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Curriculum Vitae



Han-Je  PARK (朴漢濟)




Education:

 March, 1969-February, 1973: Department of Asian History Seoul National University ( B.A)

 March, 1973-February, 1979: Department of Asian History Graduate School, Seoul National University (M.A)

 March, 1979-February, 1988: Department of Asian History Graduate School, Seoul National University (Ph.D.)

Professional Experiences:

 April, 1978-February, 1981: Research Assistant, Department of Asian History  Seoul National University

 March, 1981-February, 1985: Full Time Lecturer and Assistant Professor, Department of Korean History Kook Min University

 February, 1985-March, 1991: Full Time Lecturer and Assistant Professor Department of Asian History Seoul National University

 April, 1991-March, 1996: Associate Professor, Department of Asian History Seoul National University  

 April, 1996-present: Professor, Department of Asian History Seoul National University

 February, 1998-January, 2000: Chair, Department of Asian History Seoul National University

 September, 1999-September, 2001: Director, Institute for Asian Studies, Seoul  National University

 September, 2000-August, 2002: President, The Korean Society for Chinese Studies

 February,2002-January, 2003: Chair, Department of Asian History Seoul National University



Previous Experience Abroad:



 April to June 1990: Research Professor of Ochanomizu Women's University, College of Humanities and Education (invited by Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Joint Research with Prof. Kubozoe Yoshifumi)

 July 1990 to January 1991: Visiting Scholar at the Center for Chinese Studies, Taiwan (invited by Taiwan Ministry of Education)

 January 1996- January 1997:  Visiting Scholar, Center for Historical Research, Academy of Social Science, People's Republic of China

 December 17 to December 23 2001: Special Lecturer, gave a series of lectures entitled "Problems on the ethnicities in Chinese History" at The Institute of Modern Society and Culture in Graduate School of Niigata University, Japan

 August 2003- July 2004: Visiting Professor of Harvard-Yenching Institute, Harvard University United States of America



Military Service

13 December 1973- 20 July 1976 Infantry (demobilized in sergeant)



Publications:

Articles

 1) "A Picture of the Scholar-Official (Shia-Da-Fu) in the Transitional Period of Late Nan-Bei-Chao and Early Sui -- Especially based on the Family Instructions for the Yan Clan (Yan-Shi Jia-Xun) written by Yan Zhi-Tui.--"   The  Dong-A Mun-Hwa   [The Journal of S.N.U. Institute for Asian Studies] vol.16 (, Seoul, June 1979)

 2) "A Study on the Formation of the Vietnamese Independent Dynasty --The Establishing Process of Vietnamese Autonomy through the Consolidation of the Independent Foreign Relations and Governmental Organization.--"  S.N.U. Papers on Asian History , vol.3 (Seoul, December 1979)

 3) "North and South Relations in the Period of the Nan-Bei-Chao --Focused on Trade and Diplomatic Interrelationship between North and South.--"   Theses of Korean Studies [The Journal of Institute for Korean Studies] vol.4, Kook Min University (Seoul, February 1982)

 4) "Reflections on the Studies of Aristocracy of Wei-Chin, Nan-Bei-Chao." Theses of Korean Studies   [The Journal of Institute for Korean Studies] vol.5, Kook Min University ( Seoul, February 1983)

 5) " 'The Early Five- Barbarian' Regime and Chinese Literati-- With Special Reference to the Sino-Barbarian Relations.--"  Theses of Korean Studies   [The Journal of Institute for Korean Studies] vol.6, Kook Min University (Seoul, February 1984)

 6) "Ideals and Activities of Gao Yun(A.D.390- 487)-- In Comparison with Cui Hao--." Man in History (A Special Volume Dedicated to the Professor Byong-Ik Koh on the Occasion of the his Sixtieth Birthday) (Seoul, December 1984)

