Jahf biannual Bibliography, 2000-2014

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Onoda, Natsu. 2005. "Tezuka Osamu: An Intertextual History of Comics in Post-World War II Japan."Ph.D. dissertation, North Western University.

Osam, Hiraki. 2004. "Japon: Un Autre Portrait – Photographes 1945-1965." In Comment déchiffrer la photographie du Japon d’après-guerre, 46-261. Paris: Flammarion.

Oshima, Ken Tadashi. 2003. "Constructed Natures of Modern Architecture in Japan, 1920-1940: Yamada Mamoru, Horiguchi Sutemi, and Antonin Raymond."Ph.D. dissertation, Columbia University.

Oshima, Ken Tadashi. 2009. "Hijiribashi: Spanning TIme and Crossing Place." In Kenchiku shikō, edited by Suzuki Committee for the Publication in Honor of Professor Hiroyuki, 549-568. Chuo Koron Bijutsu Shuppan.

Ota, Aya, and Yukio Lippit. 2012. "‘Colorful Realm’: An Exhibition Celebrating the Centennial Anniversary of the Cherry Blossom Festival." Orientations 43 (3):44-51.

Oxenboell, Morten. 2005. "Images of Akuto [Evil Bands]." Monumenta Nipponica 60 (2):235-262.

Oyobe, Natsu. 2005. Human Subjectivity and Confrontation with Materials in Japanese Art: Yoshihara Jiro‚ and Early Years of the Gutai Art Association, 1947-1958.

Paget, Rhiannon. 2009. Lethal Beauty: Samurai Weapons and Armor. Edited by Andreas Marks. Hanford, CA: Clark Center for Japanese Art & Culture.

Paget, Rhiannon. 2010. "Luminosity in Monochrome: Japanese Ink Painting and Calligraphy." In Clark Center Exhibition Series 7, edited by Andreas Marks. Hanford CA: Clark Center for Japanese Art & Culture.

Paget, Rhiannon. 2010. "Kodakara and Kamuro." In Utamaro: Hymn to Beauty, edited by Khanh Trinh. Art Gallery of NSW: Sydney.

Paget, Rhiannon. 2010. The Splendor of the Japanese Screen. Edited by Andreas Marks. Hanford, CA: Clark Center for Japanese Art & Culture.

Paget, Rhiannon. 2011. "Raising Subjects: Visual Representations of Children and Childhood in Meiji Japan." New Voices (The Japan Foundation) (4):1-31.

Paget, Rhiannon. 2012. "New Literati: Fukuda Kodojin and Early 20th Century Nanga." TAASA Review, the Journal of the Asian Art Society of Australia 21 (2):12-14.

Paget, Rhiannon. 2012. "Erotic Genji Fantasies." In Genji’s World in Japanese Woodblock Prints, edited by Andreas Marks, 54-67. Leiden: Hotei.

Parthasarathi, Prasannan. 2013. "The Portuguese Textile Trade in Asia." In Portugal, Jesuits, and Japan: Spiritual Beliefs and Earthly Goods, edited by Victoria Weston, 57-60. Boston: McMullen Museum of Art, Boston College.

Pate, Alan Scott. 2005. Ningyo. Boston, Mass.: Tuttle.

Pegg, Richard A. 2014. Cartographic Traditions in East Asian Maps. Honolulu: MacLean Collection and University of Hawai'i Press.

Peschard-Erlih, Erika. 2000. "Les Peintures des Enfers du Rokudo-e du Monastere Shoju-Raigoji." The Journal of Kyoritsu Area Studies (17):13-46.

Peschard-Erlih, Erika. 2006. "Visages Dans L’Art Japonais." Bulletin of Center for Interdisciplinary Studies of Science and Culture, Kyoritsu Women's University 12:109-125.

Pier, Garrett Chatfield. 2005. Temple Treasures of Japan, Kessinger Publishing's rare reprints. Whitefish, MT: Kessinger Pub.

