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'Christian Century'
Edo Period
Meiji Restoration to Present
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Bibliography

Classified List of Articles

History

General

BOHNER, Hermann. Tachibana no Hayanari Den. 5: 188-202.

COOPER, Michael. Sixty Monumental Years. 53: 1-12.

HIRAIZUMI H. Der Einfluss der Mappo-Lehre in der japanischen Geschichte. 1: 58-69.

PIGGOTT, Joan R. Keeping Up With the Past: New Discoveries Enrich Our Views of History. 38: 313-19.

SANSOM, George B. Some Problems in the Study of Japanese History. 1: 42-47.

STEENSTRUP, Carl. 31 CISHAAN. 39: 163-75.

SZCZESNIAK, Boleslaw. Some Revisions of the Ancient Japanese Chronology: Ojin Tenno Period. 8: 1-14.

VERSCHUER, Charlotte von. Looking from Within and Without: Ancient and Medieval External Relations. 55: 537-66.

VOLLMER, Klaus. The Anatomy of an Age: Interpretations of Modern History in Postwar Germany and Japan. 56: 239-54

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Early Times until the Edo Period

BATTEN, Bruce L. Foreign Threat and Domestic Reform: The Emergence of the Ritsuryo Reform. 41: 199-219.

BENDER, Ross. The Hachiman Cult and the Dokyo Incident. 34: 125-53.

BERRY, Mary Elizabeth. Public Official or Feudal Lord? 36: 187-93.

BINKENSTEIN, Rolf. Die Ryukyu-Expedition unter Shimazu lehisa. 4: 256-69.

BODART BAILEY, Beatrice M. Tea and Counsel: The Political Role of Sen Rikyu. 32: 49-74.

BORGEN, Robert. The Origins of the Sugawara: A History of the Haji Family. 30: 405-22.

BORGEN, Robert. The Japanese Mission to China, 801-806. 37: 1-25.

BOSCARO, Adriana. An Introduction to the Private Correspondence of Toyotomi Hideyoshi. 27: 415-21.

BROWNLEE, John S. The Shokyu War and the Political Rise of the Warriors. 24: 59-77.

BROWNLEE, John S. Crisis as Reinforcement of the Imperial Institution: The Case of the Jokyu Incident, 1221. 30: 193-201.

COLLCUTT, Martin. Kings of Japan? The Political Authority of the Ashikaga Shoguns. 37: 523-29.

EDWARDS, Walter. In Pursuit of Himiko: Postwar Archaeology and the Location of Yamatai. 51: 53-80.

EDWARDS, Walter. Mirrors on Ancient Yamato: The Kurozuka Kofun Discovery and the Question of Yamatai. 54: 75-110.

FARRIS, William Wayne. Trade, Money, and Merchants in Nara Japan. 53: 303-334.

FRIDAY, Karl. Teeth and Claws: Provincial Warriors and the Heian Court. 43: 153-85.

FUNKE, Mark C. Hitachi no Kuni Fudoki. 49: 1-29.

GOODWIN, Janet R. Shadows of Transgression: Heian and Kamakura Constructions of Prostitution 55: 327-368.

GROSSBERG, Kenneth A. From Feudal Chieftain to Secular Monarch. 31: 29-49.

HAZARD, Benjamin H. The Formative Years of the Wako, 1223-63. 22: 260-77.

HUDSON, Mark & Gina L. Barnes. Yoshinogari: A Yayoi Settlement in Northern Kyushu. 46: 211-35.

HURST, G. Cameron. The Reign of Go-Sanjo and the Revival of Imperial Power. 27: 65-83.

HURST, G. Cameron. Michinaga's Maladies: A Medical Report on Fujiwara no Michinaga. 34: 101-12.

KANDA, James. Methods of Land Transfer in Medieval Japan. 33: 379-405.

KEALLY, Charles T. A Jomon Site at Ninomiya. 24: 249-58.

KEALLY, Charles T. The Earliest Cultures in Japan. 27: 143-47.

KIDDER, J. Edward, Jr. The Newly Discovered Takamatsuzuka Tomb. 27: 245-51.

KIDDER, J. Edward, Jr. The Fujinoki Tomb and its Grave-Goods. 42: 57-87.

KIDDER, J. Edward, Jr. The Fujinoki Sarcophagus. 44: 415-60.

KIDDER, J. Edward, Jr. Saddle Bows and Rump Plumes: More on the Fujinoki Tomb. 45: 75-85.

KIERSTEAD, Thomas E. Fragmented Estates: The Breakup of the Myo and the Decline of the Shoen System. 40: 311-30.

KILEY, Cornelius J. Uji and Kabane in Ancient Japan. 32: 365-76.

LIETEAU, Haruyo. The Yasutoki-Myoe Discussion: A Translation from Togano-o Myoe Shonin Denki. 30: 203-10.

MCCULLOUGH, William, tr. Shokyuki: An Account of the Shokyu War of 1221. 19: 163-215 & 420-55.

MCCULLOUGH, William, tr. The Azuma Kagami Account of the Shokyu War. 23: 102-55.

MIYAZAKI Fumiko. Religious Life of the Kamakura Bushi: Kumagai Naozane and His Descendants. 47: 435-67.

MURAKAMI, Fuminobu. Incest and Rebirth in Kojiki. 43: 455-63.

NICKERSON, Peter. The Meaning of Matrilocality: Kinship, Property, and Politics in Mid-Heian. 48: 429-67.

PALMER, Edwina. Land of the Rising Sun: The Predominant East-West Axis among the Early Japanese. 46: 69-90.

PIGGOTT, Joan R. Sacral Kingship and Confederacy in Early Izumo. 44: 45-74.

PIGGOTT, Joan R. Mokkan: Wooden Documents from the Nara Period. 45: 449-70.

SATO, Elizabeth. Oyama Estate and Insei Land Policies. 34: 73-99.

SCHILLING, Dorotheus. War der Franziskaner Odorich von Pordenone im 14. Jahrhundert in Japan? 6: 86-109.

STEENSTRUP, Carl. The Imagawa Letter: A Muromachi Warrior's Code of Conduct Which Became a Tokugawa Schoolbook. 28: 295-316.

STEENSTRUP, Carl. Hojo Soun's Twenty-One Articles. 29: 283-303.

STEENSTRUP, Carl. Pushing the Papers of Kamakura: The Nitty-gritticists versus the Grand Sweepers. 35: 337-46.

STEENSTRUP, Carl. The Middle Ages Survey'd. 46: 237-52.

TOBY, Ronald P. Why Leave Nara? Kammu and the Transfer of the Capital. 40: 331-47.

TONOMURA, Hitomi. Forging the Past: Medieval Counterfeit Documents. 40: 69-96.

VON VERSCHUER, Charlotte, tr. Japan's Foreign Relations 600 to 1200 A.D.: A Translation from Zenrin Kokuhoki. 54: 1-39.

ZOELLNER, Reinhard. The Sun Also Rises: Go-Daigo in Revolt. 53: 517-528.

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'Christian Century'

ABRANCHES PINTO, J. A. & Henri Bernard. Les Instructions du Pere Valignano pour l'ambassade japonaise en Europe. 6: 391-403.

ALVAREZ-TALADRIZ, J. L. Don Rodrigo de Vivero et la Destruction de la Nao 'Madre de Deos' (1609-1610). 2: 479-511.

ALVAREZ-TALADRIZ, J. L. Dos Notas sobre la Embajada del Padre Juan Cobo. 3: 657-64.

ANESAKI Masaharu. Prosecution of Kirishitans after the Shimabara Insurrection. 1: 295-300.

ARNAIZ, Gregorio. Observaciones sobre la Embajada del Domnico P. Juan Cobo. 2: 634-37.

BAILEY, Don Clifford. The Rakuyoshu. 16: 289-376 & 17: 214-64.

BERNARD, Henri. Les Debuts das Relations Diplomatiques entre le Japon et les Espagnols des Illes Philippines (1571-1594). 1: 99-137.

BERNARD, Henri. Valignani ou Valignano, l'auteur veritable du recit de la premiere ambassade japonaise en Europe (1582-1590). 1: 378-85.

BOHNER, Alfred. Tenchi Hajimari no Koto. 1: 465-514.

BOXER, C. R. The Embassy of Captain Goncalo de Siqueira de Souza to Japan in 1644-1647. 2: 40-74 & 512-17.

BOXER, C. R. Japanese Christians Buried in the Jesuit College Church of Sao Paulo at Macau. 1: 265-68.

BRAGA, J. M. The Panegyric of Alexander Valignano. 5: 523-35.

CIESLIK, Hubert. Die Goningumi im Dienste der Christenuberwachung. 7: 102-55.

CIESLIK, Hubert. The Great Martyrdom in Edo, 1632. 10: 1-44.

CIESLIK, Hubert. Nanbanji-Romane der Tokugawa-Zeit. 6: 13-51.

CIESLIK, Hubert. P. Pedro Kasui (1587-1639): Der letzte japanishe Jesuit der Tokugawa-zeit. 15: 35-86.

CIESLIK, Hubert. The Case of Christavao Ferreira. 29: 1-54.

COOPER, Michael. The Mechanics of the Macao-Nagasaki Silk Trade. 27: 423-33.

CUMMINS, J. S. Present Location of the Pei-t'ang Library. 22: 482-87.

DOI Tadao. Das Sprachstudium der Gesellschaft Jesu in Japan im 16. und 17 Jahrhundert. 2: 437-65.

EBISAWA Arimichi. Irmao Lourenco. 5: 225-33.

HAYASHI Razan. Hai Yaso-Anti-Jesus. Hayashi Razan's antichristlicher Bericht uber eine konfuzianisch-christliche Disputation aus dem Jahre 1606. Tr. by Hans Muller, 2: 268-75.

HEUVERS, Hermann. Gratia Hosokawa in Mitono. 1: 272-77.

HUMBERTCLAUDE, Pierre. Cosme de Magalhaens et le catechisme latin de Valignano. 5: 244-45.

HUMBERTCLAUDE, Pierre. Doctrina en dix Articles et Doctrina en onze Articles. 5: 234-43.

HUMBERTCLAUDE, Pierre. Myotei Mondo. Une apologetique chretienne japonaise de 1605. 1: 515-48 & 2: 237-67.

HUMBERTCLAUDE, Pierre. Notes complementaires sur la biographie de l'ex-Frere Jesuite Fabien Fucan. 4: 617-21.

HUMBERTCLAUDE, Pierre. Supplements aux 'Recherches sur deux Catalogues de Macao'. 6: 435-44.

KATAOKA Yakichi. Takayama Ukon. 1: 451-64.

KLEISER, Alfons. P. Alexander Valignanis Gesandtschaftsreise nach Japan zum Quambacudono Toyotomoi Hideyoshi (1588-1591). 1: 70-98.

KLEISER, Alfons. Dona Gracia Hosokawa. 2: 609-16.

KODA Shigetomo. Notes sur la presse jesuite au Japon et plus specialement sur les livres imprimes en caracteres japonais. 2: 374-85.

KUENBURG, Max von. Kirishitan Yashiki, das ehemalige Christengefangnis in Koishikawa. 1: 592-96.

LAURES, Johannes. Neuentdeckte japanische Jesuitendrucke im Pei'tang zu Peking. 1: 138-53.

LAURES, Johannes. Die alte Missionsbibliothek im Pei-t'ang zu Peking. 2: 124-39.

LAURES, Johannes. Das kirchliche Sprachproblem in der neuerstandenen japanischen Mission. 3: 630-36.

LAURES, Johannes. Neue Funde zur japanischen Jesuitendruckerei. 4: 611-16.

LAURES, Johannes. Takayama Ukon: A Critical Essay. 5: 86-112.

LAURES, Johannes. Paulo Navarro's Manuscript on the Mother of God Discovered. 5: 254.

LAURES, Johannes. Were the Takayamas and the Naitos involved in Hideyori's Plot? 6: 233-44.

LAURES, Johannes. Two Macao Catalogues of the 17th Century. 6: 432-34.

LAURES, Johannes. Die Zahl der Christen und Martyrer im alten Japan. 7: 84-101.

LAURES, Johannes. Second Supplement to Kirishitan Bunko. 7: 269-99 & 11: 214.

LAURES, Johannes. Notes on the Death of Ninshitsu, Xavier's Bonze Friend, 8: 407-11.

LAURES, Johannes. The Jesuit Mission Press in Japan. 13: 163-65.

LAURES, Johannes. Ein portugiesischer Brief Takayama Ukons. 15: 178-81.

LAURES, Johannes. Die Kirche von Chikugo. 15: 380-414.

LLOPEZ GAY, Jesus. La Primera Biblioteca de los Jesutas en el Japon. 15: 350-79.

LLOPEZ GAY, Jesus. Un Documento Inedito del P. G. Vazquez (1549-1604) sobre los Problemas Morales del Japon. 16: 118-60.

MAREGA, Mario. E-fumi. 2: 281-86.

MASSARELLA, Derek. James I and Japan. 38: 377-86.

MATSUDA Kiichi. Armaduras Japonesas en la Real Armera de Madrid. 16: 395-401.

MURAKAMI Naojiro. An Old Church Calendar in Japanese. 5: 219-24.

MURAKAMI Naojiro. The Jesuit Seminary of Azuchi. 6: 370-74.

NAKAMURA Hirosi. Passage en France de Hasekura, Ambassadeur Japonais a la cour de Rome au commencement du XVIIe siecle. 3: 445-57.

PACHECO, Diego. The Founding of the Port of Nagasaki. 25: 303-23.

PACHECO, Diego. Diogo de Mesquita, S.J., and the Jesuit Mission Press. 26: 431-43.

PACHECO, Diego. Xavier and Tanegashima. 29: 477-80.

PETERSON, John. A Copy of Bonifacii Christiani Pueri Institutio in Copenhagen. 15: 176-77.

REPETTI, W. C. Relics of Three Jesuit Martyrs, John, Paul and James, Preserved in the Church 'San Ignacio' at Manila. 2: 291-92.

SCHILLING, Dorotheus. Neue Funde zu den christlichen Druckereien 17. Jahrhundert. 3: 648-53.

SCHILLING, Dorotheus. Der erste Tabak in Japan. 5: 113-43.

