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특집 : 역사의 기억, 문학적 증언 ; 숭고의 역사에서 트라우마의 역사로: 워즈워스의 『서곡』읽기

Reading History in Wordsworth`s The Prelude: From the Sublime to the Traumatic

유선무 ( Son Moo Ryu )
  • : 영미문학연구회
  • : 안과밖 38권0호
  • : 연속간행물
  • : 2015년 05월
  • : 12-40(29pages)
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1. 사실과 허구의 중간 지점: 증언과 자서전
2. 숭구로 읽는 역사, 트라우마로 읽는 역사
3. 결론을 대신하여: 진보적 역사관과 선형적 시간을 넘어서

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This essay is yet another attempt to reread Wordsworth’s representation of history by drawing on the recent advances in trauma theory. While Wordsworth has often been accused of eliding history by substituting its material elements with aestheticized sublime moments of imagination, this essay claims that The Prelude shifts from a sublime approach to history to a traumatized one. The shift represents Wordsworth’s exploration of the complex and problematic relationships among memory, trauma, and writing. These issues are also prominent in a recent ethical turn in historiography concerning the role of historians who must heed to the memories of survivors, with an awareness of how the remembrance of the past is sometimes repressed, distorted, and exaggerated. Wordsworth contributes to these debates by providing a model of empathetic representation that bridges the site of individual trauma with a collective form of historical trauma. This model challenges the linear and progressive model of history that calls for dialogical interaction between past and present.

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저자 : 한예림 ( Han Yehrim )

발행기관 : 영미문학연구회 간행물 : 안과밖 51권 0호 발행 연도 : 2021 페이지 : pp. 14-40 (27 pages)

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This paper examines Shakespeare's History of Henry the Fourth (1 Henry IV) in the light of Prince Hal's prodigal narrative of “investment” and “reformation” displaying the salient feature of early capitalist reconception of “loss” as potential profit. The etymology of the word “invest,” which is now commonly understood in the economic sense, originates from the word “vest,” i.e. “to clothe.” In Shakespeare's period, it meant to vest a person with a position or power, in other words, to appoint a person of a certain political office. Hal's prodigal narrative leading toward his succession of the crown involves this political economy of “invest” derived from the expansion of the word: from its initial political usage to incorporate economic meaning, as in “to invest” money for future profit. This paper especially reconsiders Prince Hal's political prudence to perform “prodigality” and his reckless adventure against his double Hotspur as a form of “investment”, an act of risk-taking despite the future uncertainty. I aim to contextualize the meaning and the process of prince Hal's narrative of “stray and return” in the literary history of prodigals, ultimately to demonstrate that the prodigal prince's audacious ethos of risk-taking venture is inextricably linked to post-Reformation skepticism.

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2남해로 가는 길 : 로빈슨 크루소 삼부작에서 읽는 자본주의의 거품기 작동 이야기

저자 : 전인한 ( Jeon In-han )

발행기관 : 영미문학연구회 간행물 : 안과밖 51권 0호 발행 연도 : 2021 페이지 : pp. 39-66 (28 pages)

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This paper aims to examine Daniel Defoe's Robinson Crusoe Trilogy, that is, Robinson Crusoe (1719), The Further Adventures of Robinson Crusoe (1720), and Serious Reflections During the Life and Surprising Adventures of Robinson Crusoe (1720), as a meta-narrative that justifies Daniel Defoe's conviction about the British venture into the South Seas. Daniel Defoe strongly believes that Britain's success as a trading nation depends on the successful venture into the South Seas. His last novel, A New Voyage Round the World (1724), is literary propaganda for his conviction about the South Seas where, the anonymous speaker asserts, there are ample opportunities to gather infinite wealth free from the law of scarcity. This paper argues that Robinson Crusoe Trilogy serves as the passage to the South Seas because Defoe reveals in these novels why his island is a failure as a colony, how fierce is the competition for advantageous trade in the China Sea, and why it is impossible to have the favourable balance of trade with China, the master of 18th-century global commerce. Robinson Crusoe Trilogy expresses Defoe's argument as a mercantilist, this paper suggests, that Britain should establish free and advantageous trade with a region where there are favourable conditions for trade. Robinson Crusoe Trilogy becomes the passage to the South Seas because Defoe, through the adventures of Robinson Crusoe, argues this fantastic region is indeed the South Seas. However, this paper contends, through making promises about the future venture into the South Seas, Defoe becomes entangled with the capitalism working the whipping machine, as capitalism operates by making promises about the future (attracting investment/raising debt), converting that promise (investment/debt) into stock, and postponing the realization of the promise while inflating the share price. By fantasizing about a South Seas that is free from the law of scarcity but cannot exist in reality, Defoe implicates himself unwittingly with the South Sea Bubble which comes to burst in 1721.

