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Members of the R.A.S (As of December31, 2008)
LIFE MEMBERS (DOMESTIC)

Adams, Drs. Dan & Carol O, Mr. Jung-Keun /Lee, Mrs.

Adams, Mr. & Mrs. Edward B. Jang-Sun

Bae, Dr. Kyoung-Yul Paik, Mr. Ki-Boum

Bartholomew, Mr. Peter Park, Mr. Young-Koo /Chang, Mrs.

Cheong, Dr. & Mrs. Otfried Eun-Hwa

Choi, Prof. Uhn-Kyung Schaack, Mr. Klaus

Choung, Ms. Jinja Suh, Dr. Ji-Moon

Jang, Mr. & Mrs. Song-Hyon Sweeney, Mr. Joe

Kim, Dr. Dal-Choong Underwood, Mr. Peter A.

Kim, Dr. Young-Duk Wohler, Mr. Jurgen

Kim, Mr. Younghoon Yang, Drs. Sung Chul & Lee, Jung Jin

Kim, Mr. Young Tae

Kwon, Ms. Helen Yi, Dr. Songmi / Han, Dn Sung-

Joo

Lee, Mrs. Elizabeth



Lee, Ms & Mr. Jung-Ja Yu, Ms. Young-nan

Lee, Dr. & Mrs. Lee Kyung Won

LIFE MEMBERS (OVERSEAS)

Barinka, Mr. Jaroslav Hoyt, Dr. & Mrs. James

Bertuccioli, H. E. Giuliano Irwin, Rev. & Mrs. M. Macdonaia

Bridges, Mr. Ronald Claude Kidder, Mr. Sam

Crane, Dr. & Mrs. Paul S. Kim, Mr. James Y.

Curll, Mr. Daniel B., Jr. Leavitt, Mr. Richard P.

Davidson, Mr. Duane C. Ledyard, Dr. Gari

Dodds, Mr. & Mrs. Jack A. MacDougall, Mr. Alan M

Freshiey, Ms. Mary Jo Matthews, Mr. & Mrs. George E.

Goodwin, Mr. James J. Mattielli, Ms. Sandra

Gordon, Mr. Douglas H. Moffett, Dr. & Mrs. Samuel H.

Hogarth-Kim & Dr. Hyun-Key Morris, Mr. Warwick / Mrs. [page 143]

Pamela Smith, Mr. Warren W., Jr.

Nowell, Mr. John A. Snyder, Ms. Alice L.

Peterson, Dr. Mark Steinberg, Dr. David I.

Quizon, Mr. Ronald P. Tedesco, Dr. & Mrs. Frank M.

Ralston, Mr. Michael Tieszen, Prof. Helen R.

Remmet, Mr. Brent G. Underwood, Dr.& Mrs. Horace H.

Rutt, Father Richard Utting, Dr. & Mrs. William

Stanley


Shields, Rev. Steven L.

Sleph, Mr. Gerald Williams, Mr. Von C.

MEMBERS IN KOREA

Abramian, Mr. & Mrs. Levon Bahuguna, Mr. Nalin

Adler, Dr & Mrs. Anthony Baker, Mr. & Mrs. Jay

Adorno, Prof. & Mr. Maria Baker, Mr. Edward J.

Ahlen, Mr. Karl Tore Baranet, Mr. Ross / Taddeo, Mrs. Paula

Ahn, Mr. Hyung-Ju

Ahn, Ms. Sun Joo Barbakow, Ms. Beatrice & Mclnnis, Mr. Scott

Albertyn, Ms. Gwyneth

Alcorta, Amb. & Mrs. Alfredo Bardasz, Ms. Susan

Allen, Mr. & Mrs. Gary Barret, Ms. Jasmine

Al-Midhadi, Amb. & Mrs. Ahmed Baumann, Mr.& Mrs. Dom & Katie

An, Prof. Son Jae

Anderson, Mr. Pelle & Mrs. Marianne Beck, Mr & Mrs. Peter

Benger, Mr. & Mrs. Barry

Anklan, Ms. Carol Biggs, Mr. & Mrs. Richard

Arvelid, Mr. & Mrs. Anders, KG Bird, Ms. Rosanna

Atkinson, Mr. & Mrs. Timothy Blad, Ms. Conya

Aua, Amb. & Mrs. Kuma Bianco-Perez, Dr. Pedro

Aua, Ms. Esther Boehler, Ms. Karin

Bae, Dr. Sook-Hee / Bae, Mr. Kook Jin Bogusz, Ms. Beata Kang

Bohn, Mr. Jeffrey D.

Bae, Mr. Eddie Borda, H.E. Amb. & Mrs. Alejandro

Bahk-Halberg, Mr. Jon & Mrs.

