[KS] historicizing "han"
Andrew P Killick
a.killick at sheffield.ac.uk
Tue Aug 21 11:32:31 EDT 2012
One item that I've found useful on this topic is:
Sasse, Werner. 1991. “*Minjung* Theology and Culture.” *British Association
for Korean Studies Papers* 1:29–43.
Andrew P. Killick, Ph.D.
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On 19 August 2012 12:48, McCann, David <dmccann at fas.harvard.edu> wrote:
> One thing to check would be the annual program listings for the AAS
> meetings. In the later 1970's and then on into the 1980's there were many
> papers presented on the subject. It's an indirect measure but might be
> I noticed in one of the collections of Sowol's poems in the back of the
> book was a listing of articles about the poet and his work. There too Han
> entered as a subject in the 1970's. One article by Midang on the subject
> prior to that.
> I can track more specifics when I get back from NY.
> Sent from my iPad
> On Aug 18, 2012, at 6:34 PM, "Michael Hurt" <kuraeji at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I once came across a reference to a source dealing with the literary
> > or historical construction of the Korean concept of HAN. Can anyone
> > provide a link to the source I might have come across? I've long since
> > forgotten where I saw this...
> > --
> > -----
> > Michael Hurt
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> > "Criticism, in short, is more than a right; it is an act of patriotism
> > – a higher form of patriotism, I believe, than the familiar rituals and
> > national adulation."
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