[KS] Acta Koreana Vol. 11, No. 2

Michael Finch mcefinch at yahoo.co.uk
Sun Jun 22 21:05:14 EDT 2008

Dear Colleagues,
Academia Koreana of Keimyung University is pleased to announce the publication of Acta Koreana Vol. 11, No. 2. Its table of contents may be found below. Acta Koreana is published semi-annually on 15 June and 15 December and accepts submissions of academic articles, literary translations, interviews and book reviews throughout the year. All submissions should be sent as MS Word file attachments to acta at kmu.ac.kr. For subscription enquiries please contact the managing editor at acta at kmu.ac.kr. Individual copies of the journal may be purchased on-line from our sole distributor www.seoulselection.com. 
Best regards,
Michael Finch
Acta Koreana Vol. 11, No. 2 (June 2008)
Translating Buddhism for the West: High Textual Scholarship 
on Korean Buddhism
By Richard D. McBride II                                                                          1–16
What is the Text? Authority and Authenticity in Muga
By Antonetta L. Bruno                                                                          17–44
Koreans’ Formation of Relationships based on ‘Uri (We)’ 
and Its Philosophical Background 
By Hong Won-sik                                                                                     45–63
Modernity, Postmodernity, and Confucianism
By Kwon Sang-woo                                                                                 65–85
A Modern Interpretation of Zhu Xi’s Lixue: With a Special 
Focus on the Formal Characteristics of Zhu Xi’s Study of Rites
By Lee Sung-yeon                                                                                  87–113
Flying Cranes and Drifting Cloud Motifs on Koryo Celadons:
Their Origin and Dissemination
By Saehyang P. Chung                                                                         115–139
“Spirit on the Wind” by O Chong-hui
Translated by Bruce and Ju-Chan Fulton                                            141–218
An Interview with Professor Im Dong-kwon
Conducted by Jung Hyung-ho                                                              219–243
Sitings: Critical Approaches to Korean Geography. 
Edited by Timothy R. Tangherlini and Sallie Yea. 
Alon Levkowitz                                                                                   245–247
Land of Exile: Contemporary Korean Fiction, Expanded Edition. 
Edited by Marshall R. Pihl; Bruce & Ju-Chan Fulton. 
Translated by Marshall R. Pihl; Bruce & Ju-Chan Fulton.          
Charles Montgomery                                                                         247–252
Interrelated Issues in Korean, East Asian and World Literature. 
By Cho Dong-il. 
Jina Kim                                                                                                  252–260

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