1. Additional Readings for Written Assignment 10 items
    1. Seppuku - Andrew Rankin 2011

      Book 

    2. Recreating Japanese women, 1600-1945 1991

      Book 

  2. Semester 1 0 items
  3. Week 1: Introduction 1 item
    1. A concise history of Japan - Brett L.Walker 2015

      Book Core Read Pages 1-9 (Essential)

  4. Week 1: Introduction : Seminar Reading 1 item
    1. Voices of early modern Japan: contemporary accounts of daily life during the age of the Shoguns - Constantine Vaporis, ProQuest (Firm) 2012 (electronic resource)

      Book Core Read: 'Evaluating and Interpreting Primary Documents' (pages xxxii-xliv) (Essential)

  5. Week 2: Prehistory - Jomon and Yayoi: Required Reading 1 item
    1. A concise history of Japan - Brett L.Walker 2015

      Book Core Read pages 10-20. (Essential)

  6. Week 3: Emergence of Japanese state: Seminar Reading 2 items
    1. Sources of Japanese Tradition : Volume 1 : From earliest times to 1600 | ebook - William Theodore De Bary, Yoshiko Kurata Dykstra, William Bodiford, Jurgis Elisonas 2001 (electronic resource)

      Book Core Read “The Earliest Records of Japan” page 3-13. (Essential)

    2. Sources of Japanese Tradition : Volume 1 : From earliest times to 1600 | digital access to extract pp3-13 - William Theodore De Bary, Yoshiko Kurata Dykstra, William Bodiford, Jurgis Elisonas 2001

      Book Core Read digitised extract “The Earliest Records of Japan” page 3-13. (Essential)

  7. Week 3: Emergence of Japanese state: Additional Readings 5 items
    1. Multicultural Japan : palaeolithic to postmodern / edited by Donald Denoon ... [et al.] ; with an introduction by Gavan McCormack 2001

      Book Further Read Amino Yoshihiko "Emperor, Race Commoners" (page 235-245).

    2. Himiko and Japan's elusive chiefdom of Yamatai: archaeology, history, and mythology - J. Edward Kidder, ProQuest (Firm) c2007 (electronic resource)

      Book Further

    3. The Kofun period and state formation - Hiroshi TSUDE Nov 1992

      Article Further Digitised article: 1992 v63 pp64-86

  8. Week 4: Learning from China: Required Reading 1 item
    1. A concise history of Japan - Brett L.Walker 2015

      Book Core Read pages 20-26.

  9. Week 4: Learning from China: Seminar Reading 4 items
    1. Sources of Japanese Tradition : Volume 1 : From earliest times to 1600 - William Theodore De Bary, Yoshiko Kurata Dykstra, William Bodiford, Jurgis Elisonas 2001

      Book Core Read: “Prince Shōtoku and his Constitution”, pp. 40-42 & 50-55 (digitised extract) (Essential)

    2. Sources of Japanese Tradition : Volume 1 : From earliest times to 1600 | ebook - William Theodore De Bary, Yoshiko Kurata Dykstra, William Bodiford, Jurgis Elisonas 2001 (electronic resource)

      Book Core Read: “Prince Shōtoku and his Constitution”, pp. 40-42 & 50-55

    3. Japan: a documentary history - David John Lu 2016

      Book Core Read: “The Taika Reforms,” (pages 26-29) (Essential)

  10. Week 5: Student Reflection Week 0 items
  11. Week 6: Myths as History - Amaterasu-ōmikami : Required Reading 1 item
    1. Political thought in Japanese historical writing: from Kojiki (710) to Tokushi Yoron (1712) (Essential) - John S. Brownlee, ProQuest (Firm) c1991 (electronic resource)

      Book Core Read pages 8-33

  12. Week 6: Myths as History - Amaterasu-ōmikami : Seminar Reading 1 item
    “The Dawn of Japanese History,” pp.3-11
    1. Japan: a documentary history (Essential) - David John Lu 2016

      Book Core Read: “The Dawn of Japanese History,” (pages 3-11)

  13. Week 6: Myths as History - Amaterasu-ōmikami : Additional Reading 2 items
    1. Inventing the classics : modernity, national identity, and Japanese literature / edited by Haruo Shirane and Tomi Suzuki 2000

      Book Further Read: Kōnoshi T., “Constructing Imperial Mythology: Kojiki and Nihon Shoki” pages 51-67.

