复旦大学朝鲜韩国研究中心成立于1992年,1994年正式开展各种活动。现由郑继永副教授任主任,邢丽菊教授任副主任。中心现有专职人员6人,其中教授3人,副教授2人,资料员兼行政助理1人,具有博士学位者5人。兼职研究人员60余人,兼职人员以复旦大学国际关系、国际政治、外交学、历史、经济、哲学、新闻、社会学等学科的研究人员为主,兼有上海社会科学院、上海市档案馆、上海国际问题研究院、上海和平与发展研究所、华东师范大学、上海师范大学、华东政法学院、上海外国语大学、上海理工大学等以及中共中央党史研究室、中国社会科学院亚太研究所、哲学研究所、北京大学、清华大学、烟台大学、青岛大学、青岛科技大学、日本中央大学、大东文化大学、岛根县立大学、韩国成均馆大学、仁川大学等部分外地及海外学者加盟。中心实行敞开式、滚动式的研究人员管理模式,兼职研究员有进有出,保持研究队伍的活力。 

中心的主要研究方向是:1、朝鲜半岛问题及东北亚国际关系、区域合作研究;2、当代韩国研究(政治、经济、外交、安全等);3、韩国独立运动及近代中韩关系研究;4、韩国宗教哲学及东方传统文化研究。其中韩国独立运动及中韩关系研究已居国内外相关研究领域的高地,其他三个系列的研究也在国内外产生了重要影响,研究具有前沿性,在该领域具有一定的话语权。

中心主编出版了综合性韩国学研究集刊《韩国研究论丛》25辑,2005年曾入选首届教育部CSSCI来源集刊,2009年入选中国学术期刊综合评价数据库(CNKI)来源集刊,2014年再度入选教育部CSSCI来源集刊,为目前国内韩国学领域唯一入选的学术期刊。中心自成立以来出版丛书及各类专著、论集、资料集共计71部。拍摄韩国文化系列电视片12集,举办国际国内学术研讨会90余次,书法展1次,开设韩国学前沿讲座30余次。

中心注重培养韩国学研究方向博士生、硕士生,承担博士后研究员和访问学者的合作研究工作。在韩国国际交流财团韩国学奖学金资助下,组织和指导博士和硕士研究生完成相关韩国问题的近300项研究项目,其中包括34篇博士学位论文、37篇硕士学位论文,有71位同学通过对于朝鲜半岛问题的研究取得了博士和硕士学位。中心在研究生院与国际问题研究院支持下连续举办9届中国韩国学博士生论坛,为中国从事韩国学研究的青年学者提供了一个交流学习的平台,对于推动中国韩国学的发展起了积极作用。现有中心成员先后开设了博士、硕士、本科各个层次课程共12门。目前,中心指导的毕业生以及参加过博士生论坛的一大批博士生,已走上工作岗位,成为活跃在中国韩国学界的一支重要力量,较好地体现了大学研究机构在育人方面的功能。

中心注重专业资料的收集与收藏,目前已拥有韩国、朝鲜研究方面的专业图书15千册,是国内专业图书收藏最丰富的专业资料室之一。   

中心的研究工作得到韩国国际交流财团、韩国学术振兴财团、韩国学中央研究院、韩国东亚财团、韩国东北亚历史财团、韩国国家报勋处、韩国统一部、韩国统一研究院、韩国产业研究院、韩国高等教育财团、韩国中央银行、日本国际交流基金、美国亚洲基金会、台北中国国民党文教基金会等以及国内国家、教育部、上海市社会科学基金、上海浦江人才计划基金会等资助,并接受中国国家相关部委和上海市有关机构委托进行专题研究。

