Harvard Korean Studies Bibliography Example

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The Harvard Korean Studies Bibliography
80,000 References on Korea

Compiled by Frank Hoffmann
with Matthew J. Christensen and Kirk W. Larsen

on CD-ROM

THE HARVARD KOREAN STUDIES BIBLIOGRAPHY contains references to almost 50,000 articles, over 17,000 books, 4,000 book sections, 7,000 theses, and 4,000 reviews from the late 16th century to 1997: about 83,000 publications in all. The majority of these are English language works, but we have also listed works in over twenty other languages whose script systems are based on the Latin alphabet. One fourth of all references in the database come with abstracts. Furthermore, although it is devoted to academic sources, the bibliography contains numerous references to translations of Korean literature.

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Academy of Korean Studies, comp. Selected Bibliography of Korean Studies. Seoul: Korea Foundation, 1996.

Baik, Chung Sook. Korean Law: An Annotated Bibliography of English-Language Monographs. Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, 1980.

Bibliography On Korean Studies In The Soviet Union, 1818-1976: A Preliminary Report. Seoul: The National Reunification Research Center, Yeungnam University, 1978.

Bretzke, James T. Bibliography on East Asian Religion and Philosophy. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press, 2001.

Chang, Edward Taehan and Susan A. Suh. “Korean Americans: A Selected Bibliography.” Korean and Korean American Studies Bulletin 11:2 (2000): 68-82.

Deuchler, Martina. “The Korean Rare Books: A Sampling.” In Treasures of the Yenching: Seventy-Fifth Anniversary of the Harvard-Yenching Library. Cambridge, MA: Harvard-Yenching Library, Harvard University, 2003.

Deuchler, Martina. “The Korean Rare Books: A Sampling.”  In Choong-Nam Yoon, ed. Habadu Yench’ing Hangukkwan charyo yongu. Seoul: Kyongin munhwasa, 2004.

Edwards, Paul M. A Guide to Films on the Korean War. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1997.

Edwards, Paul M. The Pusan Perimeter, Korea, 1950: An Annotated Bibliography. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1993.

Edwards, Paul M. The Inchon Landing, Korea, 1950: An Annotated Bibliography. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1994.

Edwards, Paul M., comp. The Korean War: An Annotated Bibliography. (Bibliography and Indexes in Military Studies 10). Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1998.

Evon, Gregory. “The Conservation of Knowledge and Technology of the Word in Korea.”  Asian Studies Review 33:1 (March 2009): 1-19.

Fitzner, B., K. Heinrichs, and D. La Bouchardiere. “The Bangudae Petroglyph in Ulsan, Korea: Studies on Weathering Damage and Risk Prognosis.” Environmental Geology 46:3-4 (August 2004): 504-526.

Haboush, JaHyun Kim. “The Texts of the Memoirs of Lady Hyegyong: The Problem of Authenticity.” The Gest Library Journal 5:2 (Winter 1992): 29-48.

Halliday, Jon. "Bibliographies on Korea." Bulletin of Concerned Asian Scholars 11:4 (October-December 1979): 45-50.

Han pando munje e kwanhan munhon mongnok 1945-1982 (A List of Publications on the Korean Question 1945-1982). Seoul: National Unification Board, 1982.

Hoare, James E., with Susan Pares. Korea (World Bibliographical Series, volume 204). Santa Barbara, CA: ABC/Clio Press, 1998.

Hoffmann, Frank with Matthew J. Christensen and Kirk W. Larsen, compilers. The Harvard Korean Studies Bibliography. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2000.

Hyatt, Joan. Korean War, 1950-1953: Selected References. Maxwell AFB, AL: Air University Library, 1992.

Institute for the Translation of Korean Classics. A Compendium for the Comprehensive Publication of Korean Literary Collections in Classical Chinese. Seoul: Institute for the Translation of Korean Classics, 2010.

Institute of Korean Culture, Korea University, ed. Bibliographies of Korean Literature in Foreign Languages. Seoul: Korea Translation Foundation and Institute of Korean Culture, Korea University, 1998.

Kang, Hugh H.W. "History: Ancient Choson, Three Kingdoms, and Koryo." In Han-Kyo Kim, ed. Studies on Korea: A Scholar's Guide. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1980.

Kang, Kwang-un. A List of Articles on Korea in the Western Languages 1860-1964 (Hanguk kwangye oeguk nonmun kisa ch'ongmongnok). Seoul: Tamgu-Dang Publishing Company, 1967.

Kim, C.I. Eugene. "Government and Politics." In Han-Kyo Kim, ed. Studies on Korea: A Scholar's Guide. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1980.

Kim, Chin. "The Legal System." In Han-Kyo Kim, ed. Studies on Korea: A Scholar's Guide. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1980.

Kim, Chin-W., with Seok Choong Song. "Language and Linguistics." In Han-Kyo Kim, ed. Studies on Korea: A Scholar's Guide. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1980.