 7) "The Delimitation of Medieval Period of the Chinese History  in Japan." Papers in Chinese Studies [The Journal of Research Institute of Chinese Studies] vol.1, Kook Min University  (Seoul, February 1985)

 8) "Characteristics of Fu Jian's Regime-- The Relationship Between the Sino-Barbarian Synthesis and the Unification System--"   The Dong-A Mun-Hwa [The Journal of S.N.U. Institute for Asian Studies] vol.23 (Seoul, December 1985)

 9) "The Formation of the Equal-Field System in the Northern Wei and the Sino-Barbarian Synthesis." Dongyang Sahak Yonku [Journal of Asian Historical Studies] vol.24, The Society for Asian History, Seoul, Korea (Seoul, December 1986)

 10) "The Kingship in the Sino-Barbarian Synthesis of the Northern Wei." The Chin-Tan Hakpo [Scholarly Journal devoted to the Studies of Korean and her Neighbouring Countries] vol.64 (Seoul, December 1987)

 11) "Foreign Policies of Northern Wei and the Sino-Barbarian Synthesis--Evolution of the Unification System--" The Yoksa Hakbo [The Korean Historical Review] vol. 116, The Korean Historical Association  (Seoul, December 1987)

 12) "The Nature and the Transformation of Aristocracy in Wei, Chin and the Southern Dynasties-- In Comparison with the Feudal System --"  Lectures on Chinese History [Essays in Celebration of the 20th Anniversary of Department of Asian History S.N.U.] vol.2 (Seoul: Jisik-Sanup Sa Press, December 1989 )

 13) "Formation and Structure of the Sino-Barbarian Synthesis-- Pursuit of the Unification System--" Lectures on Chinese   History.[Essays in Celebration of the 20th Anniversary of Department of Asian History S.N.U.] vol. 2 (Seoul: Jisik-Sanup Sa Press, December 1989)

 14) "The Luoyang Society of Northern Wei and the Sino-Barbarian Synthesis-- A Study on the Planning of its Walls and Districts and the Distribution of its Population--" Tae-Dong Yearly Review of Classics  [Tae-Dong Institute of Classic Research] vol. 6 (Seoul, February 1990) Translated in Ochanomizu Shigaku 34 (Tokyo, 1991), Translated into Chinese, Heluo Chunqiu 1994-1.2,(Luoyang, 1994) and in Cultural Relics of Central China 1998-4(Zheng zhou, 1998)

 15) "The Background of the Invasion of the Sui Tang Dynasties over the Korean Peninsular--- The Strengthening of the Legitimacy of the Imperial Authority in the 7th- century China." Dongyang Sahak Yonku [Journal of Asian Historical Studies] vol.43, The Society for Asian History, Seoul, Korea (Seoul, April 1993)  

 16) "The Re-practice of Hu-xing and the Sino-Barbarian Synthesis--  The Purpose and Logic of Restoration San- shi- liu- guo  jiu- shi- jiu- xing System." Bei Chao Yanjiu (Northern Dynasties Research) 1993-2, (Datong, June 1993)

 17) "The Practice of Surname- Bestowaling in Western Wei-Northern Zhou and the Transformation of Local Groups(Xiangbing) into Perfect Troops (Fubing)."  Lishi Yanjiu (Historical Research) 1994-4 (Beijing, August 1994)

 18) "The Stage of the Poetry of Muran- The Battle of Rouran and Northern Wei during the reign of Xiao wen Emperor--" A Special Volume Dedicated to the Professor Gong- Bum Lee on the Occasion of the his Retirement (Seoul, September 1993)

 19) " 'Scholar Officials' Political Orientation and Character Evaluations during the Late Han and Wei-Jin Period : Focusing on the Formation of the Image of 'Wei-jin-ren',"  The Yoksa   Hakbo [The Korean Historical Review] vol.143, The Korean Historical Association  (Seoul, September 1994)