Pitelka, Morgan. 2001. "Raku Ceramics: Tradition and Cultural Reproduction in Japanese Tea Practice, 1574-1942."Ph.D. dissertation, Princeton University.

Pitelka, Morgan. 2004. "Tea Taste: Patronage and Collaboration Among Tea Masters and Potters in Early Modern Japan." Early Modern Japan: An Interdisciplinary Journal Fall:20-38.

Pitelka, Morgan. 2005. Handmade Culture: Raku Potters, Patrons, and Tea Practitioners in Japan. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press.

Pitelka, Morgan. 2007. "Back to the Fundamentals: 'Reproducing' Rikyu and Chojiro in Japanese Tea Culture." In The Culture of Copying in Japan: Critical and Historical Perspectives, edited by Rupert Cox. London: Routledge.

Pitelka, Morgan. 2008. "A Raku Wastewater Container and the Problem of Monolithic Sincerity." Impressions: Journal of the Japanese Art Society of America.

Pitelka, Morgan. 2009. "The Empire of Things: Tokugawa Ieyasu's Material Legacy and Cultural Profile." Japanese Studies 29 (1):19-32.

Pitelka, Morgan. 2011. "Art, Agency, and Networks in the Career of Tokugawa Ieyasu." In Blackwell Companion to Asian Art, edited by Deborah Hutton and Rebecca Brown. New York: Wiley-Blackwell.

Pitelka, Morgan. 2013. "The Tokugawa Storehouse: Ieyasu’s Encounters with Things." In Early Modern Things: Objects and their Histories, 1500-1800, edited by Paula Findlen. London: Routledge.

Pollack, David. 2009. "The Cultural Environment of Edo Shunga." Impressions: Journal of the Japanese Art Society of America (31):73-87.

Pollard, Clare. 2003. Master Potter of Meiji Japan: Makuzu Kozan (1842-1916) and His Workshop. Oxford: OUP Oxford Oriental Monographs.

Pollard, Clare. 2003. The Art of Hokusai – Masterpieces of Japanese Printing in the Chester Beatty Library. Dublin: Town House.

Pollard, Clare. 2006. "Gorgeous with Glitter and Gold: Miyagawa Kozan and the Role of Satsuma Export Ware in the Early Meiji Ceramic Industry." In Challenging Past and Present: The Metamorphosis of Nineteenth Century Japanese Art, edited by Ellen P. Conant. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press.

Pollard, Clare. 2006. "Zen Mind: The Development of Zen Buddhism." In Zen Mind, Zen Brush: Japanese Ink Paintings from the Gitter-Yelen Collection. Sydney: Art Gallery of New South Wales.

Pollard, Clare. 2011. "The Japanese Collections at the Ashmolean Museum." Arts of Asia 41 (3):114-127.

Pollard, Clare. 2013. "The Art of Bourgeois Culture in Kamakura." In Japan Since 1945: From Postwar to Post-Bubble, edited by Christopher Gerteis and Timothy George, 10-26. London: Continuum Books.

Pollard, Clare, and Mitsuko Ito Watanabe. 2014. Hiroshige: Landscape, Cityscape: Woodblock Prints in the Ashmolean Museum Oxford: Ashmolean Museum.

Pollock, Naomi R. 2005. Modern Japanese House. London ; New York, NY: Phaidon.

Pompili, Marco. 2012. "The Structural Core as Totem: Reflections on Form and Symbol in the Architecture of Metabolism." Fabrications: The Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand 21 (1):68-87.

Post, Pamela Lee. 2000. "East Meets West: The Model Homes Exhibit at the 1939-1940 New York and San Francisco World's Fairs."Ph.D. dissertation, University of California at Santa Barbara.

Pradel, Chari. 2004. "The Tenjukoku Shucho Mandara: Reconstruction of the Iconography and Ritual Context." In Images in Asian Religious: Texts and Contexts., edited by Phyllis Granoff and Koichi Shinohara, 257-289. Vancouver & Toronto: UBC Press.

