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Seoul Journal of Korean Studies Vol.25 N.1 (2012. 6)

Articles

1. Subversive Ming Loyalist Narratives in Late Chosŏn Korea / Adam Bohnet, 1-29

2. The Origins of Korea’s Eurocentrism / Kim Jongtae, 31-54

3. Bridging Disappointment / Kelly S. Walsh, 55-87

4. Sŏn Master T’oeong Sŏngch’ŏl’s Legacy / Bernard Senécal, 89-126

5. The Rainbow Chorus / Hilary Finchum-Sung, 127-159

Seoul Journal of Korean Studies Vol.24 N.2 (2011. 12)

1. Consultative Politics and Royal Authority in the Goryeo Period / Park Jae-Woo, page(s): 203-218

2. Changes in the Concept of Yulli during the Enlightenment Period in Korea / Yi Hye Gyung, page(s): 219-239

3. Beyond the Dichotomy of Resistance and Collaboration / Kim Seok-Hee, page(s): 241-263

4. Occupational Costs Incurred by the United States Forces in Korea and their Impact on the Korean Economy during the U.S. Military Occupation Period / Kim Jeom Sook, page(s): 265-293

5. Daughter of the Wind / Stephen J. Epstein, page(s): 295-320

6. Hiddink is Hŭi Tonggu / Hong Sun-ha, page(s): 321-345

7. Book Notes /편집부, page(s): 347-357

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Seoul Journal of Korean Studies Vol.24 N.1 (2011. 6)

YOOK YoungSoo, « Fin de Siecle Korea as Exhibited at the World’s Columbian Exposition of 1893 in Chicago: Revisited » (1-27)

KIM Young-Soo. « Yi Pomjin, Korea’s Diplomatic Minister to Russia, and his Role in Korean-Russian Relations » (29-49)

LIM Chai Sung. « The Development of Labor Hygiene in Colonial Korea, 1910-1945: The Health Conditions of Korean National Railways (KNR) Employees » (51-86)

 

Theme Issue: The Korean War

KIM Donggil. « Stalin’s Korean U-Turn: The USSR’s Evolving Security Strategy and the Origins of the Korean War » (89-114)

PARK Tae Gyun. « The Korean Armistice System and the Origins of the Cheonan and Yeonpyeong Incidents » (115-136)

Laurent QUISEFIT. « The Korean War as Seen from France: Public Opinion and Political Perceptions » (137-158)

Rosemary FOOT. « The Korean War, 60 Years on: Strategic, Political, and Normative Consequences » (159-173)

AKAGI Kanji, « The Korean War and Japan » (175-184)

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SEOUL JOURNAL OF KOREAN STUDIES Vol.23 N.2 (2010. 12)

Articles

1. Sanitizing Korea : Anti-Cholera Activities of the Police in Early Colonial Korea /Park Yunjae, page(s): 151-171

2. Dual Broadcasting and Diglossia in the Japanese Colonial Period / Seo Jaekil, page(s): 173-194

3. The Lost Memories of Empire and the Korean Return from Manchuria, 1945-1950 /Michael Kim, page(s): 195-223

4. No Distinction between Sacred and Secular / An Jong Chol, page(s): 225-246

5. Changes in Korean Labor Market Regimes / Kim Kyung Mi, page(s): 247-269

 

기타

6. Book Notes / Park Tae-Gyun, Sem Vermeersch, Song Ji-won, page(s): 271-284

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SEOUL JOURNAL OF KOREAN STUDIES Vol.23 No.1 (2010. 6)

1. Parhae’s Maritime Routes to Japan in the Eighth Century /Kim Chang Seok pp. 1~22 2. The Merit of Not Making Merit /Ahn Juhn Y pp. 23~50 3. Meeting the World through Eighteenth-century Yŏnhaeng /Jung Jae-Hoon pp. 51~69 4. Convention and Innovation /Lee Insuk pp. 71~93 5. Socialism, the National Question, and East Asia in Colonial Korea: 1937-1945 /Kim Keongil pp. 95~116 6. Marching to a Different Beat: Existentialist Themes in Yi Munyŏ l’s Debut Novella, Saeha’gok (Song under a Border Fortress)/Michael Finch pp. 117~136 기타 7. Book Notes /Mark E. Caprio, Seo Jaekil, Kim Juwon, Ko Dongho, Ryu Youngju...

