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Afterlives of the Culture: Engaging with the Trans-East Asian Cultural Tradition in Modern Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and Taiwanese Literatures, 1880s-1940s
This dissertation examines how modern literature in China, Japan, Korea, and Taiwan in the late-nineteenth to the early-twentieth centuries was practiced within contexts of these countries' deeply interrelated literary ...
Materiality and Writing: Circulation of Texts, Reading and Reception, and Production of Literature in Late 18th-century Korea
This study explores the literature of late Choson in its material context, examining how the physical aspects of the production and circulation of texts impacted the practice of writing. By analyzing various travelogues ...
Writing Herself: Resistance, Rebellion, and Revolution in Korean Women's Lyric Poetry, 1925--2012
Despite a recent global surge in the reception and translation of Korean women poets, there has been surprisingly little scholarship on this topic. This dissertation aims to expand the focus of Western scholarship beyond ...
Realm of Shadows and Dreams: Theatrical and Fictional Lyricism in Early Qing Literature
Early twentieth-century Chinese literary critics create a model of literary development that highlights leading genres for each dynasty. For the Ming and the Qing dynasties, these are drama and fiction. This model relegates ...