Syll


Borden, Mr.& Mrs. Seth [page 144]

Boutilies, Mr. Alexander Chung, Mr. Yoh Taek

Bradner, Mr. Stephen Chung, Ms. Hyemoon

Brook, Ms. Penelope Chung, Ms. So-Young

Brozek, Dr. & Mrs. Sascha Collin, Mr. Robert

Bugane, Mrs. Cynthia Cooper, Mr. & Mrs. Simon

Burgeson, Mr. J. Scott Corbitt, Ms. Editha

Cabral, Ms. Hilda Coyner, Mr. & Mrs. Tom

Carafi, Amb. Adolfo Craig, Mr. Gordon

Cellier-Smart, Mr. & Mrs. Vincent Crane, Mr. Clarke Jared

Cha, Mr., Hyun-In Dallo, Mr. Joseph & Mrs. Young

Chabanol, Dr. Elisabeth Davey, Mr. Jack

Chae, Dr. Youn-Jeong Dayton, Ms. Chandler

Chan, Ms. Gabrielle Demers, Ms. Nicole

Chisholm, Mr. Neil Dent, Mr.& Mrs. Brian / Elisabet

Cho, Ms. Maria Destroismaisons, Ms. Chantal

Cho, Mr. Sung-Woo / Lee, Mrs. Bok-Ju Devline, Prof. Kyle Philip & Mrs. Hee-Jung

Cho, Ms. Nayeon(Amy) Diamant, Ms. Natanya

Choe, Mr. & Mrs. Chong Dae Dixon, Mr. & Mrs. Regina &

Gavin


Choe, Ms. Min-Suk (최민숙)

Choi, Dr. Chongko Douleh, Mr. Abdul M

Choi, Dr. Jong-Duk / Ahn, Mrs. Mi-sook Dowler, Mr. Daniel A.

Downing, Mr. & Mrs. Matthew

Choi, Ms. Hyeunsun Duffy, Ms. Michael

Choi, Ms. Hyun-Sook Durham, Mr. & Mrs. D. Edward

Choi, Ms. Hyun-Soon Dutton, Mr. Jess

Choi, Ms. Soo-Jeong Egestrand, Mr. & Mrs. Ulf

Choi, Ms. You Kyung Estell, Ms. Amy C.

Chon, Ms. Chong-Ki Finan, Mr. & Mrs. Joseph

Chong, Mrs. Chiew Lan(EVE) Finch, Prof. Michael

Chong, Mrs. Mi-Hui / Kim, Mr. Pyong-Chul Fischer, Mr. Markus

Flinn, Ms. Jennifer Marie

Christopher, Mr & Mrs. Kenneth Ford, Mr. Danton

Chung, Mr. Choo Nyun Fortner, Ms. Geri

Chung, Dr. Kyung-Chae Furst, Mr. George [page 145]

Garwood, Mr. Lon Hollands, Mr. Christopher & Mrs. Susan

Gaylard, Mr. Paul

Gemeinhardt, Mr. David Holstein, Mr. John F.

George, Dr. Claire Hong, Ms. Eunice

Gerson, Dr. Donald/Meadows, Dr. M. Gail Home, Ms. Leslie

Hosemann, Ms. Janis

Giles, Mr. & Mrs. Marcus Hussain, Mr. Tariq

Gingrich, Mr. & Mrs. John Hutchings, Mr. Gareth S.

Godden, Mr. Robin Hwang, Ms. Jung-Eun

Goff, Mr. Justin & Massie, Mrs.

Nana Im, Dr. Mi Jung

Jacobsmuhlen, Mr. Jay & Mrs.

Tanya

Gottbrath, Mr. & Mrs. Georg /



Claudia

James, Mr. & Mrs. Stefan C.

Graff, Mr. Bob Jeon, Ms. Hey-Sung

Grapes, Mr.& Mrs. Rodney H /

Agnes Jeong, Mrs. Gyeongnan

Jeong, Ms. Yong ha

Gray, Mr. Daniel Lee Jo, Ms. Namhe

Gregg, Ms. Heather Johnson, 1LT, William

Griesmann, Ms. Leah Johnson, Mrs. Geri

Griffin, Mr. & Mrs. Michael Johnson, Ms. Crystal Anne

Grubis, Ms. Gail Joinau, Mr. Benjamin

Haan, Ms. Dalerna de Jun, Mr. Byung Keun

Haladjian, Mr. & Mrs. Marc Jung, Ms. Sue Yeon

Han, Mr. Sungwon Kaliher, Mr. Kenneth & Mooney,

Ms. Mary

Han, Ms. Marie-France

Han, Ms. Sookyung Kang, Mr. Sung-Goo

Han, Mrs-& Mr. Suzanne Crowder

/ Yunsok Kastristis, Mr. Serafim & Mrs. Christina

Hauswirth, Amb. Christian Keil, Mr.& Mrs. Jurgen

Hegarty, Ms. Patricia Kersten, Ms. Anja

Herrera, Mrs. Helga & Mr.

Saravia Miguel Khwang, Mr. Tae Sun& Mrs. Lee Eun Joo

Heyman, Mr. Alan C. Kila, Ms. Ceilia

Hiew, Ms. Mu-Hsien Kim, Mr & Mrs. Yul-Hoon

Hilty, Dr. L. Anne Kim, Mr Young Koo, Ms. Chang, [page 146]

