Michigan Monograph Series in Japanese Studies

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1. Cover image for 'Shugendo'
Essays on the Structure of Japanese Folk Religion
Volume: 32
Miyake Hitoshi
A comprehensive work on Japanese asceticism and folk religion.
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Paper 2007 $26.00 Available Add Paper for "Shugendo" to Cart
2. Cover image for 'Religion and Society in Nineteenth-Century Japan'
A Study of the Southern Kanto Region, Using Late Edo and Early Meiji Gazeteers
Volume: 41
Helen Hardacre
A detailed analysis of the structure of nineteenth-century Japanese religious institutions.
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Hardcover 2002 $60.00 Available Add Hardcover for "Religion and Society in Nineteenth-Century Japan" to Cart
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Christianity in Meiji Japan
Volume: 27
Yamaji Alizan
Argues that Christianity played a critical role in the development of modern Japan.
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Hardcover 2000 $28.95 Available Add Hardcover for "Essays on the Modern Japanese Church" to Cart
4. Cover image for 'Writing and Renunciation in Medieval Japan'
The Works of the Poet-Priest Kamo no Chomei
Volume: 21
Rajyashree Pandey
Challenges the rigid distinction between the religious and literary in medieval Japan.
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Hardcover 1998 $32.95 Available Add Hardcover for "Writing and Renunciation in Medieval Japan" to Cart
5. Cover image for 'Rethinking Sorrow'
Revelatory Tales of Late Medieval Japan
Volume: 6
Margaret Helen Childs
Argues that "The Tale of Genmu," "Tales Told on Mount Koya," "The Three Monks," and "The Seven Nuns" form a small, coherent subgroup of stories that describe how people were inspired to religious commitment.
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Paper 1991 $20.00 Available Add Paper for "Rethinking Sorrow" to Cart
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This series provides a venue for important works of scholarship in all fields of Japanese studies. Quality in scholarly content and production are of paramount concern.
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Michigan Monographs in Japanese Studies

This series provides a venue for important works of scholarship in all fields of Japanese studies. Quality in scholarly content and production are of paramount concern.

The Publications Program of the Center for Japanese Studies at the University of Michigan publishes research on Japan by scholars around the world. Works currently appear in print in three series (Michigan Monograph Series in Japanese Studies, Michigan Papers in Japanese Studies, and Michigan Classics in Japanese Studies) and as nonseries publications. Center books have been reviewed in The New York Times, The Times Literary Supplement, Publishers Weekly, and World Literature Today, as well as in all the major journals on Japanese and Asian studies. Over one hundred universities and colleges have adopted Center titles as textbooks for classes on Japanese language, literature, and culture. The Center also publishes materials of special interest to industry, government, and the general public. The Center published its first book in 1950.

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Center for Japanese Studies

The Publications Program of the Center for Japanese Studies at the University of Michigan publishes research on Japan by scholars around the world. Works currently appear in print in three series (Michigan Monograph Series in Japanese Studies, Michigan Papers in Japanese Studies, and Michigan Classics in Japanese Studies) and as nonseries publications. Center books have been reviewed in The New York Times, The Times Literary Supplement, Publishers Weekly, and World Literature Today, as well as in all the major journals on Japanese and Asian studies. Over one hundred universities and colleges have adopted Center titles as textbooks for classes on Japanese language, literature, and culture. The Center also publishes materials of special interest to industry, government, and the general public. The Center published its first book in 1950.


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