1. Korean Musical Instruments: A Practical Guide. Seoul: Se-Kwang Music Publishing, 1988. 288pp, 43 photographs, 33 staff and Korean notations, glossary, 49 figures and tables.
2. Bands, Songs, and Shamanistic Rituals: Folk Music in Korean Society. Seoul: Royal Asiatic Society, Korea Branch, 1989; 2nd edition 1990. xv + 295pp, 16 photographs, musical examples, 18 figures and maps, glossary.
3. The Sounds of Korea. Co-authored with Yun Chunggang, with translations by Paek Inok and Nam Sangsuk. Seoul: Korea Overseas Information Service, 1990. 132 pages.
4. Shamans and Cultures: The Regional Aspects of Shamanism. Editor, with Mihaly Hoppal, author of ‘Introduction’ and one chapter. Budapest: Akadémiai Kéido/Los Angeles: International Society for Trans-Oceanic Research, 1993. xi+302pp. ISBN 963 05 6590 0.
5. Korean Musical Instruments. Images of Asia series. Hong Kong: Oxford University Press, 1995. ISBN 0-19-586177-9. viii+ 72pp and 24 colour plates.
6. True Stories of the Korean Comfort Women. English editor, and author of introduction and first article (pages v-viii and 1-10). London: Cassell, 1995. ISBN 0-304-33262-3/0-304-33264-X. viii + 200pp.
7. Korea: People, Country and Culture. Editor of complete text with Susan Pares and Tessa English, and author of introduction, preface, and pages 20-51, 85-92, 105-109, 116-121, 134-141, and author/co-author of 25 factsheets. London: SOAS, 1996. ISBN 0 7286 0266 0. xvi + 223pp + 25 4pp factsheets.
8. Korean Shamanism: Revivals, Survivals, and Change. Editor, and writer of preface and two chapters: chapter 1 and 12 (pages v-vi, 1-13 and 187-215). Seoul: Korea Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society/Seoul Press, 1998. ISBN 89-7225-084-8. viii + 258pp.
9. Korea and Britain: A Celebration of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II's State Visit to the Republic of Korea. London/Seoul: Foreign and Commonwealth Office/British Embassy, 1999. 72 pp.
10. Korean Music: A Listening Guide. Seoul: National Center for Korean Traditional Performing Arts, 1999. ii + 168pp. ISBN 89-85952-9912.
11. Cultural Diversity in Music Education: Directions and Challenges for the 21st century. Co-editor, with Patricia Campbell, John Drummond, Peter Dunbar-Hall, Huib Schippers & Trevor Wiggins, Brisbane: Australian Academic Press, 2005 (2nd edition 2008). ISBN 1875378596.
11. Preserving Korea Music: Intangible Cultural Properties as Icons of Identity. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2006. xvi+228pp, map, 20 photographs, 7 tables, 6 notations, audio CD. ISBN 0 7546 3892 8.
12. Creating Korea Music: Tradition, Innovation, and the Discourse of Identity. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2006. xviii+242pp, 8 photographs, 2 tables, 28 notations and audio CD, ISBN 0 7546 5729 9.
13. Riding the Wave: Korean Pop Music. Editor, and author of introduction (vii–xi) and two chapters (82–98 &154–67). Hastings: Global Oriental (distributed in the US by Hawaii University Press), 2006. xiv+250 pages. ISBN 1-905246-22-6.
14. Zimbabwean Mbira Music on an International Stage: Chartwell Dutiro’s Life in Music. Co-editor with Chartwell Dutiro, writer of preface and chapter 1. Aldershot: Ashgate. 2007. xii+108pp, notations and audio CD. ISBN 978-0-7546-5799-6.
15. Korean Kayagum Sanjo. Co-authored with Lee Chaesuk and Nicholas Casswell. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2008. xii+160pp, including 56pp notation and 2 audio CDs. ISBN 9780754663621.
16. Singing the Kyrgyz Manas: Saparbek Kasmambetov’s Recitations of Epic Poetry. Co-authored with Saparbek Kasmambetov (with Gulnara Kasmabaetova, Razia Sultanova and Gouljan Arslan). Leiden: Brill, 2011. With two audio CDs. xx + 151pp. ISBN 978 19 06 87638 8.
17. Music as Intangible Cultural Heritage: Policy, Ideology and Practice in the Preservation of East Asian Traditions. Edited volume, author of Chapters 1 and 6, 1–21 and 113–139. Farnham: Ashgate, 2012. 280pp. ISBN 978-1-4094-3907-3. Paperback edition, Abingdon: Routledge, 2016. ISBN 978-1-1-38-24546-4.
18. SamulNori: Korean Percussion for a Contemporary World. Farnham: Ashgate. 2015. 230pp, 21 illustrations and 12 music notations. ISBN 978-1-4724-6289-3.
19. Korean Musical Instruments: A Practical Guide. Rewritten, revised, and updated from 1988 volume. 432pp, including 80 illustrations and 70pp of notations. Seoul: Minsokwon. 2015. ISBN 9788928507818.
20. Transcultural Fandom and the Globalization of Hallyu. Co-edited with Gil-sung Park and Nissim Otmazgin. Seoul: Korea University Press, 2019. 264pp. ISBN 9791190205146.
21. Songs for “Great Leaders:” Ideology and Creativity in North Korean Music and Dance. New York: Oxford University Press, 2020. x+349pp, 16 illustrations, 3 tables, and 18 notations. ISBN 9780190077518.
22. Presence Through Sound: Place and contemporary music in East Asia. Co-edited with Catherine Ingram. Abingdon: Routledge, 2020. xii+245pp. ISBN 9780367345082.
23. Performing Arts of North Korea. Korean Musicology Series 10. Editor. Seoul: National Gugak Center. 2019. 280pp. ISBN 979118913232393670.
Live Music vs Audio Tourism: world music and the changing music industry’. SOAS, University of London, 2009. 37pp. ISBN 978 07286 0385 1.
1. ‘Volksmusik’, in Welt Musik: Korea: 129-156. Mainz: Schott, 1985.
2. ‘Haewe eso ponun Ch'oe Soshim ui Kanggangsullae [Looking from abroad at Ch'oe Soshim's Kanggangsullae]’, in The Deep-Rooted Tree Oral Histories 6: The Life of the Kanggangsullae Performer, Ch'oe Soshim: 144-148. Seoul: Ppuri kip'un namu, 1990.
3. ‘Musicology as a science: 30 years of indigenous Korean music studies’, in Max Peter Baumann, Artur Simon and Ulrich Wegner (eds), European Studies in Ethnomusicology: Historical Developments and Recent Trends: 52-66. Wilhelmshaven: Florian Noetzel, 1992.
4. ‘Samul Nori: a re-interpretation of a Korean folk tradition for urban and international audiences’, in Tradition and its future in music: 539-546. Tokyo/Osaka: Mita Press, 1991.
5-11. Articles, biographies, and work lists of seven Korean composers—Hwang Byung-ki, Sukhi Kang, Kim Young Dong, Paik Byung-dong, Yi Sanggyu, Yi Songch’on, Isang Yun—in Pamela Collins and Brian Morton, eds, Contemporary Composers: 436-8, 465-7, 490-1, 718-720, 984-5, 985-7, 988-991. London and Chicago: St James’ Press, 1992.
12. ‘Variants on a theme: learning Korean music’, in Huib Schippers, ed., Teaching World Music: 63-70. VKV: Utrecht, 1992.
13. ‘Without ecstasy, is there shamanism in Southwest Korea?’ In Keith Howard and Mihaly Hoppal, eds, Shamans and Cultures: Regional Aspects of Shamanism: 3-14. Budapest: Akadémiai Kiadó/Los Angeles: ISTOR, 1993.
14-17. Articles, bibliographies, and work lists of four Korean women composers, in Rhian Samuel, ed., New Grove Dictionary of Women Composers. London: Macmillan, 1994.
18. ‘Teaching Musics of the World: Perspectives’, in Margot Leith Philipp and Andreas Gutzwiller, eds, Teaching Musics of the World: 267-288. Basel: Conservatory of Music/Ludwigsberg: Ed.Philipp, 1995.
19. ‘Gender issues in the conservation of Korean music: presumptive observations’, in Lux Oriente—Begegnungen der Kulturen in der Musikforschung:Festschrift Robert Gunther zum 65. Geburtstag: 181-195. Gustav Bosse Verlag: Köln. 1995.
20. ‘A Korean Tragedy’, in Keith Howard, ed., True Stories of the Korean Comfort Women: 1-11. London: Cassell, 1995.
21. ‘Shamanism’ (and bibliography), in John R Hinnells, ed., A New Dictionary of Religions: 466-467 and 620-624. Oxford: Blackwell, 1995.
22. ‘Juche and Culture: What's New?’ In Hazel Smith, Chris Rhodes, Diana Pritchard, Kevin McGill, eds, North Korea in a New World Order: 169-195. Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1996.
23. ‘Folk music and folk bands’, in Korean Cultural Heritage: Performing Arts: 58-63. Seoul: Korea Foundation, 1997.
24. ‘Korea’, MGG, new edition, Bd. 5: 734-746 and 756. Kassel: Barenreiter, 1996. Updated and revised version, with extended bibliography, 2016 and also available at MGG Online, at https://mgg-online.com/search?s=1&n=20&t=all&q=Korea&within=all&dbScope=all (In German).
25. ‘Korean Studies Overseas’, in Kwon Tai-Hwan and Oh Myung-Seok, eds, Asian Studies in the Age of Globalization: 57-82. Seoul: Seoul National University Press, 1998.
24. ‘Blending the Wine and Stretching the Wineskins: New Korean Music for Old Korean Instruments’, in Essays in Musicology: An Offering in Celebration of Lee Hye-ku on his Ninetieth Birthday: 501-36. Seoul: Seoul National University, 1998.
25-26. ‘Korean Shamanism Today’ and ‘Preserving the spirits? Korean shaman rituals, state sponsorship, and performance’, in Keith Howard, ed., Korean Shamanism: Revivals, Survivals, and Change: 1-14 and 187-215. Seoul: Korea Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society/Seoul Press, 1998.
27. ‘Korean Tradition in Isang Yun’s Composition Style’, Ssi-ol. Almanach 1998/99: 67-106. Berlin: Internationale Isang Yun Gesellschaft e.V, 1999.
28. ‘Shamanism, Music, and the Soul Train’, in Peregrine Horden, ed., Music as Medicine: The History of Music Therapy Since Antiquity: 353-74. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2000.
29. ‘Sacred and Profane: Music in Korean Shaman Rituals,’ in Karen Macleod O’Keefe and Graham Harvey, eds, Music in Indigenous Religions. London: Ashgate, 2000.
30-42. Articles on Korean composers for The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians II: Byungki Hwang, Kang Sukhi, Kim Chunggil, Kim Kisu, Kim Sunnam, Kim Young-dong, Youngja Lee, Lee Chan Hee, Younghi Pagh-Paan, Byung-dong Paik, Suh Kyungsu and Yi Sung Chun. Vols 12: 8-9; 13: 531-2, 596, 596-7, 598-9, 599; 14: 461, 470-1; 18: 896-7, 901; 24: 663-6; 27: 661. Basingstoke: Macmillan, 2000/electronic, 2001/print.
43. Article on North Korean music for The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians. Vol.13: 815-7. Basingstoke: Macmillan, 2000/electronic, 2001/print.