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319세기말의 장기 공황과 『드라큘라』의 정보자본주의 : 정보조직의 기술화와 단행본 서사의 재탄생

저자 : 윤미선 ( Yun Misun )

발행기관 : 영미문학연구회 간행물 : 안과밖 51권 0호 발행 연도 : 2021 페이지 : pp. 65-94 (30 pages)

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This paper proposes that the novel Dracula (1896) should be read as a response to the Long Depression that began in 1873 and ended in 1896, which contributed to the establishment of the so-called early Information Age geared by the capital's labor management innovation. It focuses especially on the format of the novel as a single-volume publication without any prior serialization: an innovative practice that departed from the then standard format of three-volume publications for the circulating library with serialization in monthly magazines. Such an innovation in the publishing industry was a part of the self-renewal of the industries under the pressure of the Depression. Bram Stoker, a manager of the middle-brow Lyceum Theatre and a hack author under the old system, inclined to the innovation and welcomed the new practice. Dracula is a story of the fight against the Long Depression by the middle class in crisis, who actively adopts the information technology to be competitive. It is a story of the early Information Age not just in that the increasingly popularized typewriter appears as the crucial medium to reveal the truth of Dracula: the Depression as a mixture of the rational and the irrational of capitalism. The novel also reflects the mechanism of Information Capitalism, since the value of the information created by the labor of cognition, communication and co-operation of plural agents, especially through the labor of the woman Mina Murray, is appropriated by one person in the making of the novel's single-volume form. It is the editor of the story - supposedly the declared author of the book's postscript, Jonathan Harker, Mina's lawyer husband - who has the final authority over the narrative. He, not unlike Stoker, represents the patriarchal middle class that came to join successfully the reinforced capitalist force of the British Empire after the Depression, which was overcome with the aid of the information technology developed in order to manage labor.

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4할리우드 금융위기 서사와밀레니얼 '반(反)영웅'의 탄생

저자 : 조충환 ( Joe Chung-hwan )

발행기관 : 영미문학연구회 간행물 : 안과밖 51권 0호 발행 연도 : 2021 페이지 : pp. 93-117 (25 pages)

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The September 11 attacks as well as The Great Recession (which resulted from the subprime mortgage crisis in 2007) has affected the collective identity of Millennials in America. While The September 11 attacks have influenced millennials' political perspective, the Great Repression has too often determined the economic condition of many millennials through a vicious of bankruptcy, to unemployment, and to increasing pressure to pay back student's loan, and to bankruptcy again. This article analyzes Hollywood films portraying the financial crisis, subprime mortgage crisis, and financial workers through an antihero lens: Limitless (2011), Cosmopolis (2012), The Big Short (2015) and Buffaloed (2019).
Millennials, who were frustrated at the unsuccessful result of Occupy Wall Street, which tried to subvert the financial system, resonated with these films. These films appeal to millennials with an anti-elitism sentiment, particularly against Wall Street, by showing the way that they can appropriate and take advantage of the flaws instead of changing the corrupt system. For example, The Big Short and Buffaloed introduce financial literacy, the ability to understand and effectively manage various financial skills including saving, investing and debt to the audience by characters breaking the fourth wall and talking to the audience directly like an economy tutor. The audience can understand how the financial system works and where it fails and follow how the characters in these films successfully beat the system.
The GameStop incident proves a real-life example where minority shareholders manipulated the stock price of GameStop by discussing it on an online forum. This incident (resulting from discussion on subreddit called “Wall Street Bets”) has become an iconic event showing millennials fighting back against Wall Street controlled hedge funds. This event has been also currently being developed into a movie which will portray antihero millennials while the stock price of AMC entertainment, the only film theater stock listed on US stock market skyrocketed and touched more than 20 times in five months by “Wall Street Bets.”

