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Monday, November 14, 2005

frogs in a well

It's been more than a week since the group blog on Korean history Frog in a Well - Korea has started, and a link to it has been almost as long in my sidebar, so now it's about time to give it a note. Let's hear it from the opening message:
Welcome to 우물 안 개구리, the newest addition to Frog in a Well. This new academic group blog is primarily focused on the study of the history of Korea, broadly defined, but some of our contributors will be writing from the perspective of other fields.
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WEBLOG GOALS
1) CONTENT - To bring together graduate students and scholars who study Korea on a single group blog to share information about their own research, passing discoveries they have made, and an opportunity to discuss and critique current research and scholarship in our field. In addition to our own research, we may end up posting links to other articles, write reviews of books read or presentations attended, make comments on interesting passages found in the archives, and information on useful resources available to those interested in studying Korea etc.

This is primarily a weblog about the history of Korea but we will be welcoming contributors from other fields or who are working between them. Some of us already dabble in literature, anthropology, and other areas and all of us can benefit from rich interdisciplinary interaction.
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The blog authors are Jonathan Dresner, K. M. Lawson, Vladimir Tikhonov, Owen Miller, Yi Hyokyoung, and Remco Breuker - specialists on a wide spectrum of issues in Korean history - so we can expect very interesting posts and discussions. Frog in a Well practices its idea of multilinguality so much that it has even blogrolled my Finnish-language course site...

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