[KS] Publication Announcement: Korea Journal, Vol. 57, no. 2 (Summer 2017)

Korea, Journal kj at unesco.or.kr
Mon Jul 3 04:36:04 EDT 2017

Dear list members,

The *Korea Journal* is delighted to announce the publication of its Summer
2017 issue (vol. 57, no. 2). It contains the following articles:

Decoding the “Free Democratic Basic Order” for the Unification of Korea,

by Hannes B. MOSLER

Before and After the “Age of Literary Coteries”: *A Diachronic Analysis of
Writers’ Networks in Korea, 1917–1927*,

by Jae-Yon LEE

Proposals to Safeguard Measures in Korea’s Future Preferential Trade

by Ho KIM and Bongchul KIM

A Critical Argument against the Thesis of “Individualization without
Individualism”: *Focusing on a Comparison between Germany’s *Sonderweg* and
South Korea’s Special Path to Modernization*

by Chan-Sook HONG

The Four Heavenly Kings of Jikjisa Temple (1665) and Their Significance

by Youngae LIM

Exploring Challenges and Strategies in Promoting Korean Culture through
Museum Exhibition in the United States

by Seoha MIN and Byoungho JIN

Since its foundation in 1961, the *Korea Journal* has been dedicated to
promoting all facets of Korean Studies throughout the world. Articles
appearing in the journal are abstracted and indexed in Thompson Reuters’
Arts and Humanities Citation Index (A&HCI), Elsevier's SCOPUS, and the
Korea Citation Index (KCI).

We would like to take this opportunity to remind all of you that we always
welcome submissions of articles and book reviews in the field of Korean
Studies. For further information on submission guidelines, please visit the
journal's web page at: http://www.ekoreajournal.net/submission/index.htm.

All the best,

Korea Journal Editorial Team

Korean National Commission for UNESCO

26 Myeongdong-gil (UNESCO Road)

Jung-gu, Seoul 04536, South Korea

Tel. +82-2-6958-4110/180

Fax. +82-2-6958-4250
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