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5창의융합인재 교양교육 강화에 대한비판적 고찰

저자 : 최예정 ( Choi Yejung )

발행기관 : 영미문학연구회 간행물 : 안과밖 51권 0호 발행 연도 : 2021 페이지 : pp. 117-145 (29 pages)

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The University Basic Capability Evaluation conducted nationwide in 2021 made a huge impact on the formation of university curricula. The number of institutions in Korean higher education has rapidly increased during the past four decades, which resulted in the reshuffling of college education per se. Korean universities no longer exist only for social elites; rather they have continuously expanded reaching out to the nation's broader population. Meanwhile, academic capitalism has come to prevail over higher education in Korea as it does in the US. As the number of college applicants continues to decrease, Korean universities are facing greater pressure from the market and the government alike. In particular, the Ministry of Education looms large as the sole arbiter of their institutional reputation and national funding by evaluating universities.
To meet the requirements of the University Basic Capability Evaluation, university administrators have worked hard to create a “Creativity and Convergence Competency Enhancement Curriculum” within the existing framework of liberal arts curriculum. Generally, convergence education in Korea means interdisciplinary eduction. However, many interdisciplinary courses in liberal arts divisions, created in response to the pressure of the government-led evaluation, have exposed many limitations and shortcomings primarity due to the uncertainty of the definition, goal and efficacy of those courses. One possible solution to the problems is to remove the strict division in a credit ditribution system between liberal arts courses and major courses while continuing to build a meaningful bridge between them in a more flexible manner. Another solution is to revise the current government evaluation guidelines in a way that better reflects and increases the diversity of university education.

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6창의융합 시대 인문교양교육에 대한비판적 고찰 및 제언 : 영문학의 사례를 중심으로

저자 : 노동욱 ( Noh Dongwook )

발행기관 : 영미문학연구회 간행물 : 안과밖 51권 0호 발행 연도 : 2021 페이지 : pp. 144-172 (29 pages)

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This study critically discusses the current state of liberal arts education in Korea in the era of creative convergence. Specifically, this study examines whether the demands of the times for fostering creative convergence talent are effectively being met through the nation's liberal arts education. Today, all Korean universities cry out for “interdisciplinary convergence” as an antidote to the crisis of higher education; however, even professors in the same department put up a firm fence around their major field of study in the real world. Widely using co-teaching methods across disciplinary boundaries can help to tackle this problem. Moreover, this study proposes how the humanities can be renewed afresh in resistance to the fiercely pragmatist trend blasted on universities and societies more broadly, how to appeal to students (or the public) more effectively, and what to do with the humanities more immediately, focusing on the case of English literature specifically. It is necessary to have students (or the public) recognize that the humanities are studies that can not only change human beings in the long term, but also meet students' 'practical' needs in the short term as well. This study discusses and proposes a plan for promoting both together, reinstating the intrinsic value of the humanities, and stressing and drawing social utility from such a value. In this context, this study sheds new light on the 'problem-solving ability' that can be developed through liberal arts education as an important agenda. Lastly, it shows the ways in which the humanities scholars can better aid and guide the students on the job market through long-term efforts to normalize the humanities fields and higher education more generally.

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7모더니즘과 세계 : '글로벌 모더니즘'의 국외 연구동향

저자 : 한솔지 ( Han Seolji )

발행기관 : 영미문학연구회 간행물 : 안과밖 51권 0호 발행 연도 : 2021 페이지 : pp. 172-192 (21 pages)

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This paper introduces the recent development of “Global Modernist Studies” and explores the critical issues this new perspective raises in literary studies. With the increasing concern for global economy and transnational forms of political practices, Modernist studies has particularly been responsive to the new need for a “global” perspective. Alternatively expressed in terms such as “transnational” or even “planetary,” Global Modernist Studies seeks to expand the scope of the field by including so-far marginalized authors from diverse national and cultural traditions, thereby departing from the traditional, particularly “Western” framework that has shaped the defining line of the field. It should be noted, however, that the concern of Global Modernism goes beyond just establishing a more inclusive literary canon. Instead, this new perspective calls for a more fundamental rethinking of how we define “modernism,” and further, “modernity,” which leads to a profound reassessment of how we conceive the “world.”
Although scholars have welcomed such a transformation in Modernist Studies, they have also voiced suspicion and worries about the potentially colonizing and homogenizing effects of Global Modernism. Scholars have warned about the danger of Western-based appropriation, as Modernist Studies enlarges its scope into a world-scale. Moreover, the radical expansion of the definition of “modernity” and “modernism” risks emptying out the meaning of the concepts; the radical relativization about what modernism/modernity means often deprives local practices of their firm embeddedness in the collective world history. Global Modernism invites us to think about how we can conceive “globality” while never giving up the perspective of the “local.” The difficult task of “Global Modernism” would be to avoid reproducing the expansionist logic of imperialism, without falling into the trap of relativization by making a transcending movement into happy coexistence of plurality. I argue that Global Modernist Studies can therefore benefit from a perspective that departs from epistemological conception of the world and instead thinks about the world as an ethical unit.

