Articles by Vladimir Tikhonov« Back to list
Born in Leningrad (St-Petersburg) in the former USSR (1973) and educated at St-Petersburg State University (MA:1994) and Moscow State University (Ph.D. in ancient Korean history, 1996). Vladimir Tikhonov (Korean name – Pak Noja) is a professor at the Oslo University in Norway. A specialist in the history of ideas in early modern Korea, he is the author of Usō”ng yō’lp’ae ō”i sinhwa (The Myth of the Survival of the Fittest, 2005. He is the translator (with O.Miller) of Selected Writings of Han Yongun: From Social Darwinism to Socialism With a Buddhist Face (Global Oriental/University of Hawaii Press, 2008).
South Korea’s Christian Military Chaplaincy in the Korean War - religion as ideology?
Transcending Boundaries, Embracing Others: Nationalism and Transnationalism in Modern and Contemporary Korea−−
A Reflection on the Osama Bin Laden Killing
Militarism and Anti-militarism in South Korea: "Militarized Masculinity" and the Conscientious Objector Movement.