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Author Esenbel, Selçuk, 1946-
Title Japan, Turkey and the world of Islam [electronic resource] : the writings of Selçuk Esenbel.
Publication Info. Folkestone : Global Oriental, 2011.
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 Libraries Electronic Books  ELECTRONIC BOOKS-DDA    AVAIL. ONLINE
Description 1 online resource.
Series Writings of ; v.3.
Note Description based on print version record.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (p. 319-321) and index.
Contents Introduction ---- 1. Japanʹs Global claim to Asia and the world of Islam: transnational nationalism and world power, 1900-1945 --- 2. Japan and Islam policy during the 1930s --- 3. The legacy of the war and the world of Islam in Japanese pan-Asian discourse: Wakabayashi Hanʹs Kaikyo Sekai to Nihon --- 4. Maps in our mind: Chinese coins, the Asian Muslim network, the Japanese and the transnational --- 5. A transnational history of revolution and nationalism: encounters between Japanese Asianists, the Turkish revolution, and the world of Islam --- 6. Japanese interest in the Ottoman Empire --- 7. A Fin de Siècle Japanese romantic in Istanbul: the life of Yamada Torajiro and his Toruko Gakan --- 8. The impact of the Russo-Japanese war on Ottoman Turkey --- 9. Meiji elite and Western culture --- 10. The anguish of civilized of civilized behavior: the use of western culture forms in the everyday lives of the Meiji Japanese and the Ottoman Turks during the nineteenth century --- 11. A comparison of Turkish and Japanese attitudes toward modern national identity --- 12. Remarks on the modernization of Japan and turkey in the 18th and 19th centuries --- 13. Commentatry for the general discussion on Japan in a comparative perspective --- 14. Reflections on Japanese and Turkish modernization and global history --- 15. The study of local administration in early modern Japan: the case of Nakano Tenryo during the Tokugawa Period, 1637-1868 --- 16. The remembrance of the 1871 Nakano uprising in Takayama Village as a comtemporary trauma in village life today --- 17. The people of Tokugawa Japan: the state of the field in early modern social/economic history.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Perth, W.A. Available via World Wide Web.
Note Description based on print version record.
Subject Japan -- Relations -- Turkey.
Turkey -- Relations -- Japan.
Islam -- Turkey.
Islam -- Japan.
Islam -- Relations.
Added Author Ebooks Corporation
Note Writings of Selçuk Esenbel
Related To Original 9781906876128 1906876126
ISBN 9004212779 (electronic bk.)
9789004212770 (electronic bk.)
9781906876128 (hbk.)
1906876126 (hbk.)
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