Borderlands and Frontiers

Courtesy of Jaymin Kim

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Working Group Master Bibliography

Working bibliographies

Alston, Dane. “Emperor and Emissary: The Hongwu Emperor, Kwŏn Kŭn, and the Poetry of Late Fourteenth Century Diplomacy.” Korean Studies 32 (2008): 101–47. Cite
Kelley, Liam C. Beyond the Bronze Pillars : Envoy Poetry and the Sino-Vietnamese Relationship. Honolulu: Association for Asian Studies : University of Hawai’i Press, 2005. Cite
Liu, Lihong. “Ethnography and Empire through an Envoy’s Eye: The Manchu Official Akedun’s (1685-1756) Diplomatic Journeys to Chosǒn Korea.” Journal of Early Modern History 20, no. 1 (January 26, 2016): 111–39. https://doi.org/10.1163/15700658-12342491. Cite
Pore, William. “The Inquiring Literatus; Yi Sugwang’s ‘Brush-Talks’ with Phung Khac Khoan in Beijing in 1598.” Transactions of the Royal Asiatic Society, Korea Branch 83 (2008). Cite
Wang, Sixiang. “The Filial Daughter of Kwaksan: Finger Severing, Confucian Virtues, and Envoy Poetry in Early Chosŏn.” Seoul Journal of Korean Studies 25, no. 2 (December 2012): 175–212. Cite