AKSE 1 (1978) – 1977 AKSE conference list of papers View
AKSE 1 (1978) – Andre Fabre – A Study of the Classical Novel Allakkuk chŏn View
AKSE 1 (1978) – Boudewijn Walraven – Sorcery and Sorcery Accusations in the Yijo Sillok, The Old Religions of Korea View
AKSE 1 (1978) – Daniel Bouchez – Reflections on the Interpretation of the Novel Namjŏng Ki in Later Ages View
AKSE 1 (1978) – Editors Letter (William Skillend) View
AKSE 1 (1978) – Frits Vos – Wang Yang-ming and the Heavenly Way in Korea View
AKSE 1 (1978) – Halina Ogarek Czoj – The War of 1592 in Korean Literature of the late Yi Dynasty, View
AKSE 1 (1978) – Inaugural Meeting of AKSE – list of those present View
AKSE 1 (1978) – Martina Deuchler – Aspects of Illegitimacy in Yi Korea View
AKSE 1 (1978) – Publications and Research – Finland View
AKSE 1 (1978) – Publications and Research – France – Alexandre Guillemoz View
AKSE 1 (1978) – Publications and Research – France – Alexandre Guillemoz View
AKSE 1 (1978) – Publications and Research – France – Andre Fabre View
AKSE 1 (1978) – Publications and Research – France – Centre D_Etudes Coreennes View
AKSE 1 (1978) – Publications and Research – France – Christians Deschamps View
AKSE 1 (1978) – Publications and Research – France – Daniel Bouchez View
AKSE 1 (1978) – Publications and Research – France – Marc Orange View
AKSE 1 (1978) – Publications and Research – France – Ogg Li View
AKSE 1 (1978) – Publications and Research – Frankfurt and Heidelburg Universities View
AKSE 1 (1978) – Publications and Research – Leiden University View
AKSE 1 (1978) – Publications and Research – Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Law View
AKSE 1 (1978) – Publications and Research – Private Research View
AKSE 1 (1978) – Publications and Research – Ruhr Universitat Bochum View
AKSE 1 (1978) – Publications and Research – SOAS University of London View
AKSE 1 (1978) – Publications and Research – University of Cambridge View
AKSE 1 (1978) – Publications and Research – University of Durham View
AKSE 1 (1978) – Samuel Hugh Moffett – The Old Religions of Korea View
AKSE 1 (1978) – William Skillend – The Language of Imjin Nok View
AKSE 10 (1987) – AKSE conference 1986 View
AKSE 10 (1987) – Alexandre Guillemoz, A Young Shaman View
AKSE 10 (1987) – Andre Fabre, Expressing Cause in Korean – So, Nikka, Nunde, Nurago Ttaemune View
AKSE 10 (1987) – Austria, University of Vienna View
AKSE 10 (1987) – Bibliography of Doctoral Dissertations View
AKSE 10 (1987) – Britain, Queens University Belfast View
AKSE 10 (1987) – Britain, University of Cambridge View
AKSE 10 (1987) – Britain, University of Durham View
AKSE 10 (1987) – Britain, University of Edinburgh View
AKSE 10 (1987) – Britain, University of Glasgow View
AKSE 10 (1987) – Britain, University of Leeds View
AKSE 10 (1987) – Britain, University of Manchester View
AKSE 10 (1987) – Britain, University of Newcastle View
AKSE 10 (1987) – Britain, University of Sheffield View
AKSE 10 (1987) – Britain, Yorkshire and Humberside Korea Seminar View
AKSE 10 (1987) – Claus Hagenhoff, New Light on German-Korean Relations, 1883-1936 View
AKSE 10 (1987) – Czechoslovakia View
AKSE 10 (1987) – Czoj Mia Za [Choe Myongjong], Contacts between Poland and Korea View
AKSE 10 (1987) – Daniel Bouchez, Kim Manjung et le Sangui Zhi View
AKSE 10 (1987) – David Hughes, Oral Mnemonics in Korean Music – The Uses of Nonsense View
AKSE 10 (1987) – Denmark View
AKSE 10 (1987) – East Germany (DDR), Humboldt University View
AKSE 10 (1987) – Finland, University of Turku View
AKSE 10 (1987) – France View
AKSE 10 (1987) – Frank Hoffman, The Korean Minority in China and their Cultural Life View
AKSE 10 (1987) – Gregory Henderson, Korea’s Traditional Military – Old Territory, New Hypotheses View
AKSE 10 (1987) – H.B. Lee [Yi Hyonbok], A Phonetic Study of the Korean Speech Rhythm View
AKSE 10 (1987) – Halarina Ogarek Czoj, Autobiographical Elements in Yi Kiyong’s Novel Pom [Spring] View
AKSE 10 (1987) – Han Ki Doo [Han Kidu], Anti-Buddhism at the end of the Koryo Dynasty and Later Attempts at Solving the Points of Criticism View
AKSE 10 (1987) – Ingeborg Gothel, The Sirhak Scholar Chong Yagyong 1762-1836 – His Greatness and Limitations View
AKSE 10 (1987) – Inok Paek-Howard [Paek Inok], Presentation and Sponsorship of Korean Traditional Music in Northern Ireland – The Music in Community Project at Queens University Belfast View