SCHURHAMMER, Georg. Neuere Hilfsmittel zum Studium der Namban-Kultur. 2: 624-33.

SCHUTTE, Franz Josef. Ignatianische Exerzitien im fruhchristlichen Japan. 6: 375-90.

SPEAR, Richard L. Research on the 1593 Jesuit Mission Press Edition of Esop's Fables. 19: 456-65.

TASSINARI, R. The End of Padre Sidotti: Some New Discoveries. 5: 246-53.

VOSS, Gustav. Masaharu Anesaki als Historiker das 'Christlichen Jahrhunderts'. 1: 568-75.

YAMAGIWA, Joseph. Revisions in the Rakuyoshu at the Time of Its Printing in 1598. 11: 185-94.

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Edo Period

ABIKO, Bonnie. Persecuted Patriot: Watanabe Kazan and the Tokugawa Bakufu. 44: 199-219.

ANONYMOUS. Notes on the Japanese Mission Which Was Shipwrecked between Bangka and Billiton in 1862 on its Way from Japan to Holland via Batavia. 5: 540-50.

AOKI, Michiko Y. & Margaret B. Dardess, tr. The Popularization of Samurai Values: A Sermon by Hosoi Heishu. 31: 393-413.

BEASLEY, W. G. Japanese Castaways and British Interpreters. 46: 91-103.

BEERENS, Anna. Interview with a Bakumatsu Official: A Translation from Kyûji Shimonroku 55: 369-398.

BODART BAILEY, Beatrice. Councillor Defended: Matsukage Nikki and Yanagisawa Yoshiyasu. 34: 467-78.

BODART BAILEY, Beatrice. The Laws of Compassion. 40: 163-89.

BODART BAILEY, Beatrice. Kaempfer Restor'd. 43: 1-33.

BODART BAILEY, Beatrice. The Persecution of Confucianism in Early Tokugawa Japan. 48: 293-314.

BERNARD, Henri. Traductions chinoises d'ouvrages europeens au Japan durant la periode de fermeture (1614-1853). 3: 40-60.

BROWN, Philip C. The Mismeasure of Land: Land Surveying in the Tokugawa Period. 42: 115-55.

CHING, Julia. Chu Shun-shui, 1600-82: A Chinese Confucian Scholar in Tokugawa Japan. 30: 177-91.

COLE, Allan B. Plans of Edmund Roberts for Negotiations in Nippon. 4: 497-513.

DUMOULIN, Heinrich. Yoshida Shoin (1830-1859). 1: 350-77.

ERICSON, Mark D. The Bakufu Looks Abroad: The 1865 Mission to France. 34: 383-407.

FLERSHEM, Robert G. & Yoshiko N. Nakano Family Documents: Satsuma-Choshu Trade, 1856-1866. 26:1-16.

FUESS, Harald. A Golden Age of Fatherhood? Parent-Child Relations in Japanese Historiography. 52: 381-398.

GOODWIN, Janet R., GRAMLICH-OKA, Bettina, LEICESTER, Elizabeth A., TERAZAWA, Yuki & WALTHALL, Anne. Solitary Thoughts: A Translation of Tadano Makuzu's Hitori Kangae. [Part 1] 56:1 21-38. [Part 2] 56:2 173-95.

GRAMLICH-OKA, Bettina. Tadano Makuzu and Her Hitori Kangae. 56: 1-20.

GROEMER, Gerald. The Guild of the Blind in Tokugawa Japan. 56:3 349-380.

HESSELINK, Reinier H. The Assassination of Henry Heusken. 49: 331-51.

HESSELINK, Reinier H. A Dutch New Year at the Shirando Academy: 1 January 1795. 50: 189-234.

JONES, H. J. Bakumatsu Foreign Employees. 29: 305-27.

KATO Shuichi. Tominaga Nakamoto, 1715-46: A Tokugawa Iconoclast. 22: 177-93.

LEE, Edwin B. The Kazunomiya Marriage: Alliance between the Court and the Bakufu. 22: 290-304.

MICHEL, Wolfgang. His Story of Japan: Englebert Kaempfer's Manuscript in a New Translation. 55: 109-120.

MCCLAIN, James L. Bonshogatsu: Festivals and State Power in Kanazawa. 47: 163-202.

MASSARELLA, Derek & Izumi K. Tytler. The Japonian Charters: The English and Dutch Shuinjo. 45: 189-205.

MCMASTER, John. Alcock and Harris: Foreign Diplomacy in Bakumatsu Japan. 22: 305-67.

MOORE, Ray A. Samurai Discontent and Social Mobility in the Late Tokugawa Period. 24: 79-91.

MURAKAMI Naojiro. The Japanese at Batavia in the XVIIth Century. 2: 355-73.

NOTEHELFER, F. G. Meiji in the Rear-View Mirror: Top Down vs. Bottom Up History. 45: 207-28.

NUMATA Jiro. The Acceptance of Western Culture in Japan. 19: 235-42.

OOMS, Herman. Hakuseki's Reading of History. 39: 333-50.

PAUL, Huibert. De Coningh on Deshima: Mijn Verblijf in Japan, 1856. 32: 347-64.

PLATT, Brian W. Elegance, Prosperity, Crisis: Three Generations of Tokugawa Village Elites. 55: 45-81.

ROGERS, Lawrence. She Loves Me, She Loves Me Not. 49: 31-60.

RUDOLPH, Richard C. Thunberg in Japan and His Flora Japonica in Japanese. 29: 163-79.

SAITO, Osamu. The Context of Everyday Things. 53: 257-264.

SAKEDA Masatoshi & George Akita. The Samurai Disestablished: Abei Iwane and His Stipend. 41: 299-330.

SIPPEL, Patricia. Abandoned Fields: Negotiating Taxes in the Bakufu Domain. 53: 197-224.

SORANAKA, Isao. The Kansei Reforms: Success or Failure? 33: 151-64.

SORANAKA, Isao. Obama: The Rise and Decline of a Seaport. 52: 84-102.

STEELE, M. William. Against the Restoration: Katsu Kaishu's Attempt to Reinstate the Tokugawa Family. 36: 299-316.

STEELE, M. William. Edo in 1868: The View from Below. 45: 127-55.

TOBY, Ronald P. Carnival of the Aliens: Korean Embassies in Edo-Period Art and Popular Culture. 41: 415-56.

TOBY, Ronald P. Both a Borrower and a Lender Be: From Village Moneylender to Rural Banker in the Tempo Era. 46: 483-512.

TOBY, Ronald P. Rescuing the Nation from History: The State of the State in Early Modern Japan. 56: 197-237.

TOTMAN, Conrad. Tokugawa Yoshinobu and Kobugattai: A Study of Political Inadequacy. 30: 393-403.

TOTMAN, Conrad. From Sakoku to Kaikoku: The Transformation of Foreign-Policy Attitudes, 1853-1868. 35: 1-19.

TOTMAN, Conrad. Land-Use Patterns and Afforestation in the Edo Period. 39: 1-10.

TOTMAN, Conrad. Tokugawa Peasants: Win, Lose, or Draw? 41: 457-76.

TOTMAN, Conrad. Preindustrial River Conservancy: Causes and Consequences. 47: 59-76.

UENAKA, Shuzo. Last Testament in Exile: Yamaga Soko's Haisho Zampitsu. 32: 125-52.

VAPORIS, Constantine N. Post Station and Assisting Villages: Corvee Labor and Peasant Contention. 41: 377-414.

VAPORIS, Constantine N. Caveat Viator: Advice to Travelers in the Edo Period. 44: 461-83.

VAPORIS, Constantine N. A Tour of Duty: Kurume Hanshi Edo Kinban Nagaya Emaki. 51: 279-308.

VAPORIS, Constantine N. Digging for Edo: Archaeology and Japan's Premodern Urban Past. 53: 73-104.

VARNER, Richard E. The Organized Peasant: The Wakamonogumi in the Edo Period. 32: 459-83.

VERWAYEN, F. B. Tokugawa Translations of Dutch Legal Texts. 53: 335-358.

WAKABAYASHI, Bob Tadashi. Opium, Expulsion, Sovereignty: China's Lessons for Bakumatsu Japan. 47: 1-25.

WALTHALL, Anne. Peripheries: Rural Culture in Tokugawa Japan. 39: 371-92.

WALTHALL, Anne. Village Networks: Sodai and the Sale of Edo Nightsoil. 43: 279-303.

WALTHALL, Anne. Off with Their Heads! The Hirata Disciples and the Ashikaga Shoguns. 50: 137-70.

WRIGHT, Diana E. Severing the Karmic Ties that Bind: The "Divorce Temple" Mantokuji. 52: 357-380.

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Meiji Restoration Until the Present

AKITA, George. Trends in Modern Japanese Political History: The 'Positivist' Studies. 37: 497-521.

BATTISTINI, Lawrence H. The Korean Problem in the 19th Century. 8: 47-66.

BEAUCHAMP, Edward R. Griffis in Japan: The Fukui Interlude, 1871. 30: 423-52.

BERGER, Gordon M. Japan's Young Prince: Konoe Fumimaro's Early Political Career, 1916-31. 29: 451-75.

BOLITHO, Harold. The Echigo War, 1868. 34: 259-77.

BOYLE, John Hunter. The Road to Sino-Japanese Collaboration: The Background to the Defection of Wang Ching-wei. 25: 267-301.

BREEN, John. The Imperial Oath of April 1868: Ritual, Politics, and Power in the Restoration. 51: 407-430.

BRUDNOY, David. Japan's Experiment in Korea. 25: 155-95.

BUCK, James H. The Satsuma Rebellion of 1877: From Kagoshima through the Siege of Kumamoto Castle. 28: 427-46.

CHANG, Richard T. General Grant's 1879 Visit to Japan. 24: 373-92.

CONROY, Hilary. Lessons from Japanese Imperialism. 21: 334-45.

CORTAZZI, Hugh. The Pestilently Active Minister: Dr Willis's Comments on Sir Harry Parkes. 39: 147-61.

CUSUMANO, Michael A. An Enlightenment Dialogue with Fukuzawa Yukichi: Ogawa Tameji's Kaika Mondo, 1874-1875. 37: 375-401.

GARON, Sheldon. Toward a History of Twentieth-Century Japan. 45: 339-52.

HANNEMAN, Mary L. Dissent from Within: Hasegawa Nyozekan, Liberal Critic of Fascism. 52: 35-58.

HUISH, David. Aims and Achievements of the Meirokusha: Fact and Fiction. 32: 495-514.

IKLLE, Frank W. The Triple Intervention: Japan's Lesson in the Diplomacy of Imperialism. 22: 122-30.

ITO Takashi & George Akita. The Yamagata-Tokutomi Correspondence: Press and Politics in Meiji-Taisho Japan. 36: 391-423.

JONES, Hazel J. The Formulation of Meiji Policy toward the Employment of Foreigners. 23: 9-30.

KORNICKI, P.F. Literacy Revisited: Some Reflections on Richard Rubinger's Findings. 56:3 381-394.

KANDA, James. The Kaneko Correspondence. 37: 41-76, 223-56, 289-316 & 413-36.

KUGA Katsuan. Kinjiseironko. Tr. by Barbara Teters. 26: 319-93.

LARGE, Stephen S. Emperor Hirohito and Early Showa Japan. 46: 349-68.

LEBRA, Joyce C. Yano Fumio: Meiji Intellectual, Party Leader, and Bureaucrat. 20: 1-14.

LENSEN, George Alexander. Japan & Manchuria: Ambassador Forbes' Appraisal of American Policy toward Japan in the years 1931-32. 23: 66-89.

LOFTUS, Ronald. The Inversion of Progress: Taoka Reiun's Hibunmeiron. 40: 191-208.

LOFTUS, Ronald P. Female Self-Writing: Takamure Itsue's Hi no Kuni no Onna no Nikki. 51: 153-170.

MCCLAIN, James L. Local Politics and National Integration. 31: 51-75.

MCKECHNEY, John. The Pearl Harbor Controversy. 18: 45-88.

MCWILLIAMS, Wayne C. East Meets East: The Soejima Mission to China, 1873. 30: 237-81.

MAGNUS, Albrecht. Verspatete amerikanische Versuche zu richtiger Beurteilung der ostasiatischen Probleme. 5: 536-39.

MAYO, Marlene J. The Western Education of Kume Kunitake, 1871-76. 28: 3-67.

MAYO, Marlene J. Nationalist Revolution in Japan. 29: 83-91.

MEHL, Margaret. Scholarship and Ideology in Conflict: The Kume Affair, 1892. 48: 337-57.

MENDEL, Douglas H. Perspectives on Japanese Foreign Policy. 21: 346-53.

MITSUI Takaharu. The System of Communications at the Time of the Meiji Restoration. 4: 88-101.

MIWA Kimitada. The Case for Matsuoka. 16: 402-06.

MIWA Kimitada. Japanese Opinions on Woodrow Wilson in War and Peace. 22: 368-89.

MOORE, Ray A. The Occupation of Japan as History: Some Recent Research. 36: 317-28.

NOTEHELFER, F. G. Between Tradition and Modernity: Labor and the Ashio Copper Mine. 39: 11-24.

NOTEHELFER, F. G. From Grand Narrative to Yakisoba. 53: 359-374.

PARTNER, Simon. Taming the Wilderness: The Lifestyle Improvement Movement in Rural Japan, 1925-1965 56:4 487-520.

PERRY, John Curtis. Great Britain and the Emergence of Japan as a Naval Power. 21: 305-21.

PITTAU, Joseph. Inoue Kowashi (1843-1895) and the Formation of Modern Japan. 29: 253-82.

ROHAN, Kieran. Lighthouses and the Yatoi Experience of R. H. Brunton. 20: 1-38 & 313-28.

RUBINGER, Richard. Who Can't Read and Write? Illiteracy in Meiji Japan. 55: 163-198.

RUBINGER, Richard. Comments on "Literacy Revisited: Some Reflections on Richard Rubinger's Findings." by P.F. Kornicki, MN, 56:3 381-394.). 56:3 395.

SEVELA, Mariya. Civil Administration on South Sakhalin and the Kurile Islands, 1945 - 1948: The Memoirs of Dmitrii N. Kriukov. 56: 39-91.

