An Index to the Papers Published in the Transactions of the Royal Asiatic Society, Korea Branch.

 

3. Subject Index

 

A.

 

ADOPTION

The Adoption Dilemma in Traditional Korea.  Mark Peterson. 53:59-67. 1978.

 

ADVERTISING

The First Century in the Development of Korean Advertising.  In Sup Shin. 57:53-66. 1982.

The birth of Korea’s Advertising Industry and My Role in It. John Stickler. 87:81-96. 2012.

 

ALAN HEYMAN
              
In Memoriam: Alan Heyman (1931 – 2014). 88: 53-57. 2012


ALPHABET

The Korean Alphabet.  J. S. Gale.  IV, part I:12-61. 1912-13.

On I-Du: Writing the Korean Language with Chinese Characters. Kim Yongduk. 74:49-58. 1999

 

AMERICAN EMBASSY RESIDENCE

A History of the Chong Dong Area and the American Embassy Residence. Gregory Henderson.  XXXV:1-32. 1959.

 

AMERICANS IN KOREA

Walter D. Townsend: Pioneer American Businessman in Korea.  Harold F. Cook.  XLVIII:74-103. 1973.

Shared Failure: American Military Advisors in Korea, 1888-1896.  Donald M. Bishop. 58:53-76. 1983.

A Tale of the Korean War and the United States.  Ha Jong Yoon. 73:1-10. 1998.

The Shinmiyangyo. Thomas Duvernay. 89:1-50. 2014.

Frank Carpenter’s Visit To Joseon. Robert Neff. 89:147-168. 2014.

 

AMULETS

             Amulets. Kim Jong-Dae. 65:35-40. 1990.

 

ANCESTOR WORSHIP

   The Martyrdom of Paul Yun: Western Religion and Eastern Ritual in 18th Century Korea.  Donald L. Baker. 54:33-58. 1979  
    Ghosts, Spirits, and Saints: Ancestors and the Catholic Church in Korea. Daniel J. Adams. 85:109-130. 2010..

 

 

APPENZELLER, HENRY GEHARD (1858-1902)

             O. N. Denny, Eki Hioki, and Syngman Rhee: Documents from the Papers of Henry Gehard Appenzeller. Daniel Davies. 67:21-38. 1992.

 

ARCHAEOLOGY

An Objective View of Japanese Archaeological Works in Korea.  Kyoichi Arimitsu.  XLII:75-79. 1966.

Study of the Archaeological and Historic Sites of Kaesŏng. Elisabeth Chabonol. 80:35-58. 2005.

An unsung Korean Hero in Central Europe. Jaroslav Olša, jr. & Andreas Schirmer. 87:1-14. 2012.

The neolithic Culture of Korea (1940). Han Hŭng-su. 87:15-34. 2012.

 

ARCHITECTURAL HISTORY
             A Photographic Introduction to Art Deco Architecture in Korea. Nate Kornegay. 91:55-92. 2016.



ARMS AND ARMOR

Korean Weapons and Armor.  John L. Boots.  XXIII, part II:1-37. 1934.

 

ART

             Reception of Modern Korean Art in Germany.  Hans-George Knopp. 74:23-26. 1999

             Minjung Art Reconsidered: Art as a Means of Resistance. Tobias Lehmann. 84:73-90. 2009.

             The Muwisa Amitabha Triad Mural. Hal Swindall. 89:111-128. 2014.

             The Korean Painter Pae Un-sŏng. Jaroslav Olsa Jr.. 90:95-116. 2015.

 

ASIA

             Historical Article: An Early Description of Korea and Asia Chinese and Japanese.  Eça de Queiroz. 76:45-62. 2001.

 

ASTROLOGY

The Celestial Planisphere of King Yi Tai-Jo [Yi T'aejol.  W. Carl Rufus. IV, part III:23-72. 1913.

 

ASTRONOMY

Astronomy in Korea.  W. Carl Rufus.  XXVI:1-48. 1936.

 

B.

 

BELLS

Old Korean Bells.  E. M. Cable.  XVI:1-45. 1925.

 

BIBLIOGRAPHY

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." G. St. G. M. Gompertz.  XL:1-263. 1963.

Corean Books and Their Authors, Being an Introduction to Corean Literature.  Mark Napier Trollope. XXI:1-58. 1932.

Korean Literature in English: A Critical Bibliography.  Horace H. Underwood.  LI:65-115. 1976.

Occidental Literature on Korea.  Horace H. Underwood.  XX:1-15. 1931.

A Partial Bibliography of Occidental Literature on Korea, From Early Times to 1930.  Horace H. Underwood.  XX:17-185. 193 1.

A Short List of Korean Books (From the Chosen Christian College Library).  XXI:59-104. 1932.

Supplement to "A Partial Bibliography of Occidental Literature on Korea," H. H. Underwood.  E. & G. Gompertz.  XXIV:23-48. 1935.

             Recently Published Books about Korean Studies. 88:178-184. 2012


 

BIRDS

Birds Found in Korea From "A List of Japanese Birds." XXII:70-88. 1933.

Index for "Notes on Korean Birds" and "Birds Found in Korea From a List of Japanese Birds." XXII:89-94. 1933.

Korean Names for Birds Listed in Paper.  XXII:68-69. 1933.

Notes on Korean Birds.  Daniel James Cumming.  XXII:1-67. 1933.

The Crane in the Pine Tree: The State of Wetlands in Korea. Nial Moores. 77:59-68. 2002.

 

BISHOP, ISABELLA BIRD

Travelling for Her Health: The Extraordinary Life of Isabella Bird Bishop.  James Huntley Grayson. 58:35-51. 1983.

 

BOATS

Korean Boats and Ships.  Horace H. Underwood.  XXIII, part I:1-99. 1934.

The Boats of the Han River. Robert Neff. 90:117-138  2015.

 

BOOKS

Corean Books and Their Authors, Being an Introduction to Corean Literature.  Mark Napier Trollope. XXI:1-58. 1932.
              The Return of the Uigwe. Alan C. Heyman. 85:77-93. 2010.

             Jean Perry: Twenty Years a Korea Missionary. Gigi Santow. 88:129-139. 2012.

              Recently Published Books about Korean Studies. 88:178-184. 2012

 

BOTANY (see also: FLOWERS)

The Vegetation of Korea.  Ernest H. Wilson.  IX:1-68. 1918.

Herbae Koreanae, Being a First List of Some of the Commonest Herbaceous Plants Found in Korea. A Sister of the Community of St. Peter. XVIII:43-82. 1929.

Chronology of Plant Taxonomy in Korea.  Lee Tchang-Bok.  XLIX:48-54. 1974.

Geographical Divisions of Korean Plants. Kong, Woo-seok. 69:23-44. 1994.

The Crane in the Pine Tree: The State of Wetlands in Korea. Nial Moores. 77:59-68. 2002.

 

BRITISH IN KOREA

Britons in Korea.  S. J. Whitwell.  XLI:3-56. 1964.

The Centenary of Korean-British Diplomatic Relations: Aspects of British Interest and Involvement. J. E. Hoare. 58:1-34. 1983.

Travelling for Her Health: The Extraordinary Life of Isabella Bird Bishop.  James Huntley Grayson. 58:35-51. 1983.

The life of William Richard Carles. Brother Anthony. 86:175-179. 2011.

 

BROWN, EMILY

             Emily Brown: The American Empress of Korea.  Robert Neff. 78:79-84. 2003

 

BUDDHISM

The Han-Sam-Wei-I Principle for Eastern Societies. David Chung XXXVIII:95-118.  Oct., 1961.

Inscription on Buddha at Eun-jin [Ŭnjin]. 1:51-56. 1900.

Introduction to the Study of Buddhism in Korea. Mark Napier Trollope. VIII:1-41. 1917.

Korea's Colossal Image of Buddha.  G. H. Jones.  I:57-70. 1900.

On the Stone Triad from Namsan, Kyŏngju.  Hwang Su-young.  XLIV:139-150. 1968.

Some Recent Discoveries in Korean Temples and Their Relationship to Early Eastern Christianity.  E. A. Gordon.  V:1-39. 1914.

Tripitaka Koreana.  Library of Woodblocks of Buddhist Classics at Haein-Sa, Korea.  Nac Choon Paik.  XXXII:62-78. 1951.

Entry Sequence to Buddhist Temples. Kim Kyun. 60:15-30. 1985.

The Buddhist Transformation of Silla Kingship: Buddha as a King and King as a Buddha. N. M. Pankaj.  70:15-36. 1995.

Form and Philosophy in Korean Buddhist Temple, Landscape and Architecture. Valeri Tian. 71: 55-95. 1996.

Rationality, Practicality and Modernity: Buddhism, Shamanism and Christianity in Contemporary Korean Society.  Hyun-key Kim Hogarth. 73:41-54. 1998.

