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Session 17: Catholicism in Joseon Dynasty Korea: Local and Global Perspectives
Anecdotes written by French Missionaries in 19th-Centry Korea : Between Edifying and Testifying, Eun-Young Kim
Like Beasts and Weeds: Justifying violence against Catholics in late Joseon Dynasty Korea, Franklin Rausch
The Great Ming Code and the persecution of Catholics in Joseon Korea, Pierre-Emmanuel Roux
Womanly Duty and Immortal Agency: The Prison Letters of Yi Suni, Deberniere J Torrey

Session 18: Between History and Fiction: Crimes and Punishments of the Late Chosôn
“Between Pardon and Punishment: Tasan's dealing with involuntary manslaughter in Late Chosôn Korea” , Ho Kim
“Law and Order in a Confucian World”, Janghee Lee
“Singing the late Chosôn poetics of justice in P’ansori”, Chan E. Park

Session 19: Electrifying Korea: Multidisciplinary Studies in the Interaction Between Politics, Culture, and Technology
Continuity or Discontinuity?: The ROK Government’s Policy to Recover the Electrical System, PARK Tae Gyun
Electricity as Culture: The Introduction of Electric Lighting and Electric Tram into Choson, Hong Sungook
Sup’ung Dam and Innovation of Electrical System on the Colonial Periphery, OH Sunsil
Who Rules the Atom?: Controversy Surrounding the Nuclear Power Plant Management System in South Korea during the 1950s and 1960s, KIM Seong-Jun

Session 61: Globalization and the Production and Consumption of Food in South Korea - Sponsored by the Northeast Asia Council and Committe on Korean Studies
Convergence of Cosmopolitanism and Nationalism: Circulation of 'Well-being' food in South Korea, Jesook Song
Food Politics and Consumer Coops in South Korea, Chul-Kyoo Kim
Politics of 'Globalization of the Korean Cuisine' (hansikui sekyewha), Seungsook Moon
Shaken or Stirred?: Recreating Makkolli for the 21st century, Theodore Jun Yoo

Session 62: Cultural Dynamics of Canonization in Colonial Korea
Canonization of Arirang and Tradition in Colonial Korea, Yun-hee Kim
Canonization of Philosophical Texts in Modern Korea: Kant’s Critics of Pure Reason, Hang Kim
Transition and Canonization of sijo in the late Chosŏn and early Modern Korea: from Kagok'wŏlyu to Yŏkdaesijojip, Hyungdae Lee
Variations of Canonicity: Dante’s Comedy and Sin Chai-Ho’s Dream Sky, Sangjin Park

Session 103: Distorted Mirrors? Russian Images of Korea, Korean Images of Russia Between 1890s and 1950s
1950s Soviet Union in North Korean Children's Travel Essays , Dafna Zur
Fleeting Glimpses: Images of Russia and Russians in Korean Travel Writing from the Colonial Period, Ross King
The Images of Harbin Russians in Korean Colonial Literature: the 1930s, Vladimir Tikhonov
Watching a kingdom crumble: Russians in Korea in the 1890s , Susanna Soojung Lim

Session 104: Nationalism, Historical Subjects, and the Writing of Modern Korean History
Ancestors, the Avant-Garde and the Making of "Nation" in Postcolonial Korea, Hong Kal
In the Margins: The Specialist Seoul Chungin in South Korea's History Discourse, Eugene Y Park
Religious Bid for Nationalism? Nationalistic and Transnational Dimensions of Religion in Colonial Korea, Jong Chol An
Yet Another Overly Nationalistic Interpretation: A New Portrayal of Emperor Kojong in South Korean Historiography, Chin-Oh Chu

Session 105: The Private Letters of Late Choson Korea: A Way to Read Personality and Politics
King Chŏngjo’s Letters: From Private Communications to Public Politics, JaeKyo Jin
Korean Intellectuals’ Overseas Personal Network in the Treaty-port Era, Seen through Kim Yun-sik’s Letters , YongTai Kim
Private Life of King Chŏngjo, Seen through His Letters, DaeHoe Ahn
Royal Secrets, Public Memory: An Analysis of Political Revelations in the Chǒngjo-Sim Hwan-ji Correspondence , Milan Hejtmanek

Session 143: Spaces in Time I: Performance, Memory, and People in Modern Korea
City of Crowds: Urban Space, Protest and Spectacle in South Korea 1980–2008, Jini Watson
Fickle yet with fist: Youth netizens in the 2008 “mad cow” protest, Jiyeon Kang
Modern Boy and the City: A Study of the Colonial Postmodern Space in Modern Boy, Gwanghyun Shynne
Re-reading Line 1 (Jihachol Ilhoson) with Kim Min-ki, Hyunjung Lee
Space for Memory and Affect: People’s Participation at Seoul City Square in South Korea, Younghan Cho

