Art of modern asia a bibliography

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Stewart, D.B., The Making of a Modern Japanese Architecture, Kôdansha, 1987

Abe, K., ‘Early Western Architecture in Japan’, Journal of the Society of Architectural History, 13,

1954, 13-18.

Brunton, R. Henry, Building Japan, 1868-1876, Sandgate, Japan Library, 1991.

Coaldrake, W., Architecture and Authority in Japan, London: Routledge, 1996.

Finn, Dallas, Meiji Revisited, Tokyo, Weatherhill, 1995.

Perry, J.L., ‘The architecture of modernization in Meiji Japan’, Japan Quarterly, XXIV, 4, 1977

Watanabe Toshio ‘ Josiah Conder’s Rokumeikan: architecture and national representation in Meiji

Japan’, Art Journal, vol.55, no.3, Fall 1996.

Wendelken, C., ‘The tectonics of Japanese style: architect and carpenter in the later Meiji period’,

Art Journal, vol.55, no.3, Fall 1996.

Nute, Kevin, Frank Lloyd Wright and Japan : the role of traditional Japanese art and architecture in the

work of Frank Lloyd Wright London : Chapman & Hall, 1993

Oshima Tadashi,‘Den’en chofu: building the garden city in Japan’, Journal of the Society of

Architectural Historians, vol.55, no.2, June 1996.

Reynolds, J. M., ‘Japan’s Imperial Diet building: debate over construction of a national identity’, Art

Journal, vol.55, no.3, Fall 1996.

Raymond, Antonin, ‘Notes on Architecture in Japan, Cultural Nippon, IV, July, 1936.

............................., Antonin Raymond: An Autobiography, Tôkyô, Tuttle, 1973.

Taut, Bruno, Fundamentals of Japanese Architecture, 1937.


‘Ando Tadao Special Issue’, The Japan Architect, vol 1, no. 11991, ‘Modern House’ 1996-2; ‘Wave of

Neo Modern’, 1994-2; ‘Kisho Kurokawa’, 1995-2; ‘Arata Isozaki’, 1993-4; ‘Yoshio Taniguchi’,

1996-1, ‘Atsushi Kitagawa’, 1992-4; ‘Maki Fumihiko’, 1994-4; ‘Space in Detail’, 1996-3; ‘Kyoto &

Osaka’, 1993-3; ‘Tokyo’, 1991-3; ‘Shinichi Okawa’, 1997-1;‘Tange Exhibition in Paris’,Architect,

vol. 94, August 1987. ‘Tange wins Praemium Imperiale’, Progressive Sarchitecture, vol.74, August


Adachi Mitsuaki, Kunio Maekawa : sources of modern Japanese architecture, Tokyo : Process

Architecture Publishing Co., 1984.

Altherr, Alfred, Three Japanese architects: Maekawa, Tange, Sakakura, 1968.

Ando, Tadao, ‘From self-enclosed architecture to universality’, The Japan Architect, 301, May 1982.

Ando, Tadao, Tadao Ando : buildings, projects, New York : Rizzoli, 1984.

Banham, R., Suzuki, H., Contemporary Architecture of Japan, Rizzoli/Architectural Press, 1985

Bognar, Botond, Contemporary Japanese Architecture: Its Development and Challenge, Van Nostrand

Reinhold, 1985

Bognar, Botond, Minoru Takeyama, London : Academy Editions, 1995

Bognar, Botond, Togo Murano : master architect of Japan, New York : Rizzoli International Publications,


Boyd, Robin, New Dimensions in Japanese Architecture, NY and London, Studio Vista, 1968.

Brisard, B., ‘Tange Kenzo: A half century of architectural achievements’, Japan Quarterly, XXXI, 2, 3,


Chaslin, F., Kishio Kurokawa: The Architecture of Symbiosis, New York, Rizzoli, 1988

Dal Co, Francesco, Tada Ando: Complete Works London, Phaidon, 1995.

Frampton, Kenneth, Tadao Ando, New York : Museum of Modern Art & H.N. Abrams, 1991.

Frampton, Kenneth, Arata Isozaki, Tokyo : A.D.A. Edita, 1991.

Frampton, Kenneth, Kunio Kudo, Nikken Sekkei : building modern Japan, 1900-1990, New York,

Princeton Architectural Press, 1990.

Fujii, Hiromi, The architecture of Hiromi Fujii, New York : Rizzoli, 1987.