Hui Neng in Korea: A Chapter in the Story of Korean Religion. Daniel J. Adams. 81:I-22. 2006.

Buddhist Ritual Music and Dance.  Allen Heyman. 81:23-32. 2006.

Korean Patriot and Tea Master: Hyodang Choi Beom-Sul. Brother Anthony of Taizé. 82:107-128. 2007.

A Korean Counterblaste to Tobacco. Boudewijn Walraven. 89:99-110. 2014.

The Muwisa Amitabha Triad Mural. Hal Swindall. 89:111-128. 2014.

"Go-un” Choi Chi-won’s Pungryu. David A. Mason. 90:57-70. 2015.

A Tour of the Buddha’s Dragons. Fred Jeremy Seligson. 90:159-164. 2015.

 

 

BUILDINGS AND ARCHITECTURE

The Pagoda of Seoul.  J. S. Gale.  VI, part II: 1-22. 1915.

The Anglican Cathedral Seoul 1926-1986. J. E. Hoare. 61:1-14. 1986.

Kyŏngno-dang of Korea. Peter H. Kunkel, Shin, Jae-shin, Yi, Kang-suk. 63:69-80. 1988.

Chosŏn Dynasty Royal Compounds—Windows to a Lost Culture. Peter Bartholomew. 68:11-44. 1993.

Introduction to Ancient Egyptian Temples and Tombs. Maissa Cholkamy. 69:45-52. 1994.

Form and Philosophy in Korean Buddhist Temple, Landscape and Architecture. Valeri Tian. 71: 55-95. 1996.

The Imch'ŏnggak, Neo-Confucian Aesthetics, and Architecture Parlante. Pablo N. Barrera. 86:71-91. 2011.

The Muwisa Amitabha Triad Mural. Hal Swindall. 89:111-128. 2014.
              A Photographic Introduction to Art Deco Architecture in Korea. Nate Kornegay. 91:55-92. 2016.

 

C.

 

CATHOLIC CHURCH

               The Martyrdom of Paul Yun: Western Religion and Eastern Ritual in 18th Century Korea.  Donald L. Baker. 54:33-58. 1979.
                Ghosts, Spirits, and Saints: Ancestors and the Catholic Church in Korea. Daniel J. Adams. 85:109-130. 2010.
               Origins of the Catholic Church in Korea. Brother Anthony. 89:169-192. 2014.

              


CELADON

The Appeal of Korean Celadon.  G. St. G. M. Gompertz. 52:45-54. 1977.

 

CENSUS—YI DYNASTY

Census Taking under the Yi Dynasty.  Lee Kwang-rin.  XXXV:32-50. 1959,

 

CERAMICS

See POTTERY, CELADON

 

CHANGGEUK            
            From Traditional Opera to Modern Music Theatre? Jan Creutzenberg. 88:87-102. 2012

  

CHARMS

Corean Coin Charms and Amulets, A Supplement.  Frederick Starr. VIII:42-79. 1917.

 

CHINA—FOREIGN RELATIONS

From Koryu To Kyung (Pictures of Koryŏ) by Soh Keung, Imperial Chinese Envoy to Korea 1124 A. D. Trans. by L. G[eorge] Paik. XXIII:90-94. 1934.

The Ming Connection: Notes on Korea's Experience in the Chinese Tributary System.  Donald M. Clark. 58:77-89.

 

CHILDBIRTH

A Study of the Childbearing Behavior of Rural Korean Women and Their Families.  Dorthea Sich and Kim Young-key. 53:27-57. 1978.

Traditional Beliefs and Prenatal Care in Urban Korea. Emily E. Kim. 63:67-68. 1988.

 

CHILDREN

Poems by Korean Children. Trans. by Helen Rose Tieszen. 53:1-26. 1978.

 

CHINA

             "You are Dead, the Square is Dead": The 1989 Chinese Pro-Democracy Movement. Karen Eggleston. 64:39-64. 1989.

             Chusok Trip to China 2002. Nancy Peck. 77:105-116. 2002.
             Chinese Vernacular Narratives in Chosŏn Korea. Emanuel Pastreich. 87:35-64. 2012.

              A history of Tea in China, Sometimes Touching on Korea. Steven D. Owyoung. 86:93-121. 2011.

 

CHINESE INFLUENCE

The Influence of China upon Korea, J. S. Gale. I:1-24. 1900

The Ming Connection: Notes on Korea's Experience in the Chinese Tributary System.  Donald M. Clark. 58:77-89.

The Old People and the New Government.  Midori Komatsu.  IV, part I:1-12. 1912-13.

Chinese Vernacular Narratives in Chosŏn Korea. Emanuel Pastreich. 87:35-64. 2012.

 

CHINESE LANGUAGE

The Chinese Learning and Pleasures of a Country Scholar, An Account of Traditional Chinese Studies in Rural Korea.  Richard Rutt.  XXXVI:1-100. 1960.

 

CH'OE CH'I-WUN [CH'OE CH'I-WŎN], 857-?

Ch'oe Ch'i-wun [Ch'oe Ch'i-wŏn]: His Life and Times.  G. H. Jones. III:1-17. 1903.

"Go-un” Choi Chi-won’s Pungryu. David A. Mason. 90:57-70. 2015.

 

CHŎNG CHI-YONG (1902-1950)

Chong Chi-Young[Chŏng Chi-yong]'s Night and Mountain Poems: Eight Poems from the Poet's Mature Years. Daniel A. Kister trans. 65:15-22. 1990.

 

CHŎNG TASAN (1762-1836).

Chŏng Tasan (1762-1836). Moo Sook Hahn. 64:79-88. 1989.

 

CHRISTIANITY

Some Recent Discoveries in Korean Temples and Their Relationship to Early Eastern Christianity.  E. A. Gordon.  V:1-39. 1914.

Rationality, Practicality and Modernity: Buddhism, Shamanism and Christianity in Contemporary Korean Society.  Hyun-key Kim Hogarth. 73:41-54. 1998.

Church Growth in Korea: Perspectives on the Past and Prospects for the Future. Daniel J. Adams. 79:1-32. 2004.

             Idolatry, Ideology  and  Nationalism: A  Korean Millenarian Sect and the State. James Grayson. 85:95-107. 2010.

            Christianity, American Missionaries, and Korean Immigration to the United States, 1903-1915. Wayne Patterson. 88:59-78. 2012.

             Korean Christian Nationalists and Canadian Missionaries. Frederick J. Glover. 90:1-20. 2015.

  

 CHRONOLOGY, HISTORICAL

Korea Chronology 1901-1960.  Yi Kyŏngsik.  XLVIII:104-193. 1973.

 

CHURCHES

             The Anglican Cathedral Seoul 1926-1986. J. E. Hoare. 61:1-14. 1986.

             Church Growth in Korea: Perspectives on the Past and Prospects for the Future. Daniel J. Adams. 79:1-32. 2004.
             Idolatry, Ideology  and  Nationalism: A  Korean Millenarian Sect and the State. James Grayson. 85:95-107. 2010.
             Korean Christian Nationalists and Canadian Missionaries.
Frederick J. Glover. 90:1-20, 2015.
         

CLASSIFICATION—PLANTS

Chronology of Plant Taxonomy in Korea.  Lee Tchang-bok.  XLIX:48-54. 1974.

 

CLIMATE

The Climate of Korea, and Its Probable Effect on Human Efficiency. J. D. Van Buskirk.  X:3-58. 1919.

 

COINS

Coinage of Old Korea.  M. Ichihara.  IV, part II:45-74, 1913.

Corean Coin Charms and Amulets, A Supplement.  Frederick Starr. VIII:42-79. 1917.

 

CONCEPTION

Receiving the Samsin Grandmother: Conception Rituals in Korea.  Laurel Kendall. 52:55-70. 1977.

 

CONFUCIANISM

The Han-Sam-Wei-I Principle for Eastern Societies.  David Chung. XXXVIII:95-118.  Oct., 1961.

The Martyrdom of Paul Yun: Western Religion and Eastern Ritual in 18th Century Korea.  Donald L. Baker. 54:33-58. 1979.

The Sacrifice to Confucius in Korea and Its Music.  Robert C. Provine. 50:43-69. 1975.

Some Notes on the Sŏnggyun'gwan.  Kim Chongguk and Kim Chinman. XXXVIII:69-91.  Oct., 1961.

Generational Change and Confucianism: Organization and Interaction in Korea.  Tony Michell. 61:15-34. 1986.

Confucianism: Tradition and Transformations. Chung, Chai-sik. 63:37-66. 1988.

Exploring the Confucian Self: A Critique and Reinterpretation.  Philippe Thiébault. 73:11-40. 1998.

The Imch'ŏnggak, Neo-Confucian Aesthetics, and Architecture Parlante. Pablo N. Barrera. 86:71-91. 2011.

