The Cambridge History of Japan

The Cambridge History of Japan

by John Whitney Hall
     
 

Volume 4 of The Cambridge History of Japan examines the turbulent period from 1550 to 1800.See more details below

Overview

Volume 4 of The Cambridge History of Japan examines the turbulent period from 1550 to 1800.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780521223553
Publisher:
Cambridge University Press
Publication date:
06/28/1991
Series:
Cambridge History of Japan Series
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
976
Product dimensions:
6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 1.77(d)

Table of Contents

1. Introduction John Whitney Hall; 2. The sixteenth-century unification Asao Naohiro; 3. The social and economic consequences of unification Wakita Osamu; 4. The bakuhan system John Whitney Hall; 5. The han Harold Bolitho; 6. The inseparable trinity: Japan's relations with China and Korea George Elison; 7. Christianity and the daimyo George Elison; 8. Thought and religion: 1550–1700 Bito Masahide; 9. Politics in the eighteenth century Tsuji Tatsuya; 10. The village and agriculture during the Edo period Furushima Toshio; 11. Commercial change and urban growth in early modern Japan Nakai Nobuhiko and James L. McClain; 12. History and nature in eighteenth-century Tokugawa thought Tetsuo Najita; 13. Tokugawa society: material culture, standard of living, and life-styles Susan B. Hanley; 14. Popular culture Donald B. Shiveley; Glossary; Index.

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