The March 2020 issue brings together articles that draw upon multiple disciplinary trajectories. Three articles in this issue address religion in relation to multiple concerns, including translation, temporality, and the political. Contributors also offer new work on the Chosŏn dynasty narrative and the dreamscape, colonial-period education policy, North Korean art, and the multilayered relationship between Korea and the United States (one article explores Yun Ch’i-ho in Georgia and another Korean women’s performances in US military clubs in the 1950s and 1960s).

We look forward to the October 2020 thematic issue, “Between the Sacred and the Secular: Protestant Christianity as Lived Experience in Modern Korea,” guest edited by Hyaeweol Choi (University of Iowa).

The editorial office of the Journal of Korean Studies is housed at the Center for Korean Research, Columbia University. JKS is published by Duke University Press. Publication of the Journal of Korean Studies is made possible by a...

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