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10[서평] 이미 도래한 종말 : 조르조 아감벤 지음, 박문정 옮김 『얼굴 없는 인간』(효형출판, 2021)

저자 : 이하람

발행기관 : 영미문학연구회 간행물 : 안과밖 51권 0호 발행 연도 : 2021 페이지 : pp. 205-212 (8 pages)

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저자 : 김재오

발행기관 : 영미문학연구회 간행물 : 안과밖 38권 0호 발행 연도 : 2015 페이지 : pp. 2-10 (9 pages)

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2특집 : 역사의 기억, 문학적 증언 ; 숭고의 역사에서 트라우마의 역사로: 워즈워스의 『서곡』읽기

저자 : 유선무 ( Son Moo Ryu )

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This essay is yet another attempt to reread Wordsworth's representation of history by drawing on the recent advances in trauma theory. While Wordsworth has often been accused of eliding history by substituting its material elements with aestheticized sublime moments of imagination, this essay claims that The Prelude shifts from a sublime approach to history to a traumatized one. The shift represents Wordsworth's exploration of the complex and problematic relationships among memory, trauma, and writing. These issues are also prominent in a recent ethical turn in historiography concerning the role of historians who must heed to the memories of survivors, with an awareness of how the remembrance of the past is sometimes repressed, distorted, and exaggerated. Wordsworth contributes to these debates by providing a model of empathetic representation that bridges the site of individual trauma with a collective form of historical trauma. This model challenges the linear and progressive model of history that calls for dialogical interaction between past and present.

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3특집 : 역사의 기억, 문학적 증언 ; 예외의 폭력, 공감의 기억, 구원의 윤리: 멜빌의 『빌리 버드』

저자 : 한광택 ( Kwang Taek Han )

발행기관 : 영미문학연구회 간행물 : 안과밖 38권 0호 발행 연도 : 2015 페이지 : pp. 39-59 (21 pages)

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This paper examines how Herman Melville in Billy Budd delves into the interlocking questions of violence of exception, recollection of sympathy, and ethics of salvation. In the novella, Melville's depiction of the titular character's exceptional tragedy-impressed into service and doomed to be executed despite his innocence-reveals the violence of law that victimizes him and the violence of traumatization caused by such victimization. In addition, Melville attends to how Billy's shipmates recall his execution so as to question the ethics of salvation which results from their sympathetic recollection of his death. Melville thus narrativizes Billy's tragic story as a profound critical reflection on the general myths of literature, sympathy, and salvation.

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4특집 : 역사의 기억, 문학적 증언 ; "결을 거슬러 역사를 솔질"하는 문학: 『밤의 눈』과 『소년이 온다』

저자 : 황정아 ( Jung A Hwang )

발행기관 : 영미문학연구회 간행물 : 안과밖 38권 0호 발행 연도 : 2015 페이지 : pp. 58-81 (24 pages)

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In “On the Concept of History,” Walter Benjamin instructs historians to regard it as their task “to brush history against the grain.” What is emphasized here is the need to “save” the past by investing the failures of the defeated with new historical meanings, rather than merely explicating the successes of victors. I believe that literature has long been performing this task, if not as its sole mission. The Eye of the Night (2012) and The Boy Is Coming (2014) are two recent examples of such literary works. The former delves into the National Guidance League (Bodo Yeonmaeing) massacre, a subject that had been a political taboo for several decades. Advocating the agency and responsibility of historical testimony, The Eye of the Night attests to the horrific details of the massacre as well as to its history of concealment and distortion concerning the massacre, as well as to its horrific details. The Boy Is Coming, on the other hand, questions the agency of testimony, addressing the trauma of the Gwangju Democratization Movement. The novel persistently denies historical sublimation or “working through,” because the historical “grain” it opposes represses historical trauma in the name of sublimation.

