The Contents of Transactions (Royal Asiatic Society Korea Branch) by Volume

James S. Gale: The Influence of China upon Korea. I:1-24
Homer B. Hulbert: Korean Survivals and Discussion. I:25-50.
George Heber Jones: Korea's Colossal Image of Buddha. I:57-70.

Mark N. Trollope: Kang-wha [Kanghwa]. II, part I:1-36
George Heber Jones: The Spirit Worship of the Koreans. II, part I:37-58.

James S. Gale: Han-Yang (Seoul). II, part II:1-43
Homer B. Hulbert: Korean Folk-tales. II, part II:45-79.


George Heber Jones: Ch'oe Ch'i-wun [Ch'oe Ch'i-wŏn]: His Life and Times. III:1-17.
C. T. Collyer:  The Culture and Preparation of Ginseng in Korea. III:18-30.

Midori Komatsu: The Old People and the New Government. IV, part I:1-12,
James S. Gale: The Korean Alphabet. IV, part I:12-61.

I. Yamagata: Japanese-Korean Relations After the Japanese Invasion of Korea in the 16th Century. IV, part II:1-11.
P. L. Gillett,  The Village of Old Korea. IV, part II: 13-44.
M. Ishihara, M. Coinage of Old Korea. IV, part II:45-74.

Arthur Hyde Lay: Marriage Customs of Korea. IV, part III:1-15
James S. Gale: Selection and Divorce. IV, part III:17-22
W. Carl Rufus: The Celestial Planisphere of King Yi Tai-Jo [Yi T'aejo]. IV, part III:23-72.

E. A. Gordon: Some Recent Discoveries in Korean Temples and Their Relationship to Early Eastern Christianity. V:1-39.
Cecil H. N. Hodges: A Plea for the Investigation of Korean Myths and Folklore. V:41-53.

N. H. Bowman: The History of Korean Medicine. VI, part I:1-34
E. Wade Koons: Afforestation in Korea. VI, part I:35-42.

James S. Gale: The Pagoda of Seoul. VI, part II:1-22.
Horace H. Underwood: Hunting and Hunters' Lore in Korea. VI, part II:23-43

Edwin W. Mills:  General Map of Korea. VII: back cover. 1910.
Edwin W. Mills:  Gold Mining in Korea. VII:5-39

Mark N. Trollope: Introduction to the Study of Buddhism in Korea. VIII:1-41.
Frederick Starr: Corean Coin Charms and Amulets, A Supplement. VIII:42-79.

Ernest H. Wilson: The Vegetation of Korea. IX:1-68
Mark N. Trollope: Arboretum Coreense, Being a Preliminary Catalogue of the Vernacular Names of Fifty of the Commonest Trees and Shrubs Found in Chosen. Part I.  IX:69-90.
Hendrik Hamel: Account of the Shipwreck of a Dutch Vessel on the Coast of the Isle of Quelpart, With Description of the Kingdom of Korea. IX:91-148

J. D. Van Buskirk: The Climate of Korea, and Its Probable Effect on Human Efficiency. X:3-58.

Basil Hall: Captain Basil Hall's Account of His Voyage to,the West Coast of Corea in 1816. XI:3-37
Mark N Trollope: Arboretum Coreense, Being a Preliminary Catalogue of the Vernacular Names of Fifty of the Commonest Trees and Shrubs Found in Chosen. Part II. XI:39-100.

R. G. Mills:  Ecological Studies in the Tong-nai River Basin. XII:3-78

James S. Gale: The Diamond Mountains. XIII:1-67.

J. D. van Buskirk: Some Common Korean Foods. XIV:1-8.
H. B. Hulbert: National Examination in Korea. XIV:9-32.
A. I. Ludlow: Pottery of the Korai [Koryŏ] Dynasty (924-1392). XIV:33-39.

James S. Gale (trans.):  A Shipwreck (Korean) in 1636 A.D. XV:3-32.
W. W. Taylor: Korean Roads Past and Present. XV:33-56.
W. W. Taylor: Development and Trend of the Automotive Transportation in Chosen. XV:57-82.

E. M. Cable: Old Korean Bells. XVI:1-45.
E. Wade Koons: Beacon Fires of Old Korea. XVI:46-52.

W. E. Griffis: Address. XVII:1-14.
Hugh Miller: A Royal Funeral in Korea. XVII:15-29.

Harold J. Noble: The Korean Mission to the United States in 1883. XVIII:1-21.
A Sister of the Community of St. Peter: Some Wayside Flowers of Central Korea. XVIII:22-40.
A Sister of the Community of St. Peter:  Herbae Koreanae, Being a First List of Some of the Commonest Herbaceous Plants Found in Korea. XVIII:43-82.

Charles Hunt: Some Pictures and Painters of Corea. XIX:1-34.

Horace H. Underwood: Occidental Literature on Korea. XX:1-15.
Horace H. Underwood: A Partial Bibliography of Occidental Literature on Korea, From Early Times to 1930. XX:17-185.