Kim, German N. and Ross King. “The Koryo Saram: An Annotated Bibliography.” Korean and Korean American Studies Bulletin 12:2-3 (2001): 141-189.

Kim, Han-Kyo. "Bibliographies, Handbooks, Journals, and Other Publications." In Han-Kyo Kim, ed. Studies on Korea: A Scholar's Guide. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1980.

Kim, Han-Kyo, ed. Studies on Korea: A Scholar's Guide. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1980.

Kim, Jongsok. “The Oe-Kyujanggak Archives (The Korean Royal Archives).” Art, Antiquity and Law 7:1 (March 2002): 65-71.

Kim, Myong Whai. "Selective Bibliography on Tokdo." Korea Observer 29:1 (Spring 1998): 205-221.

Kim, Sun Joo. “A Glance at the Choson chiri soji (Concise Geographical Survey of Choson).” In Choong-Nam Yoon, ed. Habadu Yench’ing Hangukkwan charyo yongu. Seoul: Kyongin munhwasa, 2004.

Kim, Tai-Jin, ed. and tr. A Bibliographical Guide to Traditional Korean Sources. Seoul: Asiatic Research Center, Korea University, 1976.

Koh, B.C. "International Relations and National Unification." In Han-Kyo Kim, ed. Studies on Korea: A Scholar's Guide. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1980.

Koh, Hesung Chun, comp. and ed. Korean and Japanese Women: An Analytic Bibliographical Guide. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1982.

Kontsevich, Lev R. The Selected Bibliography of Works on Korea in Russian and Western Languages (since 19th Century till 2007). Moscow: The “First March” Publishers, 2008.

The Korea Foundation. 1995 Resources for Korean Studies: A Selected Bibliography. Seoul: Korea Foundation, 1995.

The Korea Foundation, ed. Recent Research Topics on Korea: An Introductory Bibliography of Publications 1992-1999. Seoul: Korea Foundation, 1999.

Korea Journal Index 1961-1991. Seoul: Korean National Commission for Unesco, 1991.

Kukche yoksa hakhoeui and Hanguk wiwonhoe, eds. Historical Studies in Korea: Recent Trends and Bibliography, 1945-1973. Seoul: Korean National Committee of Historical Sciences, 1975.

Kukche yoksa hakhoeui and Hanguk wiwonhoe, eds. Historical Studies in Korea: Recent Trends and Bibliography, 1974-1978. Seoul: Korean National Committee of Historical Sciences, 1980.

Lattuati-Derieux, Agnes; Celine Egasse; Martine Regert; Yong-Jae Chung; and Bertrand Lavedrine.  “Characterization and Degradation Pathways of Ancient Korean Waxed Papers.” Journal of Cultural Heritage 10:3 (July-September 2009): 422-427.

Lee, Catherine Y., comp. Korean Music: A Checklist of Books in the University of Hawaii Library, June 1982. Honolulu: The [Hamilton] Library, 1982.

Lee, C.H., M.S. Lee, Y.T. Kim, and J. Kim. “Deterioration Assessment and Conservation of a Heavily Degraded Korean Stone Buddha from the Ninth Century.” Studies in Conservation 51:4 (2006): 305-320.

Lee, Gui-Won. “Bookpaper and Bookbinding of Old Korean Books.” Gutenberg-Jahrbuch 79 (2004): 47–55.

Lee, Helen F. MacRae Parker, comp., and M. Doreen E. Fraser, ed. The Helen F. MacRae Collection: A Bibliography of Korean Relations with Canadians and other Western Peoples which includes a Checklist of Documents and Reports, 1898-1975. Occasional Paper No. 12. Halifax, Canada: School of Library Services, Dalhousie University, 1976.

Lee, Lena Kim, with Bang-song Song and Du-Hyun Lee. "Art, Music, and Drama." In Han-Kyo Kim, ed. Studies on Korea: A Scholar's Guide. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1980.

Lee, Peter H. "Literature and Folklore." In Han-Kyo Kim, ed. Studies on Korea: A Scholar's Guide. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1980.

Lee, T. Susanne. "Korean Law: A Selective Bibliographical Guide." Korean Journal of Comparative Law 11 (1983): 163-189.

Lew, Young Ick. "History: The Late Yi (Choson) Dynasty: 1876-1910." In Han-Kyo Kim, ed. Studies on Korea: A Scholar's Guide. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1980.

Lucas, Alain. Linguistique Coréenne Bibliographie 1960-1985. Paris: College de France, Centre d'Etudes Coreennes, 1989.

McCune, Shannon. "Geography and Natural Environment." In Han-Kyo Kim, ed. Studies on Korea: A Scholar's Guide. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1980.

McFarland, Keith D. The Korean War: An Annotated Bibliography. New York: Garland, 1986.