44. ‘North Korea: songs for the Great Leader, with instructions from the Dear Leader’, in Marc Orange et al eds, Mélanges offerts a Li Ogg et Daniel Bouchez: 103-30. Cahiers d’Études Coréennes 7. Paris: College de France, 2001.
45. ‘Connections to Siberia in Korean Shaman Music’, in Baikalskie Vstrechi III: Kooltoor Naradov Sibiri: 8-14. Ulan Ude (Buryatia Republic, Russian Federation): VSGAKI (Academy of Culture and Arts), 2001.
46. ‘Mode as a scholarly construct in Korean music’ in Clarence Barlow, ed., The Ratio Book: 176-197. Köln: Feedback Studio Verlag, 2001.
47. ‘Lee Hye-Ku and the Development of Korean Musicology’, in Exploring the Origin of Homo Koreanus: 303-319. Taegu: Academia Koreana of Keimyung University, 2002. ISBN 0-9657616-3-0 (see also under ‘Journals’ below).
48. ‘Exploding Ballads: The Transformation of Korean Pop Music’, in Tim Craig and Richard King, eds, Global Goes Local: Popular Culture in Asia: 80-95. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 2002. ISBN 0-7748-0874-8.
49. ‘Korean folksongs for a contemporary world’, in Nathan Hesselink, ed., New Trends in Korean Music: chapter 7. Korea Research Monograph 27. Berkeley: Institute of East Asian Studies, University of California Press, 2001.
50-53. ‘Nongak (P’ungmul nori)’, ‘Contemporary Genres’ ‘Social & Regional Contexts’ and ‘Discography’, in Garland Encyclopedia of World Music, vol. 7, Robert C. Provine, Yoshiko Tokumaru and J. Lawrence Witzleben. eds, East Asia: China, Japan, & Korea: 929-40, 951-74, 981-99, 1085-8, & vol.10, Ruth Stone, ed., The World’s Music: General Perspectives and Reference Tools: 521-4. New York: Garland. 2002.
54-55. ‘Seoul Blues: the determinants of emotion in Korean music’. In Kugakhak nonmunjip [Collected Essays in Korean Music; festschrift for Prof. Kim Chongja: 907-933. Seoul: Minsogwon, 2002. A second version of this chapter published in Michel Demeuldre, ed., Sentiments doux-amers dans les musiques du monde: Délectations moroses dans les blues, fado, tango, flamenco, rebetiko, p’ansori, ghazal…: 155-67. Bruxelles: L’Harmattan, 2004. ISBN 2-2475-6290-5.
56-57. With Martin Spangenberg, ‘Perspectives on Isang Yun’s Second Clarinet Quintet’. In Vom rechten Thon der Orgeln und anderer Instrumenten. Festschrift Christian Ahrens zum 60. Geburtstag. Köstritzer Shriften 2: 255-268. Bad Köstritz, 2003. ISBN 3-9806208-5-9. Also published in Ssi-ol Almanach 2002-2003: 123-37. Berlin: Internationale Isang Yun Gesellschaft e.V, 2003. ISBN 3-88377-765-X.
58. ‘Chindo: Creating a Cultural Paradise’, in Kevin Dawe, ed., Island Musics: 99-121. Oxford and New York: Berg, 2004. ISBN 1 85973 797 8/1 85973 703 X.
59. ‘Music for the Great Leader: policy and practice in North Korea’, in Marie Korpe, ed., Shoot the Singer! Music Censorship Today: 29-38. London/New York: Zed Books, 2004. ISBN 1842775049/1842775057.
60-61. ‘Dancing for the Eternal President’, in Annie Janeiro Randall, ed., Music, Power, and Politics: 113-132. New York: Routledge, ISBN 0-415-94364-7. 2005. A shorter version designed for North Korean consumption published in Jane Portal and Beth McKillop, eds, North Korean Culture and Society. The British Museum Research Publication 151: 45-50. London; British Museum, 2004. ISBN 0 86159 1518.
62. ‘Teaching Korean SamulNori: Challenges in the Transmission of Korean Percussion’. In Patricia Shehan Campbell, John Drummond, Peter Dunbar-Hall, Keith Howard, Huib Schippers and Trevor Wiggins, eds, Cultural Diversity in Music Education: Directions and Challenges for the 21st century: 133-142. Brisbane: Australian Academic Press, 2005. ISBN 1 875378 59 6.
63-64. Articles on ‘Pyongyang’ and ‘North Korea’ in Contimuum Encyclopaedia of Popular Music of the World. Brighton: Continuum, 2005.
65. ‘Issues in the Preservation and Conservation of Traditional Performing Arts’, in Proceedings of the UNESCO Conference on Maqam, Sharq Taronalari 2005. Tashkent: UNESCO, 2005.
66-68. ‘Introduction’, ‘Coming of Age: Korean Pop in the 1990s’ and ‘The People Defeated Will Never Be United: Pop Music and Ideology in North Korea’, in Keith Howard, ed., Korean Pop Music: Riding the Wave: vii–xi, 82–98 and 154–67. Folkestone: Global Oriental, 2006.
69. ‘Memories of Fieldwork: Understanding “humanly organised sound” through the Venda’. In Suzel Ana Reily, ed., The Musical Human: Rethinking John Blacking’s Ethnomusicology in the Twenty-First Century: 17–35. Ashgate: Aldershot, 2006. ISBN 0 7546 5138 X.
70. ‘Practice-led research: putting Asian music performers centre-stage’, in Essays for Dr Lee Hye-ku, in celebration of his 100th birthday: 705–34. Seoul: Korean Musicological Society, 2008.
71. ‘Professional Music: Instrumental’, in Byong Won Lee and Yong-Shik Lee, eds, Music of Korea: 127–143. Seoul: National Center for Korean Traditional Performing Arts, 2007.
72. ‘Recording Pansori’, in Yong-Shik Lee, ed., Pansori. Music of Korea II: 163–82. Seoul: National Center for Korean Traditional Performing Arts, 2008.
73. ‘KOREA: Rhythms from Seoul (and beyond)’, in Rough Guide to World Music, Vol.2: Europe, Asia and the Pacific: London: The Rough Guides, 2009: 656–63. ISBN 9781843538660.
74. 'Sanjo Evolution and Transmission', in Sanjo. Korean Musicology Series III: 45-71. Seoul: National Center for Korean Traditional Performing Arts, 2009. ISBN 978-89-85952-12-5.
75. ‘Piri/P’iri: Isang Yun’s composition and the Korean oboe’, in Ssi-ol Almanach 2004-09: 109-130. Berlin: Internationalen Isang Yun Gesellschaft e.V, 2009.
76. ‘Music Across the DMZ’. In John Morgan O’Connell and Salwa El-Shawan Castelo-Branco, eds, Music in Conflict: 67-88. Indiana: University of Illinois Press, 2010. ISBN 9780252077388/9780252035456.
77. ‘Rebranding Korea: Creating a New Old Music’, in Laurel Kendall, ed., Consuming Korean Tradition in Early and Late Modernity: Commodification, Tourism, and Performance: 195–215. Honolulu: Hawaii University Press. 2010. ISBN 978-0-8248-3393-0.
78. ‘Redefining Koreanness: North Korea, musicology, ideology, and “improved” Korean instruments’, in Rudiger Frank, editor, Exploring North Korean Arts: 181–91. Vienna: Universität Wien/MAK, 2011. ISBN 9 783869 842141.
79. Authenticity and Authority: Conflicting agendas in the preservation of Korea’s Intangible Cultural Heritage’, in Keith Howard, editor, Music as Intangible Cultural Heritage: 113–140. Farnham: Ashgate, 2012. ISBN 978-1-4094-3907-3.
80. ‘Introduction: East Asian Music as Intangible Cultural Heritage’, in Keith Howard, editor, Music as Intangible Cultural Heritage: 1–21. Farnham: Ashgate, 2012. ISBN 978-1-4094-3907-3.
81. ‘Canonic repertoires in Korean traditional music’, in Haekyung Um and Hyunjoo Lee, eds, Rediscovering Traditional Korean Performing Arts: 88–96. Seoul: Korea Arts Management Service/Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, 2012. ISBN 978-89-98604-00-4.
82. ‘Developing SOAS Radio’, in Soichiro Itoda, Hans Karlsson and Ken Aihara, eds, The Tokyo-Edo Radio Challenge: The role of university radio in internationalisation and social contribution: 51–56 (Japanese version) and 54–59 (English version). Tokyo: Meiji University, 2012.
83-86. ‘Cultural Asset System’, ‘Folk Music’, ‘Western Music’, ‘Musical Instruments’, in Yang-hi Choe-Wall, ed., Encyclopaedia of Korea: 323–4 and 937–62. Canberra: Australian National University, 1999/2013. Available at: http://openresearch-repository.anu.edu.au/handle/1885/10445.
87-88. Articles on 'Shin minyo' and 'Trot' for Encyclopaedia of Popular Music of the World. Brighton: Continuum, 2014.
89. ‘Korean music before and after the West’, in Philip V. Bohlman, ed, The Cambridge History of World Music: 321–51. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013.
90. ‘The Korean Wave’, in Music, the Definitive Visual History: The Story of Music from Prehistory to the Present Day. London: Dorling Kindersley/Washington: Smithsonian. 2013. ISBN 978-1409320791.
91. ‘Preserving Korean Identity through Intangible Cultural Heritage’, in Caroline Bithell and Juniper Hill eds, Oxford Handbook of Music Revival:135–59. New York: Oxford University Press, 2014.
92. ‘Foreword,’ in Jonathan McCollum and David Hebert, eds, Theory and Method in Historical Ethnomusicology: ix–xvi. Lanham MD: Rowman & Littlefield/Lexington, 2014. ISBN 9780739168264.
93. ‘Contested Contextualization: The Historical Constructions of East Asian Music,’ in Jonathan McCollum and David Hebert, eds, Theory and Method in Historical Ethnomusicology: 337–60. Lanham MD: Rowman and Littlefield/Lexington, 2014. ISBN 978-0-7391-6826-4.
94. ‘Fighting the Superstition of Tradition: Christianity and Korean Music’, in Suzel Ana Reily, ed, Oxford Handbook of Music and World Christianities: 629–48. New York: Oxford University Press. 2016. ISBN 978-0-19-985999-3.
95. ‘SamulNori: Sustaining an Emerging Korean Percussion Tradition’. In Huib Schippers and Catherine Grant, eds, Sustainable Futures for Music Cultures: An Ecological Perspective: 239–70. New York: Oxford University Press, 2016. ISBN 978-0-19-025907-5.
96. ‘Mapping K-Pop Past and Present: Shifting the Modes of Exchange’, in Ingyu Oh and Gil-Sung Park, eds, The Political Economy of Business Ethics in East Asia: A Historical and Comparative Perspective: 95–111. Cambridge, MA: Elsevier, 2016. ISBN 978-0-08-100690-0. (Revised version of Korea Observer article, for which see ‘Articles in Journals’ below.)
97. ‘Blowing and Hitting: Music for Korean Envoys.’ In Anna Contadini, ed., Celebrating Art and Music: The SOAS Collections: 218–231. London: SOAS, University of London, 2017. ISBN 978-1-78808-725-4.
98. ‘Korean traditional music viewed through its instruments/La musica tradicional de Corea vista a través dels seus instruments/La música tradicional coreana vista a través de sus instrumentos’, in Horacio Curti, ed., Eolssigu! The Sounds of Korea/Els Sons de Corea/Los sonidos de Corea: 26–55. Barcelona: Museu de la Música, 2017. ISBN 978-84-915-6037-1.
