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The Harvard Korean Studies Bibliography
80,000 References on Korea

Compiled by Frank Hoffmann
with Matthew J. Christensen and Kirk W. Larsen

on CD-ROM

THE HARVARD KOREAN STUDIES BIBLIOGRAPHY contains references to almost 50,000 articles, over 17,000 books, 4,000 book sections, 7,000 theses, and 4,000 reviews from the late 16th century to 1997: about 83,000 publications in all. The majority of these are English language works, but we have also listed works in over twenty other languages whose script systems are based on the Latin alphabet. One fourth of all references in the database come with abstracts. Furthermore, although it is devoted to academic sources, the bibliography contains numerous references to translations of Korean literature.

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USEFUL LINKS

EndNote (main page)
     EndNote Support & Services page
Bibliographic/Software and Standards Information (OpenOffice.org)
Internet Library for Librarians
Frank Hoffmann's KOREAN STUDIES 'Library & Bookstore Gateway'

 

OTHER  TITLES  FROM  HARVARD  YOU  MAY  BE  INTERESTED  IN

Hyung Il Pai, Constructing "Korean" Origins: A Critical Review of Archaeology, Historiography, and Racial Myth in Korean State Formation Theories

Gi-Wook Shin and Michael Robinson (eds.), Colonial Modernity in Korea

JaHyun Kim Haboush and Martina Deuchler (eds.), Culture and the State in Late Chosôn Korea

Martina Deuchler, The Confucian Transformation of Korea: A Study of Society and Ideology

Soon-Won Park, Colonial Industrialization and Labor in Korea: The Onoda Cement Factory

Denise Potrzeba Lett, In Pursuit of Status: The Making of South Korea's "New" Urban Middle Class

David L. Lindauer, et al., The Strains of Economic Growth: Labor Unrest and Social Dissatisfaction in Korea

Nancy Abelmann and John Lie, Blue Dreams: Korean Americans and the Los Angeles Riots

Carter J. Eckert, et al., Korea Old and New: A History

Ki-baik Lee (tr. Edward W. Wagner), A New History of Korea

James Palais, Politics and Policy in Traditional Korea

William Shaw, Human Rights in Korea

Sang Chul Suh, Growth and Structural Changes in the Korean Economy, 1910-1940

Edward W. Wagner, The Literati Purges: Political Conflict in Early Yi Korea


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