[KS] Work on Korean Three Kingdoms and Relations with Japan in Russian
yp at soas.ac.uk
Sun Jan 9 16:45:13 EST 2011
Dear Dennis Lee,
You should also look at the late Dr M.I. Nikitina's research. She was the
foremost scholar on the mythology of the Three Kingdom's period at the
Institute of Oriental Manuscript of the Russian Academy of Science.
On 7 January 2011 23:53, Dennis Lee <dennis.lee at ucla.edu> wrote:
> Thank you professor! I will definitely look into everything you mentioned.
> Quoting Ruediger Frank <ruediger.frank at univie.ac.at>:
> Dear Mr. Lee and all,
>> well, I guess similar messages are already being written, but just in
>> case: the late Mikhail Pak was THE authority on the Samguk sidae. This is
>> definitely not my field, but I remember having read his annotated
>> translation of the samguk sagi 20 years ago. There must be much more. Hasn't
>> this already been translated into English, too?
>> Having said that, there is a number of pretty good East Asia related
>> academic journals in Russia with a long history, such as Problemy Dal'nevo
>> Vostoka. They don't find their way into all of our libraries, although I
>> believe they certainly should. A good overview of newer research can be
>> found in the Vestnik Rossijskovo Koreevedeniya, published in Moscow by the
>> Russian Association for Korean Studies in Universities.
>> I am sure others on this list can tell you more.
>> Best wishes,
>> Rudiger Frank
>> on Donnerstag, 6. Januar 2011 at 05:55 you wrote:
>> Dear List Members:
>> This may be the wrong place to ask, but I am interested in work being
>>> done in Russian regarding the Korean Three Kingdoms as well as their
>>> relations with Wa/Yamato/Japan.
>> I am familiar with Professor Vladimir Tikhonov's work on Tae-Kaya, but
>>> are there any other must-read works out there in Russian or any good
>>> databases for Russian-language articles on Korea?
>> Thank you,
>>> Dennis Lee
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