AKSE 10 (1987) – Italy View
AKSE 10 (1987) – Josef Genzor, Zdenka Kloslova, Frank Nellen, M.N. Pak, Werner Sasse, T Zbikowski, unpresented papers View
AKSE 10 (1987) – Kang Sinhang, Changes in Modern Korean Language View
AKSE 10 (1987) – Karoly Fendler, Korean Literature Published in Hungary after 1945 View
AKSE 10 (1987) – Keith Howard, ‘Near Ink One is Stained Black’ – Lineage and Heredity as Factors in the Identity of Ritual Specialists in Chollanamdo View
AKSE 10 (1987) – Kim Chung Sil, Une Etude Sur Roman Historique – Francais, Anglais, Coreen View
AKSE 10 (1987) – Kim Sung-ha, An Outline for Discussion of Exchange of Materials between Institutions and Individuals in Europe and the Harvard-Yenching Library, Harvard University View
AKSE 10 (1987) – L Koncevich, The Elementary Linguistic Notions in the Hunmin Chongum View
AKSE 10 (1987) – L Nikolsky, Plural in Contemporary Korean View
AKSE 10 (1987) – Le Conte de K’ongjwi et Patchwi et sa Place Parmi les Diverses Historires de Cendrillons, Maurice Coyaud View
AKSE 10 (1987) – Lee Sang-oak [Yi Sangok], Vowel Harmony in Hyangga View
AKSE 10 (1987) – Lee Song Mu [Yo Songmu], Slavery in the Early Choson Dynasty – Ownership of New Born Slave Children View
AKSE 10 (1987) – Li Ogg, Les Monarques de Silla et la Famille de Kim Chuwon View
AKSE 10 (1987) – London, SOAS University of London View
AKSE 10 (1987) – M Nikitina, The Myth of the Archer-Sun and Two Masters [of the Water and the Earth View
AKSE 10 (1987) – Mahn Gunn Yu, Phonemic-Prosodic Transcription of Korean in the Roman Alphabet View
AKSE 10 (1987) – Members of the AKSE Council View
AKSE 10 (1987) – Mikolaj Melanowicz, Spiritual Forces and Reality – Han Malsuk and her Novel Hymn of the Spirit View
AKSE 10 (1987) – Minje Zhi, Perception of Korean Plosives View
AKSE 10 (1987) – Netherlands, Leiden University View
AKSE 10 (1987) – New Bibliographies, Korean and Korean-American Studies Bulletin View
AKSE 10 (1987) – New Horizons in Korean Studies View
AKSE 10 (1987) – Poland, University of Warsaw View
AKSE 10 (1987) – Proposed Amendment to Constitution of the Association for Korean Studies in Europe View
AKSE 10 (1987) – Reports on Studies Relating to Korea (General) View
AKSE 10 (1987) – Request for Newsletter Information View
AKSE 10 (1987) – Reta Rentner, Das Thema Krieg und Freiden bei Pak Illo [1561-1642] T’aep’yongsa [Ode an den Freiden, 1598] View
AKSE 10 (1987) – Robert Provine, Preservation, Revival, Authenticity and Development of Traditional Music in Korea View
AKSE 10 (1987) – Rudolf Kranewitter View
AKSE 10 (1987) – Staffan Rosen, Korea in Mongolian Sources View
AKSE 10 (1987) – Sweden, University of Stockholm View
AKSE 10 (1987) – Switzerland, University of Zurich View
AKSE 10 (1987) – Une Carte Astronomique Coreene Montee sur Paravent XVIIIe s- Conjunction D’Influences Scientifiques Asiatiques et Europeenes, Minako Debergh View
AKSE 10 (1987) – USSR View
AKSE 10 (1987) – Vladimir Pucek, New Editions of Korean Traditional Style Popular Novels [Kodae Sosol] in the DPRK View
AKSE 10 (1987) – W.S. Roske-Cho, Love Songs to the Ruler – The Korean Lyric Tradition of Yon’gun View
AKSE 10 (1987) – West Germany (BRD), Duisberg University View
AKSE 10 (1987) – West Germany (BRD), Frankfurt University View
AKSE 10 (1987) – West Germany (BRD), Free University of Berlin View
AKSE 10 (1987) – West Germany (BRD), Heidelberg University View
AKSE 10 (1987) – West Germany (BRD), Kiel University View
AKSE 10 (1987) – West Germany (BRD), Ludwigs Maximillian University View
AKSE 10 (1987) – West Germany (BRD), Melle View
AKSE 10 (1987) – West Germany (BRD), University of Bonn View
AKSE 10 (1987) – West Germany (BRD), University of Tubingen View
AKSE 10 (1987) – William Skillend, Bill Skillend Language Teaching and Korean Studies View
AKSE 10 (1987) – Word Processing and Hangul View
AKSE 10 (1987) – Youngsook Pak [Pak Yongsuk], Western Studies of Korean Art History View
AKSE 11 (1988) – AKSE conference 1987 View
AKSE 11 (1988) – Alexandre Guillemoz, L’Utilisation des Sapeques par une Chamane (Mansin) View
AKSE 11 (1988) – Austria, University of Vienna View
AKSE 11 (1988) – Britain, British Association for Korean Studies View
AKSE 11 (1988) – Britain, Korea Library Group View
AKSE 11 (1988) – Britain, Korea Society of Northern England View
AKSE 11 (1988) – Britain, Leicester View
