Saturday, November 23 / 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM Clark 5 (Floor 7)

Session 165
Bringing Women Back into the History of Joseon (Korea) in Comparative Perspective

Chair: Milan Hejtmanek, Seoul National University
Discussant: Milan Hejtmanek, Seoul National University

1. Mothers, Motherhood, and Maternal Legitimacy in Joseon KoreaJungwon Kim, Columbia University.

2. Daughter’s Property Rights and Its Social Significance: A Comparative Study between China and Korea in the 15-18 CenturyMei Zhu, Sun Yat-sen University.

3. Marriage Market of Immigrant Families from outside the Korean Peninsula before the ColonizationSangwoo Han, Autonomous University of Barcelona.

4. The Roles of Mothers in Social Mobility in Joseon, KoreaKuentae Kim, Seoul National University; Hyunjoon Park, University of Pennsylvania.

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