SOAS-AKS Working Papers in Korean Studies II
The SOAS-AKS Working Papers in Korean Studies (II) are an outlet for research-in-progress by European, Korean and Global scholarship. Open to a wide range of contributions in the field of Korean Studies, it is particularly aimed at the dissemination of research that has been conducted or presented under the auspices of the AKS Overseas Leading University programmes in Korean Studies.
The working papers in the series are issued individually, as listed below, and can be downloaded through the links provided with each entry
46. Linguistic Representation of the Sewol Ferry Disaster: A Corpus-based Analysis of Headlines from Two Korean Newspapers
You-kyung Ju & Jaehoon Yeon. September 2015.
45. Producing Political Landscape on the Korean Peninsula - Divided Visions, United Vista
Dr Robert Winstanley-Chesters & Ms Sherri L. Ter Molen. May 2015.
44. ‘Kim Jong-un Syndrome’: North Korean Commemorative Culture and the Succession Process
Adam Cathcart. March 2015.
43. An Analysis of the Text Structure of Cheonjugasa from a Linguistic Perspective
Wonhyong Cho. September 2014.
42. Allusions and Citations in the Context of New Tendencies In Korean Vernacular Poetry of Late Chosŏn
Anastasia A. Guryeva. May 2014.
41. Why is the ‘Lonely Saint’ so lonely in Korea’s Buddhist Monasteries?
Beatrix Mecsi. February 2014.
40. The Course of Korean Historiography: from Orthodox to post-Altaic
Andrew Logie. September 2013.
39. Building the Bridge to the Future: New Songdo City from a Critical Urbanism Perspective
Glen David Kuecker. June 2013.
38. The Rhetorical Power of Neo-Liberalism and the Strengthening of the Korean State
David Hundt. February 2013.
37. The Vacillation of Culture in Neoliberal South Korea
Kang Nae-hui. April 2012.
36. After Two Decades: Korean Hip-hop and ‘Cultural Reterritorialization’
Hae-kyung Um. 2012.
35. The Importance of Korean P’ansori for National Identity
Dorothea Suh. 2012.
34. A Study of Ancient Lion Dances in East Asia
Jung Rock Seo. 2012.
33. The K-Pop Boom in Taiwan
Sang-Yeon Sung. 2012.
32. Songs in the Lives of Three Korean Survivors of the Japanese “Comfort Women”: Introducing Hearts of Pine
Joshua D. Pilzer. 2012.
31. 1910-1911: Years that changed Seoul’s music
Sung-Hee Park. 2012.
30. ‘Mourning Becomes Song’: Revisiting the Ritual Origin of Korean Vocal Music
Chan E. Park. 2012.
29. Local Heroes
Simon Mills. 2012.
28. Nationalism and the contemporary song genre of Kugak Kayo in South Korea
Hyunseok Kwon. 2012.
27. Features of Korean Traditional Dance: Han and Shin Myŏng in the Salp’uri Dance
Kim Unmi. 2012.
26 - Research on Samullori Education in Schools
In Suk Kim. 2012.
25. The Tree of Yin and Yang: Analysis of Youngdong Kim’s ‘Manp’a shik chŏk’
Hyelim Kim. 2012.
24. Contemporary Transformative Phases in Korean Dance
Chae-hyeon Kim. 2012.
23. The Function of T'ŭrot'ŭ in Akkŭk
Jihae Gu. 2012.
22. How did North Korean dance notation make its way to South Korea’s bastion of traditional arts
Keith Howard. 2012.
21. Early Voices in SamulNori’s Historical Record
Nathan Hesselink. 2012.
20 - Torn Between Two Lovers: The Task and Risk of Translating Korean Classical Literature into English
Hye-Joon Yoon. December 2011.
19. Reviving The Confucian Spirit Of Ethical Practicality: Tasan’s Notions Of “Human Nature” (性) And “Heart-Mind” (心) And Its Political Implication
Daeyeol Kim. October 2011.