Review of Japanese Culture and Society, vol. 24 (2012)

Distributed for Jōsai International Center for the Promotion of Art and Science, Jōsai University

Beyond Tenshin:
Okakura Kakuzo’s Multiple Legacies

Dedication
to Kyoko Iriye Selden (1936-2013)

Images

Acknowledgements
Noriko Murai, Yukio Lippit, xi

ARTICLES

1 Okakura Kakuzō: A Reintroduction
Noriko Murai, Yukio Lippit, 1

2 Okakura Tenshin: Civilization Critique from the Standpoint of Asia (1962)
Takeuchi Yoshimi, translated by Christopher L. Hill, 15

3 Okakura Kakuzō as a Historian of Art
Kinoshita Nagahiro, 26

4 Okakura Kakuzō and India: The Trajectory of Modern National Consciousness and Pan-Asian Ideology Across Borders
Inaga Shigemi, translated by Kevin Singleton, 39

5 Okakura Kakuzō and Margaret Noble (Sister Nivedita): A Brief Episode
John Rosenfield, 58

6 Okakura’s Way of Tea: Representing Chanoyu in Early Twentieth-Century America
Noriko Murai, 70

7 Other Tea Cults
Allen Hockley, 94

8 What’s in a Name? Rethinking Critical Terms Used to Discuss Mōrōtai
Victoria Weston, 116

9 New Art and the Display of Antiquities in Mid-Meiji Tokyo
Chelsea Foxwell, 137

10 In Defense of Kenchiku: Itō Chūta’s Theorization of Architecture as a Fine Art in the Meiji Period
Alice Y. Tseng, 155

11 Reading “Calligraphy Is Not Art” (1882)
Okakura Kakuzō, translated by Timothy Unverzagt Goddard, 168

12 Kokka (1889)
Okakura Kakuzō, translated by Timothy Unverzagt Goddard, 176

13 Concerning the Institutions of Art Education (1897)
Okakura Kakuzō, translated by Kevin Singleton, 184

14 Select Annotated Bibliography of Okakura Kakuzō
Nozomi Naoi with Noriko Murai, 196

FICTION

Ukiyo-e Landscapes and Edo Scenic Places (1914)
Nagai Kafū, translated by Kyoko Selden and Alisa Freedman, 210

On the Contributors, 233

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