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Historical Heritage and Urban-cultural Creativity- from Osaka to the World-, A4, 142 pages, Dec. 2003.(in Japanese)

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Index
Introduction INOUE Koichi 1-3
Survey Research Reports
Trieste, Ancient Harbor City of the Adriatic? Its Historical Development and Present MATSUMURA Tokitaka 5-22
The Byzantine Historical Legacy in Istanbul? Mainly about Cathedrals and Churches INOUE Koichi 23-43
Cultural Legacy of Vancouver, a Multicultural City NAKANO Kotaro 45-72
Related Report
Medieval and Early Modern Harbor Cities in Europe and Their Present Day Utilization?A Japanese Medievalist Looks at the Harbor Cities of Germany, France, and Italy NIKI Hiroshi 73-101
Comment
The Role of Hamburg’s Crafts and Industry Museum in Urban Cultural Creativity Eva Kaminski 103-108
Urban Development and the Historical and Cultural Legacy in Ningbo and Hangzhou YAMAZAKI Satoshi 109-125
Reference Materials 129-142

The City and Fiction, B5, 252 pages, Dec. 2003.(in Japanese)

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Index
Forward SHIBAHARA Kouji,
TABATA Masahide
1-7
Urban Culture and the Exotic in Early Modern Japan Nicole KLIE 9-20
The City and Modernism? Osaka and the Hanshin Area MIKAMI Masako 21-37
Illustrations File (3.1 MB)
Shakespeare and London SUGII Masashi 39-53
The City and the Growth of New Zealand Fiction:
Janet Frame’s ‘Miss Gibson and the Lumber Room’
Ian Richards 39-53
The City and the Growth of New Zealand Fiction:
Janet Frame’s ‘Miss Gibson and the Lumber Room’ (In Japanese)
Ian Richards
(trans. YAMAZAKI Hiroyuki
83-95
Opposition Between Poetry Circles in the Three Big Cities During Mid and Late Edo Period Judit AROKAY 97-108
Rivers and Urban Fiction? the Antecedents of Sumidagawa TABATA Masahide 109-120
Jules Verne’s Imaginary City NAKAJIMA Hiroko 121-147
Illustrations File 1 (3.7 MB)
Illustrations File 2 (3.6 MB)
Illustrations File 3 (4.1 MB)
The Hazy City? Self and Other in the Works of Kajii Motojiro Stephen DODD 149-160
The Urban Theatricalization of Buddhist Sermons LIU Qing 161-183
Goethe’s Werther and Gates KITAHARA Hiroshi 185-202
Desire and poetry in the City? in the Early Works of T. S. Elliot DEGUCHI Natsumi 203-218
1930s Shanghai and Zhang Tianyi’s Yangpingqixia (Strange Foreign Women)? As the Antithesis of Left Wing Writers SUZUKI Yasuyo 219-238
Can the City Be a Utopia?? William Gibson’s Neuromancer and Cities Since the 1950s TAKESHITA Sachio 239-252
Colophon

Urban Culture Research, vol. 1 – S. Nakagawa, R.M.Soedarsono & I Made Bandem (eds), UCRC Yogyakarta Subcenter, 122 p., 2003.

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A Report of a Joint Study in Commemoration of the Establishment of the Sub-Center for Osaka City University in Hamburg, A4, 146 pages, Oct. 2003.(in Japanese)

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Studies in Urban Culture, vol. II