AKSE 11 (1988) – Britain, London, SOAS University of London View
AKSE 11 (1988) – Britain, University of Cambridge View
AKSE 11 (1988) – Britain, University of Durham View
AKSE 11 (1988) – Britain, University of Leeds View
AKSE 11 (1988) – Britain, University of Newcastle View
AKSE 11 (1988) – Britain, University of Sheffield View
AKSE 11 (1988) – Britain, Yorkshire and Northumbria Korea Seminar View
AKSE 11 (1988) – Chong Yangwan, On the Saga-si (Four Masters Poetry) in the Late Choson Dynasty View
AKSE 11 (1988) – Czechoslovakia, Charles University View
AKSE 11 (1988) – Czoj Mia Za [Choe Myongjong], Development of Korean Buddhism in Poland View
AKSE 11 (1988) – Denmark, University of Copenhagen View
AKSE 11 (1988) – East Germany (DDR), Humboldt University View
AKSE 11 (1988) – Eckart Dege, South Korea’s Industrialization and its Geographical Implications View
AKSE 11 (1988) – Editors Page View
AKSE 11 (1988) – Edward Wagner, An Inquiry into the Chungin Class in the Yi Dynasty View
AKSE 11 (1988) – Finland, University of Helsinki View
AKSE 11 (1988) – France View
AKSE 11 (1988) – Frank Nellen, Tadeusz Zibkowski, unpresented papers View
AKSE 11 (1988) – George Totten, Reflections on Studying Korean History and Political Thought – How to Incorporate Korea into my Course on East Asian Political Thought View
AKSE 11 (1988) – Gina Barnes, Koguryo – Subsistence of an Early Korean Society View
AKSE 11 (1988) – Gregory Henderson, The Question of Korean Aesthetics View
AKSE 11 (1988) – Halarina Ogarek Czoj, Yuhwajon by Sin Chaeho View
AKSE 11 (1988) – Helga Picht, Chakka Suop – Proletarian Writers about Themselves View
AKSE 11 (1988) – Henrik Sorensen, Buddha Son and Patriarch Son – Two Streams of Thought in Korean Buddhism View
AKSE 11 (1988) – Hungary View
AKSE 11 (1988) – Ingeborg Gothel, The Role of the Popular Masses in the Defence of Korea’s Independence in the Second Half of the Nineteenth Century View
AKSE 11 (1988) – Inok Paek-Howard [Paek Inok], Nationalism as a Concept in the Music of Korea View
AKSE 11 (1988) – James Grayson, The Rev Dr John Ross and the Translation of the New Testament into Korean View
AKSE 11 (1988) – Josef Genzor, On the Category of Number in Korean View
AKSE 11 (1988) – Kang Sinbang, A Study of the Change of Sino-Korean Dentals View
AKSE 11 (1988) – Karoly Fendler, The Image of Korea in Hungary before 1945 View
AKSE 11 (1988) – Keith Howard, Rhythmic Modelling in Korean Percussion Bands View
AKSE 11 (1988) – Kim Jung Bae [Kim Chongbae], A Study on the Yong Kang-dong Silla Tomb in Kyongju View
AKSE 11 (1988) – L Koncevich, Onomastics in the Ancient Korean Myth of Tangun View
AKSE 11 (1988) – L Nikolsky, Mobility of Affixes in Modern Korean View
AKSE 11 (1988) – Lee Young Hee [Yi Younghui], A Report on the Tasan Project Supported by the Daewoo Foundation View
AKSE 11 (1988) – Li Ogg [Yi Ok]¸A Multi Faceted Examination of the Tangun Myth View
AKSE 11 (1988) – Libuse Bohachova, Yonagi Soetsu and his Relation to Korea View
AKSE 11 (1988) – M.N. Pak, Russian Policy Toward Korea Before and During the Sino-Japanese War, 1894-95 View
AKSE 11 (1988) – Mariana Nikitina, The Myth of the Female-Sun and her Parents and Buddhism View
AKSE 11 (1988) – Martina Deuchler, A Study of Secondary Sons in Choson Korea View
AKSE 11 (1988) – Members of the AKSE Council View
AKSE 11 (1988) – Netherlands, Leiden University View
AKSE 11 (1988) – Poland, University of Warsaw View
AKSE 11 (1988) – Reports on Studies Relating to Korea (General) View
AKSE 11 (1988) – Request for Newsletter Information View
AKSE 11 (1988) – Ritva Lehonkoski, Topic Continuity in Korean View
AKSE 11 (1988) – Romuald Huszcza, The Problem of Personal Pronouns in East Asian Languages and the Category of Honorifics View
AKSE 11 (1988) – Songmoo Kho [Ko Songmu], Two Korean Students in Central Europe in the 1930s Han Hungsu and To Chongho View
AKSE 11 (1988) – Sweden, University of Stockholm View
AKSE 11 (1988) – Switzerland, University of Zurich View
AKSE 11 (1988) – Transliteration of Korean View
AKSE 11 (1988) – USSR View
AKSE 11 (1988) – Vladimir Pucek, Choe Sohae – A Representative of the New Trend Literature (mid 1920s) View
AKSE 11 (1988) – West Germany (BRD), Kiel University View
AKSE 11 (1988) – West Germany (BRD), Ruhr University Bochum View
AKSE 11 (1988) – West Germany (BRD), University of Cologne View
