Article (In Korean): New Insight on the Age of Ayurbarwarda (Ch. Renzong, r. 1311-1320) based on a Network Analysis of Officials

TL;DR Summary Yup, I've finally learned how to do this. Yeah! #datasisbeautiful. Joke aside, I never guessed that I would fine a unknown official named Hasan so high and other well known individuals such as Temüder and Li Meng so low in the list. Original Summary This article examines the officials under the reign of Ayurbarwarda … Continue reading Article (In Korean): New Insight on the Age of Ayurbarwarda (Ch. Renzong, r. 1311-1320) based on a Network Analysis of Officials

First Six Months at Jangseogak, AKS

As of July 1st, 2018, I've left NYU Shanghai and become a full time "researcher (연구원/研究員)" at the Jangseogak Archives, Academy of Korean Studies (韓國學中央研究院, 藏書閣). The movement was so fast, abrupt and rushed, and the busy transition has prevented me from writing any blog posts. In many ways, the "researcher" position at a center … Continue reading First Six Months at Jangseogak, AKS

Article (In Korea): The Establishment and Significance of the Buddhist, Daoist, Christian and Manichaean Institutions around the Mongol Conquest of Southern China

(In Korean) “The Establishment and Significance of the Buddhist, Daoist, Christian and Manichaean Institutions around the Mongol Conquest of Southern China [蒙元帝國의 江南 정복 前後 佛敎ㆍ道敎ㆍ基督敎ㆍ摩尼敎 관리 기구의 설립 및 그 함의] Dongyang Sahak Yeonggu [Journal of Asian Historical Studies] 135, 2016, pp. 211-244. DOI: 10.17856/jahs.2016.06.135.211 (email me if you need access) TL;DR Summary Different religions, … Continue reading Article (In Korea): The Establishment and Significance of the Buddhist, Daoist, Christian and Manichaean Institutions around the Mongol Conquest of Southern China