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Senri Ethnological Studies (SES)

No.51 Japanese Civilization in the Modern World:XVI - Nation-State and Empire

March 27, 2000 Publication

Edited by Umesao Tadao, Takashi Fujitani, Eisei Kurimoto

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Contents
Preface
1. KEYNOTE ADDRESS: COMPARETIVE STUDIES OF CIVILIZATION WITH REGARD TO THE FORMATION AND trANSFORMATION OF THE NATION-STATE
UMESAO Tadao
2. THE EVOLVING MEIJI STATE: ITS DUAL CHARACTER AS A NATION-STATE AND COLONIAL EMPIRE
YAMAMURO Shin'ichi
3. CHINESE NATIONALISM AND MODERN JAPAN: IMITATION AND RESISTANCE IN THE FORMATION OF NATIONAL SUBJECTS
MURATA Yujiro
4. HISTORY AND THE NATION IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY JAPAN AND GERMANY
Margaret MEHL
5. POLITICS, RELIGION, AND NATIONAL INTEGRATION IN WILHELMINE GERMANY AND MEIJI JAPAN: A COMPARATIVE VIEW ON THEKULTURKAMPFAND THE "PERSECUTION OF BUDDHISM"
Peter KLEINEN
6. NATION-STATE, EMPIRE, AND ARMY: THE CASE OF MEIJI JAPAN
KURIMOTO Eisei
7. STATUS AND ETHNICITY IN THE MAKING OF THE NATION-STATE: LOOKING FOR THE "MIDDLE GROUND" IN HOKKAIDO
David L. HOWELL
8. "SPY": MOBILIZATION AND IDENTITY IN WARTIME OKINAWA
TOMIYAMA Ichiro
9. THE MASCULINIST BONDS OF NATION AND EMPIRE:THE DISCOURSE ON KOREAN "JAPANESE" SOLDIERS IN THE ASIA PACIFIC WAR
Takashi FUJITANI

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