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SPECIAL THEME: NEW PERSPECTIVES FROM KOREAN ENVIRONMENTAL HISTORY
The Waterlogged Limits of the Infrastructural State: The Failure of the T’aean Canalization Projects in Pre-Industrial Korea, 1134-1537
One of the chronic problems of pre-industrial Korean history has been the difficulty of material integration between core regions of the Korean peninsula. This article analyzes five major canalization attempts made by Koryŏ and Chosŏn states in thee...
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Transition under Ambiguity: Koryǒ-Mongol Relations around 1260
A Koryǒ mission led by Wang Chǒn visited the Mongol in 1259 and had intense contacts with pro-Qubilai forces. Especially the Confucian scholars in North China, and therefore turned to Qubilai in the political turmoil. With the mediation of the schoolar-ministers...
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Urbanizing the Countryside:The Developmentalist Designs of the New Village and Farmhouse in 1970s Rural Korea
This article delves into the relationships between the renovated farm-house, restructured village layout, and agricultural production in the New Village Movement of the 1970s. The new rural houses under construction in the 1970s were often called “urban...
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