[KS] Announcement of publication of European Journal of Korean Studies Vol 20 (1)
R.Winstanley-Chesters at leeds.ac.uk
Thu Oct 1 00:34:37 EDT 2020
Announcement of publication of European Journal of Korean Studies Vol 20 (1)
The European Journal of Korean Studies aims to be the leading peer-reviewed, citation-indexed outlet for academic output in Europe in the English language, providing European and global scholars of Korea a venue that we know has been much in demand, long called for, and greatly anticipated.
Table of Contents
‘Families in the Household Registers of Seventeenth-Century Korea: Capital, Urban and Rural Areas’
DONGGUE LEE (Sungkyunkwan University) and SANGWOO HAN (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)
‘A Reconsideration of the New Right’s Formative Period (2003–2008): Conservative Experiences, Mass Media and Cultural Memory in Post-Authoritarian South Korea’
PATRICK VIERTHALER (Kyoto University)
‘Facets of Lü Dongbin in Korean Painting and Literature’
NELLY GEORGIEVA-RUSS (Seoul National University)
‘Continuities in the Party System of the Republic of Korea from the Authoritarian to the Democratic Era: The Conservative Party(ies) in the National Assembly between 1972 and 1997’
VICENT PLANA ARANDA (Duisburg Essen University)
‘The Nation over Gender and Class: Media Framing of Comfort Women in South Korea and Japan ’
JAY SONG and JUN OHASHI (University of Melbourne)
Forest Dreams and Forest Nightmares: A Conversation with David Fedman
Papers in this issue consider families in Seventeenth Century Korean Household Registers, the formation of South Korea's New Right Movement, the representation of Lü Dongbin in Korean painting and poetry, continuities in the system of political parties in South Korea between 1972 and 1997 and the media framing of Comfort Women in South Korea and Japan The European Journal of Korean Studies Vol 20 (1) also offers reviews of some of the most intriguing recent book length writing, including a further review of Zhihua Shen and Yafeng Xia’s ‘A Misunderstood Friendship: Mao Zedong, Kim Il-sung, and Sino–North Korean Relations, 1949–1976’ a review of Todd Henry's edited volume 'Queer Korea' followed by Todd Henry's own review of Heonik Kwon's 'After the Korean War: An Intimate History' and other reviews including Marc Nexon's 'La Traversée de Pyongyang' and Charles Kim, Jungwon Kim, Hwasook Nam and Serk-Bae Suh's edited volume 'Beyond Death: The Politics of Suicide and Martyrdom in Korea.’
We welcome new writing by scholars from Western and Eastern Europe, Korea, Australasia, and beyond and hope that readers will consider submitting their own work for future issues. We take a detailed approach to peer review and copy editing, are committed to diversity and take particular pride in our work with early career scholars. The journal appears twice a year, has an ISSN number and is now a member of Crossref. The European Journal of Korean Studies has been accepted for indexing in SCOPUS and ESCI/Web of Science and our integration into their systems is currently underway.
To obtain a copy of the European Journal of Korean Studies visit our website for further information at www.ejks.org.uk and purchase a subscription, individual issues or articles. The European Journal of Korean Studies subscription rates for students (up through graduate student/PhD level) are very reasonably priced online at £15 per year. You may also become a member of the British Association for Korean Studies and receive this, future and past issues free of charge.
Editor in Chief - Dr James Lewis (Wolfson College, University of Oxford)
Managing Editor - Dr Robert Winstanley-Chesters (University of Leeds / Bath Spa University / Wolfson College, University of Oxford)
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