The Journal of Japanese Studies

Table of Contents
Volume 36, Number 1
Winter 2010


ARTICLES

Tokugawa Defense Redux:
Organizational Failure in the Phaeton Incident of 1808
NOELL WILSON {abstract}

The Novel’s Other: Detective Fiction and
the Literary Project of Tsubouchi Shōyō
SATORU SAITO {abstract}

A Comparative Study of Tenkō:
Sata Ineko and Miyamoto Yuriko
JENNIFER CULLEN {abstract}
 

REVIEWS

Estevez-Abe, Welfare and Capitalism in Postwar Japan
LEONARD J. SCHOPPA

Schaede, Choose and Focus: Japanese Business Strategies for the 21st Century
EDWARD J. LINCOLN

Cargill and Sakamoto, Japan since 1980
LONNY E. CARLILE

Hutchison and Westermann, eds., Japan’s Great Stagnation: Financial and Monetary Policy Lessons for Advanced Economies
DAVID FLATH

Grimes, Currency and Contest in East Asia: The Great Power Politics of Financial Regionalism
T. J. PEMPEL

Pekkanen, Japan’s Aggressive Legalism: Law and Foreign Trade Politics Beyond the WTO
HUGO DOBSON

Dent, ed., China, Japan and Regional Leadership in East Asia
MARIE SÖDERBERG

Lee, The Japanese Challenge to the American Neoliberal Order: Identity, Meaning, and Foreign Policy
WILLIAM W. GRIMES

Sato and Hirata, eds., Norms, Interests, and Power in Japanese Foreign Policy
DENNIS T. YASUTOMO

Lind, Sorry States: Apologies in International Politics
THOMAS W. BURKMAN

Nozaki, War Memory, Nationalism and Education in Postwar Japan, 1945–2007: The Japanese History Textbook Controversy and Ienaga Saburō’s Court Challenges
BOB TADASHI WAKABAYASHI

Kimura (Ealey, trans.), The Kurillian Knot: A History of Japanese-Russian Border Negotiations
JOSEPH P. FERGUSON

Ferguson, Japanese-Russian Relations, 1907–2007
HIROSHI KIMURA

Fogel, Articulating the Sinosphere: Sino-Japanese Relations in Space and Time
MING WAN

Foster, Pandemonium and Parade: Japanese Monsters and the Culture of Yōkai
GERALD FIGAL

Tseng, The Imperial Museums of Meiji Japan: Architecture and the Art of the Nation
TOM HAVENS

Nornes, Forest of Pressure: Ogawa Shinsuke and Postwar Japanese Documentary
YOSHIKUNI IGARASHI

Suter, The Japanization of Modernity: Murakami Haruki between Japan and the United States
MATTHEW C. STRECHER

Lützeler, Ungleichheit in der global city Tōkyō: Aktuelle sozialräumliche Entwicklungen im Spannungsfeld von Globalisierung und lokalen Sonderbedingungen
EVELYN SCHULZ

Ogawa, The Failure of Civil Society? The Third Sector and the State in Contemporary Japan
MARY ALICE HADDAD

Shipper, Fighting for Foreigners: Immigration and Its Impact on Japanese Democracy
JOSHUA H. ROTH

Ooms, Imperial Politics and Symbolics in Ancient Japan: The Tenmu Dynasty, 650–800
BRUCE L. BATTEN

Como, Shōtoku: Ethnicity, Ritual, and Violence in the Japanese Buddhist Tradition
DONALD F. MCCALLUM

Stone and Walter, eds., Death and the Afterlife in Japanese Buddhism
ANDREW BERNSTEIN

Porcu, Pure Land Buddhism in Modern Japanese Culture
RICHARD M. JAFFE

Heine, Zen Skin, Zen Marrow: Will the Real Zen Buddhism Please Stand Up?
HELEN J. BARONI

Borup, Japanese Rinzai Zen Buddhism: Myōshinji, a Living Religion
STEPHEN G. COVELL

Paramore, Ideology and Christianity in Japan
WILLIAM J. FARGE, S.J.

Willcock, The Japanese Political Thought of Uchimura Kanzō (1861–1930: Synthesizing Bushidō, Christianity, Nationalism, and Liberalism
JOHN F. HOWES

Karube (Noble, trans.), Maruyama Masao and the Fate of Liberalism in Twentieth-Century Japan
J. VICTOR KOSCHMANN


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