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No. 120 (Published Feb. 2021)
What is Han Scholarship?: With a Focus on the Han-T‘ang, and Mid- to Late Ch‘ing Periods

KAWAHARA Hideki川原秀城: Introduction

FURUHASHI Norihiro 古橋紀宏:The Ritual Scholarship of Cheng Hsüan and Wang Su

MINAMIZAWA Yoshihiko 南澤良彦:Han Scholarship in the Northern and Southern Dynasties: Tradition and Innovation to Be Seen in the Ming-t‘ang

CHEN Jie 陳捷:An Examination of the Compilation and Publication of Collectanea during the Ch‘ien-lung and Chia-ch‘ing Reigns

WATANABE Junsei 渡辺純成:The Mathematical Principles of Semantic Analysis in the Evidential Scholarship of the Ch‘ing Dynasty: Han Scholarship as Data Science

SHINO Yoshinobu 志野好伸:Is Han Scholarship Science?: The Contrapositioning of Han Scholarship and Sung Scholarship in Modern China Y

No. 119 (Published Aug. 2020)
Sogdians in Sogdiana, China, and Turfan during the Sixth Century

YOSHIDA Yutaka (吉田豊): Introduction

Alisher BEGMATOV, Amriddin BERDIMURODOV, Gennadiy BOGOMOLOV, MURAKAMI Tomomi (村上智見), TERA-MURA Hirofumi (寺村裕史), UNO Takao (宇野隆夫), and USAMI Tomoyuki (宇佐美智之): New Discoveries from Kafir-kala: Coins, Sealings, and Wooden Carvings

Frantz GRENET: The Wooden Panels from Kafir-kala: A Group Portrait of the Samarkand nāf (Civic Body)

ARAKAWA Masaharu (荒川正晴): The Kao-ch‘ang Kingdom’s Rule of Turfan and Its Sogdian Colonies in the Sixth Century

BI Bo (畢波): The New Bilingual Sogdian and Chinese Epitaph from Yeh and the Sogdians in the Northern Ch‘i Dynasty

YAMASHITA Shōji (山下将司): Sogdians during the Period of Division in North China in the Sixth Century as Depicted in Chinese-Language Epitaphs

No. 118 (Published Feb. 2020)
What is Tathāgatagarbha: Buddha-Nature or Buddha Within?

SAITŌ Akira (斎藤明): Introduction

SAITŌ Akira: Buddha-Nature or Buddha Within?: Revisiting the Meaning of Tathāgata-garbha

KANŌ Kazuo (加納和雄): A Syntactic Analysis of the Term Tathāgatagarbha in Sanskrit Fragments and Multiple Meanings of Garbha in the Mahāparinirvāṇamahāsūtra

Michael ZIMMERMANN: A Multi-associative Term: Why Tathāgatagarbha Is Not One and the Same

Christopher V. JONES: Reconsidering the “Essence” of the Indian Buddha-Nature Literature

SHIMODA Masahiro (下田正弘): The Structure of the Soteriology of Tathāgatagarbha Thought as Seen from the Perspective of Different Modes of Discourse: A Response to Critical Buddhism

No. 117 (Published Aug. 2019)
Eastern Studies Emanating from the East: Its Diversity and Possibilities

KOJIMA Tsuyoshi (小島毅): Introduction

SUN Ge (孫歌): Takeuchi Yoshimi’s View of Asia and Its Context

KOJIMA Tsuyoshi: The Establishment of the Study of Chinese Philosophy in Japan

SUE Takashi (須江隆): The Significance of Disseminating Abroad the Fruits of Japanese Sinology: With Reference to My Own Experience of Academic Exchange with Euro-Americans

FUNAYAMA Tōru (船山徹): The Study of Chinese Buddhist Thought in Japan: ‘Subcommentary’ and Its Japanese and Chinese Equivalents

TAKAGISHI Akira (高岸輝): The Development of International Research on Japanese Art History: With a Focus on Yashiro Yukio’s Study of Illustrated Handscrolls

MORIKAWA Tomoko (守川知子): The Study of West Asian History in Japan: A Historical Review and Recent Developments

No. 116 (Published Feb. 2019)
The History of Commercial Publishing in Premodern East Asia

FUJIMOTO Yukio (藤本幸夫): Introduction

ŌKI Yasushi (大木康): The History of Bookshops in China: With a Focus on the Early Modern Period

UEHARA Kyūichi (上原究一): On the Position of Chiang-hsi in Commercial Publishing in the Late Ming and Early Ch‘ing

