Korean Histories is a peer-reviewed on-line academic journal that has recently published issue 3.2 (available for downloading from www.koreanhistories.org). The editors are now calling for papers for issue 4.1, scheduled for publication in November-December.
Korean Histories focuses on historiography as a social process in Korea and is devoted to research that heavily relies on sources other than the conventional written historical sources and highlights the role of these unconventional sources in the formation of historical visions of groups, communities, and both nonprofessional and professional historians.
The editors of Korean Histories invite submissions based on original research responding to the theme of historiography as social practice in Korea in the broadest sense possible, regardless of period, subject, or angle. Interdisciplinary or comparative submissions are welcome, as are, particularly, submissions that rely on unconventional sources (such as music, art, religious concepts, movies, the internet, blogs, advertisements or literary texts), which-–copyright laws permitting–may be published alongside the article in digital format.
Submit articles for consideration and any questions by e-mail to Ken Wells: email@example.com.