Session 144: Constructing “Multicultural Korea”: Identity, Space, and Policies
Migration and the Construction of a “Multicultural” Korea: Identity, Citizenship and Politics , Timothy Lim
Subjective Construction of Urban Space by Migrants: Vietnamese migrants in Korea, Jungmin Seo
The Global Economic Crisis and Immigration Policies in Korea , BYOUNGHA LEE
Two Types of Developmental State: Comparison of Decision Making Process around Immigration Policies between Japan and South Korea, Dong-Hoon Seol
Two Types of Developmental State: Comparison of Decision Making Process around Immigration Policies between Japan and South Korea, Kyung-Taek Yim

Session 145: Foreign Language Study 2

Session 181: Silver and Trade in Premodern East Asia
Chosŏn Trade with Qing China and Inflow of Japanese Silver, Naehyun Kwon
The Negotiations over Silver Circulation between Chosŏn Korea and Japan, 1698-1717, Sung-il Chung
Transportation and Trade in Qing-Chosŏn Border, Seonmin Kim

Session 221: Imagining Modern Korea Through History: Korean Historiographies of Science, Technology, and Medicine Reexamined
“Lessons from the Constructed Past”: Jeon Sang-woon’s Nationalist Historiography of Science in 1960s South Korea, Jongtae Lim
Co-Producing Science and Nationhood: Popular Historical Representations of Science and Technology in Korea, 1960s–1980s , Sang-Hyun Kim
Contagious Disease, Colonial Medicine, and Contested Boundaries: The Korean Nation and its Social Body in the Historiography of Epidemic Control , Young-Gyung Paik
Inventing “Scientific” Tradition in “Korean History”: The Historiography of early Chosŏn from Hong Yi-sup to the Present, Daham Chong

Session 222: The Subject and the City: Tokyo Through the Eyes of Three Colonial Korean Writers
Leveling the Metropole: Awakening and Disillusionment in Yi Sang’s "Tokyo", John M Frankl
The Sociology of Honbura, Kyoung-Hoon Lee
Tokyo as an Imperfect Muse: The Desire for the Modern and Nostalgia in Chong Chiyong’s Early Works, Mickey J E Hong

Session 265: The Poetics of Fractured Space: Korean Literature and Cinema
Fractured Space and the Poetics of the 1990s, Ji-Eun Lee
Imagined Spaces: The Newspaper Serialization of Translated Novels, Heekyoung Cho
The City and the Country in Recent Korean Cinema, Kelly Y. Jeong
Urban Malaise: Neurasthenia in the Colonial City, Christopher Hanscom

Session 266: Nineteenth-Century Korea Revisited
Changes of the Seoul Market in the First Half of the Nineteenth Century: Merchants’ Guilds and Monopoly Trade, Donghwan Ko
Conceptualizing Freedom and Liberty in Late Chosŏn Korea, Joy S. Kim
Jealous Husband, Heartless Wet Nurse, Drunken Monk, and Distressed Father: Mid-Nineteenth-Century Korea through Inquest Records , Sun Joo Kim
To an Exile’s Eye: Chong Tasan’s (1762-1836) View of Confucian Scholars , Yoonjeong Shim

Session 309: Rethinking Korean Socialist Culture in the Twenty-First Century
"The Revolution of Sensibility": Emotion in Korean Proletarian Literature, Youkyung Son
Everyday Life in Extraordinary Times: North Korea in the 1940s , Suzy Kim
Reading Colonial Leftist Literature after the Cold War, Sunyoung Park
The Development of Mass Intellectuality: Reading Circles and Socialist Culture in 1920s Korea, Jung-hwan Cheon

Session 310: Between History and Literature: Establishing, Molding, and Subverting Hegemonic Narratives in South(ern) Korea 1945-1980
Constructing the Present and Yi T’ae-jun’s “Before and After Liberation” , Jonathan Glade
Stammering from the Dark Recesses of Memory: Traumatic Recall and Broken Narratives of the Past in Pak Wanso’s Early Works, Seunghei Clara Hong
Two-Way Street: Traversing History and Literature in Hong I-sop and Kim Yunsik, 1960-70, Hyun-Ju Kim