Kyung soon Lee, Mr & Mrs. Richard

Kim, Mr. & Mrs. Dong Jin Lee, Ms. Sue Jeong

Kim, Mr. Dong-Ho Lee, Ms. Su-Ok

Kim, Ms. & Mr. Jieun/Gary Aldridge Lee, Mr. Sunny

Lee, Ms. Yeon Kyung

Kim, Ms. Eun-Hee Lee, Ms. Young-Ok

Kim, Ms. Hea Jung Lee, Prof. & Mrs. Don-Soo

Kim, Ms. Hee-Sung Lee, Prof. Yomee

Kim, Ms. Jimyung(Joanne) Lehmann, Mr. Tobias

Kim, Ms. Kil Ok Lena, Amb. & Mrs. Juan

Kim, Ms. Kyungseun Lenhart, Mr.&Mrs. Craig

Kim, Ms. Myoung Sun Levine, Ms. Lisa

Kim, Ms. Young-Ok Lew, Dr. Young-ick

Kim, Prof. Chunsung/Kwon Ohok Lewis, Mr. Stepehn & Mrs. Jessica

Kirkbride, Mr. Wayne Lim, Mr. Norman

Koehler, Mr. Robert & Mrs. Solongo Galbadrakh Lim,Mrs. Young-Ae & Mr. Park

Ho-Nam

Konings, Dr. Frank Lockard, Ms. Mary Ann



Kononen, Mrs&Mr Normandy Loeppky, Ms. Susan

Koo, Ms. Yeon Joo Logan, Mr. Gary W

Krakauer, Mr. & Mrs. Roberts/Theresa Long, Mr. Daid & Min

Lopez,-Bravo, Amb. Marcela

Kramer, Mr. Derek Luksch, Mr. Dennis

Krebill, Mr. & Mrs. Richard E Lundell, Mr. Erik

Kristiansen, Mrs. Lilian Maas, Ms. Melissa

Kucher, Mr.Andreas MacGregor Mr. Tony

Kwock, Mr. Woo Chul Magnant, Ms. Cheryl

Kwon, Prof. Yonung Manges, Mr. Jeff

Ladoucer, Ms. Anne Marceau, Mr. Nicholas

Lamparter, Ms. Susan Markham, Mr. Charles

Lancaster, Mr. Nathan Marsek, Mr.Chris & Mrs.Soojin

Lankov, Dr. Andrei Martin, Ms. Jennifer

Lauzon, Mr. Daniel & Mrs. Janet Mason, Mr. & Mrs. David A.

Lee, Dr. & Mrs. Kook Mason, Ms. Jennifer

Lee, Hae-Kyun Masterman, Mr. Jack [page 147]

McBride II, Dr. Richard D. O’Donghue, Ms. Francis X.

McCarthy Mr. & Mrs.Bill Oh, Dr. Kyoung kyun

McEwen, Mr. Scott & Mrs.

Melanie Oh, Mrs. Suzanna

Olausson, Ms. Ylva

Medeiros, Ms. Amy Olsa, Jr. H.E. Mr. Jaroslav

Meyers, Mr. Michael Osetrova, Ms. Maria

Meyers, Mr. Matthew Otterson, Mr.&Mrs. Gregory

Mitchinson, Mr& Mrs Ray Overby, Ms. Tami

Molteni, Mr. Silvano M Park, Mr. & Mrs. Ki-Nam

Moon, Ms. Virginia Park, Mr. Se-Woong

Moreland, Mr & Mrs. Howard Park, Mr. Yongse

Morgan, Mr. William Park, Mr. Young-Koo & Mrs. Chang, Eun-Hwa

Moriah, Ms. Kristin Leigh

Morris, Mr. Hank Park, Ms. Kolleen

Morrissey, Mr. Shawn James Park, Ms. Kui-Ran

Mounts, Mr. Robert T Park, Ms. Soo-Pil

Mueller, Ms. Linn Roby Patterson, Mr. Mark

Mukhopadhyay, Mr. Samar & Mrs. Mita Penick, Mr. & Mrs. John

Perry, Ms. Victoria

Muncer, Mr. Stuart Peterson, Mr & Mrs. Mitch/

Amber

Murphy, Amb. & Mrs. Conor



Murphy, Mr. Brendan Pfoh, Mr. Joerg, Mrs. Illsun Soun

Myers, Mr. Roger Phill, Mr. & Mrs. Marcus

Nam, Mr&Mrs John Reyes Plantan, Dr. Frank

Neff, Mr. Robert D. Pollock, Ms. Anna

Neo, Ms. Dawn Pratt, Mr. & Mrs. Andrew

Ng, Ms. Kwee-Lin Pringgoharjone, Mrs. Kesty

Nguyen, Dr. Huan Proud, Mr. David

Nichols, Dr. William Purcell, Ms. Heather

Nicosia, Mr. Filippo Ramstead, Mr. Evan

Nielsen-Rask Mn Niels & Ms. Irene Kruger Ranta, Mr & Mrs Timothy

Raskin, Mr. Phillip

Nowalk, Mr. Ry an Rastogi, Mr. & Mrs. Snantanu

O, Ms. Tara Reed, Dr. & Mrs.Edward

O’Brien Mr and Mrs. Tim Reiss, Mr Robert & Mrs. Allison [page 148]

Reissman, Mr. Gerry Charles Snowden, Ms. Frances

Rengstorff, Mr & Mrs. John Sodan, Mr. Keith & Mrs. Beverley

Revere, Mr. Stephen Curtis Soh, Ms. Susan- Eujung & Jin

Hwa


Rhee, Ph.D Joong Geun and Mrs. Park, Eunseung

Solak, Mr. Keith & Mrs. Denise

Rhim, Mr. Chong-Yun Solomon, Mr. Stuart B.

