The Journal of Japanese Studies

Table of Contents
Volume 27, Number 2
Summer 2001

ARTICLES

The Creation of the Edo Outcaste Order
GERALD GROEMER {abstract}

Regional Diversity in Demographic and Family Patterns
in Preindustrial Japan {abstract}
HAYAMI AKIRA AND KUROSU SATOMI

Saikaku and the Narrative Turnabout
JEFFREY JOHNSON {abstract}

Culture, Nationalism, and Sakaguchi Ango
JAMES DORSEY {abstract}


PERSPECTIVES

Memoirs of the Orient
ANNE ALLISON {abstract}


REVIEWS

Antoni, Shinto und die Konzeption des japanischen Nationalwesens (kokutai): Der religiöse Traditionalismus in Neuzeit und Moderne Japan
WILLIAM R. LAFLEUR

Breen and Teeuwen, eds., Shinto in History: Ways of the Kami
KLAUS ANTONI

Machida, Renegade Monk: Hōnen and Japanese Pure Land Buddhism
GALEN AMSTUTZ

Baroni, Obaku Zen: The Emergence of the Third Sect of Zen in Tokugawa Japan
STEVEN HEINE

Adolphson, The Gates of Power: Monks, Courtiers, and Warriors in Premodern Japan
THOMAS KEIRSTEAD

Ravina, Land and Lordship in Early Modern Japan
LUKE S. ROBERTS

Shively and McCullough, eds., The Cambridge History of Japan, Volume 2: Heian Japan
KARL FRIDAY

 LaMarre, Uncovering Heian Japan: An Archaeology of Sensation and Inscription
EDWARD KAMENS

Mortimer, Meeting the Sensei: The Role of the Master in Shirakaba Writers
RICHARD TORRANCE

Dodane, Yosano Akiko: Poete de la passion et figure de proue du feminisme japonais
LAUREL RASPLICA RODD

Starrs, Soundings in Time: The Fictive Art of Yasunari Kawabata
DENNIS WASHBURN

Molasky, The American Occupation of Japan and Okinawa
DAVINDER L. BHOWMIK

Yoneyama, Hiroshima Traces: Time, Space, and the Dialectics of Memory
RICHARD H. MINEAR

Harootunian, History’s Disquiet: Modernity, Cultural Practice, and the Question of Everyday Life
TOM HAVENS

Kawanishi, The Human Face of Industrial Conflict in Post-War Japan
ANDREW GORDON

Miller and Kanazawa, Order by Accident: The Origins and Consequences of Conformity in Contemporary Japan
DAVID T. JOHNSON

Mullins, Christianity Made in Japan: A Study of Indigenous Movements
T. JAMES KODERA

Ryang, ed., Koreans in Japan: Critical Voices from the Margin
KYEYOUNG PARK

LeTendre, Learning to Be Adolescent: Growing Up in U.S. and Japanese Middle Schools
KAORI H. OKANO

Long, ed., Lives in Motion: Composing Circles of Self and Community in Japan
HARUMI BEFU

Long, ed., Caring for the Elderly in Japan and the US: Practices and Purposes
Traphagan, Taming Oblivion: Aging Bodies and the Fear of Senility in Japan
NANCY ROSENBERGER


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