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Unformatted text preview: Key Terms for K50: Part 1 (Winter 2012) Please note that not all these terms appear in the Hwang textbook. Some will be covered in class and/or other assigned readings. Introduction Tan'gun Neolithic Period: Comb-pattern pottery, Totemism Old Chosn: Chinese iron culture and Scytho-Siberian bronze culture Wiman Chosn (194-108 BCE) Four Chinese Commanderies: Nangnang/Lolang controversy Three Han (Samhan): Mahan, Chinhan, Pynhan Puy (2nd century BCE-494 CE) Kogury (37 BCE-668 CE) Hwang, ch 1 Kogury (37 BCE-668 CE) King Kwanggaet'o (r. 391-413) lchi Mundk (fl. 7th c) Tomb wall paintings Hwang, ch 2 Silla (57 BCE-935 CE) Queen Sndk (r. 632-647) Hwabaek (Council of Nobles) Kim Ch'unch'u (King Tae'jong Muyl, r. 654-661) Kim Yusin Hwarang and Five Secular Injunctions History of the Three Kingdoms (Samguk sagi, 1145, compiled by Kim Pusik) Buddhism: Scholastic/Textual/Kyo, Meditational/Sn Paekche (18 BCE-660 CE) Kaya (42-562 CE) Hwang, ch 3 Later Silla Chang Pogo (787-841?), Ch'nghae Fortress Bone-Rank System: Hallowed Bones, True Bones, Head Ranks 6-1 Ch'oe Ch'iwn (b. 857) Parhae/P'ohai (698-926): Tae Choyng (r. 698-719), Malgal people Hwang, ch 4 Later Paekche (est. 892), Kynhwn (r. 892-934) Later Kogury (est. 901), Kungye (r. 901-918) Kory (918-1392) Wang Kn (King T'aejo, r. 918-943), Ten Injunctions King Kwangjong (r. 949-974): Slave Review Act (956), Civil Service Examination (958) Hwang, ch 5 King Injong (r. 1122-1146) Yi Chagym's Rebellion (d. 1126) Myoch'ng's Rebellion (d. 1135) Kim Pusik (1075-1151) Tripitaka Koreana (1087, 1251) Chinul (1157-1210), Chogye Buddhism Military Coup of 1170 Ch'oe House Rule (1196-1258): Ch'oe Ch'unghn Peasant Rebellions Slave Disturbances: Manjk's Revolt (1198) Hwang, ch 6 Mongol Yuan Dynasty (1271-1368) Tribute demands Lady/Empress Ki (d. ca. 1370) King Kongmin (r. 1351-1374) Hwang, ch 7 Chosn (1392-1910) Yi Snggye (King T'aejo, r. 1392-1398) Chng Tojn (1342-1398) Yi Pangwn (King T'aejong, r. 1400-1418) King Sejong (r. 1418-1450): Hunmin chngm (1446) Hwang, ch 8 Literati Purges (1498-1545): Meritorious Elite vs. Sarim (rural Neo-Confucian literati) Korean Neo-Confucianism Yulgok (Yi I, 1536-84) T'oegye (Yi Hwang, 1501-70) Four-Seven Debate Confucianism and the Korean Family Sin Saimdang (1504-1551) Hwang, ch 9 Imjin Wars/Hideyoshi Invasions (1592-1598) Yi Sunsin (1545-1598), Turtle ships (kbuksn) Righteous Armies (ibyng) Manchu Invasions (1627, 1636) Hwang, ch 10 King Sukchong (r. 1674-1720) Queen Inhyn (1667-1701) Lady Chang (1659-1701) Social Classes: Yangban Chungin ("middle people") Commoners (peasants, artisans, merchants) Lowborn (ch'nmin) including paekchng and slaves Uniform Land-Tax Law (taedongpp, 1608, 1708), kongin (tribute men) Factionalism: Four Colors (Sasaek: Old Doctrine, Young Doctrine, Southerners, Northerners) King Yngjo (r. 1724-76), King Chngjo (1776-1800) and Policy of Impartiality (t'angpy'ngch'aek) In-law government (sedo chngch'i, 19th c) Hwang, ch 11 Practical Learning (Sirhak), Northern Learning's "Utility for the greater good" Pak Chega (1750-1805) Chng Yagyong (1762-1836) Hwang, ch 12 Popular culture in late Chosn: Folk tales, P'ansori music Hwang, ch 13 Hong Kyngnae Rebellion (1811-12) "Uphold Orthodoxy and Reject Heterodoxy" (Wijng ch'ksa) Movement (1860s-1890s) Shak (Western Learning, Catholicism) and Catholic Persecutions (especially those of 1801, 1839) King Kojong (1852-1919; r. 1864-1907) Queen Min (1851-1895) Taewn'gun (regent 1864-1873) Tonghak Religion (f. about 1860) and Ch'oe Che-u (1824-1864) French Disturbance (1866) General Sherman Incident (1866), American Disturbance (1871) Hwang, ch 14 Uny Incident (1875), Treaty of Kanghwa (1876) Korean-American Treaty (1882) Soldiers' Riot (Imo kullan, 1882) Kapsin Coup of 1884 Tonghak Uprisings (1894): Chn Pongjun (1855-1895) Sino-Japanese War (1894-1895), Treaty of Shimonoseki (1895), Triple Intervention (1895) Kabo Reforms (1894-1896) King Kojong to Russian Legation (1896-1897) Hwang ch 15 Enlightenment thought and Yi Snghun (1756-1801) Independence Club (Tongnip hyphoe, f. 1896) Great Korean Empire (Taehan cheguk, 1897-1910) and rise of trade and industrialization Anglo-Japanese Alliance (1902) Russo-Japanese War (1904-1905), Taft-Katsura Agreement (July 1905), Treaty of Portsmouth (Sept. 1905) Preview of List 2 Protectorate Treaty (1905) Annexation (Aug. 22, 1910) ...
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