[KS] Korea Journal Call for Book Reviews
kj at unesco.or.kr
Thu May 15 21:55:50 EDT 2014
The *Korea Journal* (KJ) is a quarterly academic journal in the field of
Korean studies, published by the Korean National Commission for
UNESCO. The *Korea
Journal *was established in 1961, and has since 2001 been indexed in
Thomson Reuters’ Arts and Humanities Citation Index (A&HCI).
*Korea Journal *cordially invites contributions of book reviews in the
field of Korean studies. In particular, we seek reviews of the following
books listed hereinafter, which have been selected for their academic rigor
and value to students and researchers of Korean Studies as well as to
1. Todd A. Henry, *Assimilating Seoul: Japanese Rule and The Politics of
Public Space in Colonial Korea, 1910-1941* (University of California Press,
2. Hun Joon Kim, *The Massacres at Mt. Halla* (Cornell University Press,
3. Sung-deuk Oak, *The Making of Korean Christianity: Protestant Encounters
with Korean Religions, 1876-1915* (Baylor University Press, 2013)
Manuscripts submitted and successfully selected following the standard
double blind peer review will be published in the *Korea Journal*.
Contributors will be remunerated based on the Journal’s hierarchical
compensation standards. Prospective contributors are requested to send an
electronic version of the manuscript in Microsoft Word format as an e-mail
attachment, along with his/her abridged curriculum vitae.
We look forward to receiving your contributions.
*Korea Journal *
Korean National Commission for UNESCO
26 Myeongdong-gil (UNESCO Road)
Jung-gu, Seoul 100-810, South Korea
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