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Christianity in the Japanese Empire

A review of Christianity in the Japanese Empire: Nationalism, Conscience, and Faith in Meiji and Taisho Japan, by EMILY ANDERSON In 1979, Matsuo Takayoshi’s articles…

“Pleasure Work” in Modern Japan

A review of Bodies, Numbers, and Empires: Representing “The Prostitute” in Modern Japan (1850-1912), by ANNE MARIE LYN DAVIS. “The discursive production of the prostitute…

Culture of Disputes in Early Modern Japan

A review of The Culture of Disputes in Early Modern Japan, 1550-1700, by DAVID ANTHONY EASON. In his original and profusely documented dissertation, David Eason fundamentally…