North Korea and Reunification
Robert Shaffer, “The Christian Century: Protestants Protesting Harry Truman’s Cold War,” Peace & Change (Jan. 2017): 93–127.
Jai Kwan Jung and Chad Rector, “Pathways of National Reunification in Germany, Yemen and Korea,” Pacific Focus (Aug. 2014): 211–236.
Mikyoung Kim, “North Korean Refugees’ Nostalgia: The Border People’s Narratives,” Asian Politics & Policy (Oct. 2013): 523–542.
Jin Woong Kang, “North Korea’s Militant Nationalism and People’s Everyday Lives: Past and Present,” Journal Of Historical Sociology (March 2012): 1–30.
The Korean War
The Asia-Pacific Journal: a series commemorating the sixtieth anniversary of the Korean War.
• Tessa-Morris Suzuki,Remembering the Unfinished Conflict: Museums and the Contested Memory of the Korean War
• Mark Caprio, Neglected Questions on the “Forgotten War”: South Korea and the United States on the Eve of the Korean War.
• Steven Lee, The United States, the United Nations, and the Second Occupation of Korea, 1950-1951.
• Heonik Kwon, Korean War Traumas.
• Han Kyung-koo, Legacies of War: The Korean War – 60 Years On.
Additional articles on the US-Korean War include:
• Mel Gurtov, From Korea to Vietnam: The Origins and Mindset of Postwar U.S. Interventionism.
• Kim Dong-choon, The Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Korea: Uncovering the Hidden Korean War
• Sheila Miyoshi Jager, Cycles of History: China, North Korea, and the End of the Korean War.
• Tim Beal, Korean Brinkmanship, American Provocation, and the Road to War: The Manufacturing of a Crisis.
• Wada Haruki, From the Firing at Yeonpyeong Island to a Comprehensive Solution to the Problems of Division and War in Korea.
• Nan Kim with an introduction by John McGlynn, Factsheet: West Sea Crisis in Korea.
Avison, O. R. “Korea in Nineteen Twenty,” Woman’s Work (March 1920): 57-59.
Baker, Kevin. A History of the Orthodox Church in China, Korea And Japan. Edwin Mellen Press, 2006.
Belke, Thomas J. Juche: A Christian Study of North Korea’s State Religion. Living Sacrifice Book Co., 1999.
Brown, Arthur J. The Mastery of the Far East; The Story of Korea’s Transformation and Japan’s Rise to Supremacy in the Orient. New York: C. Scribner’s Sons, 1919.
Choi, Chai-Keun. The Korean Church under Japanese Colonialism, Seoul: Chinpmundang. 2007.
Chung, Henry. Korea Treaties. H. S. Nichols, 1918.
Cynn, Hugh Heung-woo 신흥우. The Re-birth of Korea. New York: Abingdon Press, 1920.
Davies, Daniel M. “The Impact of Christianity upon Korea, 1884-1910: Six Key American and Korean Figures.” Journal of Church and State 36:4 (Autumn 1994): 795-821.
De Ceuster, Koen. “The YMCA’s Rural Development Program in Colonial Korea, 1925-35:
Doctrine and Objectives.” Review of Korean Studies 3:1 (July 2000): 5-33
Gale. James S. A letter to F. F. Ellinwood. February 18, 1896. PHS Microflim reel #179, Vol. 8, letter#12.
Grisword, H. D. “The Korean Crisis,” Woman’s Work (Feb. 1920): 25-27.
Jang, Seok-man. “Historical Currents and Characteristics of Korean Protestantism after Liberation,” Korea Journal 44:4 (Winter 2004): 133-156
Jones, G. Heber. “Some Aspects of Reform in Korea,”Journal of Race Development. 1:1 (July 1910): 18-35.
Ho, Sung-gil. The Church Preserved Through Fires: A History of the Presbyterian Church in Korea, Inheritance Publications, 2006.
Hulbert, Homer B. “The Enfranchisement of Korea,” North American Review. 166: 499 (Jun. 1898): 708-715.
——–. Passing of Korea. New York: Doubleday, Page & Co., 1906.
Kang, David C. “Why was there no Religious War in Premodern East Asia?” European Journal of International Relations (March 2014): 965-986.
Kang, In-Cheol 강인철. “Protestant Church and Wolnamin: An Explanation of Protestant Conservatism in South Korea,” Korea Journal 44:4 (Winter 2004): 157-190.
Kang, Wijo 강위조. Chrit and Caesar in Modern Korea: A history of Christianity and Politics. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1997.
Kendall, Carton Waldo, The Truth About Korea. San Francisco:The Korean National Association, 1919.
Kennan, George. “Korea: A Degenerate State,” Outlook (October 7, 1905): 307-315.
