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- Journal of Korean Religions
- University of Hawai'i Press
- Han’gugin ŭi chonggyogwan: Han’guk chŏngsin ŭi maengnak kwa naeyong (review) Volume 1, Number 1 & 2, September 2010, pp. 199-202
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This issue contains 16 articles in total
- Editors’ Preface
- Cultural Blending in Korean Death Rites: New Interpretive Approaches (review)
- Christianity in Korea (review)
- Makers of Modern Korean Buddhism (review)
- Shamans, Nostalgias, and the IMF: South Korean Popular Religion in Motion (review)
- Korean Spirituality (review)
- Sŏyangin ŭi han’guk chonggyo yŏngu (review)
- Han’gugin ŭi chonggyogwan: Han’guk chŏngsin ŭi maengnak kwa naeyong (review)
- An Interview with Professor James H. Grayson
- One Religion, Different Readings: (Mis)interpretations of Korean Buddhism in Colonial Korea, Late 1920s-Early 1930s.
- Images of the Cross in Early Modern Korea: The Geomantic Prophecy of the Chŏnggam-nok and the Protestant Flag of the Red Cross
- On the Problem of Material Religion and Its Prospects for the Study of Korean Religion
- A Slippery, Changing Concept: How Korean New Religions Define Religion
- Thinking about “Korean Buddhism”: A Continental Perspective
- The Concept of “Korean Religion” and Religious Studies in Korea
- What Does It Mean to Study Korean Religion(s)?
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