Early modern emotions and global encounter as gender history : The Dutch East India Company in Korea
Broomhall, Susan. (2019). Early modern emotions and global encounter as gender history : The Dutch East India Company in Korea. Sixteenth Century Journal. 50(1), pp. 82-90.
The author discusses the role of emotions in historical research. She mentions the account of the shipwreck of a Dutch East India Company vessel in Korea by bookkeeper Hendrik Hamel, the incorporation of emotions in Hamel's report and other documents, and the role of gender in the perception of Korea.
|Journal||Sixteenth Century Journal|
|Journal citation||50 (1), pp. 82-90|
|Publisher||Truman State University Press|
|Web address (URL)||https://ixtheo.de/Record/1689171049|
|Research or scholarly||Research|
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|Deposited||24 Sep 2021|
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