Mark Napier Trollope: Corean Books and Their Authors, Being an Introduction of Corean Literature. XXI:1-58.

Daniel James Cumming: Notes on Korean Birds. XXII:1-67.
M. W. Oh, The Two Visits of the Rev, R. J. Thomas to Korea. XXII:95-123.

Horace H. Underwood: Korean Boats and Ships. XXIII, part I:1-90.
L. G[eorge] Paik (trans.): From Koryu To Kyung (Pictures of Korŏ) by Soh Keung, Imperial Chinese Envoy to Korea, 1124 A.D. XXIII:90-94.

John L. Boots: Korean Weapons and Armor. XXIII, part II:1-37.

Charles Hunt: Diary of a Trip to Sul-Ak San [Sŏrak-san] (Via the Diamond Mountains) 1923. XXIV:1-14.
L. George Paik: The Korean Record on Captain Basil Hall's Voyage of Discovery to the West Coast of Korea. XXIV:15-19.
E. & G. Gompertz: Supplement to "A Partial Bibliography of Occidental Literature on Korea," H. H. Underwood. XXIV:23-48.

W. Massy Royds (trans.): Introduction to Courante's Bibliographie Coreene. XXV:1-99.
Mark Napier Trollope: Book Production and Printing in Corea. XXV:101-107.

W. Carl Rufus: Astronomy in Korea. XXVI:1-48.

Ralph M. Cory: Some Notes on Gregorio de Cespedeo, Korea's First European Visitor. XXVII:1-55.
G. St. G. M. Gompertz:  Archbishop Mutel, A Biographical Sketch. XXVII: 57-132.

E. M. Cable: The United States-Korean Relations 1866-1871. XXVIII:1-230.

E. O. Reischauer and G. M. McCune: The Romanization of the Korean Language Based on Its Phonetic Structure. XXIX:1-55.
G. M. McCune: The Yi Dynasty Annals of Korea. XXIX:57-82.

John L. Boots: Korean Musical Instruments and an Introduction to Korean Music. XXX:1-32.
L. Carrington Goodrich: Sino-Korean Relations at the End of the 14th Century. XXX:33-46.

Warren Viessman: Ondol Radiant Heat in Korea. XXXI:9-22.
Charles Hunt: The Historic Town of Yo-ju [Yŏju], Its Surroundings and Celebrities. XXXI:24-34.

Helen B. Chapin: Palaces in Seoul. XXXII:3-50.
Helen B. Chapin: Puyŏ, One of Korea's Ancient Capitals. XXXII:51-61.
L. George Paik: Tripitaka Koreana. Library of Woodblocks of Buddhist Classics at Haein-Sa, Korea. XXXII:62-78.
Charles Hunt: Supplement to Article on Yo-Ju [Yŏju] in Vol. XXXI. XXXII:79-82.

Wilbur D. Bacon: Tombs of the Yi Dynasty Kings and Queens. XXXIII:1-40.
G. St. G. M. Gompertz: Some Notes of the Earliest Western Contacts with Korea. XXXIII:41-54.
Helen B. Chapin: Kyŏngju, Ancient Capital of Silla. XXXIII:55-72

Richard Rutt: An Introduction to the Sijo—A Form of Short Korean Poem. XXXIV:1-88.

Gregory Henderson: A History of the Chŏng Dong Area and the American Embassy Residence. XXXV:1-32.
Lee Kwang-rin: Census Taking under the Yi Dynasty. XXXV:32-50
Donald S. Macdonald: The American Role in the Opening of Korea to the West. XXXV:51-66.
William E. Henthorn: Some Notes on Koryŏ Military Units. XXXV:67-75.

Richard Rutt: The Chinese Learning and Pleasures of a Country Scholar, an account of Traditional Chinese Studies in Rural Korea. XXXVI:1-100.
Sohn Pow-key: The Opening of Korea: A Conflict of Traditions. XXXVI:101-131.

Wilbur D. Bacon: Fortresses of Kyŏnggi-do, XXXVII:1-63. April, 1961.
William E. Henthorn: Some Notes on Parhae (P'ohai). XXXVII:65-81. April, 1961.
Kim Ha-tai: The Transmission of Neo-Confucianism to Japan by Kang Hang, A Prisoner of War. XXXVII:83-103. April, 1961.

Richard Rutt: The Flower Boys of Silla (Hwarang). XXXVIII:1-66. Oct. 1961.
David Chung: The Han-Sam-Wei-I Principle for Eastern Societies. XXXVIII:95-118. Oct. 1961.
Kim Chongguk and Kim Chinman: Some Notes on the Sŏnggyun'gwan. XXXVIII:69-91. Oct., 1961.

Gregory Henderson: Pottery Production in the Earliest Years of the Yi Dynasty. XXXIX:5-22.
Lee Sun-keun: Some Lesser-known Facts about Taewŏn'gun and His Foreign Policy. XXXIX:23-46.

