[KS] new issue of Acta Korea (vol. 7 nr. 2, 2004)
sem.ver at btinternet.com
Mon Jul 12 21:59:44 EDT 2004
Dear list members,
The new issue of Acta Koreana, published by Academia Koreana of Keimyung university, is out! It contains three articles on the theme of Kaesong, capital of the Koryo dynasty, as well as an article on Buddhism and one on the digitalization of Korea. Furthermore there are our regular features, literature in translation and an interview - see below for the detailed list of contents.
Please note that our journal can now be ordered through Seoul Selection, please visit their website at www.seoulselection.com and go to books and then Korean Studies. Subscriptions will also be handled by them starting with the next issue, 8-1. Information on ordering the latest issue should be put on their website soon, for further information on orders contact Seoul Selection at fran at seoulselection.com. It is now also possible to pay by credit card, which makes it much easier to order.
Sem Vermeersch managing editor (send e-mails to acta at kmu.ac.kr)
Sem Vermeersch. Buddhism at the Center: The Temples of Kaes#335;ng and Their Socio-political Role
Sonja Häußler. Kaes#335;ng from the Perspective of Chos#335;n Dynasty Intellectuals
Remco E. Breuker. History with a Capital H: Kaes#335;ngs Forgotten Claim to Capital History
James H. Grayson. Digging Up Buddhism: Tales Affirming the Antiquity of Buddhism in the Samguk yusa
Hye-Soon Kim. A Sociological Analysis of the 2002 Digital Formation of South Korea
LITERATURE IN TRANSLATION
Don Mee Choi, translator. Misty Rain, Departing Rain (Kan#365;n pi, is#365;lbi) by Pak Wan-s#335;
Tschung-Sun Kim, translator. My Song: Poems by Sin S#335;k-ch#335;ng (19071974)
Bruce Fulton. A Conversation with Susan Choi
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