Shinto, a Short History

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In Western languages

General
Blacker, Carmen, The catalpa bow: A study of shamanistic practices in Japan, London: George Allan and Unwin 1975.
Bocking, Brian, A popular dictionary of Shinto, Curzon 1996.
Breen, John and Mark Teeuwen, eds, Shinto in history: Ways of the kami, Curzon 2000.
Havens, Norman and Inoue Nobutaka, eds, Encyclopedia of Shinto, Tokyo: Kokugakuin University. Vol. 1, Kami, appeared in 2001.
Japanese journal of religious studies vol. 29/3-4, special issue ‘Tracing Shinto in the history of kami worship’, Autumn 2002.
Kōdansha encyclopedia of Japan
Kuroda Toshio, tr. James C. Dobbins and Suzanne Gray, ‘Shinto in the history of Japanese religion’, The journal of Japanese studies 7-1, pp. 1-21, 1981.
Sources of Japanese tradition, 2nd edition, 2 vols, New York: Columbia University Press 2001.
Teeuwen, Mark and Fabio Rambelli, eds, Buddhas and kami in Japan: Honji suijaku as a combinatory paradigm, Curzon 2003.

The ancient and classical periods
Aston, W. G., Nihongi: Chronicles of Japan from the earliest times to A.D.697, Tuttle 1972.
Bock, Felicia G., Engi-Shiki. Procedures of the Engi Era, 2 vols, Tokyo: Sophia University, 1970-2.
Grapard, Allan G., ‘Religious practices’ in Donald H. Shively and William H. McCullough, eds, The Cambridge history of Japan. Vol. 2, ‘Heian Japan’, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 1999.
Ebersole, Gary L., Ritual poetry and the politics of death in early Japan, Princeton University Press 1989.

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Shinto, a Short History
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Contributors vii
  • Translators' Introduction ix
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - Ancient and Classical Japan 12
  • 2 - The Medieval Period 63
  • Notes 102
  • 3 - The Early Modern Period 108
  • 4 - The Modern Age 159
  • Selected Reading 198
  • Index 204
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