Jahf biannual Bibliography, 2000-2014



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Cort, Louise. 2003. "Shopping for Pots in Momoyama Japan." In Japanese Tea Culture: Art, History, and Practice., edited by Morgan Pitelka. London and New York: RoutledgeCurzon.

Cort, Louise. 2003. "Clay as Content: The Significance of Shigaraki Clay in Japanese Ceramics." Taoci (Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society of France) (3).

Cort, Louise. 2003. "Sodeisha: The Emergence of a Ceramic Avant-garde in Japan." Kerameiki Techni International Ceramic Art Review (45).

Cort, Louise. 2004. Shigaraki: Potters' Valley. New York: Weatherhill.

Cort, Louise. 2004. "Remembering Hirano-sensei." In Special Exhibition: With Shigaraki Ceramics Kanroku-gama Kiln and Yuto-jin. Shigaraki, Japan: Shigaraki Ceramic Cultural Park.

Cort, Louise. 2004. "Isamu Noguchi & Modern Japanese Ceramics." Ceramics: Art and Perception (55).

Cort, Louise. 2004. "Crawling through Mud: Avant-garde Ceramics in Postwar Japan." Studio Potter 33 (1).

Cort, Louise. 2004. "A Tosa Potter in Edo." In The Artist as Professional in Japan, edited by Melinda Takeuchi, 103-112. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press.

Cort, Louise, Massumeh Farhad, and Ann Gunter. 2000. Asian Traditions in Clay: The Hauge Gifts. Washington D.C.: Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery Smithsonian Institution.

Cort, Louise, and Bert Winter-Tamaki. 2000. Isamu Noguchi and Modern Japanese Ceramics. Washington, D.C.: Arthur M. Sackler Gallery in association with University of California Press, Berkeley.

Cort, Louise Allison. 2006. "Collecting Against the Grain: Unexpected Japanese Ceramics in the Collection of the Walters Art Museum." The Journal of the Walters Art Museum, A Curator’s Choice: Essays in Honor of Hiram W. Woodward, Jr. 64-65:177-198.

Cort, Louise Allison. 2009. "A Tosa Potter Looks at Kyoto Ceramics." Research Report of the Otemae Research Center of History 7:7-26.

Cort, Louise Allison. 2009. "A Chinese Green Jar in Japan: Source of a New Color Aesthetic in the Momoyama Period." Impressions: Journal of the Japanese Art Society of America (30):32-41.

Cort, Louise Allison. 2009. "Mrs. Gardner’s ‘Set of Tea-Things’: A Vehicle for Friendship, Power, and Aesthetic Instruction." In Journeys East: Isabella Stewart Gardner and Asia, edited by Alan Chong and Noriko Murai. Boston: Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum.

Cort, Louise Allison. 2010. "Creating Chigusa." Impressions: Journal of the Japanese Art Society of America (32):135-143.

Cort, Louise Allison. 2011. "Harry Packard’s Japanese Pots." Impressions: Journal of the Japanese Art Society of America (32):114-127.

Cort, Louise Allison. 2011. "Creating Chigusa." Impressions: Journal of the Japanese Art Society of America (32):134-143.

Cort, Louise Allison. 2012. "Looking at White Dew." Studio Potter 40 (1):16-24.

Cressman, Elizabeth. 2003. "Actor Prints from the School of Utagawa."Ph.D. dissertation, University of Louisville.

Croissant, Doris. 2005. "Zeuxis Goes East: Negotiating Mimesis in Early Modern Japan." Hamburger Forschungen zur Kunstgeschichte IV:207-228.

Croissant, Doris. 2005. "Hokusai and Takahashi Yuichi: Changing Concepts in Still Life Painting." In Hokusai and His Age. Ukiyoe-Painting, Printmaking and Book Illustration in Late Edo Japan, edited by John Carpenter, 217-233. Amsterdam: Hotei Publishing.

