New ways of solidarity with Korean comfort women : comfort women and what remains / Ñusta Carranza Ko, editor.

"This book provides a space for victims' testimonies and memories, engages with their experiences, reflects upon the redress movement, and evaluates policies related to Korean comfort women as victims and survivors from the international, domestic, and bilateral realms. Collectively, this...

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Other Authors: Ko, Ñusta Carranza (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: Singapore : Palgrave Macmillan, an imprint of Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd., [2023]
Series:Palgrave Macmillan studies on human rights in Asia.
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Table of Contents:
  • New ways of solidarity with Korean comfort women / Ñusta Carranza Ko
  • Victims, Stories, and Transformations
  • The power of Korean "comfort women's" testimonies / Pyong Gap Min
  • The comfort women redress movement in the United States : The Korean Diaspora Through the Activities of the Washington Coalition for Comfort Women Issues and Immigrants' Dual Identity / Boram Yi and Jaehee Kim
  • Multiple encounters and reconstructed identities : Halmoni Activist-Survivors of Japanese Military Sexual Slavery as Postcolonial Subjects / Na-Young Lee
  • Ways of Memory, Remembrance, and Healing
  • New genres, new audiences : Retelling the story of Japan's military sexual slavery / Margaret D. Stetz
  • Korean "comfort women" films following the 2015 Korea-Japan Comfort Women Agreement : Historical perceptions of military sexual slavery amid strained Korea-Japan relations / Hyo-won Lee
  • Keeping the memory of comfort women alive : How social media can be used to preserve the memory of comfort women and educate future generations / Lauren Seward
  • Kut as political disobedience, healing, and resilience / Merose Hwang
  • Global Actors, Legal Frames, and Contested Memories
  • Memory and politics : Discovery of North Korean "comfort stations" and the politics of "places of memory" / Hyesuk Kang
  • On comfort women's way to the United Nations / Jieyeon Kim
  • Lessons from international human rights norms and Korea's comfort women-girls / Ñusta Carranzo Ko.