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Author Brownlee, John S.

Title Japanese historians and the national myths, 1600-1945 : the age of the gods and Emperor Jinmu / John S. Brownlee.

Published Vancouver : UBC Press ; Tokyo : University of Tokyo Press, 1997.

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Location Call No. Status
 UniM Bail  952.030722 BROW    AVAILABLE
Physical description viii, 256 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 24 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages [237]-249) and index.
Contents Part 1 Tokugawa Period -- 1 Hayashi Razan (1583-1657) and Hayashi Gaho (1618-80): Founders of Modern Historical Scholarship 15 -- 2 Dai Nihon Shi [History of Great Japan] 29 -- 3 Arai Hakuseki (1657-1725) and Yamagata Banto (1748-1821): Pure Rationalism 42 -- 4 Date Chihiro (1802-77): Three Stages in the History of Japan 54 -- 5 Resistance of the National Scholars 61 -- Part 2 Modern Century -- 6 European Influences on Meiji Historical Writing 71 -- 7 Beginning of Academic History 81 -- 8 Kume Kunitake Incident, 1890-2 92 -- 9 Development of Academic History 107 -- 10 Southern and Northern Courts Controversy, 1911 118 -- 11 Eminent Historians in the 1930s: The Betrayal of Scientific History 131 -- 12 Commission of Inquiry into Historical Sites Related to Emperor Jinmu, 1940 180 -- 13 Tsuda Sokichi (1873-1961): An Innocent on the Loose 186 -- Epilogue: Historical Scholarship, Education, and Politics in Postwar Japan 201 -- Hayashi Razan (1583-1657) -- Arai Hakuseki (1657-1725) -- Ludwig Riess (1861-1928) and his wife Otsuka Fuku -- Shigeno Yasutsugu (1827-1910) -- Kume Kunitake (1839-1931), with an example of his calligraphy -- Mikami Sanji (1865-1939) -- Kuroita Katsumi (1874-1946) -- Tsuji Zennosuke (1877-1955) -- Hiraizumi Kiyoshi (1895-1984) -- Stamps from 1940 commemorating the 2,600th anniversary of the Japanese Empire -- Granite monument marking a historical site related to Emperor Jinmu -- Tsuda Sokichi (1873-1961) -- Two boys examine a textbook censored by the Ministry of Education.
Subject Mythology -- Political aspects -- Japan.
Japan -- History -- Tokugawa period, 1600-1868 -- Historiography.
Japan -- History -- 1868- -- Historiography.
ISBN 0774806443 (UBC Press) $75.00
4130270311 (University of Tokyo Press)