AKSE 11 (1988) – West Germany (BRD), University of Hamburg View
AKSE 11 (1988) – West Germany (BRD), University of Tubingen View
AKSE 11 (1988) – Youngsook Pak, A Korean Envoy Scroll at SOAS View
AKSE 12 (1988) – A.L Zhovtis, The Metre of Korean Sijo in Russian and Ukrainian Translations View
AKSE 12 (1988) – AKSE conference 1988 View
AKSE 12 (1988) – Alexandre Guillemoz , Kut pour la Morte de M.Y View
AKSE 12 (1988) – Amendments to the Association’s Constitution View
AKSE 12 (1988) – Beth McKillop, Illustrated Korean Books in the British Library’s Collection View
AKSE 12 (1988) – Britain, Britain (General) View
AKSE 12 (1988) – Britain, British Association for Korean Studies View
AKSE 12 (1988) – Britain, Korea Library Group View
AKSE 12 (1988) – Britain, SOAS University of London, London View
AKSE 12 (1988) – Britain, University of Durham View
AKSE 12 (1988) – Britain, University of Hull View
AKSE 12 (1988) – Britain, University of Newcastle View
AKSE 12 (1988) – Britain, University of Sheffield View
AKSE 12 (1988) – Britain, Yorkshire and Northumbria Korea Seminar View
AKSE 12 (1988) – Charles University, Czechoslovakia View
AKSE 12 (1988) – Cho Hae-joang [Cho Haejong], Familism – An Ideological and Organizational Principle Underlying the Korean Transformation View
AKSE 12 (1988) – Denmark, University of Copenhagen View
AKSE 12 (1988) – East Germany (DDR), Humboldt University View
AKSE 12 (1988) – Finland, University of Helsinki View
AKSE 12 (1988) – France View
AKSE 12 (1988) – General Information on Korean Studies View
AKSE 12 (1988) – Halarina Ogarek Czoj, An Chunggon’s Image in Korean Literature View
AKSE 12 (1988) – Henrik Sorensen, An Analysis of the Contents of Korean Buddhist Journals During the Japanese Colonial Period View
AKSE 12 (1988) – Hungary View
AKSE 12 (1988) – Ingeborg Goethel, Summary of a Slide Lecture on ‘Yi Dynasty Architecture in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea’ View
AKSE 12 (1988) – Inok Paek-Howard [Paek Inok], Agents and Media in the Learning of Korean Traditional Music View
AKSE 12 (1988) – Joo Yong-lip, A Study of the Lute Shaped Bronze Daggers in Korea and Northeastern China View
AKSE 12 (1988) – Josef Genzor, The Semantics of the Passive in Korean View
AKSE 12 (1988) – Karoly Fendler Korea’s Annexation by Japan and the Position of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy – The Hungarian Government View
AKSE 12 (1988) – Katherine Dege, Korea’s Economic Development During the Japanese Occupation as seen by Hermann Lautensach View
AKSE 12 (1988) – Keith Howard, The P’iri, a Wind Instrument of Korea View
AKSE 12 (1988) – Kim Yoon-shik, The Relationship Between Korean and Japanese Proletarian Literature – Im Hwa and Nakano Shigeharu View
AKSE 12 (1988) – Kiyul Sung [Song Kiyol], A Comparative Study of ‘The Tiger and the Dried Persimmon’ in Korean and Japanese Folktales View
AKSE 12 (1988) – L Koncevich, On Modern Original Korean Place Names View
AKSE 12 (1988) – L Nikolsky, Types of Korean-Russian Dictionaries and the Identification of Words View
AKSE 12 (1988) – Lee Ki-moon [Yi Kimun], Match’umpop-kwa p’yojuno-ui kaejong-e taehayo View
AKSE 12 (1988) – Libuse Bohachova , Animal Motifs in Korean Art View
AKSE 12 (1988) – Mark Setton, Tasan’s Practical Learning View
AKSE 12 (1988) – Members of the AKSE Council View
AKSE 12 (1988) – Netherlands, Leiden University View
AKSE 12 (1988) – Pak Young-sook [Pak Yongsuk], The Origins of Silla Metalwork View
AKSE 12 (1988) – Request for Newsletter Information View
AKSE 12 (1988) – Reta Rentner, Ubersetzungsliteratur und Ubersetzer – probleme bei der Erschliessung der Mittelalterlichen Koreanischen Literatur View
AKSE 12 (1988) – Songmoo Kho [Ko Songmu], A New View of Hong Homdo View
AKSE 12 (1988) – Survey of the Teaching of Korean Studies in Europe View
AKSE 12 (1988) – Sweden, University of Stockholm View
AKSE 12 (1988) – V.D Atknin, On Non-Finite Verbal Forms in Korean and Manchu-Tongue View
AKSE 12 (1988) – Vladimir Pucek, Reflections of Important Events of Modern Korean History in the Bohemian Press, 1905-1919 View
AKSE 12 (1988) – West Germany (BRD), General View
AKSE 12 (1988) – West Germany (BRD), Kiel University View
AKSE 12 (1988) – West Germany (BRD), Konstanz View
AKSE 12 (1988) – West Germany (BRD), University of Cologne View
AKSE 12 (1988) – West Germany (BRD), University of Heidelberg View
