1. Editorial Note
  2. Clark W. Sorensen
  3. p. 5
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  1. Feeling Power in Early Chosŏn Korea: Popular Grievances, Royal Rage, and the Problem of Human Sentiments
  2. Hwisang Cho
  3. pp. 7-32
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  1. Yi Kwangsu and the Post–World War I Reconstruction Debate
  2. Ellie Choi
  3. pp. 33-75
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  1. Authors as Creators of Art: The Collaborative Shaping of Literary Writers in Ch’angjo
  2. Jae-Yon Lee
  3. pp. 77-111
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  1. Dynamic Korea: Amplifying Sonic Registers in a Nation Branding Campaign
  2. Katherine In-Young Lee
  3. pp. 113-147
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  1. “The Empire Is the Enemy of the East”: Student Activism in 1940s Colonial Korea
  2. Deborah B. Solomon
  3. pp. 149-175
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  1. Exclusion as a Privilege: The Chinese Diaspora in North Korea
  2. Fyodor Tertitskiy
  3. pp. 177-199
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  1. Kasa, Communication, and Public Opinion
  2. Boudewijn Walraven
  3. pp. 201-228
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  1. Bangudae: Petroglyph Panels in Ulsan, Korea, in the Context of World Rock Art ed. by Ho-tae Jeon and Jiyeon Kim (review)
  2. Martin T. Bale
  3. pp. 229-232
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  1. Factory Girl Literature: Sexuality, Violence, and Representation in Industrializing Korea by Ruth Barraclough (review)
  2. Namhee Lee
  3. pp. 232-235
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  1. The Massacres of Mt. Halla: Sixty Years of Truth Seeking in South Korea by Hun Joon Kim (review)
  2. Suzy Kim
  3. pp. 235-239
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  1. North Korea under Kim Chong-il: Power, Politics, and Prospects for Change by Ken E. Gause (review)
  2. John Delury
  3. pp. 239-242
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