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  Volume 24, 2012

Table of Contents

Beyond Tenshin: Okakura Kakuzo’s Multiple Legacies


p. i


pp. ii-viii


pp. xi-xii

Okakura Kakuzō: A Reintroduction

pp. 1-14

Okakura Tenshin: Civilization Critique from the Standpoint of Asia (1962)

pp. 15-25

Okakura Kakuzō as a Historian of Art

pp. 26-38

Okakura Kakuzō and India: The Trajectory of Modern National Consciousness and Pan-Asian Ideology Across Borders

pp. 39-57

Okakura Kakuzō and Margaret Noble (Sister Nivedita): A Brief Episode

pp. 58-69

Okakura's Way of Tea: Representing Chanoyu in Early Twentieth-Century America

pp. 70-93

Other Tea Cults

pp. 94-115

What's in a Name?: Rethinking Critical Terms Used to Discuss Mōrōtai

pp. 116-136

New Art and the Display of Antiquities in Mid-Meiji Tokyo

pp. 137-154

In Defense of Kenchiku: Itō Chūta's Theorization of Architecture as a Fine Art in the Meiji Period

pp. 155-167

Reading "Calligraphy Is Not Art" (1882)

pp. 168-175

Kokka (1889)

pp. 176-183

Concerning the Institutions of Art Education (1897)

pp. 184-195

Select Annotated Bibliography of Okakura Kakuzō

pp. 196-209


Ukiyo-e Landscapes and Edo Scenic Places (1914)

pp. 210-232

On the Contributors

pp. 233-237

Research Areas


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