AKSE 12 (1988) – West Germany (BRD), University of Mannheim View
AKSE 12 (1988) – West Germany (BRD), University of Saarland View
AKSE 12 (1988) – West Germany (BRD), University of Tubingen View
AKSE 12 (1988) – Yi Songmu, An Analysis of the Chapkwa Pangmok of the Late Yi Dynasty View
AKSE 12 (1988) – Young Jae Choe [Chu Yongjae], Tense, Aspect and Modality in Korea – A Diachronic Perspective View
AKSE 12 (1988) – Yun Pyongsok, The Posthumous Writings of Yi Sangsol and the Patriot Yi Chun View
AKSE 12 (1988) – Zdenka Kloslova, The Early Works of Yi Hyosok View
AKSE 13 (1989) – A Trotsevich, The Story of Chok Song-ui and the Jataka ‘The Friend of Evil’ View
AKSE 13 (1989) – AKSE conference 1989 View
AKSE 13 (1989) – AKSE conference 1989 conference papers, papers without summaries View
AKSE 13 (1989) – Austria, University of Vienna View
AKSE 13 (1989) – BC Koh, Conflict Between the two Koreas – Toward a Conceptual Understanding View
AKSE 13 (1989) – Britain, British Association for Korean Studies View
AKSE 13 (1989) – Britain, Korea Library Group View
AKSE 13 (1989) – Britain, London, SOAS University of London View
AKSE 13 (1989) – Britain, University of Cambridge View
AKSE 13 (1989) – Britain, University of Durham View
AKSE 13 (1989) – Britain, University of Oxford View
AKSE 13 (1989) – Britain, University of Sheffield View
AKSE 13 (1989) – Britain, Yorkshire and Northumbria Korea Seminar View
AKSE 13 (1989) – Chung Kyo-chul (Jointly with Heinz-Dieter Reese), Koreanische Musik Verstehen – Anmerkugen zu einer Wissenschaftlich Pansori Schallplattenedition View
AKSE 13 (1989) – Constitutional Amendments View
AKSE 13 (1989) – Czechoslovakia, Charles University View
AKSE 13 (1989) – Denmark, University of Copenhagen View
AKSE 13 (1989) – Dieter Eikemeier, After Reading Documents from Korean Unions – A Report on Work in Progress View
AKSE 13 (1989) – East Germany (DDR), Humboldt University View
AKSE 13 (1989) – Finland, University of Helsinki View
AKSE 13 (1989) – France View
AKSE 13 (1989) – Gabor Osvath, Some Experiences in Teaching Hungarian Pronunciation to Korean Students View
AKSE 13 (1989) – Gabriel Johnsson, Trade and Economic Development – Korean Perspectives View
AKSE 13 (1989) – General Information on Korean Studies View
AKSE 13 (1989) – Halarina Ogarek Czoj, Ch’oe Inho and his Novels View
AKSE 13 (1989) – Helga Picht, The Aesthetic Views of the Young Yi Mi-yong View
AKSE 13 (1989) – Hungary, University of Budapest View
AKSE 13 (1989) – Ingeborg Goethel, Modern Korean Painting – How it Began View
AKSE 13 (1989) – Iuliy Bantchev, The Externalised Pattern of Technological Development in South Korea in the 1980s View
AKSE 13 (1989) – Ivana Gruberova, The Representation of Family, Calendar Customs and Festivals in the Sosol Genre View
AKSE 13 (1989) – JaHyun Kim Haboush, Seventeenth Century Korean Views of State and Civilization View
AKSE 13 (1989) – John Whitman, Comparative Consequences of the Reconstruction of Proto-Korean Accent View
AKSE 13 (1989) – Johnathan Best, The Miruk-sa of Paekche View
AKSE 13 (1989) – Karoly Fendler, Sources from the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy on the Modern History of Korea (1885-1912) View
AKSE 13 (1989) – L Koncevich, Some Problems in Studying the Hunmin Chong’um View
AKSE 13 (1989) – L Nikolsky, Classification of Auxiliary Words in the Korean Language View
AKSE 13 (1989) – Members of the AKSE Council View
AKSE 13 (1989) – Netherlands, Leiden University View
AKSE 13 (1989) – Newsletter Information View
AKSE 13 (1989) – Note from the Editor View
AKSE 13 (1989) – Pentti Aalto, The Middle Korean Tones and the Altaic Theory View
AKSE 13 (1989) – Poland, University of Warsaw View
AKSE 13 (1989) – Survey of Korean Studies Library Resources in Europe View
AKSE 13 (1989) – Sweden, University of Stockholm View
AKSE 13 (1989) – Switzerland, University of Zurich View
AKSE 13 (1989) – USSR, Leningrad State University, Moscow State University View
AKSE 13 (1989) – V.D Atknin, Korean as an Object of Comparative Studies View
AKSE 13 (1989) – West Germany (BRD), Ruhr University Bochum View
AKSE 13 (1989) – West Germany (BRD), University of Bonn View
AKSE 13 (1989) – West Germany (BRD), University of Cologne View
AKSE 13 (1989) – West Germany (BRD), University of Tubingen View
AKSE 13 (1989) – Zdenka Kloslova, The Theatre of the New School Sin’pa in the 1920s-1930s View