Pradel, Chari. 2014. "Portrait of Prince Shōtoku and Two Princes: From Devotional Painting to Imperial Object." Artibus Asiae 74:191-220.

Pradel, Chari. 2014. "Winged Immortals and Heavenly Beings across the East Asian Skies." In Spirits in Transcultural Skies - Essays on the Interactions and Iconography of Protective Winged Beings in Art and Architecture, edited by Niels Gustchow and Katharina Weiler. Heidelberg: Springer Transcultural Research Books Series.

Quinn, Shelley Fenno. 2005. Developing Zeami: the Noh Actor's Attunement in Practice. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.

Rabitz, Gisela, and Albrecht Rabitz. 2014. "Two Versions of Takahashi Shōtei’s ‘Starry Night’." Andon 95:56-57.

Rao, Peggy Landers, Len Brackett, and Aya Brackett. 2005. Building the Japanese House Today. New York: H.N. Abrams.

Rappard-Boon, Charlotte van. 2000. Surimono: Poetry & Image in Japanese Prints. Leiden: Hotei Publishing.

Ray, Deborah Kogan. 2001. Hokusai: The Man Who Painted a Mountain. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux.

Reeve, John, and British Museum. 2006. Floating World: Japan in the Edo Period. London: British Museum.

Reynolds, Jonathan. 2011. "Can Architecture Be Both Modern and ‘Japanese’? The Expression of Japanese Cultural Identity through Architectural Practice from 1850 to the Present." In Since Meiji: Perspectives on the Japanese Visual Arts, edited by J. Thomas Rimer, 315-339. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press.

Rhee, Jieun. 2005. "Performing the Other: Yoko Ono's 'Cut Piece'." Art History 28 (Feb):96-118.

Ricketts, Paul W. 2013. "Kaleidoscopic Modernisms: Montage Aesthetics in Shanghai and Tokyo Pictorials of the 1920s and 1930s." In Liangyou, Kaleidoscopic Modernity and the Shanghai Global Metropolis, 1926–1945, edited by Paul G. Pickowicz, Kuiyi Shen and Yingjin Zhang, 17–43. Leiden: Brill.

Rimer, J. Thomas. 2011. Since Meiji: Perspectives on the Japanese Visual Arts, 1868-2000. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press.

Rimer, J. Thomas. 2013. "Still Seeing With New Eyes." In Graphic Designer, Collector, Curator and Scholar of Japanese Art: Essays in Honour of Robert Schaap, edited by Amy Reigle Newland, 50-52. The Hague: Heinz M. Kaempfer Fund, Society for Japanese Arts.

Ringelberg, Kirstin. 2012. "The Faked Pain of the Artist: Empathy or Sympathy, Compassion or Concealment?" In Representations of Pain in Art & Visual Culture, edited by James Elkins and Maria Pia Di Bella, 28-38. New York: Routledge.

Roach, Colin M. 2014. "Introducing the Japanese Sword." Andon 95:41-55.

Robertson, Jennifer. 2009. "Relentless Presentism: Life and Art in the Superflat Dimension." In PostGender: Gender, Sexuality and Performativity in Japanese Culture, 2-21. Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Press.

Robertson, Jennifer Ellen. 2005. A Companion to the Anthropology of Japan, Blackwell Companions to Anthropology; 5. Malden, MA; Oxford: Blackwell Publishing.

Roche, Catherine C. 2010. Fleeting Beauty: Japanese Woodblock Prints. Seattle: Seattle Art Museum.

Roman, Maria. 2012. "Asian Values in Japan’s Cultural Heritage: The Role of Chinese and Korean Ceramics." In Shifting Paradigms in East Asian Visual Culture, A Festschrift in Honour of Lothar Ledderose, edited by Burglind Jungmann, Adele Schlombs and Melanie Trede, 193-208. Berlin: Dietrich Reimer Verlag GmbH.

