[KS] Publication Announcement: Journal of Korean Studies, Vol. 23, No. 1
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The Center for Korean Research in the Weatherhead East Asian Institute, Columbia University is pleased to announce the publication of the Journal of Korean Studies March 2018 issue, Volume 23, No.1.
The articles will be available online shortly through read.dukeupress.edu and Project MUSE, including for individuals not affiliated with a subscribing institution. The abstracts for the current issue are available at <http://jks.weai.columbia.edu/volumes/> jks.weai.columbia.edu.
The Journal of Korean Studies (JKS) publishes articles in all disciplines and across all time periods, both historical and contemporary. The JKS is committed to articles that engage with a Korea-related topic in a substantial way, take existing scholarship (in Korean and/or other languages) into account, and explore new methodologies and theoretical frameworks that speak to readerships beyond Korean studies. We encourage transnational, interdisciplinary approaches to scholarship.
JKS welcomes submissions year round for publication in the spring issue. For more information please visit <http://jks.weai.columbia.edu/> jks.weai.columbia.edu and <https://www.dukeupress.edu/journal-of-korean-studies/> https://www.dukeupress.edu/journal-of-korean-studies/
The Journal of Korean Studies, March 2018, Volume 23, No.1
Selling Smiles: Emotional Labor and Labor-Management Relations in 1930's Colonial Korea
Chinsŏk O and Howard Kahm
The Ondol Problem and the Politics of Forest Conservation in Colonial Korea
Queer(ing) Language in Yi Kwangsu’s Mujŏng: Sexuality, Nation, and Colonial Modernity
Visualizing and Invisibilizing the Subempire: Labor, Humanitarianism and Popular Culture
Across South Korea, Southeast and South Asia
Revolution from 360 Feet Below: The Art and Architecture of the P’yŏngyang Metro
Multiculturalism as ‘New Enlightenment’: The Myth of Hypergamy and Social Integration in
Hye Seung Chung
Melodramatic Tactics for Survival in the Neoliberal Era: Excess and Justice in The Heirs and My Love from the Star
We Jung Yi
Illegitimate Elites and the Politics of Belonging at a Korean University
Park Chung Hee and Modern Korea: The Roots of Militarism 1866-1945 by Carter Eckert
Reviewed by Hyung-Gu Lynn
Project Eagle; The American Christians of North Korean in WWII by Robert Kim
Reviewed by Allan Millet
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