In this paper I will introduce Park Jega's books in the "Fujitsuka Chikashi Collection" housed in the Harvard Yenching Library. Fujitsuka Chikashi (1879-1948), a professor of Chinese philosophy at Keijo Imperial University, started research on the interaction between Korean and Chinese scholars during the 18th to 19th centuries. He especially focused on the Joseon era Confucian scholar Kim Jeong-hui (1786-1856), on whom he wrote his PhD dissertation, while at Tokyo Imperial University. He collected many books and letters of Joseon Confucian scholars, and some of these are housed in the Harvard Yenching Library. These works are not so important to the study of Fujitsuka's own works, but are invaluable for the lifht they shed on academic interaction in East Asia durin the 18th to 19th centuries. This paper will focus on Park Jega's works in particular, and will also look at Fujitsuka's notes related to those works. After this I will make a comparison with Fujitsuka's own writings.

Fujitsuka Chikashi’s Studies on Park Jega: Focusing on the ‘Fujitsuka Chikashi Collection’ in the Harvard Yenching Library

hyojin lee
2014

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In this paper I will introduce Park Jega's books in the "Fujitsuka Chikashi Collection" housed in the Harvard Yenching Library. Fujitsuka Chikashi (1879-1948), a professor of Chinese philosophy at Keijo Imperial University, started research on the interaction between Korean and Chinese scholars during the 18th to 19th centuries. He especially focused on the Joseon era Confucian scholar Kim Jeong-hui (1786-1856), on whom he wrote his PhD dissertation, while at Tokyo Imperial University. He collected many books and letters of Joseon Confucian scholars, and some of these are housed in the Harvard Yenching Library. These works are not so important to the study of Fujitsuka's own works, but are invaluable for the lifht they shed on academic interaction in East Asia durin the 18th to 19th centuries. This paper will focus on Park Jega's works in particular, and will also look at Fujitsuka's notes related to those works. After this I will make a comparison with Fujitsuka's own writings.
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