The Journal of Japanese Studies

Table of Contents
Volume 37, Number 2
Summer 2011


ARTICLES

 

Democratization, 1919, and Lawyer Advocacy for a Japanese Jury
DARRYL FLAHERTY {abstract}

Enthroning Hirohito: Culture and Nation in 1920s Japan
SANDRA WILSON {abstract}

“Comedy” Can Be Deadly: Or, How Mark Twain Killed Hara Hōitsuan
INDRA LEVY {abstract}
 


PERSPECTIVES

The Heisei Economy: Puzzles, Problems, Prospects
EDWARD J. LINCOLN {abstract}
 

REVIEW ESSAY

Japan and the United States: An Unnatural Intimacy
KENNETH B. PYLE
 

REVIEWS

Como, Weaving and Binding: Immigrant Gods and Female Immortals in Ancient Japan
LORI MEEKS

Commons, Hitomaro: Poet as God
GUSTAV HELDT

Nenzi, Excursions in Identity: Travel and the Intersection of Place, Gender, and Status in Edo Japan
RONALD P. TOBY

Wigen, A Malleable Map: Geographies of Restoration in Central Japan, 1600–1912
DAVID L. HOWELL

Siniawer, Ruffians, Yakuza, Nationalists: The Violent Politics of Modern Japan, 1860–1960
PATRICIA G. STEINHOFF

Anderson, Japan and the Specter of Imperialism
CHRISTOPHER HILL

Kovalio, The Russian Protocols of Zion in Japan: Yudayaka/Jewish Peril Propaganda and Debates in the 1920s
DAVID G. GOODMAN

Ives, Imperial-Way Zen: Ichikawa Hakugen’s Critique and Lingering Questions for Buddhist Ethics
NAM-LIN HUR

Townsend, Miki Kiyoshi 1897–1945: Japan’s Itinerant Philosopher
JOHN C. MARALDO

Caprio, Japanese Assimilation Policies in Colonial Korea, 1910–1945
MARIE SEONG-HAK KIM

Kawashima, The Proletarian Gamble: Korean Workers in Interwar Japan
JOHN LIE

Iguchi (Noble, trans.), Demystifying Pearl Harbor: A New Perspective from Japan
FREDERICK DICKINSON

Dierkes, Postwar History Education in Japan and the Germanys: Guilty Lessons
SVEN SAALER

Gordon, Fujita, Kariya, and LeTendre, eds., Challenges to Japanese Education: Economics, Reform, and Human Rights
PETER CAVE

Ishida and Slater, eds., Social Class in Contemporary Japan: Structures, Sorting and Strategies
YOSHIO SUGIMOTO

Holloway, Women and Family in Contemporary Japan
MARY C. BRINTON

Hertog, Tough Choices: Bearing an Illegitimate Child in Japan
TSIPY IVRY

Hashimoto and Traphagan, eds., Imagined Families, Lived Families: Culture and Kinship in Contemporary Japan
KATHLEEN UNO

Fujita, Cultural Migrants from Japan: Youth, Media, and Migration in New York and London
JUNKO SAKAI

Francks, The Japanese Consumer: An Alternative Economic History of Modern Japan
MARK METZLER

Gerteis, Gender Struggles: Wage-Earning Women and Male-Dominated Unions in Postwar Japan
ROBIN M. LEBLANC

LeBlanc, The Art of the Gut: Manhood, Power, and Ethics in Japanese Politics
DAVID LEHENY

Whittaker and Deakin, eds., Corporate Governance and Managerial Reform in Japan
MASAO NAKAMURA

Lam, Japan’s Peace-building Diplomacy in Asia: Seeking a More Active Political Role
PAUL MIDFORD

Lumumba-Kasongo, Japan-Africa Relations
KWEKU AMPIAH

Aoyama, Reading Food in Modern Japanese Literature
BARAK KUSHNER

Bullock, The Other Women’s Lib: Gender and Body in Japanese Women’s Fiction
ANN SHERIF

Tomonari, Constructing Subjectivities: Autobiographies in Modern Japan
IRMELA HIJIYA-KIRSCHNEREIT

Keene, So Lovely a Country Will Never Perish: Wartime Diaries of Japanese Writers
JAMES DORSEY


 

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