99. ‘Music in Korea: Definitions and Practices,’ in Reinhard Strohm, ed., Studies on a Global History of Music: 198–219. Abingdon: Routledge, 2018. ISBN 9781138058835.
100. ‘What is it about the Koreans?’ In Hong Sah-myung, Who Are Koreans? 7–10. Seoul: Ta’ung, 2018. ISBN 970-11-962237-0-0.
101. ‘The Life and Death of Music as East Asian Intangible Cultural Heritage,’ in David Hebert, ed., International Perspectives on Translation, Education, and Innovation in Japanese and Korean Studies: 35–55. Heidelberg: Springer, 2018. ISBN 978-3-319-68432-1.
102. ‘Afterword’ in Barley Norton and Naomi Matsumoto, eds, Music as Heritage: Historical and Ethnographic Perspectives: 278–83. Abingdon: Routledge, 2018. ISBN 978-138-22804-7.
103. ‘Ethnomusicology by whatever name: cultural relativism, cultural “ringers”, and the rest of us’. In Kimasi Browne and Zhang Boyu, eds, Musicking the Soul. Beijing: China Conservatoire. 2019.
104. ‘Writing Hallyu, Defining Fandom,’ in Gil-sung Park, Nissim Otmazgin and Keith Howard eds, Transcultural Fandom and the Globalization of Hallyu: 231–56. Seoul: Korea University Press, 2019.
105. ‘Preface,’ co-written with Gil-sung Park and Nissim Otmazgin, in Gil-sung Park, Nissim Otmazgin and Keith Howard eds, Transcultural Fandom and the Globalization of Hallyu: 5–7. Seoul: Korea University Press, 2019.
106. ‘Introduction: Reflections on the significance of place for East Asian musics,’ and ‘The constructed soundscapes of place in Korea, South and North,’ in Keith Howard and Catherine Ingram, eds, Presence Through Sound: Place and contemporary music in East Asia: 1–11 and 102–117. Abingdon: Routledge, 2020.
Submitted but not yet published:
107. ‘Korea and the world: Jinhi Kim as composer, performer and improviser,’ in (as yet untitled) book on Jinhi Kim. Ann Arbor: Michigan University Press (submitted June 2010).
108. ‘Tradition as Construction: Embedding Form in Two Korean Music Genres’, in Andrew Jackson and Cedarbough T. Saiji, eds, Invented Traditions in Korea. Honolulu: Hawai’i University Press (2020).
109. ‘North Korea: Controlling the Airwaves and Harmonising the People’, in Lonan O’Briain and Min Yen Ong, eds, Sounded Communities: Music, Media, and Technology in the Asia Pacific. New York: Bloomsbury (in press).
110. ‘The evolution of cultural policy and practice in North Korea, seen through the journal Chosŏn ŭmak (Korean music),’ in Adrian Buzo, ed., The Routledge Handbook to North Korea. Submitted.
111. ‘Blowing and Hitting: Korean Envoys, Processionals, and Martial Music.’ In Reinhard Strohm, ed., Transcultural Music History (Berlin: Berliner Wissenschafts Verlag, 2020).
112. ‘The future of the past: musical instruments as/for intangible cultural heritage.’ In Huib Schippers and Tony Seeger, eds, Sound Futures: Critical Developments in Music Sustainability. New York: Oxford University Press (submitted).
113. ‘The rise and rise of K-pop: a pocket history.’ In Simone Krüger-Bridge, ed., The Oxford Handbook of Global Popular Music. New York: Oxford University Press (submitted).
+. Articles, biographies and worklists of two Korean composers—Isang Yun and Younghi Pagh-Paan—for Contemporary Composers, 2nd Edition. Detroit: Gale. Five articles, biographies and worklists, on Hwang Byung-ki, Sukhi Kang, Kim Young Dong, Paik Byung-dong, and Yi Sung chun, revised and updated for Contemporary Composers, 2nd edition; Articles on Kim Young Dong, Kim Jin Hi, SamulNori, Seoul Ensemble of Traditional Music, Seo Taiji, Won Il, Kim Soo Chul, and Fong Naam for Bakers Biographical Dictionary of World Music.
1. ‘Ŭmak chŏk ŏnŏwa sahoe chŏk ŭmak [Music language and social music]’, Han'guk ŭmak yŏn'gu (Journal of the Korean Musicological Society) 12: 65-75. 1982.
2. ‘Nongak, the changgu, and Kim Pyŏng-sŏp's Kaein changgu nori (1)’, Korea Journal 23/5: 15-31. 1983.
3. ‘Nongak, the changgu, and Kim Pyŏng-sŏp's Kaein changgu nori (2)’, Korea Journal 23/6: 23-34. 1983.
4. ‘Korean music in Britain’, Korea Journal 24/4: 55-59. 1984.
5. ‘Korea’s Intangible Cultural Assets. A review of the 18th festival of Human Cultural Assets’, Korea Journal 26/1: 61-68. 1986.
6. ‘Bands and songs. Historical precedents for the contemporary confluence of rural and urban folk music styles in Korea’, World of Music 1986/2: 14-26.
7. ‘An introduction to Korea’s folk bands and folk songs’, Korea Journal 27/8: 28-48. 1987.
8. ‘Han'guk minsok ŭmage ŭi minjok ŭmakhakchŏk chŏpkun’, Ŭmak kyoyuk 1987/11: 144-153.1987 (revised edition of ‘Korean musicians as creators of musical knowledge’ in Korean).
9. ‘Namdo tŭl norae: Ritual and the Korean Intangible Cultural Asset system’, in Clark Sorenson, ed., Journal of Ritual Studies 3/2 (Summer 1989): 205-218. 1989.
10. ‘East meets West? Korean notation systems and the use of Western notation for Korean music’, Bulletin of the International Council for Traditional Music, UK Chapter 23 (Summer 1989): 16-28 and 24 (Autumn 1989): 38-44.
11. ‘Tashiraegi: En Corée, pas de retour apres la mort si ce n’est dans un Tresor culturel intangible’, Cahiers de Musiques traditionelles 3: 119-139. Genève: Ateliers d'ethnomusicologie, 1990.
12-13. ‘Un homme musical: Entretien avec John Blacking’, Cahiers de Musiques Traditionelles 3: 187-204. Geneve: Ateliers d'ethnomusicologie, 1990; Extended version, in English, published as ‘John Blacking: An interview’, Ethnomusicology 35/1: 55-76. 1991. Also published online on ETHNOforum(translations in Spanish, Italian, Japanese also exist).
14. ‘A detailed look at the kŏmun’go and tanso’, Korean Culture 11/2 (Summer 1990): 18-21. Los Angeles, 1990.
15-17. ‘The changgo,’ Morning Calm 14/3: 70-76; ‘The kayagŭm, mainstay of Korean classical music,’ Morning Calm 14/5: 76-80; ‘The taegŭm,’ Morning Calm 14/7: 40-43. Seoul, 1990.
18. ‘Naŭi samullori p’ae kwanch’al [Views on Samul Nori]’, Saemi kip’ŭn mul 1990/10: 80-85. Seoul: The Deep-Rooted Tree, 1990.
19. ‘260 Ritmische variaties, Korea’, in Wereld Muziek 1990/5, Spiegels van het Oosten: 12-13. Amsterdam, 1990.
20-23. Questionnaire on cultural awareness and rationale of research project, in Korean, in Kyeksŏk [Auditorium] 1990/8; preliminary results of questionnaire in Kyeksŏk 1990/11; results of questionnaire in Kyeksŏk 1991/3: 184-187 (Kajang chohahanŭn yesulganŭn ‘Samul Nori p’ae’ kurigo chŏngmyŏnghun, chŏnggyŏnghwa...) and Shisa Journal 1991/3/7: 73 (Chŏngbu chŏnt’ong munhwa yuksŏng yŏlmaega ssŭda).
24. ‘Why do it that way? Rhythmic models and motifs in Korean percussion bands’, Asian Music XXIII/1 (Fall/Winter 1991/1992): 1-59. 1991.
25. ‘Why should Korean shamans be women?’ Papers of the British Association for Korean Studies 1: 75-96. 1991.
26. ‘Paper symbols in Ssikkim kut, a Korean shaman ritual’, in Alexandre Guillemoz, ed., Cahiers d'extreme Asie 6: 65-86. 1992.
27. ‘Use and abuse in the preservation of a Korean shaman ritual’, Ethnomusicologica II, Quaderni Dell'Accademia Chigiana XLV: 169-188. 1993.
28. ‘New Views on Ethnomusicology at the 8th ESEM’ CHIME 6 (Spring 1993): 108-117. Leiden: European Foundation for Chinese Music Research, 1993.
29. ‘Where did the old music go?’ Minjok ŭmakhak (Journal of the Asian Music Research Institute, Seoul) XV: 122-151. 1993.
30. ‘Korean Studies Overseas’, Asia Journal 1/1: 71-92. Seoul. June 1994.
31. ‘Sacred and profane: Searching for the “shamanistic” kutkŏri and kindred rhythmic cycles’, Han'guk ŭmaksa hangnon XI (Journal of the Society for Korean Historico-Musicology XI): 601-642. 1993.
32. ‘Korean Folksongs and Folkbands’, Koreana 8/3: 19-23. 1994.
33. ‘Korea in the British School Curriculum’, Co-authored with Tessa English. Korea Journal 34/2 (Summer 1994): 30-47. 1994.
34. ‘The Korean kayagŭm: the making of a zither’, in Gina Barnes and Beth McKillop, eds, Papers of the British Association for Korean Studies 5: 1-22. 1994.
35-36. ‘Introduction’ and ‘Korean Music’, Gramophone World Music Supplement. April 1996.
37-38. ‘A Compact discography of Korean Traditional Music,’ Korea Journal 36/3 (Autumn 1996): 115-132 and 36/4 (Winter 1996): 120-140. Review article, with extensive introductory notes and brief commentary for 300 CDs.
39. ‘Isang Yun: A bridge between nations’, Kyoto Journal 32: 24-27. 1996.
40. ‘Singing in tongues’, Gramophone World Music Supplement: 16-18. November 1997.
41. ‘Different Spheres: Perceptions of Korean Music and Western Music in Korea’, World of Music 2/1997: 61-67. 1997.
42. ‘Performers, teachers, and scholars. Notation systems for Korean melody and rhythm’, Han'guk ŭmaksa hangnon XX (Journal of the Society for Korean Historico-Musicology XX): 593-629. 1998.
43. ‘Koreansk musik: en översikt’, Orientaliska Studier 98: 10-19. In Swedish, trans. by Anna Gustafsson Chen. 1998.
44. ‘Minyo in Korea: Songs of the people and songs for the people’, Asian Music 30/2: 1-37. 1999.
45. ‘Music in Korean Shaman Rituals’, Neue Zeit für Musikwissenschaft. Winter 1999.
46. ‘Korean Music and World Music: A consideration of Korean music recordings in the international market place’, Han’guk ŭmbanhak/Korean Discology 10: 449-458. Seoul: Han’guk ko umban yon’guhoe/Society for Korean Discology, 2000.
47. ‘Namdo tŭlnorae: Chindo ŭi muhyŏng munhwajae [Namdo Tŭl Norae: An Intangible Cultural Property from Chindo].’ Pigyo munhak yŏn’gu [Cross-Cultural Studies] 6/2: 269-280. Seoul: Institute for Cross-Cultural Studies, 2000.
48. ‘Popular music in North Korea, and a critique of Andy Kershaw’s “North Korea—pleasant snack time”’. In Pop Music in Asia, supplement in Newsletter of the International Institute for Asian Studies 26, Leiden. 2001: 12.