G. St. G. M. Gompertz: Bibliography of Western Literature on Korea From the Earliest Times until 1950, Based on Horace H. Underwood's "Partial Bibliography of Occidental Literature on Korea." XL: 1-263.

S. J. Whitwell: Britons in Korea. XLI:3-56.
Richard Rutt: Kim Sakkat, Vagabond Poet. XLI:59-87.

G. St. G. M. Gompertz: Ceramic History of the Yi Period. XLII:3-25.
Hahm Pyong-choon: An Historical Study of Discriminatory Legislation Against the Descendants of Concubines in Korea, 1415-1894. XLII:27-48.
Yi Tu-hyon: Korean Mask and Mask-dance Plays. XLII:49-67.
Peter Hyun: Notes on Modern Korean Fiction. XLII:69-74.

Spencer J. Palmer: The New Religions of Korea: Introduction. XLIII:1-10.
Felix Moos: Leadership and Organization in the Olive Tree Movement. XLIII:11-27.
Lee Kang-o: Chungsan'gyo: Its History, Doctrines and Ritual Practices. Trans. by Richard Rutt. XLIII:28-66.
Choi Jai-sok: A Socio-religious Study of Sindonae. XLIII:67-91.
Benjamin Weems: Ch'ŏndogyo Enters Its Second Century. XLIII: 92-100.
Choi Syn-duk: Korea's Tong-il Movement. XLIII:101-113.

David I. Steinberg: The National Museum of the Republic of Korea. XLIV:1-69.
Kang Man-kil: A Study of the Punwŏn. XLIV:71-127.
Pai Man-sill: Patterns of Furniture Design During the Yi Dynasty. XLIV:129-138.
Hwang Su-young: On the Stone Triad from Namsan, Kyŏngju. XLIV:139-150.


James  Wade: Reform Movements in Korean Journalism. XLV:13-36.
Koh Myung-shik: Postwar Development of the Korean Press. XLV: 37-49.
Han Man-hyun: Publishing in Korea: An Historical Survey. XLV:51-95.
Kim Kyu: Radio and Television in Korea. XLV:97-107.
James  Wade: The Cinema in Korea: A Robust Invalid. XLV:109-128. 1969.

Lee Hyo-jae and others:
Life in Urban Korea. XLVI:1-89.
Sociology in Korea. XLVI:7-10. (Lee Man-gap)
Historical Background of Seoul City. XLVI:15-19.
Seoul City Administration. XLVI:21-23.
A Perspective of Three Neighborhoods. XLVI:25-42.
Level of Living. XLVI:43-49.
Daily Life. XLVI:51-61.
Family and Kinship Relations. XLVI:63-71.
 Religion and Social Values. XLVI:73-89.

Wilbur D. Bacon (trans.) Record of Reprimands and Admonitions (Chingbirok). Yu Sŏngnyong. XLVII:7-24.
L. George Paik: Seventy Years of the RAS in Korea. XLVII:25-39.
Paul S. Crane: Some Reflections on Korean Patterns. XLVII: 41-57.
Susan Lauster: A guide to Haeinsa. XLVII:59-104.
Richard Rutt: Traditional Korean Poetry Criticism. XLVII:105-143.

Benjamin H. Hazard: The Creation of the Korean Navy During the Koryŏ Period. XLVIII:10-28.
Richard Rutt (trans.): Ch'ao-hsun Fu, by Tung Yueh. XLVIII:29-73.
Harold F. Cook: Walter D. Townsend: Pioneer American Businessman in Korea. XLVIII:74-103.
Yi Kyŏngsik. Korea Chronology 1901-1960. XLVIII:104-193.

H. Byron Earhart: The New Religions: A Preliminary Interpretation. XLIX:7-25.
Coralie J. Rockwell: Kayago: The Origin and Evolution of the Korean Twelve-string Zither. XLIX:26-47.
Lee Tchang-Bok: Chronology of Plant Taxonomy in Korea. XLIX:48-54.
Richard Rutt (trans.): James Gale's Translation of the Yŏnhaengnok, An Account of the Korean Embassy to Peking, 1712-1713. XLIX:55-144.

Frits Vos: Master Eibokken on Korea and the Korean Language: Supplementary Remarks to Hamel's Narrative. L:7-42.
Robert C. Provine: The Sacrifice to Confucius in Korea and Its Music. L:43-69.
Shannon McCune: Some Korean Maps. L:70-102.

George Won, and In-whan Oh. Journalism in Korea: A Short History of the Korean Press. LI:1-55.
John T. Nugent: The Postal History of Dynastic Korea. LI:56-64.
Horace H. Underwood, Korean Literature in English: A Critical Bibliography. LI:65-115.

