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Table Of Contents
Introduction Gotelind MULLER I CONTESTING EAST ASIA, IDENTITIES AND EDUCATION: HISTORICAL CONTINGENCIES 1 The predicament of compiling textbooks on the history of East Asia SUN Ge 2 Teaching 'the others' history' in Chinese schools: the state, cultural asymmetries, and shifting images of Europe (1900 to today) Gotelind MULLER 3 The construction of 'self' and Western and Asian 'others' in contemporary Japanese civics and ethics textbooks Klaus VOLLMER 4 Learning to love the motherland: 'National Education' in post-retrocession Hong Kong Edward VICKERS 5 Telling histories of an island nation: the academics and politics of history textbooks in contemporary Taiwan Lungchih CHANG II HISTORY WRITING IN SCHOOL TEXTBOOKS: PRACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS 6 New curriculum reform and history textbook compilation in contemporary China LI Fan 7 The 'others' in Chinese history textbooks: with a focus on the relationship between China and Japan SU Zhiliang 8 Rewriting history in a textbook in contemporary Japan MIYAKE Akimasa III SELF-ASSERTION, REVISIONISM AND HISTORICAL RECONCILIATION: CONFLICTS AND PERSPECTIVES 9 The 'Tokyo Trial view of history' and its revision in contemporary Japan / East Asia Steffi RICHTER 10 History conflicts and dialogues between Korea and Japan: with a focus on the curreNt issue concerning Japanese history textbooks CHUNG Jae-jeong 11 Historical reconciliation between Germany and Poland as seen from a Japanese perspective: the thoughts of a Japanese historian and their development KAWATE Keiichi 12 Mediating textbook conflicts Falk PINGEL Concluding remarks Gotelind MULLER
Gotelind Muller is Professor of Chinese Studies at the University of Heidelberg, Germany.