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While many developmental sectors and their communities have sparse historical or geographic records, recent works on environmental history and historical geography have sought to fill in some of the gaps. Work on histories of forests, pollution and some land mammal and reptile species has contributed a great deal in the effort to move the realm of history beyond that of human experience. Fish and fishing, however, are certainly under-researched in both a historical and geographic sense. Even in the field of anthropology, an academic discipline with a concern for the edges and outliers in human development, fishing communities—their societies, traditions and histories—have not received much in the way of exposure or interest. This chapter, therefore, outlines what can only be a partial and incomplete focus on the wider global histories and geographies of fish and fishing. For the most part histories and geographies of fish and fishing have been extremely focused on the northern hemisphere. Histories of European fishing development and stocks abound, especially those focused on the traditions of the Cod and Herring fisheries prior to the twentieth century, and to the area around Newfoundland’s Grand Banks. Histories of colonialist, modernist and capitalist technologies as they were deployed in the pursuit globally of whales and seals are also quite abundant. Histories and geographies of fishing in the Pacific, Africa and Southeast Asia are few and far between: however, those that are encountered within this chapter are considered for their methodological approach to the study of fishing communities and territories outside of the traditions of European or Western fishing practice. Fish and fishing community histories and geographies of Chinese and Japanese fishing are of particular interest and transfers of technology, spiritual mythologies and cultural traditions which intersect with those of Korea are vital to this chapter. Finally, this chapter explores the history of Korean fishing traditions and practices, considering what material exists from the records of the pre-1907 Chosŏn state, as well as the material gathered by Japanese academics and colonists during the period from 1907 to 1945. These are combined with the few seminal studies of Korean fishing communities in more recent times, especially that of Gageodo, South Korea’s most southwestern community which itself has been a fieldwork site for the author of this book during its formation.
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