Richardsom, Mr. & Mrs. David Song, Dr. Kyung-Soon

Roberto, Mr. Mauro Song, Mr. Ki-Joong

Roberts, Mr. David Song, Mr. Stuart & Mrs. Pam

Rodge, Mr. Mrs. Langston Song, Ms. Eunjeong

Rohlman, Miss Krista Song, Ms. Nack Kyoung

Rosenberg, Mr. & Mrs. Kurt Sotuhall, Mr. Richard

Rough, Ms. Deborah Spavor, Mr. Michael. P

Roumaya, Mr. Michael Stanfield, Mr. Joseph Lee

Rudolph, Ms. Gloria Steinberg, Ms. Cara

Russell, Mr. Mark Stellmacher, Ms. Karin

Sanders, Mr. Christopher Stern, Mr. & Mrs. Eddy

Schmidt, Mr. harvey, & Mrs. Jay Stockinger, Mr&Mrs. Friedrich

Schmitz, Ms. Claudia Stotler, Mr&Mrs. David

Schroer, Mr. & Mrs. Mike Stout, Mr. Scott

Scott, Ms. Mary-Jane Strother, Mr. Jason

Seligson, Mr. & Mrs. Fred J. Suh, Ms. Soon-Chung

Shellabarger, Mr. David & Reed, Ms. Patricia, L Swanson, Mr. Dale & Mrs. Patti

Tan, Mr&Mrs. Chek Shay

Shepard, Mr. Kevin Tata, Dr. Antonino/Alessandro

Sheppard, Mr. James Taylor, Prof. Brad Evan

Shin, Ms. HyeSuk Teague, Mrs. Kim-Hoa

Shipton, Ms. Nicole Tessy, Mr. & Mrs. Leith

Simm, Mr. & Mrs. Ian Thatcher, Mr. Jonathan

Sirgo, Dr. Henry. B Thomas, Mr. Anthony& Mrs. Krishna

Skalinski, Dr. & Mrs. Piotr

Smetanka, Mr. & Mrs. Irena Tomas Thorpe, Mr. Eric Jason

Timblick, Mr& Mrs. Alan

Smithson, Mr. Don TomHon Mr & Mrs Peter

Sneff, Ms. Wendy Tonks, Dr. Paul [page 149]

Tse, Ms. Wanda Wei, Amb. & Mrs. Victor

Turberfield, Mr& Mrs David Weissmuller, Ms. Priscilla

Uden, Amb. & Mrs. Martin Welles, Mr. Michael

Uram, Mr. Derek Whelan, Mr. Thomas &

Mrs. Marina

Valle Pereira, do Amb. Celina Maria A.

Whytock, Ms. Karen

Van Dusen, Mr. Damon Wieczorkowski, Mr. Reiner & Mrs. Lianna Goh-Wieczor

Van Wyk, Mr. Francois

Vargo, Amb & Mrs. Lars Wigzell, Ms. Tracy

Venn, Mr. John Willoughby, Dr.Heather

Vermeersch, Dr. Sem Wilson, Tim & Abbott, Kathryn

Vershbow, Amb. & Mrs.

Alexander Wood, Mr. Peter Michael

Wunderlich, Prof. Christiane

Vrontakis, Ms. Jenny Yang, Mr. & Mrs. Chul

Walker, Ms. Tegan Yoon, Mrs. Haesook

Ward, Mr. Shuan Michael You, Miss, Sunmi

Warrington, Mr. & Mrs. Guy Murray Yu, Ms. Mi-ran

Zarub, Mr.Ross & Mrs. Mana

Watermeyer, Mr. David Zwetsloot, Mr. & Mrs. Jacco

Wegwitz, Ms. Friederike

MEMBERS OVERSEAS

Adamo, Mr. & Mrs. Martin Bradford, Mr. Edward L.

Alburo, Ms. Jade Brazier, Mr. Peter/ Holmes, Ms. Sandra

Andermatt, Mr. & Mrs. Matthias

Andreasen, Mr. Bryon C. Brown, Dr. & Mrs. Donald N.

Baker, Prof. Donald Buys, Br. Jean-Paul

Bark, Mr. Theo J. Byington, Mr. Mark E.

Beirne, Mr. & Mrs. Paul L. Cambridge University Library

Belding, Ms. Linda S. Carriere, Mr. Frederick F.

Bibliotheque Center for Korean Studies

Black, Mr. & Mrs. Andrews D. Cheney, Mr.&Mrs. Charles

Blondheim, Mrs. Carrie C. Cho, Mr. Sunghun

Born, Mr. & Mrs. Peter Choy, Ms. Linda&Mr. Gregory

Bosma, Mr. & Mrs. Jan Chung, Dr. In-Sook [page 150]

Clark, Dr. & Mrs. Donald N. Greening, Mr. & Mrs. Alvin R.

Clarke, Mr. Martyn Gregor, Mr. John

Cleveland Museum of Art, Library Grosjean, Mr. Glen M.

Cogan, Prof. & Mrs. Thomas J. Guillemoz, Dr. & Mrs. Alexandre

Collins, Dr. Samuel G. Haffner, Mr. Don

Cosh, Mr. & Mrs. James Hall, Dr. Newman A.

