Review of Japanese Culture and Society Vol. X
Akira Mizuta Lippit
Sat Jan 8 17:54:37 EST 2000
_Review of Japanese Culture and Society_ Vol. X
Japanese Film and History, as History
is now available from the Center for Inter-Cultural Studies and
Education, Josai University
Table of Contents:
Introduction by Akira Mizuta Lippit
From _Rensageki_ to _Kinodrama_ by Iwamoto Kenji
The Origins of Censorship: Police and Motion Pictures in the Taisho period
by Hase Masato
Modernity, Cinema, and the Body: Analysis of the Shochiku Kamata Film
_Wakamono yo naze naku ka?_
(Why Do the Youth Cry?; 1930) by Mitsuyo Wada Marciano
History in Film Style: On Absent Cause in Mizoguchi Films from the 1950s
by Mukudai Chiharu
Postcolonial Conditions Explained to Japanese Children* by Ukai Satoshi
Antigraphy: Notes on Atomic Writing and Postwar Japanese Cinema by Akira
Oan Monogatari by Tani Kakimori, translated by Chris Nelson and Kyoko Selden
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The _Review of Japanese Culture and Society_ is an annual English-language
journal dedicated to critical analysis of the people and culture of Japan
thematic and interdisciplinary approaches.
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