SQUIRES, Graham. Yamaji Aizan's Traces of the Development of Human Rights in Japanese History. 56: 139-71

SZCZESNIAK, Boleslaw. Letters of Homer Crane Blake Concerning His Naval Expedition to China, Japan and Korea: 1869-1872. 13: 1-38 & 313-28.

TOTMAN, Conrad. Ethnicity in the Meiji Restoration: An Interpretative Essay. 37: 269-87.

VALLIANT, Robert B. The Selling of Japan: Japanese Manipulation of Western Opinion, 1900-05. 29: 414-38.

WAKABAYASHI, Bob Tadashi. The Nanking Massacre: Now You See It, ... 56:4 521-44.

WRAY, Harold J. A Study in Contrasts: Japanese School Textbooks of 1903 and 1941-1945. 28: 69-86.

YOUNG, John W. The Hara Cabinet and Chang Tso-lin, 1920-1921. 27: 125-42.

YOUNG, Katsu H. The Nomonhan Incident: Imperial Japan and the Soviet Union. 22: 82-102.

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Ryukyu, Korea, China, etc.

BERNARD, Henri. Angkor, la capitale religieuse du Cambodge et sa decouverte par les Japonais aux XVIe-XVIIe siecles. 3: 637-42.

BERNARD, Henri. Stump Kilian, un emule allemand du Pere Ricci. 3: 321-22.

BINKENSTEIN, Rolf. Okinawa-Studien. 3: 554-66.

BINKENSTEIN, Rolf. Zur Frage der Ryukyu-Gesandtschaft. 4: 256-69.

DEVINE, Richard. Japanese Rule in Korea after the March First Uprising: Governor General Hasegawa's Recommendations. 52: 523-540.

GOODMAN, Grant K. The Philippine Society of Japan. 22: 131-46.

MATSUDA Mitsugu. The Ryukyuan Government Scholarship Students to China. 21: 273-304.

MISH, John L. An Early Manchu-Chinese Patent of Nobility. 10: 270-76.

MIWA Kimitada. The Chinese Communists' Role in the Spread of the Marco Polo Bridge Incident into a Full-scale War. 18: 313-28.

SZCZESNIAK, Boleslaw. The Kotaio Monument. 7: 242-68.

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Biography, Obituary

ANONYMOUS. Hans Muller: In Memoriam. 12: 169.

BINKENSTEIN, Rolf. Taichu Shonin. 6: 219-32.

BOHNER, Hermann. Honcho-shinsen Den. 13: 129-52.

BOHNER, Hermann. Kamatari Den. 4: 207-45.

BOHNER, Hermann. Kobo Daishi. 6: 266-313.

BOHNER, Hermann. Muchimaro Den. 5: 412-36.

BOHNER, Hermann. Tamuramaro Denki. 2: 573-85.

BOHNER, Hermann. Wake no Kiyomaro Den. 3: 240-73.

BORGEN, Robert. In Memoriam: Marian Ury, 1931-1995. 50: 385-86.

BROWER, Robert H. 43: 233.

CIESLIK, Hubert. In Memoriam: Fr. Johannes Laures. 15: 209-24.

CIESLIK, Hubert. Kumagai Buzen-no-kami Motonao: Leben und Tod eines christlichen Samurai. 8: 147-92 & 9: 109-54.

DUMOULIN, Heinrich. Wilhelm Schiffer, S.J. In Memoriam. 28: 1-2.

GULIK, R. H. van. In Memoriam: Frank Hawley. 16: 434-47.

ISHIBASHI Tomonobu. Masaharu Anesaki. 6: i-v.

KEENE, Donald. Ivan Morris, In Memoriam. 31: 415-16.

KOIKE Kenji. Kusunoki Masashige. 4: 133-65.

KORNICKI, P. F. Julius Klaproth and His Works. 55: 579-91.

LIEBENTHAL, Walter. A Biography of Chu Tao-sheng. 11: 284-316.

MCCLAIN, Yoko. Soseki, A Tragic Father. 33: 461-69.

MASS, Jeffrey P. Takeuchi Rizo, 1907-1997: In Memoriam. 52: 259-262.

MEISSNER, Kurt. 'General' Eduard Schnell. 4: 395-427.

NAKAI, Kate Wildman. Apologia pro Vita Sua: Arai Hakuseki's Autobiography. 36: 173-86.

ROGGENDORF, Joseph. In Memoriam: Robert H. van Gulik. 23: 1-7.

SAWADA Tetsuya. 44: 101.

SCHIFFER, Wilhelm. In Memoriam: Johannes B. Kraus. 7: 1-3.

SUEMATSU Daiguji. Takamura Mitsutaro: Ein Bildhauer und Dichter der Gegenwart. 13: 223-46.

URY, Marian. Oe no Masafusa and the Practice of Heian Autobiography. 51: 143-152.

WATSKY, Andrew M. Commerce, Politics, and Tea: The Career of Imai Sokyu. 50: 47-65.

WEEGMAN, Carl von. Kari Florenz zum Gedachtnis. 2: 349-54.

WEINSTEIN, Stanley. A Biographical Study of Tz'u-en. 15: 119-49.

YANAGI Soetsu. Mokujiki Gogyo Shonin, Bonze und Bildschnitzer der Edozeit. Tr. by Joseph Roggendorf. 6: 202-18.

ZOLBROD, Leon M. Takizawa Bakin (1768-1848): A Restoration That Failed. 21: 1-46.

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Sociology, Psychology, Folklore

Sociology

BASABE, Ferdinando. Attitudes of Japanese Students toward Foreign Countries. 21: 61-69.

BIKLE, George. Utopianism and Social Planning in the Thought of Kagawa Toyohiko. 25: 447-53.

BLACKER, Carmen. Fukuzawa Yukichi on Family Relationships. 14: 40-60.

CORNELL, John B. 'Caste' in Japanese Social Stratification: A Theory and a Case. 25: 107-35.

DE VERA, Jose M. Serious Television Drama: The Japanese Audience, Its Composition and Characteristics. 23: 90-101.

FLERSHEM, Robert G. Case Studies of Social Change in the Region of Oshimizu Gumi. 23: 431-44.

FUKUZAWA Yukichi. Kyuhanjo. Tr. by Carmen Blacker. 9: 304-29.

ITO, Lucy S. Ko, Japanese Confraternities. 8: 412-15.

KATO Tsuyoshi. Generational Differences in Values and Attitudes. 26: 415-29.

KOIKE Kenji. Nisshinkan: Eine Daimyatsschule der Tokugawazeit. 3: 414-26.

KOIKE Kenji. Onna Daigaku. 2: 586-95.

LOUDUCHOWSKI, Heinz. Amerikanische Demokratie als Lebensform im japanischen Schul- und Familiensystem. 17: 67-125.

PASSlN, Herbert. The Paekchong of Korea. 12: 195-240.

PASSlN, Herbert. Untouchability in the Far East. 11: 247-67.

READER, Ian. Studies of Japan, Area Studies, and the Challenges of Social Theory. 53: 237-256.

ROBERTSON, Jennifer. Rooting the Pine: Shingaku Methods of Organization. 34: 311-32.

SKENE SMITH, N. Tokugawa Japan as a Field for the Student of Social Organization. 15: 165-72.

SUGIYAMA Sadao & William J. Schull. Consanguineous Marriages in Feudal Japan. 15: 334-49.

VAVlCH, Dee Ann. The Japanese Woman's Movement: Ichikawa Fusae, Pioneer in Woman's Suffrage. 22: 402-36.

ZAHL, Karl F. Veranderugen der japanischen Sozialstruktur nach dem zweiten Weltkrieg. 13: 39-66.

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Psychology

HUNTINGTON, Robert M. Comparison of Western and Japanese Cultures. 22: 475-84.

LANHAM, Betty B. The Psychological Orientation of the Mother-Child Relationship in Japan. 21: 322-33.

NAKAMURA Hajime. Some Features of the Japanese Way of Thinking. 14: 277-318.

NAKAMURA Hajime. Une Characteristique de la pensee japonaise. 8: 99-120.

NAKAMURA Katsumi. Entwicklungsrichtungen der japanischen Psychologie. 1: 278-81.

NAKAMURA Katsumi. Psychologische Betrachtungen der pralogisch-asthetischen Erle des ostasiatischen Kunstlers. 1: 602-05.

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Folklore, Customs

BEFU, Harumi. Gift-Giving in a Modernizing Japan. 23: 445-56.

BOHNER, Hermann. Siebengestirn und Mond und einige Iki-Sagen. 4: 629-33.

BOHNER, Hermann. Hahn und Uhr. 1: 606-07.

BOHNER, Hermann. Vom Alten mit den weissen Stabchen. 6: 262-65.

BUTLER, Lee A. The Way of Yin and Yang: A Tradition Revived, Sold, Adopted. 51: 189-218.

CASAL, U. A. Far Eastern Monkey Lore. 12: 13-49.

CASAL, U. A. Salt. 14: 61-90.

CASAL, U. A. The Lore of the Japanese Fan. 16: 53-117.

KOEHN, Alfred. Harbingers of Happiness: The Door Gods of China. 10: 81-106.

KOEHN, Alfred. Chinese Flower Symbolism. 8: 121-46.

MAYER, Fanny Hagin. Available Japanese Folk Tales. 24: 235-47.

MERGLE, Salvatore. Demonologia nipponica: l'oni. 2: 276-80.

NISHIMURA Sey. The Prince and the Pauper: The Dynamics of a Shotoku Legend. 40: 299-310.

TAKAYANAGI Shun'ichi. Yanagita Kunio. 29: 329-35.

TAKAYANAGI Shun'ichi. In Search of Yanagita Kunio. 31: 165-78.

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Government, Politics, Law

AKITA, George & Hirose Yoshihiro. The British Model: Inoue Kowashi and the Ideal Monarchical System. 49: 413-21.

AOYAGI Fumio. Aspects of the National Character Reflected in Japanese Law. 20: 386-408.

BEATY, Thomas. The 'Private International Law' of Japan. 2: 386-408.

BLESINEAU, Jacques. 'Dual Sovereignty' under the Japanese Shogunate as Interpreted by French Writers of the Eighteenth Century. 22: 390-401.

BOHNER, Hermann. Hanazono Tenno, 'Mahnung an den Kronprizen', Taishi wo Imashimuru no Sho. 1: 317-49.

COOK, Alice H. Political Action & Trade Unions: A Case Study of Coal Miners in Japan. 22: 103-21.

DAVlS, Sandra T. W. Ono Azusa and the Political Change of 1881. 25: 137-54.

DEVINE, Richard. The Way of the King: An Early Meiji Essay on Government. 34: 49-72.

ELISON, George. Kotoku Shusui: The Change in Thought. 22: 437-67.

EPP, Robert. The Challenge from Tradition: Attempts to Compile a Civil Code in Japan, 1866-78. 22: 15-48.

HANE, Mikiso. Early Meiji Liberalism: An Assessment. 24: 353-71.

HANE, Mikiso. The Sources of English Liberal Concepts in Early Meiji Japan. 24: 259-72.

HERZOG, Peter J. Political Theories in the Japanese Constitution. 7: 1-23.

KOTOKU Shusui. Gokuchu yori Boryoku Kakumei o Ronzu: Discussion of Violent Revolution, from a Jail Cell. Tr. by George Elison. 22: 468-81.

KURODA Yasumasa. The Political Cynicism of Law Students in Japan. 22: 147-61.

MINEAR, Richard H. Nishi Amane and the Reception of Western Law in Japan. 28: 151-75.

MITCHELL, Richard H. Japan's Peace Preservation Law of 1925: Its Origin and Significance. 28: 317-45.

SIEMES, Johannes. Hermann Roesler's Commentaries on the Meiji Constitution. 17: 1-66 & 19: 37-65.

SIEMES, Johannes. Neuere japanische Veroffentlichungen zur Rechtsgeschichte der Meiji-zeit. 4: 606-10.

SOVIAK, Eugene. The Case of Baba Tatsui: Western Enlightenment, Social Change and the Early Meiji Intellectual. 18: 191-235.

STAUBITZ, Richard. Opinion Revised: Hara Takashi's Views on Local Government. 33: 37-50.

STEENSTRUP, Carl. Sata Mirensho: A Fourteenth-Century Law Primer. 35: 405-35.

SUZUKI Yasuzo. Hermann Roesler und die japanische Verfassung. Tr. by Johannes Siemes. 4: 53-87, 428-53, & 5: 347-400.

WAGATSUMA Sakae. The Japanese Legal System, 1945-1955. 12: 105-19.

YOKOI Shonan. Kokuze Sanron: Three Major Problems of State Policy. Tr. by D. Y. Miyauchi. 23: 156-86.

ZOLLNER, Reinhard. Engrafted System: Mori Arinori's Representation Proposals. 46: 293-327.

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Business, Economics

ABAD, Jose M. Two Japanese White Papers: Basic-Research Expenditure and Foreign Technology. 20: 81-120.

BELL, J. F. Origins of Japanese Academic Economics. 16: 263-88.

BRONFENBRENNER, Martin. Excessive Competition in Japanese Business. 21: 114-24.

BROWN, William. Japanese Management: The Cultural Background. 21: 47-60.

CALDAROLA, Carlo. Socio-Economic Dualism in Japan. 20: 359-73.

COVILLE, Cabot. Some Japanese Economic Writings in 1937. 2: 301-6.

GOODMAN, Grant K. The Philippine Legislature Trade Mission to Japan, 1933: A Reassessment. 25: 239-48.

HATTORI Ichiro. Young Business Executives and Japan's Economic Development. 20: 209-20.

HAVENS, Thomas R. H. Kato Kanji (1884-1965) and the Spirit of Agriculture in Modern Japan. 25: 249-66.

JAECKEL, Theodor. Die japanische Arbeiterbewegung. 15: 257-333.

KANO Hisaakira. Japanese Economy Today. 14: 27-39.

MITSUI Takaharu. Das Familiengesetz das Hauses Mitsui. 5: 1-37.

PAUS, Robert. Marginal Notes on the Small Business Problem in Japan. 18: 329-37.

SAKURABAYASHI M. & E. Nagasawa. Interfirm Wage Differentials in Postwar Japan. 18: 236-60.

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Science

ARIMA Seiho. The Western Influence on Japanese Military Shipbuilding and Navigation. 19: 352-79.

HIROSE Hideo. The European Influence on Japanese Astronomy. 19: 295-314.

