Journal of Asian Studies, May 2018: War and Environment in Korean History

The latest volume of the Journal of Asian Studies featured a set of essays particularly relevant to the interests of our Network. Consider the following and look for some familiar names:

 

Journal of Asian Studies, May 2018: War and Environment in Korean History

Introduction to a Forum on War and Environment on the Korean Peninsula, 1598–1965

ALBERT L. PARK

Postwar Pines: The Military and the Expansion of State Forests in Post-Imjin Korea, 1598–1684

JOHN S. LEE

Sowing War, Reaping Peace: United Nations Resource Development Programs in the Republic of Korea, 1950–1953

LISA M. BRADY

The Reshaping of Landscapes: Systems of Mediation, War, and Slow Violence

ALBERT L. PARK

Wartime Forestry and the “Low Temperature Lifestyle” in Late Colonial Korea, 1937–1945

DAVID FEDMAN