♣ A List of G. Kennan’s periodical articles in 1904-1909
Kim, Andrew Eungi 김은기. “Political Insecurity, Social Chaos, Religious Void and the Rise of Protestantism in Late Nineteenth-Century Korea.” Social History 26:3 (October 2001): 267-281.
Kim, Han-Sik 김한식. “The Influence of Christianity on Modern Korean Political Thought.” Korea Journal 23 (December 1983): 4–17.
Kim, Yong-Bock 김용복. “A Study of the Relationship of Christian and Tonghak Religious Communities to the March First Independence Movement,” Ph. D., Princeton Theological Seminary, 1979.
Korean Congress. First Korean Congress, held in the Little Theatre, 17th and Delancey Streets, April 14, 15, 16. Philadelphia: 1919.
Ladd, George T. In Korea with Marquis Ito. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1910.
——–. “Economic and Social Change in Korea,” Journal of Race Development 1 (July 1910): 248-253.
Lee, Jin Gu 이진구. “On the Discourse of Religious Freedom in Modern Korea: Freedom of Conscience vs. Freedom of the Church.” Korea Journal 41:1 (Spring 2001): 69-92.
Lee, Kwang-rin 이광린. “Christian Belief in a Prison during the Latter Yi Dynasty in Korea.” Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities 63 (June 1986): 1-20.
Lee, Timothy S. 이상훈. “A Political Factor in the Rise of Protestantism in Korea: Protestantism and the 1919 March First Movement.” Church History 69:1 (March 2000): 116-142.
McKenzie, Frederick Arthur. The Unveiled East. London: Hutchinson & Co., 1907.
——–. The Tragedy of Korea, London: H. & Soughton, 1908.
——–. Korea’s Fight for Freedom. New York: F. H. Revell.
McCully, Elizabeth. A Corn of Wheat or, The life of Rev. W. J. McKenzie of Korea. Toronto: Westminster Co., 1904.
Martin, Newell. Japan’s Attempt to Exterminate Korean Christians. Milford, CT., 1919.
Moffett, Samuel Hugh. A History of Christianity in Asia, Vol. II: 1500-1900. Orbis Books, 2005.
Moon, Baeklan. “캐나다 선교사들의 북간도 한인사회 인식,” 김도형 편. 식민지 시기 재만 조선인의 삶과 기억. 서울, 선인. 2009.
Nagata, Akifumi. “American Missionaries in Korea and US-Japan Relations, 1910-1920.” Japanese Journal of American Studies. 16 (2005): 159-179.
Nakarai, Kiyoshi. Relations between the government and Christianity in Chosen. Seoul, 1921.
New People’s Society. The Korean Conspiracy Trial; full report of the proceedings. Kobe: Office of the “Japan Chronicle,” 1912.
Park, Chung-shin 박정신. Protestantism and Politics in Korea. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2003.
Pieters, Albertus. “The Conspirace Case,” Independent (Feb. 1913): 463-467.
Rhee, Syngman 이승만. 독립정신 The Spirit of Independence: A Primer for Democratic Reforms in Korea, 1904. trans. by Han-Kyo Kim. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 2000.
Ryu, Daeyoung 류대영. “Understanding Early American Missionaries in Korea (1884-1910): Capitalist Middle-Class Values and the Weber Thesis.” Archives de Sciences Sociales des Religions 113 (2001): 93-118.
———. “Treaties, Extraterritorial Rights, American Protestant Missions in Late Joseon Period,” Korea Journal (Spring 2003): 174-203.
——–. “Fresh wineskins for new wine: a new perspective on North Korean Christianity,” Journal of Church and State (June 2006):
Sô, Chaep’il 서재필. “Editorial,” Independent. June 6, 1896.
Song, Kue-jin. “The Introduction of the Concept of ‘Nation’ into the Korean Society and the Adaptation of Its Usage,” International Journal of Korean History 13 (Feb. 2009):
Speer, Robert E. “The Abandonment of the Missions in China,” Homiletic Review (March 1901): 210-215.
Stentzel, Jim. More Than Witnesses: How a Small Group of Missionaries Aided Korea’s Democratic Revolution. Seoul: Korea Democracy Foundation, 2006.
Tikhonov, Vladimir. Social Darwinism and Nationalism in Korea: the Beginnings (1880s-1910s). ‘Survival’ as an Ideology of Korean Modernity. Leiden: Brill, 2010.
Welch, Ian. “Missionaries, Murder and Diplomacy in Late 19th Century China: A Case Study,” paper presented to the Second ANU Missionary History Conference, Australian National University Canberra, Australia 27-29 August 2006.
Wells, Kenneth M. “The Rationale of Korean Economic Nationalism under Japanese Colonial Rule, 1922-1932: The Case of Cho Man-sik’s Products Promotion Society.” Modern Asian Studies 19:4 (Oct. 1985): 823-859.