Fujioka, H., ‘The search for "Japanese Architecture" in Modern Ages’, Japan Foundation Newsletter, XV,

3, 1987

Hara Hiroshi, Stewart David B, Hiroshi Hara, Tokyo : A.D.A. Edita, 1993.

Hasegawa, Itsuko, Itsuko Hasegawa, London : Academy Editions, c1993.

Isozaki Arata intro, Zaha M. Hadid; [interview by Alvin Boyarsky], Tokyo : A.D.A. Edita, 1986.

Isozaki Arata, ‘Of City, Nation, Style’ in Miyoshi, Masao ed., Postmodernism and Japan, Durham, Duke

University Press, 1989

………, ‘Theme Park’, South Atlantic Quarterly, vol. 92, no.1, Winter 1993.

………, Barcelona drawings , Barcelona : Gustavo Gili, 1988.

………, Katsura Villa : space and form, New York : Rizzoli, 1987.

………, The island nation, London : Academy Editions, 1996.

Kestenbaum J. ed. Emerging Japanese architects of the 1990s, New York : :Columbia University Press,


Klein, Rudolph, Tadao Ando: Architect between East and West, Budpest, Pont Publishers, 1995.

Kultermann, Udo, Kenzo Tange, Barcelona : Gustavo Gili, 1989.

Kultermann, Udo, Kenzo Tange: Architecture and Urban Design, Zurich and NY, 1970, 1978.

Kultermann, Udo, New Japanese Architecture, Tubingen and NY, 1960, 2nd rev. ed. 1967.

Kurokawa Kishô, Intercultural architecture : the philosophy of symbiosis , London, Academy Editions,

… 1991.

Kisho Kurokawa : from metabolism to symbiosis, London : Academy Editions ; New York, NY : St Martin's Press, 1992.

……….., Kisho Kurokawa : recent works, Tokyo, Process Architecture, 1986.

……….., Kisho Kurokawa : selected and current, Mulgrave, Vic. : Images Publishing, 1995.

……….., Kisho Kurokawa : the architecture of symbiosis, New York : Rizzoli, 1988.

……….., Metabolism in Architecture, London, Studio Vista, 1977

……….., New Wave Japanese Architecture, New York, St. Martin’s Press, 1996.

……….., Rediscovering Japanese Space, Tokyo and New York, Weatherhill, 1988.

Louisiana Museum ed., Japan i dag, Humlebaek, 1995.

Meyhöfer, Dirk, Contemporary Japanese Artchitects, Cologne, Benedikt Taschen, 1994.

Morgan, Ann Lee & Naylor, Colin, eds., Contemporary Architects, Chicago, St.James Press, 1987.

Muhll, H. R. von, Kenzo Tange, Zurich : Verlag fur Architektur Artemis, 1978.

Papadakis, Andreas C. ed. Japanese Architecture, London : Architectural Design, 1992.

Pommer, Richard, ‘The New Architectural Suprematists’, Artforum, October, 1976.

Riani, Paulo, Contemporary Japanese Architecture, Florence, 1969

Ross, M.F., Beyond Metabolism: The New Japanese Architecture, New York, 1978.

Salat, S., with Labbé, F., Fumihiko Maki: An Aesthetic of Fragmentation, New York, Rizzoli, 1988.

Sasaki Hiroshi, Japanese architecture 2 : recent developments, Tokyo : Process Architecture, 1983.

Sasaki Hiroshi, Japanese architecture 1 : recent trends, Tokyo : Process Architecture, 1982

Shinkenchikusha ed., Shinkenchiku detail drawings collection, Tokyo, Shinkenchikusha, 1977

Speidel, Manfred, ed., Japanese Architektur. Geschichte und Gegenwart, Stuttgart, Verlag Gerd Hatje,

1983, DM 39.80 [includes first German-language publication of important texts by Bruno Taut] (rev.

Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, 45:3, September 1986, 315-7).

Stewart David B., Yatsuka Hajime, Arata Isozaki : architecture, Los Angeles : Museum of Contemporary

Art ; New York : Rizzoli, 1991.

Suzuki, H., ‘The "Blown Roof" in Modern Japanese Architecture’, Japan Echo, XIV, 1, 1987

Tanaka Kyokichi, ‘Quest for Tokyo in the Future’, The Japan Architect, vol.63, June 1988.

Tange Kenzo, ‘A plan for Tokyo’, The Japan Architect, vol.62, Nov/Dec 1987.