Session 311: Migration and Citizenship in South Korea

Session 352: North Korea Re-examined: Literature, Film and the Everyday
Continuity in Early North Korean Cinema, Steven Chung
The Discourse of “Worker-Mother” in North Korean Women’s Literature: Its Official Promotion and Unofficial Rupture after “the Time of Arduous March” , Sang-kyung Lee
The North Korean State and the Autonomy of Writers: The Case of Hong Sŏk-jung, Jae-Yong Kim
Vinalon City: An Industrial Myth for the Everyday Life , Cheehyung Kim

Session 353: Diversity in South Korea’s Democratization Movement
Chang the Present by Changing History: The Movement of Ch’inilp’a Ch’ongsan as a New Form of Democratic Movement , Yeun Jee Song
Politicization of Social Groups in South Korea’s Democracy Movement , Paul Y. Chang

Session 398: Rethinking Anti-Communism in South Korea: Governing the Real and the Imagined
Anti-Communism and Sexuality in Cold War Korea , Deug-Joong Kim
Becoming a Saint in Anti-Communist Nation: The Martyrdom of Pastor Son, Jane Kim
Reception of Orwell and Visualizing Communism in Korea, Yong-Gyung Chang
The View from Washington: Political Deportation and the Korean Diaspora in the U.S., Jane Hong

Session 399: Communication and Social Well-Being in Korean Society
Communication network approaches to organizational citizenship behavior and job satisfaction in South Korea, Hye Eun Lee
Mobile Phone Use and Social Capital in Korea, Scott Campbell
Reliance on Technology Mediated Communication and Perceived Psychological Well-being Among Koreans, Hye-ryeon Lee
The Impact of Computer-Mediated Social Support (CMSS) on Doctor-Patient Communication: The Case of Online Diabetes Communities in South Korea , Hye-Jin Paek

Session 426: Everyday life in North Korea: Bodies, Markets, Symbols, and Time.
Bottom-up Marketization in Communism : North Korea and the Soviet Union, Hyung-Min Joo
Cultural Reproduction in North Korea: Daily Rituals, Symbolic Performances, and Rites of Passage., Byung-Ho Chung
How North Koreans Spend Their Time: Everyday Life of Women and Men in Their 30th and 40th. , Soo-Jung Lee
North Korean Body Size and Living Standards: A Meta-Analysis, Sunyoung Pak

Session 446: Law, Ideology, and Practice in Korea: Rereading Korean Legal History in Comparative Perspective
“Rather than Put an Innocent Person to Death...” : Conflict of Laws in Capital Punishment Cases During the Late Fifteenth-Century Chosŏn Period, Ki-Won Hong
Comparative Reflections on the Myth of Custom and Korean Legal History, Marie Seong-Hak Kim
Law and Literature in Korean Legal Culture: Chŏng Yagyong’s Hŭmhŭm sinsŏ and the Emergence of Korean Jurisprudence, Sohyeon Park
The Practice of the Most Extreme Death Penalty Nŭngji Ch’ŏch’am in the Chosŏn Dynasty, Jae-woo Sim

Session 484: Roundtable: Debating the Physics and Politics of the Cheonan Incident

Session 485: In the Shadow of Modernity: 19th-Century Korean Buddhism
Buddhist accommodation and appropriation and the limits of Confucianization, Boudewijn BCA Walraven
Elite Lay Buddhist Practice in Late 19th Century Choseon Buddhist Society, Eun-su E. Cho
Kim Okkyun's Buddhist Thought and the Formation of His Reform Ideas, Jongmyung J. Kim
The Buddhist reconquest of Korea?, Younghee Y. Lee

Session 529: Locating Gender: Neoliberalism, (Inter)Nationalism and Familism in Popular South Korean Discourses
An Order of National Pride with a Side of Cosmopolitanism: Korean “Gourmet” TV Dramas, Bonnie Tilland
Commodities or Consumers?: (Dis)Figuring Korean Women in Kim Ki duk’s Address Unknown and Time, Sharon Heijin Lee
Dead Matter: Neoliberalism, Necropoli(tic)s, & Park Chan-wook’s Thirst, Anthony Kim
Masculinization and Familialization of Economic Crisis in South Korea, Hye Gyong Park

Session 530: Colonial Modernity Revisited: New Approaches to Religion, Society, and the State in Occupied Korea, 1910-45
Between Mission and Empire: Yun Ch’iho and the Young Men’s Christian Association in Colonial Seoul, 1916-20, Michael Shapiro
Festival of the Buddha’s Birthday in Colonial Korea, Hwansoo Kim
The Culture of State Shintō in Late Colonial Korea, 1937-45, Todd A Henry
Transgendering Shamans: A 1927 Historical Revisionist Project by Ch’oe Nam-sŏn and Yi Nŭng-hwa, Merose Hwang

