JOURNAL> Journal of Korean Religions, Vol. 10, no. 1

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The Spring 2019 issue of the Journal of Korean Religions is now available on Muse https://muse.jhu.edu/issue/40481 . This  issue is guested edited by Dr. Richard D. McBride II and focuses on Buddhism in the Colonial Period.  The essays included in this special issue are:

McBride, Richard D., II. 2019a. “Guest Editor’s Introduction.” Journal of Korean Religions 10 (1): 5–9.

 

Kang, Hee-jung. 2019. “The Remains from Ancient Times: Newly Formed Connections with Buddhist Culture Designated as ‘Art’ or ‘Cultural Assets.’” Journal of Korean Religions 10 (1): 11–43.


McBride, Richard D., II. 2019 “Must Read Texts for Buddhists and the Modernization of Korean Buddhist Ritual.” Journal of Korean Religions 10 (1): 83–122.

Park, Jeongeun. 2019. “The Making of Modern Monastic Families in Colonial Korea: An Examination of Master-Disciple Relations in Monks’ Household Registers.” Journal of Korean Religions 10 (1): 45–82.

Cha, Paul S. 2019. “Accounting for North Korea: Korean Reunification, the CCIA, and the Korean Christians Federation.” Journal of Korean Religions 10 (1): 123–152.