Étiqueté : Early Korea Project

Ouvrage : Early Korea-Japan Interactions

  Early Korea-Japan Interactions Edited by Mark E. Byington, Ken’ichi Sasaki, and Martin T. Bale University of Hawai’i Press, 2018.   Volumes in the Early Korea Project Occasional Series focus on central issues related to the study of early Korean history and archaeology. The present volume presents seven studies of...

Conférence : “The Significance of ‘Korean’ Keyhole-shaped Tombs in the Study of Early ‘Korean-Japanese’ Relations”, 6 novembre 2014

  Korea Colloquium Co-sponsored by the East Asian Archaeology Seminar Series, Department of Anthropology    “The Significance of ‘Korean’ Keyhole-shaped Tombs in the Study of Early ‘Korean-Japanese’ Relations”  Dennis Lee Korea Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow, Harvard University 6 novembre 2014, à 16h30  Thomas Chan-Soo Kang Room (S050), CGIS South Building, 1730 Cambridge...

Ouvrage : The Han Commanderies in Early Korean History

  Early Korea Project Occasional Series The Han Commanderies in Early Korean History University of Hawai’i Press, 2013   Edited by Mark E. Byington The present volume treats that period of the history of the Korean peninsula characterized by the presence of commanderies first established by the Chinese Han empire...

Ouvrage : New Perspectives on Early Korean Art: From Silla to Koryŏ

Early Korea Project Occasional Series New Perspectives on Early Korean Art: From Silla to Koryŏ University of Hawai’i Press, 2013   Edited by Youn-mi Kim Series Editor, Mark E. Byington   This volume includes discussion of a variety of artworks, ranging from gold adornments found in Silla tombs to Koryŏ...

Publication: Early Korea, Volume 3: The Rediscovery of Kaya in History and Archaeology

   Nouvelle publication: Early Korea, Volume 3: The Rediscovery of Kaya in History and Archaeology Le troisième volume de la série Early Korea vient d’être publié sous l’égide du Early Korea Project, Korea Institute, Université Harvard, Cambridge. Il présente les dernières découvertes sur l’histoire et l’archéologie des entités de Kaya...