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Kokugaku and an alternative account of the emergence of nationalism of Japan2020 Nations and nationalism 26 (1): 263-82
  • Atsuko Ichijo
*H6/KF [NATIONS-]1354-5078
Modeling, models, and knowledge exchange in early modern Japan2019 Res 71-72: 253-64
  • Christine M. E. Guth
*H6 [RES-]2327-9621
Speaking in tongues? Daimyo, Zen monks, and spoken Chinese in Japan, 1661-17112017 Journal of Asian studies 76 (3): 603-26
  • Rebekah Clements
*H6/KW [JOURNAL-]0021-9118
The diet of townspeople in the city of Edo: carbon and nitrogen stable isotope analyses of human skeletons from the Ikenohata-Shichikencho site2016 Anthropological Science 124 (1): 17-27
  • Minoru Yoneda
  • Osamu Kondo
  • Takumi Tsutaya
  • Yukari Nagaoka
H6/KWV [ZINRUIGAKU-]0918-7960
The martyrdom of Father Marcello Mastrill S. J.2013 Journal of the Hong Kong branch of the Royal Asiatic Society 53: 215-25
  • Clive Willis
Sex differences in linear enamel hypoplasia (LEH) in early modern Japan2012 Anthropological Science 120 (2): 97-101
  • Joichi Oyamada
  • Katsutomo Kato
  • Takayuki Matsushita
  • Toshiyuki Tsurumoto
  • Yoshikazu Kitagawa
H6/KWV [ZINRUIGAKU-]0918-7960
Estimation of mortality profiles from non-adult human skeletons in Edo-period Japan2012 Anthropological Science 120 (2): 115-28
  • Kazuhiko Shimatani
  • Mikiko Abe
  • Tomohito Nagaoka
H6/KWV [ZINRUIGAKU-]0918-7960
The nation-state, the age/gender system, and the reconstitution of erotic desire in nineteenth-century Japan2012 Journal of Asian studies 71 (4): 963-74
  • Gregory M. Pflugfelder
*H6/KW [JOURNAL-]0021-9118in special section 'JAS at AAS round table: sexuality and the state'
(Even radical) illustration requires (normalizing) convention: the case of 'genre art' in early modern Japan2010 Journal of visual culture 9 (3): 347-59
  • Mary Elizabeth Berry
H6/KF [JOURNAL-]1470-4129in special issue 'Capturing the moment: images and eyewitnessing in history'
Comment2010 Journal of visual culture 9 (3): 347-59
  • Jeffrey N. Wasserstrom
H6/KF [JOURNAL-]1470-4129comments on '(Even radical) illustration requires (normalizing) convention: the case of 'genre art' in early modern Japan' by M E Berry see this issue, 347-59; in special issue 'Capturing the moment: images and eyewitnessing in history'
L'état des Tokugawa et la religion: intransigence et tolérance religieuses dans le Japon moderne (XVIIe-XIXe siècles)2007 Archives de sciences sociales des religions 52 (137): 107-23
  • Nathalie Kouamé
H6/KFO [ARCHIVES-]0335-5985English and Spanish summaries
The rise of 'Japanese music'2004 The World of Music 46 (2): 9-34
  • Gerald Groemer
H6/KFY [WORLD-]0043-8774in special issue 'Japanese musical traditions'
Misdirected understandings: narrative matrices in the Japanese politics of alterity toward the West2003 Japanstudien 15: 85-116
  • Xavier Guillame
0938-6491in thematic issue 'Mißverständnisse in der Begegnung mit Japan'
Are all grandmothers equal? A review and a preliminary test of the [grandmother hypothesis] in Tokugawa Japan2002 American journal of physical anthropology 119 (1): 67-76
  • Cheryl Sorenson Jamison
  • Hideiki Nakazato
  • Laurel L. Cornell
  • Paul L. Jamison
H6/HB [AMERICAN-]0002-9483
Samurai status, class, and bureaucracy: a historiographical essay2001 Journal of Asian studies 60 (2): 353-80
  • Douglas R. Howland
The [spatial vernacular] in Tokugawa maps2000 Journal of Asian studies 59 (3): 647-66
  • Marcia Yonemoto
0021-9118in special issue 'Geographies at work in Asian history'
Een lang, kronkelig pad naar Enkû1999 Driemaandelijks bulletin (Antwerp) 26 (1/2): 4-8
  • Jan van Alphen
The arts of the Gannin1999 Asian folklore studies 58 (2): 275-320
  • Gerald Groemer
Secular change in the torsional angle of Japanese femora1998 Anthropologischer Anzeiger 56 (1): 63-8
  • Yoshisuke Hiramoto
Uncounted births: estimating the fertility of Tokugawa peasants from shumon aratame-cho1996 Bulletin of the National Museum of Ethnology (Osaka) 21 (4): 877-919
  • Futoshi Kinoshita
English summary
All souls aboard! The ritual launch of model junks by the Chinese of Nagasaki in Tokugawa Japan1996 Journal of ritual studies 10 (1): 37-62
  • Timothy Y. Tsu