- Author:Joan R. Piggott
- Publisher:Cornell University - Cornell East Asia Series; annotated edition edition (March 31, 2010)
- Pages:496 pages
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Joan R. Piggott is Gordon L. MacDonald Professor of History and director of the Project for Premodern Japan Studies at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles. Series: Cornell East Asia Series. Hardcover: 496 pages. ISBN-13: 978-1885445391. Product Dimensions: . x . inches.
Tsude Hiroshi: Early State Formation in Japan Introduced and interpreted by Walter Edwards. Kobayashi Yukio: Treatise on Duplicate Mirrors Introduced and interpreted by Walter Edwards. Morita Tei: Toward Regency Leadership at Court Introduced and interpreted by Joan R. Piggott.
East Asia Program, Cornell University, 2006.
Published March 31st 2010 by Cornell University - Cornell East Asia Series (first published May 28th 2006).
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Publisher: Cornell University - Cornell East Asia Series, 2010. Book Description Cornell East Asia Series, United States, 2010. Joan R. MacDonald Professor of History and director of the Project for Premodern Japan Studies at the University of Southern California.
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This volume, edited by Joan Piggott (University of Southern California, Los Angeles), includes fourteen essays, originally written in Japanese and here interpreted in English. It introduces readers to a broader array of historical and archaeological research on center-periphery relations than has ever before been available to English readers. Each essay has been translated, annotated, and introduced by a specialist who selected it for its invaluable contribution to his or her own work, and who here renders it into English for a non-specialist audience.The book features thirteen newly created maps, and also includes an exhaustive list of sources (including Chinese characters). Together with its readable and well-annotated text, extensive glossary, rich bibliography, and comprehensive index, these combined tools make for a valuable resource to scholars and students interested in premodern Japan.Researchers whose work has been interpreted include Tsude Hiroshi, Kobayashi Yukio, Hara Hidesaburô, Inoue Tatsuo, Takahashi Tomio, Takeda Sachiko, Hotate Michihisa, Morita Tei, Sasaki Muneo, Toda Yoshimi, Miyazaki Yasumitsu, Motoki Yasuo, Ishimoda Shô, and Koyama Yasunori. Scholar-interpreters include Mikael Adolphson, Michiko Aoki, Bruce Batten, Walter Edwards, Karl Friday, Jan Goodwin, Gustav Heldt, and Joan Piggott.