OTORI Ranzaburo. The Acceptance of Western Medicine in Japan: General Observations. 19: 254-74.

RAVINA, Mark. Wasan and the Physics that Wasn't: Mathematics in the Tokugawa Period. 48: 205-24.

SUGITA Gempaku. Rangaku Kotohajime. Tr. by Mori Koichi. 5: 144-61 & 501-22.

UENO Masuzo. The Western Influence on Natural History in Japan. 19: 314-39.

YAJIMA Suketoshi. The European Influence on Physical Sciences in Japan. 19: 340-51.

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Geography, Travel

AYUSAWA Shintaro. Geography and Japanese Knowledge of World Geography. 19: 275-94.

BERNARD, Henri. Les Iles Mariannes, Carolines et Palau. 6: 172-201.

DEHERGNE, J. L'le Formose au XVIIe siecle, Essais ephemeres d'expansion europeenne. 4:270-77.

DOUTEAU, Robert. La croisiere extraordinaire de la galiote 'St. Pierre et St. Paul' dans la mer de Bering et sur les cotes du Japon (1771). 14: 39-50.

FREI, Henry. Japan Discovers Australia: The Emergence of Australia in the Japanese World-view, 1540s-1900. 39: 55-81.

FUCHS, Walter. Eine altillustrierte Neuausgabe von Mamiya Rinzo's Totatsu Kiko. 2: 621-23.

HUMBERTCLAUDE, Pierre. A propos de la mappemonde du P. Ricci. 3: 643-47.

ISHIDA Mikinosuke. A Brief Note on the Two Old European Maps of Japan Recently Discovered. 1: 259-64.

NAKAMURA Hirosi. Les Cartes du Japon qui servaient de modele aux cartographes europeens au debut das relations de l'Occident avec le Japon. 2:100-23.

REPETTI, W. C. A Guide to Old Manila. 2: 287-90.

SZCZESNIAK, Boleslaw. Russian Knowledge of Japanese Geography. 12: 299-308.

YAMAGIWA, Joseph. Cornwallis's Account of Japan: A Forgery and its Exposure. 4: 124-32.

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Religion, Philosophy

General

BERNARD-MAITRE, Henri. L'Orientaliste Guillaume Postel et la decouverte spirituelle du Japon en 1552. 9: 83-108.

FRIDELL, Wilbur M. Notes on Japanese Tolerance. 27: 253-71.

HICKMAN, Brian. A Note on the Hyakumanto Dharan. 30: 87-93.

MATSUNAGA, Alicia Orloff. The Land of Natural Affirmation: Pre-Buddhist Japan. 19: 203-09.

NEBREDA, Alfonso M. The Japanese University Student Confronts Religion. 20:15-40 & 298-318; 23: 31-65.

ROBERTS, J. A. G. Not the Least Deserving: The Philosophes and the Religions of Japan. 44: 151-69.

TEILHARD DE CHARDIN, Pierre. L'Apport spirituel de l'Extreme-Orient. 12: 1-2.

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History of Thought

BOLITHO, Harold. Concrete Discourse, Manifest Metaphor, and the Tokugawa Intellectual Paradigm. 35: 89-98.

BOOT, W.J. Approaches to Ogyu Sora: Translation and Transculturalization. 54: 247-258.

DEVINE, Richard. Hirata Atsutane and Christian Sources. 36: 37-54.

HAMMITZSCH, Horst. Aizawa Seishisai (1782-1863) und sein Werk Shinron. 3: 61-74.

HAMMITZSCH, Horst. Kangaku und Kokugaku. 2: 1-23.

HAMMITZSCH, Horst. Shingaku. 4: 1-32.

ISOMAE Jun'ichi. Myth in Metamorphosis: Ancient and Medieval Versions of the Yamatotakeru Legend. 54: 361-385.

McMULLEN, I.J. Ito Jinsai and the Meanings of Words. 54: 509-520.

NOLTE, Sharon H. National Morality and Universal Ethic: Onishi Hajime and the Imperial Rescript on Education. 38: 283-94.

PIERSON, John D. The Early Liberal Thought of Tokutomi Soho. 29: 199-224.

POLLACK, David. Modernism Minceur, or Is Japan Postmodern? 44: 75-97.

PIOVESANA, Gino K. Men and Social Ideas of the Early Taisho Period. 19: 3-29.

PIOVESANA, Gino K. Miura Baien (1723-1789) and his Dialectic and Political Ideas. 20: 389-421.

RAMSEYER, J. Mark. Thrift and Diligence: House Codes of Tokugawa Merchant Families. 34: 209-30.

ROBERTSON, Jennifer. Sexy Rice: Plant Gender, Farm Manuals, and Grass-Roots Nativism. 39: 233-60.

SCHIFFER, Wilhelm. Gokai und Gojo. 3: 281-90.

STEENSTRUP, Carl. The Gokurakuji Letter: Hojo Shigetoki's Compendium of Political and Religious Ideas of Thirteenth-Century Japan. 32: 1-34.

TOMINAGA Nakamoto. Okina no Fumi: Writings of an Old Man. Tr. by Kato Shuichi. 22: 194-210.

VARLEY, H. Paul. The Place of Gukansho in Japanese Intellectual History. 34: 479-88.

WATSUJI Tetsuro. Yokyoku ni Arawareta Rinri Shiso. Tr. by David A. Dilworth. 24: 467-98.

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Shinto, Kokugaku

BOCK, Felicia G. The Rites of Renewal at Ise. 29: 55-68.

BOCK, Felicia G. The Great Feast of the Enthronement. 45: 27-38.

BOCK, Felicia. The Enthronement Rites: The Text of Engishiki, 927. 45: 307-37.

BOHNER, Hermann. Massen-Nukemairi. 4: 486-96.

BUCHANAN, D. C. Some mikuji of Fushimi Inari Jinja. 2: 518-35.

BREEN, John. Nativism Restored 55: 429-439.

BROWNLEE, John. The Jeweled Comb-Box: Motoori Norinaga's Tamakushige. 43: 35-61.

DUMOULIN, Heinrich, Hans Stolte & Wilhelm Schiffer. Die Entwicklung der Kokugaku. 2: 140-64.

DUMOULIN, Heinrich. Kamo Mabuchis Erklarung des Norito zum Toshigoi-no-matsuri. 12: 121-56 & 269-98.

DUMOULIN, Heinrich. Kamo Mabuchi: Kokuiko-Gedanken uber den 'Sinn des landes'. 2: 165-92.

DUMOULIN, Heinrich, tr. Sogakko-kei. 3: 590-609.

DUMOULIN, Heinrich. Zur japanischen Shinto-Forschung. 1: 576-84.

FESSLER, Susanna. The Nature of the Kami: Ueda Akinari and Tandai Shoshin Roku. 51: 1-16.

GRAPARD, Allan G. Lotus in the Mountain, Mountain in the Lotus: Rokugo Kaizan Nimmon Daibosatsu Hongi. 41: 21-50.

GRAPARD, Allan G. The Shinto of Yoshida Kanetomo. 47: 27-58.

GRAPARD, Allan, tr. Yuiitsu Shinto Myobo Yoshu. 47: 137-61.

HIRATA Atsutane. Taido Wakumon: Es fragte einer nach dem Crossen Weg.... Tr. by Wilhelm Schiffer. 2: 212-36.

HOLTOM, D. C. The Meaning of Kami. 3: 1-26 & 392-413; 4: 351-94.

ISHIBASHI T. & Heinrich Dumoulin. Yuiitsu-Shinto Myobu-yoshu: Lehrabriss das Yuiitsu-Shinto. 3: 182-239.

KATO Genchi. The Shinto Studies of Jiun, the Buddhist Priest, and Moto-ori, the Shinto Savant. 1: 301-16.

KONO Shozo. Kannagara no Michi. 3: 369-91.

LAMMERHIRT, Anton. Gebet in der altjapanischen Kultsprache. 11: 356-96.

LAMMERHIRT, Anton. Verwunschung in der altjapanischen Kultsprache. 12: 51-63.

MOTOORI Norinaga. Naobi no Mitama: Geist der Erneuerung. Tr. by Hans Stolte. 2: 193-211.

NISHIMURA, Sey. First Steps into the Mountains: Motoori Norinaga's Uiyamabumi. 42: 449-93.

NISHIMURA, Sey. The Way of the Gods: Motoori Norinaga's Naobi no Mitama. 46: 21-41.

O'NEILL, P. G., tr. The Special Kasuga Wakamiya Festival of 1349. 14: 408-28.

OUWEHAND, Cornelius. Some Notes on the God Susa-no-o. 14: 384-407.

REITZ, Karl. Die Feuerberuhigungszeremonie das Shinto (Chinka-sai). 3: 109-26.

SZCZESNIAK, Boleslaw. The Sumu-Sanu Myth. 1: 107-26.

TAJIRI, Yuichiro. Medieval and Early Modern Shinto Reconsidered. 53: 375-382.

TEEUWEN, Mark. Attaining Union with the Gods: The Secret Books of Watarai Shinto. 48: 225-45.

TEEUWEN, Mark. Poetry, Sake, and Acrimony: Arakida Hisaoyu and the Kokugaku Movement. 52: 295-326.

TEEUWEN, Mark. State Shinto: An "Independent Religion"? 54: 111-121.

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Buddhism

ANESAKI Masaharu. The Foundation of Buddhist Culture in Japan. 6: 1-13.

BERNARD, Henri. Hinayana indien et Mahayana japonais: Comment l'Occident a-t-il decouvert le Bouddhisme? 4: 284-89.

BODIFORD, William M. Dharma Transmission in Soto Zen: Manzan Dohaku's Reform Movement. 46: 423-51.

DOBBINS, James C. From Inspiration to Institution: The Rise of Sectarian Identity in Jodo Shinshu. 41: 331-43.

DUMOULIN, Heinrich. Allgemeine Lehren zur Forderung des Zazen von Zen-Meister Dogen. 14: 429-36.

DUMOULIN, Heinrich. Bodhidharma und die Anfange das Ch'an-Buddhismus. 7: 67-83.

DUMOULIN, Heinrich. Das Buch Genjokoan. 15: 425-40.

DUMOULIN, Heinrich. Das Merkbuch fur die ubung des Zazen des Zen-Meisters Keizan. 13: 329-46.

EARHART, H. Byron. The Bridge to the other World. 31: 179-87.

FAURE, Bernard. The Darumashu, Dogen, and Soto Zen. 42: 25-55.

FOULK, T. Griffith. Ineffable Words, Unmentionable Deeds. 47: 521-26.

GLOMEZ, Luis O. Shinran's Faith and the Sacred Name of Amida. 38: 73-84.

GOODWIN, Janet R. Building Bridges and Saving Souls: The Fruits of Evangelism in Medievel Japan. 44: 137-49.

HAKUIN Zenji. Yasen Kanna. Tr. by R. D. M. Shaw & Wilhelm Schiffer. 13: 101-27.

HIRAKAWA A. & E. B. Ceadel. Japanese Research on Buddhism since the Meiji Period. 11: 221-46 & 397-424.

ISHIMOTO K. & P. E. Naberfeld, tr. Shushogi: Eine Zenschrift fur Laien. 6: 355-69.

KIYOTA Minoru. Buddhism in Postwar Japan: A Critical Survey. 24: 113-36.

KIYOTA Minoru. Presuppositions to the Understanding of Japanese Buddhist Thought. 22: 251-59.

LEE, Edwin B. Nichiren and Nationalism: The Religious Patriotism of Tanaka Chigaku. 30: 19-35.

LIEBENTHAL, Walter. Chinese Buddhism during the 4th and 5th Centuries. 11: 44-83.

LIEBENTHAL, Walter. The World Conception of Chu Tao-sheng. 12: 65-103 & 241-68.

MARCURE, Kenneth A. The Danka System. 40: 39-67.

MOORE, Jean. Senjusho: Buddhist Tales of Renunciation. 41: 127-74.

MORRELL, Robert E. Muju Ichien's Shinto-Buddhist Syncretism: Shasekishu, Book 1. 28: 447-88.

MORRELL, Robert E. Mirror for Women: Muju Ichien's Tsuma Kagami. 35: 45-75.

MEISEZAHL, R. O. The Amoghapasahrdaya-dharan. 17: 265-328.

NAKAMURA Hajime. Suzuki Shosan, 1579-1655, and the Spirit of Capitalism in Japanese Buddhism. 22: 1-14.

NICHIREN. Sandaihiho-sho. Tr. by Pier P. Del Campana. 26: 205-24.

O'BRIEN, Paul Wilfred, tr. A Chapter on Reality from the Madhyantavibhagacastra. 9: 277-303 & 10: 227-69.

ROGERS, Minor L. Rennyo and Jodo Shinshu Piety: The Yoshizaki Years. 36: 21-35.

SANFORD, James H. Shakuhachi Zen: The Fukeshu and Komuso. 32: 411-40.

SANFORD, James H. Mandalas of the Heart: Two Prose Works by Ikkyu Sojun. 35: 273-98.

SANFORD, James H. The Abominable Tachikawa Skull Ritual. 46: 1-20.

SECKEL, Dietrich. Japanese Buddhist Temple Names. 40: 359-86.

SPAE, Joseph J. Buddhism as Viewed by Two Tokugawa Confucianists. 5: 167-87.

SOLOMON, Michael. The Dilemma of Religious Power: Honganji and Hosokawa Masamoto. 33: 51-65.

STAGGS, Kathleen M. 'Defend the Nation and Love the Truth': Inoue Enryo and the Revival of Meiji Buddhism. 38: 251-81.

SWANSON, Paul L. Shugendo and the Yoshino-Kumano Pilgrimage: An Example of Mountain Pilgrimage. 36: 55-84.

SUZUKI Daisetsu. Zen Buddhism. 1: 48-57.

TANABE, Willa Jane. The Lotus Lectures: Hokke Hakko in the Heian Period. 39: 393-407.

URY, Marian. Tales of Piety. 44: 485-93.

VARLEY, H. Paul. Zen in Medieval Japan. 36: 463-68.

VERDLU, Alfonso. The 'Five Ranks' Dialectic of the Soto-Zen School in the Light of Kuei-feng Tsung-mi's 'Aiya-shiki' Scheme. 21: 125-70.

