[KS] International Journal of Korean History Vol. 23, No.1 (Feb. 2018)

Int J Korean Hist ijkhinfo at gmail.com
Thu Mar 15 02:18:01 EDT 2018

The Center for Korean History at Korea University is pleased to announce
the publication of The International Journal of Korean History, Vol. 23,
No. 1, the complete table of contents of which may be found at the end of
this e-mail (or you can use this link:

The articles in this journal’s special theme issue focus on ‘Papers from
the 2017 Asian Studies Graduate Student Conference in conjunction with the
AAS-in-Asia Conference.’ All the articles in this issue and all previous
issues of the journal are currently accessible on Google Scholar, Directory
of Open Access Journals (https://doaj.org) and at the IJKH website (

The IJKH is an international scholarly journal that promotes original
research and new analyses and interpretations through articles, book
reviews, and translated scholarly works related to Korean history. The IJKH
editors and editorial board are committed to serving its international
authors and readers, and to the development of Korean studies both in and
outside of Korea.
The IJKH is published biannually in February and August of each year.
Submissions of academic papers related to the field of Korean history are
accepted for peer review throughout the year.

Best wishes,

John B. Duncan, Editor-in-chief

*Special Theme: Papers from the 2017 Asian Studies Graduate Student
Conference in conjunction with the AAS-in-Asia Conference*
Editor’s Introduction (Leighanne K. Yuh)
Ukanju and the Changing Political Order of Northeastern Asia in the 17th
Century (Meng Heng Lee)
An Unfulfilled Expectation: Britain’s Response to the Question of Korean
Independence, 1903-1905 (Euy Suk Kwon)
“A Thorough Study of the Spanish Influenza”: How Japanese Party Politics
and Ministerial Conflicts Reduced the Pandemic (Juhee Kang)

The Endeavour to Revise Unequal Treaties in East Asia in the Early 1880s
(Seunghoon Han)

*Book Review*
King of Spies: The Dark Reign of America’s Spymaster in Korea. By Blaine
Harden. New York: Viking, 2017. 260 pp. [9780525429937] (John Cussen)

*History in Cinema Review*
Hawaii, Cannes, and Los Angeles: Projecting South Korean Cinema to the
World (Sangjoon Lee)

Center for Korean History, Korea University(高麗大), Seoul, South Korea
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