Richard Rutt (trans.): Paegun Sosŏl, the White Cloud Essays of Yi Kyubo. 52:1-37.
Edward Reynolds Wright: A Note on Yi Dynasty Furniture Making. 52:39-44.
G. St. G. M. Gompertz: The Appeal of Korean Celadon. 52:45-54.
Laurel Kendall: Receiving the Samsin Grandmother: Conception Rituals in Korea. 52:55-70.

Helen Rose Tieszen (trans.): Poems by Korean Children. 53:1-26.
Kim Young-key and Dorothea Sich: A Study of the Childbearing Behavior of Rural Korean Women and Their Families. 53:27-57.
Mark Peterson: The Adoption Dilemma in Traditional Korea. 53:59-67.
David H.McClung (trans. and annotator): The Founding of the Royal Dragon Monastery. 53:69-79.

Karl Leuteritz: Pioneers of German-Korean Partnership. 54:1-11.
Samuel H. Moffett: The Independence Movement and the Missionaries. 54:13-32.
Donald L. Baker: The Martyrdom of Paul Yun: Western Religion and Eastern Ritual in 18th Century Korea. 54:33-58.
Richard Rutt: An Early Koreanologist: Eli Barr Landis, 1865-1898. 54:59-100.

Ku Daeyeol: The Chientao Incident (1920) and Britain. 55:1-33.
Adrian Buzo: Early Korean Writing Systems. 55:35-61.
Dorothy C. Underwood: Musical Aspects of the Modern Korean Art Song. 55:63-84.
Harold F. Cook: Early American Contacts with Korea. 55:85-107.

Adrian Buzo: North Korea—Yesterday and Today. 56:1-25.
Jack D. Balswick: Strong Men and Virtuous Women: Changing Male and Female Roles in Korea. 56:27-35.
Sonia R. Strawn: Dr. Lee Tae-Young and the Korean Family Law. 56:37-45.
Park Yn-hui: Lao Tzu and Nietzsche: Wanderer and Superman. 56:47-58.

Richard L. Walker: Changing Patterns in American Diplomacy: Implications for Korean-American Relations. 57:1-9.
Harold F. Cook: On the Centenary of America's First Treaty with Korea. 57:11-28.
Robert R. Swartout: United States Ministers to Korea, 1882-1905: The Loss of American Innocence. 57:29-40.
Walter Leifer: Paul-Georg von Mollendorf-Scholar and Statesman. 57:41-52.
Shin In Sup: The First Century in the Development of Korean Advertising. 57:53-66.

J. E. Hoare: The Centenary of Korean-British Diplomatic Relations: Aspects of British Interest and Involvement. 58:1-34.
James Huntley Grayson: Travelling for Her Health: The Extraordinary Life of Isabella Bird Bishop. 58:35-51.
Donald M. Bishop: Shared Failure: American Military Advisors in Korea, 1888-1896. 58:53-76.
Donald N. Clark: The Ming Connection: Notes on Korea's Experience in the Chinese Tributary System. 58:77-89.

Laurel Kendall: Death and Taxes: A Korean Approach to Hell. 60:1-14.
Kim Kyun: Entry Sequence to Buddhist Temples. 60:15-30.
Mark Peterson: Slaves and Owners; or Servants and Masters? A Preliminary Examination of Slavery in Traditional Korea. 60:31-?.

J. E. Hoare: The Anglican Cathedral Seoul 1926-1986. 61:1-14.
Tony Michell: Generational Change and Confucianism: Organization and Interaction in Korea. 61:15-34.
Robert R. Swartout: Journey to Old Korea: The 1886 Diary of Gertrude Hall Denny. 61:35-68.

Han Chungnim C.: Social Organization of Upper Han Hamlet in Korea. 62: 1-142.

Harold M. Otness: A History of the Library of the Royal Asiatic Society, 1900-1950. 63:1-12.
Min Kyung-hyun: Traditional Korean Susŏk. 63:13-28.
Timothy R. Tangherlini: New Year's by the Sea. 63:29-36.
Chung Chai-sik: Confucianism: Tradition and Transformations. 63:37-66.
Kim Emily E.: Traditional Beliefs and Prenatal Care in Urban Korea. 63:67-68.
Peter H. Kunkel, Shin Jae-shin, Yi Kang-suk: Kyŏngno-dang of Korea. 63:69-80.

Choi Chongko: Traditional Korean Law and Its Modernization. 64:1-18.
Donald N. Clark: Impermanent Residents: The Seoul Foreign Community in 1937. 64:19-38.
Karen Eggleston: "You are Dead, the Square is Dead": The 1989 Chinese Pro-Democracy Movement. 64:39-64.
Suh Ji-moon: A Comparative Look at the Portrayal of Parenthood in Korean and English Fiction. 64:65-78.
Hahn Moo Sook: Chŏng Tasan (1762-1836). 64:79-88.

