The Journal of Japanese Studies

Table of Contents
Volume 34, Number 2
Summer 2008


ARTICLES

Japanese Bridges: A Translation of Yasuda Yojūrō’s “Nihon no Hashi”
ALAN TANSMAN {abstract}

The Great Kanto Earthquake and the Culture of Catastrophe
and Reconstruction in 1920s Japan
J. CHARLES SCHENCKING {abstract}

Failure to Protect Refugees? Domestic Institutions,
International Organizations, and Civil Society in Japan
PETRICE R. FLOWERS {abstract}


PERSPECTIVES

Japan’s “War Orphans”:
Identification and State Responsibility
ROBERT EFIRD {abstract}
 

REVIEWS

Morris-Suzuki, Exodus to North Korea: Shadows from Japan’s Cold War
ALEXIS DUDDEN

Tsuda, ed., Local Citizenship in Recent Countries of Immigration:
Japan in Comparative Perspective

APICHAI W. SHIPPER

Yoda and Harootunian, eds., Japan after Japan:
Social and Cultural Life from the Recessionary 1990s to the Present

DAVID LEHENY

Allen and Sakamoto, eds., Popular Culture, Globalization and Japan
SUSAN J. NAPIER

Cwiertka, Modern Japanese Cuisine: Food, Power and National Identity
MERRY I. WHITE

Ambaras, Bad Youth: Juvenile Delinquency and the
Politics of Everyday Life in Modern Japan

TOM GILL

Castro-Vázquez, In the Shadows:
Sexuality, Pedagogy, and Gender among Japanese Teenagers

BEVERLEY ANNE YAMAMOTO

McVeigh, The State Bearing Gifts:
Deception and Disaffection in Japanese Higher Education

EARL H. KINMONTH

Language and Japanese Society: Mainstream, Minorities, and Modernity
Gottlieb, Language and Society in Japan
Gottlieb, Linguistic Stereotyping and Minority Groups in Japan
Inoue, Vicarious Language: Gender and Linguistic Modernity in Japan
TESSA CARROLL

Bialock, Eccentric Spaces, Hidden Histories: Narrative, Ritual, and Royal Authority
from
The Chronicles of Japan to The Tale of the Heike
R. KELLER KIMBROUGH

D’Etcheverry, Love after The Tale of Genji: Rewriting the World of the Shining Prince
MARGARET H. CHILDS

Crowley, Haikai Poet Yosa Buson and the Bashō Revival
EDWARD KAMENS

Zwicker, Practices of the Sentimental Imagination: Melodrama, the Novel, and the Social Imaginary in Nineteenth-Century Japan
CHRISTOPHER HILL

Levy, Sirens of the Western Shore: The Westernesque Femme Fatale, Translation, and Vernacular Style in Modern Japanese Literature

SARAH FREDERICK

LaMarre, Shadows on the Screen: Tanizaki Jun’ichirō on Cinema and “Oriental” Aesthetics
HIDEAKI FUJIKI

Copeland, ed., Woman Critiqued: Translated Essays on Japanese Women’s Writing
EVE ZIMMERMAN

Hillenbrand, Literature, Modernity, and the Practice of Resistance:
Japanese and Taiwanese Fiction, 1960–1990
DAVID DER-WEI WANG

Nygren, Time Frames: Japanese Cinema and the Unfolding of History
DENNIS WASHBURN

Adolphson, Kamens, and Matsumoto, eds., Heian Japan: Centers and Peripheries
THOMAS D. CONLAN

Carter, Householders: The Reizai Family in Japanese History

LEE BUTLER

Kim, Dōgen on Meditation and Thinking: A Reflection on His View of Zen
DALE S. WRIGHT

Farris, Japan’s Medieval Population: Famine, Fertility, and Warfare in a Transformative Age MIKAEL ADOLPHSON

Lindsey, Fertility and Pleasure: Ritual and Sexual Values in Tokugawa Japan
JANET R. GOODWIN

Rubinger, Popular Literacy in Early Modern Japan
JONATHAN ZWICKER

Sawada, Practical Pursuits: Religion, Politics, and Personal Cultivation
in Nineteenth-Century Japan

SAMUEL YAMASHITA
 

Lowy, The Japanese “New Woman”: Images of Gender and Modernity
SALLY A. HASTINGS

Pflugfelder and Walker, eds., JAPANimals: History and Culture in Japan’s Animal Life
ARNE KALLAND

Takii (Noble, trans.), The Meiji Constitution: The Japanese Experience of the West and the Shaping of the Modern State
TOM GINSBURG

Doak, A History of Nationalism in Modern Japan: Placing the People
ANDREW E. BARSHAY

Kowner, ed., The Impact of the Russo-Japanese War
SANDRA WILSON

Asada, From Mahan to Pearl Harbor: The Imperial Japanese Navy and the United States
EUAN GRAHAM

Maddox, ed., Hiroshima in History: The Myths of Revisionism
Hasegawa, ed., The End of the Pacific War: Reappraisals
JAMES J. ORR

Inoue, Okinawa and the U.S. Military: Identity Making in the Age of Globalization
DAVINDER BHOWMIK

Wan, Sino-Japanese Relations: Interaction, Logic, and Transformation
REINHARD DRIFTE

Gaunder, Political Reform in Japan: Leadership Looming Large
TOMOHITO SHINODA

West, Secrets, Sex, and Spectacle: The Rules of Scandal in Japan and the United States
FRANK UPHAM

Whittaker and Cole, eds., Recovering from Success:
Innovation and Technology Management in Japan
LEONARD H. LYNN

Fujimoto (Miller, trans.), Competing to Be Really, Really Good: The Behind-the-Scenes Drama of Capability-Building Competition in the Automobile Industry
MICHAEL CUSUMANO

Miwa and Ramseyer, The Fable of the Keiretsu: Urban Legends of the Japanese Economy
Blomström and La Croix, eds., Institutional Change in Japan
CHRISTINA L. AHMADJIAN
 

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