This volume contains sixteen papers selected from the nearly one hundred presented at the First Pacific Basin Conference on Korean Studies held in Honolulu in 1992. The papers have been selected to reflect the wide range of academic disciplines and geographic regions represented at the conference. They are grouped into five broad categories - history, literature, philosophy and religion, politics and economics, and sociology - and address such topics as rethinking popular culture in 1930s Korea, women's literature in the Choson period, early Western studies of Korean religions, North Korean foreign policy, and ethnic identity and community involvement of young Korean-Americans. Other selected papers from the conference can be found in the journal Korean Studies.
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Book Description Univ of Hawaii Center for Korean, 1994. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX082481598X