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The article investigates the genealogies of “wise mother and good wife,” arguably the most influential gender ideology in modern Korea. Approaching it as a product of transcultural encounters in turn of the twentieth-century Korea, the article examines the ways in which Korea’s...
This article examines canonical author Kim Yujŏng’s only sustained piece of literary-critical writing with an eye toward rethinking the genre conventions which structure our perceptions of colonial-period Korean literature. In his “Thoughts from a Sickbed,” a wide-ranging essay written in...
This paper examines what gender norms were constructed while the patriarchal order based upon Neo-Confucianism gained strength in the latter part of Chosŏn period, and to what extent these norms were actualized in people’s lives. Through a microscopic analysis of the Tansŏng Hojŏk—the household...
After the death of the Chosŏn Queen Dowager Cho in 1890, a Qing mission arrived in Seoul to present the Guangxu emperor’s letter of condolence. In accordance with established precedent King Kojong greeted the envoys outside the city and publicly prostrated before the imperial missive. Western...
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