Daniel A. Kister: The Mature Poetry of Chong Chi-Young. 65:1-14.
Daniel A. Kister (trans.): Chong Chi-Young's Night and Mountain Poems: Eight Poems from the Poet's Mature Years. 65:15-22.
Choi Jin Young: Dr. Frank William Schofield and His Place in Korea History. 65:23-34.
Kim Jong-Dae: Amulets. 65:35-40.
Donald S. Macdonald: The Study of Korea in the United States. 65:41-48.

Johannes Huber: Some Background Notes on the Dutch in Korea in the 17th Century. 66:1-8.
Hildi Kang: Tigers in the Tree: Korean Family Lineage Records. 66:9-22.
Brother Anthony: The Poetic Vision of Kim Kwang-kyu. 66:23-44.
Judy van Zile:  Kim Ch'on-hung: Portrait of a Performing Artist. 66:45-60.
Henry Dodge Appenzeller: Three Koreas I Have Known. 66:61-76.

David (John) Wright: Sea Power and Diplomacy in the Far East. 67:1-20.
Daniel Davies: O. N. Denny, Eki Hioki, and Syngman Rhee: Documents from the Papers of Henry Gehard Appenzeller. 67:21-38.
Victor D. Cha: South Korean-Japanese Relations 1969-1979: Is There More Beyond Emotionalism? 67:39-60
Kim Yong-dok: Kosan, Yun Son-do (I587-1671): The Man and His Island. 67:61-70.

Kwon Yon-ung: Seoul: Founding the New Capital. 68:1-10.
Peter Bartholomew: Chosŏn Dynasty Royal Compounds—Windows to a Lost Culture. 68:11-44.
Sam Kidder: Seoul. 68:45-56.
Richard Rutt (trans.): Footprints of the Wildgoose: Horak hongjo or Hodong sŏrak ki by Kŭmwŏn. 68:57-98.

Hyun-kye Kim Hogarth: Korean Shamanism and Cultural Nationalism. 69:1-22.
Kong Woo-seok. Geographical Divisions of Korean Plants. 69:23-44.
Maissa Cholkamy: Introduction to Ancient Egyptian Temples and Tombs. 69:45-52.
Josh Moreinis: City Planning and Neighborhood Preservation in Seoul. 69:53-70.
Soh Chunghee Sarah: Women in Korean Politics. 69:71-77.

Brother Anthony:  Ko Un's Hwaom-kyong: A Modem Korean Pilgrim's Progress. 70:1-14.
N. M. Pankaj: The Buddhist Transformation of Silla Kingship: Buddha as a King and King as a Buddha. 70:15-36.
Jane Portal: The Origins of the British Museum's Korean Collection. 70:37-52.
Allan R. Millett: Remembering the Forgotten War: Anglo-American Scholarship on the Korean Conflict. 70:53-70.

Kim Yong-dok:  Wae Japan as a Tamno of Paekche. 71:1-8.
Bonnie B. C. Oh: Kim Iryŏp: Pioneer Writer/Refomer in Colonial Korea. 71:9-30.
S. E. Solberg, Sang Ran Lee (trans.): Selected Translations from the Poetry of Kim Iryŏp. 71:31-40.
Tatiana M. Simbirtseva: Queen Min of Korea: Coming to Power. 71:41-54.
Valeri Tian: Form and Philosophy in Korean Buddhist Temple, Landscape and Architecture. 71: 55-95.

Brother Anthony:  A Short History of Tea. 72:1-12.
C. Fred Alford: Why Not Believe in Evil? 72:13-22.
Suh Ji-moon: Yang Guy-ja and Shin Kyoung-suuk: Two Contrasting Women's Voices in Korean Literature Today. 72:23-34.
Kim Yong-dok: The Great Tumulus of Whangnam. 72:35-42.
Sofie Bosma: The North Korean Struggle for Survival: 1980-1990. 72:43-60.

Yoon Ha Jong: A Tale of the Korean War and the United States. 73:1-10.
Philippe Thiébault:  Exploring the Confucian Self: A Critique and Reinterpretation. 73:11-40.
Hyun-kye Kim Hogarth: Rationality, Practicality and Modernity: Buddhism, Shamanism and Christianity in Contemporary Korean Society. 73:41-54.
Vladimir Tikhonov: On the Problem of International Status and Stages of the Socio-Political Development of Tae-gaya in the Late 5th and Early 6th Centuries. 73:55-88.
Kim Yong-dok: In Seach of Japan's Origin. 73:89-99

John Holstein: The McCune-Reischauer Romanization System for Korean. 74:1-22.
Hans-George Knopp: Reception of Modern Korean Art in Germany. 74:23-26.
Brother Anthony:  The Poetry of Shin Kyong-nim. 74:27-48.
Kim Yong-dok: On I-du: Writing the Korean Language with Chinese Characters. 74:49-58.
Philippe Thiébault:  Yi I, Yulgok (1536-1584), A Path to Maturation and Fulfillment: Poetry, Philosophy, and Wisdom. 74:59-86.

