TL;DR SummaryWhat is a religion in the Mongol empire? Were the Jews? How about the White Cloud Sect? The Confucians? And more precisely, in whose perspective? Official Summary This article examines how the ruling Mongols perceived and understood the different “religions,” focusing on the less familiar, the more minor “religions” during the Mongol rule of … Continue reading Article (in Korea) "Defining “Religion” in the Mongol Rule of China — Insight from the Cases from the Jews, White Cloud Sect and the Confucians —,"
Today is Hangeul day, and in celebration, Google has provided a link to an online exhibition titled "Hangeul: Voices of Diversity," credit line given to the Academy of Korean Studies. And in fact, this one of the many projects that I have been deeply involved in as overseeing various works related to the so-called "globalization" … Continue reading Hangeul Day 2019
AAS conference never disappoints me, unless I get rejected.