[KS] Special Issue Journal of Global Initiatives: "Voices of Korean Identity in Global Context"
dparacka at kennesaw.edu
Wed May 4 11:41:59 EDT 2011
The Journal of Global Initiatives announces the publication of a special issue on Korea.
The theme of this issue is "Voices of Korean Identity in Global Context."
Table of Contents
1. “Introduction,” Dan Paracka
2. “Ink Painting of Orchids among the Literati in the Qing and Chosŏn Dynasties,” Herin Jung
3. “Working Women in Chosŏn Korea,” Michael Pettid
4. “National Language Beyond Nation-States: Vernacular Literary Language in Yi Kwang-su,” Sangjin Park
5. “The Subaltern Can Speak: Voices of Poets in Divided Korea,” Ailee Cho
6. “Korean Ethnic Identity in the United States 1900-1945,” Thomas Dolan & Kyle Christensen
7. “Chaebŏl and Korea’s Industrial Finance,” Murat Doral & Michael Patrono
8. “Kazoku Cinema, Chunhyang and Postmodern Korean Cinema,” Hyangsoon Yi
9. “Language Contact between Korean and English in Online Communication,” Jiyoung Daniel
10. “The Munhak Tongne Phenomenon: The Publication of Literary Fiction in South Korea Today,” Bruce Fulton
Three short stories by Munhak Tongne Writers:
11. “Introduction” by Bruce Fulton
12. “Butterfly in the Dust,” Ŭn Hŭi-gyŏng translated by Jennifer Kyung
13. “Lightning Rod,” Kim Young-ha translated by Jane Lee
14. “The Canning Factory,” P’yŏn Hye-yŏng translated by Soohyun Chang
It is currently available on the web for purchase at the reduced price of $10 per copy.
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Daniel J. Paracka, Ph.D.
Director, Education Abroad Office
Associate Professor of Education
1000 Chastain Rd.
Kennesaw State University
Kennesaw, GA 30144, USA
E-Mail: dparacka at kennesaw.edu
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