    2. Incest and Rebirth in Kojiki - Fuminobu Murakami 24/1988

      Article Further

  14. Week 7: Introduction of Buddhism: Required Reading 2 items
    1. Sources of Japanese Tradition : Volume 1 : From earliest times to 1600 - William Theodore De Bary, Yoshiko Kurata Dykstra, William Bodiford, Jurgis Elisonas 2001

      Book Core Read digitised extract: “Nara Buddhism”, Vol.1 pp. 100-106 (Essential)

    2. Sources of Japanese Tradition : Volume 1 : From earliest times to 1600 | ebook - William Theodore De Bary, Yoshiko Kurata Dykstra, William Bodiford, Jurgis Elisonas 2001 (electronic resource)

      Book Core Read: “Nara Buddhism”, pp. 100-106

  15. Week 7: Introduction of Buddhism: Seminar Reading 4 items
    1. Sources of Japanese Tradition : Volume 1 : From earliest times to 1600 | ebook - William Theodore De Bary, Yoshiko Kurata Dykstra, William Bodiford, Jurgis Elisonas 2001 (electronic resource)

      Book Core Read: “The Protection of the Country by the Four Deva Kings”, pp. 107-108; “State Sponsorship and Control of Buddhism,” pp.111-115; “The Merger of Buddhist and Shinto Dieties,” pp. 120-121: see also digitised extracts below for instant access (Essential)

    2. Sources of Japanese Tradition : Volume 1 : From earliest times to 1600 - William Theodore De Bary, Yoshiko Kurata Dykstra, William Bodiford, Jurgis Elisonas 2001

      Book Core Read digitised pages: “The Protection of the Country by the Four Deva Kings”, pp.107-108 [ebook] /pp98-99 on digitised extract.

    3. Sources of Japanese tradition: Volume 1: From earliest times to 1600 - Wm. Theodore De Bary, William Bodiford, Yoshiko Kurata Dykstra 2001

      Book Core Read digitised extract “State Sponsorship and Control of Buddhism,” pp.111-115;

    4. Sources of Japanese tradition: Volume 1: From earliest times to 1600 - Wm. Theodore De Bary, William Bodiford, Yoshiko Kurata Dykstra 2001

      Book Core Read digitised extract “The Merger of Buddhist and Shinto Dieties,” pp. 120-121

  16. Week 7: Introduction of Buddhism: Additional Reading 2 items
    1. Architecture and authority in Japan - William H. Coaldrake 1996

      Book Further Read: “Great Halls of Religion and State: Architecture and the Creation of the Nara Imperial Order,” pp. 52-81

    2. Architecture and authority in Japan - William Howard Coaldrake, ProQuest (Firm) 1996 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Read: “Great Halls of Religion and State: Architecture and the Creation of the Nara Imperial Order,” pp. 52-81

  17. Week 8: Heian - the Courtly Age : Required Reading 1 item
    1. A concise history of Japan - Brett L.Walker 2015

      Book Core Read pages 26-43 (Essential)

  18. Week 8: Heian - the Courtly Age : Seminar Reading 2 items
    1. Japan emerging: premodern history to 1850 - Karl F. Friday c2012 (electronic resource)

      Book Core Read; Adolphson, Mikael, S,“Oligarchy, Shared Rulership, and Power Blocs,” (pages 122-134). (Essential)

    2. Japan emerging: premodern history to 1850 - Karl F. Friday c2012

      Book Core Read; Adolphson, Mikael, S,“Oligarchy, Shared Rulership, and Power Blocs,” (pages 122-134). (Essential)

  19. Week 8: Heian - the Courtly Age : Additional Reading 2 items
    1. The world of the shining prince: court life in ancient Japan - Ivan I. Morris 2013

      Book Further Read: Morris, Ivan, “Politics and Society,” pp.41-88.

