Origin of Modern Shinto in Japan

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Yijiang Zhong analyses the formation of Shinto as a complex and diverse religious tradition in early modern and Meiji Japan, 1600- 1868. Highlighting the role of the god Okuninushi and the mythology centered on the Izumo Shrine in western Japan as p…

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    Om Origin of Modern Shinto in Japan

    Yijiang Zhong analyses the formation of Shinto as a complex and diverse religious tradition in early modern and Meiji Japan, 1600- 1868. Highlighting the role of the god Okuninushi and the mythology centered on the Izumo Shrine in western Japan as part of this process, he shows how and why this god came to be ignored in State Shinto in the modern period. In doing so, Zhong moves away from the traditional understanding of Shinto history as something completely internal to the nation of Japan, and instead situates the formation of Shinto within a larger geopolitical context involving intellectual and political developments in the East Asian region and the role of western colonial expansion. The Origin of Modern Shinto in Japan draws extensively on primary source materials in Japan, many of which were only made available to the public less than a decade ago and have not yet been studied. Source materials analysed include shrine records and object materials, contemporary written texts, official materials from the national and provincial levels, and a broad range of visual sources based on contemporary prints, drawings, photographs and material culture.

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    Format
    E-Bok
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    PDF
    Utgivelsesår
    2016
    Forlag
    Bloomsbury Publishing
    Språk
    Engelsk
    ISBN
    9781474271103
    Sider
    272

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