Bibliography Format For Translated Books Korean

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This page offers MLA, APA, and Chicago style citation guidelines and presents specific citation requirements for Asian-language resources, including sources in Chinese, Hindi, Japanese, Korean, Persian and Punjabi. The purpose of these guides is to provide undergraduate and graduate students, who are conducting research using Asian-language resources, with clear instructions on how to cite and format Asian-language sources in both English and Asian-language research papers.

This project was made possible through the UBC Teaching and Learning Endowment Fund. The guides were created by graduate students under the direction of librarians at UBC Asian Library and in partnership with the departments of Asian Studies, History, Language and Literacy Education and the Institute of Asian Research.

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Selected bibliography of Korean studies = Hanguk yongu toso mongnok

한국연구도서목록

East Asian Reference Z3316 .S45 1995

An annotated bibliography of selected books of modern scholarship in fifteen areas of Korean Studies: General Works, Language & Linguistics, Literature, History, Philosophy, Religion, Fine Art, Musicology, Dance & Theatre, Folklore Studies, Political Science, Law, Economy, Sociology, and Education.  Entries for books in Korean are arranged alphabetically by an English translation of the Korean title followed by the transliteration, and then by the original title in Korean script and/or Chinese characters. Books in English are included but most were published in Korea. Annotations are in English.

Kosŏ mongnok : che samjip (古書目錄 : 笫三輯)
고서목록 제3집
East Asian Collection Z955.S454 S65 2002 

Catalog of oriental classics.

Kyujanggak tosŏ Han’gukpon chonghap mongnok (奎章閣圖書韓國本綜合目錄)
규장각도서한국본종합목록
East Asian Collection Z3316 .K95 1994 

Catalog of Korean books and manuscripts in the Kyujanggak collection at Seoul National University Library. As a complete listing of Korean books in the Kyujanggak, a royal library founded by King Chŏngjo in 1777, it provides the rich collection of historical sources of the latter half of the Yi dynasty.

Han’guk kosŏ chonghap mongnok (韓國古書綜合目錄)
한국고서종합목록
East Asian Collection Z3316 .H33 1968

This is a comprehensive catalog of Korean books and manuscripts from the earliest times to the end of the Yi dynasty. It includes holdings of domestic institutions and private collections as well as those in the foreign countries.

An annotated bibliography of Korean literature in translation, 1980-2002
Perkins/Bostock Library Z3319.L5 A56 2002 

Introductory bibliography of Korean literature.

Pukhan hyŏndaesa munhŏn yŏn’gu
북한현대사문헌연구
East Asian Collection Z3321.A1 P854 2001 

Bibliographical study of North Korean history.

Pukhan yŏksahak nonjŏ mongnok
북한역사학논저목록
East Asian Collection Z3316 .P85 2001

A bibliography of research on North Korea history conducted in North and South Korea.

Habadŭ Yŏn’gyŏng Tosŏgwan Han’guk kwijungbon haeje = The annotated catalogue of Korean rare books at the Harvard-Yenching Library

하바드燕京圖書館韓國貴重本解題
East Asian Collection Z1029 .H323 2005x

It details almost 4,000 titles held by the Harvard-Yenching Library's Korean Rare Books Collection. Volumes 1 through 4 organize the texts by subject and provide detailed annotations on each work.  Volume 5 indexes the texts by title and author.

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