Cotton, Prof. James Halvorson, Mr. Curtis H.

Courtney, Mr. & Mrs. James R. Han, Dr. & Mr. Il-Song

Dalton, Ms. Deborah S Harrison, Dr. Glen

Dege, Dr. & Mrs. Eckart Harvard - Yenching Library

Dekens, Drs, Eiame H. Hawley, Mr. Samuel

DeLaurentis Ollero, Mr. Ernesto Hawley, Rev. & Mrs. Morley.

Diltz, Mr. & Mrs. Donald O. Hazard, Dr. Benjamin H.

Dipart di Studi sull’Asia Orientale Hepinstall, Dr&Mrs. Larry G.

Dorow, Mr. & Mrs. Maynard W. Herman, Ms. Heike

Driscoll, Mr, & Mrs. David J. Hlawatsch, Dr. George O.

D’Urso, Ms. Vincenza Hoare, Dr. & Mrs. James E.

Else, Ms. E. Elizabeth M. Hobbs, Mr. & Mrs. Michael

Erismann, Amb. & Mrs. Hans-

Peter Hoffner, Mr. Don

Holzaptel, Dr. Ingo

Fallon, Mr. & Mrs. Robert Hostetler, Mr. James C.

Fast, Ms. Virginia House Wade, Ms. Susan Patricia

Fouser, Prof. Robert Human, Mrs. Rachel R.

Franck, Dr. M. J./ Dr. G. Brown Hyun, Dr. Jayson

Frape, Mr. Christopher J. Institut fur Japanologie

Gandin, Daniela Irving, Dr. Harry R.

Gandin, Ms. Daniela Italian School of East Asian

Studies

Gaston, Mr. D. Mark



Gatti, Prof. Francesco Jakeman, Dr. Rick

Gault Jr., Dr. Neal L. Jakobsen, Ms. Karin

Gilbert, Mr. Gardes Jang, Dr. Yeonok

Goies, Ms. Donna Johnson, Prof. Thomas W.

Goodall, Mr. Michael J. Jones, Mr. Kenneth

Grayson, Dr. & Mrs. James H. Jones, Ms. Karen

Greeley, Ms. Maryanne Jorgensen, Mrs. Ingrid [page 151]

Judy, Dr. & Mrs. Carl W. Meyer, Mr. & Mrs. Donald R.

Kang, Mrs. Hildi Miller, Mr. & Mrs. David B.

Kass, Prof. & Mrs. Thomas B. Mintz, Ms. Barbara R.

Keats, Mr. Walter Mitchell, Prof. Richard

Kelley, Mr. & Mrs. Jack D. Moskowitz, Dr. Karl

Kelley, Mrs. Florence Mower, Dr. Gordon B.

Kim, Mr. Douglas S. Mulliken, Dr. John B.

Kim, Ms. Lisa & Smithm Mr. Michael Murdoch, Mrs. Carol M.

Neil, Mr. & Mrs. John M.

Kim-Haboush, Prof. JaHyun Nelson, Dr. Sarah M.

Klenke, Mr. Williams J. Nervik, Ms. Rut

Koellner, Dr. Patrick Nilsen, Mr Robert A.

Lane, Ms. Kari Su Orczeck, Ms. Laura W.

Laursen, Dr. K.M. Bendedicte Orlof, Mr. Walter

Lee, Ms. Ju Young Ormes, Mr. & Mrs. Ashton H.

Lee, ms. Minseon Painter, Mary

Lee.Mr.Edward & Mrs. Chittima Park, Dr. Inok

Leland, Dr. John L. Pak, Dr. Moon J.

Leuteritz, Dr. & Mrs. Karl Pattee Library, Serials Record

Liljeqvist, Mrs. Ulrika Patterson, Dr. Wayne

Lloyd, Mrs. Shirley M. Pederson, Mr. & Mrs. John

Logan, Rev. Gary W. Perkins, Prof. Dwight H.

Loken-Kim, Dr. Christine J. Petruska, Mr. Juraj

Lutz, Mn Hans Ulrich Perrin, Mr. Serge

Mackiewicz, Mr. Joseph Pflugbeil, Mr. Wolf Dietrich

MacLennan, Ms. Mary Phillips, Mr Leo H.

Maguire, Dr. & Dr. Douglas Pickens, Mr. & Mrs. Richard H.

Malouf, Mr. & Mrs. Fawzi Platzer, Rev. Josef

Manchanda, Mr. Ajay Pore, Mr. William F.

Martinez, Prof. Mauricio Porter, Mr. Jack W.

Mattson, Dr. Marli R. Princeton University Library

Maurer, Mr. & Mrs. William H. Pritchard, Mr. David A.

McClure, Ms. Kerry Prorok, Dr. Carolyn

McFarland, Ms. Alyson Anne Province, Prof. & Mrs. Robert C.

Meier, Dr. & Mrs. Walter E. RAS Malaysian Branch [page 152]

Reckel, Dr. Johannes Song, Dr. Young-Dahl

Reedman, Mr. C Warren Spence, Mrs. Marilyn

Repp, Dr. Martin Stapleton, Mr. Michael D.

Reynolds, Ms. Shirley Stewart, Dr. Ruth G.