"Go-un” Choi Chi-won’s Pungryu. David A. Mason. 90:57-70. 2015.

 

CZECH-KOREAN RELATIONS

             Jiří Viktor Daneš: Czechoslovak Geographer and Diplomat in Colonized Korea. Jaroslav Olša, jr. 85:57-64. 2010.
             The Korean Painter Pae Un-sŏng. Jaroslav Olsa Jr.. 90:95-116. 2015.


CZECHOSLOVAKIA
               Czechoslovakia in the Neutral Nations Supervisory Commission. Alex Švamberk. 88:1-5. 2012  

 


D.

 

DEATH

             Death and Taxes: A Korean Approach to Hell.  Laurel Kendall. 60:1-14. 1985.

 

DESCRIPTION AND TRAVEL

Account of the Shipwreck of a Dutch Vessel on the Coast of the Isle of Quelpart, With Description of the Kingdom of Korea.  Hendrik Hamel.  IX:91-148. 1918.

Journey to Old Korea: The 1886 Diary of Gertrude Hall Denny. Robert R. Swartout, Jr. 61:35-68. 1986.

 

DIARIES

             Journey to Old Korea: The 1886 Diary of Gertrude Hall Denny. Robert R. Swartout, Jr. 61:35-68. 1986.

             Journey in Korea: The 1884 Travel Diary of George C. Foulk. Samuel Hawley. 80:59-86. 2005.

 

DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS

James Gale's Translation of the Yŏnhaengnok, An Account of the Korean Embassy to Peking, 1712-1713.  Reworked and introduction by Richard Rutt, XLIX:55-144. 1974.

The Korean Mission to the United States in 1883.  Harold J. Noble. XVIII:1-21. 1929.

The Ming Connection: Notes on Korea's Experience in the Chinese Tributary System.  Donald M. Clark. 58:77-89.

Sea Power and Diplomacy in the Far East. David (John) Wright. 67:1-20. 1992.

O. N. Denny, Eki Hioki, and Syngman Rhee: Documents from the Papers of Henry Gehard Appenzeller. Daniel Davies. 67:21-38. 1992.

Back to the Past: A Visit to North Korea in October 2011. J. E. Hoare. 86:7-23. 2011.

The life of William Richard Carles. Brother Anthony. 86:175-179. 2011.

 

DISCRIMINATION

An Historical Study of Discriminatory Legislation Against the Descendants of Concubines in Korea, 1415-1894.  Hahm Pyong-choon. XLII:27-48. 1966.

 

DIVORCE

Selection and Divorce.  J. S. Gale.  IV, part III:17-22. 1913.

 

DOK-DO

             Further Investigation into the June 8, 1948 Bombing of Dokdo Island. Mark S. Lovmo. 78:21-34. 2003.
            History and Justice: Approaches to the Dokdo Issues. Kim Yongdeok. 83:97-106. 2008.

 

DUTCH AND KOREA

Account of the Shipwreck of a Dutch Vessel on the Coast of the Isle of Quelpart, With Description of the Kingdom of Korea.  Hendrik Hamel.  IX:91-148. 1918.

Master Eibokken on Korea and the Korean Language: Supplementary Remarks to Hamel's Narrative.  Frits Vos.  L:7-42. 1975.

Some Background Notes on the Dutch in Korea in the 17th Century. Johannes Huber. 66:1-8. 1991.

 

E.

 

EARLY MODERN KOREA

Journey in Korea: The 1884 Travel Diary of George C. Foulk. Samuel Hawley. 80:59-86. 2005.

Historical Article: An Early Description of Korea and Asia Chinese and Japanese.  Eça de Queiroz. 76:45-62. 2001.

Korea in the White City: Korean Participation in the World's Columbian Exhibition of 1893. Daniel Kane. 77:1-58. 2002.

             Karl Friedrich August Guetzlaff: The First German in Korea. Sylvia Braesel. 77:69-90. 2002.

             Murder in the Land of the Morning Calm. Robert D. Neff.  77:91-104. 2002.

Travel in Korea: Missionary Encounters at the Turn of the Twentieth Century.  Elizabeth Underwood. 78:3-20. 2003.

Emily Brown: The American Empress of Korea.  Robert Neff. 78:79-84. 2003.

The Jennie Lovatt Letter: An Early View of Pusan in 1885.  Robert Neff. 78:85-90. 2003.

The Expedition to Northern Korea, Autumn 1898. D. A. Samsonov. 79:33-46. 2004.

Life at Port Hamilton during the "Preventive Occupation," 1885-87. Robert Neff. 79:65-78. 2004.

              An Expedition to Korea to Rescue the Crew of The Narwal in April 1851. Robert Neff. 83:27-72. 2008.

Two Early Articles about Korea. Robert Neff. 85:37-55. 2010.
              In Korea (Chosen). J. V. Daneš. 85:65-75. 2010.
              The early History of Korean Electric Light and Power Development. Moon-Hyon Nam. 86:41-59. 2011.
              Scandals and Gossip in Joseon Korea.
Robert Neff. 86:61-69. 2011.
             
Recent Journeys in Korea: 1883-4. William Richard Carles. 86:147-173. 2011.
              The life of William Richard Carles. Brother Anthony. 86:175-179. 2011.

              The Shinmiyangyo.
Thomas Duvernay. 89:1-50. 2014.
              Marie Antoinette Sontag (1838-1922).
Sylvia Braesel. 89:83-98. 2014.
              The Life of Hong Jong-U.
Brother Anthony. 89:129-1468. 2014.
              Frank Carpenter’s Visit To Joseon.
Robert Neff. 89:147-168. 2014.
               Korean Perspectives on 4 English Voyages. William F. Pore. 91:1-19. 2016.
              “Korea as Seen from the Saddle” (Homer Hulbert’s accounts of a journey to Pyongyang: Part One). Robert D. Neff. 91:143-162. 2016.
              Two Accounts of the French expedition of 1866. Brother Anthony. 91:163-193. 2016.

ECOLOGY

             The Crane in the Pine Tree: The State of Wetlands in Korea. Nial Moores. 77:59-68. 2002.

 

ECONOMICS
              Korea in the Asian Crisis of 1997 - 1998: the IMF Crisis in Korea. Hank Morris. 121-128. 2012


EDUCATION

The Chinese Learning and Pleasures of a Country Scholar, An Account of Traditional Chinese Studies in Rural Korea.  Richard Rutt.  XXXVI:1-100. 1960.

Some Notes on the Sŏnggyun'gwan.  Kim Chongguk and Kim Chinman. XXXVIII:69-91.  Oct., 1961.

 

EGYPT

             Introduction to Ancient Egyptian Temples and Tombs. Maissa Cholkamy. 69:45-52. 1994.

 

ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES

             The Crane in the Pine Tree: The State of Wetlands in Korea. Nial Moores. 77:59-68. 2002.

 

EUN-JIN

See ŬNJIN

 

EXAMINATION SYSTEM

National Examination in Korea.  H. B. Hulbert.  XIV:9-32. 1923.

 

F.

 

FAMILY LAW

Dr. Lee Tae-Young and the Korean Family Law.  Sonia R. Strawn. 56:37-45. 1981.

Tigers in The Tree: Korean Family Lineage Records.  Hildi Kang. 66:9-22. 1991.

 

FAMILY RELATIONS

Family and Kinship Relationships.  Lee Hyo-jae and others.  XLVI:63-71. 1971.

Strong Men and Virtuous Women: Changing Male and Female Roles in Korea.  Jack O. Balswick. 56:27-35. 1981.

Tigers in The Tree: Korean Family Lineage Records.  Hildi Kang. 66:9-22. 1991.

 

FICTION

Notes on Modern Korean Fiction.  Peter Hyun.  XLII:69-74. 1966.

A Comparative Look at the Portrayal of Parenthood in Korean and English Fiction. Ji-moon Suh. 64:65-78. 1989.

Ko Un's Hwaom-kyong [Hwaŏm-kyŏng]: A Modern Korean Pilgrim's Progress. Brother Anthony 70:1-14. 1995.

Yang Guy-ja and Shin Kyoung-suuk: Two Contrasting Women's Voices in Korean Literature Today. Ji-moon Suh. 72:23-34. 1997.

Translations of Hong Kildong: From Story to Classic to Mascot and Beyond.  Robert J. Fouser. 75:25. 2000.

Chinese Vernacular Narratives in Chosŏn Korea. Emanuel Pastreich. 87:35-64. 2012.

 

FLOWERS

Some Wayside Flowers of Central Korea.  A Sister of the Community of St. Peter.  XVIII:22-40. 1929.

 

FOLKLORE

Corean Coin Charms and Amulets, A Supplement.  Frederick Starr. VIII:42-79. 1917.

Korean Folk-tales.  H. B. Hulbert.  II, part II:45-79. 1902.