Horace G. Underwood: The Korea Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society: The First One Hundred Years. 75:1-8.
Judy van Zile:  For Men or Women?  The Case of Chinju Kŏmmu, A Sword Dance from South Korea. 75:9-24.
Robert J. Fouser: Translations of Hong Kildong: From Story to Classic to Mascot and Beyond. 75:25-41.
Gary Rector: Accent and Vowel Length in Korean. 75:43-48.
Index to Transactions 75:49-63

Johannes Reckel: Korea and Manchuria: The Historical Links Between Korea and the Ancestors of the Modem Manchus. 76:1-12.
Kim Yong-dok: Japan's Korean Roots: In Search of Paekche's Tamnos. On Bronze Mirrors: Relating Paekche and Wae Japan. 76:13-30.
Tatiana M. Simbirtseva: P G. von Moellendorff’s Pro-Russian Activities in Korea (1882-1885): Opinions of Russian Historiographers. 76:31-44.
Eça de Queiroz: Historical Article: An Early Description of Korea and Asia Chinese and Japanese. 76:45-62.

Daniel Kane: Korea in the White City: Korean Participation in the World's Columbian Exhibition of 1893. 77:1-58.
Nial Moores: The Crane in the Pine Tree: The State of Wetlands in Korea. 77:59-68.
Sylvia Braesel: Karl Friedrich August Guetzlaff: The First German in Korea. 77:69-90.
Robert Neff: Murder in the Land of the Morning Calm. 77:91-104.
Nancy Peck: Chusok Trip to China 2002. 77:105-116.
Kim Yong-dok: Japan's Connection to Korea: A Series of Three Essays. 77:117-142.
Wilson Strand: Satanic Devils in the Hermit Kingdom. 77:143-159.

Daniel J. Adams: Horace Grant Underwood (1917-2004). 78:1-2.
Elizabeth Underwood: Travel in Korea: Missionary Encounters at the Turn of the Twentieth Century. 78:3-20.
Mark S. Lovmo: Further Investigation into the June 8, 1948 Bombing of Dokdo Island. 78:21-34.
Samuel Hawley: The lmjin War. 78:35-56.
Kim Yong-dok: Japan's Connection to Korea (Part II): A Series of Three Essays. 78:57-78.
Robert Neff: Emily Brown: The American Empress of Korea. 78:79-84.
Robert Neff: The Jennie Lovatt Letter: An Early View of Pusan in 1885. 78:85-?.

Daniel J. Adams: Church Growth in Korea: Perspectives on the Past and Prospects for the Future. 79:1-32.
D. A. Samsonov: The Expedition to Northern Korea, Autumn 1898. 79:33-46.
Kim Yong-dok: Japan's Connection to Korea (Part III): A Series of Three Essays. 79:47-64.
Robert Neff: Life at Port Hamilton during the "Preventive Occupation," 1885-87. 79:65-78.
Sim Yeon-Ok: The Origin and Development of Sericulture in Korea. 79:79-?.

Lew Young Ick. Contributions by Western Scholars to Modern Historiography in Korea, with Emphasis on the RAS-KB. 80:3-18.
Park L. Gerdine:  Recollections of a Missionary Kid Returning to Korea, August 28, 1945. 80:19-34.
Elisabeth Chabonol: Study of the Archaeological and Historic Sites of Kaesŏng. 80:35-58.
Samuel Hawley: Journey in Korea: The 1884 Travel Diary of George C. Foulk. 80:59-86.
Daniel J. Adams: Koreans in Transition: Americanization at the University of Dubuque, 1911-1935. 80:87-114.
Mary Yu Danico: Korean Identities: What Does It Mean to be Korean American in Korea? 80:115-136.

Daniel J. Adams: Hui Neng in Korea: A Chapter in the Story of Korean Religion. 81:1-22.
Allen Heyman: Buddhist Ritual Music and Dance. 81:23-32.
Donald Macintyre, Peter Beck, Gail Kim: Perilous Journeys: The Plight of North Koreans in China and Beyond. 81:33-92.
Robert Neff: A Glimpse of Life at the Gold Mines. 81:93-110.
David A. Mason:  Sacred Aspects and Assets of Taebaek-san. 81:111-132.

Daniel J. Adams: Twenty-seven Years With The Royal Asiatic Society. 82:1-28.
F. J. Seligson: The Temple on a Hill in Seoul [poems]. 82:29-52.
Robert Neff: Korea's Inhospitable Shores : Cheju Island Shipwrecks. 82:53-88.
David A. Mason:  Jirisan : Sacred Aspects and Assets. 82:89-106.
Brother Anthony: Korean Patriot and Tea Master: Hyodang Choi Beom-Sul. 82:107-128.

