Week 4 - The Plum Garden at Kameido 5/28/11 Vincent Van...

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5/28/11 Announcements New office hours (last time, I promise!): M 2-3, W 3-4 Quiz on February 7th (study guide up on Ctools)
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5/28/11 Key themes and terms Tokugawa Shogunate: the shogunate ( bakufu ) as feudal overlord and the emperor’s deputy; three groups of daimyo ( tozama , fudai , shimpan ) tied to the shogunate by system of alternate attendance and ruling over their own domains ( han ); the samurai in the han capitals, gradually separated
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5/28/11 Key themes and terms Culture: Genroku (c. 1675- c. 1725) urban culture- Chikamatsu (play), Saikaku (short story), Bashō (haiku); the Yoshiwara courtesans and the theater scene ( kabuki , bunraku ); the landscape print (Hokusai) Internal crisis: failure of the central reforms- Kansei (1789-91) and Mizuno Tadakuni (1841-3); successfu
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5/28/11 Hokusai’s Ukiyo-e The Great Wave off Kanagawa
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Unformatted text preview: The Plum Garden at Kameido 5/28/11 Vincent Van Gogh Portrait of Pre Tanguy The Blooming Plumtree 5/28/11 Theater 5/28/11 Theater 5/28/11 Dutch Studies Sugita Genpakus Kaitai Shinsho (New Text on Anatomy) 5/28/11 Dutch Studies A Meeting of Japan, China, and the West 5/28/11 Fukuzawa Yukichi (1835-1901) Historical contexts- preface (p. v-xv) and chronological table (p. 373-389) How to read this text? At the most basic level, it is a story of one of the fathers of modern Japan. It can also be 5/28/11 Culture and Scholarship in Tokugawa Society What do these different schools of Tokugawa scholarship advocate? How do they respond to one another? What do they tell us about Tokugawa society in general? Neo-Confucian: Lu 246-8 National Learning: Lu 269-71 Dutch School: Fukuzawa 78-92; Lu 264-6...
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Week 4 - The Plum Garden at Kameido 5/28/11 Vincent Van...

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