Faculty Book Chapters


Jisoo M. Kim, “Neo-Confucianism, Women, and the Law in Chosŏn Korea,” in Young-chan Ro ed., Dao Companion to Korean Confucian Philosophy (New York: Springer, 2019), 383-95.


Celeste Arrington, “Chapter 4: Linking Abductions Activism to North Korean Human Rights Advocacy in Japan and Abroad”, North Korean Human Rights: Activists and Networks, edited by Andrew Yeo, Danielle Chubb, 85-108 (Cambridge University Press, 2018)


Jisoo Kim, “Chilt’u wa p’ongryŏk: 15segi Chosŏn ŭi honnin, kajok, yugyojŏk kabujangje” 질투와 폭력: 15세기 조선의 혼인, 가족, 유교적 가부장제 [From Jealousy to Violence: Marriage, Family, and Confucian Patriarchy in Fifteenth Century Korea]. Trans. by Janet Y. Lee. In Chiptan kamsŏng ŭi kyebo 집단감성의 계보 [The Genealogy of Collective Emotions], edited by Choe Key-Sook, 335−368. Seoul: LP Press, November 2017.


Jisoo Kim,  “Pŏp kwa kamjŏng: Chosŏn chŏn’gi chaesanpunjaeng ŭl t’onghae pon hyo wa yŏl ŭi kaldŭng 법과 감정: 조선전기 재산분쟁을 통해 본 효와 열의 갈등 [Law and Emotion: Tension between Filiality and Fidelity in a Property Dispute of Early Chosŏn Korea],” tr. by Choe Key-Sook and Chong Yong-Kyoung in Choe Key-Sook eds., Kamsŏng sahoe: kamsŏng ŭn ŏttŏk’ae munhwa tongryŏk yi toeonna 감성사회: 감성은 어떻게 문화동력이 되었나 [The Affective Society: How Affect Came to be the Source of Culture] (Seoul: Kŭl hang’ari Press, 2014), 81−107.


Young-Key Kim-Renaud, “Quest for Identity: Korea’s Language and Culture on the World Stage” in Sung-Ock Sohn, Sungdai Cho & Seok-Hoon Yoon (eds.), Studies in Korean Linguistics and Language Pedagogy: Festschrift for Ho-min Sohn, Seoul: Korea University Press. 286-298.

Young-Key Kim-Renaud, “The Vowel System and Vowel Harmony in 15th-Century Korean: Alay-a (ㆍ) Revisited,” in Bjarke Frellesvig and Peter Sells (eds.), Japanese/Korean Linguistics, Vol. 20, Stanford: CSLI (Center for the Study of Language and Information). 131-150.


Young-Key Kim-Renaud, “Modern Korean,” in Nicolas Tranter (ed.), The Languages of Japan and Korea, London and New York: Routledge. 123-167.


Jisoo Kim, “Crossing the Boundary of Inner Quarters: Elite Women’s Petitioning Activity in Late Chosŏn Korea.” In Korean Studies Forum, vol. 4, edited by Hyuk-Rae Kim, 221– 43. Seoul: Yonsei University Press, 2010.


Jisoo Kim, “Individual Petitions: Petitions by Women in the Chosŏn,” in JaHyun Kim Haboush, ed., Epistolary Korea: Letters in the Communicative Space of the Chosŏn, 1392–1910 (New York: Columbia University Press, 2009), 68–76.

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