An Introductory Bibliography for Japanese Studies

An Introductory Bibliography for Japanese Studies: Cover

This bibliographical series is intended to facilitate access by non-Japanese researchers to the most recent research trends in Japanese studies by Japanese scholars, with an essay describing the major research trends in various fields and a select bibliographical list with annotations on the more important works. Each volume is made up of two parts, the social sciences (part 1) and the humanities (part 2), which are published separately in alternate years. We have been donating the bibliography series mainly to overseas Japanese studies institutions and libraries.

Contents

Part 1 (Social Sciences) contains articles on law, political science, international relations, economics, business administration, sociology, geography, cultural anthropology, and education.
Part 2 (Humanities) contains articles on archaeology, history (general, ancient, medieval, early modern, modern, and contemporary), religion and philosophy, Japanese language, literature (general, ancient, medieval, early modern, modern, and contemporary), and the arts (graphic arts, music, dance, and theatre).
Previously published volumes include vol.1, part 1 to vol.15, part 1 for the Social Sciences and vol. 1, part 2 to vol. 15, part 2 for the Humanities.

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