Hawai‘i Studies on Korea

Published jointly by the Center for Korean Studies
and the University of Hawai‘i Press

The Center for Korean Studies was established in 1972 to coordinate and develop the resources for the study of Korea at the University of Hawai‘i. Reflecting the diversity of the academic disciplines represented by affiliated members of the University faculty, the Center seeks especially to promote interdisciplinary and intercultural studies. Hawai‘i Studies on Korea, published jointly by the Center for Korean Studies and the University of Hawai‘i Press, offers a forum for research in the social sciences and humanities pertaining to Korea and its people.

Catholics and Anti-Catholicism in Chosŏn Korea, by Don Baker and Franklin Rausch (May 2017)

Eastern Learning and the Heavenly Way: The Tonghak and Chondogyo Movements and the Twilight of Korean Independence, by Carl Young (August 2014)

Death, Mourning, and the Afterlife in Korea: Ancient to Contemporary Times, edited by Charlotte Horlyck and Michael J. Pettid (May 2014)

Non-Traditional Security Issues in North Korea, by Kyung-Ae Park (July 2013)

Soldiers on the Cultural Front: Developments in the Early History of North Korean Literature and Literary Policy, by Tatiana Gabroussenko (2010)

Questioning Minds: Short Stories of Modern Korean Women,by Yung-Hee Kim (2010)

Koreo-Japonica: A Re-evaluation of a Common Genetic Origin, by Alexander Vovin (2009)

Sitings: Critical Approaches to Korean Geography, edited by Timothy R. Tangherlini and Sallie Yea (2007)

And So Flows History, by Hahn Moo-Sook, trans. by Young-Key Kim-Renaud (2005)

Crisis in North Korea: The Failure of De-Stalinization, 1956, by Andrei N. Lankov (2004)

Voices from the Straw Mat: Toward an Ethnography of Korean Story Singing, by Chan E. Park (2003)

Education Fever: Society, Politics, and the Pursuit of Schooling in South Korea, by Michael J. Seth (2002)

Min Yong-hwan: A Political Biography, by Michael Finch (2002)

Laying Claim to the Memory of May: A Look Back at the 1980 Kwangju Uprising, by Linda S. Lewis (2002)

The Ilse: First-Generation Korean Immigrants in Hawaii, 1903–1973, by Wayne Patterson (2000)


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