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[Vol.52. No.4Understanding the Colonial Modern Period of Korea through the Lens of Conceptual History
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[Vol.51. No.3Korean Studies Viewed through Academic Journals and Organizations
[Vol.51. No.2New Understanding of and Strategies for Korean Unification
[Vol.51. No.1The Horak Debate Debate in Eighteenth-Century Joseon
[Vol.50. No.4The Centennial of Japan's Annexation of Korea: Rethinking Annexation and Postcolonial Legacy
[Vol.50. No.3Contemporary Korean Society Viewed through the Lens of the Candlelight Vigils of 2008
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[Vol.50. No.1Consuming Food as Cultural Practice in Contemporary Korea: From an East Asian Perspective
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[Vol.49. No.2A Contemporary History of the Korean Peninsula
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[Vol.48. No.3Colonial Modernity and the Making of Modern Korean Cities
[Vol.48. No.2Unearthing Joseon Court Life from Uigwe, Joseon's Documentary Heritage
[Vol.48. No.1Mapping the World:The Joseon Worldview As Seen Through Old Maps
[Vol.47. No.4Toward a Multicultural Society?
[Vol.47. No.3Theories of Beauty in Korean Art History
[Vol.47. No.2The "Religious" in Contemporary Korean Culture
[Vol.47. No.1A Postmodern Turn in Korean literature
[Vol.46. No.4Local Autonomy and Democracy in Korea
[Vol.46. No.3Reflections on the Dominant Frameworks of Modern Korean History
[Vol.46. No.2Currents and Prospects of the Citizens' Movement in Korea
[Vol.46. No.1Contemporary Korean Cinema: Industry, Art, and Ideology
[Vol.45. No.4Whither the North Korean Nuclear Issue?/ Positioning the Korean Wave in the Nexus between Globalization and Localization
[Vol.45. No.3Economic Crisis and Social Change in South Korea/ The Stories of Modern Concepts in Korea
[Vol.45. No.2Reinventing Korean Food/ Portraits in the Joseon Dynasty
[Vol.45. No.1Korean Buddhist Response to Modernity/ Perspectives on China's Northeast Project
[Vol.44. No.4Overseas Migration and Repatriation of Koreans/ Critical Reviews of Protestantism in Contemporary Korea
[Vol.44. No.3Hybrid Urbanity: Spatial Embodiment and Place Politics/ Discourses and Practices of Environmentalism
[Vol.44. No.2The Korean Face: Its Philosophical, Cultural, and Social Demensions
[Vol.44. No.1Economic and Social Inequality in Korea/ Rethinking Korean Views on America
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[Vol.43. No.3Emergence of Cyberculture in Korea/ North Korean Refugees in China
[Vol.43. No.2Regionalism in Korea / The 2002 Presidential Election in Korea
[Vol.43. No.1How Korean Is Korean Culture?: The Quest for National Identity
[Vol.42. No.4Reshaping Korean Philosophy for the Postmodern Era
[Vol.42. No.3The Issue of Settling the Past in Modern Korean History
[Vol.42. No.2Women's Policy in Korea in the 1990s
[Vol.42. No.1Korean Economy in Transition: Before and After the 1997 Crisis / Human Rights in Korea
[Vol.41. No.4Remaking of Modern Family in Korea
[Vol.41. No.3Civilization in Contact: Between East and West
[Vol.41. No.2One Year after the North-South Summit Meeting / Social Policy of the Kim Dae-jung Administration: Success and Failure
[Vol.41. No.1Emerging New Religiousity: Modernity Disputes on Korean Religious Culture
[Vol.40. No.4The Artistic Exchange among Three Countries: Korea, China and Japan
[Vol.40. No.3NGO and People's Power: Democratization and Civil Society in Korea
[Vol.40. No.2Korean Thought in the 20th Century
[Vol.40. No.1Korean Studies at the Cross-Roads
[Vol.39. No.4100 Years of Modern Korean Literature Revisited; Korean Protestantism in the Modern Age
[Vol.39. No.3Modernism, Postmodernism, and the Identity of Korean Cities; M i d - Term Evaluation of Koreas Post-crisis Economic Manage
[Vol.39. No.2Korean Bureaucracy and Reform; Kwangju Peoples Uprising
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[Vol.38. No.2The First Look at the Korean Economic Crisis / Anthropological Perspectives on Korean Women
[Vol.38. No.1Korea: A "Risk" Society
[Vol.37. No.4A Look at the Korean Economy / Confucianism and Democracy / Woman and Childbirth
[Vol.37. No.3Opening New Paths: Performing Arts in Korea
[Vol.37. No.2Neo-Confucianism and Population Growth / The Historical Origin of Civil Society / Gender/Sexualtiy System as a Labor Control Mec
[Vol.37. No.1Physical Changes in Korean Shamans during Sprit-possession / The Myth of Tan'gun / Koryo
[Vol.36. No.4Korean Archaeology and Its Relationship to China / Illegality of the Treaties Leading to Japan's Rule of Korea / Family Structur
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[Vol.36. No.2Korean's View of Life and Death: Past and Present / Pan'gundae Rock Art
[Vol.36. No.1The Impact and Legacy of Japanese Imperialist Rule
[Vol.35. No.4Rethinking Korean Literary Modernity / The Life and Works of An Kuk-son / T. Roosevelt's Foreign Policy toward Korea
[Vol.35. No.3Seoul's Modern Urban Development / Korean-Japanese New Archaeological Data / The Song of Shim Ch'ong
[Vol.35. No.2Economic Development and Democracy: Korea as a New Model? / Origin and Change in Kimch'i Culture / History of Christianity in Ko
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[Vol.34. No.1Metaphysical Grounds of Tasan Thought / Korean-American Literature / The Nature of South Korean Anti-Americanism
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[Vol.33. No.2The Coup d'Etat of 1884 and the Pukch'ong Army / The Social Movements in Korea in the 1990s / Unpublished Early Poems of Yu Ch'i
[Vol.33. No.1Analysis of Korean Elections of 1992 / Realism and Korean Novel / History, Culture and Language of the Koryo Saram
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[Vol.32. No.1The Concept of Peace in Korean Thought / The Term of Address
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[Vol.31. No.2Korea and the Silk Road / North-South Korean Studies II
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