49. ‘Lee Hye-Ku and the Development of Korean Musicology’. Acta Koreana, 5/1 (January 2002): 77-99 (English) and Ŭmak kwa munhwa/Music and Culture, Vol.6 (March 2002): 57-84 (Korean) ISSN 1229-5930. See also under ‘chapter in books’ above.
50. Shaman music, drumming, and into the “New Age”’, Shaman vol.10/1-2 (Spring/Autumn): 59-81. 2002.
51. ‘World Music: Notes for the new Edexcel GCSE Music Specification’, Music Teacher, May 2002: 26-30. London: Reingold.
52. ‘Buddhism and the musical cultures of Asia: A critical literature survey’. Co-written with Paul D. Greene, Terry E. Miller, Phong T. Nguyen, and Hwee-San Tan) World of Music (2/2002): 135-75.
53. ‘From rap to dance: appropriation and assimilation in Korean pop music’. In Papers of the British Association for Korean Studies Vol.8: 39-55. ISBN 1-872588-13-1; ISSN 0965-1942. 2003.
54. ‘Living Human Treasures from a lost age: current issues in cultural heritage management’, with Korean translation, in Han’guk muyong kirok hakhoeji/The Korean Research Journal of Dance Documentation 3 (2002 Fall): 51-74. ISSN 1598-5458. Also published in Embracing the Other: The Interaction of Korean and Foreign Cultures. Seongnam: Academy of Korean Studies.
55-56. ‘Evoking Siberian Shamanism’. World of Music 46 (2/2004). An extract of this article is also published in Newsletter 4 of the AHRB Research Centre for Cross-Cultural Music and Dance Performance. SOAS. August 2004.
57. ‘Buddhism and the musical cultures of Asia: An annotated discography. Co-written with Paul D. Greene, Terry E Miller, Steven G Nelson, Phong T. Nguyen, and Hwee San Tan. Asian Music 35/2: 133-174. 2004.
58. ‘Teaching Samulnori’. Asian Musicology 6 (2005): 21–47. ISSN 1229-9413.
59. ‘Imploding the Percussion Gestalt: SamulNori and Emerging Korean Tradition’, Acta Koreana 9/1 (2006): 13–33. ISSN 1520-7412.
60. ‘Introduction’ to Keith Howard, ed., Music and Ritual: Musike 1/1: v–vii. Den Haag: Semar Publishers. 2006.
61. ‘Ritual, Music and Life in Tamu Shamanism’. Co-written with Yarjung Kromchai Tamu and Simon Mills. In Keith Howard, ed., Music and Ritual: Musike 1/1: 1-28. Den Haag: Semar Publishers. 2006.
61. ‘Performing Ethnomusicology: Exploring how teaching performance undermines the ethnomusicologist within university music training’. Delivered as keynote address to Cultural Diversity in Music and Dance Education symposium, December 2006. Published in Networks and Islands. Musiké 3: 25–32. Den Haag: Semar Publishers, 2007.
62. ‘Strategies for the Globalization of Korean Music’, Journal of Korean Musicology. Seoul: National Center for Korean Traditional Performing Arts, 2008. Also published in International Conference of Korean Musicologists: 349–70. Seoul: National Center for Korean Traditional Performing Arts, 2008.
63. ‘Promoting Korea to the World: Traditional Culture vs Popular Culture’, in 30th Anniversary SamulNori International Symposium: 11-29 (in both English and Korean). Seoul, SamulNori Hanullim, 2009.
64. ‘Why study ethnomusicology at university?’ Classroom Music (Spring Term 2008/2009). London: Rhinegold, 2009.
65. ‘Korean rhythm ‘n’ Seoul’, part of SOAS combined set of lesson plans, ‘KS3: east, south and south-east Asia’, Classroom Music (summer term 1, 2008/2009): 24–31 and 13pp downloadable PDF resource pack at http://www.rhinegold.co.uk/downloads/catalogue_supporting_materials/KS3%20Asian%20music%20resources.pdf. London: Rhinegold, 2009. ISBN 9 771744 612002.
66. 'Mass distraction: Public dance in enigmatic North Korea', in Dance Gazette 2009/3: 30-31. London: Royal Academy of Dance, 2009.
67. 'World music: whose music and whose world?' Omnes 1/2 (2011): 1-35. Seoul. ISSN 2093-5498.
68. ‘SamulNori: Drums (and gongs) of Affection’, in The World of Music (new series), 1/1 (2012): 15–35. ISSN 0043-8774.
69. ‘A Kwangdae in Training, 1981–1984: Fieldwork, and Learning Korean Music in Seoul and Chindo’, Papers of the British Association for Korean Studies14: 77–113. 2012. . ISBN 1-872588-13-1; ISSN 0965-1942. Eprint version at http://www.baks.org.uk/wptest/bakspapers/.
70. ‘Politik der Musik: Koreanische vs. Westliche Musik in Korea’, Kultur Korea 2013/1: 4–6. Berlin: Koreanisches Kulturzentrum, 2013. Print and eprint (at www.kulturkorea.org).
71. ‘Mapping K-Pop Past and Present: Shifting the Modes of Exchange’, Korea Observer 45/3 (Autumn 2014): 389–414. See also revised edition under ‘book chapters’.
72. ‘Politics, Parodies, and the Paradox of Psy’s “Gangnam Style”’. Romanian Journal of Social Sciences 1/2015: 13–29.
73. ‘The institutionalization of Korean traditional music (gugak). Asian Pacific Business Review. Published online January 2016 (DOI:10.1080/13602381.2015.1129769); print edition, May 2016 (ISSN 13602381), 22/3: 452–467. Also published in a Routledge book.
74. ‘Endnote’ to ‘The Durham Oriental Music Festival, and Festival of East Asian Music’. Asian Music 49/2 (Summer/Fall 2017).
75. ‘Amber Liu, K-Pop Tomboy: Reshaping Feminity in Mainstream K-Pop,’ co-written with Paola Laforgia, Kritika Kultura 29 (2017): 1–18. At: http://journals.ateneo.edu/ojs/kk/.
76. ‘K-Pop as a means to an end among Thai youth: Korean Wave as costume, food, and image in Thailand.’ With Great Lekakul. Culture and Empathy 1/1-4 (2018): 22–37. Available at: https://culturenempathy.org/k-pop-as-a-means-to-an-end-among-thai-youth-korean-wave-as-costume-food-and-image/.
77. ‘Special Section: North Korean Popular Culture’ (Introduction). European Journal of Korean Studies 19/2 (2020): 1–6. ISSN 2631-4134 (print) ISSN 2516-5399 (online).
78. ‘Guest editor’s preface,’ Yearbook for Traditional Music 52 (2020). Co-written with Tan Sooi Beng. Cambridge University Press. ISSN 0740-1558.
1. Pop Music in Asia, supplement to IIAS Newsletter 26. Interview with Keith Howard by Koen de Ceuster, introduction by Keith Howard, articles by Rachel Harris, Jeroen de Kloet, Rowan Pease, Stephen Epstein, Roald Maliangkay, Richard King, Shzr Ee Tan, Keith Howard, Anna Morcom and Jennifer Milioto Matsue. Leiden: International Institute for Asian Studies, 2001.
2. Music and Ritual. Published as Musike 1/1. Den Haag: Semar Publishers, 2006. 164pp. ISSN 1824-7199; ISBN 9788877780928.
3. Preserving Tradition, Facing the Future: Conservation and Innovation in Chinese and Korean Music. Co-edited volume with Lauren Gorfinkel, with papers by Liu Lu, Chai Changning, Lancini Jen-Hao Cheng, Chen Chu-bin, Zhang Boyu, Yang Minkang and Lam Ching-Wah, published as Asian Musicology 19. Seoul: Chungang University, 2012. 184pp. ISSN 1229-9413.
4. North Korean Popular Culture. Special section of European Journal of Korean Studies 19/2 (April 2020): 1–128. ISSN 2631-4134 (print) ISSN 2516-5399 (online).
5. Yearbook for Traditional Music vol.52. Co-edited with Tan Sooi Beng, containing papers developed from presentations at the Bangkok conference of the International Council for Traditional Music, Bangkok, 2019 (Cambridge University Press, 2020). ISSN 0740-1558.1–4. Papers of the British Association for Korean Studies, 1 (1991; 117pp), 2 (1992; 117pp), 3 (1992; 195pp) and 4 (1993; 223pp).
6–9. Papers of the British Association for Korean Studies, 1 (1991; 117pp), 2 (1992; 117pp), 3 (1992; 195pp) and 4 (1993; 223pp).
10–11. Series Editor, Papers of the British Association for Korean Studies 5 (1994; 186pp), 6 (1996; 218 pages).
12–21. Newsletter AHRC Research Centre for Cross-Cultural Music and Dance Performance, 1 (2002), 2 and 3 (2003), 4 and 5 (2004), 6 and 7 (2005), 8 (2006), 9 (2007), 10 (2008), each between 24 and 32 pages.
22-25. DISMARC Newsletters, for EU-funded project, March 2008, April 2008, June 2008, August 2008, each between 8 and 16 pages.
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2. ‘Songeum-sa’s Selections of Korean music’, Korea Journal 27/11: 47-50 and18. 1987.
3. ‘Samul Nori’, record review of four recordings, in Yearbook for Traditional Music 19: 145-7. 1987.
4. ‘The 1987 British Association for Korean Studies conference: report and summaries of papers’, in BAKS Newsletter 1. 1987.
5. ‘Recent recordings of Korean music’, in BAKS Newsletter 2: 9-14. 1987.
6. ‘Ppuri kip’ŭn namu palto sori (The Deep-Rooted Tree Collection of Korean Folksongs)’, record review of 11 LPs, Ethnomusicology 32/1: 165-71. 1988.
7. Review of Keith Pratt, Korean Music, Its History and Performance, in Korean Studies 12: 101-104. 1988.
8. ‘Korean Traditional Music, Vol.1 - Vol.5,’ record review of 5 CDs, World of Music 1988/2: 95-99 and 1988/3: 101-105. 1988.
9. ‘Korean Traditional Music, Vol.6-Vol.11,’ record review of 6 CDs, Yearbook for Traditional Music 20: 237-41. 1989.
10–12. Reviews of three books published by Cambridge University Press: John Blacking, A Commonsense View of All Music, Anthony Seeger, Why Suya Sing, and Peter Cooke, The Fiddle Tradition of the Shetland Isles, in Journal of the Royal Musical Association 114/1: 112-116. 1989.
13. Review of Chungnim C. Han, Social Organization in Upper Han Hamlet of Korea, in Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies LII/3: 596-597. 1989.
14. Review of Robert F. Spencer, Yogong: Factory Girl. Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies LII/3: 597-598. 1989.
15. Review of Laurel Kendall, The Life and Hard Times of a Korean Shaman. Man. 1989.
16. Review of Yi Sora, Han’guk ŭi nongyo 3 [Farming Songs of Korea]. Korea Journal 30/4: 48-50. 1990.
17. ‘Han’guk ŭmak sŏnjip (Selections of Korean Traditional Music), vols 7-10’, review of 12 cassettes, Korea Journal 30/9: 53-55. 1990.
18. Reviews of recordings of p'ansori, 5 sets of CDs, two LPs. Korea Journal 30/10: 59-61. 1990.
19–21. Review of three volumes published by Cambridge University Press: James Kippen, The Tabla of Lucknow, Bell Yung, Cantonese Opera, and Richard Widdess (ed), Musica Asiatica 5, in Journal of the Royal Musical Association, 115/2: 252-255. 1990.
