Splendid Monarchy: Power and Pageantry in Modern Japan

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University of California Press, 1996年10月1日 - 320 頁
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Using ceremonials such as imperial weddings and funerals as models, T. Fujitani illustrates what visual symbols and rituals reveal about monarchy, nationalism, city planning, discipline, gender, memory, and modernity. Focusing on the Meiji Period (1868-1912), Fujitani brings recent methods of cultural history to a study of modern Japanese nationalism for the first time.
 

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Introduction Inventing Forgetting Remembering
1
Nationalism and the Emperor in Tokugawa Japan
4
Mnemonic Sites
9
Toward a Historical Ethnography of the NationState
18
Visual Domination
24
NATIONAL MISEENSCENE
29
From Court in Motion to Imperial Capitals
31
Tokyo as Temporary Court anzaisho
34
Spectacles of Antiques
145
The Monarchy in Japans Modernity
155
The Politics of Gendering and the Gendering of Politics
171
THE PEOPLE
195
Crowds and Imperial Pageantry
197
Mobilizing the Masses
214
Popular Folklore and the Folklore of the Regime
220
Epilogue Toward a History of the Present
230

Out from behind Jeweled Curtains
42
The Weight of the Imperial Past
55
From Temporary Court to Imperial Capital teito
66
National Landscape and National Narrative
83
MODERN IMPERIAL PAGEANTRY
93
Overview
95
Fabricating Imperial Ceremonies
105
The Monarchy and Tradition
232
The Imperial Gaze
241
Notes
247
Bibliography
283
Index
297
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第 3 頁 - the Emperor shall be the symbol of the State and of the unity of the people.

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T. Fujitani is Associate Professor of History at the University of California, San Diego.

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