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dc.contributor.authorYamaji, Aizan
dc.description.abstractEssays on the Modern Japanese Church (Gendai Nihon kyokai shiron), published in 1906, was the first Japanese-language history of Christianity in Meiji Japan. Yamaji Aizan’s firsthand account describes the reintroduction of Christianity to Japan—its development, rapid expansion, and decline—and its place in the social, political, and intellectual life of the Meiji period. Yamaji’s overall argument is that Christianity played a crucial role in shaping the growth and development of modern Japan.
dc.relation.ispartofseriesMichigan Monograph Series in Japanese Studies
dc.rightsopen access
dc.subject.otherSociety and social sciences
dc.subject.otherMedical anthropology
dc.subject.otherVeterinary medicine: infectious diseases and therapeutics
dc.titleEssays on the Modern Japanese Church
dc.title.alternativeChristianity in Meiji Japan
oapen.imprintU of M Center For Japanese Studies
oapen.pages207 proposal was selected by the acquisitions editor who invited a full manuscript. The full manuscript was reviewed by two external readers using a double-blind process. Based on the acquisitions editor recommendation, the external reviews, and their own analysis, the Executive Committee (Editorial Board) of U-M Press approved the project for publication.en_US text
peerreview.reviewer.typeExternal peer reviewer
peerreview.publish.responsibilityScientific or Editorial Board

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