AKSE 14 (1990) – AKSE conference 1990 View
AKSE 14 (1990) – Austria, University of Vienna View
AKSE 14 (1990) – Britain, British Association for Korean Studies View
AKSE 14 (1990) – Britain, Korea Library Group View
AKSE 14 (1990) – Britain, SOAS University of London View
AKSE 14 (1990) – Britain, University of Cambridge View
AKSE 14 (1990) – Britain, University of Durham View
AKSE 14 (1990) – Britain, University of Hull View
AKSE 14 (1990) – Britain, University of Newcastle View
AKSE 14 (1990) – Britain, University of Oxford View
AKSE 14 (1990) – Britain, University of Sheffield View
AKSE 14 (1990) – Britain, Yorkshire and Northumbria Korea Seminar View
AKSE 14 (1990) – Chong Ok-cha, Seventeenth Century Books of Ritual View
AKSE 14 (1990) – Chung Yang-wan [Chong Yang-wan], On the Poetry of Mae’chon Hwang Hyon View
AKSE 14 (1990) – Czechoslovakia, Charles University View
AKSE 14 (1990) – E.J. Baek, Lexicography in North Korea View
AKSE 14 (1990) – East Germany (DDR), Humboldt University View
AKSE 14 (1990) – Finland, University of Helsinki View
AKSE 14 (1990) – France View
AKSE 14 (1990) – Frank Nellen, Zur Akzentuierungdiskrepanz Zwischen der Koreanischen Sprache und Musik View
AKSE 14 (1990) – General Information on Korean Studies View
AKSE 14 (1990) – German Kim, Sources for the Study of History, Culture and Language of the Koreans of the Soviet Union View
AKSE 14 (1990) – Halarina Ogarek Czoj, A Korean Solar Myth and some Problems of its Transference to Japan View
AKSE 14 (1990) – Hungary, University of Budapest View
AKSE 14 (1990) – Information on Computer Programs View
AKSE 14 (1990) – Italy View
AKSE 14 (1990) – Jolanta Tubielewicz, Japanese Attitudes Towards Korean Immigration Reflected in the Oldest Extant Literary Works View
AKSE 14 (1990) – Kang Sin-hang, On the Syllable Ending of Old Korean View
AKSE 14 (1990) – Kim Phil-young [Kim P’il-yong], Signification de Hae-egenso Sonyon-ege View
AKSE 14 (1990) – Lee Hyun-bok [Yi Hyon-bok], Standard and Non-Standard Rhythmic Patterns in Spoken Korean View
AKSE 14 (1990) – Martina Deuchler, The Role of Class and Gender in the Formation of Early Choson Society View
AKSE 14 (1990) – Members of the AKSE Council View
AKSE 14 (1990) – Mikhail Pak, Kim Pu-sik as an Historian View
AKSE 14 (1990) – Newsletter Information View
AKSE 14 (1990) – Note from the Editor View
AKSE 14 (1990) – Oleg Kim, Antimony Language in the Life of Soviet Koreans View
AKSE 14 (1990) – papers without summaries View
AKSE 14 (1990) – Poland, University of Warsaw View
AKSE 14 (1990) – Reta Rentner, The Function of the Kasa Ch’up’ung Kambyol Kok in the Classical Korean Narrative Ch’aebong Kambyol Kok View
AKSE 14 (1990) – Robert Provine, State Sacrificial Rites (Chesa) and Ritual Music (Aak) in the Early Choson Dynasty View
AKSE 14 (1990) – Sung Kiyul [Song Ki-yol], A Comparative Survey of the Folktale at 301 in Poland and Korea View
AKSE 14 (1990) – Sweden, University of Stockholm View
AKSE 14 (1990) – USSR View
AKSE 14 (1990) – West Germany (BRD), University of Cologne View
AKSE 14 (1990) – West Germany (BRD), University of Tubingen View
AKSE 15 (1991) – Adrian Buzo, The Significance with the Biography of the Koryo Monk Kyunyo View
AKSE 15 (1991) – AKSE conference 1991 View
AKSE 15 (1991) – Austria, University of Vienna View
AKSE 15 (1991) – Britain, British Association for Korean Studies View
AKSE 15 (1991) – Britain, Korea Library Group View
AKSE 15 (1991) – Britain, Korea Museums Group View
AKSE 15 (1991) – Britain, Lutterworth View
AKSE 15 (1991) – Britain, SOAS University of London View
AKSE 15 (1991) – Britain, University of Cambridge View
AKSE 15 (1991) – Britain, University of Durham View
AKSE 15 (1991) – Britain, University of Newcastle View
AKSE 15 (1991) – Britain, University of Oxford View
AKSE 15 (1991) – Britain, University of Sheffield View
AKSE 15 (1991) – Bulgaria View
AKSE 15 (1991) – Czechoslovakia, Charles University View
AKSE 15 (1991) – Finland, University of Helsinki View
AKSE 15 (1991) – France View
AKSE 15 (1991) – General Information on Korean Studies View
AKSE 15 (1991) – Germany, Humboldt University, Free University of Berlin View
AKSE 15 (1991) – Germany, Ruhr University Bochum View
AKSE 15 (1991) – Germany, University of Hamburg View
AKSE 15 (1991) – Germany, University of Regensburg View
