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    The Tragedy of 228:Historical...
    出版日期:2022-08-01
    ISBN:9786269567829
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    本書以二二八事件的歷史真相與轉型正義為主軸,涵蓋二二八事件的原因論述、國際社會在事件前後對於台灣地位的認識、縣市首長與情治單位在事件中的角色、事件中的軍事部署與鎮壓、事件對於台灣新聞媒體造成的衝擊、平反運動的歷史考察以及歷任總統對於轉型正義的作為等面向,除了導論之外,共有八章。這本專書是繼A Tragic Beginning: The Taiwan Uprising of February 28, 1947(中文版書名:《悲劇性的開端》)一書出版時隔三十年後,第二本二二八事件英文學術專書,更是第一本由財團法人二二八事件紀念基金會策劃、台灣本土學者戮力完成的二二八事件英文學術專書。這本書的出版將是二二八研究走向國際的新里程碑,亦有助於提高財團法人二二八事件紀念基金會的國際能見度,進而邁開步伐化身為二二八研究的國際重鎮。
    The Tragedy of 228: Historical Truth and Transitional Justice in Taiwan, published by The Memorial Foundation of 228, is the first academic volume on the 228 Incident published in English in over three decades, since the 1991 publication of A Tragic Beginning: The Taiwan Uprising of February 28, 1947.

    The book explores eight different aspects of the 228 Incident in its main chapters: “What Caused the Incident: A Comparison of Government and Citizen Accounts from 1947, ” “International Perspectives on the Legal Status of Taiwan during and after the Incident, ” “Military Deployment and Suppression during the Incident, ” “Taiwan's News Media under the Impact of the Incident, ” “The Roles of Local Government Heads during the Incident, ” “The Roles of Intelligence Agencies during the Incident, ” “Historical Explorations of the Campaign to Redress Injustices of the Incident (1987-1997), ” and “Presidential Attitudes towards the Movement for Transitional Justice (1988-2019).”

    Through the publication of this book, the Memorial Foundation of 228 sets a new milestone in the study of 228 Incident, by pursuing the principles of transitional justice through academic inquiry. In addition, the book makes a significant contribution to the international academic community in the field of Modern Taiwanese History.
    作者介紹
    Editor-in-chief
    Chen Yi-Shen
    President, Academia Historica
    Ph.D., Department of Political Science, National Chengchi University

    Hsueh Hua-Yuan
    Chairman, Memorial Foundation of 228
    Professor, Graduate Institute of Taiwan History, National Chengchi University
    Ph.D., Department of History, National Taiwan University

    Editor
    Yang Chen­Long
    Executive Director, Memorial Foundation of 228
    Doctor of Pharmacy, Taipei Medical University

    Translator
    Jamie Brown
    MA Sinology, SOAS University of London

    Shih Fang-Long
    Co-director, Taiwan Research Programme, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK
    Research Fellow, Asia Research Centre, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK
    Ph.D., University of London, co-supervision from LSE Anthropology and SOAS Religious Studies

    Reviewer
    Bo Tedards
    Director, International Cooperation Department, Taiwan Foundation for Democracy
    M.A., Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University
    B.A., Department of Political Science, Yale University

    Authors
    Chen Yi-Shen
    President, Academia Historica
    Ph.D., Department of Political Science, National Chengchi University

    Hsueh Hua-Yuan
    Chairman, Memorial Foundation of 228
    Professor, Graduate Institute of Taiwan History, National Chengchi University
    Ph.D., Department of History, National Taiwan University

    Ho I-Lin
    Professor, Graduate School of Taiwanese Culture, National Taipei University of Education
    Ph.D., Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, University of Tokyo

    Lin Cheng-Hui
    Assistant Research Fellow, Institute of Taiwan History, Academia Sinica
    Ph.D., Department of History, National Taiwan University

    Ou Su-Ying
    Director, Department of Compilation and Research, Academia Historica
    Ph.D., Department of History, National Taiwan Normal University

    Shiu Wen-Tang
    Associate Research Fellow, Institute of Modern History, Academia Sinica
    Ph.D., University of Paris-Diderot

    Su Yao-Tsung
    Professor, Center for General Education, Providence University
    Ph.D., Graduate School of Letters, Kyoto University

    Wu Chun-Ying
    Associate Researcher, Department of Compilation and Research, Academia Historica
    Ph.D., Department of History, National Taiwan University
    目次

    Ix List of Illustrations
    x List of Tables
    xi Notes on Citations, Romanizations and Translations
    xiii Preface
    xvii Foreword
    1 Introduction
    15 Chapter Ⅰ
    What Caused the Incident:
    A Comparison of Government and Citizen Accounts
    from 1947
    59 Chapter Ⅱ
    International Perspectives on the Legal Status of
    Taiwan
    during and after the Incident
    107 Chapter Ⅲ
    Military Deployment and Suppression during the
    Incident
    173 Chapter Ⅳ
    Taiwan's News Media under the Impact of the
    Incident
    211 Chapter Ⅴ
    The Roles of Local Government Heads during the
    Incident
    287 Chapter Ⅵ
    The Roles of Intelligence Agencies during the
    Incident
    371 Chapter Ⅶ
    Historical Explorations of the Campaign to Redress
    Injustices
    of the Incident (1987-1997)
    413 Chapter Ⅷ
    Presidential Attitudes towards the Movement for
    Transitional
    Justice (1988-2019)
    493 Appendix
    499 Selected Bibliography (in alphabetical order)
    531 Glossary
    549 Index