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KOREAN 50: Korean Civilization (Spring 2007) Problem Set 1 The following questions will be discussed in your discussion section either April 17 (Tue) or 19 (Thu). Be well prepared for the discussion. Readings (a) William Farris, “Ancient Japan's Korean Connection,” Korean Studies , v. 20, (1996), pp. 1-22. (b) Park, Kyung-chul, "History of Koguryo and China's Northeast Asian Project," International Journal of Korean History , v. 6, (2004), pp. 19-28. (c) Seung B. Kye, "Lecture Note on the Mimana Theory," pp. 1-2. Questions Q 1-1 : How does Farris view the horserider theory? Consider the following: a) Does he support it? If so, why? If not, why not? b) Farris writes, "… Only 1% of the tombs before 425 yielded horse trapping artifacts…" on p. 10. Why doesn't
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Unformatted text preview: Farris attach important to such artifacts? Do you think they are really negligible or not? See the related pages of (a) . Q 1-2 : How does Farris view the so-called Mimana theory? Does he support it? If so, why? If not, why not? All in all, what is Farris's suggested conclusion about the relationship between the peninsula and the archipelago? Do you agree with him? If so, why? If not, why not? See the related pages of (a) . You can also refer to (b) as well . Q 1-3 : What is China's Northeast Project? When and why did the Chinese launch such a project? Do you think that Parhae & Koguryo should belong to either Chinese or Korean histories? If so, why? If not, why not? No room for other options? See (b) .- © S. Kye -...
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