The Journal of Japanese Studies

Table of Contents
Volume 32, Number 1
Winter 2006


ARTICLES
E
iheiji and Dōgen Hagiography
WILLIAM M. BODIFORD {abstract}

Manuscript, not Print: Scribal Culture in the Edo Period
P. F. KORNICKI {abstract}

"A Great Disobedience Against the People":
Popular Press Criticism of Japan’s Siberian Intervention, 1918-22
PAUL E. DUNSCOMB {abstract}

Writing Colonial Lineage in Sakaguchi Reiko's "Tokeisō"
KIMBERLY KONO {abstract}

Invisible Immigrants:
Undocumented Migration and Border Controls in Postwar Japan
TESSA MORRIS-SUZUKI {abstract} 

 

REVIEWS

Tanaka, New Times in Modern Japan
JORDAN SAND

Maeda (Fujii, ed.), Text and the City: Essays on Japanese Modernity
PAUL ANDERER

Tschudin and Hamon, eds., La modernité à l’horizon:
   La culture populaire dans le Japon des années vingt

JOHN CLARK

Tsutsui, Godzilla On My Mind: Fifty Years of the King of Monsters
ANNE ALLISON

Carruthers and Takahashi, The Theatre of Suzuki Tadashi
TIMOTHY ILES

Johnson, The Koto: A Traditional Instrument in Contemporary Japan
BONNIE C. WADE

Rubinfien, Phillips, and Dower, Shomei Tomatsu: Skin of the Nation
JULIA ADENEY THOMAS

Guth, Longfellow's Tattoos: Tourism, Collecting, and Japan
VICTORIA WESTON

Guth, Volk, and Yamanashi, Japan and Paris:
   Impressionism, Postimpressionism, and the Modern Era

DOUG SLAYMAKER

 Schnellbächer, Abe Kobō, Literary Strategist: The Evolution of His Agenda
   and Rhetoric in the Context of Postwar Japanese Avant-garde and
   Communist Artists' Movements
TOM HAVENS

Tomasi, Rhetoric in Modern Japan: Western Influences on the
   Development of Narrative and Oratorical Style
DENNIS WASHBURN

Trede, Image, Text and Audience: The Taishokan Narrative in
   Visual Representations of the Early Modern Period in Japan
MELINDA TAKEUCHI

Mostow, ed. and trans., At the House of Gathered Leaves: Shorter Biographical
   and Autobiographical Narratives from Japanese Court Literature
LINDA H. CHANCE

Platt, Burning and Building: Schooling and State Formation in Japan, 1750-1890
NEIL L. WATERS

Fuess, Divorce in Japan: Family, Gender, and the State 1600-2000
ANNE E. IMAMURA

Burns, Before the Nation: Kokugaku and the Imagining of Community
   in Early Modern Japan
SAMUEL YAMASHITA

Vanoverbeke, Community and State in the Japanese Farm Village:
   Farm Tenancy Conciliation (1924-1938)
KERRY SMITH

Chan-Tiberghien, Gender and Human Rights Politics in Japan:
   Global Norms and Domestic Networks
DEBORAH J. MILLY

Széll and Tominaga, eds., The Environmental Challenges for Japan and Germany:
   Intercultural and Interdisciplinary Perspectives
MIRANDA SCHREURS

Milhaupt and West, Economic Organizations and Corporate Governance in Japan:
   The Impact of Formal and Informal Rules
JOHN O. HALEY

Lincoln and Gerlach, Japan’s Network Economy: Structure, Persistence, and Change
EDWARD J. LINCOLN

Itoh, The Hatoyama Dynasty: Japanese Political Leadership through the Generations
ELLIS S. KRAUSS

Eldridge, The Return of the Amami Islands: The Reversion Movement and
   U.S.-Japan Relations
DENNIS T. YASUTOMO

Braddick, Japan and the Sino-Soviet Alliance, 1950-1964: In the Shadow of the Monolith
TSUYOSHI HASEGAWA

Kelly, ed., Fanning the Flames: Fans and Consumer Culture in Contemporary Japan
DOLORES MARTINEZ

Wu, The Care of the Elderly in Japan
MISA IZUHARA

Formanek and LaFleur, eds., Practicing the Afterlife: Perspectives from Japan
HANK GLASSMAN

Kasulis, Shinto: The Way Home
MARK TEEUWEN

Inoue, ed., Shinto: A Short History
SARAH THAL

Dobbins, Letters of the Nun Eshinni: Images of Pure Land Buddhism in Medieval Japan
BARBARA RUCH

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