Rice University Stewart, Mr. Todd

Rice, Dr. Roberta Stickler, Mr. & Mrs. John C.

Riemer, Rev. & Mrs. Hilbert W. Stiller, Ms. Kerstin

Robinson, Dr. & Mrs. Thomas W. Sung, Mr. & Mrs. Nak-Jung

Roesch-Rhomberg, Ms. Inge Swartout, Mr. & Mrs. Robert Jr.

Rom, Ms. Sandra J. Swenty, Dr. Vinita/Mr. Mike Swenty

Romero-Castilla, Prof. Alfredo

Rosenzweig, Dr. Daphne Tenri Central Library

Roth, Dr Robert F. The Asiatic Society

Royal Asiatic Society, Great Britain & Ireland Thorpe, Mr. & Mrs. Norman K.

Todd, Mr. Philip

Royal Asiatic Society, Hong Kong Branch Tokita, Prof. Alison

Tomasko, Mrs. Frances W.

Royal Asiatic Society, Sri Lanka Branch Tracy, Mr. Wesley S.

Trover, Ms. Stephanie L.

Rudolf, Mr. & Mrs. Martin Tutsch, Mr, Martin

Ruscansky, Mrs. Pat Ueno, Mr.&Mrs. Jun

Russell, Mr. & Mrs. James Underwood, Dr. Elizabeth

Sayers, Dr. Robert H. Univ. of Sheffield

Schaffer, Ms. Patti University of Washington

Libraries

Schueler, Mr. Stephen

Scoggins, Mr. & Mrs. Glenn Urquhart, Ms. Betty

Seligson, Ms. Silvia Van Weddingen, Mr. Paul G.

Sharrer, Dr.& Mrs. John H. VanZile, Prof. Judy A.

Shields, Mr. Steven L. Vermeersch, Mr. Sem

Shin, Mr. & Mrs, Fred S. VonFalkenhausen, Dr. Lothar A.

Shin, Prof Michael Wagner, Mrs. Renate

Shoemaker, Dr. David J. West, CDR. Joe Clayton

Simbirtseva, Ms. Tatiana White, Mr. & Mrs. Reginald

Soh, Prof. Chunghee Sarah Whitlock, Mr. & Mrs. James C.

Sohn, Mrs. Soja Wilson, Dr. Brian A. [page 153]

Wilson, Mr. & Mrs. Ian H. Yim, Ms. Jade N and Joseph

Reidy


Wisecup, James Phil & Mrs.

Anne


Yirchott, Mr. & Mrs. Chuck R.

Wissinger, Dr. Uwe York, Philip / Karen Dahl

Wood, Ms. Colleen R. Young, Mr. & Mrs. R. W.

Yale University


[page 154]

A list of the books published by the RAS-KB
Bands, Songs, and Shamanistic Rituals. Keith Howard, RAS-KB, 1989.

Softbound. 295 pp.

Describes the folk music performed by the rural people of Chindo, an island off the southwest coast of Korea; full of examples of the music and words of farmers1 band music, work songs, death songs, and shaman songs. Descriptions of the people who perform them. $20

Catholic Church in Korea: Its Origins 1566-1784, The. Juan Ruiz de Medina, SJ. English trans, by John Bridges SJ, RAS-KB, 1994. Hardbound. 380 pp. ISBN 978-89-93699-06-7

A concise work rich in new information collected from unedited documents found in five European libraries, about the history of the Korean Catholic Church before the time of its officially recognized foundation in 1784. $25

Challenged Identities: North American Missionaries in Korea 1884-1934. Elizabeth Underwood, RAS-KB, 2004. Hardbound, 326 pp. ISBN 978-89-954424-0-1

A fascinating look into the lives of the first Protestant missionaries to Korea: the challenges they faced in their lives, from overcoming culture shock and learning the language to raising a family and building a house; and the challenges they faced in the Christian work that they did, challenges that shaped their identities, their policies, and indeed their beliefs in the land of Korea more than a century ago. KW33,000

Changing Korean Village, The. Pat Ki-hyuk with Sidney Gamble, RAS-KB, 1975. Hardbound. 222 pp.

Economic and social life of three representative clan villages. Field research was conducted in 1961-2 before the impact of rural modernization. $25 [page 155]

Confucian Gentlemen and Barbarian Envoys: The Opening of Korea, 1875-1885. Martina Deuchler. RAS-KB and U of Washington p, 1977. Hardbound. 310 pp. ISBN 978-89-93699-05-0

The only thoroughgoing study of the opening of Korea after centuries as the “Hermit Kingdom”: discusses the rivalries among China, Japan, and Russia and the problems of the traditional Confucian scholar-bureaucrats trying to cope with their rapidly changing world. $25

Discovering Seoul: An Historical Guide. Donald N. Clark & James H. Grayson. RAS-KB, 1986. Softbound. illustrated, with maps. 358 pp. ISBN 978-89-93699-04-3

This detailed guidebook written by two authors who have had long experience living in the city, describes the historical monuments and sites in Seoul, grouped by neighborhoods for easy location. It includes maps, references to the subway system, diagrams and color photographs, with explanations of the history and significance of each site. There is also a Chinese-character glossary and index. $6

Dutch Come to Korea, The. Gari Ledyard, RAS-KB, 1971. Softbound. 231 pp.

