A History of Japan, 1582–1941

Internal and External Worlds

Offering a distinctive overview of the pressures responsible for the emergence of modern Japan, Louis Cullen rejects the traditional boundaries of Japanese historiography and combines economic, social, and political approaches to create a powerful analysis. Cullen reviews the Japanese experience of expansion, social transition, industrial growth, economic crisis and war, to present an island nation that is a growing industrial power with little perception of its worldwide context.


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'The book reads like a piece of scholarly work from an earlier and more careful time, when historiography was the result of careful research and distilled knowledge by an author dedicated to the craft … Wonderfully fluid telling of a key historical era …' David McNeill, Irish Times

'… a thought-provoking book, providing interesting information and interpretation …'. Reviews in History

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Japanese translation of Golownin's Narrative (Ms AJ 12). (The published text as edited by Wada Toshiaki from the Hakodate copy of the manuscript as Soyaku nihon kiji: Gorounin [Diary of my tribulations in Japan: Golownin] is in vol. 6 of Hoppō mikōkai komonjo shūsei [Collection of unpublished or inaccessible private documents for the northern region] (Tokyo, 1980))

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Various documents in early bunka period relating to Ezo, especially years bunka 5, 207/472; bunka 7,185/283; bunka 9, 185/192; bunka 10,185/281

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Bugyōsho records, 13/4 (Seiyama collection), letter written in 1807 by abugyo official describing events in Ezo in 1806 and 1807

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Nakamura collection(contemporary translations in Dutch and Japanese of correspondence between the Nagasaki bugyo and the Oranda kapitan and other contemporary documents, including Chinese fūsetsugaki)

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Private deposits, 30/33 diaries, and correspondence of Sir Ernest Satow

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Picture scrolls by Tanaka Yubiof famine in Kyoto 1837 (Tenpō hachinen kimin kyūjutsu zukan), and harvest festival in Osaka 1839 (Tenpō jūnen hōnen odori zukan)

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