Turning Toward Edification: Foreigners in Late Choson Korea. Forthcoming with Hawaii University Press in September, 2020. For abstract and information, click on the link or see the following URL: http://hdl.handle.net/10125/6764.
Articles in Peer-Reviewed Journals:
- “Lies, Rumours and Sino-Korean Relations: The Pseudo-Fujianese Incident of 1687,” Acta Koreana 19, no. 2 (2016): 1-29.
- “Debating Tumen valley Jurchens during the Late Sixteenth and Early Seventeenth Centuries,” Korean Studies 39 (December, 2015): 23-44.
- “Subversive Ming Loyalist Narratives in Late Choson Korea.” Seoul Journal of Korean Studies 25, no. 1 (June, 2012): 1-31.
- “From Liaodongese Refugee to Ming Loyalist: The Historiography of the Sanggok Ma, a Ming Migrant Descent Group in Late Choson Korea.” Review of Korean Studies 15, no. 1 (June 2012): 109-139.
- “From Kang Shijue to Duke Chu-Hat-hall, and Back Again: Biography and State Control in Northern Hamgyong.” Korean Histories 3.1 ( 2012): 3-22. Available at www.koreanhistories.org.
- “Ruling Ideology and Marginal Subjects: Ming Loyalism and Foreign Lineages in Late Choson Korea.” Journal of Early Modern History 15, no. 6 (December 2011): 477-505.
- “Matteo Ricci and Nicholas Trigault’s Description of the Literati of China.” Quaderni D’Italianistica 21: 2 (September 2000): 77-92.
Chapters in Books and other non-peer-reviewed academic publications:
- “ ‘On Either Side the River:’ The Rise of the Manchu State and Choson’s Jurchen Subjects.” Toronto Studies in Central and Inner Asia 9 (2008): 111-125.
- “Syumidu ui yoksa hak [André Schmid’s Historiography].” A Korean-language survey of André Schmid’s scholarship published as part of the Korean translation of his book Korea between Empires [Korean Title: Cheguk ku sai ui han’guk] (Seoul: Hyumanisut'u ch’ulp’ansa, 2007), 735-746.
- Review of "Masato Hasegawa, "Provisions and Profis in aWartime Borderland: Supply Lines and Society in the Border Region between China and Korea, 1592-1644" (Ph.D. diss., Yale University, 2013) for Dissertation Reviews, May 2015
- Review of Pae Usong, Choson kwa Chunghwa - Choson i kkumkkugo sangsanghan segye wa munmyong (Seoul: Tolbegye ch'ulp'ansa, 2014), for Cross-currents: East Asian History and Culture Review, e-journal of September 2014 (forthcoming: print journal November 2014).
- Review of Kenneth M. Swope, A Dragon’s Head and a Serpent’s Tail: Ming China and the First Great East Asian War (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2009), Journal of Ming Studies 67 (2013): 77-79.
- Review of David M. Robinson, ed., Culture, Courtiers and Competition: The Ming Court (1368-1644) (Cambridge: Harvard University Asia Center, 2008)), The Journal of Northeast Asian History 9, no. 2 (Winter 2012): 229-234.