    2. The Cambridge history of Japan: Vol.2: Heian Japan - William H. McCullough, Donald H. Shively 1999

      Book Further Read: McCullough, William, H, “The Heian Court, 794-1070,” pp.20-96

  20. Week 9: Heian Court, Gender and Literature: Seminar Reading 2 items
    1. Anthology of Japanese literature from the earliest era to the mid-nineteenth century - Donald Keene 1955

      Book Core Read digitised extract “The Mother of Michitsuna, ‘Kagerō nikki” pp. 97-105 (Essential)

    2. The pillow book of Sei Shōnagon - Ivan Morris, Sei Shonagon 1971

      Book Core Read digitised extract pp. 207-218 & pp.354-357 (Essential)

  21. Week 9: Heian Court, Gender and Literature: Additional Readings 4 items
  22. Week 10: Heian Court, Gender and Aesthetics : Lecture Reading 2 items
    1. Sources of Japanese Tradition : Volume 1 : From earliest times to 1600 - William Theodore De Bary, Yoshiko Kurata Dykstra, William Bodiford, Jurgis Elisonas 2001

      Book Core Read Digitised extract: “The Vocabulary of Japanese Aesthetics,” pp.197-202 (Essential)

    2. Sources of Japanese Tradition : Volume 1 : From earliest times to 1600 | ebook - William Theodore De Bary, Yoshiko Kurata Dykstra, William Bodiford, Jurgis Elisonas 2001 (electronic resource)

      Book Core Read: “The Vocabulary of Japanese Aesthetics,” pp.197-202 (Essential)

  23. Week 10: Heian Court, Gender and Aesthetics : Seminar Reading 1 item
    1. The tale of Genji: Vol.1 - Edward George Seidensticher, Murasaki Shikibu c1976

      Book Core Read digitised extract: “Evening Faces,” pp.57-83 (Essential)

  24. Week 10: Heian Court, Gender and Aesthetics : Additional Reading 4 items
    1. Murasaki Shikibu: the Tale of Genji - Richard John Bowring, ProQuest (Firm) 2004 (electronic resource)

      Book Further

    2. The splendor of longing in the Tale of Genji - Norma Field 1987

      Book Further

  25. Week 11: Kamakura Bakufu: Beginning of warrior rule : Required Reading 1 item
    1. A concise history of Japan - Brett L.Walker 2015

      Book Core Read pp. 44-66.(Essential)

  26. Week 11: Kamakura Bakufu: Beginning of warrior rule : Seminar Reading 1 item
    1. The taming of the samurai: honorific individualism and the making of modern Japan - Eiko Ikegami c1995

      Book Core Read digitised chapter 3: Ikegami, Eiko, “Vassalage and Honor,” pp. 78-94 (Essential)

  27. Week 11: Kamakura Bakufu: Beginning of warrior rule : Additional Reading 3 items
    1. Japan emerging: premodern history to 1850 - Karl F. Friday, ProQuest (Firm) c2012 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Read; Friday, Karl F., “The Dawn of the Samurai,” pp. 178-188

    2. Japan emerging: premodern history to 1850 - Karl F. Friday, ProQuest (Firm) c2012 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Read; Goble, Andrew, E., “The Kamakura Shogunate and the Beginnings of Warrior Power,” pp. 189-199

    3. The World Turned Upside Down : Medieval Japanese Society - Pierre Francois Souyri 2003

      Book Further

  28. Week 12: The Medieval Age: Despair, Deliverance and Destiny : Lecture Reading 2 items
    1. Sources of Japanese Tradition : Volume 1 : From earliest times to 1600 - William Theodore De Bary, Yoshiko Kurata Dykstra, William Bodiford, Jurgis Elisonas 2001

      Book Core Read digitised extract: “The Medieval Age: Despair, Deliverance and Destiny,” pp. 205-210 (Essential)

    2. Sources of Japanese Tradition : Volume 1 : From earliest times to 1600 | ebook - William Theodore De Bary, Yoshiko Kurata Dykstra, William Bodiford, Jurgis Elisonas 2001 (electronic resource)

      Book Core Read: “The Medieval Age: Despair, Deliverance and Destiny,” pp. 205-210 (Essential)

  29. Week 12: The Medieval Age: Despair, Deliverance and Destiny : Seminar Reading 3 items
    1. Sources of Japanese Tradition : Volume 1 : From earliest times to 1600 | ebook (Essential) - William Theodore De Bary, Yoshiko Kurata Dykstra, William Bodiford, Jurgis Elisonas 2001 (electronic resource)

      Book Core Read: “The Tale of the Heike”, pp. 276-280 in Chapter 12: The Way of the Warrior, available online

    2. Sources of Japanese Tradition : Volume 1 : From earliest times to 1600 - William Theodore De Bary, Yoshiko Kurata Dykstra, William Bodiford, Jurgis Elisonas 2001