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Index
Original Articles
A Study of Urban Community Schools during the German New Education Movement, Focusing on B. Otto’s Educational Concepts Yukako NAITO 2‐13
The Eye-Opening Ceremony of the Great Bronze Buddha at Todaiji Temple and Its Political Significance Towao SAKAEHARA 14‐27
John Barth and Baltimore: Urbanism and Localism in His Metafictions Yukio TAKESHITA 28‐38
The Structure of the Uwani Ship Group of the 19th Century Mitajiri Area of Suou Country Souichi YAMASHITA 39‐55
The Port City, Hangzhou: City Evolution at the Coast of China and the East Asian Sea Area in the 9th-10th Centuries Satoshi YAMAZAKI 56‐71
Note
Forms of Urban Intellectual Society: Mainly in Soochow, Yangchow, and Nanking in the Middle of Qing Dynasty Biao WANG 72‐89
Reports
TSUNETOU Kyo’s “Cultured Nation”and “Cultured City”after the Second World war Tadahide HIROKAWA 90‐100
Behavioral Characteristics of People of Osaka and the Problem of Bicycles Illegally Parked on the Pavement: A Cross-Regional Comparison Masato ITO
Daisuke SAEKI
101‐111
Spatial Structure and Residential Segregation in Modern Osaka Toshio MIZUUCHI 112‐131
Special Articles
Research and Perspective of the Lower Strata of Society in Chinese Cities Yingfang CHEN
(trans.by Katsumi NAKAO)
132‐139
Shimazaki Toson: Making Home in Modern World Stephen DODD
(trans.by Koji SHIBAHARA)
140‐146
Portraiture of the Flourishing City Culture of Su Zhou: “The Portrayal of the Prosperity of Gu Su” Jinmin FAN
(trans.by Shigeki IWAI)
147‐176
Principal Historical Sources on Chang-an in the Tang Dynasty Deyong XIN
(trans.by Keiji NAKAMURA)
177‐186
Comment on XIN sunobu MATSUMOTO 187‐188
Overseas Report
Some Aspects of Tourism in Indonesia KANDA 189‐191
News 192‐216
Editorial 217
Contributors 218

 

Vol.1 Capabilities and Frontiers for the Study of Asian Urban Cultures, A5, 338 pp., Seibundo Publishing Co., March 2003(in Japanese)

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Studies in Urban Culture, vol. I

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Index
Foreword Hiroyuki SAKAGUCHI 2
Introduction to the Project Hiroyuki SAKAGUCHI 3‐10
Original Articles
A Study on the Project Method in Urban Elementary Schools: A Comparison with an Experiment in Rural Schools Xi CHEN 11‐22
Changes of Japanese Modern Values and Religious Consciousness Satoru KANEKO 23‐35
The Secret Societies in Jena Hiroshi KITAHARA 36‐49
Denial and Acceptance of Different Cultures: Terror Management Theory Yuriko MUKAI 50‐65
The Extension of New Education Movement from Urban Areas to the Country in Modern China: Focusing on the Educational Practice of Xingzhi Tao in Xiaozhuang Schoo Shusheng SONG 66‐77
The Creation of a Music Culture in Vienna through Schubert hiro TAJIMA 78‐89
Changes in Schooling and Urbanization in Early 20th Century Osaka Hisaki TOYODA 90‐103
The Significance of the Existence of the “Touyaku-donya” and the “Yakusyu-nakagai” Guilds Dealing with Raw Herbs: Examination of Opinions on the Establishment of the “Wayaku-aratame kaisyo” Facility Sachiko WATANABE 104‐123
Discussion
For History of Socio-Cultural Structure in Cities Takashi TSUKADA 124‐142
Comments on TSUKADA Towao SAKAEHARA,
Hiroshi NIKI,
Keiji NAKAMURA,
Koichi INOUE,
Shigeki HIRATA,
Naoki KOBAYASHI,
and Koji OOIWAMOTO
143‐150
Visiting Scholars
Prof. Jinmin FAN Toru INOUE 151‐154
Overseas Report
Hamburg Hiroshi NIKI 155‐156
Shanghai Koji OOIWAMOTO 157
Yogyakarta Saeko ISHITA 158‐160
Kuala Lumpur Hiroshi TAWADA 161‐163
Hamburg Keiko OSAWA 164‐165
Hamburg Tomohiro TAKANASHI 166‐169
News 170‐194
Editorial 195
Contributors 196

What’s Happening on the Street?, Urban Culture Research Series 1, S. Nakagawa, B. Sumrongthong (eds), 109 pp. , 2003.

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ISBN: 974-13-2802-8

Top page
Preface
Contents
The Shrine of Tao Mahaphrom or Bhrama Assoc. Prof.
Kukdej Kantamara
1‐11
What happened on Tao or the Way? Prof. Dr.
Kunio Miura
12‐24
Beauty along the Streets in Bangkok Assis. Prof.
Itthi Khongkhakul
25‐31
Growth of Rough Sleepers in Osaka and the Recent Evolution of Actions of Government, NPO and Volunteer Organizations Prof. Dr.
Toshio Mizuuchi
32‐60
Sound from Street Musicians Assis. Prof. Dr.
Bussakorn Sumrongthong
& Assis. Prof.
Kumkom Pornprasit
61‐81
Music Performance on the Streets of Osaka City Prof. Dr.
Shin Nakagawa
82‐91
Flowers on the Streets of Bangkok Penchan Phoborisut 92‐106
Data of Contributors 107‐109