WAKABAYASHI, Haruko. From Conqueror of Evil to Devil King: Ryogen and Notions of Ma in Medieval Japanese Buddhism. 54: 481-507.

YIENGPRUKSAWAN, Mimi Hall. Considering the Alchemy of Relics. 56:3 397-403.

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Christianity, Kakure Kirishitan

CHANG, Richard T. Yokoi Shonan's View of Christianity. 21: 266-72.

GOFF, Janet E. Tribute to a Teacher: Uchimura Kanzo's Letter to William Smith Clark. 43: 95-100.

MIURA Baien. Samidare-sho. Tr. by Leon Hurvitz. 8: 289-326 & 9: 330-56.

STEINER, Evgeny. Nikolai of Japan. 50: 537-50.

TURNBULL, Stephen. Mass or Matsuri? The Oyashiki-sama Ceremony on Ikitsuki. 50: 171-88.

WHELAN, Christal. Religion Concealed: The Kakure Kirishitan on Narushima. 47: 369-87.

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New Religions

EARHART, H. Byron. New Religions for Old. 36: 328-34.

ISHIBASHI Tomonobu & Heinrich Dumoulin, tr. Aus dem Kanon der Nyoraikyo. 1: 222-41.

SCHIFFER, Wilhelm. New Religions in Postwar Japan. 11: 1-14.

SHILLONY, Ben-Ami. The Princess of the Dragon Palace: A New Shinto Sect Is Born. 39: 177-82.

WATANABE Baiyu. Modern Japanese Religions. 13: 153-62.

YOUNG, Richard Fox. The Little-Lad Deity and the Dragon Princess: Jesus in a New World-Renewal Movement. 44: 31-44.

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Philosophy

ARISAKA, Yoko. The Nishida Enigma: 'The Principle of the New World Order'. 51: 81-106.

BERNARD, Henri. Spinoza et le Japon. 6: 428-31.

DILWORTH, David. The Initial Formations of 'Pure Experience' in Nishida Kitaro and William James. 24: 93-111.

DUMOULIN, Heinrich, tr., Genninron, Tsung-mi's Traktat vom Ursprung das Menschen. 1: 178-221.

KNAUTH, Lothar. Life Is Tragic: The Diary of Nishida Kitaro. 20: 335-58.

LAVELLE, Pierre. The Political Thought of Nishida Kitaro. 49: 139-65.

LIEBENTHAL, Walter. The Immortality of the Soul in Chinese Thought. 8: 327-97.

MIURA Baien. Taga Bokkyo kun ni kotaura sho: An Answer to Taga Bokkyo. Tr. by Gino K. Piovesana. 20: 422-43.

NISHIDA Kitaro. Religious Consciousness and the Logic of the Prajnaparamita Sutra (from The Logic of Place and a Religious World-View). Tr. by David A. Dilworth. 25: 203-16.

ODIN, Steve. An Explanation of Beauty: Nishida Kitaro's Bi no Setsumei. 42: 211-17.

PLEREZ, Francisco. The Comparative Philosophy of Kumataro Kawada. 18: 128-46.

PLEREZ-RUIZ, F. Philosophy in Present-Day Japan. 24: 137-68.

PLEREZ VALERA, J. Eduardo. Toward a Transcendental Philosophy. 27: 39-64 & 175-89.

PIOVESANA, Gino K. Main Trends of Contemporary Japanese Philosophy. 11: 170-84.

SCHINZINGER, Robert. Uber Kitaro Nishidas Philosophie. 3: 28-39.

TAKEDA Hiromichi. Nishida's Doctrine of 'Universals'. 23: 497-502.

TANABE Hajime. The Logic of the Species as Dialectics. Tr. by David A. Dilworth & Taira Sato. 24: 273-88.

VIGLIELMO, Valdo H. Nishida's Final Statement. 43: 353-62.

WALDENFELS, Hans. Absolute Nothingness. 21: 354-91.

WATSUJI Tetsuro. The Significance of Ethics as the Study of Man. Tr. by David A. Dilworth. 26: 395-413.

YUSA, Michiko. Nishida and the Question of Nationalism. 46: 203-09.

YUSA, Michiko. Nishida and Hearn. 51: 309-316.

YUSA, Michiko. Philosophy and Inflation: Miki Kiyoshi in Weimar Germany, 1922-1924. 53: 45-72.

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Language

General

ALVAREZ-TALADRIZ, J. L. Cacera de Refranes en el Vocabulario da Lingoa de Japam. 10: 169-92.

BAILEY, Don Clifford. Early Japanese Lexicography. 16: 1-52.

COOPER, Michael. The Nippo Jisho. 31: 417-30.

KAROW, Otto. Sprachwissenschaftliches und Volkskundliches Schrifttum 1942-1943. 6: 432-37.

KAROW, Otto. Die Worterbucher der Heianzeit und ihre Bedeutung fur die japanische Sprachgeschichte (Teil 1: Das Wamyoruijusho des Minamoto no Shitagau). 7: 156-97.

KAROW, Otto. Zokugo-zoku ni imaku in der altjapanischen Literatur. 6: 146-71.

LANZACO, Federico. Japanese Language for Beginners. 19: 469-75.

MATHIAS, Gerard B. Martin on Japanese. 32: 377-87.

MILLER, Roy Andrew. The Origins of Japanese. 29: 93-102.

NUMATA Jiro. The Introduction of Dutch Language. 19: 243-53.

MORAN, Joseph. The Well of Japanese Undefiled: Joao Rodrigues' Advice on How to Study Japanese. 30: 277-89.

PASSlN, Herbert. Intra-Familial Linguistic Usage in Japan. 21: 97-113.

TOMASI, Massimiliano Tomasi. Quest for a New Written Language: Western Rhetoric and the Genbun Itchi Movement. 54: 333-360.

TWINE, Nanette. The Genbun'itchi Movement: Its Origin, Development, and Conclusion. 33: 333-56.

TAKAYANAGI Shun'ichi. 'Copious without Order, Energetick without Rules.' 32: 75-86.

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Linguistics, Dialects

BINKENSTEIN, Rolf. Japans Dialekte und Folklore. 5: 551-64.

CARR, Denzel. A Note on Dispalatization in the Isigaki Subdialect. 3: 549-53.

FUJIWARA Yoichi. Cessationals in the Japanese Dialects. 19: 130-62.

FUJIWARA Yoichi. A Dialect Grammar of Japanese. 17: 126-59 & 18: 147-92.

GROOT, Gerard. Besonderheiten der Ryukyusprache. 3: 300-13.

RAHDER, Johannes. Comparative Treatment of the Japanese Language. 7: 198-208; 8: 239-88; 9: 199-257 & 10: 127-68.

RAHDER, Johannes. Zahlworter im Japanischen, Koreanischen und Ainu. 4: 634-44.

TOJO Misao. Der gegenwartige Stand der Dialektforschung in Japan. 5: 38-51.

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Phonetics, Grammar, Word Studies

DUMOULIN, Heinrich. Zwei Texte Kamo Mabuchis zur Wortkunde. 11: 268-83.

GROOTAERS, William A. A Dialect-geographical Study of the Japanese Accents in Chiba Prefecture. 14: 247-76.

KAROW, Otto. Das Daidoruijuho und die Kokugaku. 9: 155-98 & 10: 45-64.

KAROW, Otto. Textkritische Untersuchungen zum Daidoruijuho. 13: 83-111 & 284-312; 14: 150-75.

KOIKE Ikuo. A Descriptive-Comparative Note on Verb Transitivity in English and Japanese. 20: 221-28.

MULLER, Hans. Glossen zur Etymologie des Japanischen. 1. 6: 404-22.

PARKER, Charles B. Early Japanese Systems of Counting. 3: 274-80.

PIERSON, J. L., Jr. The Japanese Verbal Forms on mi. 3: 75-89.

PIERSON, J. L., Jr. The Japanese Verbal Forms on yu. 2: 24-39.

PIERSON, J. L., Jr. The Japanese Verbal Sets on -ru and -su. 4: 514-29.

PIERSON, J. L., Jr. The Structure of the Japanese Sentence in the 7th Century and the

Functions of the Case-Particles no, ga and va. 7: 209-18.

PLETNER, Oreste. Nippon or Nihon. 3: 654-56.

RAHDER, Johannes. Japanese Initial Syllables. 3: 525-48.

RAHDER, Johannes. Phonetic Variations in Japanese. 3: 177-81.

SANO Katsuhiko. Die Hoflichkeitsformen des Japanischen. 4: 327-50.

UNGER, J. Marshall. The Very Idea: The Notion of Ideogram in China and Japan. 45: 391-411.

WENCK, Guenther. On Linguistic Dowsing. 36: 335-40.

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Writing System

GATTEN, Aileen. Mastering Hentaigana. 54: 387-393.

KATO, Joken. Chinese Characters. 8: 193-229; 9: 258-76; 10: 193-202.

KUENBURG, Max von. Toyo Kanji. 8: 230-38.

MILLER, J. Scott. Japanese Shorthand and Sokkibon. 49: 471-87.

MULLIE, Jos. L. M. Les Caracteres 13: 247-83; 14: 153-72.

MULLIE, Jos. L. M. Peut-on expliquer le chinois par le japonais? 17: 329-39.

MULLER, Hans. New Japanese-English Kanji Dictionary. 7: 319-26.

PIERSON, J. L. The Characters 11: 15-43 & 425-45.

TSUCHIHASHI Yachita. Sur la correction du dictionnaire chinois K'ang-hi-tse-tien. 5: 332-46.

TWINE, Nanette. Toward Simplicity: Script Reform Movements in the Meiji Period. 38: 115-32.

TWINE, Nanette. Standardizing Written Japanese: A Factor in Modernization. 43: 429-54.

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Literature

General

BATY, Thomas. The Literary Introduction of Japan to Europe. 7: 24-39; 8: 15-46; 9: 62-82; 10: 65-80.

BENL, Oscar. Naturalism in Japanese Literature. 9: 1-33.

HIJIYA-KIRSCHNEREIT, Irmela. War, Memory, Literature: Does Comparison Make Sense? 54: 521-28.

KABANOV, A. Recent Soviet Studies in Pre-Modern Japanese Literature. 42: 289-98.

LAFLEUR, William R. Families-at-Risk in a Medieval Tale. 56: 93-98.

ODA Masanobu. Remarks on the Study of Meiji Literature. 5: 203-07.

PASTREICH, Emanuel. The Pleasure Quarters of Edo and Nanjing as Metaphor: The Records of Yu Huai and Narushima Ryûhoku. 55: 199-224.

PINOUS, E. Recent Soviet Translations and Studies of Pre-Modern Japanese Literature. 32: 235-43.

SAKAKI, Atsuko Kajin no kigu: The Meiji Political Novel and the Boundaries of Literature. 55: 83-108.

SHIRANE, Haruo. Interpreting Literary History. 42: 219-29.

WALLACE, John R. Tarrying with the Negative: Aesthetic Vision in Murasaki and Mishima. 52: 181-200.

WASHBURN, Dennis. Performing Theory 55: 271-281.

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Prose Studies

ARAKI, James T. A Critical Approach to the Ugetsu Monogatari. 22: 49-64.

ARAKI, James T. Sharebon: Books for Men of Mode. 24: 31-45.

ARAKI, James T. The Dream Pillow in Edo Fiction, 1772-1788. 25: 43-106.

ARAKI, James T. Japanese Literature: The Practice of Transfer. 31: 77-85.

ARAKI, James T. Yurikawa and Ulysses: The Homeric Epics at the Court of Ouchi Yoshitaka. 33: 1-36.

ARAKI, James T. Otogi-zoshi and Nara-ehon: A Field of Study in Flux. 36: 1-20.

ARIGA Chieko. The Playful Gloss: Rubi in Japanese Literature. 44: 309-35.

BARGEN, Doris G. Twin Blossoms on a Single Branch: The Cycle of Retribution in Onnamen. 46: 147-71.

BENL, Oscar. Tsutsumi Chunagon Monogatari. 3: 504-24.

BIDDLE, Ward William. The Athenticity of Natsume Soseki. 28: 391-426.

BROWER, Robert H. The Reizei Documents. 36: 445-61.

BROWNSTEIN, Michael C. Jogaku Zasshi and the Founding of Bungakukai. 35: 319-36.

BROWNSTEIN, Michael C. Tokoku at Matsushima. 45: 285-306.

BRUDNOY, David. The Immutable Despair of Dazai Osamu. 23: 457-74.

CHILDS, Margaret H. Didacticism in Medieval Short Stories. 42: 253-88.

CRANSTON, Edwin A. A Bridge of Dreams. 27: 435-54.

DODD, Stephen. Fantasies, Fairies, and Electric Dreams: Sato Haruo's Critique of Taisho. 49: 287-314.

DODD, Stephen. The Significance of Bodies in Soseki's Kokoro. 53: 473-498.

DRAKE, Christopher. Mirroring Saikaku. 46: 513-41.

FERNLANDEZ, Jaime. The Unreality of Love: Time and Death in Kawabata's Lyric Poem. 26: 307-17.

FOX, Charles E. Old Stories, New Modes: Ejima Kiseki's Ukiyo Oyaji Katagi. 43: 63-93.

FUKUCHI, Isamu. Kokoro and 'the Spirit of Meiji'. 48: 468-88.

GATTEN, Aileen. Fact, Fiction, and Heian Literary Prose: Epistolary Narration in Tonomine Shosho Monogatari. 53: 153-196.

GEDDES, Ward. Dialect in Tanizaki's Shunkinsho. 39: 435-43.

GEDDES, Ward. The Courtly Model: Chomei and Kiyomori in Jikkinsho. 42: 157-66.

GESSEL, Van C. Voices in the Wilderness: Japanese Christian Authors. 37: 437-57.

HAGIWARA, Takao. Innocence and the Other World: The Tales of Miyazawa Kenji. 47: 241-63.

HAKEDA Yoshito S. The Religious Novel of Kukai. 20: 283-97.

HASEGAWA Tadashi. The Early Stages of the Heike Monogatari. 22: 65-81.

HIJIYA-KIRSCHNEREIT, Irmela. The Darkness at the Foot of the Lighthouse. 44: 337-45.

