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This is the eighth and largest volume in the series Britain & Japan: Biographical Portraits published on behalf of The Japan Society, London. It contains essays from forty contributors relating to fifty-two portraits of personalities who have been influential in political, official and ...
Tatiana Safonova and István Sántha, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
This anthropological monograph contains the results of recent fieldwork conducted among the Evenki people in East Siberia, Russian Federation. It is an ethnography of a Siberian people that will be welcomed by professional social anthropologists as well as by specialists in Russian and Siberian ...
Samuel L. Leiter
Samuel L. Leiter's Kabuki at the Crossroads is a thorough account of Japan's most famous traditional theatre as it struggled to survive in the maelstrom of post-Occupation Japan's rapidly changing entertainment world.
Stevie Suan, University of Hawai‛i
Through the comparison of Anime with Noh, Bunraku, and Kabuki, The Anime Paradox provides a study on Anime's formal elements that produce specific narrative, structural, and aesthetic patterns.
Edited by Ian Nish
In The British Commonwealth and the Occupation of Japan, Nish presents papers by 23 authors on the nature of military occupation of Japan and the preparation of peace terms which led ultimately to the conclusion of the San Francisco Treaty (1951).
Edited by Roger Buckley
The Post-War Occupation of Japan, 1945-1952: Selected Contemporary Readings – Series 2: Pamphlets, Journals, Press and Reports presents a wide range of English-language reportage and commentary from contemporary American, Allied and Japanese sources, highlighting the wide divergence of ...
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