22. ‘The Durham Samul Nori: Korean Music from Britain’, Morning Calm, 14/11: 57. 1990.
23. Review of Song Bang-Song, The Sanjo Tradition of Korean Kŏmun’go Music. World of Music 32/2: 101-103. 1990.
24. Review of The Deep-Rooted Tree Sanjo Collection (8 LPs) and The Deep-Rooted Tree Collection of Korean Songs of Sorrow (3 LPs). World of Music: 32/3: 95-98. 1990.
25-31. Reviews of Georgie M. Hyde, South Korea: Education, Culture and Economy, James Huntley Grayson, Korea: A Religious History, Chung Chong-wha, ed., Korean Classical Literature: An Anthology, Kim Dong-ni, The Shaman Sorceress, Martine Aepli, Korea, and two translations by Kevin O'Rourke. All in Papers of the British Association for Korean Studies 2: 105-116. 1992.
32. Review of Michael E. Robinson, Cultural Nationalism in Colonial Korea, 1920-1925, in Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies LV/1. 1992.
33. Review of Hermann Lautensach, Korea: A Geography Based on the Author's Travels and Literature (trans. by Eckart and Katherine Dege), in Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies LV/1. 1992.
34. Review of Musica Asiatica 6 in Music and Letters 73/2 (May 1992): 319-322.
35-36. Rev. of Simon Winchester, Korea: A Walk through the Land of Miracles, & J. Hoare & S. Pares, Korea: An Introduction, in Cahiers d’extreme Asie 6: 329-331. 1992.
37. Review of Laurel Kendall, Shamans, Housewives, and Other Restless Spirits, in Cahiers d’extreme Asie 6:254-256. 1992.
38. Review of Robert Provine, Sources for Sino-Korean Musicology, in Ethnomusicology, 36/2: 266-269. 1992.
39. ‘VIIIe Séminaire européen d'ethnomusicologie, Genève, septembre 1991’, in Cahiers de musiques traditionelles 5: Rituelle musique: 325-336. Geneva. 1992.
40. Review of Carter J. Eckert, Ki-baik Lee, Young-ick Lew, Michael Robinson and Edward Wagner, Korea Old and New: A History. In Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, October 1992: 497-500.
41. Review of Aidan Foster-Carter, Korea's Coming Reunification: Another East Asian Superpower? In Papers of the British Association for Korean Studies 4: 217-220. 1993.
42. Review of H. J. Yassamee and K. A. Hamilton, eds, Documents on British Policy Overseas, Series II, Volume 4: Korea 1950-51. In Papers of the British Association for Korean Studies 4: 220-222. 1993. Also, in Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies LVI/3.
43. Report of ‘Teaching Music of the World’ in World of Music 35/3 (1993): 128 131.
44. ‘New music degree at SOAS.’ Teaching World Music (International Newsletter on Education in Non-Western Music in the West) 2 (Spring 1994): 1-2.
45. Review of Donald N. Clark, ed., Korea Briefing 1991. In Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies LVI/3: 630-632. October 1993.
46. Review of Donald N. Clark (ed.), Korea Briefing 1992. In Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies LVII/2: 426-7. June 1994.
47. Review of Yi Chunson, Le village clanique en Corée du Sud. In Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies LVII/2: 427-8. June 1994.
48. Review of 13 CDs of Korean music, in British Journal of Ethnomusicology 2: 157-165. 1994.
49. Review of Martin Stokes, The Arabesk Debate, in British Journal of Ethnomusicology 2: 151-2. 1994.
50. Review of Stephen J Mosher, Korea in the 1990s. In Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies LVII/3. August 1994.
51. Review of Roger J Janelli, Making Capitalism. In Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies LVIII/1. February 1995.
52. Review of Yi Mun-yol's The Poet, transl. by Brother Anthony of Taize and Chung Chong-wha. In Times Literary Supplement, 27 October 1995.
53. Review of Reginald Byron, ed., Selected Papers by John Blacking. In British Journal of Ethnomusicology 4: 161-3. March 1996.
54. Review of Charles Keil and Steven Feld, Music Grooves. In British Journal of Ethnomusicology 4: 169-71. March 1996.
55. Review of Robert E Bedeski, The Transformation of South Korea. In Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies LIX/2. April 1996.
56. Review of Aidan Foster-Carter, Korea After Kim Il Sung. In Papers of the British Association for Korean Studies 6: 215-7. March 1996.
57. Review of To Dream of Pigs. In Papers of the British Association for Korean Studies 6: 217-9. March 1996.
58. Land of Exile: Contemporary Korean Fiction, transl and ed. by Marshall R Pihl et al. In The Pacific Review 9/2. May 1996.
59. Review of Boudewijn Walraven, Songs of the Shaman. In Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies LIX/3. 1996.
60. ‘Identity through history’, review of Korean Studies workshop at Leiden University, September 1996, for IIAS Newsletter 10. Leiden: International Institute for Asian Studies, 1997. Online at: http://www.iias.nl/iiasn/10/regional/10CEDE06.html.
61. Review of Ja-Hyun Kim Haboush (translator), The Memoirs of Lady Hyegyŏng: The Autobiographical Writings of a Crown Princess of Eighteenth-Century Korea. In Journal of the Royal Society of Asian Affairs, 28/3 (October 1997): 424-25.
62. Review of Crossroads: A History of Siamese Music Reconstructed from Western Documents 1505-1932, by Terry E. Miller and Jarernchai Chonpairot. In Journal of the Royal Society of Asian Affairs, 28/2 (June 1997): 282-23.
63. Review of Korean Adoption and Inheritance: Case Studies in the Creation of a Classical Confucian Society by Mark A. Peterson. In Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society. 1997.
64. Review of Identity, Ethnicity, and Music edited by Martin Stokes. In Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, 60. 1997.
65-66. Reviews of Jonathan Stock, World Sound Matters and Malcolm Floyd, ed., World Musics in Education. In British Journal of Ethnomusicology, Vol.5: 157-61. 1997.
67. Review of Voices of the World (Chant du Monde CMX 374 1010-12 (3 CDs plus book). In Gramophone World Music Supplement (November 1997).
68. Review of Voices of Forgotten Worlds (Ellipsis Arts CD3253 plus book). In Gramophone World Music Supplement (November 1997).
69. Review of Jonathan Stock, Musical Creativity in Twentieth-Century China. In China Quarterly 151 (September 1997): 684-85.
70. Review of Stephen Jones, Folk Music of China: Living Instrumental Traditions. In China Quarterly 151 (September 1997): 685-87.
71. Review of A History of Korea by Roger Tennant. In Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society 8/1 (April 1998): 147-49.
72. Review of Daniel Kister, Korean Shamanist Ritual: Symbols and Dramas of Transformation. In Shaman 6/1 (Spring 1998): 57-63; also published in Korean Literature Today 3/1 (Spring 1998): 199-204.
73. Review of Terry E Miller and Sean Williams (eds), Garland Encyclopedia of World Music 4: Southeast Asia, in Gramaphone 1998 (Awards Issue): 125.
74. Review of David Landauer et al, The Strains of Economic Growth: Labor Unrest and Social Dissatisfaction in Korea. In Asian Affairs 30/1 (February 1999).
75. Review of Adrienne Kaeppler and J.W.Love, eds., Australia and the Pacific Islands. Garland Encyclopedia of World Music, vol. 4. In Songlines (Spring 1999): 95-6.
76. Review of Otto Karolyi, Traditional Music of the Orient and Africa, in Songlines (Spring 1999): 97.
77. Review of Asia: The Music of a Continent (CD), in Songlines (Spring 1999): 74-5.
78. Review of Nathalie Luca, Le salut par le foot. In Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies LXII/2 (June 1999).
79. Review of J.E. Hoare, Korea. World Bibliographical Series, Volume 204, in Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies LXII/2 (June 1999).
80. Review of Laurence Picken and Noel Nickson, Music from the Tang Court 6. In Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society (1999).
81. Review of Sonia Ryang, North Koreans in Japan, in Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies 62/2 (June 1999).
82. Review of Songs of the Aborigines of Taiwan (Playasound PS65208) in Songlines (Summer 1999).
83. Review of Viet-Nam: Improvisations (Ocora C580070) in Songlines (Summer 1999).
84. Review of Dan Oberdorfer, The Two Koreas, A contemporary History, in Times Literary Supplement, 3 September 1999: 32.
85. Review of Kevin O’Rourke, Looking for the Cow: Modern Korean Poems, in Times Literary Supplement, 1 October 1999: 33.
86. Review of Keith Pratt and Richard Rutt, Korea: A Historical and Cultural Dictionary. Times Literary Supplement, 4 February 2000: 33.
87. Review of Hyung Il Pai and Timothy R Tangherlini, eds., Nationalism and the Construction of Korean Identity. Asian Affairs 31/1 (February 2000): 114-5.
88. Review of Michael Hickey, Korean War: The West Confronts Communism. Times Literary Supplement, 30 June 2000
89. Review of Kongdan Oh, ed., Korea Briefing 1997-1999: Challenges and Change at the Turn of the Century. Korean Studies Review 2000/6, 13 September 2000.
90. Review of Dai Sil Kim-Gibson, Silence Broken: Korean Comfort Women. Korean Studies Review 2000/7, 14 September 2000.
91. Review of Spencer C Tucker, ed., Encyclopedia of the Korean War. Times Literary Supplement, 6 October 2000.
92. Review of Seung-kyung Kim, Class Struggle or Family Struggle: Women Workers in South Korea. In Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies LXIII/1.
93. Review of Peter Wade, Music, Race, and Nation: Música tropical in Colombia. Times Literary Supplement 2 March 2001.
94. Review of Helen Rees, Echoes of History: Naxi Music in Modern China. Times Literary Supplement 27 11 May 2001.
95. Creative Traditional Orchestral Music (Ch’angjak kugak kwanhyonak). 2000. Seoul: Korean Traditional Music & Publishing, 12 compact discs with three 12-page booklets. In Ethnomusicology 45/3 (Fall 2001): 524-527. 2001. With additional documentation at http://www.ethnomusicology.org.
96. Anthology of Korean Traditional Folksongs (Han’guk minyo taejŏn). 2000. Seoul: Kirin Music Publishing/MBC Radio. Twelve compact discs. 336 page book, in Korean (213 pages, including song texts) and English (123 pages). In Ethnomusicology 45/3 (Fall 2001): 521-24. 2001.
97. Review of Jane Portal, Korea: Art and Archaeology. In Oriental Art XLVII/4: 74-75. 2001.
98. Review of Sing till the sun sets: Folk Ensembles from the Aginst-Buryat region of Siberia (CD, Global Village CD 2504). In Musical Traditions (www.mustrad.org.uk/reviews/siberia.htm), 21 August 2001.
99. Review of Songs and Dances from Papua New Guinea: Healing, Feasting, and Magical Ritual (CD, Topic TSCD918), Musical Traditions (www.mustrad.org.uk/reviews/papua.htm), 6 Oct 2001.
100. Review of The Moken: Sea Gypsies of the Andaman Sea (CD, Topic, TRSC919), Musical Traditions (www.mustrad.org.uk/reviews/moken.htm), 6 Oct 2001.
101. Review of Jali Sherrifo Konteh, Mansalou: The Great Kings of Africa (CD, Compound Sounds CD01). In Musical Traditions (www.mustrad.org.uk/reviews/konteh.htm) 31 January 2002.
