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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Public spheres, private lives in modern Japan, 1600-1950.
Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Asia Center : Distributed by Harvard University Press, 2005
|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Albert M Craig; Gail Lee Bernstein; Andrew Gordon; Kate Wildman Nakai
|Description:||xii, 400 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Conventional Knowledge in early modern Japan / Mary Elizabeth Berry --
Local autonomy in early Meiji Japan: competing conceptions / Kyu Hyun Kim --
Tanaka Sh*z*'s vision of an alternative constitutional modernity for Japan / Timothy S. George --
A land of milk and honey: rural revitalization in the 1930s / Kerry Smith --
Chisui: creating a sacred domain in early modern and modern Japan / Patricia Sippel --
Taming the iron horse: western locomotive makers and technology transfer in Japan, 1870-1914 / Steven J. Ericson --
Women's rights and the Japanese state, 1880-1925 / Barbara Molony --
Men's place in the women's kingdom: new middle-class fatherhood in Taishō Japan / Harald Fuess --
Social networks among the daughters of a Japanese family / Gail Lee Bernstein --
Rethinking Japanese-Chinese cultural relations in the 1930s / See Heng Teow --
Mocking misery: grass-roots satire in defeated Japan / John W. Dower.
|Series Title:||Harvard East Asian monographs, 238.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Gail Lee Bernstein, Andrew Gordon, and Kate Wildman Nakai.|