A Plea for the Investigation of Korean Myths and Folklore.  Cecil H. N. Hodges.  V:41-53. 1914.

A Study of the Childbearing Behavior of Rural Korean Women and Their Families.  Dorothea Sich and Kim Young-key. 53:27-57. 1978.

 

FOOD

Some Common Korean Foods.  J. D. Van Buskirk.  XIV:1-8. 1923.

 

FOREIGN RELATIONS—BRITAIN

The Centenary of Korean-British Diplomatic Relations: Aspects of British Interest and Involvement.  J. E. Hoare. 58:1-34, 19-83.

The Chientao Incident (1920) and Britain.  Daeyeol Ku. 55:1-33. 1980.

Life at Port Hamilton during the "Preventive Occupation," 1885-87. Robert Neff. 79:65-78. 2004.

 

FOREIGN RELATIONS—CHINA

The Ming Connection: Notes on Korea's Experience in the Chinese Tributary System.  Donald N. Clark. 58:77-89. 1983.

Sino-Korean Relations at the End of the 14th Century.  L. Carrington Goodrich.  XXX:33-46. 1940.


FOREIGN RELATION --FRANCE
            Henri Zuber’s Day-by-Day Record (of the French 1866 Expedition).
Brother Anthony. 90:71-94. 2015.
            Two Accounts of the French expedition of 1866. Brother Anthony. 91:163-193. 2016.


FOREIGN RELATIONS—GENERAL
             Korea Confronts the Outside: Triumphs and Tragedies. Edward Shultz. 85:1-12. 2010.

            

FOREIGN RELATIONS—GERMANY

Paul-Georg von Mollendorff—Scholar and Statesman.  Walter Liefer. 57:41-52. 1982.

Pioneers of German-Korean Partnership.  Karl Leuteritz. 54:1-11. 1979.

Reception of Modern Korean Art in Germany.  Hans-George Knopp. 74:23-26. 1999.

Karl Friedrich August Guetzlaff: The First German in Korea. Sylvia Braesel. 77:69-90. 2002.

 

FOREIGN RELATIONS—JAPAN

The Chientao Incident (1920) and Britain.  Daeyeol Ku. 55:1-33. 1980.

The Opening of Korea: A Conflict of Traditions.  Pow-key Sohn.  XXXVI:101-131. 1960.

The Transmission of Neo-Confucianism to Japan by Kang Hang, a Prisoner of War.  Kim Ha-tai.  XXXVII:83-103.  April, 1961.

South Korean-Japanese Relations 1969-1979: Is There More Beyond Emotionalism? Victor D. Cha. 67:39-60.1992.

 

FOREIGN RELATIONS—U.S.

Changing Patterns in American Diplomacy: Implications for Korean-American Relations.  Richard L. Walker. 57:1-9. 1982.

On the Centenary of America's First Treaty with Korea.  Harold F. Cook. 57:11-28. 1982.

Shared Failure: American Military Advisors in Korea, 1888-1896.  Donald M. Bishop. 58:53-76. 1983.

The Shinmiyangyo. Thomas Duvernay. 89:1-50. 2014.

 

FOREIGNERS IN KOREA

Account of the Shipwreck of a Dutch Vessel on the Coast of the Isle of Quelpart, With Description of the Kingdom of Korea.  Hendrik Hamel.  IX:91-148. 1918.

Master Eibokken on Korea and the Korean Language: Supplementary Remarks to Hamel's Narrative.  Frits Vos.  L:7-42. 1975.

             Impermanent Residents: The Seoul Foreign Community in 1937.  Donald N. Clark. 64:19-38. 1989.

Some Background Notes on the Dutch in Korea in the 17th Century. Johannes Huber. 66:1-8. 1991.

Karl Friedrich August Guetzlaff: The First German in Korea. Sylvia Braesel. 77:69-90. 2002.

Satanic Devils in the Hermit Kingdom. Wilson Strand. 77:143-159. 2002.

Three Families in Dilkusha. Brother Anthony of Taizé. 84:51-72. 2009.

How the West First Learned about Korea. Brother Anthony. 87:117-160. 2012.

A glimpse of the Korea. Cyprian A. G. Bridge. 87:161-168. 2012.

Scandals and Gossip in Joseon Korea. Robert Neff. 86:61-69. 2011.

             An English Chemist Visits Korea in 1899. Brother Anthony (Ed.). 88:141-151. 2012.

             Robert Thomas’s First Trip To Korea. Robert Neff (Ed.). 88:152-177. 2012.

             The Shinmiyangyo. Thomas Duvernay. 89:1-50. 2014.

             Marie Antoinette Sontag (1838-1922). Sylvia Braesel. 89:83-98. 2014.
             Frank Carpenter’s Visit To Joseon. Robert Neff. 89:147-168. 2014.
             Korean Perspectives on 4 English Voyages. William F. Pore. 91:1-19. 2016.
             “Korea as Seen from the Saddle” (Homer Hulbert’s accounts of a journey to Pyongyang: Part One). Robert D. Neff. 91:143-162. 2016.
             Two Accounts of the French expedition of 1866. Brother Anthony. 91:163-193. 2016.

 

FOULK, GEORGE C. (1856-93)

             Journey in Korea: The 1884 Travel Diary of George C. Foulk. Samuel Hawley. 80:59-86. 2005.

 

FRENCH EXPEDITION 1866
               Henri Zuber’s Day-by-Day Record (of the French 1866 Expedition). Brother Anthony. 90:71-94. 2015.
              Two Accounts of the French expedition of 1866. Brother Anthony. 91:163-193. 2016.


FUNERAL RITES AND CEREMONIES

A Royal Funeral in Korea.  Hugh Miller.  XVII:15-29. 1927.

 

FURNITURE—YI DYNASTY

A Note on Yi Dynasty Furniture Making.  Edward Reynolds Wright. 52:39-44. 1977.

Patterns of Furniture Design during the Yi Dynasty.  Pai Man-sill.  XLIV:129-138. 1968.
             Brilliant as the Morning Star: Cultural notes on the yogang. Boudewijn Walraven. 91:109-120. 2016.

 

G.

 

GARDENS
             Symbolism and Literary Reference in Traditional Korean Gardens. Jill Matthews. 88:103-120. 2012


GEOGRAPHY

             General Map of Korea.  Edwin W. Mills.  VII: back cover. 1910.

Ecological Studies in the Tong-nai River Basin.  R. G. Mills.  XII:3-78. 1921.

Korean Roads Past and Present.  W. W. Taylor.  XV:33-56. 1924.

 

GEOLOGY

             Beneath our Feet: Geology and Landscape of Seoul. Rodney Grapes and Gyeong-Nan Jeong. 83:117-132. 2008.

 

GERMANY—FOREIGN RELATIONS

Paul-Georg von Mollendorff-Scholar and Statesman.  Walter Liefer. 57:41-52. 1982.

Pioneers of German-Korean Partnership.  Karl Leuteritz. 54:1-11. 1979.

Karl Friedrich August Guetzlaff: The First German in Korea. Sylvia Braesel. 77:69-90. 2002.

 

GINSENG

The Culture and Preparation of Ginseng in Korea.  C. T. Collyer.  III:18-30. 1903.

 

GOLD MINES AND MINING

Gold Mining in Korea.  Edwin W. Mills.  VII:5-39. 1916.

A Glimpse of Life at the Gold Mines.  Robert Neff. 81:93-110. 2006.

 

GREGORIO DE CESPEDEO

Some Notes on Gregorio de Cespedeo, Korea's First European Visitor. Ralph M. Cory.  XXVII:1-55. 1937.

 

GUILDS

The Village Guilds of Old Korea.  P. L. Gillett.  IV, part II:13-14. 1913.

 

H.

 

HAEIN-SA

A Guide to Haeinsa.  Susan Lauster.  XLVII:59-104. 1972.

Tripitaka Koreana.  Library of Woodblocks of Buddhist Classics at Haein-Sa, Korea.  Nac Choon Paik.  XXXII: 62-78. 1951.

 

HAWAI'I
           Christianity, American Missionaries, and Korean Immigration to the United States, 1903-1915. Wayne Patterson. 88:59-78. 2012


HEATING

Ondol Radiant Heat in Korea.  Warren Viessman.  XXXI:9-22. 1948-49.


HENRY GLENDINNING

             An English Chemist Visits Korea in 1899. Brother Anthony (Ed.). 88:141-151. 2012


HISTORIANS

Ch'oe Ch'i-wun [Ch'oe Ch'i-wŏn]: His Life and Times.  G. H. Jones. III:1-17. 1903.

Contributions by Western Scholars to Modern Historiography in Korea, with Emphasis on the RAS-KB. Young Ick Lew. 80:3-18. 2005.

 

HISTORY

The Chientao Incident (1920) and Britain.  Daeyeol Ku. 55:1-33. 1980.

