HST 369 Notes - Kamakura Law and Justice

HST 369 Notes - Kamakura Law and Justice - HST 369 Notes...

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HST 369 Notes – Kamakura Law and Justice 10/12/07 Discussion Questions: 1. As you read the Goseibai shikimoku, consider what the codes can tell us about the authors and their intentions. Why did they create codes like these? 2. What do the codes reveal about restrictions on warriors? About the importance of land? About the status of women in Kamakura society? About the rights of parents and children? 3. Why does Tonomura suggest that sexual violence was always ignored by scholars? 4. Tonomura writes on p. 141 that “The Kamakura period was a time when women could both have and be property”. What did she mean by this? Class/reading notes: Justice under the Kamakura bakufu: Fair trial? Yasutoki: 1) co-signer 2) hyōjōshū –board of chancellors 3) prodecute of due process a. summon witnesses b. written proof c. ability to appeals d. cross examination e. goseibai shikimoku i. Hojo code; behavioral code for gokenin Topics, number and notes: Land – 4, 7, 8, 25, 48 - note- big topic = land being taken away as punishment
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This note was uploaded on 03/19/2008 for the course HIST 369 taught by Professor Segal during the Fall '07 term at Michigan State University.

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HST 369 Notes - Kamakura Law and Justice - HST 369 Notes...

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