………..,‘Creatinga contemporary system of aesthetics’, The Japan Architect, vol.65, Janaury 1990.

………..,‘Message of Acceptance’, The Japan Architect, vol.59, September 1984.

………..,‘Recollections’, The Japan Architect, various issues, 1985-1986.

………..,‘The New Tokyo City Hall Complex’, Japan Architect, vol.26, June 1986 & no.5, Winter


Tange Kenzo, & Kawazoe Noboru, Ise: Portotype of Japanese Architecture, Cambrdige, MIT, 1965.

Tempel, Eugen, Neue Japanische Architektur, Stuttgart, 1969

The Japan Architect Special Issues:

Van Wynct, R., ed., International Dictionary of Architects and Architecture, Detroit, St. James Press,


Vorreiter, Gabriele, ‘Special Issue: Japan’, The Architectural Review, 1089, Nov. 1987.

Yatsuka, H., ‘Architecture in the Urban Desert: a critical introduction to Japanese Architecture after

Modernism’, Opposition, 1976.


Chang, Ching-Yu, Japanese spatial conception: a critical analysis of its elements in the culture and

traditions of Japan and its post-war, Ann Arbor,: University Microfilms International, University of

Pennsylvania, Phd Thesis, 1982.

Kobayashi H.,Naito, T., Creative environment : Japanese landscape = Kankyo to S0z0, Tokyo, Process

Architecture, 1985.

Miwa Masahiro, Japanese designers at home and abroad, Tokyo : Process Architecture Pub., 1983.

Nitschke, Gunther, ‘MA, The Japanese Sense of Place’, Architectural Design, 3, 1966

Speidel, Manfred, ‘Anthropological Notes on Architecture, Japanese Places of Pilgrimage’,

Architecture + Urbanism, 12, 1975

Takamura Hideya, Japanese aesthetics in the commercial environment, Tokyo : Process Architecture,


Yagi, Koji, Japan : climate, space, and concept, Tokyo : Process Architecture Publishing Co., 1981.


Sweeney, Robert L., Frank Lloyd Wright; an annotated bibliography, Losa Angeles, Hennesy & Ingalls, 1978.

Vance Bibliographies, PO Box 229, Monticello, Illinois 61856:

(Architects listed with surname second)

A103 Oct. 1979, Arata Isozaki, A336 Sep. 1980 Masato Otaka,

A302 Aug. 1980 Kiyoshi Seike, A124 Nov. 1979 Kunio Maekawa,

A125 Nov. 1979 Togo Murano, A104 Oct 1979 Shizutaro Abe,

A340 Oct. 1980 Takeo Satow (Sato), A335 Sep. 1980 Isoya Yoshida,

A835 Oct. 1982 Minoru Takeyama, A474 Apr. 1981 The Gardens of Japan,

A1070 Oct. 1983 Japanese Exposition Architecture, A703 Apr. 1982 Kazuo Shinohara, A1188 Jun. 1988

Contemporary Japanese Domestic Architecture,

A1085 Nov. 1983 An Architectural Guide to Tokyo, A753 Jun. 1982 Shinichi Okada, A1447 Jan. 1978 Architectural Planning and Landscape Architecture in Japan, A65 Aug. 1979 Kisho Noriaki Kurokawa, A1122 Jan. 1984 Fumihiko Maki.


Lummis, C.D., ‘Introduction, Japanese critiques of technological Society", Journal of Social and

Political Theory, 8, 3, Fall 1984.

Matthew, Robert, Japanese science fiction : a view of a changing society , London ; New York :

Routledge ; [Oxford, England] : Nissan Institute of Japanese Studies, University of Oxford, 1989

McCormack, G., ‘Manchukuo: Constructing the past’, East Asian History, 2, December 1991.

Morris-Suzuki, T., ‘Concepts of nature and technology in Pre-Industrial Japan’, East Asian History, 1,

June 1991.

Schodt, F.L., Inside the Robot kingdom: Japan, mechatronics, and the coming robotopia, Tokyo,

Kodansha International, 1988.

‘Technology in Modern Japan’, Special Issue, Japanese Studies, 13, 2, September 1993, includes

Low, M., ‘The birth of Godzilla: Nuclear fear and the ideology of Japan as victim'.


