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by University of Tokyo and Wolfgang Schwentker Osaka University Edited by Sven Saaler


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Sven Saaler is an Associate Professor at the University of Tokyo, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.

Sven Saaler is an Associate Professor at the University of Tokyo, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. He is author of Politics, Memory and Public Opinion. Karl von Eisendecher im Japan der Meiji-Zeit (2007). Wolfgang Schwentker is Professor at the Graduate School of Human Sciences, Osaka University, where he teaches comparative social and intellectual history

Sven Saaler is an Associate Professor at the University of Tokyo, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. Among his books are Max Weber in Japan (1998) and Die Samurai (2003). Deutschland, Italien und Japan seit 1945 (2002).

In Japan, the subject of memory has prompted a huge response in recent .

In Japan, the subject of memory has prompted a huge response in recent years. Indeed, it has been and continues to be debated at many levels of Japan s political, soc Due to their symbolic and iconographic meanings, expressions of collective memory constitute the mental topography of a society and make a powerful contribution to its cultural, political and social identity. Published May 1st 2008 by University of Hawaii Press (first published September 30th 2007).

In April 1950 former Premier Prince Higashikuni, with the help of his advisor and Sōtō-sect priest Ryukai Obara, formed a new religious organization called "Higashikuni-kyo".

Sven Saaler, Sophia University, Faculty of Liberal Arts, Faculty Member. Publication Name: The Power of Memory in Modern Japan. Studies History, International Studies, and Memory Studies. de, which includes a complete list of publications (academia. The subjects featured in the book range from the development of the political system and matters of international relations, to social and economic history and gender issues, to post-war discussions about modern Japan’s historical trajectory and its wartime past.

Contemporary Religions in Japan Vol. 6, No. 3 (Se. 1965), pp. 295-314 Published by: Nanzan University. The Power of Memory in Modern Japan Page 75, Written By: Sven Saaler, Wolfgang Schwentker.

Sven Saaler of Sophia University, Tokyo with expertise in Cultural History, Comparative Politics, International History and Politics

Sven Saaler of Sophia University, Tokyo with expertise in Cultural History, Comparative Politics, International History and Politics. Got it. We value your privacy.

Professor Japanese History. My 2005 book Politics, Memory and Public Opinion and a number of articles dealt with the Japanese history textbook controversy, the Yasukuni Shrine issue and historical consciousness in Japan.

Saaler, Sven and Schwentker, Wolfgang (eds) (2008), The Power of Memory in Modern Japan (Folkestone, UK: Global Oriental). Ienaga, Saburô (1968), Taiheiyô sensô (Tokyo: Iwanami shoten). Samuels, Richard J. (2007), Securing Japan: Tokyo’s Grand Strategy and the Future of East Asia (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press).

Due to their symbolic and iconographic meanings, expressions of collective memory constitute the mental topography of a society and make a powerful contribution to its cultural, political and social identity. In Japan, the subject of memory has prompted a huge response in recent years.
The Power of Memory in Modern Japan download epub
Social Sciences
Author: University of Tokyo and Wolfgang Schwentker Osaka University Edited by Sven Saaler
ISBN: 1905246382
Category: Politics & Social Sciences
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: BRILL/Global Oriental (June 26, 2008)
Pages: 382 pages