LEE Yoonsuk (李胤錫): The Character and Position of Commercially Published Books in Publishing during the Chosŏn Dynasty

SUZUKI Toshiyuki (鈴木俊幸): Bookshops and Publishing: Characteristics of the Culture of Books in the Edo Period

FUJIMOTO Yukio: Commercial Publishing in Chosŏn Korea before Bookshop Editions

No. 115 (Published Aug. 2018)
Medical Treatment and Its Indigenization in the Sinographic Cultural Sphere

MAYANAGI Makoto (真柳誠): Introduction

SUZUKI Noriko (鈴木則子): Developments in Balneology in Early Modern Japan and the Transformation of Hot Springs

NAGANO Hitoshi (長野仁): The Transformation of Japanese Acumoxa Brought About by the Adaptation of Passages from Chinese Medical Works of the Ming Period

SHIN Dongwon (申東源): The Development of Self-Awareness in Indigenous Medical Traditions in Premodern Korean Medical History

MAYANAGI Makoto: The Traditions and Characteristics of Vietnamese Medicine

No. 114 (Published Feb. 2018)
Shih-lu / Sillok / Thực Lục / Jitsuroku in Modern East Asia

NAKAMI Tatsuo (中見立夫): Introduction

NAKAMI Tatsuo: Aspects of the Compilation of Shih-lu / Sillok / Thực Lục / Jitsuroku in East Asia

IWAKABE Yoshimitsu (岩壁義光): The Compilation of Imperial Annals by the Imperial Household Ministry since the Meiji Era: The Creation of a New Tradition

NAGASHIMA Hiroki (永島広紀): The Compilation of the Annals of the Korean Emperors Kojong and Sunjong by the Japanese Imperial Household Library and the Yi Royal Household

NAKAMI Tatsuo: The Study and Publication of Shih-lu / Sillok / Thực Lục / Jitsuroku by Japanese “Oriental Historians”

IWAKABE Yoshimitsu: An Outline of the Compilation of the Shōwa Tennō Jitsuroku

NAKAMI Tatsuo: Concluding Remarks: Why Did the Japanese Evince Such an Interest in Jitsuroku and Will Their Compilation Continue in the Future?

No. 113 (Published Aug. 2017)
Computational Arts (Shu-shu) and Intellectual Thought in Traditional Chinese Society

IKEDA Tomohisa (池田知久): Introduction

LI Ling (李零): The Revolution in Shu-shu: From Divination Using Tortoiseshells and Yarrow Stalks to Shih Methods and Selection

KUDŌ Motoo (工藤元男): Local Government Officials and Shu-shu: A View from Daybooks (Jih-shu)

TAKEDA Tokimasa (武田時昌): The Six Incurables and Four Difficulties: An Examination of the Paradigms of Chinese Medicine from the Perspective of Shu-shu Studies

KAWAHARA Hideki (川原秀城): A Third Thesis concerning Shu-shu: Is Neo-Confucianism the Study of Shu-shu?

MINAKUCHI Takuju (水口拓寿): Perceptions of “Water Quality” in Early-Ch‘ing Feng-shui Texts: An Inquiry into Shen Hao’s Ti-hsüeh

No. 112 (Published Feb. 2017)
Japanese Research on Intellectual Trends in China and Korea from the Eleventh to Seventeenth Centuries

KOJIMA Tsuyoshi (小島毅): Introduction

ITŌ Takayuki (伊東貴之): Postwar Japanese research on the history of early modern Chinese thought

KOJIMA Tsuyoshi (小島毅): Methods employed in research on the Chu Hsi school: Research trends in Japan since the 1970s

YOKOTE Yutaka (横手裕): The Development of Taoist studies in Japan: With a focus on the eleventh to seventeenth centuries

OGAWA Takashi (小川隆): The study of Chinese Ch‘an in Japan in the second half of the twentieth century

A. Charles MULLER: Japanese studies of Korean Buddhism: The present state of the field

No. 111 (Published Aug. 2016)
Recent Trends in Japanese Language Studies

KIDA Akiyoshi (木田章義): Introduction

KIDA Akiyoshi (木田章義): The Present State of Research on the Japanese Language and Related Issues

HIZUME Shūji (肥爪周二): Some Questions concerning Japanese Phonology: A Historical Approach

FUKUDA Yoshiichirō (福田嘉一郎): Forms of Predicative Propositions in Early Middle Japanese: Japanese Morphology and Inflection

ŌTSUKI Makoto (大槻信): The Origins of Japanese Prose: “Reading” and “Writing”