      Book Core Read: “The Tale of the Heike”, pp. 276-280 in Chapter 12: The Way of the Warrior

    3. Traditional Japanese literature : an anthology, beginnings to 1600 / edited by Haruo Shirane c2012

      Book Core Read digitised extract: Kamo no Chōmei, An Account of a Ten-Foot-Square Hut (Hōjōki), available via Online link [pp.312-324 in edition digitised, possibly pp.624-634 in UCLan copy] (Essential)

  30. Week 12: The Medieval Age: Despair, Deliverance and Destiny : Additional Reading 3 items
    1. Reading Kamo no Chomei - Thomas Blenman Hare 06/1989

      Article Further

    2. Warriors of Japan as portrayed in the war tales - H. Paul Varley 1994

      Book Further

  31. Week 13: Revision and Assignment Q & A 0 items
  32. Semester 2 0 items
  33. Week 1: Medieval Japan and Warring States : Required Reading 1 item
    1. A concise history of Japan / Brett Walker - 1967- author Walker, Brett L. 2015

      Book Core pp, 66-82 (Essential)

  34. Week 1: Medieval Japan and Warring States : Seminar Reading 1 item
    1. Japan emerging: premodern history to 1850 - Karl F. Friday, ProQuest (Firm) c2012 (electronic resource)

      Book Core Read David Earson, “Warriors, Warlords, and Domains” pp. 233-242. (Essential)

  35. Week 2 : Unification of Japan- The Tokugawa Period : Required Reading 1 item
    1. A concise history of Japan / Brett Walker - 1967- author Walker, Brett L. 2015

      Book Core pp, 124-142. (Essential)

  36. Week 2 : Unification of Japan- The Tokugawa Period : Seminar Reading 2 items
    1. Voices of early modern Japan : contemporary accounts of daily life during the age of the Shoguns / Constantine N. Vaporis - 1957- Vaporis, Constantine Nomikos 2014], ©2014

      Book Core pp. 68-73 & 79-88. (Essential)

    2. Voices of early modern Japan: contemporary accounts of daily life during the age of the Shoguns - Constantine Vaporis 2012 (electronic resource)

      Book Core Read Forging Political Order: "Laws for the Military Houses," pp. 68-73 & Weapons Control in Society, pp.79-88. Please note that pagination may be different for ebook.

  37. Week 3 : Feb. Kabuki : Lecture Reading 2 items
    1. 18th century Japan: culture and society - C. Andrew Gerstle 2000

      Book Core Read Gerstle, Andrew, C., “Flowers of Edo: Kabuki and its patrons,” pp. 33-50. (Essential)

    2. 18th century Japan: culture and society - C. Andrew Gerstle 2000 (electronic resource)

      Book Core Read Gerstle, Andrew, C., “Flowers of Edo: Kabuki and its patrons,” pp. 33-50. (Essential)

  38. Week 3 : Feb. Kabuki : Seminar Reading 1 item
    1. Bakufu Versus Kabuki - Donald H. Shively 12/1955

      Article  (Essential)

  39. Week 4: Ukiyo, the “floating world” : Lecture Reading 2 items
    1. The chrysanthemum and the fish: Japanese humor since the age of the Shoguns - Howard Hibbett 2002

      Book Core Read digitised chapter 2: pp43-86 Hibbett, H. (2002), “The Floating World of Saikaku,” (Essential)

  40. Week 4: Ukiyo, the “floating world” : Seminar Reading 1 item
  41. Week 4: Ukiyo, the “floating world” : Further Reading 6 items
    1. Saikaku as a Realist - Howard S. Hibbett 12/1952

      Article Further

    2. The Floating World in Japanese Fiction - Howard Hibbett April 2002 (Paperback)

      Book Further

    3. Values, Identity, and Equality in Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Japan 2015

      Book Further : Read pp 205-239 Kojima, Y. (2015), “Laughter connects the sacred and the sexual: the blossoming of parody in Edo culture

    4. Saikaku and the Narrative Turnabout - Jeffrey Johnson 22/2001

      Article Further

    5. Edo culture: daily life and diversions in urban Japan, 1600-1868 - Matsunosuke Nishiyama, Gerald Groemer 1997

      Book Further

    6. Edo Culture: daily life and diversions in urban Japan, 1600-1868 - Matsunosuke Nishiyama, Gerald Groemer, ProQuest (Firm) 1997 (electronic resource)