Bellah, R., Beyond Belief: Essays on Religion in a Post-Traditional World, Harper and Row,


Blacker, C., The Japanese Enlightenment: A Study of the Writings of Fukuzawa Yukichi,

Cambridge UP, 1964

Bowring, R.J., Mori Ogai and the Modernization of Japanese Culture, Cambridge UP, 1979

Braisted, W.R., tr. Meiroku Zasshi: Journal of the Japanese Enlightenment, Harvard UP, 1976

Dale, P.N., The Myth of Japanese Uniqueness, Croom Helm, 1986, (rev.: Mulhern, C.L.,

Japan Quarterly, XXXIV, 3, 1987), rev. ed. Routledge, 1995.

Doi, T., The Anatomy of Dependence, Tokyo, Kôdansha, 1973

............, The Psychological World of Natsume Soseki, Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 1981

Fukuzawa, Yukichi, tr. Kiyooka, E., The Autobiography of Fukuzawa Yukuchi, Columbia UP,


Gluck, C., Japan's Modern Myths: Ideology in the Late Meiji Period, Princeton UP, 1985 (rev.:

Brown, S.D., Monumenta Nipponica, 41, 1, 1986)

Hamaguchi, E., ‘A Contextual Model of the Japanese...’, Journal of Japanese Studies, 11, 2, 1


............, ‘Towards a theoretical dialogue between Asia and the West’, Japan Foundation

Newsletter, XIV, 4, 1987.

Hsu, F.L.K., Iemoto: The Heart of Japan, New York, Halsted Press, 1975

‘The Japanese: Portrait of Change’, Special Issue, Japan Echo, XV, 1988

Irokawa, D., tr. Jansen, M.B., The Culture of the Meiji Period, Princeton UP, 1985

(rev.:Marshall, B.K., Monumenta Nipponica, 41, 1, 1986. Waswo, A., Journal of Japanese

Studies, 13, 1, 1987)

Kamishima, J., ‘Modernization of Japan and the Problem of "IE" Conciousness’, Acta Asiatica,

13, 1967

Kasza, Gergory J., The State and Mass Meida in Japan, 1918-1945, Berkeley, University of

California Press, 1988.

Koschmann, V., Revolution and Subjectivity in Post-War Japan, 1996.

Kuwabara Takeo, Japan and Western Civilization, Tôkyô, Uinversity of Tôkyô Press, 1983.

Minami, H., The Psychology of the Japanese People, U Toronto P, 1971

Mitchell, R.H., Thought Control in Pre-War Japan, Cornell UP, 1976

.............., Censorship in Imperial Japan, Princeton UP, 1983

Miyoshi, Masao ed., Postmodernism and Japan, Durham, Duke University Press, 1989 [except

for two additions by Isozaki Arata and Oe Kenzaburô, the content is largely the same as the

Special Issue of The South Atlantic Quarterly, vol.87, no.3, Summer 1988].

Miyoshi, Masao & Harootunian, H.D., eds., Japan in the World, Durham, Duke University

Press, 1993.

Najita,T., Harootunian,H.D., ‘Japanese revolt against the West: political and cultural criticism in

the twentieth century’, in The Cambridge History of Japan, vol.6, The Twentieth Century,

Cambridge University Press, 1988.

Pyle, K.B., The New Generation in Meiji Japan: problems of cultural identity 1885-1895,

Stanford UP, 1969

Rimer, J. Thomas, ed., Culture and Identity: Japanese Intellectuals during the Interwar years,

Princeton, Princeton University Press, 1990.

Roden, D., Schooldays in Imperial Japan: a study in the culture of a student elite, Berkeley, University of

California Press, 1980

Rubin, J., Injurious to Public Morals: Writers and the Meiji State, U Washington P, 1984

............, ‘From Wholesomeness to Decadence: The Censorship of Literature under the Allied

Occupation’, Journal of Japanese Studies, 11, 1, Winter 1985.

Shillony, Ben-Ami, Politics and Culture in Wartime Japan, Oxford, The Clarendon Press, 1981.

Shively, Donald, ed., Tradition and Modernization in Japanese Culture, Princeton, Princeton University

Press, 1971.

Silverberg, M, ‘Modern Girl as Militant’, in Berstein, Gail Lee, ed. Recreating Japanese Women,

1600-1945, Berkeley, University of California Press, 1991.

....................., ‘Constructing a new cultural history of pre-war Japan’, in Miyoshi Masao &

Harootunian, H.D. eds., Japan in the World, Durham, Duke University Press, 1993

Sugimoto, Y., Arnanson, J.P., Japanese Encounters with Postmodernity, London: KPI, 1995.