中心先后与联合国粮食署朝鲜办事处、国际高丽学会、韩国国家报勋处、韩国国史编纂委员会、韩国国会图书馆、韩国驻中国大使馆、驻上海总领事馆、大韩商工会所、韩国中央银行、韩国民族运动史研究会、韩国韩战史研究会、韩国放送学会、韩国现代中国学会、韩国东海史研究会、韩国长老会神学大学、韩国成均馆大学东亚研究院、韩国延世大学现代韩国研究所、政治外交系、韩国中央大学国际大学院、韩国釜山大学韩民族文化研究所、韩国梨花女子大学国学研究院、韩国西江大学地域研究所、韩国大真大学、韩国仁川大学中国研究所、韩国庆熙大学国际大学院、日本中央大学日中关系研究中心、中国社会科学院《当代韩国》编辑部、中国东方史学会、清华大学日本研究中心、上海市人民政府政策研究室、上海市外事办公室亚洲大洋洲处、上海外国语大学国际问题研究所、华东师范大学国际冷战史研究中心、延边大学朝鲜研究所、上海市档案馆、上海国际问题研究院、中国中外关系史学会、中国朝鲜史研究会、上海对外文化交流协会、上海市友联会、上海国际友人研究会、上海书法家协会、韩国临时政府上海旧址管理处、台北韩国学研究会、台北中央研究院东北亚区域研究所(筹)、香港珠海书院亚洲研究中心、香港亚太21学会等,联合举办国际国内学术会议、开展文化活动或合作研究和委托研究。

中心参与发起组建由美国哈佛大学、加州大学、夏威夷大学、英国伦敦大学、澳大利亚国立大学、加拿大哥伦比亚大学、日本九州大学、韩国首尔大学、高丽大学、延世大学、中国北京大学、复旦大学12所世界名牌大学韩国学研究机构组成的世界韩国学联合会活动。自2005年起,连续参加各研究机构中心负责人年度会议,并8次派员参加在日本九州、加拿大多伦多、澳大利亚堪培垃、英国伦敦、韩国首尔等地举行的世界韩国学青年学者暑期研讨会。


The Center for Korean Peninsula Studies at Fudan University

    The Center for Korean Peninsula Studies(CKPS) at Fudan University was established in 1992 and has officially conducted various academic research activities and events since 1994. At present, Associate Professor Zheng Jiyong takes up the post of Director, with Professor Xing Liju as Deputy Director of the CKPS. The full-time CKPS faculty members consist of 3 professors, 2 associate professors, 1 documenter& administrative assistant and 5 of them hold doctorate degrees. Adjunct researchers are  mainly from the Departments of International Relations, International Politics, Diplomacy, History, Economy, Philosophy, Journalism and Sociology at Fudan University, as well as the domestic and overseas scholars and experts who come from Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences, Shanghai Archives, Shanghai Institutes for International Studies, Shanghai Institutes  for International Peace & Development Studies, East China Normal University, Shanghai Normal University, East China University of Political Science and Law, Shanghai International Studies University, Shanghai University of Science and Technology, Party History Research Center of the CPC Central Committee, Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies and Institute of Philosophy  Affiliated to Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Peking University, Tsinghua university, Yantai University,Qingdao University, Qingdao University of Science and Technology,  Chuo University, Daito Bunka University, The University of Shimane, Sungkyunkwan University and University of Incheon. The opening-up and rolling-type management pattern of the personnel layout enhances the flexibility and maintains the vitality of the research team. 

   The main research domains of the CKPS at Fudan are as follows: 1. The Korean Peninsula Issue and International Relations in Northeast Asia,  Studies on Regional Cooperation; 2. Contemporary Korean Studies (Politics, Economy, Diplomacy, Security); 3. Studies on the Korean Independence Movement and China- Korean Relations in Modern Times; 4. Studies on Korean Religious Philosophy and Eastern Traditional Culture. Studies on the Korean Independence Movement and China-Korean Relations in Modern Times has gained the accolades of being acknowledged as one of the highlands in the relevant research field. Meanwhile, the forefront researches in the other three areas have produced enormous impact both at home and abroad, carrying weight in appraisals correspondingly.

    The CKPS at Fudan has edited and published 25 issues of the comprehensive academic research journal Collected Papers for Korean Studies, shortlisted, designated as one of the CSSCI source core journals in 2005 and incorporated as one of the CNKI source journals in 2009 and listed as the only CSSCI source core journal on Korean studies once again in 2014. Since its establishment, book series, monographs, analects, collections have come out with a total number of 71, 12 TV episodes on Korean culture have been shot, 90 domestic and international academic symposiums have taken place, 1 calligraphy exhibition and over 30 forefront lectures on Korean studies have been presented respectively.  

