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Zília Papp, Saitama University
Japanese anime plays a major role in modern popular visual culture and aesthetics, yet this is the first study which sets out to put today’s anime in historical context by tracking the visual links between Edo- and Meiji- period painters and the post-war period animation and manga series ...
Edited by Hugh Cortazzi
Comprehensive coverage of the diplomatic history in Japan of H.M. Representatives and the events that marked their period of office.
Edited by Ayako Hotta-Lister and Ian Nish
This volume, which draws on papers presented at four centenary conferences held in London and Tokyo, offers an important spotlight on the legacy of the 1910 Japan-British Exhibition, held at Shepherd’s Bush, London, particularly in the contexts of commerce and culture.
W.J. Boot, Leiden University
This volume of Critical Readings provides an overview of recent scholarship about Japanese thought, as it took shape during the Edo Period (1600-1867). It contains articles about all participants in the intellectual debate: Buddhism, Confucianism, National Studies, and Dutch Learning.
Jeff Kingston, Temple University (Japan Campus)
Critical Readings on Contemporary Japanese Politics is an interdisciplinary collection that examines various aspects of 21st century Japan ranging from elections, policymaking and foreign policy to history, nationalism, identity, civil society and the March 11, 2011 disasters.
Edited by Peter O'Connor, Musashino University, Tokyo
The second series of Critical Readings offers in ten volumes a selection of sixty-two English-language pamphlets, press and journal articles, many extremely rare. This selection of valuable primary media history resources – published between 1906 and 1948 – takes Japan’s agenda from the ...
Edited by Peter O'Connor
This collection puts the spotlight on the world’s reactions to Japan’s Imperial agenda. It contains out of print and otherwise difficult to obtain publications – novels, pamphlets, articles – that respond both for and against Japan’s propaganda. Co-published with Edition Synapse, Tokyo. NO ...
Edited by John A Tucker, East Carolina University
Critical Readings on Japanese Confucianism advances more in-depth understandings of the multifaceted nature of Confucianism in Japan by bringing together important studies from the humanities and works in translation, offering a vision of Confucianism as a dynamic cultural force.
Edited by Ben-Ami Shillony
This publication concentrates on the emperors of Japan and brings together in 4 volumes the scholarship of a variety of authors addressing Ancient and Medieval Japan; Early Modern Japan; Imperial Japan and Postwar Japan. Brill's Critical Readings publications are a one stop reference resource in ...
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