[KS] online resources of Korean studies journals or ebooks

King, Ross Ross.King at ubc.ca
Sun Apr 4 18:22:46 EDT 2021

The RISS site is also great: 


Most of the references indexed are in for-pay databases like KISS and DBPia, so access can be challenging if your library doesn't have access to them, but it's great nonetheless for letting you know what's out there on a topic (and a lot of the MA and PhD theses are open access), and the KCI articles mentioned by Rick McBride, as well as a few others that are open access, are included.

Ross King
Professor of Korean and Director, Centre for Korean Research
Department of Asian Studies, University of British Columbia
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Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z2
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ross.king at ubc.ca
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Dear Junghee

One place you can send students is the Korea Open Access Journals website:


Korea Journal, Acta Koreana, The Review of Korean Studies and others are available through this website.
The problem is that the website is not easily searchable like ProjectMuse or JSTOR.

Rick McBride

Richard D. McBride II, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Asian and Near Eastern Languages Department
3083 JFSB
Provo, UT 84602
(801) 422-7672

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Subject: [KS] online resources of Korean studies journals or ebooks

Dear colleagues,

I found out that I cannot find the journals of Korean studies online any more.
Would you let me know how I can find them so students can write papers.
Books and journals are not available in the library for students.
Online sources will be very helpful.

Your help is much appreciated.

Best regards,

Junghee Lee

Junghee Lee
Professor of Art History
School of Art and Design
Portland State University
P. O. Box 751
Portland, OR  97207-0751
U. S. A.
leeju at pdx.edu<mailto:leeju at pdx.edu>



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