Critical Studies in Korean Literature and Culture in Translation | Rowman & Littlefield
Critical Studies in Korean Literature and Culture in Translation
This series will introduce English-language readers to critically acclaimed works written by leading Korean scholars in the arts and humanities. Korean studies is increasing in size and importance around the world—this series intends to support that growth by augmenting the body of English-language work on Korea through the translation of new and important scholarship by South Korean scholars. This includes books produced recently by a new generation of Korean scholars as well as older works that have not previously appeared in English. The studies will appeal to both academics and students interested in Korea and will include substantive introductions, as well as critical and explanatory notes and select bibliographies, by the series board.


Editor(s): Hyunjoo Kim and Theodore Yoo
Advisory Board: Kihyung Han, Sooyoung Han, Theodore Hughes, Kelly Jeong, Bodrae Kwon, Junpil Ryu, Youngju Ryu, Hongwon Suh, Serk Bae Suh, and Hoduk Whang
Staff editorial contact: Eric Kuntzman (ekuntzman@rowman.com)
The History of Modern Korean Fiction (1890-1945): The Topography of Literary Systems and Form
YOUNG MIN KIM - TRANSLATED BY RACHEL MIN PARK - INTRODUCTION BY THEODORE JUN YOO - AFTERWORD BY
Lexington Books • November 2020 • Monograph
Reading Colonial Korea through Fiction: The Ventriloquists
BY (ARTIST) KIM CHUL
Lexington Books • August 2020 • Monograph