Sitings : critical approaches to Korean geography / edited by Timothy R. Tangherlini and Sallie Yea
- Hawaiʻi studies on Korea
- Introduction-Constructed places, contested spaces: critical geographies and Korea / Timothy R. Tangherlini and Sallie Yea -- Respatializing Chosôn's royal capital: the politics of Japanese urban reforms and city life in early colonial Seoul, 1905-1919 / Todd A. Henry -- Demolishing colony: the demolition of the old government-general building of Chosôn / Jongheon Jin -- Chosôn memories: spectatorship, ideology, and the Korean folk village / Timothy R. Tangherlini -- Blame walt rostow: the sacrifice of South Korea's natural villages / David J. Nemeth -- Auspicious places in a mobile landscape: of shamans, shrines, and dreams / Laurel Kendall -- Kyeryong Mountain as Contested Place / Je-Hun Ryu -- Kyôngju namsan: heterotopia, place-agency, and historiographic leverage / Robert Oppenheim Margin -- The Seoul train station square and homeless shelters: thoughts on geographical history regarding welfare citizenship / Jesook Song -- Cyberspace and a space for gays in South Korea / Michael J. Pettid -- Marginality, transgression, and transnational identity negotiations in Korea's kijichon / Sallie Yea.
- 9780824831387 (hardcover : alk. paper) and 0824831381 (hardcover : alk. paper)
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- Includes bibliographical references (pages 205-227) and index.
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