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H-Japan October 10, 2010 Date: Sat, 9 Oct 2010 03:56:42 +0100 From: John Breen <email@example.com> Dear all, This is to advise you that the latest edition of Japan Review is now available on line at http://www.nichibun.ac.jp/graphicversion/dbase/review_e.html The line up of authors and articles for volume 22 of the journal is as follows: Matthew STAVROS The Sanjō bōmon Temple-Palace Complex: The First Locus of Ashikaga Authority in Medieval Kyoto W. Puck BRECHER Kōetsumura: Of Rhythms and Reminiscence in Hon’ami Kōetsu’s Commune Louis M. CULLEN Statistics of Tokugawa Coastal Trade and Bakumatsu and Early Meiji Foreign Trade, Part 2: Trade in Bakumatsu and Early Meiji Times Philip FLAVIN Meiji shinkyoku: The Beginnings of Modern Music for the Koto Charles EXLEY The Crypt in the City: Satō Haruo’s Monument to E. A. Poe Michel DALISSIER Nishida Kitarō and Chinese Philosophy: Debt and Distance Mohammad Reza SARKAR ARANI, FUKAYA Keisuke and James P. LASSEGARD “Lesson Study” as Professional Culture in Japanese Schools: An Historical Perspective on Elementary Classroom Practices ODAGIRI Takushi Maeda Ai’s Predicate Theory RESEARCH NOTES OGATA Takayuki, LI Wei and YAMADA Shōji A Mapping and Geographical Analysis of Japanese Gardens in the Kyoto Basin Japan Review is the refereed journal published by the International Research Center for Japanese Studies in Kyoto. It solicits outstanding manuscripts relating to Japan. It also publishes shorter Research Notes, Review Articles as well as annotated translations of important texts. Submission to Japan Review is open to all those engaged in the study of Japanese culture past and present. All issues of Japan Review, from volume 1 (1990) to volume 22 (2010), are available in digital format, and the journal's contents are shortly to appear on JSTOR. Best wishes JB -- John Breen PhD 国際日本文化研究センター准教授 Editor-in-Chief, Japan Review 〒610−1192 京都市西京区御陵大枝山町３丁目２番地 http://www.nichibun.ac.jp/research/faculty/staff1/breen.html --------------------------------A Reminder-------------------------------- When sending messages to H-Japan, please do not use KANJI or KANA in the "subject" line; use Roman letters only. Using Kanji and Kana in the "subject" line causes problems for some machines. Thank you. The Editors