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International Journal of Korean History 2013;18(2): 31-51.
Research Trends in Japan on the Japanese Invasion of Korea in 1592(Imjin War)
Hitoshi Nakano
Kyushu University Faculty of Social and Cultural Studies
나카노 히토시
규슈대학 대학원 비교사회문화연구원 교수
tudies on the Japanese invasion of Korea in the late 16th century (known as “The Japanese Disturbance of Imjin” in Korea and “The Korean Campaign” or “The Bunroku Keicho Attack” in Japan) have been carried out actively since the Edo Period. However, it was not until the 1970s that demonstrative studies had been sufficientlycarried out. Most of the studies were carried out in connection with the need for a theoretical supplementation of the history as part of the Theory of Toyotomi Political Power. In the 1980s, historians, including by Manji Kitajima, started demonstrative studies. The demonstrative studies were expanded in the 1990s and included factors such as military supply, negotiations, Japanese fortresses, Japanese POWs, Korean militias/POWs, and matters concerning Korean society, in addition to the military campaign. The studies continued to deepen from diverse perspectives in the 2000s. This focuses on the research about the research that was carried out over the course of a decade, starting in the 1980s and thereafter, after dealing with the period until the 1970s separately.
Keywords: The Korean Campaign

「朝鮮出兵」, 「文??慶長의 役」 또는 「壬辰倭?」에 대한 연구는 에도(江?)시대로부터 활발하게 진행되었으며, 근대에 한하여도 극히 방대한 학술?연구사를 보유한다. 그러나 1970년대까지는 반드시 충분한 실증연구가 진행되지 않았다. 豊臣政?論의 일환으로서 이론적인 요청에 대응하는 연구가 중심이었다. 80년대에 들어가면 北島万次氏 등에 의해 실증적인 연구가 개척되어, 90년대에는 관심 또한 다양화되고, 戰役에 대한 추이는 물론 兵站補給, 講和交涉, 「倭城」,降倭·義兵·被擄와 같은 조선사회에 관한 여러 문제 등, 전쟁이 가지는 여러 측면에 대해 실증적인 연구가 진행되었다. 다양한 시점에 의한 연구의 심화는 2000년대 이후에도 계속되었다. 본론에서는 70년대까지의 연구를 살펴보고, 80년대 이후에 대해서는 대략 10년마다 시간을 구분하여 연구동향을 서술하였다.
주제어: 朝鮮出兵, 文禄・慶長의 役, 임진왜란, 豊臣政権, 연구동향
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