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Visual Genesis of Japanese National Identity: Hokusai&rsquo;s Hyakunin isshu&lt;/I&gt; ePub download

by Ewa Machotka

  • Author: Ewa Machotka
  • ISBN: 9052014825
  • ISBN13: 978-9052014821
  • ePub: 1871 kb | FB2: 1839 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: History & Criticism
  • Publisher: P.I.E-Peter Lang S.A., Éditions Scientifiques Internationales; New edition edition (February 19, 2009)
  • Pages: 256
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 184
  • Format: lrf mbr lit txt
Visual Genesis of Japanese National Identity: Hokusai&rsquo;s Hyakunin isshu&lt;/I&gt; ePub download

Visual Genesis of Japanese Identity’ is a volume that deserves the attention of anyone working in the area . She received her P. in Japanese art history from the Gakushuin University

Visual Genesis of Japanese Identity’ is a volume that deserves the attention of anyone working in the area of ukiyo-e studies, or on the reception of medieval Japanese literature in early-modern times. John Carpenter, Monumenta Nipponica). in Japanese art history from the Gakushuin University. Formerly she served as a curator of the Department of Far Eastern Art of the National Museum in Krakow and currently she works at the Museum of Far Eastern Antiquities in Stockholm. Paperback: 256 pages.

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Machotka argues that in the process of text/image translation Hokusai projected a new image of Japaneseness, thereby contributing to the development of national identity prior to the emergence of Japan as . .

Machotka argues that in the process of text/image translation Hokusai projected a new image of Japaneseness, thereby contributing to the development of national identity prior to the emergence of Japan as a modern nation-state. Visual Genesis of Japanese National Identity offers an entirely new perspective on the concept of constructing nation-states. The book explores the nature of national identity constructs produced in pre-modern Japan by examining two aspects of its cultural production, the sphere of fine arts and the sphere of literature intertwined with a genre of poetry pictorialization.

Machotka, Ewa. Varying Form of Title: Hokusai's Hyakunin isshu. Publication, Distribution, et. Bruxelles ; New York. Physical Description: 256 p. : ill. ;, 22 cm.

Visual Genesis of Japanese National Identity offers an entirely new perspective on the concept of constructing nation-states

Visual Genesis of Japanese National Identity offers an entirely new perspective on the concept of constructing nation-states.

Ewa Machotka, who originally submitted this volume (more or less as it stands) as a doctoral dissertation for .

Ewa Machotka, who originally submitted this volume (more or less as it stands) as a doctoral dissertation for Gakushuin University in Tokyo in 2008, asserts that understanding the role of the Hundred Poets anthology and of Hokusai's visual renderings of these poems in Japanese cultural history sheds light on the very core of Japanese "national identity.

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Hokusai's Hyakunin isshu.

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Visual Genesis of Japanese National Identity offers an entirely new perspective on the concept of constructing nation-states. The book explores the nature of national identity constructs produced in pre-modern Japan by examining two aspects of its cultural production, the sphere of fine arts and the sphere of literature intertwined with a genre of poetry pictorialization. The discussion is centered on the artistic practice of Katsushika Hokusai (1760-1849) and contextualizes his woodblock print series entitled Hyakunin isshu uba ga etoki in a wider perspective of Japanese historical, political, social, cultural and artistic phenomena emerging prior to the birth of the modern Japanese nation. Hokusai’s work, oscillating between the domain of text and the domain of image, transposes the classical Japanese poetry into late Edo period (1603-1868) popular culture. Machotka argues that in the process of text/image translation Hokusai projected a new image of «Japaneseness», thereby contributing to the development of national identity prior to the emergence of Japan as a modern nation-state.
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