Tanaka, T., ‘The Acceptance of Western Civilization in Japan (Meiji Period)’, East Asian

Cultural Studies, VI, March 1967

Toyama, S., ‘Reformers of the Meiji Restoration and the Birth of Modern Intellectuals’, Acta

Asiatica, 13, 1967

Tsurumi, S., An Intellectual History of Wartime Japan, Kegan Paul International, 1986.

............, A Cultural History of Post-War Japan, 1945-1980, Kegan Paul International, 1987.

Yanagita, K., tr Morse, R.S., The Legends of Tono, Japan Foundation, 1975

............, About our Ancestors: The Japanese Family System, UNESCO, Japanese Ministry of

Education, 1970.


Kuki Shûzô, Le problème de la contingence, [tr. Omodaka Hisayuki], Tôkyô, University of Tokyo

Press, 1963.

Kuki Shûzô [tr. Maeno Toshiyuki], Structure de l’Iki, Tôkyô, Maison Franco-Japonaise, 1984.

Kuki Shûzô, Observations on Japanese Taste: The Structure of ‘Iki’ [tr. Clark, J.; ed. Matsui Sakuko &

Clark, J.], Sydney, Power Publications, 1996.

Also on on Kuki and his times:

Clark, J., ‘The Structure of ‘Iki’ by Kuki Shûzô’, Asian Culture Quarterly, vol. XII, no.1, Spring 1984.

Dale, Peter N., The Myth of Japanese Uniqueness, London, Croom Helm, 1986 & London, Routledge \


Heidegger, Martin, ‘A Dialogue on Language’ in his On the Way to Language,[translated by Peter D.

Hertz], New York, Harper and Row, 1971.

Hosoi Atsuko & Pigeot, Jacqueline, ‘La structure d’iki’, Critique, 29, no.308, January, 1973.

Kuno Akira, ‘L’esthétique de Shûzô Kuki’ in Tamba Akira, ed., L’Esthétique contemporaine du Japon,

Paris, CNRS Editons, 1997.

Light, Stephen, Shûzô Kuki and Jean-Paul Sartre: Influence and Counter-Influence in the Early History

of Existential Phenomenology, Carbondale, South Illinois University Press, 1987.

Nakano Hajimu, ‘Kuki Shûzô and The Structure of Iki’ in Rimer, J. Thomas, ed., Culture and Identity: Japanese Intellectuals during the Interwar Years, Princeton, Princeton University Press, 1990.

Nomura Masaichi, ‘Sulla struttura dell’ “iki” di Kuki Shûzô e il sistema del gusto estetico giapponese’ in

Gururajamanjarika: Studi in Onore di Giuseppe Tucci, Napoli, 1974.

Pincus, Leslie, ‘In a Labyrinth of Western Desire: Kuki Shuzo and the discovery of Japanese being’, in

Miyoshi Masao & Harootunian, H.D. eds., Japan in the World, Durham, Duke University Press,


Pincus, Leslie, Authenticating Culture in Imperial Japan: Kuki Shûzô and the Rise of National Aesthetics,

Berkeley, University of California Press, 1996 [review by Clark, J. Australian Journal of Art, 1997].

Piovesana, G., Recent Japanese Phliosophical Thought, rev. ed., Tôkyô, Enderle, 1973.

Nishida Kitarô, An Inquiry into the good, [tr. Abe Masao, Ives, C.], New Haven, Yale University

Press, 1990.

......................, Über das Gute, [tr. Pörtner, Peter] Hamburg, Gesellschaft für Natur und

Völkerkunde Ostasiens, 1990.

On Nishida see:

Adams, Robert, The feasibility of the philosophical in early Taishô Japan, PhD dissertation, University

of Chicago, 1991.

Feenberg, A., Arisaka Yoko, ‘Experiential ontology: The originsof the Nishida philosophy in the

doctrine of pure experience’, International Philosophical Quarterly, vol.30, no.2, (June 1990), 173-

Tanizaki Junichirô, In Praise of Shadows, [tr. Harper, T.J.. & Seidensticker, Edward G.], New Haven,

Leete’s Island Books, 1977.

Watsuji Tetsurô, A Climate, [tr.Bownas, G.], Tôkyô, Japanese Government Printing Bureau, about 1961.

........................,‘The significance of ethics as the study of man’, [tr. Dilworth David, A.], Monumenta Nipponica, vol. 24, no.4, (1971) 395-413.