102. Review of Martin Clayton, Time in Indian Music: Rhythm, Metre and Form in North Indian Rag Performance. Times Literary Supplement, 1 March 2002.
103. Review of Margaret Kartomi, The Gamelan Digul and the Prison Camp Musician Who Built It. Times Literary Supplement 19 July 2002.
104. Review of Margaret Stetz and Bonnie B. C Oh (eds), Legacies of the Comfort Women of World War II. China Quarterly 170: 497-99. June 2002.
105. Review of Joseph S. C. Lam, State Sacrifices and Music in Ming China. World of Music 44/1 (Spring 2002): 164-67.
106. Review of Carole Pegg, Mongolian Music, Dance, and Oral Narrative. Journal of Asian Affairs. Autumn 2002.
107. Review of Christine R Yano, Tears of Longing: Nostalgia and the Nation in Japanese Popular Song. Times Literary Supplement, 27 September 2002.
108. Review of Junko Ueda, Satsuma-biwa (Ethnomad ARN 64577). Songlines 17: 83-84 (March/April 2003).
109. Review of Tokyo Gakuso, Gagaku: Gems from Foreign Lands. Songlines 18: 78 (May/June 2003).
110. Review of Nanae Yoshimura, The Art of the Koto Vol.3: Works for Nijugen. Songlines 19 (July/August 2003).
111. Review of Sotuma-Sere. Papa Susso (Traditional Crossroads 80702-4317-2) http://www.mustrad.org.uk/reviews/susso.htm. 2 June 2003.
112. Review of Philip V. Bohlman, World Music: A Very Short Introduction. World of Music 45/1 (2003): 155-58.
113. Review of Antonetta Lucia Bruno, The Gate of Words: Language in the Rituals of Korean Shamans. Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, LXV/1 ( 2003): 308–310.
114. Review of Adelaida Reyes, Songs of the Caged, Songs of the Free: Music and the Vietnamese Refugee Experience. Asian Affairs. Summer 2003.
115. Review of Deborah Wong, Sounding the Center: History and Aesthetics in Thai Buddhist Performance. Asian Affairs. Summer 2003.
116. Review of Clark Chilson and Peter Knecht, editors, Shamans in Asia. Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies LXV/3. 2003.
117. Review of Chan E. Park, Pansori: Voices from the Straw Mat. Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies LXVI/1. 2004.
118. Review of Song Bang-Song, Korean Music: Historical and Other Aspects. Ethnomusicology 48/3: 490-92. 2004.
119. Review of Ayako Hotta-Lister The Japanese Koto and Nanae Yoshimura The Art of the Koto Vol.2, Songlines 23 (March 2004)
120. Review of Musique traditionnelle de Corée, in Songlines 23 (March 2004)
121. Review of The King’s Musicians: Royalist Music of Buganda – Uganda, on Musical Traditions http://www.mustrad.org.uk/reviews/buganda.htm (December 2003).
122. Review of Judy Van Zile Perspectives on Korean Dance, in Acta Koreana 7/2 (July 2004): 193-97.
123. Review of Chongho Kim, Korean Shamanism: The Cultural Paradox, in Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies LXVII/2.
124. Review of Mark C. van Tongeren, Overtone Singing: Physics and Metaphysics of harmonics in east and west, in World of Music 46/1: 140-42. 2004.
125. Review of Graham Harvey, ed., Shamanism: A Reader, in Folklore 116. 2005
126. Review of Allen Chun, Ned Rossiter and Brian Shoesmith, eds, Refashioning Pop Music in Asia, in Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies LXVIII/1. 2005
127. Review of Jonathan Kirby, An Introduction to Taiko, Vol.1 and 2, The Edge of Magic and Fearless (four videos and three booklets), in Classroom Music, January 2005.
128. Review of Im Sok-jae, Mu-ga: The Ritual Songs of Korean Mudangs. Journal of Asian Studies 64/3: 761–763. 2005.
129. Review of Lee Yong-sik, Shaman Ritual Music in Korea. Journal of Asian Studies 64/3: 763–764. 2005.
130. Review of Hae-kyung Um, Diasporas and Interculturalism in Asian Performing Arts. Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies LXVIII/3: 510–512. 2005.
131. Review Essay on Ted Solis, ed, Performing Ethnomusicology. Ethnomusicology Forum 15/1 (2006): 147–51.
132. Review of Jane Portal, Art Under Control in North Korea. In Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies LXIX/1: 186–88. 2006.
133. Review of Chung-Sik Ahn, The Story of Western Music in Korea, 19885-1950. On (former) website of the British Association for Korean Studies (October 2005).
134. Out of Cuba: Latin American music takes Africa by storm. Mustrad (October 2005). http://www.mustrad.org.uk/reviews/r_index.htm.
135. Ewe drumming from Ghana: the soup which is sweet draws the chairs in closer. Mustrad (October 2005). http://www.mustrad.org.uk/reviews/r_index.htm
136. Review Essay on Daniel J Schneck and Dorita S Berger, The Music Effect and David Aldridge and Jörg Fachner, Music and Altered States. Ethnomusicology Forum 17/2 (2008).
137. Review of ‘Le chant profond de la Corée/The Deep Song of Korea’, Musique du Monde 3017407, in Songlines 36 (September/October) 2007.
138. Review of Daniel Prior, The Semetey of Kenje Kara: A Kirghiz Epic Performance on Phonograph, in Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies LXXI/1: 143–145. 2008.
139. Review of Elaine Howard Ecklund, Korean American Evangelicals: New Models for Civic Life, in Culture and Religion 8/3: 350–352. 2007.
140. Review of Zhou Xun and Francesca Tarocco, Karaoke: The Global Phenomenon. Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, LXXI/2: 395–7. 2008.
141. Review of Martin Clayton and Bennett Zon, eds, Music and Orientalism in the British Empire, 1780s – 1940s: Portrayal of the East. Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, LXXI/3 (2008).
142. Review of Rüdiger Frank, James E. Hoare, Patrick Köllner and Susan Pares, eds, Korea Yearbook 2007: Politics, Economy and Society. Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, LXXI/3: 605–606. 2008.
143. Review of Byungki Hwang, ‘The Best of Korean Gayageum Music’, Songlines 57 (2008).
144. Review of Kim Hee-sun, ‘Contemporary Kayagum Music in Korea’, Songlines 58 (2009).
145. Review of Mike Kim, 'North Korea: Defiance and Hope in the World's Most Repressive Country', Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, 72/2 (2009).
146. Review of Rudiger Frank et al., 'Korea Yearbook 2008: Politics, Economy and Society'. Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, LXXII/2 (2009).
147. Review of Musique du pays du matin clair, Musique du Monde 3017908, Songlines 59 (2009).
148. Review of Chua Beng Huat and Koichi Iwabuchi, eds, 'East Asian Pop Culture: Analysing the Korean Wave', Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, LXXII/3 (2009).
149. Review of Eric C. Lai, 'The Music of Chou Wen-chung', Ethnomusicology Forum 20/1: 110–111. 2011.
150. Review of Helen Rees, ed., 'Lives in Chinese Music', Ethnomusicology Forum 19/2: 270–272. 2010.
151. Review of Sun Jung, Korean Masculinities and Transcultural Consumption: Yonsama, Rain, Oldboy, K-Pop Idols, in Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies LXXIV/3: 528–30. 2011.
152. Review of Suk-Young Kim, Illusive Utopia: Theater, Film and Everyday Performance in North Korea, in Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies LXXIV/3: 526–527. 2011.
153. Review of Sanzo (3CDs), AkdangEban ADSACD-004, 005, -281, in Songlines 78 (October 2011): 76-7.
154. Review of Vanessa Agnew, Enlightenment Orpheus: The Power of Music in Other Worlds, in Ethnomusciology Forum 21/1: 114–117. 2012.
155. Review of Jongmyo Jeryeak/Ritual Music for the Royal Ancestors, Ocora C560242, in Songlines 81 (Jan/Feb 2012): 82.
156. Review of Gagok (female), Pungnyu, AkdangEban ADSACD610, in Songlines 83 (Mar/Apr 2012).
157. Review of Dulsori, Korean Drums – Binari: Well Wishing Music, ARC EUCD2366, in Songlines 84 (May/June 2012).
158. Review of Joshua Pilzer, Hearts of Pine: Songs in the Lives of Three Korean Survivors of the Japanese “Comfort Women’, in Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies LXXVI/1 (February 2013): 182–4.
159. Review of Donna Lee Kwon, Music of Korea, in Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies LXXVI/1 (February 2013): 186–7.
160. Review of Corée: Percussions et chants de Hahoe et Kyongju/Korea: Vocals and Percussions from Hahoe and Kyongju, Frémaux & Associés FA5368, in Songlines 90: 81 (March 2013).
161. Review of Corée: l’art du sanjo d’ajaeng/Korea: the art of the ajaeng sanjo, Inedit W260143. In Songlines 90: 81 (March 2013).
162. Review of Nathan Hesselink, SamulNori: Contemporary Korean Drumming and the rebirth of Itinerant Performance Culture, in Journal of Asian Studies 72/1 (February 2013): 213–5.
163. Review of Heonik Kwon and Byung-ho Chung, North Korea: Beyond Charismatic Politics, in Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies 76/2 (June 2013): 348-50.
164. Review of Zeng Ming, Mu Dan Ting (Chinese Classical Kunqu Music) (Felmay FY8195). In Songlines 92 (May 2013).
165. Review of Camkytiwa, Les Fleurs du Levant (Buda Musique/Musique du Monde 3726608). In Songlines 93 (July 2013)
166. Review of Lee Jae-hwa, Corée: L’art du sanjo de geomungo (Inedit W260146). In Songlines 93 (July 2013).
167. Reviews of German and Claudia Khatylaev, Arctic Spirit, Zarina Kopyrina and Ilya Zhirkov, Genius Loci, and Spiridon Shishigin, Black N’ Light (Borealis BO101, 102, 104) in Songlines 94 (September 2013).
168. Review of Thailand: Music and songs from the Golden Triangle (Fremaux & Associés FA5407). In Songlines 96 (November 2013).
169. Review of Lee Chun-Hee Chant Arirang et Minyo/Arirang and Minyo Singing (Ocora, Radio France). In Songlines 101 (June 2014).
170. Review of Yeonok Jang: Korean P’ansori Singing Tradition: Development, Authenticity, and Performance History. In Papers of the British Association for Korean Studies 16 (2014). Available online at: http://www.baks.org.uk/wptest/book-review-korean-pansori-singing-tradition-development-authenticity-and-performance-history-by-yeonok-jang/
171. Review of Youna Kim, editor, The Korean Wave: Korean Media Go Global. In Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies 77/3 (October 2014): 644–6.
172. Review of Kyung Hyun Kim and Youngmin Choe, eds, The Korean Popular Culture Reader. In Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies 77/3 (October 2014): 643–4.
173. Review of Kim Wol-ha, Corée: Chants lyriques Gagok/Korea: Gagok Lyircal Songs (Ocora Radio France C560255). In Songlines 107 (April-May 2015): 71.
174. Review of Ahn Sung-woo, Corée: L’Art du sanjo de daegeum/Korea: The art of the daegeum sanjo (Inedit W260150). In Songlines 107 (April-May 2015): 71.
175. Review of Nicholas Harkness, Songs of Seoul: An Ethnography of Voice and Voicing in Christian South Korea. In American Anthropologist 117/3 (2015): 608–609.
