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xi-xii FOREWORD The guide to Japanese research and reference materials that I prepared for the University of Michigan Bibliographical Series was compiled between 19 and published in 1954.
Contents Foreword xi Preface xiii Acknowledgement xv Introduction xvii Explanatory Notes xix A GENERAL HISTORY GENERAL 1 Multiple Sets Lecture Series Collections of Essays CULTURAL HISTORY 20 Individual Works BIOGRAPHY 21 MISCELLANEOUS 22 B PREHISTORY, ANCIENT HISTORY PREHISTORY 23 ANCIENT HISTORY 23 General Festschrifts: Cultural History Political History Taika Reform: Nara period and the Ritsu-ryo system: Heian period: Genpei period: Local History Government Foreign Relations Social and Economic History Culture and Religion vii C MEDIEVAL HISTORY GENERAL 34 POLITICAL HISTORY 34 Foreign Relations BY PERIOD 36 Kamakura Period, 1185-1333 Mongol Invasions: Nanbokucho (North and South Dynasties) Period, 1331-1392 Muromachi Period, 1338-1573 Sengoku Period, 1482-1558 SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC HISTORY 39 Social Unrest and Rioting Doikki or Tsuchi Ikki (Peasant Riots): Ikk6 Ikki: SHOEN 43 FEUDAL SYSTEM 45 THOUGHT AND RELIGION 46 D EARLY MODERN PERIOD (KINSEI) GENERAL 47 BY PERIOD 48 Shokuho (Oda Toyotomi) Period, 1568-1600 Tokugawa (or Edo) Period, 1600-1868 Government: baku-han system han system (daimyo's domain) Genroku, Kyoho, Tenmei eras, 1688-1789: Bakumatsu (Last Days of the Bakufu): FOREIGN RELATIONS 52 Foreign Trade SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC HISTORY 54 Social Conditions Social unrest: Economic Conditions Commerce: Agricultural economy: viii INTELLECTUAL HISTORY 60 Culture Thought Kokugaku (National learning): Yogaku (Western studies): Religion E MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY GENERAL 63 POLITICAL HISTORY 65 Foreign Relations BY PERIOD 66 Bakumatsu Meiji Restoration Foreign relations: Period of unrest (Yonaoshi): Meiji Era, 1868-1912 General: Political history: Foreign relations: revision of treaties foreigners in Japan study abroad Sino-Japanese War, 1894-95 Russo-Japanese War, 1904-05 Local history: Political movements: Jiyi minken socialism Intellectual history: culture thought religion Taish6 Era, 1912-1926 General: Foreign relations: China Russia Korea Sh6wa, 1926 -General: Political history: incidents Foreign relations: World War II ix Greater East Asia War (Dai T6a Senso) Manchuria China, China War United States, Pacific War wartime social conditions Occupation period: Postwar period: SOCIAL CONDITIONS, SOCIAL MOVEMENTS 88 General Farmers and Farm Movements Labor and Labor Movements Socialism ECONOMIC HISTORY 92 General By Period Meiji era: Sh6wa era: zaibatsu Postwar and contemporary period: Commodity Distribution Finance Transportation Agricultural Economy Postwar: Rice: Forestry: Fishing: INTELLECTUAL HISTORY 102 Thought Religion F LOCAL HISTORY GENERAL 105 BY REGION 106 TITLE INDEX x pp.
The present volume, containing just under 1000 entries, leaves to yet another volume coverage of such subjects as the history of literature, the arts, folklore, and education.
The appearance of Miss Fukuda's work invites comparison between the state of the field of history in Japan in the early 1950s and the 1980s.
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ISBN 0-939512-19-X Copyright ~ 1984 Center for Japanese Studies 108 Lane Hall The University of Michigan Ann Arbor, MI 48109 Library of Congress Cataloging in Publication Data Fukuda, Naomi. Moreover, whole new subfields had opened up, requiring the addition of hundreds of new citations. And so, I am most impressed by Naomi Fukuda's courageous willingness to take up a task of revision that has become all the more needed and all the more difficult by virtue of the passage of an additional two decades.
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March is the month get out there and get some of this we may not see it again for years. In the 1950s, it did indeed seem possible to compile within a single volume the materials published in the field of Japanese history, despite the fact that history was then-as it is today-the most prolific among scholarly disciplines in Japan.