[KS] Acta Koreana Book Reviews Request
mcefinch at yahoo.co.uk
Wed Nov 14 00:36:54 EST 2007
The Korean studies journal Acta Koreana has recently received the following books for review:
1. Human Decency / 1993 Gong Ji Young/ 2006 Translated by Bruce and Ju-Chan Fulton, Kim Miza and Suzanne Crowder Han / Jimoondang Publishing Company, Seoul / ISBN: 89-88095-92-8
2. Interrelated Issues in Korean, East Asian and world literature / by Cho Dong-il / 2006 / Jimoondang, Seoul / ISBN: 89-88095-98-7
3. Land of Exile / Edited by Marshall R. Pihl; Bruce & Ju-Chan Rulton, Translated by Marshall R. Pihl; Bruce & Ju-Chan Rulton / 2007.07 / M.E. Sharpe Inc. / ISBN: 978-0-7656-1810-8
4. A Concise History of Korea: From the Neolithic Period through the Nineteenth Century / Michael J. Seth / 2006 / Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc. / ISBN13: 978-0-7425-4004-0(cloth: alk. Paper), ISBN10: 0-7425-4004-9(cloth: alk.paper)
5. Domesticating the Dharma / Richard D. McBride, ¥±/ 2008 / University of Hawai'i Press, Honolulu / ISBN 978-0-8248-3087-8
If you would be interested in reviewing one of these books for Acta Koreana 11-2, due out on 15 July, 2008, please contact the editors at editor at kmu.ac.kr. It would be helpful if when you write you could also let us know your current academic status, affilliation, research field(s), and preferred mailing address.
Unfortunately, we are at present unable to offer any remuneration for this important work, but all reviewers will receive a complimentary copy of the issue of the journal in which their book review appears in addition to the review copy of the book. After publication in Acta Koreana, most book reviews are subsequently also published on the Korean Studies Review website.
Dr. Michael Finch
Associate Editor, Acta Koreana
Associate Professor, Department of Korean Studies
Keimyung University, 1000 Shindang-dong,
Dalseo-gu, Taegu, 704-701, Korea
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