Early American Contacts with Korea.  Harold F. Cook. 55:85-107. 1980.

The Independence Movement and the Missionaries.  Samuel H. Moffett. 54:13-32. 1979.

Japanese-Korean Relations After the Japanese Invasion of Korea in the 16th Century.  I. Yamagata.  IV, part II:1-11, 1913.

The Old People and the New Government.  Midori Komatsu.  IV, part I:1-12. 1912-13.

Paul-Georg von Mollendorff—Scholar and Statesman.  Walter Liefer. 57:41-52. 1982.

Record of Reprimands and Admonitions (Chingbirok).  Yu Sŏngnyong. Trans. by Wilbur D. Bacon.  XLVII:7-24. 1972.

Some Lesser-known Facts about Taewŏn'gun and His Foreign Policy. Lee Sun-keun.  XXXIX:23-46.  Dec., 1962.

Some Notes on Parhae (P'ohai).  William E. Henthorn.  XXXVII:65-81. April, 1961.

Three Koreas I Have Known. Henry Dodge Appenzeller.  66:61-76. 1991.

The Buddhist Transformation of Silla Kingship: Buddha as a King and King as a Buddha. N. M. Pankaj.  70:15-36. 1995.

Queen Min of Korea: Coming to Power. Tatiana M. Simbirtseva. 71:41-54. 1996.

On the Problem of International Status and Stages of the Socio-Political Development of Tae-gaya in the Late 5th and Early 6th Centuries.  Vladimir Tikhonov. 73:55-88. 1998.

Korea and Manchuria: The Historical Links Between Korea and the Ancestors of the Modem Manchus. Johannes Reckel. 76:1-12. 2001.

Historical Article: An Early Description of Korea and Asia Chinese and Japanese.  Eça de Queiroz. 76:45-62. 2001.

Korea in the White City: Korean Participation in the World's Columbian Exhibition of 1893. Daniel Kane. 77:1-58. 2002.

Karl Friedrich August Guetzlaff: The First German in Korea. Sylvia Braesel. 77:69-90. 2002.

Murder in the Land of the Morning Calm. Robert D. Neff.  77:91-104. 2002.

The lmjin War.  Samuel J. Hawley. 78:35-56. 2003.

Emily Brown: The American Empress of Korea.  Robert Neff. 78:79-84. 2003.

The Jennie Lovatt Letter: An Early View of Pusan in 1885.  Robert Neff. 78:85-90. 2003.

The Expedition to Northern Korea, Autumn 1898. D. A. Samsonov. 79:33-46. 2004.

Life at Port Hamilton during the "Preventive Occupation," 1885-87. Robert Neff. 79:65-78. 2004.

An unsung Korean Hero in Central Europe. Jaroslav Olša, jr. & Andreas Schirmer. 87:1-14. 2012.

The neolithic Culture of Korea (1940). Han Hŭng-su. 87:15-34. 2012.

How the West First Learned about Korea. Brother Anthony. 87:117-160. 2012.

A glimpse of the Korea. Cyprian A. G. Bridge. 87:161-168. 2012.

             1945: Korea Faces a Post-Colonial Industrial Future. Bill Streifer. 88:79-86. 2012.

             The Shinmiyangyo. Thomas Duvernay. 89:1-50. 2014.
             Origins of the Catholic Church in Korea. Brother Anthony. 89:169-192. 2014.

             History as Fact and Social Process. Boudewijn Walraven. 90: 47-56. 2015.
             Henri Zuber’s Day-by-Day Record (of the French 1866 Expedition).
Brother Anthony. 90:71-94. 2015.
             Korean Perspectives on 4 English Voyages. William F. Pore. 91:1-19. 2016.
             Syngman Rhee: Socialist. David P. Fields. 91:93-108. 2016.
             Two Accounts of the French expedition of 1866. Brother Anthony. 91:163-193. 2016.


HONG JONG-U

             The Life of Hong Jong-U. Brother Anthony. 89:129-1468. 2014.


HONG KILDONG

             Translations of Hong Kildong: From Story to Classic to Mascot and Beyond.  Robert J. Fouser. 75:25. 2000.

 

HUI NENG (638–713)

Hui Neng in Korea: A Chapter in the Story of Korean Religion. Daniel J. Adams. 81:1-22. 2006.

 

HUNTING

Hunting and Hunters' Lore in Korea.  H. H. Underwood.  VI, part II:23-43. 1915.

 

HWARANG

The Flower Boys of Silia (Hwarang).  Richard Rutt.  XXXVIII:1-66. Oct., 1961.

 

HYODANG CHOI BŎM-SUL (1904-1979)

Korean Patriot and Tea Master: Hyodang Choi Beom-Sul. Brother Anthony of Taizé. 82:107-128. 2007.

 

I.

 

IMF
            Korea in the Asian Crisis of 1997 - 1998: the IMF Crisis in Korea. Hank Morris. 121-128. 2012


IMJIN WAR

             The lmjin War.  Samuel J. Hawley. 78:35-56. 2003.


IMMIGRATION

             Christianity, American Missionaries, and Korean Immigration to the United States, 1903-1915. Wayne Patterson. 88:59-78. 2012


INDUSTRY           
                1945: Korea Faces a Post-Colonial Industrial Future. Bill Streifer. 88:79-86. 2012


J.

 

JAPAN—SOCIAL CONDITIONS

Address.  W. E. Griffis.  XVII:1-14. 1927.

 

JAPANESE INFLUENCE

The Old People and the New Government.  Midori Komatsu.  IV, part I:1-12. 1912-1913.

 

JAPANESE INVASION—1592

Record of Reprimands and Admonitions (Chingbirok).  Yu Sŏngnyong. Trans. by Wilbur D. Bacon.  XLVII:7-24. 1972.

The lmjin War.  Samuel J. Hawley. 78:35-56. 2003.
              Haengju Mountain Fortress on the 'River of Hell.' Sam Hawley. 85:29-35. 2010

.

 

JEAN PERRY
            Jean Perry: Twenty Years a Korea Missionary. Gigi Santow. 88:129-139. 2012


JIRI-SAN

             Jiri-san : Sacred Aspects and Assets. David A. Mason. 82:89-106. 2007.

 

JOURNALISM—HISTORY

Journalism in Korea: A Short History of the Korean Press.  In-Whan Oh and George Won.  LI:1-55. 1976.

Reform Movements in Korean Journalism.  James Wade.  XLV:13-36. 1969.

 

JOURNEYS AND TRAVEL

             Journey to Old Korea: The 1886 Diary of Gertrude Hall Denny. Robert R. Swartout, Jr. 61:35-68. 1986.

             Journey in Korea: The 1884 Travel Diary of George C. Foulk. Samuel Hawley. 80:59-86. 2005.

             Recent Journeys in Korea: 1883-4. William Richard Carles. 86:147-173. 2011.
             Frank Carpenter’s Visit To Joseon.
Robert Neff. 89:147-168. 2014.

             Korean Perspectives on 4 English Voyages. William F. Pore. 91:1-19. 2016.
             “Korea as Seen from the Saddle” (Homer Hulbert’s accounts of a journey to Pyongyang: Part One). Robert D. Neff. 91:143-162. 2016.

 

K.

 

KAESŎNG

Study of the Archaeological and Historic Sites of Kaesŏng. Elisabeth Chabonol. 80:35-58. 2005.
              “Korea as Seen from the Saddle” (Homer Hulbert’s accounts of a journey to Pyongyang: Part One). Robert D. Neff. 91:143-162. 2016.

 

KAGOK

Musical Aspects of the Modern Korean Art Song.  Dorothy C. Underwood. 55:63-84. 1980.

 

KANGHWA ISLAND

Kang-Wha [Kanghwa]  M. N. Trollope. II, part I:1-36. 1902.

The Shinmiyangyo. Thomas Duvernay. 89:1-50. 2014.

 

KIM CH'ŎN-HŬNG (1909-2007)

Kim Ch'on-Hung[Kim Ch¡¯ŏn-hŭng]: Portrait of a Performing Artist. Judy Van Zile. 66:45-60. 1991.

 

KIM IRYŎP

Kim Iryŏp: Pioneer Writer/Refomer in Colonial Korea. Bonnie B. C. Oh. 71:9-30. 1996.

Selected Translations from the Poetry of Kim Iryŏp. Translated by Sang Ran Lee, S. E. Solberg. 71:31-40. 1996.

 

KIM KWANG-KYU (1941- )

The Poetic Vision of Kim Kwang-kyu. Brother Anthony [Teague]. 66:23-44. 1991.

 

KIM SAKKAT—BIOGRAPHY

Kim Sakkat, Vagabond Poet.  Richard Rutt.  XLI:59-87. 1964.

 

KINGS—YI DYNASTY

Han-Yang (Seoul). J. S. Gale. II, part II:1-43. 1902.