Croissant, Doris. 2006. "Visions of the Third Princess. Gendering Space in The Tale of Genji illustrations." Arts Asiatiques 60.

Croissant, Doris. 2006. "In Quest of the Real: Portrayal and Photography in Japanese Painting Theory." In Challenging Past and Present. The Metamorphosis of Japanese Art in the Nineteenth Century, edited by Ellen P. Conant, 153-176. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press.

Croissant, Doris. 2008. "From Madonna to Femme Fatale: Gender Play in Japanese National Painting." In Performing “Nation”: Gender Politics in Literature, Theater, and the Visual Arts of China and Japan, 1880—1940, edited by Doris Croissant, Catherine Vance Yeh and Joshua Mostow. Leiden: Brill.

Croissant, Doris. 2011. Splendid Impressions: Japanese Secular Paintings 1400-1900 in the Museum of East Asian Art, Cologne. Leiden: Brill/Hotei Publishing.

Croissant, Doris. 2011. "Artifacts or Art? Envisioning East Asian Culture in Imperial Germany." In Splendid Impressions: Japanese Secular Paintings 1400-1900 in the Museum of East Asian Art, Cologne, edited by Doris Croissant, 17-31. Leiden: Brill/Hotei Publishing.

Croissant, Doris, Catherine Vance Yeh, and Joshua Mostow. 2008. Performing 'Nation': Gender Politics in Literature, Theater, and the Visual Arts of China and Japan, 1880-1940. Leiden: Brill.

Cuccio, Claire S. 2005. "Inside Myojo (Venus, 1900-1908): Art for the Nation's Sake (Japan)."Ph.D. dissertation, Stanford University.

Curvelo, Alexandra. 2013. "Nanban Art: What's Past Is Prologue." In Portugal, Jesuits, and Japan: Spiritual Beliefs and Earthly Goods, edited by Victoria Weston, 71-78. Boston: McMullen Museum of Art, Boston College.

David, Catherine. 2005. "Acrobatic Encounters: Korean Horseback Acrobats in Tokugawa Japan and their Representation in Popular Art." Arts of Asia 35 (5):107-112.

Davies, Barry, Isaac Kaplan Collection, and Kaplan-Kushlick Foundation. 2005. Hidden Treasures of Japanese Art: The Isaac Kaplan Collection. Cape Town, South Africa: Kaplan Kushlick Foundation.

Davis, Julie Nelson. 2003. "A Gift of Distinction: New Year’s Pine Tree Festival by Teisai Hokuba." The Bulletin of the Allen Memorial Art Museum:53-59.

Davis, Julie Nelson. 2004. "Artistic Identity and Ukiyo-e Prints: The Representation of Kitagawa Utamaro to the Edo Public." In The Artist as Professional in Japan, edited by Melinda Takeuchi, 113-151. Stanford: Stanford University Press.

Davis, Julie Nelson. 2004. "Diversions in the Floating World: Selected Ukiyo-e Prints from the Bergen Museum of Art." In Ukiyo-e: Bilder fra den Flytende Verden, edited by Knut Ormhaug, Frode Sandvik and Kunstmuseum Bergen.

Davis, Julie Nelson. 2005. "Kitagawa Utamaro and his Contemporaries, 1780-1804." In The Hotei Encyclopedia of Japanese Woodblock Prints, edited by Amy Reigle Newland, 135-166. Amsterdam: Hotei Publishing.

Davis, Julie Nelson. 2005. "Translation from Japanese and Adaptation of "The Kanbun Bijin: Setting the Stage for Ukiyo-e Bijinga"e." In The Hotei Encyclopedia of Japanese Woodbiock Prints, edited by Kobayashi Tadashi and Amy Reigle Newland, 83-87. Amsterdam: Hotei Publishing.

Davis, Julie Nelson. 2006. "A Second Glance." Art Quarterly:36-39.

Davis, Julie Nelson. 2007. Utamaro and the Spectacle of Beauty. London & Honolulu: Reaktion Books; University of Hawai’i Press.