Sven OSTERKAMP: Foreign Sources on the History of the Japanese Language: Problems and Prospects

No. 110 (Published Feb. 2016)
A New Approach to Chinese Intellectual History: With a Focus on Modes of Scholarship and Their Transmission from the Sung to Republican Periods

KOMINAMI Ichirō (小南一郎): Introduction

KOJIMA Tsuyoshi (小島毅): Politics and interpretations of the Confucian Canon during the Sung: Differences and similarities between Wang An-shih and Chu Hsi

MIYA Noriko (宮紀子): “Knowledge” in East and West during the Mongol period

MIURA Shūichi (三浦秀一): “The profound intent of valuing both men and laws” : Provincial examinations in the mid-Ming and the history of Chinese thought

LIAO Chao-heng (廖肇亨): Early modern Buddhist sociopolitical thought at turning points in history: A comparison of the Ming-Ch‘ing transition and the Ch‘ing-Republican transition

MIZUKAMI Masaharu (水上雅晴): Ch‘ing scholarship and private secretariats: With a focus on compilatory publications and proxy writing

HIRATA Shōji (平田昌司): “Let us abandon ‘benevolence, righteousness, ritual propriety, and wisdom’”: The emergence of the Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica

No. 109 (Published Aug. 2015)
A New Approach to Chinese Intellectual History: With a Focus on Modes of Scholarship and Their Transmission from the Pre-Ch‘in to T‘ang Periods

KOMINAMI Ichirō (小南一郎): Introduction

KOMINAMI Ichirō (小南一郎): The school system in ancient China

SHIN Hyeon (辛賢): Aspects of study of the Confucian Classics during the Han: The formation of cosmological “knowledge”

YOSHIKAWA Tadao (吉川忠夫):. “Family scholarship” during the Six dynasties and its milieu

FUNAYAMA Tōru (船山徹):.Buddhism during the Liang dynasty: Some of its characteristics as a form of scholarship

No. 108 (Published Feb. 2015)
Buddhism and Debate: The Development of Mahāyāna Buddhism and Its Background in Terms of Religio-Philosophical History

SAITŌ Akira (斎藤明): Introduction

SAITŌ Akira (斎藤明): Avalokiteśvara in the Saddharmapuṇḍarīka-sūtra .

MURAKAMI Shinkan (村上真完): Controversies between Buddhism and Indian philosophical schools: On caitanya (sentience or intelligence) and the existent (sat)

YOSHIMIZU Kiyotaka (吉水清孝): Kumārila’s criticism of Buddhism as a religious movement in his views on the sources of dharma

AKAMATSU Akihiko (赤松明彦): Early Advaita Vedānta and Mahāyāna Buddhism: The formation of illusionism And its development

EINOO Shingo (永ノ尾信悟) Hindu ritual and Buddhist ritual

No. 107 (Published Aug. 2014)
The Reception of Chinese Literature in Japanese Literature and Its Transformation

ŌTANI Masao (大谷雅夫): Introduction

FUJIWARA Katsumi (藤原克己): Some Remarks on “Dialogue with the Impoverished” by Yamanoue no Okura

KIM Moonkyong (金文京): The Lineage of Ludic Literature about Comparative Debates in East Asia

GOTŌ Akio (後藤昭雄): Chinese Poets in Heian Literature

SATŌ Michio (佐藤道生): The Popularity of Sino-Japanese Topic Poetry During the Heian Period

SUDA Chisato (須田千里): The Influence of Chinese Literature on Modern Japanese Literature: Kōda Rohan, Akutagawa Ryūnosuke, Satō Haruo, and Nakajima Atsushi

No. 106 (Published Feb. 2014)
Society and Thought during the Later Chosŏn Dynasty

KAWAHARA Hideki (川原秀城): Introduction

KAWAHARA Hideki: The Neo-Confucian Studies of Song Siyŏl: The Grand Summation of Scholarship of the Early and Middle Chosŏn Dynasty

YOSHIDA Mitsuo (吉田光男): An Examination of Discourse Surrounding the Sarim Faction and Literati Purges: For the Advancement of Research on the Political History of the Chosŏn Period

ROKUTANDA Yutaka (六反田豊): The Historical Significance of the Uniform Land Tax Law and the Realities of Its Implementation

FUJIMOTO Yukio (藤本幸夫): The Current State of Research on Catalogues of Old Korean Books

KIM Kwangrae (金光来): Sin Hudam’s Criticism of Treatises on Catholic Doctrine: Points at Issue Reflected in His Tonwa Sŏhak Pyŏn