The absorbing story of the shipwreck of a Dutch vessel in the mid- seventeenth century and of the adventures of the crew during thirteen years of captivity in the Hermit Kingdom. Dr. Ledyard examines earlier translations of the original Dutch manuscript and adds important corrections and commentary. $25

Early Encounters with the United States and Japan: Six Essays on Late Nineteenth-Century Korea. Lew, Young-Ick, RAS-KB, 2007. Hardback and Soft-bound. 249 pp. ISBN 978-89-954424-8-7

The book consists of six essays on late 19th century Korean history. All of them were originally prepared and presented as conference papers or keynote speeches at major conferences held in Korea and the US. They deal with Korea’s relations with the US and Japan [page 156] mainly between 1882, when the Jeoson Kingdom signed its first modern treaty with the United States, and 1905 when the same kingdom called the Daehan (Great Han) Empire from 1987, degenerated into a protectorate of Japan. $30

Encounters: The New Religions of Korea and Christianity. General editors: Kim Sung-hae and James Heisig. RAS-KB, 2008. Softbound. 191 pp. ISBN 978-89-954424-9-4

This book has chapters describing the origins, faith and practice of the three main ‘new’ religions of Korea, Cheondo-gyo, Daejong- gyo and Won-Buddhism, written by members of each, as well as general chapters considering them from a sociological viewpoint, and a Christian perspective. The book ends with a transcript of an open exchange between senior members of the religions. KW28,000.

Essays on Korean Traditional Music. Lee Hye-ku, trans, by Robert C. Provine, RAS-KB, 1980. Softbound. 278 pp. ISBN 978-89-93699-03-6

The only Korean musicologist of international repute. Dr. Lee Hye- Ku has struggled over the past few decades to keep Korean traditional music from being swallowed up in the tide of Westernization. Until now, apart from a few translated articles, his work has been accessible only to Korean speakers. A definitive text on Korean traditional music in English. $20

Hamel’s Journal and a Description of the Kingdom of Korea, 1653-1666. Hendrik Hamel, English translation by Jean-Paul Buys, RAS-KB, 1998.

Softbound. 107 pp.

The first Western account of Korea is the glory of a group of sailors shipwrecked on Cheju-do. Some thirteen years later, after escaping to Japan, Hamel gave the outside world a firsthand description of Korea, an almost unknown country until then. Dr. Jean-Paul, who is Dutch, has made the first translation based on the original manuscript. $12 [page 157]

Imjin War, The. Sam Hawley. RAS-KB and the Institute of East Asian Skidies, UC Berkeley, 2005. Hardbound, xvi pp. + 664 pp. + 20 pp. illustrations. ISBN 978-89-95442-2-5

The most comprehensive account ever published in English of this cataclysmic event, so little known in the West. It begins with the political and cultural background of Korea, Japan, and China, discusses the diplomatic breakdown that led to the war, describes every major incident ana battle from 1592 to 1598, and introduces a fascinating cast of characters along the way.

In This Earth and In That Wind. Lee O-young, translated by David Steinberg, RAS-KB, 1967. Softbound. 226 pp. ISBN 978-89-954424-5-6

A collection of 50 vignettes of commonplace Korean life allowing the reader to draw from the daily habits, customs and events his own picture of Korean society. The author often contrasts aspects of Korean culture with that of foreign nations and draws a variety of conclusions about Korean society from these contrasts. $8

Introduction to Korean Music and Dance, An. Lee Hye-ku, RAS-KB, 1977. Softbound. 54 pp.

A general discussion for non-specialist Western reader. $6

James Scarth Gale’s History of the Korean People, edited by Richard Rutt,

RAS-KB, 1967. Hardbound. 174 pp. ISBN 978-89-954424-1-8

A reprint of the classic English-language history of Korea first published in 1927. It has been extensively annotated by Bishop Rutt with reference to sources and including commentary. It is introduced by an extensive and, to date, the only biography of Dr. Gale, a towering scholar in the early days of Western residence in Korea. $30

Korea and Christianity: The Problem of Identification and Tradition. Spencer J. Palmer, RAS-KB, 1967. Softbound. 174 pp. ISBN 978-89- 93699-10-4

An early study of the success of Christianity in Korea, especially in contrast to China. $12 [page 158]

Korean Shamanism: Revivals, Survivals and Change, keith Howard, ed., RAS-KB, 1998, Softbound, 258 pp.

A thoroughly readable collection of critical research from prominent scholars in the fields of anthropology, religion, history, and the arts. Koreans, virtually alone in the world, have kept the ancient traditional religion of shamanism alive at a time of massive industrialization, modernization and Westernization. $25

Korea Under Colonialism: The March First Movement and Anglo- Japanese Relations. Ku Dae-yeol, RAS-KB, 1985. Hardbound. 350 pp. ISBN 978-89-93699-09-8

A thorough study on March First Movement, a Korean uprising against Japanese colonial rule in 1919, with special emphasis on its international implications and Britain’s role in the uprising. $25

Korea’s 1884 Incident: Its Background and Kirn Ok-kyun’s Dream. Harold F. Cook, RAS-KB, 1982, Softbound. 264 pp. ISBN 978-89-93699-08-1