HIJIYA-KIRSCHNEREIT, Irmela. "To Learn What Fear Was": Comparative Studies at the Abyss. 54: 259-265.

HOPPER, Helen M. Mori Ogai's Response to Suppression of Intellectual Freedom, 1909-1912. 29: 381-413.

HULVEY, Shirley Yumiko. The Nocturnal Muse: Ben no Naishi no Nikki. 44: 391-413.

HUMBERTCLAUDE, Pierre. Essai sur la vie et l'oeuvre de Ueda Akinari. 3: 458-79; 4: 102-23, 454-64; 5: 52-85.

INOUYE, Charles Shiro. Water Imagery in the Work of Izumi Kyoka. 46: 43-68.

KAWAKAMI, Chiyoko. Izumi Kyoka's Uta Andon: Between Anachronism and the Avant-garde. 54:195-216.

KEENE, Donald. The Barren Years: Japanese War Literature. 33: 676-112.

KEENE, Donald. A Neglected Chapter: Courtly Fiction of the Kamakura Period. 44: 1-30.

KELSEY, W. Michael. Konjaku Monogatari-shu: Toward an Understanding of Its Literary Qualities. 30: 121-50.

KLEIN, Susan Blakeley. Allegories of Desire: Poetry and Eroticism in Ise Monogatari Zuino. 52: 441-466.

LANE, Richard. Saikaku and Boccaccio: The Novella in Japan and Italy. 15: 87-118.

LANE, Richard. Saikaku's Contemporaries and Followers: The Ukiyo-zoshi, 1680-1780. 14: 371-83.

LANE, Richard. Saikaku's Prose Works. 14: 1-26.

LIMAN, Anthony V. Kawabata's Lyrical Mode in Snow Country. 26: 267-85.

MCCARTHY, Paul. Beauty and Illusion: Tanizaki in Venice. 50: 523-28.

MCCLELLAN, Edwin. The Implications of Soseki's Kokoro. 14: 356-70.

MCCULLOUGH, Helen C. The Seidensticker Genji. 32: 93-110.

MAKI, J. M. Lady Murasaki and the Genji Monogatari. 3: 480-503.

MATHY, Francis. Kitamura Tokoku: The Early Years. 18: 1-44.

MATHY, Francis. Kitamura Tokoku: Essays on the Inner Life. 19: 66-110.

MATHY, Francis. Kitamura Tokoku: Final Essays. 20: 41-64.

MATHY, Francis. Kawabata Yasunari: Bridge-builder to the West. 24: 211-17.

MILLER, J. Scott. The Hybrid Narrative of Kyoden's Sharebon. 43: 133-52.

MILLS, D. E. Soga Monogatari, Shintoshu, and the Taketori Legend. 30: 37-68.

MINER, Earl. Some Thematic and Structural Features of the Genji Monogatari. 24: 1-19.

MORI, Maryellen T. The Splendor of Self-Exaltation: The Life and Fiction of Okamoto Kanoko. 50: 67-102.

MORITA, James R. Garakuta Bunko. 24: 219-33.

MORITA, James R. Shigarami-zoshi. 24: 47-58.

MORRIS, Mark. Her Story So Far. 53: 529-548.

MOTOYAMA, Mutsuko. The Literature and Politics of Abe Kobo: Farewell to Communism in Suna no Onna. 50: 305-23.

MULHERN, Chieko Irie. Otogi-zoshi: Short Stories of the Muromachi Period. 29: 181-98.

MULHERN, Chieko Irie. Cinderella and the Jesuits: An Otogi-zoshi Cycle as Christian Literature. 34: 409-47.

NAFF, William E. A Tale of the Heike. 31: 87-95.

NAKAI Yoshiyuki. Mori Ogai: The State of the Field. 35: 99-106.

NAKAI Yoshiyuki. Ogai's Craft: Literary Techniques and Themes in Vita Sexualis. 35: 223-39.

OCHNER, Nobuko Miyama. Wu-jing's Admiration: Nakajima Atsushi's Gojo Tan'i. 41: 221-37.

PFLUGFELDER, Gregory M. Strange Fates: Sex, Gender, and Sexuality in Torikaebaya Monogatari. 47: 347-68.

POLLACK, David. The Informing Image: 'China' in Genji Monogatari. 38: 359-75.

POLLACK, David. Action as Fitting Match to Knowledge: Language and Symbol in Mishima's Kinkakuji. 40: 387-98.

POLLACK, David. Framing the Self: The Philosophical Dimensions of Human Nature in Kokoro. 43: 417-27.

ROGGENDORF, Joseph. Shimazaki Toson: A Maker of the Modern Japanese Novel, 7: 40-66.

RUBIN, Jay. Soseki on Individualism: Watakushi no Kojinshugi. 34: 21-48.

SEIDENST1CKER, Edward. Tanizaki Jun'ichiro, 1886-1965. 21: 249-65.

SEIDENSTICKER, Edward. A Splendor of Scholarship. 36: 195-200.

SIBLEY, William F. A World Surveyed. 32: 485-94.

SKORD, Virginia. Monogusa Taro: From Rags to Riches and Beyond. 44: 171-98.

SNYDER, Stephen. Ogai and the Problem of Fiction: Gan and Its Antecedents. 49: 353-73.

STINCHECUM, Amanda Mayer. Who Tells the Tale? 'Ukifune': A Study in Narrative Voice. 35: 375-403.

STRAMIGIOLI, Giuliana. Preliminary Notes on Masakadoki and the Taira no Masakado

Story. 28: 261-93.

STRECHER, Matthew C. Purely Mass or Massively Pure? The Division between 'Pure' and 'Mass' Literature. 51: 357-370.

STRONG, Kenneth. Salvation through Selfishness. 32: 87-91.

STRONG, Sarah M. The Making of A Femme Fatale: Ono no Komachi in the Early Medieval Commentaries. 49: 391-412.

SWANN, Thomas E. What Happens in Kinkakuji. 27: 399-414.

SWANN, Thomas E. The Problem of Utakata no Ki. 29: 263-81.

TANAKA Hisako. Higuchi Ichiyo. 12: 171-94.

TSURUTA, Kinya. Akutagawa Ryunosuke and I-Novelists. 25: 13-27.

TSURUTA, Kinya. The Flow-Dynamics in Kawabata Yasunari's Snow Country. 26: 251-65.

TYLER, Royall. "I am I": Genji and Murasaki. 54: 435-80.

URY, Marian. The Real Murasaki. 38: 175-89..

VIGLIELMO, Valdo H. An Introduction to the Later Novels of Natsume Soseki. 19: 1-36.

WALLACE, John R. Fitful Slumbers: Nun Abutsu's Utatane. 43: 391-416.

WASHBURN, Dennis. Ghostwriters and Literary Haunts: Subordinating Ethics to Art in Ugetsu Monogatari. 45: 39-74.

WILSON, William Ritchie. The Way of the Bow and Arrow: The Japanese Warrior in Konjaku Monogatari. 28: 177-233.

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Prose Translations

AKUTAGAWA Ryunosuke. Futari Komachi. Tr. by Thomas E. Swann. 23: 485-95.

AKUTAGAWA Ryunosuke. Hyottoko. Tr. by Paul McCarthy. 24: 499-505.

AKUTAGAWA Ryunosuke. Saru Kani Kassen. Tr. by Thomas E. Swann. 24: 507-10.

AKUTAGAWA Ryunosuke. Shiso. Tr. by Thomas E. Swann. 26: 191-93.

ARAKI, James T., tr. Bunsho Soshi: The Tale of Bunsho, the Saltmaker. 38: 221-49.

BRAZELL, Karen. Mori Ogai in Germany: Translation of Fumizukai and Excerpts from Doitsu Nikki. 26: 77-114.

BROWNLEE, John, tr. Jikkinsho: A Miscellany of Ten Maxims. 29: 121-61.

CARTER, Steven D. Chats with the Master: Selections from Kensai Zôdan. 56:3 295-347.

CHILDS, Margaret H., tr. Chigo Monogatari: Love Stories or Buddhist Sermons? 35: 127-51.

CRANSTON, Edwin A., tr. Atemiya: A Translation from the Utsubo Monogatari. 24: 289-314.

DAZAI Osamu. Asa. Tr. by David J. Brudnoy & Oka Yumi. 24: 519-22.

DAZAI Osamu. Chichi. Tr. by David J. Brudnoy & Shimizu Kazuko. 24: 511-18.

DAZAI Osamu. Haha. Tr. by David J. Brudnoy & Oka Yumi. 24: 327-35.

DAZAI Osamu. I Can Speak. Tr. by David J. Brudnoy & Shimizu Kazuko. 24: 337-39.

DAZAI Osamu. Mangan. Tr. by David J. Brudnoy & Shimizu Kazuko. 24: 181-82.

DAZAI Osamu. Matsu. Tr. by David J. Brudnoy & Shimizu Kazuko. 24: 183-85.

DAZAI Osamu. Sange. Tr. by Thomas E. Swann. 24: 169-79.

DAZAI Osamu. Yuki no Yo no Hanashi. Tr. by Thomas E. Swann. 22: 211-15.

DOPPO-See Kunikida Doppo.

DYKSTRA, Yoshiko K., tr. Tales of the Compassionate Kannon: The Hasedera Kannon Genki. 31: 113-43.

DYKSTRA, Yoshiko K., tr. Miraculous Tales of the Lotus Sutra: The Dainihonkoku Hokkegenki. 32: 189-210.

DYKSTRA, Yoshiko K., tr. Jizo, the Most Merciful: Tales from Jizo Bosatsu Reigenki. 33: 179-200.

DYKSTRA, Yoshiko K., tr. Notable Tales Old and New: Tachibana Narisue's Kokon Chomonju. 47: 469-93.

FORSTER, John S., tr. Uji Shui Monogatari. 20: 135-208.

GEDDES, Ward, tr. Takamura Monogatari. 46: 274-91.

GRAHAM, Masako Nakagawa, tr. The Consort and the Warrior: Yokihi Monogatari. 45: 1-26.

HELDT, Gustav, tr. Saigyo's Traveling Tale: A Translation of Saigyo Monogatari. 52: 467-522.

HIGUCHI Ichiyo. Jusan'ya. Tr. by Tanaka Hisako. 16: 377-94.

HIGUCHI Ichiyo. Nigorie. Tr. by Tanaka Hisako. 14: 172-204.

IHARA Saikaku. Saikaku's Parting Gift: Translations from Saikaku Okimiyage. Tr. by Robert Leutner. 30: 375-91.

IHARA Saikaku. Tales of Samurai Honor: Saikaku's Buke Giri Monogatari. Tr. by Caryl Callahan. 34: 1-20.

IHARA Saikaku. A Miscellany of Old Letters: Saikaku's Yorozu no Fumihogu. Tr. by Virginia Marcus. 40: 257-82.

ISSA. Journal of My Father's Last Days: Issa's Chichi no Shuen Nikki. Tr. by Robert N. Huey. 39: 25-54.

KAMO no Chomei. Recluses and Eccentric Monks: Tales from the Hosshinshu by Kamo no Chomei. Tr. by Marian Ury. 27: 149-73.

KATO, Eileen, tr. Pilgrimage to Dazaifu: Sogi's Tsukushi no Michi no Ki. 34: 333-67.

KAVANAGH, Frederick G., tr. An Errant Priest: Sasayaki Take. 51: 219-244.

KAWABATA Yasunari. Jojoka. Tr. by Francis Mathy. 26: 287-305.

KEENE, Donald, tr. The Tale of the Bamboo Cutter. 11: 329-55.

KITAMURA Tokoku. Shukkonkyo. Tr. by Kenneth Strong. 21: 392-409.

KLEIN, Susan Blakeley, tr. Ise Monogatari Zuino: An Annotated Translation. 53: 13-44.

KOMINZ, Laurence. Pilgrimage to Tolstoy: Tokutomi Roka's Junrei Kiko. 41: 51-101.

KORNICKI, Peter F., tr. Nishiki no Ura: An Instance of Censorship and the Structure of Sharebon. 32: 153-88.

KUNIKIDA Doppo. Shi. Tr. by Thomas E. Swann. 24: 315-25.

KUNIKIDA Doppo. Takibi. Tr. by Jay Rubin. 25: 197-202.

KUNIKIDA Doppo. Haru no Tori. Tr. by David G. Chibbett. 26: 195-203.

KUNIKIDA Doppo. Five Stories by Kunikida Doppo. Tr. by Jay Rubin. 27: 273-341.

LAMMERS, Wayne P., tr. The Succession (Kuniyuzuri): A Translation from Utsuho Monogatari. 37: 139-78.

LIM, Beng Choo. The Nobumitsu Portrait Inscription: An Annotated Translation. 55: 567-77.

MARRA, Michele, tr. Mumyozoshi. 39: 155-144, 281-303 & 409-34.

MASAMUNE Hakucho. Jin'ai. Tr. by Robert Rolf. 25: 407-14.

MATISOFF, Susan, tr. Images of Exile and Pilgrimage: Zeami's Kintosho. 34: 449-65.

MATSUDAIRA Sadanobu. Portrait of a Daimyo: Comic Fiction by Matsudaira Sadanobu. Tr. by Haruko Iwasaki. 38: 1-48.

MILLS, D. E. The Tale of the Mouse: Nezumi no Soshi. 34: 155-68.

MIZENKO, Matthew. Bamboo Voice Peach Blossom: Speech, Silence, and Subjective Experience. 54: 305-331.

MORI Ogai. Moso. Tr. by John W. Dower. 25: 415-30.

MORI Ogai. Hebi-Tsuina-Sakazuki. Tr. by John W. Dower. 26: 115-42.

MORI Ogai. Okitsu Yagoemon no Isho. Tr. by William Ritchie Wilson. 26: 143-58.

MORI Ogai. Kanzan Jittoku. Tr. by David A. Dilworth & J. Thomas Rimer. 26: 159-67.

MORI Ogai. Suginohara Shina. Tr. David A. Dilworth. 26: 169-79.

MORI Ogai. Takasebune. Tr. by Edmund R. Skrzypczak. 26: 181-89.

MORI Ogai. Hannichi. Tr. by Darcy Murray. 28: 347-61.

MORI Ogai. Utakata no Ki. Tr. by Richard Bowring. 29: 247-61.

MORI Ogai. Maihime. Tr. by Richard Bowring. 30: 151-76.

