The GW Institute for Korean Studies at the George Washington University is pleased to announce the publication of the Journal of Korean Studies Spring 2021 issue, volume 26, no. 1.
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The Journal of Korean Studies, Spring 2021, Volume 26, No. 1
Begging for Rain: Economic and Social Effects of Climate in the Early Koryŏ Period by Howard Kahm and Dennis Lee
Houses of Moral Suasion: Between Rehabilitation and Punishment by Young Sun Park
Two Incarnations, One Person: The Complexity of Kim Iryŏp’s Life by Hwansoo Kim
Truths of Traitors: Colonial Collaboration and Autobiographical Narratives in Postliberation Korea by Ji Young Kim
“People Like You and Me”: The Korean War, Humanitarian Aid, and Creating Compassion by Paul S. Cha
The Geopolitics of Citizenship: Evidence from North Korean Claims to Membership in the South by Sheena Chestnut Greitens
Queer Korea edited by Todd A. Henry. Reviewed by So-Rim Lee
The Interrogation Rooms of the Korean War: The Untold History by Monica Kim and The Hijacked War: The Story of Chinese POWs in the Korean War by David Cheng Chang. Reviewed by Sandra Park