AKSE 15 (1991) – Germany, University of Tubingen View
AKSE 15 (1991) – Halarina Ogarek Czoj, Song Yong’s Writings after 1946 View
AKSE 15 (1991) – Hungary, University of Budapest View
AKSE 15 (1991) – Ingeborg Gothel, The Art Collection of Paul Geog von Mollendorf View
AKSE 15 (1991) – Italy View
AKSE 15 (1991) – Iuliy Bantchev, The Imperatives of the Economic Détente Between North and South Korea View
AKSE 15 (1991) – Karoly Fendler, Some Diplomatic-Historical Aspects of Early Hungarian-North Korean Relations from 1948-1950 – Pyongyang’s Position and the German Question View
AKSE 15 (1991) – Mark Suh, Problems and Prospects of Local Autonomy and the Process of Decentralization in the Republic of Korea View
AKSE 15 (1991) – Maurizio Riotto, Some Aspects of Korean Culture During the First Millennium BC View
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AKSE 15 (1991) – Ritva Lehonhoski, A New Perspective to Old Problems – Notes on Transitivity in Korean View
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AKSE 15 (1991) – Yur-bok Lee, China’s New Imperialism in Korea, 1892-1894 – Politics over Economics by Extension of Financial Loans View
AKSE 16 (1992) – AKSE Sponsored Activities in 1992 View
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AKSE 18 (1994) – AKSE President’s report, Robert Provine View
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AKSE 19 (1995) – Alexander Federov, Altaic Features in Korean Myths and Folktales View
AKSE 19 (1995) – Alfredo Romero-Castilla, Koreans in the Henequen Plantations of the Yucatan and Cuba View
AKSE 19 (1995) – Anthony George, The Underlying Logic of the Biography of Kim Yusin View
AKSE 19 (1995) – Belgium, University of Leuven View
AKSE 19 (1995) – Bernard Vincent Olivier, Wet Rice Cultivation in China’s Far North – The Korean Contribution to the Development of Heilongjiang Province View
AKSE 19 (1995) – Britain, British Association for Korean Studies View
AKSE 19 (1995) – Britain, New Malden View
AKSE 19 (1995) – Britain, SOAS University of London View
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AKSE 19 (1995) – Donald Clark, Mining Gold in North Korea – The Rise and Fall of the Oriental Consolidated Mining Corporation View
AKSE 19 (1995) – Electronic Catalogue of the National Central Library (Korea) View
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AKSE 19 (1995) – Gwon-ji Choi, Transition of Honorific Expressions in Korea View
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AKSE 19 (1995) – Jaqueline Pak, An Chang’ho as a Nationalist Leader – A Revisionist Perspective View
AKSE 19 (1995) – Keith Howard, The Coercion and Survival of Korean ‘Comfort Women’ – Memories and Contemporary Issues View
AKSE 19 (1995) – Keith Leuteritz, New Light on the Validity of the Protectorate Treaty of 1905 – Additional German Diplomatic Documents View
AKSE 19 (1995) – Koen de Ceuster, National Symbols in the Landscape of Seoul View
AKSE 19 (1995) – Korea-related Papers at AAS 1995 View
AKSE 19 (1995) – Marion Eggert, Grand Views, Great Visions – Choson Dynasty Travel Records on Chiri-san and Paektu-san View
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AKSE 19 (1995) – Rudiger Frank, The Hamhung Project and the Development of the GDR-DPRK Relations in the 1950s View
AKSE 19 (1995) – Sergey Kurbanov, Belief in Ancestral Spirits and Junior-Senior Relations in Korea View
AKSE 19 (1995) – Slovakia View
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AKSE 19 (1995) – Valerie Gelezeau, Transformation of the Cityscape through Cooperative Redevelopment Projects in Seoul View
AKSE 19 (1995) – Vladimir Tikhonov, Writing the Land – Korean Kasa Landscape Descriptions of the Kwanso Region and the Process of Individuation View
AKSE 19 (1995) – Zdenka Kloslova, Korean in the Bohemian Lands and Czechoslovakia View
AKSE 2 (1978) – Alexandre Guillemoz – Chamanisme Muzoc View
AKSE 2 (1978) – Andre Fabre – Korean Japanese. Occitan, Catalan – Problems of Bilingualism View
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AKSE 2 (1978) – Halarina Ogarek Czoj – Some General Remarks on the Language of Na Do-hyang’s Novels View
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AKSE 2 (1978) – Hungary View
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AKSE 2 (1978) – Kih-seong Kuh – Problems of the Adjective in Korea View
