Abstracts of the 2001 AAS Annual Meeting
March 22–25, 2001, Chicago, IL

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Session 9. Picking Up the Pieces: The Political Economy of South Korean Economic Reform in the Wake of the Financial Crisis

Clashing Styles, Clashing Approaches: Korea’s Response to Globalization Challenges, 1995–2001, Young-Whan Kihl

Wary Dance Partners: Japan and Korea Confront Changing Trade Patterns, Douglas R. Ostrom

Bursting of the Dam: Costs and Consequences of the Financial Restructuring of South Korea, Jeong Pyo Hong

Renegotiating the Compact: Political Challenges to Korea’s Economic Restructuring, Peter M. Beck

Session 30. The Ideological and Methodological Shift in Literary History and Its Impact in North and South Korea — PANEL CANCELLED

On Distinguishing Literary Heritage from the Revolutionary Convention, Man Ryu

Categories of Literary History for Unification, Semi-Unification, and Co-Existence, Yun-Sik Kim

Celebration of Nation Through the Love for the Land: Chong Chi-yong and Paek-sk, Chong-sp Un

Common Understanding of the Literary Heritage and Literary Unification, Jae-yong Kim

Session 52. Revisiting South Korea’s Land Reform

Ideological Roots of the South Korea Land Reform, Kie-Chung Pang

Land Reform and the Transformation of Korean Landlords, Sung Chan Hong

Land Reform and Agricultural Development in South Korea, Dae-Hyung Woo

Session 73. State, Civil Society, and Intellectuals in Modern Korea

Philip Jaisohn’s Conceptions of Korean Society and the Nation-State, Chin-Oh Chu

Syngman Rhee’s Manipulation of Nationalist Ideology in the Process of State-Building, Dongno Kim

Visions of the Nation: The Theological and Political Thoughts of Shin Heung-Woo, Albert L. Park

Reconstruction and the Emergence of the "Nation": Yi Kwangsu in the Early 1920s, Michael D. Shin

Session 94. Individual Papers: Korea

Prophecy and Peasant Rebellions in the Chosn Dynasty, Sun Joo Kim

The Transformation of Emotion During a Divination, Antonetta L. Bruno

Divine Intimacy: The Personalization of the Pantheon of Korean Shamans, Boudewijn Walraven

Undercutting the Cinematic Reality: The Example of Sangsu Hong’s The Power of Kangwon Province, Jinhee Kim

"Making Activists" in the South Korean Progressive Women’s Movement, Rebecca N. Ruhlen

Session 115. Women, Subjectivity, and the Political-Economy of Gender in Colonial and Post-Colonial Korea

Women’s Movements and Women Workers’ Subjectivity in South Korea, Seung-Kyung Kim

Women’s Identity and Culture Under Social Militarization in South Korea, Insook Kwon

"You Make Me Feel Like a Natural Woman": The Politics of Gender in Colonial Korea, Jun Yoo

Camptown Women and the Gendering of South Korean Nationalism, Ji-Yeon Yuh

Session 137. Koreans under Japanese Rule: Confrontation Without Borders

Futei Senjin: Japan and "Rebellious Koreans" in Hawaii, 1905–1925, Wayne Patterson

Fighting Diaspora: Korean Immigrants and Guerrillas in Early Twentieth-Century Russia, Igor Saveliev

The Contest for Control of Korean Work and Life in Prewar Japan, W. Donald Smith

The "New Korean Woman": Japanese and Korean Images of Liberation, Mark Caprio

Session 157. Realism in Korean Cinema

The "Realistic" Tradition in Contemporary Korean Cinema: Resistance or Reworking? Hyangjin Lee

The Remasculinization of Korean Cinema: Reading Gender in Mandala (1981) and Whale Hunting (Korae Sanyang, 1984), Kyung Hyun Kim

The Real, Anti-Real, and Transcendental in Four Korean Buddhist Films, Hyangsoon Yi

Session 178. Religious Beliefs in Koryo Funerary Practices

Aspects of Geomancy in Relation to Koryo Funerary Practices, Yannick Bruneton

Funerary Practices in the Koryo Period: The Buddhist Legacy? Sem Vermeersch

In Life as in Death? Analysing the Material Remains of Koryo Burials, Charlotte Horlyck

Beliefs in Afterlife as Represented in Buddhist Paintings of the Late Koryo Period, Ide Seinosuke

Session 197. Life in Crisis: North Korean Refugees in China

Living Dangerously in Two Worlds: The Risks and Strategies of North Korean Refugee Children in China, Byung-Ho Chung

Living as Illegal Border-Crossers: The Dilemmas of North Korean Refugees in China, Soo Hyun Jang

The Growth Status of North Korean Refugee Children in China, Sunyoung Pak

Session 211. New Approaches to Sixteenth-Century Chosn History

Military Examinations in the Sixteenth Century: Political Upheaval, Social Changes, and Security Crisis, Eugene Y. Park

Reluctant Pioneers: Forced Relocation to the North in Sixteenth-Century Korea, Milan Hejtmanek

Martyred Sage or Reckless Reformer? The Debate over Cho Kwang-jo’s Canonization in Sixteenth-Century Korea, Doo-Hee Chung