Rosenfield, John. 2012. "Okakura Kakuzō and Margaret Noble (Sister Nivedita): A Brief Episode." Review of Japanese Culture and Society 24, Beyond Tenshin: Okakura Kakuzō’s Multiple Legacies:58-69.

Rousmaniere, Nicole Coolidge. 2012. Vessels of Influence: China and the Birth of Porcelain in Medieval and Early Modern Japan. London: Bristol Classics Press.

Rousmaniere, Nicole Coolidge. 2012. "Arts of Fire / Transformation of Space: Masterworks of Contemporary Japanese Porcelain." In Biennale internationale, Création contemporaine et céramique, edited by d'art Somogy éditions, 184-190. Paris: Somogy éditions d’art.

Rousmaniere, Nicole Coolidge. 2012. "The Dogū Phenomenon." In Dogū Cosmos, edited by Nobuo Tsuji, 246-262; 334-340. Tokyo: Hatori Shoten.

Rousmaniere, Nicole Coolidge. 2012. "Japanese Art in Norwich, Sir Robert and Lady Sainsbury’s Collection in the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, UK." In Kobayashi Tadashi sensei koki kinen ronbunshu, edited by iinkai Kobayashi Tadashi sensei koki kinen ronbunshu henshu, 468-475. Tokyo: Geika Shoin.

Rousmaniere, Nicole Coolidge, and Mikiko Hirayama, eds. 2004. Reflecting Truth: Japanese Photography in the Nineteenth Century. Edited by Nicole Coolidge Rousmaniere and Mikiko Hirayama. Amsterdam: Hotei Publishing.

Ruch, Barbara. 2002. Engendering Faith: Women and Buddhism in Premodern Japan, Michigan monograph series in Japanese studies; no. 43. Ann Arbor, Mich: Center for Japanese Studies, University of Michigan.

Rüger, Axel. 2013. "Vincent van Gogh and Japan." In Japonisme and the Rise of the Modern Art Movement: The Arts of the Meiji Period: The Khalili Collection, edited by Gregory Irvine, 13-15. New York: Thames & Hudson.

Saito, Tamaki. 2009. "The Asymmetry of Masculine/ Feminine Otaku Sexuality: Moe, Yaoi and Phallic Girls." In PostGender: Gender, Sexuality and Performativity in Japanese Culture, edited by Ayelet Zohar, 155-170. Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Press.

Sakomura, Tomoko. 2004. "Japanese Games of Memory, Matching, and Identification." In Asian Games: The Art of Contest, edited by Colin Mackenzie and Irvin Finkel, 253-271. New York: Asia Society.

Sakomura, Tomoko. 2007. "Pictured Words and Codified Seasons: Visualizations of Waka Poetry in Late Sixteenth- and Early Seventeenth-Century Japan."Ph.D. dissertation, Columbia University.

Sakomura, Tomoko. 2009. "Negotiating Word and Image: The Case of Ōgi no sōshi." In New Horizons in Japanese Literary Studies: Canon Formation, Gender, and Media / edited with introduction by Haruo Shirane, edited by Haruo Shirane. Tokyo: Benseisha.

Sakomura, Tomoko. 2009. "Unfolding Narratives: Visualising the Tales of Genji and Heike on the Folding Screen." In The Golden Journey: Japanese Art from Australian Collections, edited by James Bennett and Amy Newland. Adelaide: Art Gallery of South Australia.

Sakomura, Tomoko. 2011. "Summoning the Thirty-six Poets: A Look at a Poet-Portrait Screen." Impressions: Journal of the Japanese Art Society of America 32:144-165.

Sakomura, Tomoko. 2013. "Japan 1400-1600." In History of Design: Decorative Arts and Material Culture, 1400-2000, edited by Pat Kirkham and Susan Weber. New Haven: Yale University Press.

