- Studies in Japanese CultureVolume 69 Numbers 1–2
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|A Medieval Warrior in Early Modern Japan: A Translation of the Otogizōshi Hōgan Miyako Banashi||Mathew W. Thompson||1|
|Benevolence, Charity, and Duty: Urban Relief and Domain Society during the Tenmei Famine||Maren Ehlers||55|
|Localizing Strategies: Eison and the Shōtoku Taishi Cult||David Quinter||153|
|Japan’s Inca Boom: Global Archaeology and the Making of a Postwar Nation||Miriam L. Kingsberg||221|
|Japanese Historiography and the Gold Seal of 57 c.e.: Relic, Text, Object, Fake. By Joshua A. Fogel.||Gina L. Barnes||103|
|Knowing the Amorous Man: A History of Scholarship on Tales of Ise. |
By Jamie L. Newhard.
|Robert N. Huey||109|
|Schreib-Riten (shorei 書礼): Untersuchungen zur Geschichte der japanischen Briefetikette |
By Markus Rüttermann.
|W. J. Boot||113|
|Another Stage: Kanze Nobumitsu and the Late Muromachi Noh Theater. |
By Lim Beng Choo.
|Shelley Fenno Quinn||117|
|The Chronicle of Lord Nobunaga. |
By Ōta Gyūichi. Translated and Edited by J. S. A. Elisonas and J. P. Lamers.
|An Imperial Concubine’s Tale: Scandal, Shipwreck, and Salvation in Seventeenth-Century Japan. |
By G. G. Rowley.
|C. Miki Wheeler||124|
|Publishing the Stage: Print and Performance in Early Modern Japan. Edited by Keller Kimbrough and Satoko Shimazaki.||Michael Watson||130|
|Shunga: Sex and Pleasure in Japanese Art. |
Edited by Timothy Clark, C. Andrew Gerstle, Aki Ishigami, and Akiko Yano.
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|Shunga: Sex and Humor in Japanese Art and Literature. Special issue, Japan Review 26 (2013). |
Edited by C. Andrew Gerstle and Timothy Clark.
|Shunga: Erotic Art in Japan. |
By Rosina Buckland.
|Obtaining Images: Art, Production and Display in Edo Japan. |
By Timon Screech.
|Beriberi in Modern Japan: The Making of a National Disease. |
By Alexander R. Bay.
|Susan L. Burns||142|
|The Kyoto School: An Introduction. |
By Robert E. Carter with a Foreword by Thomas P. Kasulis.
|Troubled Natures: Waste, Environment, Japan. |
By Peter Wynn Kirby.
|Medicine Master Buddha: The Iconic Worship of Yakushi in Heian Japan. By Yui Suzuki.||Yoko Hsueh Shirai||255|
|A Buddhist Theory of Semiotics: Signs, Ontology, and Salvation in Japanese Esoteric Buddhism. |
By Fabio Rambelli.
|The Seven Tengu Scrolls: Evil and the Rhetoric of Legitimacy in Medieval Japanese Buddhism. |
By Haruko Wakabayashi.
|Mark L. Blum||263|
|Japanese Travellers in Sixteenth-Century Europe: A Dialogue Concerning the Mission of the Japanese Ambassadors to the Roman Curia (1590). |
Edited by Derek Massarella and translated by J. F. Moran.
|Jan C. Leuchtenberger||272|
|Conquering Demons: The “Kirishitan,” Japan, and the World in Early Modern Japanese Literature. |
By Jan C. Leuchtenberger.
|Peter Nosco||275 [End Page 3]|
|Selling Women: Prostitution, Markets, and the Household in Early Modern Japan. |
By Amy Stanley.
|Ōoku: The Secret World of the Shogun’s Women. |
By Cecilia Segawa Seigle and Linda H. Chance.
|An Edo Anthology: Literature from Japan’s Mega-City, 1750–1850. |
Edited by Sumie Jones with Kenji Watanabe.
|Lawrence E. Marceau||292|
|Two-Timing Modernity: Homosocial Narrative in Modern Japanese Fiction. |
By J. Keith Vincent.
|Views of the Dark Valley: Japanese Cinema and the Culture of Nationalism 1937–1945. |
By Harald Salomon.
|Hijikata Tatsumi and Butoh: Dancing in a Pool of Gray Grits. |
By Bruce Baird.
|Bones of Contention: Animals and Religion in Contemporary Japan. |
By Barbara R. Ambros.