Items where Research Group is "Centre for Japanese Studies

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Kaner, Simon, Nagase, F, Tsujita, J, Matsuda, Akira and Rousmaniere, Nicole (2009) Re-excavating the Power of Dogu (Dogû no Chikara Saihakkutsu). Cultural Resource Studies (Bunka Shigengaku), 8. pp. 1-8.

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Matsuda, Akira and Okamura, K (2009) Archaeologists at the crossroads 4: towards an engaged archaeology (Gendai shakai to sekkyokutekini kakawatteiku kôkogaku wo mezashite). Quarterly of Archaeological Studies (Kôkogaku Kenkyû), 55 (4). pp. 117-120.

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Rousmaniere, Nicole (2009) Bijutsu is not Art and Craft is not Kôgei: thoughts on the display of ceramics in art museums. In: Words for Design II, Comparative Etymology and Terminology of Design and its Equivalents. Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Osaka, pp. 123-136.

Rousmaniere, Nicole (2009) Dining on China in Japan: Shifting Taste for Chinese Ceramics in 15th to 17th century Japan. In: Transfer: the Influence of China on World Ceramics, Colloquies on Art & Archaeology in Asia. Percival David Foundation of Chinese Art, SOAS, pp. 47-58.

Rousmaniere, Nicole (2009) Rediscovering Dogu in the Twentieth Century. In: The Power of Dogu: Ceramic Figures from Ancient Japan (exhibition catalogue). British Museum Press, pp. 70-83.

Rousmaniere, Nicole (2009) 'Rethinking Kakiemon Style Wares in the United Kingdom from the 18th Century to the Present Focussing on Issues of Design, Reputation and Interpretation' in Studies of Hinzen Porcelain: on Research Issues in England and Germany, Kakiemon-style Ceramic Art Research Centre. In: Kyushu Sangyo University 21st Century COE Programme, 2009-03-01.

Rousmaniere, Nicole (2009) Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts: Sir Robert and Lady Sainsbury's Collection of Japanese Art. Arts of Asia, 39 (4). pp. 60-71.

Rousmaniere, Nicole (2009) Towards the Discovery of a Fan Painting by Sharaku. In: Sharaku and Other Hidden Japanese Masterworks from the Land of NAUSICAA (exhibition catalogue). Edo-Tokyo Museum and Yomiuri Shimbun, Tokyo, pp. 35-38.

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Sato-Rossberg, Nana (2009) Mashiho Chiri as a Translator: Ainu Myths and Poems. CoreEthics, 5. pp. 191-200.

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