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Japan on the Silk Road: encounters and perspectives of politics and cultural in Eurasia.

(Brill's Japanese Studies Library, v. 60)

著者名:
Esenbel, Selcuk (ed.)
出版元:
Brill
頁数:
xv,373p photos. maps
刊行年:
2018
ISBN:
9789004274303

Central Asia --- Relations -- Japan

Japan on the Silk Road provides the historical background indispensable for understanding today's Japan perspectives and policies in the vast area of Eurasia. For the first time it brings a detailed account of the history of Japanese activities along the Eurasian landmass across the Middle East and Central Asia in modern history. Japanese diplomats, military officers, archaeologists, and linguists traversed the Silk Road, involving Japan in the Great Game and exploring ancient civilizations.The global team of scholars brings to light Japan's intellectual and political encounters with the peoples and cultures of this vast transnational area that includes Turks and Persians, Hindus and Muslims of India, Mongolians and the Uyghur of Inner Asia, and Muslims in China. Contributors include: Ian Nish, Christopher Szpilman, Sven Saaler, Selcuk Esenbel, Li Narangoa, Komatsu Hisao, Brij Tankha, Erdal Küçükyalcın, A. Merthan Dündar, Katayama Akio, Miyuki Aoki, Klaus Röhborn, Mehmet Ölmez, Banu Kaygusuz, Oğuz Baykara, Masako Sato.


* Japan and the Great Game
* Western and Central Asia in the Eyes of the Japanese Radical Right
* Fukushima Yasumasa’s Travels in Central Asia and Siberia: Silk Road Romanticism, Military Reconnaissance, or Modern Exploration?
* Fukushima Yasumasa and Utsunomiya Tarō on the Edge of the Silk Road: Pan-Asian Visions and the Network of Military Intelligence from the Ottoman and Qajar Realms into Central Asia
* Mongolia as a Base for Central Asia and the Silk Road
* Abdurreshid Ibrahim and Japanese Approaches to Central Asia
* Exploring Asia, Reforming Japan: Ōtani Kōzui and Itō Chūta
* Ōtani Kozui and His Vision of Asia: From Villa Nirakusō to “The Rise of Asia” Project
* The Effects of the Russo-Japanese War on Turkic Nations: Japan and Japanese in Folk Songs, Elegies, and Poems
* Some Notes on the Japanese Records and Information on the “Turks”
* Tracing Origins Along the Silk Road: Japanese Architect Itō Chūta’s Travel in the Ottoman Lands
* The Beginning of Turkish Philology and Linguistics in Japan
* Appendix to the “The Beginning of Turkish Philology and Linguistics in Japan”
* F. Beato Beyond Empires: Flaneur, Photo Reporter, Merchant
* Translation Practices on the Silk Road and Akutagawa Ryūnosuke’s “Toshishun”
* Transforming an Ancient Myth into a Popular Medieval Tale

No.
36991
価格:
18,484円


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