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pISSN : 2092-6081 / eISSN : 2383-9899

2020 KCI Impact Factor : 0.61
Aims & Scope
1. Publication background TRANS-HUMANITIES is a journal for opening up new visions in humanities sine 2007. 2. TRANS-HUMANITIES: Purpose of publication TRANS-HUMANITIES expands the scope of humanities to the whole socio-cultural phenomena, and promotes communication and convergence among the various disciplines in the humanities, and further facilitates convergence and communication between academic fields such as social sciences, natural sciences, arts, and humanities by preparing a forum for the discourse. TRANS-HUMANITIES aims to be a journal with the following characteristics: Studies with practical implications for resolving conflicts 1) Studies on the interdisciplinary, complex and fusion subject based on humanities.(eg: Humanities and Social Science, Humanities and Technical Science, Humanities and Ecology, Humanities and Arts, Literature and Philosophy, History and Literature 2) Studies on the cultural and social trans-boundary phenomena in the 21st Century 3) Studies with cross-boundary perspectives on conventional research subjects of the humanities 4) Attempts to overcome the boundaries of perspectives or approaches in a particular discipline
Ae-Ryung Kim

(Ewha Womans Univ.)

Citation Index
  • KCI IF(2yr) : 0.61
  • KCI IF(5yr) : 0.24
  • Centrality Index(3yr) : 0.735
  • Immediacy Index : 0.0588

Current Issue : 2022, Vol.15, No.1

  • The Three Ecology of Félix Guattari: Focusing on the Production of Subjectivity and ‘the Existential Territory’

    Chan-Woong Lee | 2022, 15(1) | pp.7~25 | number of Cited : 0
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    This paper aims to grasp the essential ideas of Félix Guattari’s “ecosophy”, which are developed in his books, The Three Ecology (1989) and Chaosmose (1992). Guattari proposes “The Three Ecology” in order to criticize radically the standardized mode of production of subjectivity in integrated global capitalism, and research the condition of the various modes of subjectivation. The three ecology means a general and transversal ecology which is extended to the spheres of nature, mind, and society. The “refrain” which he underlines means a kind of disturbing repetitions in everyday life, and it functions as a starting point for retaining an auto-referential existential territory. This kind of mode of the production of subjectivity pays attention to the capture of concrete blocs of sensation, so it has basically characteristics similar to those of the Arts.
  • Cities, Technologies, and Ecology: Urban Initiatives for a Sustainable Society

    Kyeong Hee Seo | 2022, 15(1) | pp.27~48 | number of Cited : 0
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    With global urbanization accelerating and concerns about the environment and ecology, technical and humanistic considerations are essential on how future cities should evolve. This study denotes innovation in which social values are realized, pointing to keywords that understand future cities, such as active seniors leading aging society, sharing economy, and localization of assets. It also reviews the importance of ecological factors in the city, interpreting them in new ways. Suggested proposals seek a cycle of resources and energy with new technologies and even a cycle of social values to examine interactions between ecology and technology. Finally, the author emphasizes the active response to technology and urban ecological issues and lays the foundation for multidisciplinary and cross-border discussions.
  • Ecological Art in the City: Two Case Studies of Community-based Urban Ecological Art

    Hyesook Jeon | 2022, 15(1) | pp.49~78 | number of Cited : 0
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    This study focuses on ‘community-based urban ecological art’, where different concepts or areas such as city, ecology, and art meet and achieve the most efficient result. To this end, I examine the concept and meaning of an eco-city, and examples of pioneering art work dealing with urban ecology. After explaining the process of shift from ‘publicity as site-specificity’ to ‘publicity as community-specificity’ related to the publicity issue of ecological art, I will discuss the concept of ‘community’ that has been the subject of debate along with the transition. Also I will introduce two projects: Art as Environment - Cultural Activity of Plum Creek implemented in New Taipei Region of Taiwan, and Green My Favela (GMF) carried out in the slum area of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Focusing on two projects developed around urban communities, I will examine the characteristics and significance of urban ecological art.