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The establishment and the cultural practices of Departments of Foreign languages and literatures in National Taiwan University from 1945 to 1960
the early postwar period,National Taiwan University,Departments of Foreign languages and literatures,cultural practices,translate,
|Publication Year :||2012|
In the early postwar period, the National Taiwan University, which undertook the Taipei Imperial University established by the Japanese in the colonial period and received by the Government of the Republic of China in 1945, was reorganized as the National Taiwan University. While the Nationalist government relocated to Taiwan in 1949, the University established and to carried out the new look. After the regime's Evolution of the early postwar period, National Taiwan University ran across the two eras and the staff group was fromed by people from Japan, China, and Taiwan which created a unique university culture. Formation in this culture is undoubtedly worthy of attention and discussion due to the cultural context and historical factors. Therefore, this article proceed with Beijing and Tsinghua University, which are the representative of the modern foreign language education in the history, comparing with the Taipei Imperial University of Western Literature Seminar to explore the pre-war foreign literary education, and adjourned to explore the post-war National Taiwan University Department of Foreign Languages , including its curriculum structure and features. By comparing with the two contrast, it shows the inheritance relationship. Futhermore, use the cultural practices of foreign languages and literature scholar in National Taiwan University College as another entry point to observe these scholars’ contribution outside the education field.
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