THE REVIEW OF KOREAN STUDIES Volume 13 Number 2 (2010. 6)

Reflections on Teaching Korean History in English

1. Guest Editor’s Introduction /Lee Injae pp. 7~11

Special Feature

2. Globalization and Korean History Education in English in Korea /Lee Injae, Lee Hyunsook pp. 13~31

3. A Case Study on Teaching Korean History in English in Korea /Lee Hyunsook pp. 33~55

4. Insight into Korean History and Education /Noriko Sato pp. 57~75

5. Effective Use of Information on the Web for Korean History Courses Taught in English /Shin Myung-Ho pp. 77~94

6. Korean History Education in the United States /Kim Jeom Sook pp. 95~131

Materials on Korean Studies

7. New Directions for Research and the Tradition of Yeonhaengrok /Jo Yoong-hee pp. 135~157


8. The Cultural Politics of Place Names in Korea /Kim Sun-Bae pp. 161~186

9. Gwangju Video and the Tradition of South Korean Independent Documentaries /Park Nohchool pp. 187~214

Book Reviews

10. Building Ships, Building a Nation: Korea’s Democratic Unionism under Park Chung Hee By Hwasook Nam, Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2009. 372 pp., US$35.00, ISBN 978-0-295-98899-3 (paperback) /Kim Jun pp. 217~221

11. The Red Room: Stories of Trauma in Contemporary Korea Translated by Bruce and Ju-Chan Fulton, Hawai‘i: University of Hawai‘i Press, 2009. 195pp., US$15.00, ISBN 978-0-8248-3397-8 (softcover) /Seung-Hee Jeon pp. 223~226

12. Women, Television and Everyday Life in Korea: Journeys of Hope By Youna Kim, New York: Routledge, 2005. 242 pp. US$39.95, ISBN 978-0-415-54668-3 (paperback)/Ryu Jecheol pp. 227~231

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