AKSE 2 (1978) – Kim Byung-mo – New Archaeological Evidence on the Introduction of Buddhism into Korea View
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AKSE 20 (1996) – AAS 1996 Conference Report – Henrik Sorensen, Henrik Sorensen View
AKSE 20 (1996) – Ahn Doo-soon, The Economic Strength and Weakness of Seoul and the Policy Direction of City Government View
AKSE 20 (1996) – AKSE President’s report View
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AKSE 24 (2000) – Obituary for Frits Vos View
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AKSE 24 (2000) – Russian Federation, Moscow State University View
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AKSE 25 (2001) – AKSE President’s report View
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AKSE 3 (1979) – Adrian Buzo – The Koryo Kayo View
AKSE 3 (1979) – Alexandre Guillemoz – Place des Samsin dans la Pantheon Familial View
AKSE 3 (1979) – Andre Fabre – History and Linguistics View
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AKSE 3 (1979) – Book Notes – Alexandre Guillemoz – Ethnology.2 View
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AKSE 3 (1979) – Book Notes – Daniel Bouchez – Lost Korean Books in Germany.1 View
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AKSE 3 (1979) – Book Notes – Germans in Korea – Werner Sasse.1 View
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AKSE 3 (1979) – Book Notes – Norbert Adami – Recent Publications in Slavonic Languages View
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AKSE 3 (1979) – Czechoslovakia View
AKSE 3 (1979) – Daniel Bouchez – Maurice Courant et les Etudes Coreennes View
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AKSE 3 (1979) – Dorothea Sich – Traditionelle Vorstellung und Brauche Betreffs Swangerschaft, Geburt und Wochebett in Landlichen Korea.1 View
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AKSE 3 (1979) – East Germany – Berlin View
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AKSE 3 (1979) – France – Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique View
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AKSE 3 (1979) – France – Ecole Pratique des Haute Etudes View
AKSE 3 (1979) – France – Universitee de Paris VII View
AKSE 3 (1979) – Halarina Ogarek Czoj -The First Monograph on Korea in Polish -The Writings of Waclaw Sieroszewskis.1 View
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AKSE 3 (1979) – Hiu Lie – Chap’i-son ‘Birkenrindenboot’ – Ein Tungunisches Wort im MIttel-Koreanischen View
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AKSE 3 (1979) – Italy View
AKSE 3 (1979) – James Grayson – Korean Travellers in Central Asia and India During the Sixth to Eighth Centuries A.D View
AKSE 3 (1979) – Kim Young-song – Le Critere de la Construction dans le Hun-min Jeong-eum.1 View
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AKSE 3 (1979) – USSR View
AKSE 3 (1979) – V Anselmo – Some Remarks on Kom Qum (grains, sand and earth) in Korean View
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AKSE 30 (2006) – AKSE Programme for European Lecturers (EPEL) View
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AKSE 8 (1985) – A Trotsevich, Toward a Study of the Problems of Democratization of Korean Medieval Fiction View
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AKSE 9 (1986) – Kim Jung-bae, Recently Excavated Archaeological Remains in Korea View
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AKSE 9 (1986) – Minako Denergh, ‘La Coree – description du pays et carte dans le Sangoku tayran gesetsu de Hayashi Shihei 1786 et la traduction annoteee se S. J Klaproth 1832 View
AKSE 9 (1986) – Mislaid Subscriber Department View
AKSE 9 (1986) – Netherlands View
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AKSE 9 (1986) – Nikolaj Melanowicz, On Lim Sok-pop – Kim Soki-han – and his Novel, A Volcano Island – Kazasto – A Discussion View
AKSE 9 (1986) – Obituaries Shin Huy Dong View
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AKSE 9 (1986) – Shin Dong-wook, A Study of Korean Narrative Forces View
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AKSE 9 (1986) – XXXIII International Congress for Asian and North African Studies View
AKSE 9 (1986) – Zdenka Kloslova, The Beginnings of Modern Theatre in Korea View
AKSE conference 1983 conference papers View