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HALL ANDREW(ほーるあんどりゅー) データ更新日:2022.04.06

准教授 /  比較社会文化研究院 文化空間部門 地球社会統合科学府


主な研究テーマ
日本帝国・植民地政策。特に満洲国と植民地朝鮮の教育・言語政策。
キーワード:帝国、植民地、言語、教育、満洲国、朝鮮、韓国
2010.03~2020.03.
従事しているプロジェクト研究
International Conference on Education and Language in Korea, 1875-1950
2016.07~2017.03, 代表者:Andrew Hall, The Academy of Korean Studies (韓国学中央研究院)
International Conference on Education and Language in Korea, 1875-1950研究会を2017年2月25−26日に福岡にて開催し、オーガナイザーを務めた。報告者13名(日本、韓国、カナダ、アメリカから). 報告内容は Education, Language, and the Intellectual Underpinnings of Modern Korea, 1875-1945として書籍化する予定.
国際ワークショップ: 「李氏朝鮮末期 日本植民地期における教育と言語」 “History of education and language in late Chosôn and Colonial-era Korea International Workshop”
2016.02~2016.02, 代表者:Andrew Hall, Kyushu University, 平成27年度九州大学教育研究プログラム・研究拠点形成プロジェクト(P&P).
九州大学教育研究プログラム・研究拠点形成プロジェクト(P&P) 「知の加工学」
2011.04~2013.03, 代表者:松永典子, 九州大学, 九州大学.
帝国「日本」による被支配民族教育の比較研究
2008.04~2010.04, 代表者:稲葉 継雄, 九州大学, 科研(日本文科省)


