By Kyung Moon Hwang
A historical past of Korea
by Kyung Moon Hwang
Length: 328 pages
A concise, full of life background of Korea,which explores the richness of Korean civilization from the traditional period via to the jarring transformation that ended in specified trajectories during the smooth international. Chapters move either chronologically and thematically, protecting subject matters corresponding to identification, gender and family.
'Hwang increases questions at each flip and demanding situations the reader to have interaction with concerns that lively prior generations, matters that main issue us this day, and matters that impinge on our collective destiny in a global the place Korea and Koreans matter.' - James B. Lewis, Lecturer in Korean historical past, collage of Oxford
About the Author
KYUNG MOON HWANG is affiliate Professor within the division of background on the collage of Southern California, united states. he's the writer of past start: Social prestige within the Emergence of recent Korea (Harvard college Press, 2004).
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Excellent textbook of Korean heritage with a unprecedented periodical stability: I used this e-book for my introductory path on Korean tradition, which coated from the Tan'gun fable via hallyu (the Korean Wave). It did a very good activity as a historical past examining, and my scholars truly loved examining it, too. The ebook has 3 major strengths. so far as i will be able to inform, it bargains a such a lot up to date account of significant debates within the box. additionally, reflective of the services of its writer, a Harvard-educated, complete historian of early glossy Korea, the e-book has its chapters lightly divided among premodern and smooth classes. this can be a infrequent advantage that has been missing in past one-volume Korean heritage textbooks. in truth, this finished assurance used to be the most cause I followed it as my textbook within the first position, after having used different significant titles. eventually, I trust my scholars that the writer is a wonderful storyteller. He manages to supply an in-depth account of every interval via a concise and well-chosen episode. As an teacher, i'm particularly comfortable that this e-book got here out.
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