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Vladimir Glomb

Vladimír Glomb, Eun-Jeung Lee, Martin Gehlmann (Hg.): Confucian Academies in East Asia. Science and Religion in East Asia, Bd. 3, Leiden: Brill 2020.

(mit E.-J. Lee): „'No Books to Leave, No Women to Enter': Confucian Academies in Pre-Modern Korea and Their Book Collections“, in: Collect and Preserve. Institutional Contexts of Epistemic Knowledge in Pre-modern Societieshg. v. Eva Cancik-Kirschbaum, Jochem Kahl u. Eun-Jeung Lee, Harrassowitz: Wiesbaden 2021, 175–198. (= Episteme in Bewegung. Beiträge zur einer transdisziplinären Wissensgeschichte, 9) 

„1950-60 nyŏndae pukhan ŭi sŏwŏn yŏn'gu“, in: Han'guk sŏwŏn hakpo, Vol. 7, 2018, S. 59–82. (Zusammen mit Martin Gehlmann)

„Understanding the Art of War”, in: Manuscript of the Month, hg. v. Wiebke Beyer, Zhenzhen Lu, 2017.02, SFB 950: Hamburg.

„Dens of Feudalism: North Korean Discourse on Confucian Academies“, in: Journal of Korean Religions 8, No. 2 (2017), S. 147–180. (Zusammen mit Eun-Jeung Lee)

„Circulating Pictures: Confucian Diagrams, ‚Ch’ŏnmyŏng to‘ and Intellectual Debate in 16th Century Korea“, in: Bochumer Jahrbuch zur Ostasien Forschung 39 (2017), S. 39–62.

„Tongmong sŏnsŭp (First Exercises for Uneducated Youth)“, Asymmetries of Knowledge, Berlin, 15.–16.04.2019.

„Houses for Sages. 16th century enshrinement policy and its contradictions”, 29th AKSE Conference 2019, Rome, 11.–14.04.2019.

„Some Notes on T’oegye’s Notion of the Genealogy of the Way (Daotong)”, 27th International Conference on the Confucianism and T'oegye Studies, Vietnam National University, Hanoi, 17.–18.11.2018. (in absentia)

„Studies of Confucian Academies in North Korea”, FU-KoreaNet Workshop 2018, Seoul National University, Seoul, 30.10.2018.

„Ri Ryulgok ŭi sŏwŏn kwan”, International Conference on the Development of Science and Human Welfare, Kim Il Sung University, Pjöngjang, 26.–27.09.2018.

„Korean Sŏwŏn between Global and Local”, Chosŏn/han'guk ŭi munhwa, sahoe ŭi simch'ŭng kujo, University of British Columbia Vancouver, 21.–22.08.2018.

„Genealogy of the Way in Korea”, Pre-modern Korean Studies in Europe 2018, Bucharest, 28.–29.05.2018.

„Kim Sisŭp and his place in Korean Confucian Thought“, Scholar, Monk, and Literate. Kim Sisŭp and Frontiers of Korean Culture, Prague, 09.–10.02.2018.

„Pukhan-ŭi Sŏwŏn Yŏn'gu“, Hanjung Sŏwŏn Hakhoe Kyoryu 10 Chunyŏn Kinyŏm Kukche Haksul Taehoe (International Conference for the 10 Year Anniversary of Korean-Chinese Confucian Academy Studies), Daegu, 28.–29.10.2017.

„Scholars and Confucian Academies in the 16th century Korea: the case of Yulgok Yi“, 120 Years Anniversary of Korean Studies and Saint Petersburg State University, 13.–14.10.2017

„After Zhu Xi: Korean interpretation of the Daotong“, 2nd Biennial Conference of the European Association for Chinese Philosophy, Basel, 07.–09.09.2017.

„From Study Hall to Granary: Yulgok Yi I and his vision of Confucian academy“, Confucian Academies in East Asia, FU Berlin, 04.–06.05.2017.

„Nongmun Im Sŏngju’s Theory of Qi and Human Nature“, The Philosophical Examination of Human Nature in Chosŏn Neo-Confucianism, Keimyung University, 03.–04.11.2016.

„Chosŏn hugi Yulgok sasang ŭi yŏkhal kwa ŭimi“, International Workshop on Yulgok Studies, INALCO, 08.–09.09.2016.

„Review of Under the Ancestors’ Eyes: Kinship, Status, and Locality in Premodern Korea“, in: Acta Koreana, hrsg. von Martina Deuchler, Vol. 20, No. 1, 2017, S. 338–342.