The Korea Now Podcast #118 – Vladimir Tikhonov – ‘Korea’s Socialist Century’
This episode of the Korea Now podcast features an interview that Jed Lea-Henry conducted with Vladimir Tikhonov. They speak about the counter-hegemonic role that socialism has played in South Korea, the history of socialism across the Korean peninsula, the often quiet impact that socialism has had on mainstream politics and policies in South Korea, and how this impact is still poorly understood today.
Vladimir Tikhonov is a Professor of Korean Studies at the University of Oslo, and is a historian of Korean history, Korean nationalism and contemporary Korean society and politics. Vladimir received his PhD from Moscow State University, and went on to work and live in Korea for over fifteen years. Pertinent to this podcast, Vladimir is also the author of: ‘A Socialist Century? Socialism as the Main Counter-Hegemonic Ideology of Contemporary Korea’ (PDF) A Socialist Century? Socialism as the Main Counter-Hegemonic Ideology of Contemporary Korea | Vladimir Tikhonov - Academia.edu
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