The on-line version of the latest volume (32) of Korean Studies, the journal of the University of Hawai’i Center for Korean Studies, is now available through Project MUSE, the on-line repository of humanities and social sciences journals.
Access to the table of contents and article abstracts is open to all at http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/korean_studies/toc/ks.32.html. Access to the full text is restricted to those at participating institutions. UH faculty and students can get access through the UH library system (see http://micro189.lib3.hawaii.edu/ezproxy/details.php?dbId=1361).
Articles in Volume 32 include:
- “Between Defector and Migrant: Identities and Strategies of North Koreans in South Korea” by Byung-Ho Chung (pp. 1-27)
- “Will South Korea Follow the German Experience?: Democracy, the Migratory Process, and the Prospects for Permanent Immigration in Korea” by Timothy C. Lim (pp. 28-55)
- “Mixed Race Peoples in the Korean National Imaginary and Family” by Mary Lee (pp. 56-85)
- “The Gay Rights Movement in Democratizing Korea” by Youngshik D. Bong (pp. 86-103)
- “Emperor and Emissary: The Hongwu Emperor, Kwŏn Kŭn, and the Poetry of Late Fourteenth Century Diplomacy” by Dane Alston (pp. 104-147)
- “On the Semantic Derogation of Terms for Women in Korean, with Parallel Developments in Chinese and Japanese” by Minju Kim (pp. 148-176)
The issue also contains reviews of thirteen books.
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