The Journal of Japanese Studies

Table of Contents
Volume 39, Number 2
Summer 2013


ARTICLES

 

“Tragedy in China-Town”: Murder, Civilization, and the End of Extraterritoriality in Yokohama
ERIC C. HAN {abstract}

Shipwreck!  Akita’s Local Initiative, Japan’s Foreign Debt, 1869–72
ANNE WALTHALL {abstract}

Native and Foreign in Tokugawa Medicine
DANIEL TRAMBAIOLO {abstract}

 

Act or Disease? The Making of Modern Suicide in Early Twentieth-century Japan
FRANCESCA DI MARCO {abstract}

Toward a New Modern Vernacular:
Tanizaki Jun’ichirō, Yamada Yoshio, and Showa Restoration Thought
BRIAN HURLEY {abstract}
 


REVIEWS

Stanley-Baker, Murakami, and Tambling, eds., Reading the Tale of Genji:
Its Picture Scrolls, Texts and Romance
MARGARET H. CHILDS

Fresh Views on Japanese Modernism
Oshima, International Architecture in Interwar Japan: Constructing Kokusai Kenchiku
Nakamori, Katsura: Picturing Modernism in Japanese Architecture: Photographs by Ishimoto Yasuhiro
Buntrock, Materials and Meaning in Contemporary Japanese Architecture: Tradition and Today
MARK MULLIGAN

Maske, Potters and Patrons in Edo Period Japan: Takatori Ware and the Kuroda Domain CLARE POLLARD

Rodner, Edwardian London through Japanese Eyes: The Art and Writings of Yoshio Markino, 1897–1915
AYAKO ONO

Poulton, A Beggar’s Art: Scripting Modernity in Japanese Drama, 1900–1930
TADASHI UCHINO

Bigenho, Intimate Distance: Andean Music in Japan
E. TAYLOR ATKINS

Baird, Hijikata Tatsumi and Butoh: Dancing in a Pool of Gray Grits
SONDRA FRALEIGH

Shirane, Japan and the Culture of the Four Seasons: Nature, Literature, and the Arts
RICHARD BOWRING

Kornicki, Patessio, and Rowley, eds., Female as Subject: Reading and Writing in Early Modern Japan
LAWRENCE MARCEAU

Arai, Bringing Zen Home: The Healing Spirit of Japanese Women’s Rituals
STEPHEN G. COVELL

Anderson, A Place in Public: Women’s Rights in Meiji Japan
MARA PATESSIO

Shigematsu, Scream from the Shadows: The Women’s Liberation Movement in Japan
SHERRY MARTIN MURPHY

Kovner, Occuping Power: Sex Workers and Servicemen in Postwar Japan
SABINE FRÜHSTÜCK

Okano, Young Women in Japan: Transitions to Adulthood
KEIKO HIRAO

Liu-Farrer, Labour Migration from China to Japan: International Studies, Transnational Migrants
Yoder, Deviance and Inequality in Japan: Japanese Youth and Foreign Migrants
APICHAI W. SHIPPER

Amos, Embodying Difference: The Making of Burakumin in Modern Japan
JEFFREY P. BAYLISS

Starrs, ed., Politics and Religion in Modern Japan: Red Sun, White Lotus
TRENT MAXEY

Guthrie-Shimizu, Transpacific Field of Dreams: How Baseball Linked the United States and Japan in Peace and War
ANDREW GORDON

Peattie, Drea, and van de Ven, eds., The Battle for China: Essays on the Military History of the Sino-Japanese War of 1937–1945
MICHAEL A. BARNHART

Uchida, Brokers of Empire: Japanese Settler Colonialism in Korea, 1876–1945
ANDREW E. BARSHAY

Berton, Russo-Japanese Relations, 1905–1917: From Enemies to Allies
ALEXANDER BUKH

Suzuki, Japan-Netherlands Trade 1600–1800: The Dutch East India Company and Beyond REINIER H. HESSELINK

Segal, Coins, Trade, and the State: Economic Growth in Early Medieval Japan
J. P. LAMERS

Conlan, From Sovereign to Symbol: An Age of Ritual Determinism in Fourteenth-Century Japan KAREN M. GERHART

Culpepper, Quiet Politics and Business Power: Corporate Control in Europe and Japan
MARIE SÖDERBERG

Pekkanen and Kallender-Umezu, In Defense of Japan: From the Market to the Military in Space Policy
THOMAS U. BERGER

Kagawa-Fox, The Ethics of Japan’s Global Environmental Policy: The Conflict between Principles and Practice
MIRANDA A. SCHREURS

Aldous and Suzuki, Reforming Public Health in Occupied Japan, 1945–52: Alien Prescriptions? TAKAKAZU YAMAGISHI

Key, Truth from a Lie: Documentary, Detection, and Reflexivity in Abe Kobo’s Realist Project RICHARD F. CALICHMAN


OPINION AND COMMENT


 

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