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Publications of Hwansoo Kim    :recent first  alphabetical  combined  bibtex listing:

Books

  1. Kim, H. Empire of The Dharma: Korean and Japanese Buddhism, 1877–1912.  Harvard University Asia Center, February, 2013: 444 pages.  [abs]
  2. H. Kim. Empire of The Dharma: Korean and Japanese Buddhism, 1877–1912.  Harvard Asia Center, March, March, 2013.

Papers Published

  1. Kim, H. "The Adventures of a Japanese Monk in Colonial Korea Soma Shoei's Zen Training with Korean Masters." Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 36:1 (2009): 125-165. [Gateway.cgi]
  2. Kim, H. ""The Future of Korean Buddhism Lies in My Hands" Takeda Hanshi as a Soto Missionary." Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 37:1 (May, 2010): 99-135. [Gateway.cgi]  [abs]
  3. Kim, H. "A Buddhist Colonization?: A New Perspective on the Attempted Alliance of 1910 Between the Japanese Sotoshu and the Korean Wonjong (Pulgyo jŏk sigminjihwa?: 1910nyŏn ŭi Chodongjong/Wŏnjong yŏnhap)." Religion Compass 4:5 (2010): 287-299.  [abs]
  4. Kim, H. "A Buddhist Christmas: The Buddha’s Birthday Festival in Colonial Korea (1928–1945)." Journal of Korean Religions 2:2 (October, 2011): 47-82.
  5. Kim, H. "A Buddhist Colonization?: The Sotoshu/Wonjong Alliance of 1910 (Pulgyo jok sigminjihwa?: 1910nyon ui Chodongjong/Wonjong yonhap)." Pulgyo hakpo 36 (2012): 9-33.  [abs]
  6. H.I. Kim. "Pulgyo jŏk sigminjihwa?: 1910nyŏn ŭi Chodongjong/Wŏnjong yŏnhap (A Buddhist Colonization?: The Sōtōshū/Wŏnjong Alliance of 1910)." Pulgyo hakpo 36:9-33 (2012).  [abs]
  7. Kim, H. "Seeking the colonizer's favors for a Buddhist vision: The Korean Buddhist nationalist Paek Yongsǒng's (1864-1940) Imje Sǒn movement and his relationship with the Japanese Colonizer Abe Mitsuie (1862-1936)." Sungkyun Journal of East Asian Studies 14:2 (January, October, 2014): 171-193.  [abs]
  8. Kim, H. "Social stigmas of buddhist monastics and the lack of lay buddhist leadership in colonial Korea (1910-1945)." Korea Journal 54:1 (January, 2014): 105-132.  [abs]
  9. Kim, H. "’The Mystery of the Century’: Lay Buddhist Monk Villages (Chaegasungch’on) Near Korea’s Northernmost Border, 1600s–1960s." Seoul Journal of Korean Studies  (February, 2014): 269-305.  [abs]
  10. H.I. Kim. "Social Stigmas of Buddhist Monastics and the Lack of Lay Buddhist Leadership in Colonial Korea (1910–1945)." Korea Journal 26:2 (December, February, 2014): 269-305.  [abs]
  11. H.I. Kim. "'The Mystery of the Century’: Lay Buddhist Monk Villages (Chaegasŭngch’on) Near Korea’s Northernmost Border, 1600s–1960s." Seoul Journal of Korean Studies 26:2 (December, April, 2014): 269-305.  [abs]
  12. Kim, H. "Buddhism during the Chosŏn Dynasty (1392–1910): A Collective Trauma?."  22:1 (2017): 101-142. [doi]  [abs]

Articles in a Collection

  1. Kim, H. "Seeking the colonizer’s favours for a buddhist vision: The korean buddhist nationalist paek yongsŏng’s (1864-1940) imje sŏn movement." Buddhist Modernities: Re-Inventing Tradition in the Globalizing Modern World. January, 2017, 66-88. [doi]

Book Reviews

  1. Kim, H. "Korean Buddhism during the Colonial Period (1810-1945) and Han Yongun’s Reforms [review of the book Trial and Error in Modernist Reforms: Korean Buddhism under Colonial Rule, Pori Park]." H-Buddhism  (November, 2010).
  2. Park, Pori. "'Korean Buddhism during the Colonial Period (1810-1945) and Han Yongun's Reforms." H-Buddhism  (November, 2010).
  3. Kim, H. "Review: Vermeersch, Sem. The Power of the Buddhas: The Politics of Buddhism during the Koryŏ Dynasty (918-1392). Cambridge: Harvard University Asia Center, 2008.." Journal of Korean Religion  (March, 2011).
  4. Vermeersch, Sem. "The Power of the Buddhas: the Politics of Buddhism during the Koryŏ Dynasty (918-1392).." Journal of Korean Religion  (March, 2011).
  5. Kim, H. "Review: Kendall, Laurel. Shamans, Nostalgias, and the IMF: South Korean Popular Religion in Motion. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i University, 2009.." Journal of Religion  vol. 91 no. 4 (October, 2011): 585-587. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]  [abs]
  6. Kim, H. "Review: Ama Michihiro. Immigrants to the Pure Land: The Modernization, Acculturation, and Globalization of Shin Buddhism, 1898-1941. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press, 2011.." Pacific Affairs: an international review of Asia and the Pacific  vol. 85 no. 2 (June, 2012): 381-383. [Gateway.cgi]
  7. Ama Michihiro. ". Immigrants to the Pure Land: The Modernization, Acculturation, and Globalization of Shin Buddhism, 1898-1941." Pacific Affairs  vol. 85/2 (June, 2012).
  8. Kim, H. "Review: Cho Eun-su. Korean Buddhist Nuns and Laywomen: Hidden Histories, Enduring Vitality. Albany: State University of New York Press, 2011.." Journal of Asian Studies  vol. 71 no. 3 (August, 2012): 811-813. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  9. Eun-su Cho. "Korean Buddhist Nuns and Laywomen: Hidden Histories, Enduring Vitality." Journal of Asian Studies  vol. 71/3 (August, 2012).
  10. Haedong, Y. "[Review of the book Shokuminchi Chosen to shukyo: Teikoku shi, kokka shinto, koyu shinko (Colonial Korea and religion: imperial history, state Shinto, and indigenous beliefs), by Isomae Jun'ichi, reviewed by Yun Haedong, translated by Hwansoo Kim]." Journal of Korean Religions  vol. 4 no. 2 (October, 2013): 203-4.
  11. Kim Iryop (trans. by Jin Park). "Reflections of a Zen Buddhist Nun: Essays by Zen Master Kim Iryop." H-Buddhism  (July, 2014).
  12. Nakanishi Naoki. "Colonial Korea and Japanese Buddhism (Chōsen Shokuminichi to Nihon Bukkyō)." Japanese Religions Journal  (May, 2015).

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