Vol. 2 (2014)

Religious Studies in Japan
ISSN 2186-9952
Vol. 2 (2014)

(Published online 8 January 2014)

EDITOR’S FOREWORD

OKUYAMA Michiaki

vol. 2: 1–2

 

REVIEW ARTICLES

Jolyon Baraka THOMAS

vol. 2: 3–21

The Concept of Religion in Modern Japan: Imposition, Invention, or Innovation?

 

Micah AUERBACK

vol. 2: 23–36

Politics and Scholarship in the Modern Reinvention of Japanese Buddhism

 

Ikuo HIGASHIBABA

vol. 2: 37–52

An Art of History, An Art of Comparison: Reconstructing Christianity in Premodern Japan through Comparative Analysis

 

BOOK REVIEWS

Inken Prohl and John Nelson, eds., Handbook of Contemporary Japanese Religions, reviewed by FUJIWARA Satoko

vol. 2: 53–58

Jolyon Baraka Thomas, Drawing on Tradition: Manga, Anime, and Religion in Contemporary Japan, reviewed by HORIE Norichika

vol. 2: 59–63

Ishii Kenji, ed., The deities of Shibuya and Ishii Kenji, ed., Where is Shinto going?, reviewed by Elisabetta PORCU

Vol. 2:65-70

Miki Hizuru  and Sakurai Yoshihide, eds., Religious lives of immigrants to Japan: The multidimensional development of religion brought by newcomers and Society of the Sociology of Religion, ed., Revisiting the sacred place, Gods in the Ikoma Mountains: Changing folk religions in the suburb of a big city, reviewed by OKAMOTO Ryōsuke

Vol. 2:71-75

 

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