Taiwan Literary History is the foundation for the study of Taiwanese literature. It not only sets out a clearer outline and boundary for Taiwanese literature, but also provides the essence of self-identity and future development in this specific area of knowledge. However, not much comprehensive and systematic research has been conducted so far on the study of Taiwan literary history itself. Therefore, as the extension of the previous research project on the writing of Taiwan literary history under Japanese colonial rule, this study attempts to go deep into history once again. That is, as the first phase of a three-year project, this project set the research scope to explore the writings of Taiwan literary history between 1945 and 1987. Through effective analytical methods, this project will trace the trajectory of how Taiwan literary history was formulated. That is, observe how the writings of Taiwan Literary History resonate or resist along with the changes of time, as well as to explore how the history of Taiwanese literature is constructed, and what kind of influence or effect has on later literary history writing. This research will also investigate what difficulties and limitations the current writing of Taiwan literary history encountered methodologically and theoretically, and what will be the new direction for its breakthrough. The exploration of this project is believed to be not only an important foundational work both for the Taiwan Literature and The History of Taiwan Literature, but also provides a means to maintain its own self-examination.
|Effective start/end date||2018/08/01 → 2020/07/31|
- literary history
- Taiwanese literature
- literary criticism -examination
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