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  Volume 68, Number 2, 2013

Table of Contents

The Early History of the Noh Play: Literacy, Authorship, and Scriptedness

pp. 163-206

Commemorating Failure: The Four Hundredth Anniversary of England’s Trading Outpost in Japan

pp. 207-231

Kanokogi Kazunobu: Pioneer of Platonic Fascism and Imperial Pan-Asianism

pp. 233-280

Book Reviews

Traversing the Frontier: The Man’yōshū Account of a Japanese Mission to Silla in 736–737 by H. Mack Horton (review)

pp. 281-284

The Face of Jizō: Image and Cult in Medieval Japanese Buddhism by Hank Glassman (review)

pp. 284-289

Japoniæ Insvlæ: The Mapping of Japan; Historical Introduction and Cartobibliography of European Printed Maps of Japan to 1800 by Jason C. Hubbard (review)

pp. 289-292

The Premise of Fidelity: Science, Visuality, and Representing the Real in Nineteenth-Century Japan by Maki Fukuoka (review)

pp. 293-296

Kokugaku in Meiji-period Japan: The Modern Transformation of ‘National Learning’ and the Formation of Scholarly Societies by Michael Wachutka (review)

pp. 296-301

The Invention of Religion in Japan by Jason Ānanda Josephson, and: A Discipline on Foot: Inventing Japanese Native Ethnography 1910–1945 by Alan Christy (review)

pp. 301-313

Reading Colonial Japan: Text, Context, and Critique ed. by Michele M. Mason and Helen J. S. Lee (review)

pp. 313-316

Empire of Dogs: Canines, Japan, and the Making of the Modern Imperial World by Aaron Herald Skabelund (review)

pp. 316-321

Wer und was bin ich? Zur Phänomenologie des Selbst im Zen-Buddhismus by Shizuteru Ueda (review)

pp. 321-327

From Postwar to Postmodern, Art in Japan 1945–1989 ed. by Doryun Chong et al. (review)

pp. 327-331

Index to volume 68

pp. 1-4

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