Japan and Its World: Two Centuries of Change (Hardback)Marius B. Jansen (author)
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Long recognized as an authority on Japanese history, Marius Jansen synthesizes a lifetime of scholarship in this landmark book. Bringing together the series of Brown and Haley lectures delivered in 1975 at the University of Puget Sound, Japan and Its World continues to be a source of insight for anyone interested in the changing ideas the Japanese have had of themselves, the United States, and the Western world during the past two centuries.
Publisher: Princeton University Press
Number of pages: 142
Dimensions: 203 x 127 mm
Edition: Revised edition
Jansen, one of the most prolific and stimulating western historians of Japan, has produced a remarkable, comprehensive but at the same time amazingly compact study of Japan's changing attitudes to the world.---Jean-Pierre Lehmann, History
No other Western scholar has written so extensively or so mastered the literature on aspects of this subject.---Kenneth B. Pyle, Journal of Asian Studies
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