No. 105 (Published Aug. 2013)
Comparative Research on “Written Prayers”(Yüan-wen / Ganmon) in China and Japan

KIM Moonkyong (金文京): Introduction: Towards Comparative Research on “Written Prayers”(Yüan-wen / Ganmon) in China and Japan

HUANG Cheng (黄征): An Overview of Yüan-wen from Tun-huang

GOTŌ Akio (後藤昭雄): Japanese Ganmon: Their Charater and the Current State of Research

KOMINE Kazuaki (小峯和明): The Ganmon as an Example of the “Ritual Arts and Literature”: The View from East Asia

ABE Yasurō (阿部泰郎): Aspects of Gammon in Medieval Japanese Buddhist Rites: Ganmon as Core Religious Texts

ARAMI Hiroshi (荒見泰史): The Tun-huang Su-chiang chuang-yen hui-hsiang wen and Transformation Texts

ISHII Kōsei (石井公成): Gammon in Buddhist Studies: Comments on Paper Presented at the Symposium “A Comparison of “Written Prayers”(Yüan-wen / Ganmon) in China and Japan”

No. 104 (Published March 2013)
The Geopolitics of Scholarship: Asian Studies in the United States and Asia in the Postwar Period

HAMASHITA Takeshi (濱下武志)

HAMASHITA Takeshi (濱下武志): American Academic Policy on Asian Studies during the Cold War: A Geo-Academic Map of China Studies in Cross-Pacific Regions

HAN Tie (韓鉄): The Hegemonic Vision of the Ford Foundation and the Success of Its China Program

KOIZUMI Junko (小泉順子): Studies on the Chinese in Thailand and Thai Studies in the United States in Historical and Geopolitical Contexts

LEE Pui-tak (李培徳): Asianism in Post-war Hong Kong and Japan: The Case of Ch‘ien Mu and Ōta Kōzō

KOBAYASHI Yasuko (小林寧子): Development of Studies on Islam in Indonesia: Towards a Combination of Area Studies and Islamic Stuides

No. 103 (Published Aug. 2012)
Intercultural Contact in Medieval Japan

MURAI Shōsuke (村井章介): Introduction

ŌTSUKA Norihiro (大塚紀弘): The Introduction of Southern Sung Buddhism to Japan by Japanese Monks Who Visited China and Its Repercussions

HASHIMOTO Yū (橋本雄): Korea in Muromachi Culture: Cultural Exchange between Japan and Korea and between Ryukyu and Korea

SUDA Makiko (須田牧子): The Experiences of Japanese Monks Sent as Envoys to Ming China

IGAWA Kenji (伊川健二): The Encounter between Europe and Japan

ENOMOTO Wataru (榎本渉): The Current State of Research on the History of Japan’s Contacts with Other Countries in the First Half of the Medieval Period

No. 102 (Published Feb. 2012)
The Modern West and the Establishment of an “East Asian Sphere of Civilization”

HAZAMA Naoki (狭間直樹): Introduction

HAZAMA Naoki (狭間直樹): The Role of Nishi Amane in the Reception of Modern Western Civilization in Japan

SANG Ping (桑兵): Concept and Object: The Origins of “Chinese Philosophy” in Modern China

MORI Tokihiko (森時彦): The Reception of Political Economy in the Late Ch‘ing: With a Focus on Liang Ch‘i-ch‘ao

ISHIKAWA Yoshihiro (石川禎浩): The “Sleeping Lion” and Liang Ch‘i-ch‘ao: An Image of “Frankenstein’s Monster” in China

OKAMOTO Takashi (岡本隆司): Tycoon, Sovereignty, and Independence: International Relations Surrounding Modern Korea

No. 101 (Published Aug. 2011)
Hell and Its Representation in Japanese Culture: From Pictorial Art to Performing Art

MISUMI Yōichi (三角洋一): Introduction

MISUMI Yōichi (三角洋一): Depictions of Hell in the Eleventh and Twelfth Centuries: From the Perspective of Literary Research

TAKASU Jun (鷹巣純): The Reception and Transformation of Paintings of the Six Realms and Ten Kings in Medieval Japan: The Paintings of the Ten Realms Held by Zenrinji

MATSUOKA Shinpei (松岡心平): The Genesis of Phantasmal Noh: The Topos of Religious Fund-Raising and Ideas about Hell

NOMURA Shin’ichi (野村伸一): Avalokiteśvara in Hell

TSUTSUMI Kunihiko (堤邦彦): Hell Is in This World: The Transformation of Views of Hell in Early Modern Japan