Japanese Language and Literature Vol. 44, No. 2, October 2010


Why Did Saigyo Become a Monk? An Archeology of the Reception of Saigyo's Shukke, Jack Stoneman

Coercive Courtship Strategies and Gendered Goals in Classical Japanese Literature, Margaret H. Childs

Writing in Female Drag: Gendered Literature and a Woman's Voice, Rika Saito

Strategic Deviations: The Role of kanji in Contemporary Japanese, Motoko Ezaki

Eccentricity as Identity: Biographies of Meiji Kijin, W. Puck Brecher


McCormick, Tosa Mitsunobu and the Small Scroll in Medieval Japan, Joshua S. Mostow

Dissertation Abstracts

Frank Joseph Shulman Language Pedagogy / Linguistics / Literature and Drama