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Butoh America : Butoh Dance in the United States and Mexico From 1970 to the Early 2000s

Butoh America : Butoh Dance in the United States and Mexico From 1970 to the Early 2000s

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Abstract:Butoh America unearths the people and networks that popularized Butoh dance in the Americas through a focused look at key artists, producers, and festivals in the United States and Mexico. This is the first book to gather these histories into one narra...

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Sweden, Japan, and the Long Second World War : 1931-1945

Sweden, Japan, and the Long Second World War : 1931-1945

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Abstract:We thank Ekman & Co AB and Gadelius Holding Ltd for their kind and generous support, making this research available online for free. Lottaz and Ottosson explore the intricate relationship between neutral Sweden and Imperial Japan during the latter's 15...

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ROZWÓJ PRAWA JAPOŃSKIEGO OD POCZĄTKÓW PAŃSTWOWOŚCI JAPONII DO ROZPOCZĘCIA OKRESU EDO W 1603 R. ZARYS ZAGADNIEŃ.

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Gdanskie Studia Azji Wschodniej. 2021, Issue 20, p118-142. 25p.

Abstract:The article outlines the most important aspects of the Japanese history and legal system until the beginning of Edo period in 1603. The work emphasizes and discusses the essential historical context and its effects on changing the Japanese legal system...

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Lethal Encephalitis in Seals with Japanese Encephalitis Virus Infection, China, 2017.

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Emerging infectious diseases [Emerg Infect Dis] 2019 Aug; Vol. 25 (8), pp. 1539-1542.

Abstract:We isolated Japanese encephalitis virus (JEV) from brain samples of 2 seals with lethal encephalitis at Weihai Aquarium, Weihai, China, in 2017. We confirmed our findings by immunohistochemical staining and electron microscopy. Phylogenetic analysis sh...

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„Fiktion“ und „Wirklichkeit“ in japanischen Literaturtheorien der Jahre 1850 bis 1890

„Fiktion“ und „Wirklichkeit“ in japanischen Literaturtheorien der Jahre 1850 bis 1890

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Abstract:The series Worlds of East Asia of the Swiss Asia Society publishes high-quality research on present-day and historical East Asian cultures and societies covering fields such as history, literature, philosophy, politics and arts, as well as interpretati...

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Narratologie und vormoderne japanische Literatur : Theoretische Grundlagen, Forschungskritik und sprachlich bedingte Charakteristika japanischer Erzähltexte des 10. bis 14. Jahrhunderts

Narratologie und vormoderne japanische Literatur : Theoretische Grundlagen, Forschungskritik und sprachlich bedingte Charakteristika japanischer Erzähltexte des 10. bis 14. Jahrhunderts

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Abstract:Ausgehend von den narratologischen Kategorien Erzählstimme, Perspektive und Distanz nimmt die Monographie zwei Forschungsdesiderate in Angriff: Sie arbeitet grundlegende Besonderheiten japanischer Erzähltexte des 10. bis 14. Jahrhunderts heraus und sch...

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Dr Janan Iswaran 1936-2016.

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Australian veterinary journal [Aust Vet J] 2017 Sep; Vol. 95 (9), pp. 349.

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Cultivating Femininity : Women and Tea Culture in Edo and Meiji Japan

Cultivating Femininity : Women and Tea Culture in Edo and Meiji Japan

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Abstract:The overwhelming majority of tea practitioners in contemporary Japan are women, but there has been little discussion on their historical role in tea culture (chanoyu). In Cultivating Femininity, Rebecca Corbett writes women back into this history and s...

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On Bonshakuji as the Penultimate Buddhist Temple to Protect the State in Early Japanese History.

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Source(s):Religions. Jul2022, Vol. 13 Issue 7, pN.PAG-N.PAG. 23p.

Abstract:During the 740s in Japan, the emperor established Buddhist temples in nearly all the provinces, in which three Buddhist scriptures were chanted to avert natural disasters. Tōdaiji, in the recently constructed capital, was the head temple of a network o...

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Capitol Orchard: Botanical Networks and the Creation of a Japanese 'Neo-Europe'.

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Source(s):American Historical Review. Jun2022, Vol. 127 Issue 2, p573-599. 27p.

Abstract:In the second half of the nineteenth century, the ethnic Japanese (wajin) population of Hokkaido ballooned from roughly sixty thousand residents, primarily living on the island's southern tip, to more than two million people, scattered across the islan...

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