Koen De Ceuster

Historien spécialiste de la Corée coloniale, Koen De Ceuster est maître de conférences au Centre d’Études coréennes de l’Université de Leiden aux Pays-Bas, où il enseigne l’histoire moderne et contemporaine de la Corée (Nord et Sud). Ses travaux et publications portent sur la collaboration, le nationalisme, l’historiographie et la politique de mémoire en Corée.

Interfaces et reconfigurations de la question Nord/Sud en Corée. Peer review

Valérie GelézeauEric BidetElisabeth ChabanolSébastien ColinKoen De CeusterAlain DelissenBenjamin Joinau et Marie-Orange Rivé-Lasan | 07.12.2010

Based on a pluridisciplinary approach of the concept of “interfaces,” the paper addresses the North/South issue on the Korean peninsula by considering the partition between North and South not as a simple backdrop but as a fundamental matrix structuring both societies. Three types of interfaces are identified and analyzed through various case studies: “spatial interfaces” (such as the inter-Korean border, the Sino-North-Korean border, and the economic enclaves developed within the North by South Korea), “social interfaces” (such as North [...]