176. Review of JungBong Choi and Roald Maliangkay, eds, K-Pop – the International Rise of the Korean Music Industry. In Ethnomusicology Forum 24/2 (2015): 298–300.
177. Review of Janet Poole, When the Future Disappears: The Modernist Imagination in Late Colonial Korea. In Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies 29/1 (February 2016).
178. Review of Yi Ji-suk, Corée du Nord: Chants traditionnels/North Korea: Traditional Songs (Ocora). In Songlines 114 (2016): 59.
179. Review of Yu Kyung-hwa, Corée: l’art du sanjo de cheolhyeongeum (Inedit). In Songlines 115 (2016): 63.
180. Review of Korea: The Art of Sinawi (Inedit). In Songlines 115 (2016): 63.
181. Review of Michael Church, ed., The Other Classical Musics. In Times Literary Supplement, 15 April 2016.
182. Review of Thomas Karl Alberts, Shamanism, Discourse, Modernity. In Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies 79/3 (2016): 679-681.
183. Review of Dal Yong Jin, New Korean Wave. In Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies 79/3 (2016): 705–706.
184. Review of Michael Fuhr, Globalization and Popular Music in South Korea. In Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies 79/3 (2016): 703–704.
185. Review of Michael Dylan Foster and Lisa Gilman, eds, UNESCO on the Ground: Perspectives on Intangible Cultural Heritage. In International Journal of Cultural Property 24/1 (2017): 103–107. doi:10.1017/S0940739116000412
186. Review of Jigme Drukpa: Bhutan Himalaya, Folk Music from Bhutan (Nordic Sound). In Songlines 127 (May 2017): 60.
187. Review of Laurel Kendall, Jongsung Yang and Yul Soo Yoon, God Pictures in Korean Contexts: The Ownership and Meaning of Shaman Paintings. In Asian Ethnology 76/1 (2017): 198–201. ISSN 1882-6865.
188. Review of Hyunjoon Shin and Seung-Ah Lee, eds, Made in Korea: Studies in Popular Music. In Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies 81/1 (2018): 183–5.
189. Review of Jonathan Arnold, Sacred Music in Secular Society. In Asian Ethnology 76/2 (2017): 403–405. ISSN 1882-6865.
190. Review of Tim Hodgkinson, music and the myth of wholeness: toward a new aesthetic paradigm. In Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 24/2 (June 2018): 412-3.
191. Review of Ross P. King, Seoul: Memory, reinvention, and the Korean wave. In Korean Studies 43 (2019): 199–201. ISSN1529-1529/0145-840X. Also at http://muse.jhu.edu/article/705379/pdf.
192. Review of Incoronata Inserra, Global Tarantella: Reinventing Southern Italian Folk Music and Dances. In Journal of Folklore Research. http://www.indiana.edu/~jfr/review.php?id=2217 (2018).
193. Review of Robin P. Harris, Storytelling in Siberia: the olonkho epic in a changing world. In Ethnomusicology Forum 27/2 (2018): 241–3.
194. Review of Suk-Young Kim, K-Pop Live: Fans, Idols, and Multimedia Performance. In Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies 82/1 (2019): 199–201.
195. Review of Katherine In-Young Lee, Dynamic Korea and Rhythmic Form. In Ethnomusicology Forum 28/2 (2019): 247–49.
196. Review of John Morgan O’Connell, Commemorating Gallipoli Through Music. In Yearbook for Traditional Music 51 (2019): 282–84.
197. Review of Gooyong Kim, From Factory Girls to K-Pop Idol Girls: Cultural Politics of Developmentalism, Patriarchy and Neoliberalism in South Korea’s Popular Music Industry. In European Journal of Korean Studies20/1 (2020).
1. ‘Korean musicians as creators of musical knowledge’, Che-il hoe han’gukhak kukche haksul hoe-ŭi nonmunjip: 235-260. Incheon: Inha University, 1987.
2. ‘The presentation and sponsorship of traditional music in contemporary Korea: an examination of Korea's Intangible Cultural Assets’, Actes de la 9e Conference Annuelle: 101-105. Le Havre/Zurich: Association for Korean Studies in Europe, 1988.
3. ‘Preservation or change? The Intangible Assets of Chindo, Korea’, Papers of the 5th International Conference on Korean Studies 2: 925-960. Seongnam: Academy of Korean Studies, 1988.
4. ‘Musicology as a science: 30 years of indigenous Korean music studies’, VII European Seminar in Ethnomusicology: Pre-publication of Conference Papers: 279-290. Berlin: Internationales Institut fur vergleichende Musikstudien und Dokumentation, 1990.
5. ‘Korean Traditional Music and Dance’, Serenade: Kumho Chamber Music Festival 1990: 8-12. Kumho: Finland, 1990.
6. ‘The Tangible and Intangible Korean Heritage: Protection, Preservation and Presentation’, Che 3-ch'a Chosŏnhak kukche haksul t'oronhoe, nonmun yŏji: 425-6. Osaka: Osaka Economic and Law University, 1990.
7. ‘Music and the media: ethnomusicological perspectives’, Newsletter 1 (Summer 1991): 7-11. London: International Council for Traditional Music (UK Chapter), 1991.
8. ‘Tashiraegi: to come again is only possible in a Korean Intangible Cultural Asset’, Korean Studies, Its Cross-Cultural Perspective II: 170-192. Seongnam: Academy of Korean Studies, 1991.
9. ‘Korean Studies in Britain’, co-authored with Ross King, Newsletter of the British Association for Korean Studies (New Series, 1): 6-11. London, 1992.
10. ‘North Korea: Unification and the Man in the Street’, paper read at the Confederation of British Industry, London, August 1992. In-house publication followed.
11. CORÉE/KOREA: Chants rituels de l'ile de Chindo/Ritual Songs from the Island of Chindo. AIMP XXVIII. Booklet in French and English to accompany CD of Korean folksongs. Geneva: AIMP (Archives Internationales de Musiques Populaire)/Disques VDE-Gallo: Lousanne, 1993.
12. ‘The development of Korean traditional music in the twentieth century and prospects for the future’, in 100 Years of Modernization in Korea: Towards the 21st Century: 229-252. Songnam: Academy of Korean Studies, 1996.
13. ‘Outline of paper presentations and discussions’, Methodologies for the Preservation of Intangible Heritage: 1-16. Seoul: Korean National Commission for UNESCO, 1996.
14. ‘Preservation and Presentation of Korean Intangible Cultural Assets’, in Methodologies for the Preservation of Intangible Heritage: 85-114. Seoul: Korean National Commission for UNESCO, 1996.
15. ‘Korean shamanism, music, and the Seoul train’, Discovery of Shamanic Heritage, 169-188. Seoul: UNESCO, 1998.
16. CD booklet notes Oceans of the Heart (SOASIS-01). London: SOAS, 1998.
17. ‘Preserving the spirits? Shamanism in a contemporary world,’ The New Millenium Smile: Inheritance, Harmony, Creation: 337-48 (English) and 355-64 (Korean). Kyeongju: Kyeongju World Culture EXPO, 1998.
18. ‘Tradition und avantgarde, musik als integraler Bestandtell des zeitgenössischen Schamanismus,’ Spurren der Schamanen: 13-16. Berlin: Haus der Kulturen der Welt, 1999.
19-21. Articles on ‘Traditional Architecture’, ‘Performing Arts’, ‘The Korean Diaspora’, for Insight Guide: Korea (revised edition): 59, 75-82, 101-110. Singapore: APA Publications GmbH & Co Verlag KG, 2000.
22. ‘Exploding Ballads: Pop Music and the Arrival of Rap’. In Young Hee Lee and Michael Allen, eds, Korean Popular Culture. Auckland: University of Auckland, 2001.
23. ‘From Rap to Dance: The Appropriation of Pop Music for Korea’. In Young Hee Lee and Michael Allen, eds, Korean Popular Culture. Auckland: University of Auckland, 2001.
24. ‘Spirit of Nature’. Programme Notes for Kim Duk soo: Spirit of Nature, 2 CDs. Seoul: Nanjang Music TE004-01. In both English and Korean.
25. Update of Guidelines for a Living Human Treasures System. Seoul/Paris: Korean Commission for UNESCO, for UNESCO, Paris. 2003. At: http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0013/001325/132540e.pdf.
26. ‘The people united: music for North Korea’s ‘Great Leader’ and ‘Dear Leader’. http://www.freemuse.org/03libra/articles/art01.html#howard. Put online in February 2003. See also under chapters in books.
27. ‘At the coalface: studying ethnomusicology’. Playback 29: 4. London: British Library, 2003.
28 'Korean Music in a Global Context'. Korea Foundation Newsletter 12/3 (August 2003). Seoul: Korea Foundation, 2003.
29. Pansori (programme notes; 13 pages). Edinburgh: Edinburgh International Festival, 2003.
30. 'Sanjo', 'Nieuw Ensemble', in Connecting Cultures (programme notes; 14 pages). Edinburgh: Edinburgh International Festival, 2003.
31. ‘Yomillak’. Programme notes for 2 CD set, The Selection of Korean Classical Music: Yomillak. ed RZ 7001-2. Berlin: Edition RZ. 2003.
32. ‘Imploding the percussion gestalt: SamulNori and the making of Korean tradition’. In Proceedings of the Keimyung International Conference on Korean Studies 2004. Taegu: Keimyung University, 2004. Revised version submitted for publication in book form (July 2005).
33. ‘Rebranding Korea: Creating a New Old Music’, Endless Song, Arirang, CD booklet notes. Seoul: Gugak Festival/Korean Culture and Arts Foundation, 2005.
34. ‘Developing the research environment: the AHRC Research Centre’, in Newsletter 6: 4-6. London: AHRC Research Centre for Cross-Cultural Music and Dance Performance, 2005.
35. ‘Promoting Korea in Europe: Challenges and Potentials’. Berlin/Seoul: Korean Overseas Information Service, October 2005. In-house publication.
36 ‘Foreword’, to Rolf Killius, Ritual Music and Hindu Rituals of Kerela. Delhi: B.R. Rhythms, 2006.
37. ’Mun Jae-sook and Kayagum Sanjo’, Mun Jae-sook: Sanjo and P’ungnyu. CD booklet notes. Seoul: Seoul Records, 2006.
38. ‘Opening address’, African Dance Explored! At: http://www.surrey.ac.uk/Dance/ahrb/events.htm. 2006.
39. ‘AKMR: our achievements and our future’, Association for Korean Music Research Newsletter, October 2006. (Also, small articles in AKMR Newsletters for 2005 and 2007, in Howard’s capacity as president.)
40. ‘Seoul Music; Music for Souls’, Gugaknuri, August 2007. Seoul: National Center for Korean Traditional Performing Arts, 2007.
41. ‘The School of Oriental and African Soul’, in SOAS: A Celebration in Many Voices: 144–8. London: SOAS, 2007. ISBN 978-1-903942-58-1.
42. ‘Honour for the Maestro, Daniel Barenboim’, Alumni Newsletter 32: 8–9. London: SOAS, 2008.
43. ‘Geraldine Auerbach: Tribute’. SOAS Graduation (booklet). London: SOAS, 2008.
44. 'Arirang: An Icon of Passion', in Arirang to the World, 2009 International Symposium: 46-63. Seoul: Korean Traditional Performing Arts Foundation, 2009.
45. ‘A little world music is a dangerous thing, a lot of ethnomusicology is even worse’, keynote for conference published on peer-reviewed DVD, Papers of the 10th Conference of the Cultural Diversity in Music Education Network. Sydney: Sydney Conservatorium of Music, 2010.