William F. Pore: The Inquiring Literatus: Yi Sugwang’s “Brush-Talks” with Phůng Khac Khoan in Beijing in 1598. 83:1-26.
Robert Neff: An Expedition to Korea to Rescue the Crew of The Narwal in April 1851. 83:27-72.
Daniel J. Adams: Yi Toegye, John Calvin, and the Love of Learning in Korea. 83:73-96.
Kim Yongdeok [Kim Yong-dŏk]: History and Justice: Approaches to the Dokdo Issues. 83:97-105.
F. J. Seligson: Squirrels of Lone Tree Mountain (poems). 83 107-116.
Rodney Grapes and Gyeong-Nan Jeong. Beneath our Feet: Geology and Landscape of Seoul. 83:117-132.

Daniel J. Adams: Won Buddhism in Korea: A New Religious Movement Comes of Age. 84:1-35.
Robert Neff: The Wreck of the Chusan. 84:37-50.
Brother Anthony: Three Families in Dilkusha. 84:51-72.
Tobias Lehmann: Minjung Art Reconsidered: Art as a Means of Resistance. 84:73-90.
Allen Heyman: Choi In-Suh and the Tae-Ch’wi-t’a. 84:91-96.
F. J. Seligson: Old Guy Winter. 84:97-110.
Jang Song-Hyon. Presidents of the Royal Asiatic Society Korea Branch. 84:111-113.

Edward Shultz: Korea Confronts the Outside: Triumphs and Tragedies.  85:1-12
Andrei Lankov: Forgotten People: The Koreans of Sakhalin Island. 1945-1991. 85:13-28
Sam Hawley: Haengju Mountain Fortress on the “River of Hell.”   85:29-35
Robert Neff: Two Early Articles about Korea.  85:37-55
Jaroslav Olša, jr.: Jiří Viktor Daneš: Czechoslovak Geographer and Diplomat in Colonized Korea. 85:57-64
J. V. Daneš: In Korea (Chosen).  85:65-75
Alan C. Heyman: The Return of the Uigwe. 85:77-93
James Grayson: Idolatry, Ideology  and  Nationalism: A  Korean Millenarian Sect and the State. 85:95-107
Daniel J. Adams: Ghosts, Spirits, and Saints: Ancestors and the Catholic Church in Korea. 85:109-130
Brother Anthony: The Early Years of the RASKB : 1900 – 1920. 85:131-149


Bae Sue Ja: My 45 years with the RASKB. 86:1-5. 
J. E. Hoare: Back to the Past: A Visit to North Korea in October 2011. 86:7-23. 
Andrei Lankov: The Wall which Crumbles: North Korea and the Outside World. 86:25-40. 
Moon-Hyon Nam: The Early History of Korean Electric Light and Power Development. 86:41-59.
Robert Neff: Scandals and Gossip in Joseon Korea. 86:61-69.
Pablo N. Barrera:The Imch'ŏnggak, Neo-Confucian Aesthetics, and Architecture Parlante. 86:71-91.
Steven D. Owyoung: A History of Tea in China, Sometimes Touching on Korea. 86:93-121. 
Brother Anthony: Tea in Early and Later Joseon: Yi Mok, Dasan, Cho-ui. 86:123-146. 
William Richard Carles: Recent Journeys in Korea: 1883-4. 86:147-173. 
Brother Anthony: The Life of William Richard Carles. 86:175-179. 

Jaroslav Olša, jr. & Andreas Schirmer: An Unsung Korean Hero in Central Europe. 87:1-14.
Han Hŭng-su: [From:] The Neolithic Culture of Korea (1940). 87:15-34     
Emanuel Pastreich: Chinese Vernacular Narratives in Chosŏn Korea. 87:35-64
David A. Mason: Mountain Tourism and Religious Heritage Sites: A Fresh Paradigm. 87:65-80
John Stickler: The Birth of Korea’s Advertising Industry and My Role in It. 87:81-96
Robert D. Neff and Jeon Dong-Hun: Russian Whaling in Joseon Korea. 87:97-116
Brother Anthony: How the West First Learned about Korea. 87:117-160
Cyprian A. G. Bridge: A Glimpse of the Korea. 87:161-168                
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Alex Švamberk. Czechoslovakia in the Neutral Nations Supervisory Commission. 88:1-52
In Memoriam: Alan Heyman (1931 – 2014). 88: 53-57
Wayne Patterson. Christianity, American Missionaries, and Korean Immigration to the United States, 1903-1915. 88:59-78
Bill Streifer. 1945: Korea Faces a Post-Colonial Industrial Future. 88:79-86
Jan Creutzenberg. From Traditional Opera to Modern Music Theatre? 88:87-102
Jill Matthews. Symbolism and Literary Reference in Traditional Korean Gardens. 88:103-120
Hank Morris. Korea in the Asian Crisis of 1997 - 1998: the IMF Crisis in Korea. 121-128
Gigi Santow. Jean Perry: Twenty Years a Korea Missionary. 88:129-139
Brother Anthony (Ed.). An English Chemist Visits Korea in 1899. 88:141-151
Robert Neff (Ed.). Robert Thomas’s First Trip To Korea. 88:152-177
Recently Published Books about Korean Studies. 88:178-184
RAS Annual Reports. 88:185-192

