Lee, Peter H.
LEE, Peter H.
LEE, Peter H. American (born Republic of Korea), b. 1929. Genres: Literary criticism and history, Translations. Career: Columbia University, NYC, Assistant Professor, 1960-62; University of Hawaii, Honolulu, Assistant Professor to Professor, 1962-87; University of California, Los Angeles, Professor of Korean and Comparative Literature, 1987-. Publications: Studies in Old Korean Poetry, 1959; Korean Literature: Topics and Themes, 1965; (trans.) Lives of Eminent Korean Monks, 1969; (ed.) Flowers of Fire, 1974, 1986; Songs of Flying Dragons: A Critical Reading, 1975; Celebration of Continuity: Themes in Classic East Asian Poetry, 1979; The Silence of Love: Twentieth Century Korean Poetry, 1980; Anthology of Korean Literature: From Early Times to the Nineteenth Century, 1981; A Korean Storyteller's Miscellany, 1989; Modern Korean Literature: An Anthology, 1990; Pine River and Lone Peak, 1991; Sourcebook of Korean Civilization, 2 vols., 1993-96; Sources of Korean Tradition, 1997-2000; The Record of the Black Dragon Year, 2000; Myths of Korea, 2000; The Columbia Anthology of Traditional Korean Poetry, 2002. TRANSLATOR & EDITOR: Kranich am Meer, 1959; Anthology of Korean Poetry, 1964; Poems from Korea, 1974. Address: Dept. of East Asian Languages and Cultures, University of California, Los Angeles, Box 951540, Los Angeles, CA 90095-1540, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]