BRILL'S JAPANESE STUDIES LIBRARY

Edited by K. W.Radtke & H. Bolitho

Brill's Japanese Studies Library is concerned with the languages, history and culture of Japan in past and present. Among the subjects included are history - political, social, economic - based on primary sources, including biography; religion; classical literature and performing arts; law; language; philosophy; history of science; et cetera. Geographically the series covers the Japanese isles as well as manifestations of Japanese presence abroad. Chronologically, the period from the beginnings of written history until the present is covered. The series includes monographs on substantial subjects, thematic collections of articles, handbooks, text editions, and translations.

1 Plutschow, H. E. Chaos and Cosmos. Ritual in Early and Medieval Japanese Literature. 1990. ISBN 90 04 08628 5

2 Leims, Th. F. Die Entstehung des Kabuki. Transkulturation Europa-Japan im 16.und 17.Jahrhundert. 1990. ISBN 90 04 08988 8

3 Seeley, Chr. A History of Writing in Japan. 1991. ISBN 90 04 09081 9

4 Vavia, A. A Reconstruction of Proto-Ainu. 1993. ISBN 9004099050

5 Yoda, Y. The Foundations of Japan's Modernization. A Comparison with China's Path Towards Modernization. Translated by K. W.Radtke. 1996. ISBN 90 04 09999 9

6 Hardacre, H. & A. L. Kern (eds.). New Directions in the Study of Meiji Japan. 1997.ISBN 90 04 10735 5

7 Tucker, J. A. Itôjinsai's Gomô Jigi & the Philosophical Definition of Early Modernjapan. 1998. ISBN 90 04 10992 7

8 Hardacre, H. (ed.). The Postwar Development of Japanese Studies in the United States. 1998. ISBN 90 04 10981 1

9 Hanashiro, R. S. Thomas William Kinder and the Japanese Imperial Mint, 1868–18–3. 1999. ISBN 90 04 11345 2

10 Teitler, G. & K.W. Radtke (eds.). A Dutch Spy in China. Reports on the First Phase of the Sino-Japanese War (1937–19–9). 1999. ISBN 90 04 11487 4

11 Mortimer, M. Meeting the Sensei. The Role of the Master in Shirakaba Writers.2000. ISBN 90 04 11655 9

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