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Published by University of Hawai"i Press in Honolulu .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Japan
    • Subjects:
    • Japan -- Religion -- Study and teaching.,
    • Japan -- Religion -- Sources.,
    • Japan -- Religion -- Research.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      Statementedited by Paul L. Swanson and Clark Chilson.
      SeriesNanzan library of Asian religion and culture
      ContributionsSwanson, Paul L. 1951-, Chilson, Clark, 1967-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsBL2210.5 .N36 2006
      The Physical Object
      Paginationp. cm.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3426367M
      ISBN 100824830024
      ISBN 109780824830021
      LC Control Number2005050169

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The volume is divided into five sections—Traditions, History, Themes, Research and Chronology—of which the first three constitute the basic framework of Author: Haruko Wakabayashi. Nanzan guide to Japanese religions. Publication date Topics Japan Japanese religions / Robert Kisala -- Shinto / Norman Havens -- Buddhism / Jacqueline I.

Stone -- Folk religion / Ian Reader -- New religions / Trevor Astley -- Japanese Christianity / Mark R. Mullins -- Ancient Japan and religion / Matsumura Kazuo -- Religion in the Pages: "The Nanzan Guide to Japanese Religions has been prepared as an aid for students and scholars engaged in research on Japanese religions.

It is the first resource guide to encompass the entire field of Japanese religions and provide tools for navigating it."--Jacket. The Nanzan Institute for Religion and Culture was founded in and incorporated into Nanzan University in Through its symposia, colloquia, research projects, & a wide array of publications, the community of scholars that make up the Institute is dedicated to promoting dialogue among religions, philosophies, and cultures East and West.

For updates online, visit the Nanzan Guide site at Nanzan Library of Asian Religion and Culture. The Nanzan Guide to Japanese Religions combines, for the first time in any language, state-of-the-field theoretical and critical discussions with concrete resources students and scholars need to conduct research on Japanese religions.

Even seasoned scholars typically approach their research in Pages: The Nanzan Guide to Japanese Religions is an excellent reference work that 'guides' the readers through the entire field of Japanese religions, both thematically and chronologically. The volume is divided into five sections-Traditions, History, Themes, Research and Chronology-of which the first three constitute the basic framework of the book.

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ISBN of the winning item: Editors: Matthew McMullen and Jolyon Baraka Thomas. The original Nanzan Guide to Japanese Religions published by University of Hawai‘i Press in has been a useful tool for students and scholars in the fields of Japanese and Religious r, the field has changed significantly over the past decade.

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Swanson and C. Chilson. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press,pp., $ (hardcover ISBN ) doi this book will introduce students to some academic ways of looking at the religions of the world.

Japanese Religions: The eBook should be accessible to all mo-tivated college and university students, whether they have had previous courses in Japanese or Religious Studies topics File Size: 2MB. Celebrity Gods: New Religions, Media, and Authority in Occupied Japan; Japanese Philosophy: A Sourcebook; The Record of Linji; Nanzan Guide to Japanese Religions; The Logic of Nothingness: A Study of Nishida Kitaro; Zen Sand: The Book of Capping Phrases for Koan Practice; Philosophers of Nothingness: An Essay on the Kyoto School.

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In Nanzan Guide to Japanese Religions, Swanson, P. and C. Clark, eds. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 99) Ema 絵馬 Small wooden votive tablets, a few centimeters across, are flat and colorful. This field guide contains over illustrated entries covering a wide variety of Japanese yokai.

Each yokai is described in detail-including its habitat, diet, origin, and legends-based on translations from centuries-old Japanese texts. This book was first funded on Kickstarter in and then revised in The Nanzan Institute for Religion and Culture (南山宗教文化研究所, Nanzan shūkyō bunka kenkyujo) is one of the largest, if not the largest, centers in the world devoted to scholarly research on the interface of philosophy and religions East and West.

Founded in on the campus of Nanzan University, it has established itself in Japan and around the world as a center of academic.Written by leading scholars in the field, this book provides new insights, based on original research, into the full spectrum of modern Japanese political-religious activity: from the prewar uses of Shinto in shaping the modern imperial nation-state to the postwar 'new religions' that have challenged the power of the political establishment.