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Senri Ethnological Studies (SES)

No.65 Wartime Japanese Anthropology in Asia and the Pacific

December 26, 2003 Publication

Edited by Akitoshi Shimizu and Jan van Bremen

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Contents
Preface
Acknowledgements
Notes on contributors

Introduction
Akitoshi SHIMIZU
Jan van Bremen
Wartime Anthropology: A Global Perspective
Jan van Bremen
Anthropology and the Wartime Situation of the 1930s and 1940s:
Masao OKA, Yoshitaro HIRANO, Eiichiro ISHIDA and Their Negotiations with the Situation
Akitoshi SHIMIZU
NAKANO Seiichi and Colonial Ethnic Studies
Kevin M. Doak
Selves and Others in Japanese Anthropology
Teruo SEKIMOTO
Physical Anthropology in Wartime Japan
Atsushi NOBAYASHI
Anthropological Studies of the Indigenous Peoples in Sakhalin in Pre-Wartime and Wartime Japan
Shiro SASAKI
War and Ethnology/Folklore in Colonial Korea: The Case of AKIBA Takashi
CH'OE Kilsung
For Science, Co-Prosperity, and Love: The Re-imagination of Taiwanese Folklore and Japan's Greater East Asian War
TSU Yun Hui
Studies of Chinese Peasant Society in Japan: Before and During World War II
NIE Lili
Colonial Anthropology in the Netherlands and Wartime Anthropology in Japan
MIYAZAKI Koji
MABUCHI Toichi in Makassar
NAKAO Katsumi
Resuscitating Nationalism: Brunei under the Japanese Military Administration (1941-1945)
B. A. Hussainmiya

 
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