[Milton-L] Journal of milton studies in korea

Jameela Lares Jameela.Lares at usm.edu
Thu Mar 29 15:08:53 EDT 2012


Thanks so much for weighing in on this question.

I must imagine that MLA would want to know about the ongoing career of the journal. Has anyone been in touch with them, by any chance?

Jameela Lares
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From: milton-l-bounces at lists.richmond.edu [milton-l-bounces at lists.richmond.edu] On Behalf Of Horace Jeffery Hodges [jefferyhodges at yahoo.com]
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In response to Jameela, Jim wrote:

"I thought that prior to 2002 it published articles in both Korean and English.  If it's still running but switched to Korean only in 2002, that may explain why the MLA Intl Bib dropped it."

Perhaps my post didn't post to everyone's email, so I'll quote a relevant clause here (and paste all below): "Starting in 2001 or 2002, I published an article per year in that journal until a couple of years ago." The journal had two issues per year, a Korean one in May or June and an English one in November or December. This continued from my first publication there in around 2001 until my last, around 2010.

Jeffery Hodges


On Wed, Mar 28, 2012 at 8:53 PM, Jameela Lares <Jameela.Lares at usm.edu<mailto:Jameela.Lares at usm.edu>> wrote:

Ulreich's lists the language of publication as Korean. That may have changed since 2002.

Contact e-mail listed is infipark at cnu.ac.kr<mailto:infipark at cnu.ac.kr>.  My system could not process the website, which is http://www.memes.or.kr/. Nor could babelfish try it.
Jameela Lares


My entire earlier email:

Starting in 2001 or 2002, I published an article per year in that journal until a couple of years ago. I used to belong to the Milton group here, but their conferences were mostly in Korean at the time that I first joined, so I rarely attended. A few months back, I noticed that the links I'd set up on my blog to articles that I've published in the journal were no longer active. I've looked, but can't find the journal online. I haven't pursued the matter any further since I've in recent years been publishing elsewhere anyway, having given up on trying to obtain a permanent position in an English department here in Korea since my doctorate is not in English literature, and that seems a prerequisite.

At any rate, I know that two or three Korean scholars are on this list, so perhaps one of them will clarify the issue.

Jeffery Hodges

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