基本的に朝鮮・台湾・南洋など各地域研究の形で進行してきた植民地教育研究の枠組みを変え、研究協力体制を簡便に構築できるネットワークを形成することが目的である。

いわゆる「外地」と呼ばれた地域の実地調査を進め、コリアン・ディアスポラを巡る問題を教育史を通して糾明し、さらに、各地域の研究者が一同に会する研究会を開催したり、世界韓国学研究コンソーシアム(UCLA、SOAS、ソウル大学校、北京大学、ハーバード大学、オーストラリア国立大学などで組織)を活用することで研究のネットワーク化を進めた。
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研究業績
主要著書
主要原著論文
1. Andrew Hall, Japan's Education Policies in Korea in the 1910s: ‘Thankful and Obedient’, Journal of Korean Studies, 10.1215/07311613-7932272, 25, 1, 115-145, 2020.03, [URL], In the 1910s the Japanese colonial officials worked to legitimize their recently acquired rule of Korea through providing public elementary education, gradually expanding from an initially limited offering. Their public schools existed in tension with Korean-run private schools that the Japanese barely tolerated. There was also a tension within the Japanese camp over the proper curriculum for the public elementary schools. The Korean Education Ordinance of August 1911 was a compromise between Japanese officials in Korea, who generally favored a gradual approach to colonial rule, and Japanese educators and officials in Japan, who generally were optimistic about Japan’s ability to assimilate the Koreans through education. The paper expands our understanding of the process of drafting the ordinance, which resulted in an eclectic compromise between the two camps. The article goes on to examine the Japanese “National Language” and “Korean and Literary Sinitic” textbooks published by the government during the 1910s, and finds that this compromise resulted in messages of thankfulness and obedience, as well as messages of Japanese superiority and Korean backwardness. Finally, it reviews the Japanese attempts to control Korean-run private schools. This article explicates the creation and implementation of colonial education policy by examining internal and extremal documents published by the Korea Government-General and its employees, the textbooks the government published, and Japanese education journals. .
2. Andrew Reed Hall, The Manchukuo education bureaucracy: Japanese New Education reformers and a clash of ideologies, 韓国言語文化研究, 22, 2016.02, Colonial rule in Manchukuo was a chaotic mix of interests and ideologies. Kwantung Army officers, the local Japanese settler community, experienced bureaucrats recently arrived from Japan, and collaborating Chinese all took part in the administration of the state. Although for many years scholars have noted the generative role military officers in the field played in Japanese foreign policy in the 1920s and 1930s, recently they have come to appreciate that the administration of the empire was also disjointed and ad-hoc, rather than centralized and monolithic. The Governors-General of both Taiwan and Korea were both appointed directly by the emperor, and thus enjoyed considerable authority to plan and carry out policies without approval from the Japanese cabinet. Although the Army leadership in Tokyo regained control over the Kwantung Army and won oversight over the puppet state by 1934, day-to-day administration of Manchukuo remained in the hands of the Kwantung Army and its hand-chosen civilian officials. As long as the military retained firm control of the colonies, the Japanese Army allowed the colonial authorities to govern as they saw fit, and even helped to minimize pressures from the civilian segments of the Tokyo government.
This paper introduces the nature of the Manchukuo government, and summarizes the history of the state’s education bureaucracy and school structure.
Although this chapter focuses on the Japanese policy makers who created the Manchukuo education system, there were also many non-Japanese, particularly Chinese, officials within the education bureaucracy. Unlike in Korea and Taiwan, Manchukuo was established on the premise that the local non-Japanese population created the state and were at the center of its rule. In reality, of course, the Japanese tightly held on to the reigns of power..
3. Andrew Reed Hall, First Steps towards Assimilation: Japanese-Run Education in Korea, 1905-1910, Acta Koreana, 18, 2, 357-391, 2015.12, [URL], During the Protectorate era of 1905–1910 Japanese officials in Korea used education as a tool in their attempt to transform the Korean population into a people both friendly and cooperative towards Japan. As Korea was still formally an independent country, these officials could not openly call for assimilation. Yet they systematically worked to leverage the Koreans’ growing passion for education to achieve their goals, through taking over the largely moribund Korean public school system. The public school system had languished with little public or popular support since its creation in 1895, and the Japanese turned it into a well-funded, planned, and staffed elementary school system, with assurance of job placement upon graduation. Many Korean elites, however, feared the loss of sovereignty and the impact on patriotism a Japanese-run system could cause, and a wave of private “patriotic” and Christian school openings resulted. The annexation of Korea in 1910 made Japanese control over public education complete, and increased the pressure on private schools to conform. This article will examine the internal and public writings of the leading Japanese officials in Korea in this period, such as Itō Hirobumi, Shidehara Taira, Tawara Magoichi, Mitsuchi Chūzō to understand their goals and explicate the system they created, including curriculum requirements, the expansion of elementary education, the hiring of Japanese teachers, as well as the suppression of secondary schooling, and the suppression of modern private schools. In particular it will analyze the content of the language textbooks they published..
4. Andrew Reed Hall, The Word is Mightier than the Throne: Bucking colonial education trends in Manchukuo, Journal of Asian Studies, 10.1017/S002191180999009X, 68, 3, 895-925, 2009.08, [URL].
主要総説, 論評, 解説, 書評, 報告書等
1. Andrew Reed Hall, Review of Imperial Eclipse: Japan’s Strategic Thinking About Continental Asia Before August 1945, by Yukiko Koshiro, . International Journal of Asian Studies, 11:2, 2014.07, [URL].
2. Andrew Reed Hall, History of Education and Language in Late Choson and Colonial-era Korea: Guest Editors' Introduction, Acta Koreana, 2015.12, [URL], Studies of modern Korean history usually focus on the historical break of the Japanese annexation of 1910. But as we have seen from other discourses of dis- ruption, they often conceal trends and continuities that traverse the historical divide. This special journal issue seeks to elucidate the broader trends of the 1876 to 1945 period, when the desire for “modern” education and culture collided with concerns over ethnic authenticity and cultural identity. The authors approach these problems from a variety of perspectives by examining the public and private spheres, modernizing and traditional influences, and considering the interplay of Korean, Japanese, and Western contexts.
The authors of this issue’s special theme hope to contribute to the already existing body of research on modern education and language in early modern Korean history. Scholars in Korea, Japan, and English-speaking parts of the world have shown great interest in the establishment and development of modern education in late nineteenth-century, early twentieth-century Korea. Unfortunately, the diverse views produced from these different parts of the world often do not engage with each other. Ours is an attempt to promote scholarly exchange across borders and to create a broader dialogue amongst all historians of Korea..
主要学会発表等
1. Andrew Reed Hall, Japanese Education Policies in Korea, 1910-1919: Obedience First, Loyalty Later, European Socieal Science History Conference, 2016.04.
2. Andrew Reed Hall, First steps towards assimilation: Japanese-run education in Korea, 1905-1910., Association for Asian Studies, 2014.03, An examination of the internal workings and attitudes of the Japanese in the Korean Ministry of Education. I will examine their education policies, and analyze the curriculum they created focusing on language policy and national consciousness, including an analysis of the Ministry of Education textbooks. .
3. Andrew Reed Hall, Education as National forming Scheme in Manchukuo, Asian Studies Conference Japan (日本アジア研究学会), 2013.06, Discussant of a panel of four papers, written by Ulrich Flick, Jiaru Sun, Issei Yamamoto, and Masakazu Matsuoka..
4. Andrew Reed Hall, Independence Gained and Lost: Japanese-produced textbooks in colonial Korea and Manchuria, Association for Asian Studies Conference, 2006.04.
5. Andrew Reed Hall, The Development of a Puppet Ideology in Manchukuo, Southwest Conference on Asian Studies, AAS, 2005.10.
6. Andrew Reed Hall, The Word is Mightier than the Throne: Bucking colonial education trends in Manchukuo, Association for Asian Studies Conference, 2005.04.
学会活動
所属学会名
日本植民地教育史研究会
The Association for Asian Studies
学会誌・雑誌・著書の編集への参加状況
2015.09~2019.02, Dialogue: A Journal of Mormon Thought, 国際, 編集委員.
2015.09~2015.12, Acta Koreana, 国際, 編集委員.
学術論文等の審査
年度 外国語雑誌査読論文数 日本語雑誌査読論文数 国際会議録査読論文数 国内会議録査読論文数 合計
2017年度      
2016年度      
研究資金
寄附金の受入状況
2017年度, The Academy of Korean Studies (韓国学中央研究院), Korean Studies Grant. , International Conference on Education and Language in Korea, 1875-1950.
学内資金・基金等への採択状況
2015年度~2016年度, 九州大学P&P特別枠(Ⅲ:人文・社会科学分野の研究交流奨励), 代表, 2016年2月李氏朝鮮末期 日本植民地期における教育と言語国際ワークショプ.

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