The Journal of Japanese Studies

Table of Contents
Volume 40, Number 1
Winter 2014


ARTICLES

 

The “Matsukata Deflation” Reconsidered:
Financial Stabilization and Japanese Exports in a Global Depression, 1881–85
STEVEN J. ERICSON {abstract}

The “Devil” in the Heart: Enchi Fumiko’s Onnamen and the Uncanny
MICHAEL C. BROWNSTEIN {abstract}

Censorship, Academic Factionalism, and University Autonomy in Wartime Japan: The Yanaihara Incident Reconsidered
TAKASHI SHOGIMEN {abstract}

 

The Discourse of Intermarriage in Colonial Taiwan
EIKA TAI {abstract}

 


REVIEWS

Bamba and Haight, Child Welfare and Development: A Japanese Case Study
SUSAN D. HOLLOWAY

Ronald and Alexy, eds., Home and Family in Japan: Continuity and Transformation
MERRY WHITE

Dusinberre, Hard Times in the Hometown: A History of Community Survival in Modern Japan
BRIAN PLATT

Brumann, Tradition, Democracy and the Townscape of Kyoto: Claiming a Right to the Past
MARTIN DUSINBERRE

Christy, A Discipline on Foot: Inventing Japanese Native Ethnography, 1910–1945
MICHAEL DYLAN FOSTER

Rabson, The Okinawan Diaspora in Japan: Crossing the Borders Within
GABRIELE VOGT

Figal, Beachheads: War, Peace, and Tourism in Postwar Okinawa
DAVINDER L. BHOWMIK

Knight, Herding Monkeys to Paradise: How Macaque Troops Are Managed for Tourism in Japan
 DAVID S. SPRAGUE

McCallum, Hakuhō Sculpture
LORI MEEKS

Wakabayashi, The Seven Tengu Scrolls: Evil and the Rhetoric of Legitimacy in Medieval Japanese Buddhism
ELIZABETH HORTON SHARF

Glassman, The Face of Jizō: Image and Cult in Medieval Japanese Buddhism
SARAH HORTON

Lillehoj, Art and Palace Politics in Early Modern Japan, 1580s–1680s
ANDREW L. MASKE

Brown, Cultivating Commons: Joint Ownership of Arable Land in Early Modern Japan
ETHAN ISAAC SEGAL

Iwasawa, Tama in Japanese Myth: A Hermeneutical Study of Ancient Japanese Divinity
GARY L. EBERSOLE

Screech, Obtaining Images: Art, Production and Display in Edo Japan
JAMES T. ULAK

Fukuoka, The Premise of Fidelity: Science, Visuality, and Representing the Real in Nineteenth-century Japan
ALISTAIR SWALE

Winther-Tamaki, Maximum Embodiment: Yōga, the Western Painting of Japan, 1912–1955 GENNIFER WEISENFELD

Starrs, ed., Rethinking Japanese Modernism
ANGELA YIU

Hutchinson, Nagai Kafū’s Occidentalism: Defining the Japanese Self
IRMELA HIJIYA-KIRSCHNEREIT

Vincent, Two-timing Modernity: Homosocial Narrative in Modern Japanese Fiction
JOHN WHITTIER TREAT

Suganuma, Contact Memories: The Politics of Intercultural Desire in Japanese Male-Queer Cultures
GARY LEUPP

Frühstück and Walthall, eds., Recreating Japanese Men
MARK MCLELLAND

McLelland, Love, Sex, and Democracy in Japan during the American Occupation
SARAH FREDERICK

Dorman, Celebrity Gods: New Religions, Media, and Authority in Occupied Japan
NANCY STALKER

Fisker-Nielsen, Religion and Politics in Contemporary Japan: Soka Gakkai Youth and Komeito DANIEL A. MÉTRAUX

Shamoon, Passionate Friendship: The Aesthetics of Girls’ Culture in Japan
KAZUMI NAGAIKE

Minamida and Tsuji, eds. (Stickland, trans.), Pop Culture and the Everyday in Japan: Sociological Perspectives
AKIKO HASHIMOTO

Kushner, Slurp! A Social and Culinary History of Ramen—Japan’s Favorite Noodle Soup
TIMOTHY Y. TSU

Steinberg, Anime’s Media Mix: Franchising Toys and Characters in Japan
DEBORAH SHAMOON

Condry, The Soul of Anime: Collaborative Creativity and Japan’s Media Success Story
MICHAEL MCCASKEY

Matsui, The Constitution of Japan: A Contextual Analysis
KAZUHIRO TAKII

Schoppa, ed., The Evolution of Japan’s Party System: Politics and Policy in an Era of Institutional Change
ETHAN SCHEINER

Oka, Policy Entrepreneurship and Elections in Japan: A Political Biography of Ozawa Ichiro AURELIA GEORGE MULGAN

Sasada, The Evolution of the Japanese Developmental State: Institutions Locked in by Ideas GENE PARK

Itoh, Pioneers of Sino-Japanese Relations: Liao and Takasaki
PAULA S. HARRELL

Itoh, The Origin of Ping-Pong Diplomacy: The Forgotten Architect of Sino-U.S. Rapprochement DAQING YANG

Mikanagi, Masculinity and Japan’s Foreign Relations
HUGO DOBSON

Schiltz, The Money Doctors from Japan: Finance, Imperialism, and the Building of the Yen Bloc, 1895–1937
RICHARD J. SMETHURST

Garon, Beyond Our Means: Why America Spends While the World Saves
MARK METZLER

Fu, An Emerging Non-regular Labour Force in Japan: The Dignity of Dispatched Workers
ROSS MOUER

Sato and Imai, eds., Japan’s New Inequality: Intersection of Employment Reforms and Welfare Arrangements
KAORI H. OKANO

Miura, Welfare through Work: Conservative Ideas, Partisan Dynamics, and Social Protection in Japan
GREGORY J. KASZA

Yamagishi, War and Health Insurance Policy in Japan and the United States: World War II to Postwar Reconstruction
AKIHITO SUZUKI

Taplin and Lawman, eds., Mental Health Care in Japan
YUKO KAWANISHI

Kitanaka, Depression in Japan: Psychiatric Cures for a Society in Distress
SUSAN L. BURNS


 

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