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The History Of Japan: From Archaic & Ancient Japan To Modern Japan
 

The History Of Japan: From Archaic & Ancient Japan To Modern Japan

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The History Of Japan: Archaic and Ancient Japan:

To Modern Japan:


Author: Charles Hayes:



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@. Archaic Japan and Ancient Japan:

I. Archaic Japan:

* Introduction:

A. Environment and Early Settlement:

B. Yamato:

1. The Beginnings of Political Unity:

2. Government and Religion:

II. Ancient Japan:

A. The Creation of A unified State:

1. The Soga Victory:

2. Prince Shotoku:

3. The Taika Reform:

4. Buddhism and the Centralized Imperial State:

5. Conclusion:

@ Ancient Japan: The Nara & Heian Period:

* Introduction:

A. The Culture in the Nara Period:

1. Material Culture:

2. Writings:

B. Government in the Heian Period:

1. Emperor Kammu and His Successors, 781-850:

2. Rule by the Fujiwara, 850-1068:

3. The Development of Shoen:

4. Rule by Cloistered Emperors, 1068-1156:

C. Heian Literature:

1. Poetry:

2. Early Prose and Uta-monogatari:

3. Court Diaries (nikki):

4. Two Heian Masterpieces: Makura no Soshi

and Genji Monogatari:

D. Religion In the Heian Period:

1. Tendai Buddhism:

2. Shigon Buddhism:

3. Religion and Society:

E. Architecture and Art in the Heian Period:

1. Architecture:

2. Sculpture:

3. Painting:

4. Music:

@ Medieval Japan:

* Introduction:

A. Rule by the Military Houses:

1. The Rise and Fall of the House of Taira:

2. The Heike Monogatari:

3. The Success of the Minamoto Under Yoritomo:

4. The Hojo Regency:

5. The Mongol Invasions:

6. The Decline of the Kamakura Bakufu:

7. The House of Ashikaga:

8. The Muromachi Bakufu at its Height:

B. The Failure of Ashikaga Rule: The Vigor Of

Economic and Cultural Life:

1. The Collapse of Central Government:

2. The Vigor of Economic Life:

3. Cultural Life in the Period of the Country at War:

C. Buddhism in the Kamakura and Muromachi

Periods:

1. Homen (1133-1212):

2. Shinran (1173-1262) and the Spread of Amidism:

3. Nichiren (1222-82):

4. Dogen (1200-53) and other Zen Monks:

@ Early Modern Japan:

* Introduction:

A. Sixteenth Century Japan:

1. Nobunaga and Hideyoshi:

2. Castles, Palaces and Decorative Arts in the

Momoyama Period:

3. Contact with the Outside World:

B. Administration Under the Tokugawa:

1. The New Shogunate:

2. Regulation Of Elites: Buddhist Sects and the

Imperial Court:

3. Central Government and Local Autonomy:

The Baku-han System:

4. Foreign Policy and Closure of the Country:

5. Bureaucratization and the Changing Role

of the Samurai:

6. Taxation and Fiscal Problems:

7. The Shogunate, 1651-1837:

C. Society and Culture in Early Modern Japan:

1. Monetization and the Development of a

Market Economy:

2. Villages Drawn into the National Economy:

3. City Life and City Culture:

4. Intellectual Life and Education:

5. The Japanese 'Family System'

@ Modern Japan:

* Introduction:

A. The Meiji Era and Policies for Modernization:

1. The Restoration:

2. Meiji Foreign Policy:

3. Economic Policies and the Beginnings of

Industrialization:

4. Domestic Politics and the Transition to

Constitutional Rule:

5. Formation and Development of Political Parties:

6. The Constitution and the Ideology of Kokutai:

7. Meiji Society:

B. From Consensus to Crisis 1912-1937:

1. Painting:

2. Music:

3. Dramatic Entertainments:

4. Literature:

5. Ideology:

6. Politics and the Economy:

C. Solutions Through Force:

1. War in China:

2. The Pacific War:

3. The Occupation:

* STATE OF THE ART CURRICULUM:

* NEW:

* BIBLIOGRAPHY:

* REFERENCES:

* CITATIONS:

* COLOR & B & W PHOTOS:

* PAPERBACK:

* TITLE PAGE: WHITE:

* TRANSPARENT FRONT PAGE:

* BLACK OR WHITE BACK PAGE COVER:

* FONT ARIAL BLACK: FONT SIZE 8 TO 10:

* FONT COLOR: BLACK-RED-BLUE:

* BINDED: WIRE-0: COLOR: BLACK-

WHITE-RED-BLUE:

* 500 WHITE PAGES: 8x11 INCHES:

* ALLOW 3 TO 4 WEEKS TO RECEIVE ITEM:

* Copyright 2007 Charles Hayes:
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