NAKAJIMA Atsushi. Gojo Shusse. Tr. by Gretchen Evans & Mitsuhashi Akira. 27: 191-210.

NATSUME Soseki. Ichiya. Tr. by Alan Turney. 33: 286-97.

OGAI-see Mori Ogai.

PANDEY, Rajyashree. Suki and Religious Awakening: Kamo no Chomei's Hosshinshu. 47: 299-321.

PANDEY, Rajyashree. Women, Sexuality, and Enlightenment: Kankyo no Tomo. 50: 325-56.

PUTZAR, Edward, tr. Chikusai Monogatari. 16: 161-95.

PUTZAR, Edward, tr. The Tale of Monkey Genji: Sarugenji-zoshi. 18: 286-312.

SAIKAKU-see Ihara Saikaku.

SANO Katsuhiko, tr. Drei Einsiedler (Sannin boshi). 6: 330-54.

SCHALOW, Paul Gordon. The Invention of a Literary Tradition of Male Love: Kitamura Kigin's Iwatsutsuji. 48: 1-31.

ROGERS, Lawrence, tr. Rags and Tatters: The Uzuragoromo of Yokoi Yayu. 34: 279-310.

RUCINSKI, Jack, tr. A Japanese Burlesque: Nise Monogatari. 30: 1-18.

SHIGA Naoya. Kamisori. Tr. by Francis Mathy. 13: 347-58.

SHIGA Naoya. Shiga Naoya and the Literature of Experience: 'Manazuru' and MThe Ashen Moon'. Tr. by Stephen W. Kohl. 32: 211-24.

SHIGA Naoya. Death and Divine Indifference: 'Dwelling by the Moat'. Tr. by Edward Fowler. 32: 225-34.

STEVEN, Chigusa, tr. Hachikazuki: A Muromachi Short Story. 32: 303-31.

TAHARA, Mildred, tr. Heichu, as Seen in Yamato Monogatari. 26: 17-48.

TAHARA, Mildred, tr. Yamato Monogatari. 27: 1-37.

TAKIZAWA Bakin. Kataki-uchi Nomitori Manako. Tr. by Leon M. Zolbrod. 20: 121-34.

TANIZAKI Jun'ichiro. Postscript to 'A Portrait of Shunkin': Shunkinsho Kogo, by Tanizaki Jun'ichiro. Tr. by Anthony H. Chambers. 35: 457-66.

TANIZAKI Jun'ichiro. 'Longing for Mother': Haha o Kouru Ki, by Tanizaki Jun'ichiro. Tr. by Edward Fowler. 35: 467-83.

UEDA Akinari. Hankai. Tr. by Anthony Chambers. 25: 371-406.

UEDA Akinari. Ugetsu Monogatari. Tr. by Dale Saunders. Kikka no Chigiri, 21: 178-86; Bupposo, 21: 187-202.

UYEDA [UEDA] Akinari. Ugetsu monogatari. Tr. by Wilfrid Whitehouse. Shiramine, 1: 242-58; Asajigayado, 1: 549-57; Binfukuron, 1: 557-67; Jasei no In, 4: 166-84; Kibitsu no Kama, 4: 184-91.

URY, Marian, tr. The Oe Conversations. 48: 359-80.

WAGNER, James G., tr. Kenreimon'in Ukyo no Daibu Shu. 31: 1-27.

YOSHISHIGE no Yasutane. Chiteiki. Tr. by Donald D. Dong. 26: 445-53.

YOUNG, Blake Morgan, tr. A Tale of the Western Hills: Takebe Ayatari's Nishiyama Monogatari. 37: 77-121.

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Poetry

ABRAMS, James. Hail in the Begging Bowl: The Odyssey and Poetry of Santoka. 32: 269-302.

BENL, Oscar. Fujiwara Kinto: Dichter und Kritiker der Heianzeit. 7: 311-18.

BLYTH, Reginald H. Buddhism and Haiku. 4: 465-85.

BONNEAU, Georges. La Probleme de la Poesie japonaise: Technique et Traduction. 1: 20-41.

BORGEN, Robert. Oe no Masafusa and the Spirit of Michizane. 50: 357-84.

BRANNEN, Noah S. The Kinkafu Collection of Ancient Japanese Songs. 23: 229-320.

BROWER, Gary. The Japanese Haiku in Hispanic Poetry. 23: 187-89.

BROWER, Robert H. The Foremost Style of Poetic Composition: Fujiwara Tameie's Eiga no Ittei. 42: 391-429.

BUNDY, Roselee. Poetic Apprenticeship: Fujiwara Teika's Shogaku Hyakushu. 45: 157-88.

BUNDY, Roselee. Santai Waka: Six Poems in Three Modes. 49: 197-227 & 261-86.

CARTER, Steven D., tr. Three Poets at Yuyama: Sogi and Yuyama Sangin Hyakuin, 1491. 33: 119-49 & 241-83.

CARTER, Steven D. Waka in the Age of Renga. 36: 425-44.

CARTER, Steven D. Sogi in the East Country: Shirakawa Kiko. 42: 167-209.

CHU, Harold S. A Structural Analysis of Man'yoshu Poems: 1,520-22, 892-93, and 800-01. 25: 29-42.

COLLCUTT, Martin. Gozan Literature: The Practice of Zen and the Pursuit of Poetry. 33: 201-05.

COSSARD, Yves. Le Man'yoshu: Miroir du Japon. 6: 314-29 & 7: 219-41.

CRANSTON, Edwin A. The Poetry of Izumi Shikibu. 25: 1-11.

CRANSTON, Edwin A. The Yakushiji Poems. 31: 299-308.

CRANSTON, Edwin A. A Web in the Air. 43: 305-52.

CROWLEY, Cheryl. Putting Makoto into Practice: Onitsura's Hitorigoto. 50: 1-46.

DUMOULIN, Heinrich. Die Erneuerung des Liederweges durch Kamo Mabuchi. 6: 110-45.

DUMOULIN, Heinrich. Die Geschiche der japanischen Manyoshuforschung von der Heianzeit bis zu den Anfangen der Kokugaku. 8: 67-98.

DUMOULIN, Heinrich. Kamo Mabuchi und das Manyoshu. 9: 34-61.

DUMOULIN, Heinrich. Zwei Texte zum Kado des Kamo Mabuchi: Uta no Kokoro no Uchi. 4: 192-206.

DUMOULIN, Heinrich. Zwei Texte zum Kado das Kamo Mabuchi: Niimanabi. 4: 566-84.

FUJIKAWA Fumiko. The Influence of Tu Fu on Basho. 20: 374-88.

FUJIWARA Kinto. Rules for Poetic Elegance: Fujiwara no Kinto's Shinsen Zuino and Waka Kuhon. Tr. by Nicholas J. Teele. 31: 145-64.

FUJIWARA Teika. Fujiwara Teika's Hundred-Poem Sequence of the Shoji Era. Tr. by Robert H. Brower. 31: 223-49 & 333-91.

FUJIWARA Teika. Fujiwara Teika's Maigetsusho. Tr. by Robert H. Brower. 40: 399-425.

GULIK, R. H. van. Miura Baien on Indian and Dutch Poetry. 1: 173-77.

HARE, Thomas W. Linked Verse at Imashinmei Shrine: Anegakoji Imashinmei Hyakuin, 1447. 34: 169-208.

HARRIES, Phillip T. Personal Poetry Collections: Their Origin and Development Through the Heian Period. 35: 299-317.

HEINR1CH, Amy Vladeck. 'My Mother Is Dying': Saito Mokichi's Shinitamau Haha. 33: 407-39.

HEUVERS, Hermann. Kaiser Meiji als Dichter. 2: 333-48.

HEUVERS, Hermann & Uda Goro. Henscher und Volk im japanischen Kurzgedicht zum 2600. Jahre der Reichsgrundung. 3: 363-68.

HUEY, Robert N. & Susan Matisoff, tr. Lord Tamekane's Notes on Poetry: Tamekanekyo Wakasho. 40: 127-46.

HUEY, Robert N. The Kingyoku Poetry Contest. 42: 299-330.

HUEY, Robert N. Fushimi-in Nijuban Uta-awase. 48: 167-203.

ITO, Setsuko. The Muse in Competition: Uta-awase Through the Ages. 37: 201-22.

KAROW, Otto. Utagaki Kagahi. 5: 287-331.

KATO, Hilda. The Mumyosho of Kamo no Chomei and its significance in Japanese Literature (together with an English translation of the Mumyosho). 23: 321-430.

KWON, Yung-Hee. Voices from the Periphery: Love Songs in Ryojin Hisho. 41: 1-20.

KWON, Yung-Hee Kim. The Emperor's Songs: Go-Shirakawa and Ryojin Hisho Kudenshu. 41: 261-98.

LAFLEUR, William R. Marginalia: The Expanse and Limits of a New Anthology. 38: 191-205.

MASAOKA Shiki. Masaoka Shiki's A Drop of Ink. Tr. by Janine Beichman-Yamamoto. 30: 291-315.

MILLER, Roy Andrew. The Lost Poetic Sequence of the Priest Manzei. 36: 133-72.

MILLET, Christine Murasaki. "Bush Clover and the Moon": A Relational Reading of Oku no Hosomichi. 52: 327-356.

MINER, Earl. The Gem-Glistening Cup. 50: 117-21.

MORITA, James R. Shimazaki Toson's Four Collections of Poems. 25: 325-69.

MORRELL, Robert E. The Buddhist Poetry in the Goshuishu. 28: 87-100.

MORTON, Leith. A Poetics of Pure Art. 50: 529-35.

OCHNER, Nobuko Miyama. Secrets in My Heart: The Poetry of Sato Haruo. 44: 261-82.

PARKER, Joseph D. Attaining Landscapes in the Mind: Nature Poetry and Painting in Gozan Zen. 52: 235-258.

RABSON, Steve. Shimazaki Toson on War. 46: 453-81.

RODRIGUES, Joao. The Muse Described: Joao Rodrigues' Account of Japanese Poetry. Tr. by Michael Cooper. 26: 55-75.

ROWLEY, G. G. Yosano Akiko's Poems "In Praise of The Tale of Genji". 56:4 439-86.

SATO, Hiroaki. Lineation of Tanka in English Translation. 42: 345-56.

SATO, Hiroaki. Record of an Autumn Wind: The Travel Diary of Arii Shokyu. 55: 1-43.

SMITS, Ivo. The Poet and the Politician: Teika and the Compilation of the Shinchokusenshu. 53: 427-472.

SMITS, Ivo. Song as Cultural History: Reading Wakan Rôeishû (Texts) 55: 225-256.

SMITS, Ivo. Song as Cultural History: Reading Wakan Rôeishû (Interpretations) 55: 399-427.

STRONG, Sarah M. Miyazawa Kenji and the lost Gandharan Painting. 41: 175-97.

SUEMATSU Daiguji. Takamura Mitsutaro: Chieko-sho. 14: 205-25.

TAKAYANAGI Shun'ichi. Japanese Court Poetry. 18: 352-64.

THOMAS, Roger K. 'High' versus 'Low': The Fude no Saga Controversy and Bakumatsu Poetics. 49: 455-69.

WILSON, William Ritchie. Three tanka Chains from the Private Collection of the Emperor Kogon'in. 24: 21-29.

WILSON, William Ritchie. The Truth of haikai. 26: 49-53.

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Drama Studies

BERNARD, Henri. Lope de Vega et l'Extreme-Orient. 4: 278-83.

EIDE, Elling O. Unai Otome as Helen of Troy. 25: 455-58.

EPPSTEIN, Ury. The Stage Observed: Western Attitudes toward Japanese Theatre. 48: 147-66.

GARDNER, Richard A. Takasago: The Symbolism of the Pine. 47: 203-40.

GERSTLE, C. Andrew. Hero as Murderer in Chikamatsu. 51: 317-356.

GILLESPIE, John K. Beyond Byzantium: Aesthetic Pessimism in Mishima's Modern Plays. 37: 29-39.

GOFF, Janet E. The National Noh Theater. 39: 445-52.

GOLAY, Jacqueline. Pathos and Farce: Zato Plays of the Kyogen Repertoire. 28: 139-49.

HAWLEY, Frank. Some Recent Books on No. 2: 293-300.

IMMOOS, Thomas. The Birth of the Japanese Theater. 24: 403-14.

ISHII Nobuko. Sekkyo-bushi. 44: 283-307.

JONES, Stanleigh H., Jr. Experiment and Tradition: New Plays in the Bunraku Theatre. 36: 113-31.

JONES, Stanleigh H., Jr. Puccini Among the Puppets: Madame Butterfly on the Japanese Puppet Stage. 38: 163-74.

KATO Mamoru. Das deutsche Drama auf der japanischen Buhne. 3: 427-44.

LAW, Jane Marie. Religious Authority and Ritual Puppetry: The Case of Dokumbo Denki. 47: 77-97.

MORIOKA Heinz & Sasaki Miyoko. The Blue-Eyed Storyteller: Henry Black and His Rakugo Career. 38: 133-62.

NEARMAN, Mark J, tr. Zeami's Kyui: A Pedagogical Guide for Teachers of Acting. 33: 299-332.

NEARMAN, Mark J, tr. Kyakuraika: Zeami's Final Legacy for the Master Actor. 35: 153-87.

NEARMAN, Mark J, tr. Kakyo: Zeami's Principles of Acting. 37: 333-74 & 459-96; 38: 49-71.

NEARMAN, Mark J, tr. The Visions of a Creative Artist: Zenchiku's Rokurin Ichiro Treatises. 50: 235-61, 281-303 & 485-521; 51+ 17-52.

O'NEILL, P. G. The Year of Zeami's Birth: A New Interpretation of Museki Isshi. 34: 231-38.

ORTOLANI, Benito. Okuni-kabuki und Onna-kabuki. 17: 161-213.

ORTOLANI, Benito. Das Wakashu-kabuki und das Yaro-kabuki. 18: 89-127.

ORTOLANI, Benito & Nishi Kazuyoshi. The Year of Zeami's Birth, with a translation of the Museki Isshi. 20: 319-34.

PILGRIM, Richard B. Some Aspects of kokoro in Zeami. 24: 393-401.

PINNINGTON, Noel J. Crossed Paths: Zeami's Transmission to Zenchiku. 52: 201-234.

