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Japanese Journal of Religious Studies, Number 32, Volume 2, 2005
Essays from the XIXth World Congress of the IAHR, Tokyo, March 2005

Essays from the XIXth World Congress of the IAHR, Tokyo, March 2005. [191–95]
Editors’ Introduction

The Separation of Kami and Buddha Worship in Haguro Shugendō, 1869–1875. [197–234]
Sekimori, Gaynor

Deconstructing “Japanese Religion”: A Historical Survey. [235–48]
Isomae Jun’ichi

American Occultism and Japanese Buddhism: Albert J. Edmunds, D. T. Suzuki, and Translocative History. [249–81]
Tweed, Thomas A.

Social Ethics of “New Buddhists” at the Turn of the Twentieth Century: A Comparative Study of Suzuki Daisetsu and Inoue Shūten. [283–304]
Moriya Tomoe

Religious Universalism in Modern Japan: Unitarians as Mediators Between Intellectuals and the West. [305–18]
Yamaguchi Aki

Landscape as Doctrinal Representation: The Sacred Place of Shūyōdan Hōseikai. [319–39]
Matsuoka Hideaki

Virtual “Kamikakushi”: An Element of Folk Belief in Changing Times and Media. [341–52]
Staemmler, Birgit

Survey on Religion and Higher Education in Japan. [353–70]
Fujiwara Satoko

Influential Factors in the Intergenerational Transmission of Religion: The Case of Sōka Gakkai in Hokkaido. [371–82]
Inose Yūri



Japanese Journal of Religious Studies, Number 32, Volume 1, 2005

Reading the Miraculous Powers of Japanese Poetry: Spells, Truth Acts, and a Medieval Buddhist Poetics of the Supernatural. [1–33]
Kimbrough, R. Keller

Religion and the Good Life: Motivation, Myth, and Metaphor in a Tokugawa Female Lifestyle Guide. [35–52]
Lindsey, William

Marriage, Adoption, and Honganji. [53–83]
Tsang, Carol Richmond

Dōgen’s Appropriation of Lotus Sutra Ground and Space. [85–105]
Leighton, Dan Taigen

Curing with Kaji: Healing and Esoteric Empowerment in Japan. [107–30]
Winfield, Pamela D.

Rebirth in the Pure Land or God’s Sacrificial Lambs? Religious Interpretations of the Atomic Bombings in Hiroshima and Nagasaki. [131–59]
Miyamoto Yuki

Review of: Shimazono Susumu, “From Salvation to Spirituality: Popular Religious Movements in Modern Japan”. [161–63]
Metraux, Daniel A.

Review of: David Williams, “Defending Japan's Pacific War: The Kyoto School Philosophers and Post-White Power”. [163–166]
Heisig, James W.

Review of: Yukio Matsudo, “Nichiren, der Ausübende des Lotos-Sūtra”. [166–74]
Habito, Ruben L. F.

Review of: He Yansheng, trans., “Zheng fa yan zang” [Shōbōgenzō]. [175–77]
Liang Xiao-hong and Paul Swanson

Review of: Christopher S. Goto-Jones, “Political Philosophy in Japan: Nishida, the Kyoto School, and Co-Prosperity”. [178–180]
Heisig, James W.

Review of: Mark R. Mullins, ed., “Handbook of Christianity in Japan”. [181–85]
Reid, David

Review of: Susan L. Burns, “Before the Nation: Kokugaku and the Imagining of Community in Early Modern Japan”. [185–87]
Metraux, Daniel A.