 

KO UN [KO ŬN]

Ko Un's Hwaom-kyong [Hwaŏm-kyŏng]: A Modern Korean Pilgrim's Progress. Brother Anthony 70:1-14. 1995.

 

KOREA—CZECH RELATIONS

            Jiří Viktor Daneš: Czechoslovak Geographer and Diplomat in Colonized Korea. Jaroslav Olša, jr. 85:57-64. 2010.
            An unsung Korean Hero in Central Europe. Jaroslav Olša, jr. & Andreas Schirmer. 87:1-14. 2012.
            The neolithic Culture of Korea (1940). Han Hŭng-su. 87:15-34. 2012.
             Alice Hyun and Wellington Chung: Paradise Lost. Hlásny Vladimir and Jung Byung Joon. 91:21-41. 2016.


KOREA-GERMAN RELATIONS

             Karl Friedrich August Guetzlaff: The First German in Korea. Sylvia Braesel. 77:69-90. 2002.

 

KOREAJAPAN RELATIONS

Wae Japan as a Tamno of Paekche. Kim Young-duk [Kim Yŏng-dŏk]. 71:1-8. 1996.

In Seach of Japan's Origin. Kim Yong-duk [Kim Yŏng-dŏk]. 73:89-99 1998.

Japan's Korean Roots: In Search of Paekche's Tamnos. On Bronze Mirrors: Relating Paekche and Wae Japan.  Kim Yong-duk [Kim Yŏng-dŏk]. 76:13-30. 2001.

Japan's Connection to Korea: A Series of Three Essays. Kim Yong-duk[Kim Yŏng-dŏk] . 77:117-142. 2002.

The lmjin War.  Samuel J. Hawley. 78:35-56. 2003.

Japan's Connection to Korea (Part II): A Series of Three Essays.  Kim Yong-duk [Kim Yŏng-dŏk]. 78:57-78. 2003.

Japan's Connection to Korea (Part III): A Series of Three Essays. Kim Yong-duk [Kim Yŏng-dŏk]. 79:47-64. 2004.

 

KOREARUSSIA RELATIONS

             P G. von Moellendorff¡¯s Pro-Russian Activities in Korea (1882-1885): Opinions of Russian Historiographers.  T. M. Simbirtseva. 76:31-44. 2001.
             Russian Whaling in Joseon Korea. Robert D. Neff and Jeon Dong-Hun. 87:97-116. 2012.
   

 

KOREANAMERICANS

             Korean Identities: What Does It Mean to be Korean American in Korea? Mary Yu Danico. 80:115-136. 2005.

 

KOREAN STUDIES

             The Study of Korea in the United States. Donald S. Macdonald. 65:41-48. 1990.

Remembering the Forgotten War: Anglo-American Scholarship on the Korean Conflict. Allan R. Millett. 70:53-70. 1995.

 

KOREAN WAR

Remembering the Forgotten War: Anglo-American Scholarship on the Korean Conflict. Allan R. Millett. 70:53-70. 1995.

A Tale of the Korean War and the United States.  Ha Jong Yoon. 73:1-10. 1998.

Czechoslovakia in the Neutral Nations Supervisory Commission. Alex Švamberk. 88:1-5. 2012.

The Decision for War in Korea. Kathryn Weathersby. 89:51-64. 2014.

North Korea and the Armistice Negotiations. Kathryn Weathersby. 90:21-46. 2015.

 

KOREANS IN AMERICA

            Koreans in Transition: Americanization at the University of Dubuque, 1911-1935. Daniel J Adams. 80:87-114. 2005.
            Alice Hyun and Wellington Chung: Paradise Lost. Hlásny Vladimir and Jung Byung Joon. 91:21-41. 2016.

 

KOSAN, YUN SON-DO (I587-1671)

Kosan, Yun Son-Do (I587-1671): The Man and His Island. Kim Yong-dok.  67:61-70. 1992.

 

KYŎNGGI-DO

           Fortresses of Kyŏnggi-do.  Wilbur D. Bacon.  XXXVII: 1-63. April, 1961.

 

KYŎNGJU

Kŏngiu, Ancient Capital of Silla.  Helen B. Chapin.  XXXIII:55-72, 1957.

On the Stone Triad from Namsan, Kyŏngju.  Hwang Su-Young.  XLIV:139-150. 1968.

The Great Tumulus of Whangnam.  Kim, Young-Duk [Kim Yŏng-dŏk]. 72:35-42. 1997.

 

L.

 

LANDIS, ELI BARR, 1865-1898

An Early Koreanologist: Eli Barr Landis, 1865-1898.  Richard Rutt.  54:59-100. 1979.

 

LANGUAGE

Master Eibokken on Korea and the Korean Language: Supplementary Remarks to Hamel's Narrative.  Frits Vos.  L:7-42. 1975.

Early Korean Writing Systems.  Adrian Buzo. 55:35-61. 1980.

The Romanization of the Korean Language Based on its Phonetic Structure.  G. M. McCune and E. O. Reischauer.  XXIX:1-55. 1939.

Accent and Vowel Length in Korean. Gary Rector. 75:43. 2000.

 

LAW

             Traditional Korean Law and Its Modernization.  Choi Chongko. 64:1-18. 1989.

 

LEE TAE-YOUNG

Dr. Lee Tae-Young and the Korean Family Law.  Sonia R. Strawn. 56:37-45. 1981.

 

LEGAL AID CENTER FOR FAMILY RELATIONS

Dr. Lee Tae-Young and the Korean Family Law.  Sonia R. Strawn. 56:37-45. 1981.

 

LIBRARIES

             A History of the Library of the Royal Asiatic Society, 1900-1950. Harold M. Otness. 63:1-12. 1988.

 

LINGUISTICS

             Accent and Vowel Length in Korean. Gary Rector. 75:43. 2000.

 

LITERATURE

Corean Books and Their Authors, Being an Introduction to Corean Literature.  M. N. Trollope.  XXI:1-58. 1932.

Introduction to Courante's Bibliographie Coréene, Trans. by W. Massy Royds.  XXV:1-99. 1936.

Korean Literature in English: A Critical Bibliography.  Horace H. Underwood.  LI:65-115. 1976.

Notes on Modern Korean Fiction.  Peter Hyun.  XLII:69-74. 1966.

Occidental Literature on Korea.  Horace H. Underwood.  XX:1-15. 1931.

Paegun Sosŏl, The White Cloud Essays of Yi Kyubo.  Trans. and annotated by Richard Rutt. 52:1-37. 1977.

A Comparative Look at the Portrayal of Parenthood in Korean and English Fiction. Ji-moon Suh. 64:65-78. 1989.

The Mature Poetry of Chong Chi-Young.  Daniel A. Kister. 65:1-14. 1990.

Chong Chi-Young[Chŏng Chi-yong]'s Night and Mountain Poems: Eight Poems from the Poet's Mature Years. Daniel A. Kister trans. 65:15-22. 1990.

The Poetic Vision of Kim Kwang-kyu. Brother Anthony [Teague]. 66:23-44. 1991.

Kosan, Yun Son-Do (I587-1671): The Man and His Island. Kim Yong-dok.  67:61-70. 1992.

Footprints of The Wild Goose: Horak hongjo or Hodong sŏrak ki by Kŭmwŏn. Richard Rutt. 68:57-98. 1993.

Ko Un's Hwaom-kyong: A Modem Korean Pilgrim's Progress. Brother Anthony [An Sonjae] 70:1-14. 1995.

The Poetry of Shin Kyong-nim.  Brother Anthony (An Sonjae). 74:27-48. 1999.

Yang Guy-ja and Shin Kyoung-suuk: Two Contrasting Women's Voices in Korean Literature Today. Ji-moon Suh. 72:23-34. 1997.

Translations of Hong Kildong: From Story to Classic to Mascot and Beyond.  Robert J. Fouser. 75:25. 2000.

Chinese Vernacular Narratives in Chosŏn Korea. Emanuel Pastreich. 87:35-64. 2012.

Chŏn Chaekyŏng’s Butterfly. Tristan Webb. 90:165-176. 2015.

 

M.

 

MCCUNE-REISCHAUER SYSTEM

The Romanization of the Korean Language Based on Its Phonetic Structure. Mccune, G. M. and E. O. Reischauer. XXIX:1-55. 1939.

Tables of McCune-Reischauer System for Romanization of Korean. XXXVIII:121-128.  Oct., 1961.

The Mccune-Reischauer Romanization System for Korean.  John Holstein. 74:1-22. 1999

 

MANCHURIA

             Korea and Manchuria: The Historical Links Between Korea and the Ancestors of the Modem Manchus. Johannes Reckel. 76:1-12. 2001.

 

MAPS

General Map of Korea.  Edwin W. Mills.  VII: back cover. 1916.

Map of Seoul.  II, part II: back cover. 1902.