A description of an attempted coup aimed at bringing more rapid reform and modernization to Korea in the early years after her opening to the rest of the world and the role of one of the leaders. The work includes an analysis of the situation in 1884 and evaluates the motives of the plotters and the results of the attempt both on the nation and for the individuals. Scholarly, yet exciting reading, and of some insight to political attitudes in Korea even today. $15

Korean Political Tradition and Law. Hahm Pyong-choon, RAS-KB, 1971, Hardbound. 249 pp. ISBN 978-89-93699-07-4

A compendium of articles by a noted law professor (later Ambassador to the United States), ostensibly on various legal perceptions but giving deep insight into some of the conflicts between western and Korean legal and social concepts. Very helpful in understanding some cultural differences. $20

Korean Works and Days. Richard Rutt, RAS-KB, 1978, Softbound. 205 pp. ISBN 978-89-954424-6-3 [page 159]

Rural Korea in the 1950s from the perspective of a sensitive and inquisitive foreign village priest; a record of the seasons, the harvest, the customs of the people, and conversations with local Confucian scholars. $5

Life of Buddha in Korean Painting, The. Zozayong, ed., RAS-KB/Emileh Museum Pub., 1975, Softbound. 47pp.

At a time when much Buddhist artwork has been lost through theft or lack of preservation, Yongmun and Tongdo temples are unique repositories of the extraordinary heritage of Paintings of Buddha’s life. Superb color photographs and excellent commentary by Zozayong. $12

Pioneer American Businessman in Korea: The Life and Times of Walter David Townsend. Harold F. Cook, RAS-KB, 1981. Softbound. 100 pp. ISBN 978-89-93699-11-1

This biography of one of the first foreign businessmen in Korea becomes the framework for a unique view of early trade issues and difficulties, with a description of life for foreign traders in Korea a century ago. $5

Songs of the Dragons Flying to Heaven: A Korean Epic. 2nd ed. Translated by James Hoyt, RAS-KB, 1979. Softbound. 187 pp. ISBN 978- 89-93699-02-9

One of the classics of Korean literature, both in its own right and as the first book to have been written entirely in Hangul, the Korean alphabet promulgated by King Sejong In 1446. This edition contains both the Korean version and a literary translation, with extensive commentary, bibliography, and glossary. $6

Taegu Guide. Grayson, James Huntley, Lowell T. Jacobson, and Lynn Olson,RAS-KB, Rev. Ed. 1982 Softbound. 71 pp.

Definitive guide with photos and maps of Taegu: history of Taegu, detailed tour suggestions, museums, transportation, food, etc. Large removable map. $2 [page 160]

Virtues in Conflict: Tradition and the Korean Woman Today. Sandra Mattielli, ed., RAS-KB, 1977. Softbound. 214 pp. ISBN 978-89-954424-7-0

The confrontation of modern society with the Confucian ideas of women: traditional behavioral influences on women and the contemporary response. A very timely collection of scholarly articles, of interest to the general reader as well as the scholar. $15

Virtuous Women: Three Classic Korean Novels. Translated by Richard Rutt & Kim Chong-un, RAS-KB, 1974. Hardbound. 399 pp. ISBN 978-89-954424-3-2

The three most significant works of traditional Korean fiction: A Nine Cloud Dream, The True History of Queen Inhyon, and The Song of a Faithful Wife, Ch’unhyang. The major characters are all women and the three novels together give a vivid picture of the Korean ideal of womanhood before it felt the impact of Western culture. $25

Wind and Bone. Ruth Stewart, RAS-KB, 1980. Softbound. 145 pp. ISBN 978-89-93699-01-2

Delicate word-paintings of contemporary rural Korea, its people and their changing milieu, by a sensitive author who has spent some 30 years in rural Korea. W3,500

Yogong: Factory Girl. Robert F. Spencer, RAS-KB, 1988. Softbound. 185

pp. ISBN 978-89-954424-4-9

The author’s work is based on a field study done on one of the reasons for Korea’s economic miracle, the workers. Here the author focuses on the girls or the young women who work behind the scenes producing the goods that have pushed Korea into another classification. A look at background data, the workers in a Korean context, work situation, associations, relationships and future perspectives. $6 [page 161]

In addition, the RAS-KB has in stock a very large number of books in English about every aspect of Korea published both in and outside of Korea over the past decades. Some of these titles are now out of print. A full list is available on the RAS-KB home page at www.raskb.com

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These books are available to the general public at the list price, and to RAS members at a 10% discount. To order, send check or money order to the RAS at:

Royal Asiatic Society Korea Branch

C.RO. Box 255

Seoul 100-602 Republic of Korea

For international orders, please add 25% to the total list price (before member discount) for handling and shipping (sea mail). For orders within Korea, please add 10%.



Books published by the RAS-KB are distributed worldwide by Cheng & Tsui and can be purchased from them using a credit card through the Internet via http://www.cheng-tsui.com/store where the list of RAS-KB books can be found through the link under “Exclusives” low down on the left-hand side. They offer the members’ discount to RAS-KB members if notified when the order is placed.

The RAS Korea Branch office is located in room #611 of the Korean Christian Building, heading north of Jongno 5-ga toward Hyehwa-dong. Please phone (02) 763-9483 to check opening hours.


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