Catégorie : Sungkyun Journal of East Asian Studies

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Sungkyun Journal of East Asian Studies Vol 12 – N.2 (Oct. 2012)

6 Contents / editor

5 Imperial Writings: Rereading the Autobiography of Aisin Gioro Puyi / Olivia Anna Rovsing MILBURN

4 Can we Call Zhu Xi’s Notion of Xin Mind?: The Neo-Confucian Way of Understanding the Philosophy of Mind / Chan LEE

3 Contrast in Space and Characters: Han sŏr-ya’s Counter-censorship Strategies in the Newspaper Serial, Hwanghon(Dusk, 1936) / Jae-Yon LEE

2 The Kŭmo sinhwa-Product of a Cross-border Diffusion of Knowledge between Ming China and Chosŏn Korea during the Fifteenth Century / Dennis WUERTHNER

1 Book Reviews / Antonetta L. BRUNO; Tze-ki HON; Daniel C. KANE

Sungkyun Journal of East Asian Studies Vol 12 – N.1 (Arp. 2012)

6  Contents / editor

5  Film Propaganda and the Anti-schistosomiasis Campaign in Communist China / Ka-wai FAN

4 Between Sensationalism and Didacticism: News Coverage of the Huang-Lu affair and the Chinese Press in the Late 1920s . Qiliang HE

3 Pygmalion Colonialism: How to Become a Japanese Woman in Late Occupied Taiwan / Dean BRINK

2 The “High Miss” and Female Identity in the Fiction of Tanabe Seiko / Nathaniel PRESTON

1 Book Reviews Cheolbae SON, Klaus DITTRICH, Marten SODERBLOM SAARELA

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Sungkyun Journal of East Asian Studies Vol 11 – N.2 (Oct. 2011)

Editor’s Introduction

Articles
Capital Punishment and State Sovereignty in China
by Timothy BROOK

Japan and its Region: Changing Historical Perceptions
by Tessa MORRIS-SUZUKI

Determining Refugee Status for North Korean Escapees under International and Domestic Laws
by Patricia GOEDDE

17th Century East Asian Warfare and Korean Narrative Poetry in Classical Chinese:
Telling Historical Truth through the Memories of Hostages
by Jae-Kyo JIN

Narratives of Inauthenticity, Impurity, and Disorder.
Or: How Forgeries, Half-castes, and Hooligans Shaped Pre-modern Korean History
by Remco BREUKER

Book Review
Remco BREUKER
Establishing a Pluralist Society in Medieval Korea, 918-1170
by Peter YUN

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Sungkyun Journal of East Asian Studies Vol 11 – N.1 (April 2011)

Articles

Classical Exegesis and Social Change: The Song School of Yijing Commentaries in Late Imperial China / by Tze-ki HON (State University of New York, Geneseo)

The Authority of the Classics: A Comparative Analysis of the Hermeneutics of Ouyang Xiu and Ogyu Sorai / by Douglas SKONICKI (National Tsinghua University, Taiwan)

Allusion as a Poetic Mode in Li Shangyin’s Poetry on History / by Li ZENG ((University of Louisville)

A Study of Excavated Bamboo and Wooden-strip Analects: The Spread of Confucianism and Chinese Script / by Kyung-ho KIM (Academy of East Asian Studies, Sungkyunkwan University)

 

Book Reviews

PAK, Chiwon : The Jehol Diary / by Marion EGGERT (Bochum University)

John HOLSTEIN : A Moment’s Grace: Stories from Korea in Translation /by Brother ANTHONY of Taize (Sogang University)

Kenneth M. SWOPE : A Dragon’s Head and a Serpent’s Tail: Ming China and the First Great East Asian War, 1592-1598 /by Junjie LUO (Dickinson College)

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Sungkyun Journal of East Asian Studies Vol 10 – No 2 (Oct 2010)

ArticlesBuddhist Impact on the Creation of New Fictional Figures and Iamges in the You ming luby Zhenjun Zhang Scholarly Discourses in Chen Li’s (1810-1882) Lettersby Marten Ssarela The Transformation of Development Strategy in Korea: A ‘Risk Society’ Perspectiveby David Hundt The Hidden Impact of the 1931 Post-Wanpaoshan Riots:Credit Risk and the Chinese Commercial Network in Colonial Koreaby Michael Kim Law and Literature in Late Imperial China and Choson KoreaBy Sohyeon Park Book ReviewsChoi ChongkoEast Asian Jurisprudenceby Patricia Goedde Yi TaejinThe Dynamics of Confucianism and Modernization in Korean Historyby Remco Breuker Carré, Na EunjooMore Posts – Website