Some Korean Maps.  Shannon McCune.  L:70-102. 1975.

 

MARRIAGE CUSTOMS AND RITES

Marriage Customs of Korea.  Arthur Hyde Lay.  IV, part III:1-15. 1913.

Selection and Divorce.  J. S. Gale.  IV, part III:17-22, 1913.

 

MASK DANCES

Korean Mask and Mask-dance Plays.  Yi Tu-hyon.  XLII: 49-67. 1966.

 

MEDICINE—HISTORY

The History of Korean Medicine.  N. H. Bowman.  VI, part I:1-34. 1915.

 

MEMOIRS

             Recollections of a Missionary Kid Returning to Korea, August 28, 1945. Park L. Gerdine. 80:19-34. 2005.

Travel in Korea: Missionary Encounters at the Turn of the Twentieth Century.  Elizabeth Underwood. 78:3-20. 2003.

 

MILITARY—YI DYNASTY

Shared Failure: American Military Advisors in Korea, 1888-1896.  Donald M. Bishop. 58:53-76. 1983.

 

MILITARY SERVICE-KORYŎ DYNASTY

Some Notes on Koryŏ Military Units.  William E. Henthorn.  XXXV:67-75. t959.

 

MISSIONARIES

An Early Koreanologist: Eli Barr Landis, 1865-1898.  Richard Rutt. 54:59-100. 1979.

The Independence Movement and the Missionaries.  SamueI H. Moffett. 54:13-32. 1979.

The Two Visits of the Rev. R. J. Thomas to Korea.  M. W. Oh.  XXII:95-123. 1933.

Dr. Frank William Schofield and His Place in Korea History. Jin Young Choi. 65:23-34. 1990.

Travel in Korea: Missionary Encounters at the Turn of the Twentieth Century.  Elizabeth Underwood. 78:3-20. 2003.

             Christianity, American Missionaries, and Korean Immigration to the United States, 1903-1915. Wayne Patterson. 88:59-78. 2012
             Jean Perry: Twenty Years a Korea Missionary. Gigi Santow. 88:129-139. 2012
.
            
Korean Christian Nationalists and Canadian Missionaries. Frederick J. Glover. 90:1-20. 2015.     

 

MODERNIZATION

               1945: Korea Faces a Post-Colonial Industrial Future. Bill Streifer. 88:79-86. 2012


MONASTERIES, BUDDHIST

The Founding of the Royal Dragon Monastery.  David H. McClung, trans. and annotator. 53:69-79. 1978.

 

MOON VILLAGES
             Seoul's Last Moon Village(s). Jon Dunbar. 91:121-141. 2016.


MOVING PICTURE INDUSTRY—HISTORY

The Cinema in Korea: A Robust Invalid.  James Wade.  XLV:109-128. 1969.

 

MUSEUMS

The National Museum of the Republic of Korea.  David L Steinberg. XLIV:1-69.1968.

The Origins of the British Museum's Korean Collection. Jane Portal. 70:37-52. 1995.

 

MUSIC

Kayago: The Origin and Evolution of the Korean Twelve-string Zither. Coralie J. Rockwell. XLIX:26-47. 1974.

Korean Musical Instruments and an Introduction to Korean Music.  J. L. Boots.  XXX:1-32. 1940.

Musical Aspects of the Modern Korean Art Song.  Dorothy C. Underwood. 55:63-84. 1980.

The Sacrifice to Confucius in Korea and Its Music.  Robert C. Provine. L:43-69. 1975.

Kim Ch'on-Hung[Kim Ch¡¯ŏn-hŭng]: Portrait of a Performing Artist. Judy Van Zile. 66:45-60. 1991.

Choi In-Suh and the Tae-Ch¡¯wi-t¡¯a. Alan C. Heyman. 84:91-96. 2009.

              From Traditional Opera to Modern Music Theatre? Jan Creutzenberg. 88:87-102. 2012


 

MUTEL, GUSTAVE CHARLES MARIE—BIOGRAPHY

Archbishop Mutel, A Biographical Sketch.  G. St. G. M. Gompertz. XXVII:57-132. 1937.

 

MYTHOLOGY

A Plea for the Investigation of Korean Myths and Folklore.  Cecil H. N. Hodges.  V:41-53. 1914.

 

N.

 

NAVY—KORYŎ PERIOD

The Creation of the Korean Navy During the Koryŏ Period.  Benjamin H. Hazard.  XLVIII:10-28. 1973.

 

NEO-CONFUCIANISM

The Transmission of Neo-Confucianism to Japan by Kang Nang, a Prisoner of War.  Kim Ha-tai.  XXXVII:83-103.  April, 1961.

 

NEWSPAPERS-HISTORY

Journalism in Korea: A Short History of the Korean Press.  In-whan Oh and George Won.  LI:1-55. 1976.

Postwar Development of the Korean Press.  Koh Myung-shik. XLV:37-49. 1969.

 

NORTH KOREA

North Korea—Yesterday and Today.  Adrian Buzo. 56:1-25. 1981.

The North Korean Struggle for Survival: 1980-1990.  Sofie Bosma. 72:43-60. 1997.

The Expedition to Northern Korea, Autumn 1898. D. A. Samsonov. 79:33-46. 2004.

Perilous Journeys: The Plight of North Koreans in China and Beyond. Peter Beck, Gail Kim, and Donald MacIntyre. 81:33-92. 2006.

Back to the Past: A Visit to North Korea in October 2011. J. E. Hoare. 86:7-23. 2011.

The wall which Crumbles: North Korea and the Outside World. Andrei Lankov. 86:25-40. 2011.

The Decision for War in Korea. Kathryn Weathersby. 89:51-64. 2014.4. 2014.

North Korea and the Armistice Negotiations. Kathryn Weathersby. 90:21-46. 2015.
             Alice Hyun and Wellington Chung: Paradise Lost. Hlásny Vladimir and Jung Byung Joon. 91:21-41. 2016..

 

O.

 

OBITUARY
              
In Memoriam: Alan Heyman (1931 – 2014). 88: 53-57. 2012


OCCUPATIONS

The Village Guilds of Old Korea.  P. L. Gillett.  IV, part II:13-14. 1913.

 

P.


PAE UN-SONG

            The Korean Painter Pae Un-sŏng. Jaroslav Olsa Jr.. 90:95-116. 2015.


PAINTINGS

Some Pictures and Painters of Corea.  Charles Hunt.  XIX:1-34. 1930.

The Korean Painter Pae Un-sŏng. Jaroslav Olsa Jr.. 90:95-116. 2015.


 

PALACES

Palaces in Seoul.  Helen B. Chapin.  XXXII:3-50. 1951.

 

PANSORI            
              From Traditional Opera to Modern Music Theatre? Jan Creutzenberg. 88:87-102. 2012


PARHAE (699-926)

Some Notes on Parhae (P'ohai).  William E. Henthorn.  XXXVII:65-81. April 1961.

 

PERFORMING ARTS

             Kim Ch'on-Hung[Kim Ch¡¯ŏn-hŭng]: Portrait of a Performing Artist. Judy Van Zile. 66:45-60. 1991.

             For Men or Women?  The Case of Chinju Kŏmmu, A Sword Dance from South Korea. Judy VanZile. 75:9. 2000.

 

PHILOSOPHY: see CONFUCIANISM

 

PLANTS

Chronology of Plant Taxonomy in Korea.  Lee Tchang-Bok.  XLIX:48-54. 1974.

Herbae Koreanae, Being a First List of Some of the Commonest Herbaceous Plants Found in Korea. A Sister of the Community of St. Peter. XVIII:43-82. 1929.

Geographical Divisions of Korean Plants. Kong, Woo-seok. 69:23-44. 1994.

 

POETRY

An Introduction to the Sijo—A Form of Short Korean Poem. Richard Rutt. XXXIV:1-88. 1958.

Kim Sakkat, Vagabond Poet. Richard Rutt.  XLI:59-87. 1964.

Traditional Korean Poetry Criticism.  Richard Rutt.  XLVII:105-143. 1972.

Ch'ao-hsun Fu. Tung Yueh. Trans. and annotated by Richard Rutt. XLVIII:29-73. 1973.

The Mature Poetry of Chong Chi-Young.  Daniel A. Kister. 65:1-14. 1990.

Chong Chi-Young [Chŏng Chi-yong]'s Night and Mountain Poems: Eight Poems from the Poet's Mature Years. Daniel A. Kister trans. 65:15-22. 1990.

The Poetic Vision of Kim Kwang-kyu. Brother Anthony. 66:23-44. 1991.

Selected Translations from the Poetry of Kim Iryŏp. Translated by Sang Ran Lee, S. E. Solberg. 71:31-40. 1996.

The Poetry of Shin Kyŏng-nim.  Brother Anthony. 74:27-48. 1999

The Temple on a Hill in Seoul [poems].  F. J. Seligson.  82:29-52. 2007.

