Franklin D. Rausch

Franklin D. Rausch

Assistant Professor of History
Ph.D., University of British Columbia Vancouver (2011)

Phone: (864) 388-8318
E-mail: frausch@lander.edu


College: College of Arts & Humanities
Department: Department of History & Philosophy


CLASSES TAUGHT
Course Num Course Title
HIST-121 World Civilizations to 1600
HIST-122 World Civilizations 1600-Prsnt
HIST-201 Intro to the Study of History
HIST-290 Hist Practicum: Peer Tutoring
HIST-370 Modern East Asia
HIST-371 Modern China
HIST-376 Modern Japan
HIST-441 Modern Japan
HIST-499 Senior Capstone Seminar
HONS-211 Intl Issues in Humanities

ARTICLES - REFEREED
  • The Bishop's Dilemma: Gustave Mutel and the Catholic Church in Korea, 1890-1910 in Journal of Korean Religions. (2013)
  • The Jesuits in Korea: Influence without Presence in World History Connected. (2013)
  • Like Birds and Beasts: Justifying Violence against Catholics in late Choson Korea. in Acta Koreana. (2012)
  • Visions of Violence, Dreams of Peace: Religion, Race, and Nation in An Chunggun in Acta Koreana. (2012)
  • Wicked Officials and Virtuous Martyrs: an Analysis of the Martyr Biographies in Alexius Hwang Sayong's Silk Letter in Kyohoesa yon 'gu [Research Journal of Korean Church History]. (2009)
  • Saving Knowledge: Catholic Educational Policy in the late Choson Dynasty in Acta Koreana. (2008)
  • Modernity and Religion: the Proposal for a Catholic University in Late Choson Korea in Korean Studies for [a] New Generation. (2007)
ARTICLES - NON-REFEREED
  • The Harbin An Jung-Geun Statue: A Korea/China-Japan Historical Memory in The Asia Pacific Journal: Japan Focus. (2013)

CHAPTERS, CASES, READINGS, SUPPLEMENTS
  • Conversion and Moral Ambiguity: An Chunggun, Nationalism, and the Catholic Church in Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century Korea. Asia in the Making of Christianity. Brill. (2013)
  • Chonggyo wa p'ongnyok chongdangsong [Religion and the Justification of Violence]. An Chunggun yon'gu mi songgwa wa kwaje [Issues in the Study of An Chunggun]. Ch'aeryun. (2010)
  • Choson Dynasty-Korea. Mellen Encyclopaedia of Infanticide. Edwin Mellen Press. (2010)
  • Wang Kon: 'Ten Injunctions' (943). Milestone Documents in World History. Schlager Group. (2010)
  • Catholic Rites and Liturgy. Korean Religions in Practice. Princeton University Press. (2006)
PRESENTATIONS
  • Documentary and Film Excerpts. South Carolina Historical Association Annual Meeting. Columbia, South Carolina. (2014)
  • Building a Sustainable Peace: Narratives of Violence in early Twentieth-Century Korea. Fourth Rajamangala University of Technology. Bangkok, Thailand. (July, 2013)
  • Choosing to Die: Voluntary Martyrdom in the Catholic Church in Korea. The Politics of Honorable Death and Martyrdom in Korean. Seattle, Washington. (June, 2013)
  • Maintaining Control and Distance: The Japanese Resident-General, Western Missionaries, and the Seoul Press. Association for Asian Studies Annual Meeting. San Diego, California. (March, 2013)
  • Peace and Violence in early Twentieth-Century Korea. Peace Studies Conference. Greenwood, South Carolina. (2013)
  • What has Seoul to do with Jerusalem?: Western missionaries in Korea and the relationship. South Carolina Historical Association. Clinton, South Carolina. (2013)
  • Missionaries and the Seoul Press. Association for Asian Studies Annual Meeting. San Diego, California. (2013)
  • Religion and Peace in the Early Twentieth Century: An Chunggun, Korea, and Japan. Association for Asian Studies Annual Meeting. Toronto, Canada. (2012)
  • Like Beasts and Weeds: Justifying violence against Catholics in late Joseon Dynasty Korea. Association for Asian Studies Annual Meeting. Honolulu, Hawaii. (2011)
  • Religion and the Korean Nation-State: How Catholics remember Thomas An Chunggun. International Workshop on Korean Studies. Seoul, Korea. (2010)
  • Sacraments and Conflict: French Missionaries in Korea, 1831-1910. Interpreting Christian Missionary Experiences in Korea. Fort Worth, Texas. (2010)
  • Wicked Officials and Virtuous Martyrs: Narratives of Persecution in Alexius Hwang Sayong's Silk Letter. Association for Asian Studies Annual Meeting. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (2010)
  • United by Faith, Divided by Nation: Foreign Missionaries and Korean Catholics, 1831-1919. Biennial Boston College Conference on the History of Religion. Boston, Massachusetts. (2010)
  • The Legitimacy of Force: the discourse on An Chunggun's killing of Ito Hirobumi. Fulbright Forum. Seoul, Korea. (2009)
  • Chonggyo wa p'ongnyok chongdangsong [Religion and the Justification of Violence]. An Chunggun uisa Haolbin uigo 100 chunyon kinyom kukche haksul. Seoul, Korea. (2009)
  • Dying for Heaven: Anti-Catholic Persecution and the Afterlife in Late Choson Dynasty Korea. Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Religion. Montreal, Canada. (2009)
  • The Hidden Story of the Silk Letter: A Catholic Narrative of Persecution and its Challenge to the Choson State. Research Foundation of Korean Church History. Seoul, Korea. (2009)
  • Conflict over Catholic Educational Policy in the Late Choson Dynasty. Association for Asian Studies Annual Meeting. Atlanta, Georgia. (2008)
  • Violence, Religion and the State in Korea: The Great Persecution of 1801. Indiana University Religious Studies Graduate Conference. Bloomington, Indiana. (2008)
  • Religion, Nationalism, and Historiography: Remembering An Chunggun. Changing Faces of Nationalism in Asia. Tokyo, Japan. (2007)
  • A Virgin Wife: the Confucian Shaping of Catholicism in Korea. Midwest Conference for Asian Affairs. St. Louis, Missouri. (2007)