On Watsuji see:

Befu Harumi, ‘Watsuji Tetsurô’s Ecological Approach : its philosophical foundation’, in Kalland, A. &

Asquith, Pamela J., Japanese Images of nature: Cultural Perspectives, London, Curzon Press, ‘1997.

Bellah, Robert N., ‘ Japan’s cultural identity: some reflections on the work of Watsuji Tetsurô’,

Journal of Asian Studies, vol.24, no.4, (August 1965), 573-94.

La Fleur, William A., ‘A turning in Taishô: Asia and Europe in the early writings of Watsuji Tetsurô’, in

Rimer, J. Thomas, ed., Culture and Identity: Japanese Intellectuals during the Interwar Years,

Princeton, Princeton University Press, 1990.

Sakai Naoki, ‘Return to the West / Return to the West: Watsuji Tetsurô’s anthropology and discussions

of authenticity’, in Miyoshi Masao & Harootunian, H.D. eds., Japan in the World, Durham, Duke

University Press, 1993

Austin, L., Japan: The Paradox of Progress, New Haven, Yale University Press, 1976

Barshay, Andrew, State and Intellectual in Imperial Japan: The public man in crisis, Berkeley, University

of California Press, 1988.

Berger, Gordon Mark, Parties Out of Power in Japan, 1931-1941, Princeton,

Princeton University Press, 1977.

Burks, A.W., ed. The Modernizers, Westview, 1985

Crowley, James B., ed., Dilemmas of growth in pre-war Japan, Princeton, Princeton University Press,


Duus, Peter, Party Rivalry and Political Change in Taishô Japan, Cambridge, Harvard

University Press, 1968.

.............., Scheiner, Irwin, ‘ Socialism, Liberalism, and Marxism, 1901-1931’, in Duus,

Peter, ed., The Cambridge History of Japan, vol.6, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1988.

..............,The Rise of Modern Japan, Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1976.

Garon, S., Molding Japanese Minds: The State of Everyday Life, Princeton: Princeton University

Press, 1997.

Gordon, Andrew, Labor and Imperial Democracy in Prewar Japan, Berkeley,

University of California Press, 1991.

Halliday, Jon, A Political History of Japanese Capitalism, New York, Pantheon, 1975.

Hane, M., Peasants, Rebels and Outcasts: The Underside of Modern Japan, Pantheon, 1982.

Hoston, G., Marxism and the crisis of development in prewar Japan, Princeton, Princeton

University Press, 1986.

Jones, H.J., Live Machines, Vancouver, University of British Columbia / Croydon, Paul Norbury,


Koschmann, J.V. ed. Authority and the Individual in Japan, Tôkyô, University of Tôkyô Press,


Mackie, Vera, ‘Liberation and light: the language of opposition in Imperial Japan’, East Asian History,

no.9, June 1995.

Mitchell, R.H., Thought Control in Prewar Japan, Itahca, Cornell University Press, 1976.

Myers, R.H. & Peattie, M.R., The Japanese Colonial Empire, 1895-1945, Princeton, Princeton

University Press, 1984.

Najita Tetsuo, Hara Kei in the Politics of Compromise, 1905-1915, Cambridge, Harvard University

Press, 1967.

Najita Tetsuo, ‘Japan’s Industrial Revolution in Historical Perspective’, in Miyoshi Masao &

Harootunian, H.D. eds., Japan in the World, Durham, Duke University Press, 1993.

Nolte, Sharon H., Liberalism in Modern Japan: Ishibashi Tanzan and His

Teachers, 1905-1960, Berkeley, University of California Press, 1987.

Notehelfer, F.G., Kotoku Shusui: Portrait of a Japanese Radical, Cambridge UP, 1971.

Silberman, Bernard S. & Harootunian, Harry D., eds, Japan in Crisis: Essays in Taishô Democracy,

Princeton, Princeton University Press, 1974.

Smethurst, Richard J., A Social Basis of Japanese Militarism: The Army and the Rural Community,

Berkeley, University of California Press, 1974.

Tanaka, Stefan, Japan’s Orient: Rendering Pasts into History, Berkeley, University of California

Press, 1993.

Umetani, N., The Role of Foreign Employees in the Meiji Era in Japan, Tokyo, Institute for the

Developing Economies, 1971.

Yoshioka Hiroshi, ‘Samurai and self-colonization in Japan’, in Pieterse, J.N. & Parekh, B. Eds., The

decolonization of the imagination, London: Zed Books, 1995.

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