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5쟁점 : 갑을관계의 감정사회학

저자 : 김찬호 ( Chan Ho Kim )

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This essay seeks to delineate the contours of emotions stemming from multifaceted power relations in our daily lives, a subject that is currently receiving increased attention in Korean studies. The essay focuses on issues of anger and humiliation within the contexts of hierarchical power relations (popularly coined as “Gab-Eul relations”) and emotional labor. The collapse of the feudal class system and its surviving class-consciousness, distorted human relations deriving from rapid industrialization and lack of self-esteem loom behind a social atmosphere that fosters insult. The antidote, this essay argues, is to cultivate diverse forms of “safe relations” with an eye toward creating an open and “loose” coalition within civic society that may restore confidence in the public sphere.

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6시평 : 인문학 열풍에 관한 성찰과 제언: 시민인문학 강좌를 중심으로

저자 : 천정환 ( Jung Hwan Cheon )

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This essay examines the state of Citizen Humanities and its social significance while bearing in mind the future of the humanities in Korea. The flourishing of Citizen Humanities or the “popularization of the humanities” is a complex social phenomenon and an objective reality humanities face in Korea. Citizen Humanities courses can be categorized into six types, depending on the organizer, content, program, audience, execution, and their significance. Citizen Humanities can be abused to reinforce the strategies and language of dominance; it can also provide a site for thinking over the problematics of human dignity and liberation. Therefore, on top of seeking pedagogical innovations for Citizen Humanities, we need to critically examine the abstraction of humanities today and the incompetence of humanities scholars.

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7재조명 : 열광의 정치학: 미셸 푸꼬의 「계몽이란 무엇인가?」에 관하여

저자 : 이상길 ( Sang Gil Lee )

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This paper interprets Michel Foucault's lecture “What is Enlighten-ment?”(1983) as an outline of philosophical reflection on the public sphere's “aesthetic” dimension. Building on Kant's perspective on French Revolution and Enlightenment, Foucault suggests an affect-oriented conception of the public sphere which justifies his philosophical and political practices as “specific intellectual.” According to Foucault, modern philosophy is a kind of “radical journalism” whose role is to historically diagnose the present constitutive of “ourselves.” This paper examines how Foucault appropriates the Kantian notion of “enthusiasm” and proposes an alternative approach to the constitution and function of the public sphere. It also discusses the tension between the politics of “public sphere” and that of “specific intellectual” as reflected in “Foucault and the Iranian Revolution.”

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저자 : 이주리 ( Joo Ri Lee )

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The Dominican American author Junot Diaz arrived on the U.S. literary scene with his first book of short stories, Drown (1996), which vividly depicts the struggles of Dominican Republic immigrants in New Jersey to realize the American Dream. Diaz was awarded the Pulitzer Prize in 2008 for The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao (2007), his first novel about a Dominican American family overshadowed by Rafael Trujillo's dictatorship. In 2012, Diaz published This Is How I Lose Her, the second collection of short stories about male infidelity. Despite their thematic and stylistic differences, these books recover the lost voices of immigrants and outsiders who have been forced to keep silent while living in both the Dominican Republic and the U.S. Reading silence as the most explicit sign of violence, Diaz has sought to break oppressive silences through the act of writing. In accordance with this purpose of writing, Diaz's works create a hybrid and polyvocal space where the “invisible” is made visible and the “inaudible” is made audible. I show how Diaz registers multiple presences of outsiders in his three texts.

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저자 : 신현준 ( Hyun Joon Shin )

발행기관 : 영미문학연구회 간행물 : 안과밖 38권 0호 발행 연도 : 2015 페이지 : pp. 181-206 (26 pages)

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The untimely death of Shin Hae-chul (b. 1968) in 2014 is an incident whose full significance we have yet to grasp. After spending his teenager days as a rock kid in Dobong district of Seoul during the 1980s, shin became a succesful pop star in the late 1980s. Then he formed N.ex.T, one of the most influential rock bands in the mid-1990s. From then on, he also positioned himself as a spokesman of liberal politics through his critique of South Korean society. This paper traces Shin's geographic mobility and decodes the meanings of different places in Seoul (Jongro, Yeouido, and Gangnam) and London where he had studied music. By examining his practices in different places, the paper highlights the moments of his struggles in popular music and beyond. Shin Hae-chul's creativity lies in the communicative value and intensity of his performance.

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