Squirrels of Lone Tree Mountain [poems]. Fred Jeremy Seligson. 83:107-116. 2008.

Old Guy Winter [poems]. Fred Jeremy Seligson. 84:97-110. 2009.

 

POETS

Ch'oe Ch'i-wun [Ch'oe Ch'i-wŏn]: His Life and Times.  G. H. Jones. III:1-17. 1903.

Kim Sakkat, Vagabond Poet. Richard Rutt.  XLI:59-87. 1964.

The Mature Poetry of Chong Chi-Young.  Daniel A. Kister. 65:1-14. 1990.

The Poetic Vision of Kim Kwang-kyu. Brother Anthony [Teague]. 66:23-44. 1991.

Kosan, Yun Son-Do (I587-1671): The Man and His Island. Kim Yong-dok.  67:61-70. 1992.

Yi I, Yulgok (1536-1584), A Path to Maturation and Fulfillment: Poetry, Philosophy, and Wisdom. Philippe Thiébault. 74:59-86. 1999

Selected Translations from the Poetry of Kim Iryŏp. Translated by Sang Ran Lee, S. E. Solberg. 71:31-40. 1996.

 

POLITICAL LIFE

Women in Korean Politics. Chunghee Sarah Soh. 69:71-7. 1994.

Kim Iryŏp: Pioneer Writer/Refomer in Colonial Korea. Bonnie B. C. Oh. 71:9-30. 1996.

 

POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT—JAPAN

Japanese-Korean Relations after the Japanese Invasion of Korea in the 16th Century.  I. Yamagata.  IV, part II:1-11. 1913.

 

PORT HAMILTON

             Life at Port Hamilton during the "Preventive Occupation," 1885-87. Robert Neff. 79:65-78. 2004.

 

POSTAL SERVICE-HISTORY

The Postal History of Dynastic Korea.  John T. Nugent.  LI:56-64. 1976.

 

POTTERY

The Appeal of Korean Celadon.  G. St. G. M. Gompertz. 52:45-54. 1977.

Catalogue, A. I. Ludlow Collection.  XIV:40-62. 1923.

Ceramic History of the Yi Period.  G. St. G. M. Gompertz.  XLII:3-25. 1966.

Pottery of the Korai [Koryŏ] Dynasty (924-1392).  A. I. Ludlow.  XIV:33-39. 1923.

Pottery Production in the Earliest Years of the Yi Dynasty. Gregory Henderson.  XXXIX:5-22.  Dec., 1962.

A Study of the Punwŏn.  Kang Man-kil.  XLIV:71-127. 1968.

 

PREGNANCY

A Study of the Childbearing Behavior of Rural Korean Women and Their Families.  Dorothea Sich and Kim Young-key. 53:27-57. 1978.

 

PRINTING—HISTORY

Book Production and Printing in Corea.  M. N. Trollope.  XXV:101-107. 1936.

 

PRISONERS OF WAR

                Czechoslovakia in the Neutral Nations Supervisory Commission. Alex Švamberk. 88:1-5. 2012

PUBLISHERS AND PUBLISHING

Publishing in Korea: An Historical Survey.  Han Man-nyun.  XLV:51-95. 1969.

 

PUNWŎN

A Study of the Punwŏn.  Kang Man-kil.  XLIV:71-127. 1968.

 

PUSAN

             The Jennie Lovatt Letter: An Early View of Pusan in 1885.  Robert Neff. 78:85-90. 2003

 

PUYŎ

Puyŏ, One of Korea's Ancient Capitals.  Helen B. Chapin.  XXXII:51-61. 1951.

 

Q.

 

QUEEN MIN

Queen Min of Korea: Coming to Power. Tatiana M. Simbirtseva. 71:41-54. 1996.

 

R.

 

RADIO

Radio and Television in Korea.  Kim Kyu.  XLV:97-107, 1969.

 

RECORDS

Tigers in The Tree: Korean Family Lineage Records.  Hildi Kang. 66:9-22. 1991.

 

REFORESTATION

Afforestation in Korea.  E. W. Koons.  VI, part I:35-42. 1915.

Reforestation in Korea. Victor K. Teplyakov. 89:65-82. 2014.

 

RELIGIONS

Ch'ŏndogyo Enters its Second Century.  Benjamin Weems.  XLIII:92-100. 1967.

Chungsan'gyo: Its History, Doctrines and Ritual Practices.  Lee Kang-o. Trans. by Richard Rutt. XLIII:28-66. 1967.

Korea's Tong-il Movement.  Choi Syn-duk.  XLIII:101-113. 1967.

Leadership and Organization in the Olive Tree Movement.  Felix Moos. XLIII:11-27. 1967.

The New Religions of Korea: Introduction.  Spencer J. Palmer.  XLIII:1-10. 1967,

The New Religions of Korea: A Preliminary Interpretation.  H. Byron Earhart.  XLIX:7-25. 1974.

Religion and Social Values.  Lee Hyo-jae and others.  XLVI: 73-89. 1971.

A Socio-religious Study of Sindonae.  Choi Jai-sok.  XLIII: 67-91. 1967.

Rationality, Practicality and Modernity: Buddhism, Shamanism and Christianity in Contemporary Korean Society.  Hyun-key Kim Hogarth. 73:41-54. 1998.

Sacred Aspects and Assets of Taebaek-san. David A. Mason. 81:111-132. 2006.

Won Buddhism in Korea: A New Religious Movement Comes of Age. Daniel J. Adams. 84:1-35. 2009. 
              Idolatry, Ideology  and  Nationalism: A  Korean Millenarian Sect and the State. James Grayson. 85:95-107. 2010.

              Mountain Tourism and Religious Heritage Sites: A Fresh Paradigm. David A. Mason. 87:65-80. 2012.

              Origins of the Catholic Church in Korea. Brother Anthony. 89:169-192. 2014.


 

RELIGIOUS ART AND SYMBOLISM

Inscription of Buddha at Eun-jin [Ŭnjin]. I:51-56. 1900.

Korea's Colossal Image of Buddha.  G. H. Jones. I:57-70. 1900.

Some Recent Discoveries in Korean Temples and Their Relationship to Early Eastern Christianity.  E. A. Gordon.  V:1-39. 1914.

A Guide to Haeinsa.  Susan Lauster.  XLVII:59-104. 1972.

Buddhist Ritual Music and Dance.  Allen Heyman. 81:23-32. 2006.

 

RITUALS

The Martyrdom of Paul Yon: Western Religion and Eastern Ritual in 18th Century Korea.  Donald L. Baker. 54:33-58. 1979.

Receiving the Samsin Grandmother: Conception Rituals in Korea.  Laurel Kendall. 52:55-70. 1977.

The Sacrifice to Confucius in Korea and Its Music.  Robert C. Provine. L:43-69. 1975.

Buddhist Ritual Music and Dance.  Allen Heyman. 81:23-32. 2006.

 

ROBERT THOMAS
             Robert Thomas’s First Trip To Korea. Robert Neff (Ed.). 88:152-177. 2012


ROMANIZATION

The Romanization of the Korean Language Based on Its Phonetic Structure.  G. M. McCune & E. O. Reischauer.  XXIX:1-55. 1939.

Tables of McCune-Reischauer System for the Romanization of Korean. XXXVIII:121-128.  Oct., 1961.

 

ROYAL ASIATIC SOCIETY, KOREA BRANCH

Seventy Years of the RAS in Korea.  Lak-Geoon George Paik.  XLVII:25-39. 1972.

Index to Transactions of the Royal Asiatic Society, Korea Branch 1900-1983, Volumes 1-58. 59:1-45. 1984.

A History of the Library of the Royal Asiatic Society, 1900-1950. Harold M. Otness. 63:1-12. 1988.

The Korea Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society: The First One Hundred Years.  Horace G. Underwood. 75:1. 2000.

Index to Transactions of the Royal Asiatic Society-Korea Branch Volumes I Through 74 (1900-1999) 75:49. 2000.

Index to Transactions of the Royal Asiatic Society-Korea Branch Volumes I through 75 (1900-2000). 76:63-80. 2001.

Chusok Trip to China 2002. Nancy Peck. 77:105-116. 2002.

Contributions by Western Scholars to Modern Historiography in Korea, with Emphasis on the RAS-KB. Young Ick Lew. 80:3-18. 2005.

Twenty-Seven Years With The Royal Asiatic Society.  Daniel J. Adams. 82:1-28. 2007.

Presidents of the Royal Asiatic Society Korea Branch. Jang, Song-Hyon. 84:111-113. 2009.

             The Early Years of the RASKB : 1900 – 1920. Brother Anthony. 85:131-149. 2010.

             My 45 years with the RASKB. Bae, Sue Ja. 86:1-5. 2011.