Davis, Julie Nelson. 2007. "The Trouble with Hideyoshi: Censoring Ukiyo-e and the Ehon Taikōki Incident of 1804." Japan Forum 19 (3):281-315.

Davis, Julie Nelson. 2008. "Peindre les couleurs du Monde flottant: Réflexions sur le peintre de l’ukiyo-e et son art” (“Painting the colors of the Floating World: Reflections on the Ukiyo-e painter and his art”)." In Splendeurs des Courtisanes – Japon, Peintures Ukiyo-e du musée Idemitsu, edited by Michel Maucuer. Paris: Cernuschi Museum.

Davis, Julie Nelson. 2008. "Tsutaya Jūzaburō, Master Publisher." In Designed for Pleasure: The World of Edo Japan in Prints and Paintings, 1680 – 1860, edited by Julia Meech and Jane Oliver. New York & Seattle: Asia Society and Japanese Art Society of America.

Davis, Julie Nelson. 2008. "The Utagawa School." Print Quarterly 25 (4):453-455.

Davis, Julie Nelson. 2009. "Doing Everything For Effect: Performing Beauty in Late Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth-Century Ukiyo-e." In The Golden Journey: Japanese Art from Australian Collections, edited by James Bennett and Amy Reigle Newland, 152-166. New South Wales: Art Gallery of New South Wales.

Davis, Julie Nelson. 2010. "Utamaro and The Poem of the Pillow (Utamakura)." In What Makes a Masterpiece? Encounters with Great Works of Art, edited by Christopher Dell, 242-247. London: Thames & Hudson.

Davis, Julie Nelson. 2010. "Pictures of Remarkable Beauty: Utamaro Prints and the Connoisseurial Gaze." In Kitagawa Utamaro, edited by Jonathan Watkins, 9-23. Birmingham: Ikon Gallery.

De Jong, Jon. 2013. "The Echoes of Roaring Mountains: A Chronology of Undated Landscape Paintings by Yokoi Kinkoku (1761-1832)." In Graphic Designer, Collector, Curator and Scholar of Japanese Art: Essays in Honour of Robert Schaap, edited by Amy Reigle Newland, 53-62. The Hague: Heinz M. Kaempfer Fund, Society for Japanese Arts.

De Vonyar, Jill, and Richard Kendall. 2007. Degas and The Art of Japan. Reading, PA and New Haven, CT: Reading Public Museum and Yale University Press.

Dees, Jan. 2005. "The Ethereal World of Uzawa Shogetsu." Orientations 36 (4):45-54.

Dees, Jan. 2013. "Bold and Colourful. Lacquer Art at the Government-Sponsored Art Exhibitions 1927-1944." Andon 94:62-66.

Dix, Monika. 2006. "Writing Women into Religious Histories: Re-reading Representations of Chujohime in Medieval Japanese Buddhist Narratives." Ph.D. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of British Columbia.

Dower, John W., Jacqueline M. Atkins, and Bard Graduate Center for Studies in the Decorative Arts Design and Culture. 2005. Wearing Propaganda: Textiles on the Home Front in Japan, Britain, and the United States, 1931-1945. New Haven Conn.: Published for the Bard Graduate Center for Studies in the Decorative Arts, Design, and Culture by Yale University Press.

Drogin, Melanie Beth. 2000. "Images for Warriors: Unkei's Sculptures at Ganjōjuin and Jōrakuji."Ph.D. dissertation, Yale University.

Dunn, Michael. 2005. Inspired Design: Japan's Traditional Arts. Milano: 5 continents.

Dusselier, Jane E. 2005. "Artful Identifications: Crafting Survival in Japanese American Concentration Camps."Ph.D. dissertation, University of Maryland.

Earle, Joe. 2000. Japanese Lacquer: The Chiddingstone Castle Collection. London.

Earle, Joe. 2000. The Robert S. Huthart Collection of Iwami Netsuke. Hong Kong.

