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 Special Theme 1: Theory of Social Evolution in Korea
1 Ambivalent Social Darwinism in Korea
J. Michael Allen
Int J Korean Hist. 2001;2(1):1-24.
      
 Special Theme 2: Theory of Social Evolution in Korea
25 Embracing and Overcoming of Social Darwinism by Confucian Intellectuals in the Early 20th Century Korea - The Cases of Park Eun-Sik (1859~1925), Jang Ji-Yeon (1864~1921), Lee Sang-Yong (1858~1931), Sin Chae-Ho (1880~1936), and Cho So-Ang (1887~1958)
Gi-seung Kim
Int J Korean Hist. 2001;2(1):25-40.
      
 Special Theme 3: Theory of Social Evolution in Korea
41 Forms of Acceptance of Social Darwinism by the Korean Progressives of the 1880~1890s : on the Materials of Yu Giljun and Yun Ch'iho
Dong-hyun Huh
Int J Korean Hist. 2001;2(1):41-63.
      
 Special Theme 4: Theory of Social Evolution in Korea
65 Social Darwinism in Korea and Its Influence on Early Modern Korean Buddhism
Vladimir Tikhonov
Int J Korean Hist. 2001;2(1):65-97.
      
 Special Theme 5: Theory of Social Evolution in Korea
99 Social Darwinism and China's Relationship with Korea and Japan in the Late 19th and Early 20th Century
Rune Svarverud
Int J Korean Hist. 2001;2(1):99-122.
      
 Special Theme 2 : The Modernity and Resistance in Korea
123 King Kojong's Perception of the West during the Period of Opening of Ports
Deoksoo Choi
Int J Korean Hist. 2001;2(1):123-136.
      
 Special Theme 3 : The Modernity and Resistance in Korea
137 Korean Minjung's Resistance and the Growth of Modern Consciousness from 1876 to 1910 in Korea
Soon-kwon Hong
Int J Korean Hist. 2001;2(1):137-156.
      
 Special Theme 4 : The Modernity and Resistance in Korea
157 The Spread of Peasant Movement and Changes in the Tenant Policy in the 1920's Colonial Korea
Youn-tae Chung
Int J Korean Hist. 2001;2(1):157-192.
      
 Special Theme 5 : The Modernity and Resistance in Korea
193 Two Korea's Perceptions of the "Colonial Modernity" since 1945
Tae-hern Jung
Int J Korean Hist. 2001;2(1):193-219.
      
 Articleses
221 The Historiographical Status of the History of the Three Kingdoms(Samguksagi)
Kang-lae Lee
Int J Korean Hist. 2001;2(1):221-251.
      
253 Challenging the Dynasty: Popular Protest, Chŏnggamnok and the Ideology of the Hong Kyŏngnae Rebellion
Anders Karlsson
Int J Korean Hist. 2001;2(1):253-277.
      
279 Violence in the Representation of the Yŏsun Incident
Chong-myŏng Im
Int J Korean Hist. 2001;2(1):279-308.
      
309 The Internalization of the Cold War in Korea: Entangling the Domestic Politics with the Global Cold War in 1946
Myung-lim Park
Int J Korean Hist. 2001;2(1):309-350.
      
 Book Reviewses
351 Lelang Cultural Interaction Sphere: An "Alternative" Approach to State-Formation in Korea - Hyung Il Pai, Constructing "Korean" Origins: A Critical Review of Archaeology, Historiography, and Racial Myth in Korean State Formation Theories(Massachusetts: Harvard University Asia Center, 2000), 543 pages
Yingzi Xu
Int J Korean Hist. 2001;2(1):351-361.
      
363 Consumption and National Temporality - Laura C. Nelson, Measured Excess: Status, Gender, and Consumer Nationalism in South Korea (New York: Columbia University Press, 2000), Xviii+246 pages.
Robert Oppenheim
Int J Korean Hist. 2001;2(1):363-369.
      
371 History and the Politics of Korean Reunification - Martin Hart-Landsberg, Korea: Division, Reunification & U.S. Foreign Policy (New York: Monthly Review Press, 1998), 266 pages
Albert L. Park
Int J Korean Hist. 2001;2(1):371-378.
      
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