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    Mara Patessio
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    1929280661
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    U of M Center For Japanese Studies (January 7, 2011)
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    240 pages
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By SwatekCatherine .Michigan Monographs in Chinese Studies, no. 88. Ann Arbor: Center for Chinese Studies, University of Michigan, 2002.

Ann Arbor: Center for Japanese Studies, University of Michigan, 2011. Pp. 232. ISBN 10: 192928067X; 13: 9781929280674.

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The reader asks for more treatment of Uchimura's Japanese Christian associates and their interaction with him. The book does not tell us much about the response of mainline Protestants and Roman Catholics to Uchimura's teaching and evangelizing. The book notes that Buddhist priests attended his lectures and that Buddhist organs criticized him on the occasion of the Lèse Majesté Incident. Did any interfaith dialogue take place in these instances? In the later years of his career, Uchimura spoke of the believer's progression from grace to repentance,.

Series: Michigan Monograph Series in Japanese Studies (Book 70). Paperback: 296 pages.

The Development of the Feminist Movement. Volume 71. Mara Patessio. Focuses on women’s activities in the new public spaces of Meiji Japan. Women and Public Life in Early Meiji Japan is essential reading for all students and teachers of nineteenth- and early twentieth-century Japanese history, and should also be of interest to scholars of women’s history more generally.

Women and Public Life in Early Meiji Japan is essential reading for all students and teachers of nineteenth- and early twentieth-century Japanese history, and should also be of interest to scholars of women’s history more generally.

ISBN13:9781929280674. Release Date:January 2011. Publisher:University of Michigan, Center for Japanese Studies. 75 lbs. Dimensions:0. History Social Science Social Sciences.

Feminism in Japan began with women's rights movements that date back to antiquity. The movement started to gain momentum after Western thinking was brought into Japan during the Meiji Restoration in 1868. Japanese feminism differs from Western feminism in the sense that less emphasis is on individual autonomy. Prior to the late 19th century, Japanese women were bound by the traditional patriarchal system where senior male members of the family maintains their authority in the household

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