The Journal of Japanese Studies

Table of Contents
Volume 37, Number 1
Winter 2011


ARTICLES

 

Pan-Asianism in Prewar Japanese Foreign Affairs:
The Curious Case of Uchida Yasuya
RUSTIN B. GATES {abstract}

United Front from Below:
The Proletarian Cultural Movement’s Last Stand, 1931–34
MATS KARLSSON {abstract}

The Debate on the Uselessness of Western Studies
SUSANNA FESSLER {abstract}
 


PERSPECTIVES

The Democratic Party of Japan and the Future of the
U.S.-Japan Alliance
MICHAEL J. GREEN {abstract}
 

REVIEWS

Davis, Utamaro and the Spectacle of Beauty
MIRIAM WATTLES

Meech and Oliver, eds., Designed for Pleasure: The World of Edo Japan in Prints and Paintings, 1680–1860
ADAM L. KERN

Li, Ambiguous Bodies: Reading the Grotesque in Japanese Setsuwa Tales
JANET R. GOODWIN

Ramirez-Christensen, Emptiness and Temporality: Buddhism and Medieval Japanese Poetics BRIAN RUPPERT

Gerhart, The Material Culture of Death in Medieval Japan
MORGAN PITELKA

Najita, Ordinary Economies in Japan: A Historical Perspective, 1750–1950
LAURA HEIN

Ion, American Missionaries, Christian Oyatoi, and Japan, 1859–73
PAULA HARRELL

Reitan, Making a Moral Society: Ethics and the State in Meiji Japan
JOHN A. TUCKER

Triangulating the Early Language History of Japan
Frellesvig and Whitman, eds., Proto-Japanese: Issues and Prospects
Unger, The Role of Contact in the Origins of the Japanese Language and Korean Languages
Kumar, Globalizing the Prehistory of Japan: Language, Genes and Civilisation
JOHN R. BENTLEY

Shillony, ed., The Emperors of Modern Japan
HUGH CORTAZZI

DiNitto, A Critique of Modernity and Militarism in Prewar Japan
SARAH FREDERICK

Tansman, ed., The Culture of Japanese Fascism
WALTER SKYA

Tansman, The Aesthetics of Japanese Fascism
ROY STARRS

Dorsey, Critical Aesthetics: Kobayashi Hideo, Modernity, and Wartime Japan
SEIJI M. LIPPIT

Dobson and Kosuge, eds., Japan and Britain at War and Peace
SARAH HYDE

Jeans, Terasaki Hidenari, Pearl Harbor, and Occupied Japan: A Bridge to Reality
ANTONY BEST

Seraphim, War Memory and Social Politics in Japan, 1945–2005
Jager and Mitter, eds., Ruptured Histories: War, Memory, and the Post–Cold War in Asia CHRISTOPHER GOTO-JONES

Bukh, Japan’s National Identity and Foreign Policy: Russia as Japan’s “Other”
HIROSHI KIMURA

Hara and Jukes, eds., Northern Territories, Asia-Pacific Regional Conflicts, and the Åland Experience: Untying the Kurillian Knot
GILBERT ROZMAN

Hirano, History Education and International Relations: A Case Study of Diplomatic Disputes over Japanese Textbooks
TAKASHI YOSHIDA

O’Bryan, The Growth Idea: Purpose and Prosperity in Postwar Japan
ANDREW GORDON

Tobin, Hsueh, and Karasawa, Preschool in Three Cultures Revisited: China, Japan, and the United States
PETER CAVE

Ivry, Embodying Culture: Pregnancy in Japan and Israel
ROGER GOODMAN

Faier, Intimate Encounters: Filipina Women and the Remaking of Rural Japan
JOSHUA HOTAKA ROTH

Flowers, Refugees, Women, and Weapons: International Norm Adoption and Compliance in Japan
APICHAI W. SHIPPER

Martinez, Remaking Kurosawa: Translations and Permutations in Global Cinema
STEPHEN PRINCE

Baskett, The Attractive Empire: Transnational Film Culture in Imperial Japan
D. P. MARTINEZ

Watt, When Empire Comes Home: Repatriation and Reintegration in Postwar Japan YOSHIKUNI IGARASHI

Sherif, Japan’s Cold War: Media, Literature, and the Law
URS MATTHIAS ZACHMANN

Bolton, Sublime Voices: The Fictional Science and Scientific Fiction of Abe Kōbō
ATSUKO SAKAKI

Lamarre, The Anime Machine: A Media Theory of Animation
SUSAN J. NAPIER


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