, China, and Western Barbarians” a. How is Hara responding to previous histories of late Choson diplomacy by trying to make a new point about its operating principles? =Author’s problematic b. Hermit Kingdom c. Ruler-Subject relationship d. An attempt to rethink negative sterotype e. Goes through letters and communication f. National Sovereignty g. Predictable pattern of relations, distance between Korea/(china/outside world) g.i. Beneficial g.ii. Limits connection to outside world II) Based on Hara’s evidence, do you think Choson’s tributary relationship with the Qing came to function more as a restrictive force or one that allowed for Korea’s empowerment? a. Empowerment, execution of chinese by Koreans due to Christianity III) TODAY’S Lecture (1860-1882) a.i. Gunboat Diplomacy and its Discontents b. Taewon gun’s unsuccessful efforts at royal restoration to check yangban power and expel foreign “barbarians” c. Rise of Meiji Japan (1868-1912) as regional power on peninsula resulted in unequal treaties and treaty ports d. Renewed efforts by Qing China shored up its influence over Korea by mediating unequal treaties with West e. Tensions among Choson Korea, Meiji Japan, and Qing China culminated in 1882 Soldiers’ Mutiny and beyond f.
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