Session 563: Violence and “Truth”-Telling in the Korean War
Managing Violence: U.S. Cultural Policy during the Korean War and its Aftermath, Wol-san Liem
Orientalizing Violence in POW Camps during the Korean War, Grace Chae
Politics of Persistence in the Korean War Bombings, Su-kyoung Hwang
Remembering the Sinch’on Massacres (1950): Truth as Dialogue and Act in Hwang Sog-yong’s The Guest (2001), Seung-hee Jeon

Session 599: Shadows from the Past: History, Contemporary Politics, and Korea-Japan Relations
Discovery of Disputes: Collective Memories on textbooks and Japan-South Korean Relations , Kan Kimura
Japan's Repatriation of Korean Residents and the U.S. Involvement: Japanese Two-Level Game and Its Contemporary Implication, Sung Chull Kim
Territorial or Historical Dispute?: The Dokdo/Takeshima Dispute, Symbolic Politics, and the Japan-South Korea Security Relationship in 2005-6, Ji Young Kim
Yasukuni Shrine: Its Meanings and Implications for Japan-ROK Relations, Kei Koga

Session 600: Picturing National Narratives of North Korea
Historical Representations in North Korean Paintings during the 1980s and 1990s, Min-Kyung Yoon
Mosaic Murals of Pyongyang in the Time of Kim Il Sung, Marsha S Haufler
On the Challenges of Exhibiting North Korean Art, Koen de Ceuster
Staying on Top-The Construction of the Kim Family Myth, Uta Lauer

Session 650: Risk and Consequences in Japan and Korea
?, Matthew Linley
Constitutional Protections for Economic Security, Lawrence Repeta
No Risk No Gain in Japanese-Russian Relations, Tina Burrett
Risk and Consequences in Japan: Unstable Jobs and Families, Jeff Kingston
Social Identities of Minority Others in Japan, Tin Tin Htun

Session 651: Searching for National Identity in the Age of Globalization: the Korean Peninsula
Internationalization of Korean banking sector in the late 1990s: losing national identity or reinforcement of financial potential, Andrey Polekhin
Language Purification Policy in the Republic of Korea (sunhwa, sunsujueui), Ekaterina A. Pokholkova
Stability of the North Korean Political Regime: in search of a distinct place in contemporary world politics, Anna I. Efimova
The roots and modern forms of rural festivals and ancestor cults in the ROK, Denis A. Samsonov

Session 688: Translating Romantic Love between Cultures, Traditions, and Languages in Korea
“Butterfly Lovers” in Korea: From a Love Story to a Ritual Song, Sookja Cho
Cultural Mediation of Desire: An Epitome of Check and Balance in 18th Century Writing , Yeogeun Yonsue Kim
Sangsa: Forbidden Desire and Narcissistic Love, Janet Yoon-sun Lee
Translating Love in the Age of Tragedy: A Korean Translation of Ozaki Kōyō’s Konjiki yasha (The Gold Demon) , Jooyeon Rhee

Session 689: Sage-King Chongjo: Political Power in 18th-Century Korea
Living in the Past: A Korean Memory of Ming China in the 1700s-1800s, Sung-bom Kye
Making Sense of the Imperial Pivot: Metaphor Theory and the Writings of King Chongjo, Christopher Lovins
The Impact of King Chongjo on Chong Yagyong's Thought, Kirill Ermakov

Session 733: Korea in the "Third Space": Cross-Cultural Confrontations, Appropriations, and Reinterpretations in Korea, China, and Japan
Circulation and Transformations of Tang Poetry's Anthology in Joseon's literary world of the early 17th century, Kyung Hee Rho
Identity and Politics: Changing Meaning of Orchid in the Paintings of Zheng Sixiao (1241-1318), Zheng Xie (1693-1765), and Prince Yi Haŭng (1820-1898)., Jiyeon Kim
Korean Women as Imperial Consorts in China , Jong Mook Lee
The Battle over Korean Art History, Sung Lim Kim

Session 734: Gift, Tax, and Tribute: Things and Networks in Late Choson Korea
Gift Economy and Organization in Late Choson Korea, Young-Jun Cho
Ginseng Tributes and Trading in Late Choson Korea, Yamato Tsuji
The Legacy of Tax-in-Kind in the Korean Textile Industry, Sang Yun Ryu
The Political Economy of the King's Gift Relations in the Choson Dynasty, Hyok Kim