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Border Crossings: The Journal of Japanese-Language Literature Studies 2017;5(1): 91-102.
doi: https://doi.org/10.22628/bcjjl.2017.5.1.91
Post-war Taiwan and Japanese Literature: With a Focus on Researches in University
Keiko YOKOJI
輔仁大学日本語文学科教授
Correspondence  Keiko YOKOJI ,Email: yokoji.keiko@gmail.com
  Published online: 30 December 2017.
ABSTRACT
In post-Second World War Taiwan, the symbolism and significance of “Japan” as a signifier remains steeped in meaning, due largely to Japan’s antebellum colonialization of Taiwan for approximately half a century. As such, the purpose of the present essay was to initiate a process of organizing and analyzing the historical processes of Japanese literature (which includes the literature of Japan and literature written in Japanese) within the contexts of Taiwanese society. Japanese culture and literature have become largely accepted in Taiwan, and thus this essay places particular emphasis on the establishment and research foci of Japanese literature in higher education institutions in Taiwan. Through descriptions and explorations of the historical founding of these institutions, the present essay argues that political factors not only played significant roles in the founding decisions of various institutions, but also influential in the research foci and ongoing research practices of Japanese literature.
Keywords: Japanese literature, Literature written in Japanese, Japanese Colonization Period of Taiwan, Post-war, Departments of Japanese Language and Literature

キ―ワ―ド: 日本文学, 日本語文学, 日本統治時代, 戦後, 日本語文学系
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