Earle, Joe. 2000. Infinite Spaces: The Art and Wisdom of the Japanese Garden. Boston: Tuttle Publishing.

Earle, Joe. 2001. Netsuke: Fantasy and Reality in Japanese Miniature Sculpture. Boston, MA: MFA Publications.

Earle, Joe. 2001. "Japanese Bronzes of the Early Meiji Period (1868–1912): Meaning and Motivation." Apollo 154 (477):36-41.

Earle, Joe. 2002. Splendors of Imperial Japan: Arts of the Meiji Period from the Khalili Collection. London: Khalili Family Trust.

Earle, Joe. 2002. "Marketing the Marvellous: The Promotion of Textiles and Ceramics in the Later Meiji Era." Orientations:63-70.

Earle, Joe. 2004. Lethal Elegance: The Art of Samurai Sword Fittings. Boston, MA: MFA Publications.

Earle, Joe. 2008. Contemporary Japanese Masters. New York: Japan Society.

Earle, Joe. 2008. New Bamboo: Contemporary Japanese Masters. New York: Japan Society.

Earle, Joe. 2009. Serizawa: Master of Japanese Textile Design. New Haven: Yale University Press.

Earle, Joe. 2009. Japanese Art & Design. London: Victoria and Albert Museum.

Earle, Joe. 2011. "Memories, Dreams, Reflections: Bye Bye Kitty!!! at Japan Society, New York." Orientations 42 (2):139-142.

Earle, Joe. 2013. "Japanese Bronzes in the Larry Ellison Collection of Japanese Art." In In the Moment: Japanese Art from the Larry Ellison Collection, edited by Laura W. Allen, Melissa M. Rinne and Emily J. Sano, 35-39. San Francisco: Asian Art Museum.

Earle, Joe, Halsey North, Alice North, and Museum of Fine Arts Boston. 2005. Contemporary Clay: Japanese Ceramics for the New Century. Vol. 1st. Boston, Mass: MFA Publications: New York, NY: Distributed to the trade by D.A.P.

Eichman, Shawn. 2011. "The Art of Collaboration: Tomioka Tessai and a Chinese Rubbing of the Orchid Pavilion Gathering." Orientations 42 (7):58-63.

Eijer, Dieuwke. 2011. "Wenn die Experten sich nicht einig sind. Suzuki Harunobu und Shiba Kōkan (When Experts Don’t Agree: Suzuki Harunobu and Shiba Kōkan)." Ostasiatische Zeitschrift, Neue Serie (22):16-29.

Eijer, Dieuwke. 2012. "Dutch Coins in Netsuke." International Netsuke Society Journal 32 (3):12-20.

Emmerich, Michael. 2012. "A Rustic Genji by a Fraudulent Murasaki: A Sense of the Story." In Genji’s World in Japanese Woodblock Prints, edited by Andreas Marks, 18-21. Leiden: Hotei Publishing.

Ettinger, Bracha, and Kyoko Gardiner. 2009. "Affectuous Encounters: Feminine-Matrixial Encounters in Buras/ Resnais’ Hiroshima Mon Amou." In PostGender: Gender, Sexuality and Performativity in Japanese Culture, edited by Ayelet Zohar, 251-275. Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Press.

Evans, Michael, and Wolf Rovert. 2005. Kokeshi: Wooden Treasures of Japan. Carmel: Vermillion.

Fabricand-Person, Nicole. 2001. "Filling the Void: The Fugen Jurasetsunyo Iconography in Japanese Buddhist Art."Ph.D. dissertation, Princeton University.

Fabricand-Person, Nicole. 2011. "A Change of Clothes: The Selective Japanization of Female Buddhist Images in the Late Heian and Kamakura Periods." In Bridges to Heaven: Essays on East Asian Art in Honor of Professor Wen C. Fong, edited by Jerome Silbergeld and Dora C. Y. Ching, 511-529. Princeton, NJ; Woodstock: Princeton, P.Y. and Kinmay W. Tang Center for East Asian Art, Department of Art and Archaeology, Princeton University in association with Princeton University Press.