POWELL, Brian. Japan's First Modern Theater: The Tsukiji Shogekijo and Its Company. 30: 69-85.

QUINN, Shelley Fenno. How to Write a Noh Play: Zeami's Sando. 48: 53-88.

RATH, Eric C. Legends, Secrets, and Authority: Hachijo Kadensho and Early Modern Noh 54:2 169-194.

RAZ, Jacob. The Actor and His Audience: Zeami's Views on the Audience of the Noh. 31: 251-74.

RAZ, Jacob. The Audience Evaluated: Shikitei Samba's Kyakusha Hyobanki. 35: 199-221.

RIMER, J. Thomas. Four Plays by Tanaka Chikao. 31: 275-98.

SUGINO Masayoshi. Die Anfange des japanischen Theaters bis zum Nospiel. 3: 90-108.

WHITEHOUSE, Wilfrid & Shidehara Michitaro, tr. Seami Juroku Bushu: Seami's Sixteen Treatises. 4: 530-65.

YUSA, Michiko. Riken no Ken: Zeami's Theory of Acting and Theatrical Appreciation. 42: 331-45.

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Drama Translations

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BENDER, Ross, tr. Metamorphosis of a Deity: The Image of Hachiman in Yumi Yawata. 33: 165-78.

BRESLER, Laurence, tr. Chobuku Soga: A Noh Play by Miyamasu. 29: 69-81.

DRAGER, W. & Helmut Erlinghagen, tr. Kazuraki. 5: 437-65.

FLORENZ, Karl, tr. Manju oder Nakamitsu. 1: 3-19.

FOARD, James H., tr. Seiganji: The Buddhist Orientation of a Noh Play. 35: 437-56.

HAYNES, Carolyn, tr. Parody in Kyogen: Makura Monogurui and Tako. 39: 261-79.

HUEY, Robert N., tr. Sakuragawa: Cherry River. 38: 295-312.

JONES, Stanleigh H., tr. The No Plays Obasute and Kanehira. 18: 261-85.

KATO, Eileen, tr. Kinuta. 32: 332-46.

KOMINZ, Laurence, tr. The Noh as Popular Theater: Miyamasu's Youchi Soga. 33: 441-59.

KOMINZ, Laurence, tr. Ya no Ne: The Genesis of a Kabuki Aragoto Classic. 38: 387-407.

MAREGA, Mario, tr. Akogi by Seami Motokiyo. 2: 551-72.

MAREGA, Mario, tr. Minase. No-gaku della scuola Kita-ryu. 4: 585-99.

MAREGA, Mario, tr. Okina, Il Vegliardo. 3: 610-18.

MATISOFF, Susan, tr. Kintosho: Zeami's Song of Exile. 32: 441-58.

MORRELL, Robert E., tr. Passage to India Denied: Zeami's Kasuga Ryujin. 37: 179-200.

MUELLER, Jacqueline, tr. The Two Shizukas: Zeami's Futari Shizuka. 36: 285-98.

O'NEILL P. G., tr. The No Plays Koi no Omoni and Yuya. 10: 203-26. -End of Index-

PARKER, C. K. & Morisawa S., tr. Kokaji. 3: 619-29.

PARKER, C. K. & Morisawa S., tr. Shunkan. 4: 246-55.

RIMER, Thomas, tr. Taema: A Noh Play Attributed to Zeami. 25: 431-45.

SHIBANO, Dorothy T., tr. Suehirogari: The Fan of Felicity. 35: 77-88.

WILSON, William Ritchie, tr. Two Shuramono: Ebira and Michimori. 24: 415-66.

WILSON, William Ritchie, tr. Fujito. 29: 439-49.

YASUDA, Kenneth. The Dramatic Structure of Ataka, a Noh Play. 27: 359-98.

ZACHERT, Herbert, tr. Aoi no Ue. No-Drama in zwei Akten von Komparu Ujinobu. 2: 536-50.

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Art

General

GERHART, Karen M. Kano Tan'yû and Hôrin Jôshô: Patronage and Artistic Practice. 55: 483-508.

KORNICKI, Peter. Public Display and Changing Values: Early Meiji Exhibitions and Their Precursors. 49: 167-96.

ROBERT, Marcel. Reflexions sur l'Art Japonais. 2: 617-20.

TANABE, Willa Jane. The M.O.A. Museum of Art. 39: 83-87.

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Sculpture, Painting, Ukiyo-e

ADDISS, Stephen. Yamanaka Shinten'o: The Albatross of Japanese Painting. 48: 315-36.

BARRETT, Marie-Therese. Japonisme in the West. 48: 101-08.

BROCK, Karen L. The Shogun's 'Painting Match'. 50: 433-84.

GERHART, Karen M. Tokugawa Authority and Chinese Exemplars: The Teikan Zusetsu Murals of Nagoya Castle. 52: 1-34.

GRAHAM, Patricia J. Two Artists of the Edo Period. 48: 89-99.

GRAHAM, Patricia J. A Celebration of Art. 49: 75-87.

GUTH, Christine M. The Divine Boy in Japanese Art. 42: 1-23.

GUTILERREZ, Fernando G. Emakimono Depicting the Pains of the Damned. 22: 278-89.

GUTILERREZ, Fernando G. Sesshu and His Masters. 16: 221-62.

HIBBETT, Howard S. The Role of the Ukiyo-zoshi Illustrator. 13: 67-82.

HOCKLEY, Allen. Shunga: Function, Content, Methodology 55: 257-269.

INOUE, Mariko. Kiyokata's Asasuzu: The Emergence of the Jogakusei Image. 51: 431-460.

KITA, Sandy. The Bulls of Chomyoji: A Joint Work by Sotatsu and Mitsuhiro. 47: 495-519.

LANE, Richard. On Monographs and Kuniyoshi. 18: 338-5l.

LANE, Richard. Ukiyo-e Paintings Abroad. 23: 190-207.

MCCALLUM, Donald F. The Deity Depicted. 41: 477-88.

MASON, Penelope E. The House-bound Heart: The Prose-poetry Genre of Japanese Narrative Illustration. 35: 21-43.

MASON, Penelope E. Seisen'in and His Sketches: A Kano Master and Edo Castle. 43: 187-96.

MIHARA Shigeyoshi. Ukiyo-e: Some Aspects of Japanese Classical Picture Prints. 6: 245-61.

MIKI Tamon. The Influence of Western Culture on Japanese Art. 19: 380-401.

MOSTOW, Joshua S. Painted Poems, Forgotten Words: Poem-Pictures and Classical Japanese Literature. 47: 323-46.

Muromachi Screen Paintings. 44: 221-22.

NOMURA, Fr. Y. Wandbilder des Horyuji. 1: 597-601.

POLLACK, David. Different Strokes. 49: 89-95.

STATLER, Oliver. Modern Japanese Creative Prints. 11: 111-69.

WATERHOUSE, David. Leonardo or Proteus? 31: 189-98.

WATERHOUSE, David. Japanese Prints Through Western Eyes. 33: 207-14.

WATERS, Virginia Skord. Sex, Lies, and the Illustrated Scroll: The Dojoji Engi Emaki. 52: 59-84.

WEIGL, Gail Capitol. The Reception of Chinese Painting Models in Muromachi Japan. 35: 257-72.

WINTER-TAMAKI, Bert. Embodiment/Disembodiment: Japanese Painting during the Fifteen-Year War. 52: 145-180.

YAMADA Chisaburo. Japanese Modern Art. 3: 567-78; 5: 401-11.

YIENGPRUKSAWAN, Mimi. In My Image: The Ichiji Kinrin Statue at Chusonji. 46: 329-47.

YIENGPRUKSAWAN, Mimi. Flowing Traces. 48: 109-14.

YIENGPRUKSAWAN, Mimi. What's in a Name? Fujiwara Fixation in Japanese Cultural History. 49: 423-53.

ZAINIE, Carla M. The Muromachi Dono Gyoko Okazari Ki. 33: 113-18.

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Other Forms of Art and Culture

ANONYMOUS. N. H. N. Mody's Collections and Catalogues. 3: 295-99.

CASAL, U. A. Japanese Art Lacquers. 15: 1-34; 225-56.

COALDRAKE, William H. Edo Architecture and Tokugawa Law. 36: 235-84.

COALDRAKE, William H. The Taitokuin Mausoleum. 52: 541-546.

DEAN, Britten. Mr Gi's Music Book: An Annotated Translation of Gi Shimei's Gi-shi Gakufu. 37: 317-32.

DEAN, Britten. That 'Howling' Music: Japanese Hogaku in Contrast to Western Art Music. 40: 147-62.

DECOKER, Gary. Secret Teachings in Medieval Calligraphy: Jubokusho and Saiyosho. 43: 197-228 & 259-78.

DECOKER, Gary & Alex Kerr. Yakaku Teikinsho: Secret Teachings of the Sesonji School of Calligraphy. 49: 315-29.

DYM, Jeffrey A. Benshi and the Introduction of Motion Pictures to Japan. 55: 509-36.

ECKARDT, Hans. Zur Frage der Ei und Saezuri. 4: 600-05.

ECKARDT, Hans. Zur Frage der Netori. 1: 269-72.

EPPSTEIN, Ury. Musical Instruction in Meiji Education: A Study of Adaptation and Assimilation. 40: 1-37.

EPPSTEIN, Ury. School Songs Before and After the War. 42: 431-47.

FUJII Keiichi & P. D. Perkins. Two Ancient Japanese Dances. 3: 314-20.

GARDNER, Richard A. Lost in the Cosmos and the Need to Know. 54: 217-246.

GATTEN, Aileen. A Wisp of Smoke: Scent and Character in The Tale of Genji. 32: 35-48.

GROEMER, Gerald. Dodoitsubo and the Yose of Edo. 51: 171-188.

GROOS, Arthur. Cio-Cio-San and Sadayakko: Japanese Music-Theater in Madama Butterfly. 54: 41-73.

GULIK, R. H. van. A Note on Ink Cakes. 11: 84-100.

GULIK, R. H. van. On the Seal Representing the God of Literature on the title page of old Chinese and Japanese popular editions. 4: 33-52.

GULIK, R. H. van. The Lore of the Chinese Lute. 1: 386-438; 2: 75-99, 409-36; 3: 127-76. Addenda & corrigenda, 7: 300-10.

HARICH-SCHNEIDER, Eta. Koromogae: One of the Saibara of Japanese Court Music. 8: 398-406.

HARICH-SCHNEIDER, Eta. Roei: The Medieval Court Songs of Japan. 13: 183-222; 14: 91-118, 319-55; 15: 415-24.

HARICH-SCHNEIDER, Eta. The Earliest Sources of Chinese Music and Their Survival in Japan. 11: 195-213.

HOFFMAN, Theodore. Western Influences in the Japanese Art Song. 22: 162-76.

HOLTOM, D. C. Japanese Votive Pictures (The Ikoma Ema). 1: 154-64.

LUDWIG, Theodore M. Before Rikyu: Religious and Aesthetic Influences in the Early History of the Tea Ceremony. 36: 367-90.

MCCALLUM, Donald F. On Translation and Adaptation, 39: 183-90.

MILLER, J. Scott. Dispossessed Melodies: Recordings of the Kawakami Theater Troupe. 53: 225-236.

MODY, N. H. N. Japanese Lacquer, 3: 291-94.

PARENT, Mary Neighbour. Yamadadera: Tragedy and Triumph. 39: 307-31.

PARENT, Mary Neighbour. Yamadadera: Excavations 1984. 40: 209-19.

PERKINS, P. D. The Rise and Decline of Bukezukuri. 2: 596-608.

RAZ, Jacob. Popular Entertainment and Politics: The Great Dengaku of 1096. 40: 283-98.

ROGERS, John M. Arts of War in Times of Peace: Archery and Swordsmanship in Honcho Bugei Shoden. 45: 253-84 & 413-47.

ROGERS, John M. Arts of War in Times of Peace: Swordsmanship in Honcho Bugei Shoden, Chapter 6. 46: 173-202.

SCREECH, Timon. The Strangest Place in Edo: The Temple of the Five Hundred Arhats. 48: 407-28.

SECKEL, Dietrich. Neue Bilderwerke zur japanischen Architektur. 5: 208-13.

SECKEL, Dietrich. Taigenkyu, das Heiligtum das Yuiitsu-Shinto. 6: 52-85.

SMITH, Henry D. Japaneseness and the History of the Book. 53: 499-516.

TAKAYANAGI Shun'ichi. The Glory That Was Azuchi. 32: 515-24.

TANABE, George J., Jr. Kobo Daishi and the Art of Esoteric Buddhism. 38: 409-12.

YIENGPRUKSAWAN, Mimi. The House of Gold: Fujiwara Kiyohira's Konjikido. 48: 33-52.

Cultural Bonanzas. 41: 103-07.

Cultural Survey, 1988. 43: 465-70.

Showa 64, Heisei 1. 44: 99-100.

Cultural Survey, 1989. 45: 87-94.

Cultural Survey, 1990. 46: 105-10.

Cultural Survey, 1991. 47: 99-105.

Cultural Survey, 1992. 48: 247-59.

Cultural Survey, 1993. 49: 61-74.

Cultural Survey, 1994. 50: 103-16.

Japan in 1995. 51: 107-120.

Japan in 1996. 52: 103-116.

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CIESLIK, Hubert. Kirishitan Literatur der Nachkriegszeit. 16: 407-33.

GULIK, R. H. van. Two Important Japanese Publications on Chinese and Japanese Bibliography. 1: 585-91.

KATO Mamoru. Zur Bibliographie des japanischen Theaters. 3: 665-68.

KISHIMOTO H. Principal Works by Masaharu Anesaki. 6: vi-x.

MULLER, Hans. Goethe in Japan. 2: 466-78.

MULLER, Hans. Bibliography of foreign books published in Japan during the year 1938. 3: 352-60.

MULLER, Hans. Bibliography of foreign books published in Japan in the year 1939. 3: 693-703.

PIOVESANA, Gino K. A Bibliographical Note on Miura Baien. 19: 466-68.

SPAE, Joseph J. Japanese Sinology: Reflections on a Recent Publication. 5: 214-18.

STEENSTRUP, Carl. Recent German Books on Japan. 51: 245-255.

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