Peter H. Lee A portrait of the scholar as a young man--the year Peter H. Lee completed his M.A. at Yale University. (Summer 1953 in New Haven, CT) Interview by Mickey Hong Faculty Center at the University of California, Los Angeles. Prof. Peter H. Lee has been a faculty member at the university since 1987. Academics in Korean studies outside Korea know Peter H. Lee as the resilient, meticulous scholar who is mostly responsible for establishing the field of Korean literature in the English-speaking world. However, in this interview he reveals a glimpse of his personal life, rich with encounters and experiences. his interview was conducted on March 6, 2007, and took several hours from late morning to mid-afternoon at the Mickey Hong: What were your memories of childhood? What colors, smells, and sounds do you remember? What did people wear? What did you wear? What kinds of food and drink were popular? Peter H. Lee: I don't really remember colors, except those of girls' dresses. Smells and sounds, I think, are quite important because smells can be good or bad, and some are exotic. When I was about five, my grandfather took me to Mitsukoshi department store
Azalea: Journal of Korean Literature & Culture – University of Hawai'I Press
Published: May 1, 2007
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