Sakomura, Tomoko. 2013. "Japan 1600-1750." In History of Design: Decorative Arts and Material Culture, 1400-2000, edited by Pat Kirkham and Susan Weber. New Haven: Yale University Press.

Sakomura, Tomoko. 2013. "Visual Remembrances: Flower Viewing, Poetry, and Yoshino in Text and Image." In Japanese Visual Culture: Performance, Media, and Text, edited by Kenji Kobayashi, Maori Saitō and Haruo Shirane. Tokyo: National Institute of Japanese Literature.

Salel, Stephen. 2013. "The Ephemerality of Gender: Nanshoku and Wakashū in Japanese Erotic Art." Orientations 44 (2):145-152.

Salel, Stephen. 2013. "Exorcizing Demons: A Consideration of Transgressive Humour in 19th Century Shunga." Orientations 44 (7):77-84.

Salel, Stephen. 2014. "The Allure of Innocence: Depictions of Women in Modern Japanese Erotic Art." Orientations 45 (8):58-66.

Salter, Rebecca. 2006. Japanese Popular Prints: From Votive Slips to Playing Cards. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.

Sanabrais, Sofia. 2005. "The Biombo or Folding Screen: Examining the Impact of Japan on Artistic Production and the Globalization of Taste in Seventeenth-Xåentury New Spain (Mexico)."Ph.D. dissertation, New York University.

Sand, Jordan, and Harvard University Asia Center. 2005. House and Home in Modern Japan: Reforming Everyday Life 1880-1930, Harvard East Asian monograms ;; 223. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press.

Sandler, Mark H. 2013. "The Living Artist: Matsumoto Shunsuke's Reply to the State." In Art and War in Japan and Its Empire 1931-1960, edited by Asato Ikeda, Aya Louisa McDonald and Ming Tiampo, 155-168. Leiden-Boston: Brill.

Sano, Emily J. 2013. "In Pursuit of Perfection: 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, 9-14. San Francisco: Asian Art Museum.

Sano, Emily J. 2013. "The Larry Ellison Shōtoku Taishi." In In the Moment: Japanese Art from the Larry Ellison Collection, edited by Laura W. Allen, Melissa M. Rinne and Emily J. Sano, 15-20. San Francisco: Asian Art Museum.

Sapin, Julia Elizabeth. 2003. "Liaisons between Painters and Department Stores: Merchandising Art and Identity in Meiji Japan, 1868-1912."Ph.D. dissertation, University of Washington.

Sas, Miryam. 2012. "Intermedia, 1955-1970." In Tokyo 1955-1970: A New Avant-Garde, edited by Doryun Chung, 138-157. New York, NY: The Museum of Modern Art.

Saunders, Rachel. 2005. "Pursuits of Power: Falconry in Edo Period Japan." Orientations 36 (2):82-92.

Saunders, Rachel. 2011. Le Japon Artistique. San Francisco: Chronicle Editions.

Saunders, Rachel. 2012. "Talking Pictures: The Life of Xuanzang in a Fourteenth-century Japanese Handscroll." Literature and Aesthetics 22 (2):174-200.

Saunders, Rachel. 2013. "Gyre and Gimble: The Artist Books of Takei Takeo (1894–1983)." Print Quarterly 30 (1):23-39.

Schaap, Robert. 2014. "Zeshin’s ‘Crows in Flight at Sunrise’. The Anatomy of a Print." Andon 95:32-40.

Schattschneider, Ellen. 2005. "The Bloodstained Doll: Violence and the Gift in Wartime Japan." Journal of Japanese Studies 31 (2):329-356.

Scheidegger, Ildegarda, and Soseki Muso. 2005. Bokutotsusō: Studies on the Calligraphy of the Zen master Musō Soseki (1275-1351), Worlds of East Asia; vol. 6. Bern ; New York: P. Lang.