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SEOUL JOURNAL OF KOREAN STUDIES Vol.22 No.2, (2009. 12)

1. Guest Editor’s Introduction /Hur Nam-lin pp. 111~112 Theme Issue : The Imjin War 2. National Defense in Shambles : Wartime Military Buildup in Choso˘n Korea, 1592-98 / Hur Nam-lin pp. 113~135 3. The Imjin War and the Official Discourse of Chastity /Lee Sook-in , Adam Bohnet pp. 137~156 4. War and the Death of a Kisaeng : The Construction of the Collective Memory of the “Righteous Kisaeng Non’gae” in Late Chosŏn /Jung Ji Young , Franklin Rausch, Kangri Park pp. 157~180 Articles 5. State Suppression of Buddhism and Royal Patronage of the Ritual of Water and Land in the...

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SEOUL JOURNAL OF KOREAN STUDIES Vol.22 No.1 (2009. 6)

Articles 1. Compositional Changes of Economic Policymakers and New Economic Discourses in the 1970s and 80s Park Tae-Gyun 저 pp. 1~28(28 pages) 2. Reinventing Female Identity Cho Eun-su 저 pp. 29~53(25 pages) 3. Tasan’s Choice : Yi Yin or Yan Yuan? Kim Hongkyung 저 pp. 55~71(17 pages) 4. Paradise Found : Recovery and Redemption in Yi Hyoseok’s Later Literature Steven D. Capener 저 pp. 73~92(20 pages) 기타 5. Book Notes etc. 편집부 편 pp. 93~110(20 pages) Carré, Na EunjooMore Posts – Website

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SEOUL JOURNAL OF KOREAN STUDIES Vol.21 No.2 (2008. 12)

Articles 1. The Private Academies (Sŏwŏn) and Neo-Confucianism in Late Chosŏn Korea Ch’oe Yŏng-ho 저 /pp. 139~191(53 pages) 2. Buddhist Faith and Conceptions of the Afterlife in Koryŏ / Kim Young Mi 저 /pp. 193~220(28 pages) 3. Yi Hoe and His Korean Ancestors in T’aean Yi Genealogies / Kenneth R. Robinson 저 /pp. 221~250(30 pages) 4. Transferring the Dharma Message of the Master – Inscriptions on Korean Monk Portraits from the Chosŏn Period / Maya Stiller 저 /pp. 251~294(44 pages) Review Article 5. A Review of Current Research on Marital Violence and the Efficacy of Intervention in Korea / Jun...

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SEOUL JOURNAL OF KOREAN STUDIES Vol.21 No. ( 2008. 6)

Articles 1. Imagined Connections in Early Modern Korea, 1500-1894 / Eugene Y. Park 저 /pp. 1~27(27 pages) 2. Hansi and Diglossia in the Chosŏn Period / Lee Jongmook 저 /pp. 29~49(21 pages) 3. A Forgotten Firsthand Account of the Pyŏng’in yangyo (1866)/ Daniel C. Kane 저 /pp. 51~85(35 pages) 4. Ssanggye-sa and Local Buddhist History / John Jorgensen 저 /pp. 87~127(41 pages) 기타 5. Book Notes Seo Jung-Min · Jung Jae-hun · Park Tae-gyun · Jo Jung-eun 서평 /pp. 129~138(10 pages) Carré, Na EunjooMore Posts – Website

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Seoul Journal of Korean Studies, Vol. 20, N- 2 (2007)

This volume includes three articles from the field of Korean History: -Sem Vermeersch analyzes the historiographical aspects of stelae as a genre to provide a framework for better understanding early Korean Buddhism in his article, « The Eminent Koryŏ Monk: Stele Inscriptions as Sources for the Lives and Careers of Koryŏ Monks. » -Song Kiho addresses the history of literacy on the Korean peninsula, using a variety of sources to present a comparative evaluation of literary development in the Three Kingdoms period in « Ancient Literacy: Compariosn and Periodization. » -Haruka Matsuda’s « A Clash of Empires in East Asia: The Geneva Conference on Korea,...