Sibling Rivalry in Twentieth-Century Korea - Donald Baker
1. Census and self-reports were very different except Catholics. Self-reports outnumbered.
2. The statistics of late 20th century are not accurate, but we can surmise the relative size
Indigenization (Koreanization) of Protestantism (1876-1910)
1. Nevius Method
Financial independence from missionaries (Chapel, schools, books)
Unpaid system > paid system
1. limited # of paid helpers + voluntary e
Development of Protestant theologies, 1930s-1980s
1. Fundamentalism, 1930-1960
a. Fundamentalism began to collapse in 1915-1917 (WWI) against Modernism
WWI = Christian nations vs. others.
b. American Fundamentalism = Revivalism + Dispensationalism; ant
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The Indigenous Religions of Silla:
Their Diversity and Durability
This article examines the indigenous religions of the Silla dynasty. According to the Silla
annals of the Samguk sagi, religion was signic
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A History of the Low Count
4. What were the roles of university students, middle class, and working class in the South
Korean democratization movement of the 1980s? What are the significances of the Kwangju
Peoples Uprising in the larger democratization movement of South Korea?
Korean M 60 / Religions M 60C:
Introduction to Korean Religions [provisional]
Lectures: Humanities A51, T/R 12:30-1:45 PM
Discussion sessions: Fridays
A 09:00-09:50 Royce 164
C 11:00-11:50 Pub Aff 1337
E 13:00-13:50 Pub Aff 2319
B 10: 00-10:50
Mid-term exam study topics
1. Koreans reaction to Social Darwinism, 1880-1905
Yun Chi-ho and Yu Kil-jun
2. Westerners imaginations and impressions of Korea and Korean People in 1880-90s
The Hermit Nation, the Land of Morning Calm, & the Forbidden Land
Land of the Morning Calm / Land of the Rising Sun
East Asian 19th century
Korea forced to open door suffer from acute dissensions between conservative and progressives
fierce competition between China, Japan, and Russia over Hegemony
British travelers I
October 18 ,2016 Tuesday
JOHN ROSS 1882
1. From Manchurian & Chinese sources
-Sinicization of korea
-inferior position, not called by their own name, only worked in the household
- contrasted this
-according to his argument, by
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Using Various Speech Levels in Daily Conversation
1.1 Goals and Research Question
Korean language has seven different speech levels that each
level expresses a certain am
Guidelines on filling out the grid.
1. Leave the first box empty for starting a new paragraph, and make sure to use punctuation at the end of a sentence.
2. Leave a box empty between sentences,
3. When using Roman letters, each capital letter takes a box.
Lesson Test #1 Format
Vocabulary: fill in the blanks with appropriate words.(8x1=8)
Body parts: please fill in the blanks. (1x5=5)
Grammar 1: circle the correct expressions in parenthesis. (7x1=7)
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Women and Shamanism
What is Shamanism?
What is womens space in Shamanism?
How can shamanism empower women?
1. A shaman is a person regarded as having access to, and influence in, the world of
benevolent and malevolent spirits, who typically
Mid-term exam on May 3rd
Encounters with Confucianism
Peaks and Valleys
Christian Century of Japan
Period of seclusion
Of Hungry Ghosts and Other Matters of Consumption:
The Commodity Becomes a Ritual Prop
Contemporary South Korean shaman rituals (kut) incorporate new
consumer goods as agentive "props," foci that provoke mime and
commentary in dr
Why Religion matters?
What is Religion?
Why Korea matters?
What is Korean?
Why Korean Religions
What are Korean Religions?
Why Religion Matters?
Huston Smith, Why Religion Matters: The Fate of the Human Spirit
in an Age of D
Week 5 -2
Encounters b/w Protestantism
Rapid Growth pf Protestantism, 1879-1910
Causes of the rapid growth,
2. Points of Contact - Choes Attitude
3. Points of Conflict - Yuns Attitude
2. Motives o
Ritual 2: Confucian Ancestral Rite
A. Confucianism: A Religion?
Revival in China, Korea, and Singapore
Confucianism and a world religion
B. Ancestral Rites in Korea
Chongmyo (loyal family shrine): kings & queens
political 1890s modernized 1900s political
New Religions in Korea
validity of traditional Korean beliefs and values
+ Faith-based spirituality, influenced by Chr
Government by Royal In-Law Families (sedo chongchi)
Increased imposition of tax burden
Suffering of peasantry
Land tax, military service tax, & state granary system
Corruption of local officials
Chongjo dies in 1800
Sunjo (r. 1800-1834) Andong Kim famil
Great Han Empire (Taehan cheguk, est. 1897)
King Kojong -> Kwangmu Emperor
Queen Min -> Empress Min (posthumous)
Strengthen the monarchy in order to make Korea more independent
Royal Household Ministry (through Office of Crown Properties)
The Late Choson
Intellectual Growth and Popular Culture in Late Choson
Policy of impartiality
Youngjo (1724 1776)
Chongjo (1776 1800)
Factionalism and Choson politics
Easterners vs Westerners
Easterners further split: No
Mongol burned fields, decimated food supplies, slaughtered many
200,000 captives from 1254 invasion
Cultural treasures such as Tripitaka lost
King sued for peace with Mongols in 1270 and returned capital to Kaesong