A series inaugurated in 1962 to bring to public attention the results of significant new research on modern and contemporary East Asia. The books are published by academic and trade presses and represent scholars of East Asia from around the world.
Inaugurated in 2000, this series includes books on Asian subjects that cross the usual boundary between scholarly monographs and more encompassing general works for the classroom and the educated general reader.
A series of high quality translations of works in Asian languages for scholars, students, and the interested general reader.
Academic year reports detailing the scholars and activities of the Institute.
The newsletter of the Institute, The Reed is published each semester and provides news about the Institute, its faculty, and alumni.
The Journal of Korean Studies (JKS) is dedicated to publishing quality articles, in all disciplines, on a broad range of topics concerning Korea, both historical and contemporary.
The Center for Korean Research and Columbia University Press are pleased to announce a new Korean studies book initiative awarding a subvention each year on a competitive basis to an author who has secured a contract from Columbia University Press for an outstanding Korea-related book in any academic discipline and covering any time period.