The Journal of Japanese Studies

Table of Contents
Volume 33, Number 2
Summer 2007


ARTICLES

Adultery, Punishment, and Reconciliation in Tokugawa Japan
AMY STANLEY {abstract}

How to Write a Second Restoration:
The Political Novel and Meiji Historiography
CHRISTOPHER HILL {abstract}

Envisioning a Liberal Empire in East Asia:
Yoshino Sakuzō in Taisho Japan
JUNG-SUN N. HAN {abstract}

Doppelgängers, Misogyny, and the San Francisco System:
The Occupation Narratives of Ōe Kenzaburō
MARGARET HILLENBRAND {abstract}

REVIEW ESSAY

Transformation and Persistence in Japanese Labor-Market Institutions
MARY C. BRINTON

 

REVIEWS

 

Schoppa, Race for the Exits: The Unraveling of Japan’s System of Social Protection
STEVEN K. VOGEL

 

Takeda, Political Economy of Reproduction in Japan
PATRICIA BOLING

 

Rebick and Takenaka, eds., The Changing Japanese Family
MERRY I. WHITE

 

Hara and Seiyama (Williams, trans.), Inequality amid Affluence: Social Stratification
   in Japan

JAMES M. RAYMO

 

Leheny, Think Global, Fear Local: Sex, Violence, and Anxiety in Contemporary Japan
KEISUKE IIDA

 

Foljanty-Jost, ed., Juvenile Delinquency in Japan: Reconsidering the “Crisis”
TOM GILL

 

Adachi, ed., Japanese Diasporas: Unsung Pasts, Conflicting Presents,
   and Uncertain Futures

EYAL BEN-ARI

 

Røkkum, Nature, Ritual, and Society in Japan’s Ryukyu Islands
MATTHEW ALLEN

 

Robertson, ed., A Companion to the Anthropology of Japan
GORDON MATHEWS

 

Kosaka, ed., A Sociology of Happiness: Japanese Perspectives
SEPP LINHART

 

Allison, Millennial Monsters: Japanese Toys and the Global Imagination
D. P. MARTINEZ

 

Davis, ed., Understanding Humour in Japan
JOEL COHN

 

Nakamura, Deaf in Japan: Signing and the Politics of Identity
CAROLYN S. STEVENS

 

Maguire and Nakayama, eds., Japan, Sport and Society: Tradition and Change
   in a Globalizing World

WILLIAM W. KELLY

 

Slaymaker, The Body in Postwar Japanese Fiction
MELISSA WENDER

 

Gabriel, Spirit Matters: The Transcendent in Modern Japanese Literature
KEVIN M. DOAK

 

Hirata, Discourses of Seduction: History, Evil, Desire, and
   Modern Japanese Literature

DOUG SLAYMAKER

 

Dodd, Writing Home: Representations of the Native Place in
   Modern Japanese Literature

DAVINDER BHOWMIK

 

Van Compernolle, The Uses of Memory: The Critique of Modernity
   in the Fiction of Higuchi Ichiyō

JAMES A. FUJII

 

Bowring, The Religious Traditions of Japan, 500–1600
BRIAN O. RUPPERT

 

Covell, Japanese Temple Buddhism: Worldliness in a Religion of Renunciation
BARDWELL SMITH

 

Kaminishi, Explaining Pictures: Buddhist Propaganda and
   Etoki Storytelling in Japan

MELISSA MCCORMICK

 

Levine, Daitokuji: The Visual Cultures of a Zen Monastery
SAMUEL C. MORSE

 

Carpenter, ed., Hokusai and His Age: Ukiyo-e Painting, Printmaking and
   Book Illustsration in Late Edo Japan

KENDALL H. BROWN

 

Caddeau, Appraising Genji: Literary Criticism and Cultural Anxiety
   in the Age of the Last Samurai
ROBERT KHAN

 

Tanimoto, ed., The Role of Tradition in Japan’s Industrialization:
   Another Path to Industrialization

CARL MOSK

 

Nakamura, Practical Pursuits: Takano Chōei, Takahashi Keisaku, and
   Western Medicine in Nineteenth-Century Japan

SUSAN L. BURNS

 

Howes, Japan’s Modern Prophet: Uchimura Kanzō, 1861–1930
JOHN SAGERS

 

Metzler, Lever of Empire: The International Gold Standard and
   the Crisis of Liberalism in Prewar Japan

FREDERICK R. DICKINSON

 

Gardner, Advertising Tower: Japanese Modernism and Modernity in the 1920s
GREGORY GOLLEY

 

Guex, Entre nonchalance et désespoir: Les intellectuels japonais sinologues
   face à la guerre (1930–1950)

RICHARD F. CALICHMAN

 

Wargo, The Logic of Nothingness: A Study of Nishida Kitarō
MARK UNNO

 

Takahashi, Yasukuni mondai
JOHN NELSON

 

Swenson-Wright, Unequal Allies? United States Security and
   Alliance Policy Toward Japan, 1945–1960

MICHAEL SCHALLER

 

Hori, The Changing Japanese Political System: The Liberal Democratic Party and
   the Ministry of Finance

WILLIAM W. GRIMES

 

George Mulgan, Japan’s Agricultural Policy Regime
TOMOHITO SHINODA

 

Vogel, Japan Remodeled: How Government and Industry
   Are Reforming Japanese Capitalism

EDWARD J. LINCOLN

 

Teranishi, Evolution of the Economic System in Japan
CARL MOSK

 

Storz, ed., Small Firms and Innovation Policy in Japan
D. HUGH WHITTAKER

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