Offers a variety of pedagogical and theoretical essays designed to assist professors in introducing undergraduate students to Buddhism in China, Korea, and Japan.
Offers alternative approaches to the study of colonial and postcolonial Korean Buddhism, suggesting new directions for scholarship.
A comprehensive treatment of the shared traditions of Chan, Sŏn, and Zen in dynamic interaction across East Asia, acknowledging the changing and growing parameters of the field of Zen studies.
The first detailed analysis in English of monarchy and governance in Korea during King Chŏngjo’s reign.
A novel of political intrigue and coming of age, centered in a torture operative who is a fugitive and his unsuspecting daughter who must shelter him.
The first scholarly book to address Korean geomancy through an interdisciplinary lens.
Examines Buddhism, Confucianism, and Christianity in Korea, focusing on their mutual accommodation, exclusion, conflict, and assimilation.
A regional and transnational history of anarchism in Korea.
The first major exhibition in the United States of chaekgeori painting, including on view for the first time many screens from private collections and various Korean institutions.
A theologically informed look at the postcolonial self that forms as Korean immigrants confront life in the United States.
A collection of poems by the South Korean poet Lee Jangwook.
The first collection in English of this renowned Korean poet's work.
The first English translations of the writings of Chŏngsan (1900-62), who codified the central doctrines of Won Buddhism.
A new, multifaceted look at Korean women during a period of strong Confucian ideology.
Explores the roles of Korean Buddhist nuns and laywomen from the Koryo period to the present.