Korean Studies Volume 34 Contents Now On Line

The con­tents of vol­ume 34 (2010) of Kore­an Stud­ies, the annu­al jour­nal co-pub­lished by the Cen­ter for Kore­an Stud­ies and the Uni­ver­si­ty of Hawaii Press, are now avail­able on line through Project Muse (http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/korean_studies/toc/ks.34.html).

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Vol­ume 34 of Kore­an Stud­ies, edit­ed by Hagen Koo, con­tains these articles:

  • The Demo­c­ra­t­ic State Engulf­ing Civ­il Soci­ety: The Ironies of Kore­an Democ­ra­cy” by Jang Jip Choi (pp. 1 – 24)
  • Nation­al­ism and Eth­nic Iden­ti­ty in the Sino-Kore­an Bor­der Region of Yan­bian, 1945–1950” by Adam Cath­cart (pp. 25 – 53)
  • Sil­la Bud­dhism and the Hwarang” by Richard D. McBride II (pp. 54 – 89)
  • The Visu­al Embod­i­ment of Women in the Korea Mis­sion Field” by Hyaewe­ol Choi (pp. 90 – 126)
  • Images of Monas­ti­cism: The Tem­ple Stay Pro­gram and the Re-brand­ing of Kore­an Bud­dhist Tem­ples” by Uri Kaplan (pp. 127 – 146).

The vol­ume also con­tains reviews of The Com­fort Women: Sex­u­al Vio­lence and Post­colo­nial Mem­o­ry in Korea and Japan by Sarah Soh (reviewed by Mire Koikari); China’s Rise and the Two Kore­as: Pol­i­tics, Eco­nom­ics, Secu­ri­ty by Scott Sny­der (reviewed by Daniel C. Kane); Between Ally and Part­ner: Korea-Chi­na Rela­tions and the Unit­ed States by Jae Ho Chung (reviewed by Adam Cath­cart); Japan­ese Assim­i­la­tion Poli­cies in Colo­nial Korea, 1910 – 1945 by Mark Caprio (reviewed by Bran­don Palmer); and Famine in North Korea: Mar­kets, Aid, and Reform by Stephan Hag­gard and Mar­cus Noland (reviewed by Jacob Reidhead).

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