 20) "The Evolution of the Sino-Barbarian Synthesis in Western Wei-Northen Zhou Period: The Revival of Barbarian Surnames and Its Meaning" Journal of Studies on Wei텷in톁ui톂ang Dynasties vol.1, The Society for Studies of Wei텷in톁ui톂ang Dynasties (Seoul, 1994) Reprinted in Re-illumination of History vol.2,  Rebellions and Revolutions in History (Seoul, Sohwa Press, 1997)

 21) "The Development of the 'Qiaojiu' System and the Southern Dynasties," Dongyang Sahak Yonku [Journal of Asian Historical Studies] vol.50, The Society for Asian History, Seoul, Korea (Seoul, April 1995)  

 22) "The Locus of Yu Xin, a Touring Poet in the Late years of Southern and Northern Dynasties: A Comparative Study of Yan Zhi-tui" Human Images of East Asia(Festschrift for Prof. Won-Gu Hwang on His retirement), (Seoul: Hyean Press, 1995) Translated into Chinese, in Don Nan Wen Hwa 1998 second series (Nanjing, January 1999)

 23) "The 'Immigrations' in the History of the Eastern Jin and the Southern Dynasties : The Formation and the Development of the 'Qiaojiu' System," Dongyang Sahak Yonku [Journal of Asian Historical Studies] vol.53, The Society for Asian History, Seoul, Korea (Seoul, January 1996)  

 24) "The Evolution of the Qiaojiu System and the History of Eastern Jin and Other Southern Dynasties", Bei Chao Yan Jiu (Northern Dynasties Research) 20 (Datong, 1995), (Reprinted in Wei Jin Nan Bei Bei Zhao Yan Jiu (Hu Bei Peoples Press, Wuhan, 1996)

 25) "A Methodology for Wei텷in텻an-Bei-Chao톁ui톂ang History", Collected Essays on East Asia Dedicated to Prof. Moon-Kyung Kim on His Retirement (Seoul, 1996) (Translated into Chinese in Zhong Guo Qian Jin Dai Shi Lilun Guoji Xueshu Yan Tao Hui Lun Wen JI, (Hu Bei Peoples Press, Wuhan, 1997)

 26) "Types of Historical Chinese Capital Cities and Social Change: With a Focus on Tang-Song Transition" in History and City (Seoul: Seoul National University Press, 1999)

 27) "Wu Tze-Tian and the Eastern Capital Luoyang-- An Attempt to Shed Light on the Reason for Her Prolonged Residence in Luoyang and the Structural Change of the City."  Essays on Wu Tze-Tian, (ShanXi GuJi Press, Taiyuan, 1998)

 28) "Evolution of the Sino-Barbarian Synthesis in Eastern Wei-Northern Qi Period: The Dual Structure and Conflict between Chinese and Barbarians" (Seoul: Jisik Sanup sa, 1998)

 29) "The Sino-Barbarian Synthesis : A Reconsideration," YUJINSUDANGSA YONGU [Journal of Studies on Wei텷in톁ui톂ang Dynasties] vol.4, The Society for Studies of Wei텷in톁ui톂ang Dynasties, Seoul, Korea (Seoul, December 1998)

 30) "The Spatial Structure of Tang Changan and the Lives of Frontier Men" Festschrift for Prof. Hae-jong Jeon on the Occasion of His Eightieth Birthday (Seoul: Jisik Sanup sa, 2000)

 31) "Formation of Equal-Field System in the Northern Wei: Conquest Rulers' Effort for Securing Resources & the Quota-Production System," The  Dong-A Mun-Hwa   [The Journal of S.N.U. Institute for Asian Studies] vol.37 (Seoul, December 1999)

 32) "The Selection of the Site and the Structure of Tongwan-Cheng, the Capital of the Helian Xia Dynasty(A.D. 407-431)," Dongyang Sahak Yonku [Journal of Asian Historical Studies] vol.69, The Society for Asian History, Seoul, Korea (Seoul, January 2000)  

