[KS] Journal of Korean Religions / Vol. 6 No. 2 / October 2015

JKR journalkr at sogang.ac.kr
Wed Nov 11 12:18:21 EST 2015

The Journal of Korean Religions (JKR) would like to announce the October
2015 publication of Volume 6, Number 2.

This issue featured articles on two themes we hope will continue to
attract research, ‘New Horizons in Confucian Studies’ and ‘The Korean
War and Christianity.’ Two recent works on the theoretical,
theological, and practical complexities of Korean immigrant religious
life in the United States are reviewed here as well.

New Horizons in Confucian Studies

Internalizing Morals and the Active Intervention of a Moral System:
Zhu Xi and Yi Hwang’s Theories of kyŏngmul 格物 and mulgyŏk 物格
KIM Hyoungchan

A Religious Approach to the Zhongyong: With a Focus on Western
Translators and Korean Confucians
Seonhee KIM and MinJeong BAEK

The Korean War and Christianity

“All Man, All Priest”: Father Emil Kapaun, Religion, Masculinity, and
the Korean War
Franklin RAUSCH

Reframing Christianity on Cheju during the Korean War
Gwisook GWON

Book Reviews
A Postcolonial Self: Korean Immigrant Theology and Church. Choi Hee An.
Reviewed by Andrew S. PARK

Memory and Honor: Cultural and Generational Ministry with Korean American
Communities. Simon C. Kim.
Reviewed by Franklin RAUSCH

Our next issues will include a number of works on ancient and
contemporary Korean Buddhism and a collection focused on the theme of
Urban Aspirations in 2016 and in 2017, a continued focus on Confucian

We also want to inform scholars from all disciplines about our
continuing call for papers on all topics pertaining to Korean
religion. Submissions and inquiries should be sent to the Managing
Editor: journalkr at sogang.ac.kr.  Style guidelines can be found here:

Best wishes,
Kim Seong-nae
Don Baker
Editors-in-Chief, Journal of Korean Religions

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