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Japan Review is the refereed journal published by the International Research Center for Japanese Studies. Japan Review 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. The journal has been published annually since 1990. The current issue is No.30.

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JAPAN REVIEW

Edited by John BREEN    International Research Center for Japanese Studies, 2017.7.24.   <ISSN 0915-0986>

SPECIAL ISSUE
FORMATIONS OF THE SECULAR IN JAPAN
Guest Editors: Aike P. ROTS and Mark TEEUWEN
Colophon
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CONTENTS
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Introduction: Formations of the Secular in Japan
Aike P. ROTS and Mark TEEUWEN
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Premodern Secularism
Kiri PARAMORE
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Clashing Models: Ritual Unity vs Religious Diversity
Mark TEEUWEN
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Reconceiving the Secular in Early Meiji Japan:
Shimaji Mokurai, Buddhism, Shinto, and the Nation
Hans Martin KRÄMER
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Immanent Frames: Meiji New Buddhism, Pantheism, and the “Religious Secular”
James Mark SHIELDS
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Between Secularity, Shrines, and Protestantism:
Catholic Higher Education in Prewar Japan
Kate Wildman NAKAI
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Contested Positioning: “New Religions” and Secular Spheres
Erica BAFFELLI
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Religious Globalization and Reflexive Secularization in a Japanese New Religion
Isaac GAGNÉ
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Public Shrine Forests? Shinto, Immanence, and Discursive Secularization
Aike P. ROTS
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Nationalist Circles in Japan Today: The Impossibility of Secularization
Thierry GUTHMANN
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Jinja Honchō and the Politics of Constitutional Reform in Japan
Ernils LARSSON
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CONTRIBUTORS
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Notes for Authors
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