[KS] Re: Women Challenging Forms of Inequality in Korea

Chungmoo Choi cchoi at uci.edu
Mon Apr 19 14:40:57 EDT 1999

Dear Mike Goodwin,

I forgot to mention the book that I co-edited, <underline>Dangerous
Women: Gender and Korean Nationalism</underline> (Routledge, 1998).  It
does not directly deal with the women's movement.  But most of the
articles do discuss the issues that are related to your topic of
interest.  In a sense the book itself problematizes the authority of

Chungmoo Choi 

At 09:57 PM 4/18/99 -0500, you wrote:

>Hello Everyone:


>Greetings from balmy, rain soaked Toronto! I'd like to post a list 



>Can anyone give me some "initial advice" as to where I might begin to

>locate historically important and/or contemporary English languages

>sources (books, articles, WWW links, etc.) on the women's movement,

>women's rights activists, and/or women challenging forms of inequality

>in Korea?  Thank you in advance: your assistance is greatly


>Mike Goodwin

>goodwin at nas.net






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