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Zainichi Korean collection
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  • Arrangement
  • Scope and Content
  • Preferred Citation
  • Acquisition
  • Conditions Governing Use
  • Conditions Governing Access
  • Biographical Note

  • Language of Material: Japanese
    Contributing Institution: USC Libraries East Asian Library
    Title: Zainichi Korean collection [在日コリアン・コレクション]
    source: Kim, Yŏng-dal
    source: Hinode Shobō
    creator: Kim, Yŏng-dal
    Identifier/Call Number: 3001
    Physical Description: 16 Linear Feet 16 boxes
    Date (inclusive): 1965-1985
    Abstract: The Zainichi Korean collection is comprised of research files of Yondaru Kimu. Yondaru Kimu is a second-generation Zainichi Korean and a researcher of modern Korean history, particularly the history of Zainichi Koreans. Zainichi Koreans are Korean migrants and their descendants from Joseon who have historical roots in the Japan-Korea annexation of 1910-1945 and reside in Japan with the special permanent resident status. The subject of his research files covers Zainichi Koreans' ethnic conflicts in the 1970s and 1980s. The collection also contains materials on the same subject collected by the Hinode Bookstore, a Zainichi Korean bookstore in Osaka, Japan.
    Language of Material: The materials in this collection are in Japanese.

    Arrangement

    The Zainichi Korean collection is organized into two series: The Kimu (Yondaru) papers and the Hinode Bookstore collection.
    The Kimu (Yondaru) papers are arranged alphabetically by title, hand-written by Yondaru Kimu on his research binders, and by subject for unbound papers.
    The Hinode Bookstore collection is arranged first, by material type, and second, by subject for ephemera and clippings, and by author for newsletters and offprints.

    Scope and Content

    The Zainichi Korean collection is comprised of newspaper clippings and journal articles collected by Yondaru Kimu during the course of his research on Zainichi Koreans in the 1970s and 1980s. The collection also includes handbills and newsletters created by Zainichi Koreans from the 1960s through the 1980s collected and donated by the Hinode Bookstore, from which USC acquired Kimu’s files.

    Preferred Citation

    [Box/folder# or item name], Zainichi Korean collection, Collection no. 3001, East Asian Library, USC Libraries, University of Southern California

    Acquisition

    USC East Asian Library purchased the collection from Hinode Bookstore on April 26, 2007. Additional materials were donated to the library by Hinode Bookstore.

    Conditions Governing Use

    Permission for publication is given on behalf of USC East Asian Library as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained. All requests for permission to publish or quote from these materials must be submitted in writing to USC East Asian Library.

    Conditions Governing Access

    COLLECTION STORED OFF-SITE. Advance notice required for access.

    Biographical Note

    Kimu, Yondaru (Kim, Yŏng-dal) [金英達], a.k.a. Kin, Hidetatsu (Japanese-style name: Ohno, Hidetatsu [大野英達]) was born in Kasugai, Aichi Prefecture, Japan on October 7, 1948. He was a second-generation Zainichi Korean who gained Japanese citizenship in 1970 and married a Japanese woman, Sadae Yamaki [八巻貞枝] in 1981. After graduating from Kobe University in 1980, he taught at several universities including Kansai University as an adjunct instructor. He was a researcher of modern Korean history, particularly the Soshi-kaimei policy, a name-change policy implemented in 1939 for Koreans to adopt Japanese-style names. He actively participated in Zainichi study groups such as Mukuge no Kai [むくげの会] and Zainichi Chosenjin Unodoshi Kenkyukai [在日朝鮮人運動史研究会], and chaired a civil rights movement group, RENK. He was murdered in Amagasaki, Hyogo Prefecture, Japan on April 24, 2000.

    Subjects and Indexing Terms

    Koreans -- Japan -- Ethnic identity -- Archival resources
    Koreans -- Japan -- Archival resources
    Koreans -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- Japan -- Archival resources
    Koreans -- Japan -- Social conditions -- Archival resources
    Kim, Yŏng-dal
    Hinode Shobō
    Kim, Yŏng-dal