Schenk, Sabine. 2010. "Expressions of Modern Design in Early 20th Century Japanese Art." In Clark Center Exhibition Series 6, edited by Andreas Marks. Hanford: Clark Center for Japanese Art & Culture.

Schenk, Sabine. 2014. "Takehisa Yumeiji’s Designs for Music Score Covers." Andon 98:40-48.

Schiermeier, Kris. 2013. "Imitation or Innovation? Van Gogh's Japonaiserie and Japanese Art of the Meiji period." In Japonisme and the Rise of the Modern Art Movement: The Arts of the Meiji Period: The Khalili Collection, edited by Gregory Irvine, 140-165. New York: Thames & Hudson.

Schmidt, Victor M. 2014. "Zuihitsu: Cast Shadows." Andon 95:62-66.

Schneider, Fred. 2010. The Art of Japanese Cloisonne Enamel: History, Techniques and Artists, 1600 to the Present. Jefferson NC: McFarland & Company.

Schulenburg, Stephan, der Graf von, Gisela Jaohn, M. A. K. Frankfurt, Museum für Ostasiatische Kunst der Stadt Köln, and Collections Baur. 2005. Faszination Keramik: moderne japanische Meisterwerke in Ton aus der Sammlung Gisela Freudenberg. Frankfurt; Köln: Museum für Angewandte Kunst; Wienand Verlag.

Schulz, Claus-Peter. 2013. "Manzai Dancers or a Scene from the Kyōgen Play Suehirogari?: Reflections on Two Paintings by Ise Monsui (1859-1932)." In Graphic Designer, Collector, Curator and Scholar of Japanese Art: Essays in Honour of Robert Schaap, edited by Amy Reigle Newland, 63-68. The Hague: Heinz M. Kaempfer Fund, Society for Japanese Arts.

Schumacher, Mark. 2013. "Hina Matsuri, Doll Festival, Girls' Festival." Accessed March 3, 2013. http://www.onmarkproductions.com/html/hina-matsuri-dolls.html.

Schumacher, Mark. 2013. 15/16th Century Niō Statues on World Art Market: YouTube.

Schumacher, Mark. 2013. Journeys in Japan -- A Spiritual Journey in Ōita, Japan. NHK World Television (Japan Broadcasting Corporation).

Schumacher, Mark. 2014. "Adapting to the Times: Jizō Statues Along the Kamakura Pilgrimage Route." Impressions: Journal of the Japanese Art Society of America 35:153-176.

Schumacher, Mark. 2014. "Sacred Icons of China's Mt. Tiāntái Region (with comparisons to icons in Japan)." Accessed Sept. 21, 2014. http://www.onmarkproductions.com/China-Tiantai/tiantai-slideshow-long-version.html.

Schumacher, Mark. 2014. "Yakushi: The Buddha of Medicine and Healing in Japan." Accessed May 22, 2014. http://www.onmarkproductions.com/html/yakushi.shtml.

Schwartzman,  Allan, ed. 2014. Parallel Views: Italian and Japanese Art from the 1950s, 60s, and 70s. Bologna, Italy: Damiani.

Schweizer, Anton. 2010. "Das unbeständige Original: Zur denkmalpflegerischen Problematik lackierter japanischer Architektur (The changeable original: On the problem of conserving Japanese lacquered architecture)." Ostasiatische Zeitschrift, Neue Serie (20):28-37.

Schweizer, Anton. 2010. "The Ōsaki Hachiman Shrine in Sendai and the Phenomenon of Lacquered Architecture in Momoyama Japan."Ph.D. dissertation, Heidelberg University.

Schweizer, Anton. 2011. "Narrating in Images: Japanese Hanging and Horizontal Picture Scrolls." In Visual stories: Japans Bilder erzählen: Bildrollen, manga, anime, edited by C. M. Schneider, 14-21. Neuss: Langen Foundation.