 33) "The Implications of Choosing the Capital Cities by Dynasties during the Era of Disunification in China(A.D220-580)," The Yoksa   Hakbo [The Korean Historical Review] vol.168, The Korean Historical Association (Seoul, December 2000)

 34) "The Adoption of the Bureaucratic System in Zhouli and its Meaning during the Western Wei and Northern Zhou Dynasties," The Chung Kuk Hak Po[Journal of Chinese studies] vol.42, The Korean Society for Chinese Studies (Seoul, December 2000)

 35) "The Rule of 'Barbarian' States over North China and Equal-Field System of the Northern Wei," Journal of Studies on Wei텷in톁ui톂ang Dynasties vol.8, The Society for Studies of Wei텷in톁ui톂ang Dynasties (Seoul, August 2001)

 36) "The Policy towards the Peoples and Equal-Field System(Jun Tian Zhi) in the Northern Wei,"  The  Dong-A Mun-Hwa   [The Journal of S.N.U. Institute for Asian Studies] vol.39 (Seoul, December 2001)

 37) "Translation and Annotation of Northern Wei Equal-Field Code", S.N.U. Papers on Asian History, vol. 25 (Seoul, December 2001)

 38) "Barbarians' rule of Northern China and Northen Wei's Equal-Field System", Historical World of China- Unifying Systems and Multi- Directional Development, Tokyo, Tokyo Do Ritsu University Press, (Tokyo, February 2002)

 39) "Scenes from Sui-Tang Changan's Marketplace -- The Arena of Sino-Barbarian Synthesis" History Education, The Society for Historical Education (Seoul, December 2002)

 40) " Cities in Ancient China : An Analysis of the City-Structures from Han to Tang dynasties" Lectures on Ancient Korean History 7, The Institute of Developing of Trace of Garak dynasties (Seoul, December 2002)

 41) "Apologia for the Theory of the Sino-Barbarian Synthesis -- Reply to the critical comments of Professors Yucheol Kim, Zhou Weizhou and Yoshiaki Kawamoto", The Yoksa   Hakbo [The Korean Historical Review] vol.177, The Korean Historical Association (Seoul, March 2003)

 42) "Building an Original Historical view by a Historian: Prof. Min Tu-ki's Studies on Chinese Ancient and Medieval History and its Meaning", YUJINSUDANGSA YONGU [Journal of Studies on Wei Jin Sui Tang Dynasties] Vol.10, The Society for Studies of Wei Jin Sui Tang Dynasties (Seoul, September 2003)



Books;



 1) The Outline of Lecture on Asian History. ed. by Professor Tu-Ki Min et al. (Seoul: Jisik-Sanup Sa Press, August 1981)

 2) A Study of the Sino-Barbarian Synthesis in Medieval China (Seoul: Il-Cho-Gak Press, March 1988)

 3) Fifty Years of my Life : A Self-Portrait (Seoul, Hangilsa, October 1997)

 4) Traveling across a Millenium of Eurasia, co-authored (Seoul: Sagyejeol, May 2002)

 5) The Light and Shadow of the Age of Heroes : Three Kingdom, Five-Barbarians and Sixteen Dynasties (Excursion into Chinese History with Prof. Park Han-je 1), (Seoul: Sagyejeol, April 2003)

 6) Romance and Tragedy in Jiangnan : Eastern Jin and Southern Dynasties (Excursion into Chinese History with Prof. Park Han-je 2), (Seoul: Sagyejeol, April 2003)

 7) Long March to the Empire : Northern Dynasties, Sui and Early Tang Ages (Excursion into Chinese History with Prof. Park Han-je 3), (Seoul: Sagyejeol, April 2003)



References: Professor Tae-Su Lee Dean of College of Humanities,  Seoul National University

           

I hereby certify the above statement to be true in every detail.



                                        Han-Je Park

                                        College of Humanities

                                        Seoul National University

                                        Seoul 151-745, Korea
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