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Anderson, Emily

Belief and Practice in Imperial Japan and Colonial Korea

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Table of contents

1. Finding Religion in Japan’s Empire
Trent E. Maxey

2. State Shinto Policy in Colonial Korea
Takaya Kawase

3. Korean Buddhist Historiography and the Legacies of Japanese Colonialism (1910–1945)
Gregory N. Evon

4. The Adventures of a Japanese Monk in Colonial Korea: Sōma Shōei’s Zen Training with Korean Masters
Hwansoo Kim

5. Eastern Learning Divided: The Split in the Tonghak Religion and the Japanese Annexation of Korea, 1904–1910
Carl Young

6. Between God and Caesar: The Position of the Non-Church Movement in Korea and Japan from 1927 to 1945
Kenneth Wells

7. Developing an Imperial Theology: Transforming “Others” into “Brothers in Christ” for a Multiethnic Empire
Emily Anderson

8. The Question of Quintessence: Buddhism in Wartime Japanese Academia
Orion Klautau

9. Transnational Contexts of Tenrikyo Mission in Korea: Korea, Manchuria, and the United States
Akihiro Yamakura

10. Poch’ŏn’gyo and the Imperial State: Negotiations Between the Spiritual and Secular Governments
John Jorgensen

11. US Occupation Policy on Shinto in Postliberation Korea and Occupied Japan
Motokazu Matsutani

12. Religion in Occupied Japan: The Impact of SCAP’s Policies on Shinto
Mark R. Mullins

Keywords: Religious Studies, History of Religion, Imperialism and Colonialism, Asian Politics, Religion and Society

Editor
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2017
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Religion and Society in Asia Pacific
Page amount
28 pages
Category
Religions
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9789811015663
Printed ISBN
978-981-10-1565-6

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