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Senri Ethnological Studies (SES)

No.54 Japanese Civilization in the Modern World:XVII - Collection and Representation

October 27, 2000 Publication

Edited by, Tadao Umesao, Angus Lockyer, Kenji Yoshida

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Contents
Preface
KEYNOTE ADDRESS: THE COMPARATIVE STUDY OF COLLECTION AND REPRESENTATION
UMESAO Tadao

PART 1: COLLECTING THE WORLD
PLANT HUNTERS AND JAPAN: Plants, Collection, and Exhibition
SHIRAHATA Yozaburo
PLANT COLLECTIONG AND THEHISTORY OF JAPANIN EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY LONDON
Timon SCREECH
THE COMPOSITION OF THE SIEBOLD COLLECTION IN THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF ETHNOLOGY IN LEIDEN
Ken VOS

PART 2: INSTITUTIONS OF DISPLAY
FROM "COLLECTION ROYALE" TO "COLLECTION PUVLIQUE": The Formation of The Louvre
NISHINO Yoshiaki
JAPAN AT THE EXHIBITION, 1867-1877: From Representation to Practice
Angus LOCKYER
"TOHAKU" AND "MINPAKU" WITHIN THE HISTORY OF MODERN JAPANESE CIVILIZATION: Museum Collections in Modern Japan
YOSHIDA Kenji

PART 3: CULTURE AND MODERNITY
THE TEA CEREMONY AND COLLECTION: The Prehistory of Private Art Museums
KUMAKURA Isao
FORM WEAPON TO WORK OF ART:
"Sword Hunts" in Modern Japan
KINOSHITA Naoyuki
POSTMODERNISM AND THE SYMBolS OF HISTORY: The Relationship Between Collection, Display, and Materials in The Hiroshima Peace Memorial Muzeum and The Muzeum of Kamigata Performing Arts
YONEYAMA Lisa

 
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