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Heian Japan, centers and peripheries

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目次 Between and beyond centers and peripheries
Mikael Adolphson and Edward Kamens
Part I: Locating political centers and peripheries
From female sovereign to mother of the nation: women and government in the Heian period
Fukutō Sanae with Takeshi Watanabe
Court and provinces under Regent Fujiwara no Tadahira
Joan R. Piggott
Kugyō and Zuryō: center and periphery in the era of Fujiwara no Michinaga
G. Cameron Hurst III - Part II: Shifting categories in literature and the arts
The way of the literati: Chinese learning and literary practice in mid-Heian Japan
Ivo Smits
Terrains of text in mid-Heian court culture
Edward Kamens
The Buddhist transformation of Japan in the ninth century: the case of Eleven-Headed Kannon
Samuel C. Morse
Part III: Establishing new religious spheres
Scholasticism, exegesis, and ritual practice: on renovation in the history of Buddhist writing in the early Heian period
Ryūichi Abé
Institutional diversity and religious integration: the establishment of temple networks in the Heian age
Mikael Adolphson
The archeology of anxiety: an underground history of Heian religion
D. Max Moerman
Part IV: Negotiating domestic peripheries
Famine, climate, and faming in Japan, 670-1100
William Wayne Farris
Life of commoners in the provinces: the Owari no gebumi of 988
Charlotte von Verschuer
Lordship interdicted: Taira no Tadatsune and the limited horizons of warrior ambition
Karl Friday
Part V: Placing Heian Japan in the Asian world
Cross-border traffic on the Kyushu coast, 794-1086
Bruce L. Batten
Jōjin's travels from center to center (with some periphery in between)
Robert Borgen.
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登録日 2020.06.27
更新日 2020.12.16