Fabricand-Person, Nicole. 2012. "Redeeming Qualities: Absolving the Sin of Secular Art and Literature in Early Medieval Japan." In Crossing the Sea: Essays on East Asian Art in Honor of Professor Yoshiaki Shimizu, edited by Gregory P. A. Levine, Andrew M. Watsky and Gennifer Weisenfeld, 221-242. P.Y. and Kinmay W. Tang Center for East Asian Art and the Department of Art and Archaeology, Princeton University in association with Princeton University Press.

Failla, Donatella, and Ukiyoe del Museo Chiossone di Genova. 2005. Dipinti e stampe del mondo fluttuante: capolavori Ukiyoe del Museo Chiossone di Genova. Milano: Skira.

Faulkner, Rupert. 2000. "Beyond Maki-e." Asian Art in London:16-17.

Faulkner, Rupert. 2001. Hiroshige Fan Prints. London: Victoria & Albert Museum.

Faulkner, Rupert. 2002. "The Toshiba Gallery at the Victoria & Albert Museum." In Acts of Renewal: Japanese Art Re-Interpreted, edited by Naren Barfield and Allan Walker, 10-11. London: Victoria & Albert Museum, EYECON, and Wimbledon School of Art.

Faulkner, Rupert. 2002. "The Making of the Montgomery Collection." In Timeless Beauty: Traditional Japanese Art, edited by Waal Edmund de and etc, 161-225. Milan: Skira Editore SpA.

Faulkner, Rupert. 2002. "Ceramics." In Timeless Beauty: Traditional Japanese Art, edited by Edmund de Waal and et al., 161-225. Milan: Skira Editore Spa.

Faulkner, Rupert. 2002. "An Interview with Rupert Faulkner of the Victoria and Albert Museum." Tosetsu (591):33-44.

Faulkner, Rupert. 2003. Tea: East and West. London: Victoria & Albert Museum.

Faulkner, Rupert. 2003. "Cultural Identity and Japanese Studio Ceramics." In Quiet Beauty: Fifty Centuries of Japanese Folk Ceramics from the Montgomery Collection, edited by Robert Moes, 236-245. Art Services International: Alexandria, Virginia.

Faulkner, Rupert. 2003. "What's in a Teabowl: The Case of Raku Kichizaemon XV." Taoci (Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society of France) (3):49-56.

Faulkner, Rupert. 2004. "Personal Encounters: Europeans in East Asia." In Encounters: The Meeting of Asia and Europe, 1500-1800, edited by Anna Jackson and Amin Jaffer, 176-187. London: Victoria & Albert Museum.

Faulkner, Rupert. 2004. "Imported Ceramics and Japanese Tea Drinking." In Encounters: The Meeting of Asia and Europe, 1500-1800, 46-56. London: V & A.

Faulkner, Rupert. 2005. "Murose Kazumi and the Victoria and Albert Museum." In Urushi: Works of Murose Kazumi, edited by Research Mejiro Institute of Urushi and Conservation, 86-89. Tokyo: Arrow Art Works and Ohori Kazuhiko.

Faulkner, Rupert. 2005. "A New Generation: Artist-Craftsmen of the Mingei Movement." In International Arts and Crafts, edited by Karen Livingstone and Linda Parry, 312-327. London: Victoria & Albert Museum.

Favell, Adrian. 2014. "Visions of Tokyo in Japanese Contemporary Art." Impressions: Journal of the Japanese Art Society of America 35:69-84.

Feldman, Martha, and Bonnie Gordon. 2006. The Courtesan's Arts: Cross-Cultural Perspectives. New York: Oxford University Press.

Feltens, Frank. 2012. "Immaculate Concepts: In Conversation with Hiroshi Sugimoto." Orientations 43 (4):66-70.