   The CKPS lays emphasis on cultivating graduates with master or doctorate degrees, undertaking the tasks of collaborative studies with postdoctoral researchers and visiting scholars. Under the auspices of the Korean Studies Scholarships set up by  Korea Foundation, the researchers have instructed the postgraduates to complete around 300 academic projects on Korean studies, including 34 doctoral dissertations and 37 master dissertations. 71 students have succeeded in obtaining doctorate and master degrees in the area of Korean Peninsula studies. With the support of the Institute of International Studies and School of Graduates at Fudan, 9 sessions of Doctoral Consortium on Korean Studies have been held with great successes, creating a vital platform for academic exchanges among the distinguished young scholars researching on Korean studies, facilitating the evolution of academic development correspondingly. The CKPS offers 12 courses for undergraduates and postgraduates. Currently, the graduates mentored by the researchers and those who have ever attended the consortium enter the work force and play vital roles in the academia of Korean studies, reflecting the functional characteristics in cultivating talents. 

    The compilation and collection of specialized materials are prioritized in the reference room, boasting 15000 volumes of books on Korean studies, widely acknowledged among  the largest scale of its kind.

    Funded by Shanghai Social Science Foundation, Shanghai Pujiang Talent Program,The Asia Foundation, Korea Foundation, Korea Research Foundation, The Academy of Korean Studies, East Asia Foundation, Northeast Asian Foundation,Ministry of Patriots and Veterans Affairs of ROK, Ministry of Unification of Republic of Korea, Korea Institute for National Unification, Korea Institute for Industrial Economics and Trade, Korea Foundation for Advanced Studies, Bank of Korea, Japan Foundation, The Asia Foundation ,Cultural and Educational Foundation, and entrusted by Chinese authorities and relevant governmental departments, the CKPS conducts academic researches and monographic studies accordingly.      

    The CKPS successively co-hosted international or domestic seminars, organized cultural events, collaborative and commissioned researches with the UN’s World Food Program’s Representative Office in DPRK, International Society for Korean Studies, Ministry of Patriots and Veterans Affairs of ROK, Korea National History Compilation Committee, The Korean Congress Library,Korean Embassy, Consulate-General of ROK in Shanghai, Korea Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Bank of Korea, Institute of the Korean Independence Movement History, Korea War History Research Institute, Korea Broadcasting Society, Modern China Society,  East China Sea History Research Institute, Korea Presbyterian Theological University, East Asia Research Institute of Sungkyunkwan University, Department of Political Science and Institute of Modern Korea, Yonsei University, International College of Chung-Ang University, Institute of National Culture, Pusan National University, National Research Institute of Ewha Womans University,  Geo-Research Institute of Sogang University, Dae Jin University, Institute of Chinese Studies of University of Incheon, International College of Kyung Hee University, China-Japan Relations Research Center, Chuo University, Editorial Board of Contemporary Korea, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Chinese Society of Oriental History Studies, Center for Japanese Studies of Tsinghua University, Policy Research Center of of Shanghai Municipality, Department of Asia and Oceania Sectors, Shanghai Foreign Affairs Office, Institute of International Studies, Shanghai International Studies University, Center for Cold War International History Studies of East China Normal University,Shanghai Institutes for International Studies,The Institute of Korean Peninsula Studies of Yanbian University, Shanghai Archives, Chinese Society for Historians of China's foreign Relations,Chinese Society for the Korean Historical Science, Shanghai International Cultural Association, Shanghai Association for International Friendly Contact, China Society for People’s Friendship Studies, Shanghai Association for Calligraphers, The Provisional Government of the Republic of Korea site in Shanghai, The Society for Korean Studies in Taipei, Institute of Northeast Asian Regional Studies Affiliated to Academic Sinica in Taipei(under construction), Center for Asian Studies of Chu Hai College of Higher Education, Hong Kong Society of Asia-Pacific 21, etc.

    In collaboration with the institutes researching on Korean studies at Harvard University, University of California, University of Hawaii, University of London, The Australian National University, University of British Columbia, Kyushu University, Seoul National University, Korea University, Yonsei University and Harvard University, the CKPS at Fudan University initiated the events organized by World Federation of Korean Studies. As of 2005, the Director of CKPS has successively attended the annually-held meetings of heads of the above-mentioned research centers. In the meanwhile, the CKPS representatives have been invited to participate in eight Annual Summer Global Young Scholar Seminars on Korean Studies successively convened in Kyushu, Toronto, Canberra, London and Seoul.