Schweizer, Anton. 2011. "Komposite für den Export: Die Dekore der Münchener Münzkabinette (Composites for export: The decorations of the Munich coin cabinets)." In Japanische Lackkunst für Bayerns Fürsten: Die Japanischen Lackmöbel der Staatlichen Münzsammlung München (Japanese lacquer art for the princes of Bavaria: The Japanese lacquer cabinets of the State Numismatic Collection Munich), edited by Anton Schweizer, Hirsch Klose and Dietrich O. A. Klose, 13-29.

Schweizer, Anton, Martin Hirsch, and Dietrich O. A. Klose. 2011. Japanische Lackkunst für Bayerns Fürsten: Die Japanischen Lackmöbel der Staatlichen Münzsammlung München (Japanese lacquer art for the princes of Bavaria: The Japanese lacquer cabinets of the State Numismatic Collection Munich). Munich: Staatliche Münzsammlung.

Schweizer, Anton, and Avinoam Shalem. 2010. "Translating Visions: A Japanese Lacquer Plaque of the Haram of Mecca in the L. A. Mayer Memorial Museum, Jerusalem." Ars Orientalis (39):148-173.

Screech, Timon. 2005. "Shunga and Edo." In Ukiyo-e, edited by Gian Carlo Calza, eds and et al. London: Phaedon.

Screech, Timon. 2005. "Hokusai and the Microscope." In Hokusai and his Age, edited by John T. Carpenter. Leiden: Hotei Publishing.

Screech, Timon. 2005. "'Pictures (the Most Part Bawdy)': The Anglo-Japanese Painting Trade in the Early 1600s." Art Bulletin 87 (1):50-72.

Screech, Timon. 2005. Japan Extolled and Decried: Carl Peter Thunberg and the Shogun's Realm, 1775-1796. London, New York: Routldge.

Screech, Timon. 2006. "Shunga in the Edo Period." In The Hotei Encyclopedia of Ukiyo-e, edited by Amy Newland. Leiden: Hotei Publishing.

Screech, Timon. 2006. "Going to the Courtesans: Accessing the Pleasure Districts in Edo Period Japan." In The Courtesan’s Arts, edited by Martha Feldman and Bonnie Gordon. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Screech, Timon. 2006. Secret Memoirs of the Shoguns: Isaac Titsingh and Japan, 1779-1822. London; New York: Routledge.

Screech, Timon. 2007. "Owning Edo-Period Paintings." In Acquisition: Art and Ownership in Edo-Period Japan, edited by Elizabeth Lillehoj. Warren, CT: Floating World Editions.

Screech, Timon. 2012. "Carl Peter Thunberg, Katsuragawa Hoshu and Two Presents Sent From Europe to Japan." In Orientalism/Occidentalism: The Languages of Culture vs. the Languages of Description, edited by Evgeny Steiner, 130-140. Moscow: Russian Institute for Cultural Research.

Seckel, Dietrich. 2005. The Portrait in East Asia.

Seo, Audrey Yoshiko. 2011. "Adoption, Adaptation, and Innovation: The Cultural and Aesthetic Transformations of Fashion in Modern Japan." In Since Meiji: Perspectives on the Japanese Visual Arts, edited by J. Thomas Rimer, 471-496. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press.

Sharf, Frederic Alan, Anne Nishimura Morse, and Sebastian Dobson. 2005. A Much Recorded War: The Russo-Japanese War in History and Imagery. Boston, MA: MFA Publications.

Sharf, Frederic Alan, and Athenaeum Portsmouth. 2005. The Art of Propaganda: Lithographs Published During the Russo-Japan War, 1904-1905. Newbury, Mass.: Newburyport Press.

Shepardson-Scott, Karl. 2013. "Fuchigami Hakuyō's Evening Sun: Manchuria, Memory, and the Aesthetic Abstraction of War." In Art and War in Japan and Its Empire 1931-1960, edited by Asato Ikeda, Aya Louisa McDonald and Ming Tiampo, 275-293. Leiden-Boston: Brill.

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