New Issue of Korean Studies Now On Line

Korean Studies journal volume 42 (2018)Vol­ume 42 (2018) of Kore­an Stud­ies, the annu­al jour­nal of the Uni­ver­si­ty of Hawai’i Cen­ter for Kore­an Stud­ies, is now avail­able on line through Project MUSE and its par­tic­i­pat­ing insti­tu­tions.

This issue of the jour­nal, pub­lished in coöper­a­tion with the Uni­ver­si­ty of Hawai’i Press, con­tains four arti­cles and five book reviews. The arti­cles are:

  • Implic­it Polit­i­cal and Eco­nom­ic Lib­er­ties in the Thought of Tasan Chŏng Yagy­ong” by Jong­woo Yi;
  • Young Barbara’s Devo­tion and Death: Read­ing Father Ch’oe’s Field Report of 1850” by Deberniere J. Tor­rey;
  • The Prob­lem of Sov­er­eign Suc­ces­sion in Con­fu­cian Rit­u­al Dis­course: Con­sti­tu­tion­al Thought of Rec­on­cil­i­a­tion between Fact and Val­ue” by Moowon Cho; and
  • Iden­ti­ties Sur­round­ing a Ceno­taph for Kore­an Atom­ic Bomb Vic­tims” by Yuko Taka­hashi.

Books reviewed in this issue are:

  • Decen­ter­ing Cit­i­zen­ship: Gen­der, Labor and Migra­tion Rights in South Korea by Hae Yeon Choo, reviewed by Robert York;
  • North Korea’s Hid­den Rev­o­lu­tion: How the Infor­ma­tion Under­ground is Trans­form­ing a Closed Soci­ety by Jie­un Baek, reviewed by Tony Docan‐Morgan;
  • Ignit­ing the Inter­net: Youth and Activism in Postau­thor­i­tar­i­an South Korea by Jiyeon Kang, reviewed by Myungji Yang;
  • Women and Bud­dhist Phi­los­o­phy: Engag­ing Zen Mas­ter Kim Iryŏp by Jin Y. Park, reviewed by Jung­shim Lee; and
  • Cura­tive Vio­lence: Reha­bil­i­tat­ing Dis­abil­i­ty, Gen­der, and Sex­u­al­i­ty in Mod­ern Korea by Eun­jung Kim, reviewed by Son­ja M. Kim.

In the Project MUSE sys­tem, the cur­rent issue of Kore­an Stud­ies can be found at https://muse.jhu.edu/issue/38544. Print­ed copies of the jour­nal can be obtained by sub­scrip­tion from the Uni­ver­si­ty of Hawaii Press Jour­nals Depart­ment.

Kore­an Stud­ies wel­comes sub­mis­sion of orig­i­nal, schol­ar­ly arti­cles relat­ed to Korea. Poten­tial con­trib­u­tors should con­sult the guide­lines for authors at http://www.hawaii.edu/korea/pages/Publications/guidelines.pdf. Queries regard­ing edi­to­r­i­al mat­ters can be direct­ed to the edi­tor, Prof. Christo­pher J. Bae, at cjbae@hawaii.edu. Send ques­tions regard­ing book reviews to the book‐review edi­tor, Prof. Ji Young Kim, at jkim22@hawaii.edu.

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