46. ‘Iconicity and the Preservation of Culture in Korea’, in working papers arising from the conference ‘Tradition and its Future in East Asian Music’, at http://www.music.usyd.edu.au/research/index.shtml. 2010.
47. The Tempest, Tae-Suk Oh, A note on Korean instruments, programme notes, 8 pages. Edinburgh: Edinburgh International Festival, 2011.
48. Princess Bari, Eun-Me Ahn, the music and dance, programme notes, 8 pages. Edinburgh: Edinburgh International Festival, 2011.
49. 20 years after the Dawkins Review: Tertiary Music Education in Australia. Co-author. Sydney: Global Access Partners, 2011 (46pp).
50. The Case for a Global e-Conservatorium of Music based in Australia. Co-author. Sydney: Global Access Partners, 2012 (96pp).
51. ‘Jindo: Creating a Cultural Paradise’, in Chindo hakhoe ch’angnim 10 chunyŏn kinyŏm: 13–28. Seoul: Jindo Hakhoe, 2012.
52. ‘Review: Chŏphwagunsaeng’, in programme for Kwak Sooeun and Gayageum Ensemble ‘Raon G’: 2–5. Seoul: Minsok Theater Pungnyu, 2012.
53. ‘Recording Chindo Music: Fieldwork Challenges’, in Association for Korean Music Research: Newsletter: 25–28 (Spring 2013).
54. ‘The Foundations of Hallyu – K-Pop’s Coming of Age.’ Keynbote address for First International Congress of the World Association for Hallyu Studies, Korea University, November 2013.
55. ‘Cosmopolitanism and Korean Artists: Presenting Creative Work Abroad’, in 2-in mu festival/Why we need networking. Seoul: ARKO, 2014.
56. ‘Han’guk indibaendŭ ŭi maeryŏgŭn ‘nari sŏitta’-nŭn chŏm hallyu 3.0-ŭro paljŏn kinŭngsŏng…’ Cover story, Economy Chosun 2018.02.14: 44–45.
57. ‘Three score years and ten…’ In festschrift for Salwa El-Shawan Castelo-Branco. Lisbon, 2020 (in press).
58. ‘Saparbek Kasmambetov (1934–2020).’ In memorial booklet. Bishkek: National Library of Kyrgyzstan. 2020.
59. ‘The pianos of Kenhill Road,’ Shenington Green, June 2020.
60- Back cover/introductory content for books by Bonnie Wade (Composing for Japanese Instruments, 2013), John Baily (War, Exile, and the Music of Afghanistan, 2015), Patricia Shehan Campbell (Music, Education, and Diversity: Bridging Cultures and Communities, 2018), Lonan O’Briain (Musical Minorities: The Sounds of Hmong Identity in Northern Vietnam, 2018), Jennifer Post (Ethnomusicology: A Reader, Vol.2, 2018), Evelyn Glennie (Listen World! 2019).
1. Video performance of Korean music. With Paek Inok. Duration: 50'. SPMK/Haus der Kultur: Berlin. 1991.
2. Preserving the Land of Morning Calm. Produced by Emma Kingsley, written and presented by Keith Howard. Duration: 40'. BBC Radio 3. Broadcast: January 1992.
3. Korean Melody. Produced by Emma Kingsley, written and presented by Keith Howard. Duration: 56'. BBC Radio 3. Broadcast: March 1992.
4. COREE/KOREA: Chants rituels de l'ile de Chindo/Ritual Songs from the Island of Chindo. AIMP XXVIII. CD of Korean folksongs. Recordings by Keith Howard and Emma Kingsley, translations and booklet notes by Keith Howard. Duration: 71'54’. CD756. Geneva: AIMP (Archives Internationales de Musiques Populaire)/Disques VDE-Gallo: Lousanne. 1993.
5. SamulNori: Old Rhythms in a New Korea. Produced by John Thonrley, written and presented by Keith Howard. Duration: 30'. BBC Radio 3. Broadcast: 8 April 1994.
6. A shaman kut in Seoul. Narration for a 45' film by Vargyas Gabor and Alexandre Guillemoz. Akademiai Kiado: Budapest. 1994.
7. The Bronze Horse and The Bellflowers. Produced by John Thornley, written and presented by Keith Howard. Duration: 30'. BBC Radio 3. Broadcast: 4 November 1994.
8. P'ansori:Korean Vocal Music. Produced by Willie Robson, written and presented by Keith Howard. Duration: 30'. BBC Radio 3. Broadcast: 11 November 1994.
9. Inflight programmes of Korean pop music, produced bi-monthly for Lufthansa (each 60’ duration), and occasionally for Singapore Airlines (each 120’ duration), from October 1992 until April 1996. Researcher, compiler, writer.
10. Oceans of the Heart. CD (SOASIS-01). Music from Bali, China, India, Iran, Thailand, Zimbabwe. Artistic director, co-producer, writer of programme notes, etc. 1998 Label registered with MCPS, initially distributed by Harmonia Mundi, then through SOAS.
11. Liushui: Flowing Water. CD (SOASIS-02), featuring music from the UK Chinese Ensemble. Artistic co-ordinator. 2000.
12. Unity in Diversity. Adviser, coordinator, and writer of booklet notes (24,000 words) for CD set published by Asia-Europe Cultural Foundation. 2 CDs and 64-page booklet. ASEF CD001 and CD002. Singapore: Asia-Europe Foundation. 2001.
13. Interview with Keith Howard. The Guardian electronic version. December 2001.
14. Interview with Keith Howard. Newsletter of the International Institute for Asian Studies, 26: 2. Leiden. December 2001.
15. Taanerimwe. CD (SOASIS-03). Production coordination. 2002.
9. Sounds for Divine Ancestors: The Music of Nepal’s Tamu Shamans. CD (SOASIS-04). Producer, co-writer of programme notes, co-recordist 2003.
10. Rose without Thorns (SOASIS-05). Producer. 2004.
11. Majnun: Classical Traditions of the Uyghurs (SOASIS-06). Producer. 2004.
12. Korean Kayagum Sanjo (SOASIS-07). Producer, author of programme notes. 2005.
13. Cheng Yu and her Five-String Pipa (SOASIS-10). Producer. 2006.
14. Lila Cita: Lovers of Beauty (SOASIS-11). Project co-ordination. 2007
15. Sounding the World (SOASIS-12). Producer; CD mixed and mastered by Howard, Jerry Glasgow and Sara McGuinness. 2007.
16. Tashkent: Uzbek Music of Celebration (SOASIS-13). Project co-ordination. 2007.
17. Kazakh Music: Songs and tunes from across the Steppe (SOASIS-15 – SOASIS-16). Project co-ordination. 2007.
18. Stepanida: Vocal Evocations of Sakha-Yakutia, Siberia (1) (SOASIS-17). Booklet notes and project co-ordination. 2008.
19. Chyskyyrai: Vocal Evocations of Sakha-Yakutia, Siberia (2) (SOASIS-18). Booklet notes and project co-ordination. 2008.
20. Siberia at the Centre of the World: Music, ritual and dance from Sakha-Yakutia, Co-filmed, scripted, edited with Misha Maltsev (SOASIS DVD-06). 2008.
21. Siberia at the Centre of the World: Music, ritual and dance from Buryatia, Siberia. Co-filmed, scripted, edited with Misha Maltsev (SOASIS DVD-07). 2008.
22. Saparbek Kasmambetov: Singing the Kyrgyz Manas (SOASIS-21 and SOASIS-22 (2 CDs)). Project co-ordination, recording editing, all program notes. 2009.
23. BBC TV Antiques Roadshow, presentation and commentary on the 1655 Japanese handscroll, Chōsen shisetsu gyōretsu zukan, September 2017.
24. BBC Russia, blog on North Korea. December 2017.
Including for National Classical Music Institute, Seoul/International Council for Traditional Music (1981), Horizonte 1985, Berlin (1985), Arts Worldwide/World Circuit Arts (1984, 1985, 1987), Commonwealth Institute (1985), Kumho International Festival (1989), Asian Music Circuit (1993, 1994), Victoria and Albert Museum (1992), BBC Music Magazine (1995), Korean Foundation (1997, 1998), Korean Embassy, London (2001), Edinburgh International Festival (2003, 2011).
1-7. Seven articles for Korea Times (1983).
8-14. Seven articles for Korea Herald (1984).
15-16. Two articles for Korea Times/Korea Herald (1990).
17-20. Four articles for The Times (‘Nation Guards Rich Diversity of its Culture’, 25 February 1993 (part reprinted in: Reader's Digest, December 1993) ‘Seoul Blues’, ‘Christians, Shamans, and Spirits’, and ‘Travelling Off the Beaten Track’, 8 March 1995).
21. Article in Western Mail (July 1996), ‘Bare necessities of Korean identity’.
22-23. Two articles, ‘Pop ordered to clean up its act’, ‘A suitable case for classroom treatment’ and six photographs in Times Educational Supplement, 11 September 1997.
24-25. Two articles, ‘Ancient heart still beating strongly amid technology’ and ‘All brands of religion as popular as ever’ in Times Educational Supplement, 18 September 1998.
26-29. Four articles, ‘It’s all good clear fun’, ‘Dancing is our life, our weapon’, ‘A chance to tour ancient royal palaces’, and ‘A generation of new believers’, in Times Educational Supplement, 1 October 1999.
30-32. Three articles, ‘These Chindo puppies might look like dogs to you’. ‘The flight from the land’ and ‘Scramble for the 11th floor’, in Times Educational Supplement, 29 September 2000.
33. ‘Seoul to the World, the World to Seoul’, in Times Educational Supplement, 11 November 2001: 8-9. Also published on TES website.
1. ‘Minyo: songs of the people’. Translation of article by Kwon Oh-sung, in Ppuri kip'ŭn namu palto sori (The Deep-Rooted Tree Collection of Korean Folksongs) 1: 13-20. Seoul: Korea Britannica, 1984.
2. ‘Minjung culture and Korean consciousness.’ Translation with Paek Inok of article by Cho Hung-youn, in Korea Journal 27/11: 13-27. 1987.
3. Kugak: Studies in Korean Traditional Music. Translation with Paek Inok of book by Hahn Man-young. 220pp. Seoul: Tamgudang, 1991.
4. Translator, with Paek Inok, of 15 articles on Korean art for the Macmillan Dictionary of Art. Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1994.
5. Translator, with Paek Inok, of Ppuri kip’ŭn namu tasŏt pat’ang: Sugungga (1991) and Shimch'ŏngga (1992). Seoul: Korea Britannica, 1991-1992.
6. Editor of Song Bang-Song’s The Sanjo Tradition of Korean Kŏmun’go Music. Seoul: Jung Eum Sa, 1986.
7. Editor of Lee Byong Won’s Buddhist Music of Korea. Seoul: Jung Eum Sa, 1987.
8–11. Editor of English text in Ppuri kip’ŭn namu tasŏt pat’ang: Chŏkpyŏkka (1990), Sugungga (1991), Ch’unhyangga (1991), Shimch’ŏngga (1992). Seoul: The Deep-Rooted Tree, 1990-1992.
12–15. Revisions of articles on ‘Early Kingdoms and Dynasties’, ‘A Century of Conflict’, ‘Recovery and Prosperity, ‘The Koreans’, for Insight Guide: Korea(revised edition): 24-61 inclusive. Singapore: APA Publications GmbH & Co Verlag KG, 2000.
16. Editor, Hong Sah-myung, Who Are Koreans? Seoul: Ta’ung, 2018.
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