Millett, Allan R. The Korean War: The Essential Bibliography. Dulles, VA: Potomac Books, 2007.

Munn, Jesse. “Side-stitched Books of China, Korea and Japan in Western Collections.”  Journal of the Institute of Conservation 32:1 (March 2009): 103-127.

Nahm, Andrew C. "Studies on United States-Korean Relations in the English Language: A Bibliographical Survey." Korea Journal 22:12 (December 1982): 33-43.

O'Quinlivan, Michael and James S. Santelli. An Annotated Bibliography of the United States Marine Corps in the Korean War, revised edition. Washington, D.C: Historical Division, Headquarters U.S. Marine Corps, 1970.

Pae, Yong-su. "A Bibliography on Korean-American Relations." Korea Journal 22:12 (December 1982): 44-50.

Pankaj, N.M. "Select Bibliography of Korean Studies." Asia Prashant 2:2 (1995): 106-126.

Park, Daejae. “Doubts about the Edition of the Samguk yusa.”  International Journal of Korean History 13 (2009): 17-40.

Park, E.G. “Conservation Conditions of Wood-Block Printing Plates in Korea: Damage and Treatment.” Restaurator 27:3 (2006): 178-185.

Park, On-Za. A Bibliography of Korean Literature in English or Translated into English. Seoul: Hanshin Publishing Co., 1993.

Park, Seong-rae. "History: The History of Science." In Han-Kyo Kim, ed. Studies on Korea: A Scholar's Guide. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1980.

Park, Songgyu, Ch’oe Toksu, Chong Ubong, and Ho Sunch’ol. “Collections of Korean Manuscripts, Block-prints, and Old-print Books in Russia.” Manuscripta Orientalia 6:2 (2000): 39-45.

Park, Taemin K. "Korean Shamanism: A Selected Bibliography." Association for Asian Studies Committee on East Asian Libraries Bulletin 91 (October 1990): 16-33.

Pearson, Richard J. "Archaeology." In Han-Kyo Kim, ed. Studies on Korea: A Scholar's Guide. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1980.

Pratt, Keith and Richard Rutt. Korea: A Historical and Cultural Dictionary. Surrey, England: Curzon Press, 1999.

Robinson, Kenneth R. "Publications of Korean-Japanese Relations in English since 1990." Han-Il kwangyesa yongu 3 (1995): 178-188.

Robinson, Kenneth R. “Two Manuscript Copies of the Haedong chegukki.” In Choong-Nam Yoon, ed. The Cradle of Korean Studies at Harvard University: Commemoration of the 50th Anniversary of the Korean Collection at Harvard-Yenching Library. Seoul: Ulyu munhwasa, 2001.

Robinson, Kenneth R. “An Abridged Undated Printing of the Haedong chegukki.” (Kokusai Kirisutokyo Daigaku Ajia Bunka Kenkyujo) Ajia Bunka Kenkyu 32 (2006): 1-25.

Robinson, Kenneth R. “Manuscript Copies of the Haedong chegukki Based upon Two Texts Printed in 1512.” Ilbon sasang 10 (2006:6): 243-290.

Robinson, Kenneth R. “An Introduction to Extant Volumes from the 1487 Tongguk yŏji sŭngnam and the 1499 Tongguk yŏji sŭngnam, and the 1531 Sinjŭng Tongguk yŏji sŭngnam.”  (Kokusai Kirisutokyō Daigaku Ajia Bunka Kenkyūjo) Ajia bunka kenkyū 36 (2010): 201-251.

"Selected Bibliography of the Korean War." Korea and World Affairs 8:2 (Summer 1984): 442-481.

Shulman, Frank J., ed. Doctorial Dissertations on Japan and on Korea, 1969-1979: An Annotated Bibliography of Studies in Western Languages. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1982.

Song, Minah. “The History and Characteristics of Traditional Korean Books and Bookbinding.” Journal of the Institute of Conservation 32:1 (March 2009): 53-78.

Song, Minako I., and Masato Matsui. Japanese Sources on Korea in Hawaii. Occasional Papers No. 10. Honolulu: Center for Korean Studies, University of Hawaii, 1980.

Suh, Dae-Sook. "North Korea." In Studies on Korea: A Scholar's Guide, ed. Han-Kyo Kim, ed. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1980.

Trotsevich, A. “A Brief Remark on Korean Books Research.” Manuscripta Orientalia 7:2 (2001): XXX-XXX.

Yang, Key Paik. A Glossary of Traditional Korean Institutions of the Late Yi Dynasty. Berkeley, Calif.: Asian Studies, Workshop for the Standardization of English Translation of Korean Technical Terminology, 1972.

Yang, Key Paik. Korean War Bibliography. Washington, D.C.: Yang Ki-baek, 1990.

Yi, Changu. “Gomunjinbo in Ming and Choson.” Chungguk kwa Chunggukhak 1:1 (2003: Spring-Summer): 199-219.

 

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