      Book Further

  42. Week 5: Student Reflection week 0 items
  43. Week 6: Shunga and Tokugawa Japan : Lecture Reading 3 items
    1. Sex and the floating world: erotic images in Japan, 1700-1820 - Timon Screech 1999

      Book Core pp. 13-35 (Essential)

    2. Rethinking "Shunga": The Interpretation of Sexual Imagery of the Edo Period - Paul Berry 2004

      Article Core Read digitised article pp7-22: Berry, Paul "Rethinking Shunga: The Interpretation of Sexual Imagery of the Edo Period" (Essential)

  44. Week 6: Shunga and Tokugawa Japan : Seminar Reading 1 item
  45. Week 7: Family, gender and sex in Tokugawa Japan : Lecture reading 1 item
    1. Japan emerging: premodern history to 1850 - Karl F. Friday, ProQuest (Firm) c2012 (electronic resource)

      Book Core Read pp 402-4012 Gainty, Denis (2012), “Family, gender, and sex in early modern Japan”(Essential)

  46. Week 7: Family, gender and sex in Tokugawa Japan : Seminar Reading 2 items
    1. Sources of Japanese tradition: Volume 2: 1600 to 2000 | Digitised extract - Wm. Theodore de Bary, Carol Gluck, Arthur E. Tiedemann, Andrew Barshay 2005 (electronic resource)

      Book  Read digitised pp 261-268 Kaibara Ekken [1773], “The Great Learning for Women (Onna Daigaku) available via Online link. (Essential)

    2. Sources of Japanese tradition: Volume 2: 1600 to 2000 | ebook - Wm. Theodore de Bary, Carol Gluck, Arthur E. Tiedemann, Andrew Barshay 2005 (electronic resource)

      Book  Read pp 261-268 Kaibara Ekken [1773], “The Great Learning for Women (Onna Daigaku) available via ebook here AND via digitised extract available via Online link above. (Essential)

  47. Week 7: Family, gender and sex in Tokugawa Japan : Further Reading 5 items
    1. Women and Confucian cultures in premodern China, Korea, and Japan - Dorothy Ko, JaHyun Kim Haboush, Joan R. Piggott, ProQuest (Firm) c2003 (electronic resource)

      Book Core Read Tocco, Martha C. (2003), “Norms and Text for Women’s Education in Tokugawa Japan,”

    2. Women and Confucian cultures in premodern China, Korea, and Japan - Dorothy Ko, JaHyun Kim Haboush, Joan R. Piggott c2003

      Book Core

  48. Week 8: The Rise of Imperial Nationalism: Required Reading 1 item
    1. A concise history of Japan / Brett Walker - 1967- author Walker, Brett L. 2015

      Book Core pp. 143-158. (Essential)

  49. Week 8: The Rise of Imperial Nationalism: Seminar Reading 1 item
    1. Readings in Tokugawa Thought - Najita Tetsuo 1998

      Book Core Select the title from the list and this should automatically download. Read chapter: Watanabe Kazan, “On a Serious Matter”, pp. 187-96 (Essential)

  50. Week 8: The Rise of Imperial Nationalism: Further Reading 4 items
    1. Japan: the intellectual foundations of modern Japanese politics - Tetsuo Najita 1974

      Book Further

    2. The Mito ideology - J. Victor Koschmann 1987

      Book Further

  51. Week 9: Towards Restoration : Lecture Reading 1 item
    1. Bushi and the Meiji Restoration - Masahide Bitô

      Article Core Read digitised article: BITŌ Masahide "Bushi and the Meiji Restoration" pp78-96 (Essential)

  52. Week 9: Towards Restoration : Seminar Reading 3 items
    1. Sources of Japanese tradition: Volume 2: 1600 to 2000 | Digitised extract - Wm. Theodore de Bary, Carol Gluck, Arthur E. Tiedemann, Andrew Barshay 2005 (electronic resource)

      Book  Read Digitised extract pp651-657 Yoshida Shōin, “Death-Defying Heroism,” available via Online link.

    2. Sources of Japanese tradition: Volume 2: 1600 to 2000 | Digitised extract - Wm. Theodore de Bary, Carol Gluck, Arthur E. Tiedemann, Andrew Barshay 2005 (electronic resource)

      Book  Read digitised extract pp 661-664 “Reform Proposals of Sakamoto Ryōma, Saigō Takamori and Ōkubo Toshimichi” available via Online link.