Fiorillo, John, and Peter Ujlaki. 2014. "Koban Nishiki-e: Rare Small-Format Colour Prints from Osaka." Andon 96:5-36.

Fischer, Felice. 2007. Ike Taiga and Tokuyama Gyokuran: Japanese Masters of the Brush. Philadelphia and New Haven, CT: Philadelphia Museum of Art and Yale University Press.

Fischer, Felice. 2008. The Art of Japanese Craft: 1875 to the Present. Philadelphia and New Haven, CT: Philadelphia Museum of Art and Yale University Press.

Fishbein, Richard. 2012. "Collecting Hakuin." Impressions: Journal of the Japanese Art Society of America 33:111-112.

Fister, Patricia. 2003. Art by Buddhist Nuns: Treasures from the Imperial Convents of Japan. New York, NY: Institute for Medieval Japanese Studies.

Fister, Patricia. 2009. Amamonzeki jiin no sekai: Kōjotachi mikotachi no shinkō to gosho bunka (A Hidden Heritage: Treasures of the Japanese Imperial Convents). Edited by Kenkyūjo Chūsei Nihon. Sankei Shinbunsha: Tokyo.

Fister, Patricia. 2011. "Sanmi no Tsubone: Ashikaga Wife, Imperial Consort, Buddhist Devotee and Patron." Japan Review (23):3-21.

Fitski, Menno. 2011. Kakiemon porcelain: a handbook. Leiden: Amsterdam University Press/Leiden University Press.

Fitski, Menno. 2013. "Baisekidō's Sketchbook." In Graphic Designer, Collector, Curator and Scholar of Japanese Art: Essays in Honour of Robert Schaap, edited by Amy Reigle Newland, 13-15. The Hague: Heinz M. Kaempfer Fund, Society for Japanese Arts.

Fitski, Menno. 2014. "The New Guardians of the Rijksmuseum." Andon 95:26-31.

Fogel, Joshua A. 2007. "Lust for Still Life: Chinese Painters in Japan and Japanese Painters in China in the 1860s and 1870s." In Acquisition: Art and Ownership in Edo-period Japan, edited by Elizabeth Lillehoj. Warren, CT: Floating World Editions.

Fogel, Joshua A. 2013. Japanese Historiography and the Gold Seal of 57 C.E. Relic, Text, Object, Fake. Vol. 42, Brill's Japanese Studies Library Boston: Brill.

Fondevilla, Herbeth L. 2007. "Contemplating the Identity of Manga in the Philippines." International Journal of Comic Art 9 (2):441-454.

Fondevilla, Herbeth L. 2012. "Local and Contemporary: Community-Based Art Initiatives in Southern Ibaraki, Japan." Asia Pacific Journal of Arts and Cultural Management 9 (1):14-23.

Ford, James L. 2005. "Competing with Amida: A Study and Translation of Jokei's Miroku Koshiki." Monumenta Nipponica 60 (1):43-79.

Formanek, Susanne, and Sepp Linhart. 2005. Written Texts--Visual Texts: Woodblock-Printed Media in Early Modern Japan, Hotei Academic European Studies on Japan; Vl. 3. Amsterdam: Hotei.

Formanek, Susanne, and Sepp Linhart. 2012. "Playing with the ‘Shining Prince’: Genji-related Woodblock-printed Games." In Genji’s World in Japanese Woodblock Prints, edited by Andreas Marks, 40-53. Leiden: Hotei Publishing.

Fowler, Elizabeth. 2005. "The Rockwood Sage: Kitaro Shirayamadani, Japanism, Art Nouveau, and the American Art Pottery Movement, 1885-1912."Ph.D. dissertation, University of Minnesota.

Fowler, Sherry. 2000. "Shifting Identities in Buddhist Sculpture: Who’s Who in the Murōji Kondō." Archives of Asian Art (52):83-104.

