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107 Asian Regionalism
Author: Peter KATZENSTEIN, Natasha HAMILTON-HART, Kozo KATO, and Ming YUE Publication Year: 2000 Publication Number: 107

Regionalism is of growing relevance to the political economy of Asia-Pacific. In the wake of the Asian financial crisis, this timely volume investigates in four different chapters the dynamics of Asian regionalism during the 1980s and 1990s. Specifically, it focuses on Japanese and Chinese busine...

102 Charisma&Community
Author: S.A. THORNTON Publication Year: 1999 Publication Number: 102

This study demonstrates the value of the articulation in organizational studies of Weber's concept of charisma as a successful social relationship as well as that of a chosen career determined by culture and tradition. Indeed, the success of the Yugyo-ha was due to its ability...

105 FarmersDanceBilingual
Author: Translated by Brother ANTHONY of Taize and Young-moo KIM Publication Year: 1999 Publication Number: 105

1999 Bilingual DapGae/CEAS Edition Shin Kyong-Nim's first volume of poems, Farmers' Dance (Nong-mu), marked a major new step in the development of modern Korean poetry when it was published in 1973. The life of Korea's oppressed rural masses had never before been highlighted in such a manner. For...

103 Inventing Nanjing Road
Author: Edited by Sherman COCHRAN Publication Year: 1999 Publication Number: 103

The contributors to this collection of seven essays (plus an editor’s introduction and a comparative afterword) have framed debates about the construction of commercial culture in China. They all have agreed that during the early twentieth century China’s commercial culture was centered in th...

106 LivesInMotion
Author: Edited by Susan Orpett LONG Publication Year: 1999 Publication Number: 106

From the deathbed to the commuter railway station, from the marriage market to the fish market, from the baseball field to the grave, this volume explores the diversity of contemporary Japanese society by studying how people “compose” their families, their communities, and their own identitie...

23 NankingLetters
Author: Knight BIGGERSTAFF Publication Year: 1999 Publication Number: 23

1999 Reprint edition

First printed in 1979, this series of illuminating letters was written between April and August, 1949, describing Nanking before, during and immediately after the Communist takeover. The author was in China on a research fellowship at the time of the takeover. The re...

101 ProphetOtherStories
Author: Translated by Julie PICKERING Publication Year: 1999 Publication Number: 101
Yi Ch'ông-Jun  was born in 1939 and graduated from the department of German language and literature at Seoul National University in 1966. He has long been recognized as one of Korea's most prolific and demanding authors. Since his debut in 1965, he has enjoyed consistent critical and commercial su...
94 DayShine
Author: Translated and introduced by Wolhee CHOE and Peter FUSCO Publication Year: 1998 Publication Number: 94

Powerfully inventive poems of love in contemporary life by Chong Hyon-jong, one of the most respected poets writing in Korea. The novelty of his poetic language with its narrative lyricism and provacative philosophy makes it impossible to classify Chong's poetry, and yet it is a holder of traditi...

98 Korean Linguistics
Author: Edited by Ross KING Publication Year: 1998 Publication Number: 98

This volume brings together fifteen new papers on Korean linguistics originally presented at the Ninth International Conference on Korean Linguistics, 1994. Contributions range from phonetics and phonology, to syntax and grammaticalization, and address important theoretical issues from a wide var...

97 Dramatic Representations
Author: Mae J. SMETHURST Publication Year: 1998 Publication Number: 97

Winner, 2001 Japan-US Friendship Commission Prize

This volume of five noh translations (containing an introduction, translations, short commentaries and a glossary) differs from most others in that none of the plays are of the mugenno type, but are instead genzaino, real-life noh. The pl...

90 Early Lyrics
Author: Translated and Introduced by Brother Anthony of Taiz Publication Year: 1998 Publication Number: 90

This is a bilingual publication.

SO CHONG-JU, also known by the penname Midang, was born in Sonum village in the North Cholla Province of Korea, in 1915. His first poems were published in the late 1930s; his first collection of poems dates from 1941. The present volume contains the comple...

96 PrinciplesOfPoetry
Author: HAGIWARA Sakutaro Publication Year: 1998 Publication Number: 96

This work comprises the first complete English translation of Shi no Genri, one of the most important attempts at a theory of literature written in the modern period. HAGIWARA SAKUTARO (1886-1942) was not only an original poet but also a perceptive and lonely literary critic. This book, in his ow...

93 SnowFalling
Author: KIM Jong-Gil, translator Publication Year: 1998 Publication Number: 93

1998 English Language Edition 2000 Winner, Yeonam Prize

Kim Chun-Su is one of the most original poets in modern Korean poetry. He was influenced by Rilke for a while, but embarked on a series of his own poetic experiments culminating in what he cal...

100 Total War
Author: Edited by Yasushi YAMANOUCHI, J. Victor KOSCHMANN and Ryuichi NARITA Publication Year: 1998 Publication Number: 100

A product of international collaborative research, this collection of essays by scholars from Japan, North America and Europe illuminates the many important ways in which mobilization for total war in the 1930s and early-1940s laid the foundation for postwar democracy. The essays, all but two of ...

87 Kojiki Den
Author: Motoori NORINAGA Publication Year: 1997 Publication Number: 87

MOTOORI NORINAGA (1730-1801) believed that the intersection of time, language, meaning, and culture in the Kojiki had the power ro reveal the voice of archaic Japan. Japan's self-image was changed forever when Motoori's great commentary explicated its myth and song, thereby resurrecting an oral t...

85 Playing With Fire
Author: CHO Chong-Rae Publication Year: 1997 Publication Number: 85

In this work, the smoldering hatred of the Korean War period resurfaces decades later in the form of a ruthless quest for justice. The main character, a successful Seoul businessman, has a secret past: unknown to his wife and son, he once led another life under another name as a ruthless communis...

88 SendingShipOutToStars
Author: Chang Soo KO Publication Year: 1997 Publication Number: 88

1997 English Language Edition

PARK JE-CHUN is a major poet in Korea today. His works are marked by a poetic imagination and a sensibility which draw largely on Korean Buddhist and Taoist traditions, as well as Korean classical literature. Though he is widely read in the Oriental classics ...

80 KoreanAdoption
Author: Mark A. PETERSON Publication Year: 1996 Publication Number: 80

The cases in Korean adoption and inheritance reveal steps in the transition called Confucianization that took place mostly in the seventeenth century. The transition from partible inheritance, equally divided between sons and daughters, to primogeniture; the attempt to use soja as heirs; the move...

77 BacktoHeaven
Author: Translated by Brother Anthony of Taize Publication Year: 1995 Publication Number: 77

1995 English Language Edition

These poems by the happiest man in the world are full of light though written in dark times. Ch'on Sang Pyong had the art of seeing the beauty of life beyond all the pain, and of putting it into the music of words. Recently, many young Koreans have discovered...

51 FivePlays
Author: David G. GOODMAN, Editor Publication Year: 1995 Publication Number: 51

Kishida Kunio (1890-1954) has been touted as Japan's finest prewar playwright but few of his works have been translated into English. This volume brings together for the first time representative plays that span the entire course of Kishida's career, including in this expanded edition, a new tr...