    3. Sources of Japanese tradition: Volume 2: 1600 to 2000 | ebook - Wm. Theodore de Bary, Carol Gluck, Arthur E. Tiedemann, Andrew Barshay 2005 (electronic resource)

      Book  Read pp 651-657 Yoshida Shōin, “Death-Defying Heroism,” and pp 661-664 “Reform Proposals of Sakamoto Ryōma, Saigō Takamori and Ōkubo Toshimichi”, available via ebook here AND via Online digitisations above.

  53. Week 9: Towards Restoration : Further Reading 5 items
    1. Choshu in the Meiji restoration / Albert M. Craig - author Craig, Albert M. 2000], ©2000

      Book Further

    2. Meiji Ishin: restoration and revolution - Michio Nagai, Miguel Urrutia c1985

      Book Further

  54. Week 10: Meiji Restoration and nation-building : Lecture Reading 1 item
    1. New directions in the study of Meiji Japan 1997

      Chapter Core Read digitised extract pp 285-292 Jansen, Marius B., “Japan in the World,”

  55. Week 10: Meiji Restoration and nation-building : Seminar Reading 1 item
    1. An encouragement of learning - Yukichi Fukuzawa, David A. Dilworth, Shunsaku Nishikawa 2013

      Book Core pp xiii-10

  56. Week 10: Meiji Restoration and nation-building : Futher Reading 5 items
    1. Fukuzawa Reconsidered: Gakumon no susume and Its Audience - Kinmonth, Earl H pre-1986); Ann Arbor Vol. 37, Iss. 4,  (Aug 1978

      Article 

    2. The dignity of nations: equality, competition and honor in East Asian nationalism - Yongxiang Qian, John Fitzgerald 2006 (electronic resource)

      Book  Read pp 23-31 Sakai, N (2006). “Equality, Hierarchy, and Identity in Modern Japan: Reflections on the Nationalist Ethics of FukuzawaYukichi

    3. Nationalism and internationalism in imperial Japan: autonomy, Asian brotherhood, or world citizenship? - Dick Stegewerns, ProQuest (Firm) 2003 (electronic resource)

      Book  Read pp 45-68 Schad-Seifert,A (2003).“Constructing National Identities: Asia, Japan and Europe in FukuzawaYukichi’stheory of civilization”

    4. The history of Anglo-Japanese relations 2000

      Chapter  Read digitised chapter pp.133-155 Tamaki,N (2002). “‘Learn and Earn, Earn and Learn’: British Influence and FukuzawaYukichi’s Creation of the First Japanese Business Elite.”

  57. Week 11 Review and Revision 0 items
  58. Week 12 Student Presentations 0 items
  59. Student Vacation/Independent study (15/4-26/4) 0 items
  60. Week 13 Student Presentations 0 items
  61. Core Reading 9 items
    1. A concise history of Japan / Brett Walker - 1967- author Walker, Brett L. 2015

      Book Core

    2. Shinto, a short history | eBook - Mark Teeuwen, John Breen, Nobutaka Inoue, Satoshi Itō 2003 (electronic resource)

      Book Core

    3. Shinto: a short history - Nobutaka Inoue, Satoshi Itō, Jun Endō, Mizue Mori 2003

      Book 

    4. A companion to Japanese history | ebook - William M. Tsutsui 2007 (electronic resource)

      Book Core

    5. A companion to Japanese history - William M. Tsutsui 2007

      Book Core

    6. Sources of Japanese Tradition : Volume 1 : From earliest times to 1600 - William Theodore De Bary, Yoshiko Kurata Dykstra, William Bodiford, Jurgis Elisonas 2001 (electronic resource)

      Book Core

    7. Sources of Japanese tradition: Volume 2: 1600 to 2000 | ebook - Wm. Theodore de Bary, Carol Gluck, Arthur E. Tiedemann, Andrew Barshay 2005 (electronic resource)

      Book Core

    8. Sources of Japanese tradition: Volume 2: 1600 to 2000 - Wm. Theodore De Bary, Carol Gluck, Arthur E. Tiedemann, Andrew Barshay c2006

      Book Core

  62. Resources for Japanese Studies available at UCLan 1 item
  63. Recently added items 2 items