Fowler, Sherry. 2000. "The Splitting Image of Baozhi at Saioji and His Cult in Japan." Oriental Art 46 (4):2-10.

Fowler, Sherry. 2006. "Travels of the Daihōonji Six Kannon Sculptures." Ars Orientalis (36):178-214.

Fowler, Sherry. 2006. "The Murōji Golden Hall Wall Painting or “Taishakuten Mandara"." Zurich Studies in the History of Art: Georges Bloch-Jahrbuch, Universität Zürich Kunsthistorisches Institut 13 (14):434-459.

Fowler, Sherry. 2007. "Between Six and Thirty-three: Manifestations of Kannon in Japan” (“Zwischen sechs und dreiunddreissig: Erscheinungsformen von Kannon Bosatsu”)." In Divine Compassion: Early Buddhist Art from Japan (Kannon Göttliches Mitgefuhl Frühe buddhistische Kunst aus Japan). Rietberg Museum at the University of Zürich: Zürich.

Fowler, Sherry. 2008. "Views of Japanese Temples and Shrines from Near and Far: Precinct Prints of the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries." Artibus Asiae 68 (2):247-285.

Fowler, Sherry. 2010. "Locating Tōmyōji and Its “Six” Kannon." In Capturing the “Original”: Archives for Cultural Properties, edited by Kenkyūjo Tokyo Bunkazai, 56-74. Tokyo: National Research Institute for Cultural Properties.

Fowler, Sherry. 2014. "Containers of Sacred Text and Image at Twelfth-Century Choanji in Kyushu." Artibus Asiae 74 (1):43-73.

Fowler, Sherry. 2014. "Saved by the Bell: Six Kannon and Bonsho?" In China and Beyond in the Medieval Period: Cultural Crossings and Inter-regional Connections, edited by Dorothy Wong and Gustav Heldt, 329–350. New Delhi and Amherst, New York: Manohar Publishers and Cambria Press.

Fowler, Sherry Dianne. 2005. Muroji: Rearranging Art and History at the Japanese Buddhist Temple. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press.

Foxwell, Chelsea. 2007. "Dekadansu: Ukiyo-e and the Codification of Aesthetic Values in Modern Japan, 1880-1930." Octopus: A Visual Studies Journal 3:21-41.

Foxwell, Chelsea. 2008. "Kano Hogai (1828-88) and the Making of Modern Japanese Painting."Ph.D. dissertation, Columbia University.

Foxwell, Chelsea. 2009. "Japan as Museum? Encapsulating Change and Loss in Late-Nineteenth-Century Japan." Getty Research Journal 1:39-52.

Foxwell, Chelsea. 2010. "Merciful Mother Kannon and its Audiences." The Art Bulletin XCII (4):39-52.

Foxwell, Chelsea. 2012. "New Art and Display of Antiquities in Mid-Meiji Tokyo." Review of Japanese Culture and Society 24, Beyond Tenshin: Okakura Kakuzō’s Multiple Legacies:137-154.

Fraleigh, Matthew. 2009. "Crafting a Japanese Don Quixote." In Serizawa: Master of Japanese Textile Design, edited by Joe Earle, 101-105. New Haven: Yale University Press.

Fraser, Karen. 2006. "The Tomishige Studio and the Development of Domestic Commercial Photography in Meiji Japan (1868-1912)."Ph.D. dissertation, Stanford University.

Fraser, Karen. 2009. "Studio Practices in Early Japanese Photography." History of Photography 33 (2):132-144.

Fraser, Karen M. 2011. Photography and Japan. Reaktion Books: London.

Fraser, Karen M. 2012. "Beauty Battle: Politics and Portraiture in Late Meiji Japan (1868-1912)." In Visualizing Beauty: Gender and Ideology in East Asia, edited by Aida Yuen Wong. Hong Kong: HKU Press.

Fritsch, Lena. 2011. The Body as a Screen: Japanese Art Photography of the 1990s. Hildesheim: Georg Olms.


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