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Catégorie : Korean Studies
University of Hawaii
Rethinking Korean Identity in Music: Editor’s Introduction / Eun-Young Jung, pp. 1-3
“Fusion” and Questions of Korean Cultural Identity in Music / R. Anderson Sutton, pp. 4-24
Reclaiming Korea from “Korean Performance Tradition”: A Critique of the Contemporization of Kugak / Chan E. Park, pp. 25-43
Korea’s Unique Kŏmun’go Zither and its Roles in Korean Music: Challenging the Dichotomies of “Traditional” Kugak and “Creative” Ch’angjak Kugak / In-pyong Chun, pp. 44-70
The Place of Sentimental Song in Contemporary Korean Musical Life / Eun-Young Jung, pp. 71-92
Between Confucianism and Marxism-Leninism: Juche and the Case of Chŏng Tasan / Alzo David-West, pp. 93-121
The Mystery of Emperor Kojong’s Sudden Death in 1919: Were the Highest Japanese Officials Responsible? / Yŏng-ho Ch’oe, Tae-jin Yi, pp. 122-151
Primitive Selves: Koreana in the Japanese Colonial Gaze, 1910–1945 (review) / Todd Henry, pp. 152-157
Crisis of Gender and the Nation in Korean Literature and Cinema: Modernity Arrives Again (review) / Sang Yee Cheon, pp. 157-159
Beyond the Final Score: The Politics of Sport in Asia (review) / Kevin D. Kim, pp. 160-162
North Korea, Caught in Time: Images of War and Reconstruction (review) / Daniel C. Kane, pp. 162-165
Contributors, pp. 166-167
Articles The Democratic State Engulfing Civil Society: The Ironies of Korean Democracy, pp. 1-24 /Jang Jip Choi Nationalism and Ethnic Identity in the Sino-Korean Border Region of Yanbian, 1945–1950, pp. 25-53 /Adam Cathcart Silla Buddhism and the Hwarang, pp. 54-89 /Richard D. McBride II The Visual Embodiment of Women in the Korea Mission Field, pp. 90-126 /Hyaeweol Choi Images of Monasticism: The Temple Stay Program and the Re-branding of Korean Buddhist Temples, pp. 127-146 /Uri Kaplan Book Reviews The Comfort Women: Sexual Violence and Postcolonial Memory in Korea and Japan (review), pp. 147-149 /Mire Koikari China’s Rise and the Two Koreas: Politics, Economics, Security (review), pp....
Cultural Change in Korean Films Transitional Emotions: Boredom and Distraction in Hong Sang-su’s Travel Films / Youngmin Choe pp. 1-28 Love Your Enemies: Revenge and Forgiveness in Films by Park Chan-wook / Steve Choe pp. 29-51 Imagining a Feminine Icon: Multiple Metamorphoses of Hwang Chin-i in Cinema and Television / Hana Lee pp. 52-68 Articles North Korean “Rural Fiction” from the Late 1990s to the Mid-2000s: Permanence and Change / Tatiana Gabroussenko pp. 69-100 Reconsidering Transnational Cultural Flows of Popular Music in East Asia: Transbordering Musicians in Japan and Korea Searching for “Asia” / Hyunjoon Shin pp. 101-123 Thinking Locally,...
Korean Minorities in the Age of Globalization Between Defector and Migrant: Identities and Strategies of North Koreans in South Korea / Byung-Ho Chung / pp. 1-27 Subject Headings: * Korea (North) — Emigration and immigration. * Korea (South) — Emigration and immigration. * Defectors — Korea (South) — Social conditions. * Group identity — Korea (South) Abstract: This article examines the structural conditions and the individual strategies of North Koreans in South Korea. It provides a historical account on the changing social definitions of and policies toward North Korean border-crossers and how the changing conditions have affected their identities and...
Articles * Koo, Hagen, 1941- The Changing Faces of Inequality in South Korea in the Age of Globalization Subject Headings: o Equality — Korea (South) o Consumption (Economics) — Social aspects — Korea (South) o Education — Social aspects — Korea (South) o Social classes — Korea (South) o Globalization — Social aspects — Korea (South) Abstract: The social and cultural landscape of inequality in South Korea has changed significantly in the recent period. This article investigates the emerging pattern of social inequality in South Korea since the financial crisis in 1997–1998, focusing on changes in three major areas of...
Guest Editor: Kenneth R. RobinsonARTICLESGuest Editor’s IntroductionKenneth R. Robinson, 1Economic Growth in P’yŏngan Province and the Development of Pyongyang in the Late Chosŏn PeriodSoo-chang Oh, 3Pyongyang, one Korea’s oldest cities, was considered an important defense site during the Koryŏ dynasty, but did not develop significantly until the Chosŏn dynasty in the seventeenth century. This was partly because of its border location and unsuitability for farming but most of all because of discrimination by the central government. After the eighteenth century, however, Pyongyang led in the social development of Chosŏn. With stability in the relationship with Qing China, the area was...