Kim, Kichung (1934-2012)

Title

Kim, Kichung (1934-2012)

Date Updated

3-13-2019

Department

English

Academic Rank

Professor

Year Retired from SJSU

2002

Educational Background

Randolph-Macon College, BA. 1957 (Phi Beta Kappa)

University of Washington, MA. English, 1959

University of California, Berkeley, Ph.D. English, 1969

Teaching Experience

Visiting Professor of Korean Literature, U.C. Berkeley, January-May, 2003.

Professor of English, San Jose State University, 1966-2002.

Instructor of English, University of Hawaii, 1960-1963.

Selected Publications

Publications:

“Unheard Voices: The Life of the Nobi in O Hwi-mun’s Swaemirok,” Korean Studies, Center For Korean Studies, University Of Hawaii, vol. 27, 2003, 108-137.

“Affliction and Opportunity: Korean Literature in Diaspora, a Brief Overview,” Korean Studies, Center For Korean Studies, University Of Hawaii, vol. 25, no. 2, 2001, 261-76.

“Resistance, Abduction, and Survival: The Documentary Literature of the Imjin War (1592-8),” Part II, Korean Culture, vol. 21, no. 2, Summer, 2000, 18-31.

“Resistance, Abduction, and Survival: The Documentary Literature of the Imjin War (1592-8),” Part I, Korean Culture, vol. 20, no. 3, Fall, 1999, 20-29.

“Looking for Ho Bong,” Korean Culture, Winter, 1998, vol. 19, no. 4, 13-22.

An Introduction to Classical Korean Literature: From Hyangga to P’ansori, Sept, 1996, by M. E. Sharpe, Inc.

“The Poetry of Ho Nansorhon,” “A Record of Sorrowful Days,” and “The Works of Pak Chiwon,” Great Literature of the Eastern World, ed. by Ian P. McGreal, HarperCollins Publishers, New York, 1996, 437-41 & 442-7.

“Choson Dynasty Women Seen Through Their Own Eyes,” Profusion of Color, Korean Costumes & Wrapping Cloths of the Choson Dynasty, Asian Art Museum of San Francisco and The Museum of Korean Embroidery, Seoul, Korea, 1995, 17-24.

“Can We All Get Along?” in Reviewing Asian America: Locating Diversity, ed. Wendy L. Ng, et al., WSU Press, Pullman, Washington, 1995, 107-111.

“The Incomparable Lyricism of Koryo Songs,” Korean Culture, Fall, 1994, 34-44.

“Kyubang Kasa: The Unpublished Poetry of Choson Dynasty Women,” Korean Culture, Spring, 1993, 22-31.

“The Poetry of Choson Dynasty Women,” Korean Culture, Spring, 1992, 8-20.

“The Question of Betrayal: Reflections on Yi Kwangsu’s Collaboration,” Korea Journal, Winter, 1991, 40-53.

“Choson Dynasty Women Writers: Palace Literature,” Korean Culture, Summer, 1991, 22-33.

“The Death of Uncle Chuhon,” a story, The AA Literary Realm, no 4, 1991, 33-48.

“Literature Of The Practical Learning School: Yonam, Pak Chiwon (1737-1805),” Korean Culture, Summer, 1990, 4-11 & 30-31.

“The Mystery and Loveliness of the Hyangga: Early Korean Poetry,” Korean Culture, Winter, 1989, 5-11.

“America, America!” a story, San Jose Studies, Spring, 1988, 113-24.

“What’s in a Name?” Korea: A Teacher’s Guide, Focus on Asian Studies, The Asia Society, New York, Fall, 1986, 44-46.

“Flower Dedication Song,” Korea: A Teacher’s Guide, Focus on Asian Studies, TheAsia Society, New York, Fall, 1986, 55-57.

Hyol-ui Nu: Korea’s First ‘New’ Novel,” Part 1, Korean Culture, March, 1985, 38-45.

Part 2, Korean Culture, June, 1985, 17-25.

Part 3, Korean Culture, Sept. 1985, 17-27.

Mujong: An Introduction to Yi Kwangsu’s Fiction,” Korean Studies, vol. 6, 1982, 125-39.

Unsegye: Art versus Ideology,” Korean Studies, vol. 5, 1981, 63-77.

“Wright, the Protest Novel, and Baldwin’s Faith,” CLA Journal, March, 1974, 387-96.

“A Few Personal Impressions,” Korea Journal, July, 1976, 63-66.

“A Homecoming,” a story, Bridge, August, 1973, 27-31.

“On Chuang Tzu and Thoreau,” Literature East & West, June-Dec., 1973, 275-81.

“Thoreau’s Science and Teleology,” Emerson Society Quarterly, vol. 18, l972, 125-33.

Translations:

“Whisper Yet,” There a Petal Silently Falls, three stories by Ch’oe Yun, translated by Bruce and Ju-Chan Fulton, New York, Columbia University Press, 1983, 79-114. (Received the 17th Daesan Literature Award in translation, 2009)

Yi Kwangsu, “Yi Kwangsu: ‘Selections’ from The Heartless,” Modern Korean Literature: An Anthology, compiled and ed. by Peter H. Lee, The University of Hawaii Press, 1990, 1-15.

Sonu Hwi, “The Terrorist,” Korea Journal, Nov. 1974, 45-57.

—, “The Story of a Peculiar Pain,” Korea Journal, July, 1975, 49-58.

—, “The Mirror,” Korea Journal, July, 1976, 52-8.

Pak Kyongni, “A Time of Disbelief,” Korea Journal, Sept. 1975, 22-33.

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