Thomas Duvernay. The Shinmiyangyo. 89:1-50

Kathryn Weathersby. The Decision for War in Korea. 89:51-64

Victor K. Teplyakov. Reforestation in Korea. 89:65-82

Sylvia Braesel. Marie Antoinette Sontag (1838-1922). 89:83-98

Boudewijn Walraven. A Korean Counterblaste to Tobacco. 89:99-110

Hal Swindall. The Muwisa Amitabha Triad Mural. 89:111-128

Brother Anthony. The Life of Hong Jong-U. 89:129-146

Robert Neff. Frank Carpenters Visit To Joseon. 89:147-168

Brother Anthony. Origins of the Catholic Church in Korea. 89:169-192

Recently Published Books in Korean Studies 89:193-196

Annual RASKB Reports     89:197

Frederick J. Glover. Korean Christian Nationalists and Canadian Missionaries. 90:1-20
Kathryn Weathersby. North Korea and the Armistice Negotiations. 90:21-46

Boudewijn Walraven. History as Fact and Social Process. 90: 47-56
David A. Mason. "Go-un” Choi Chi-won’s Pungryu. 90:57-70
Brother Anthony. Henri Zuber’s Day-by-Day Record (of the French 1866 Expedition). 90:71-94
Jaroslav Olsa Jr.. The Korean Painter Pae Un-sŏng. 90:95-116
Robert Neff. The Boats of the Han River. 90:117-138
Jon Dunbar. Windows to the Past. 90:139-158
Fred Jeremy Seligson. A Tour of the Buddha’s Dragons. 90:159-164
Tristan Webb. Chŏn Chaekyŏng’s Butterfly. 90:165-176
Recently Published Books about Korea. 90:177-182
Annual RASKB Reports. 90:183

William F. Pore: Korean Perspectives on 4 English Voyages.  91:1-19
Hlásny Vladimir and Jung Byung Joon: Alice Hyun and Wellington Chung: Paradise Lost. 91:21-41
Andy Tebay And Nikola Medimorec: Transport Development in Korea. 91:43-54
Nate Kornegay: A Photographic Introduction to Art Deco Architecture in Korea. 91:55-92
David P. Fields: Syngman Rhee: Socialist. 91:93-108
Boudewijn Walraven: Brilliant as the Morning Star: Cultural notes on the yogang. 91:109-120
Jon Dunbar: Seoul's Last Moon Village(s). 91:121-141
Robert D. Neff: “Korea as Seen from the Saddle” (Homer Hulbert’s accounts of a journey to Pyongyang: Part One). 91:143-162
Brother Anthony: Two Accounts of the French expedition of 1866. 91:163-193
Annual RASKB Reports 91:195

 David Kendall: Cultivating Collective Memories: Seoul’s Changgyeonggung 92: 1-20
Nate Kornegay: Imperial Crown Style in Colonial Korea  92:21-30     
Ned Forney: The Hungnam Evacuation: A Korean War Christmas Miracle 92: 31-40
Jon Dunbar: Reinventing the Lost Village of Zandari 92:41-72     
Henny Savenije: Korea in Early Western Cartography 92:73-90
Boudewijn Walraven: Imagining Community and Nation in Late Chosŏn Kasa 92:91-114
Matthew VanVolkenburg: “To devise an escape from destiny” : The role of fortune-telling in Korea’s developmental past and neoliberal present 92: 115-132
Robert D. Neff: Korea as Seen from the Saddle (Part 2: Pyongyang) 92: 133-154
Maija Rhee Devine: Korean Women’s Traditional Outfit and Chador: Cousins? 92: 155-162
Michael Devine: The Korean War, American POWs and the Legacy of Brainwashing 92: 163-174
Loren Goodman: Imaginative Awakenings: Dream Writing in South Korea 92: 175-186
Victoria Kim: Photo-Memories: DPRK-Russia By Train 92: 187-204
Richard Rutt: 100 Great Books of Korea 92: 205-226                  
Annual RASKB Report  92: 227

Brother Anthony: The Diamond Mountains: Lost Paradise  93:1-18     
Encouragement from Dongducheon  93: 19-30
Moe Taylor: North Korean Fragments of Post-Socialist Guyana 93: 31-42
Mark Peterson: The Gyehu Deungnok 93: 43-52
Robert J. Fouser: “Literature Play” in a New World 93: 53-66
Nate Kornegay: The Architectural Roots of Myeongdong Cathedral 93: 67-72
Moira Saltzman: Jejueo, Korea’s Endangered Language 93: 73-84
Robert D. Neff: The Jeju Fish Wars 93: 85-96
Jon Dunbar: Exploring Manchocheon, Seoul’s Underground River 93: 97-136
Fred Jeremy Seligson: Coveting the Dragon’s Pearl 93: 137-148
Matt VanVolkenburg: Grit and Enterprise 93: 149-168
Annual RASKB Reports 93: 169