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Heyryun Koh: Buddhistische Kunst Koreas. Neue Ikonographische Studien anhand des Maitreya vom Typ siwei


Heyryun Koh, Ph.D.




Koh, HeyRyun, Die Ikonographie der Maitreyafigur mit gekreuzten Füßen und des Tusita-Himmels, dargestellt anhand des Sutra von der Visualisierung der Wiedergeburt des Bodhisattva Maitreya im himmlischen Paradies Tusita (Heidelberg 2018)

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  Koh HeyRyun, : 미륵과 도솔천의 도상학 (Miluk kwa Dosolcheon ui Dosanghak) Ikonographie der Maitreya Figur and Tusita Heaven (Seoul: Ilzhogak, 2011) pp.379.
  Koh HeyRyun, We read the Civilization by Library (도서관으로 문명을 읽다), Studia Humanitatis 6 (Seoul: Hangilsa 2016)
  Koh HeyRyun; A. Schottenhammer (ed.), Trading Networks in Early Modern East Asia (Harrassowitz Verlag 2010)

Koh HeyRyun; A. Schottenhammer (ed.), The East Asian Maritime World, 1400-1800. Its Fabrics of Power and Dynamics of Exchanges (Harrassowitz, 2007)

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  • “天津天后宮過會行會圖硏究” in: 當代社會中的傳統生活國際學術硏討會論文集 (2013), pp 339~340
  • "A Restudy on the Iconography of Three Buddha Figure at Mt. Danseoksan" in History of Silla(2013), pp. 411~440
  • “Iconography of Greeting(來迎)-maitreya Figur in the Northern Dynasties – Focusing on the Figure of 191. Cave at the Maijishan Grottos 麥積山石窟” in: History & the World 43 (2013), pp. 25~51.
  • “The Legitimacy of Northern Wei Dynasty and Realization of the Thought of ‘King is Buddha王卽佛’” in: Prehistory and Ancient History 37 (2012), pp. 31~62.
  • “A Study of Revealed Natural Concept in Huaxiangshi (畵像石 Han Dynasty Pictorial Carving)” in: The Journal of Chinese Historical Researches 76(2012), pp. 1~36.
  • “Iconography of Contemplating (思惟) Figure in Northern Wei Dynasty” in: The Journal of Chinese Historical Researches 72 (2011), pp. 1~38.
  • “A Study on the Street Parade of Emperor Club” in: History & the Boundaries 75 (2010), pp. 91~130
  • “Functions of the goddess Mazu” in East Asian Maritime History 9, pp. 51~100.
  • “Das Shang-sheng Sutra 上生經” in: Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morgenländischen Gesellschaft 159 (ZDMG 2009), pp.105~128
  • “Iconography of Ban Jieyu (班婕妤)” in: Journal of Chinese Historical Researches 59(2009), pp. 97~113
  • “ A Note on the Sea Route between Cheju Island and Zhejiang Province“, in East Asian Maritime History 4 , pp. 151~168
  • “Empororfest and Mazu-temple in Choson Dynasty” in: Journal of Chinese Historical Researches 50 (2007), pp. 223~252
  • “The Cult of Mazu on the Coast of the East China Sea ” in: Journal of the Island Culture 25 (2005) pp.161~200
  • “(transl.) Ein historischer Rückblick. Grund für die Seeverbotpolitik der frühen Ming-Regierung (1368-1644) und deren Aufhebung im Jahre 1567” in: Journal of the Island Culture 25 (2005) pp.129~160
  • PhD. Dissertation. Microfish: “The iconography of the Maitreya figure with crossed legs and Tusita heaven, based on the Sutra about the visualization of the rebirth of the Bodhisattva Maitreya in the heavenly paradise Tusita” (PhD. Dissertation. Microfish: Signatur UB in Heidelberg: 2003 Q 37). Heidelberg: 2003.2
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