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植民地朝鮮と宗教:帝国史, 国家神道,固有信仰. Shokuminchi Chōsen to shūkyō: Teikoku shi, kokka shintō, koyū shinkō [Colonial ...

植民地朝鮮と宗教:帝国史, 国家神道,固有信仰. Shokuminchi Chōsen to shūkyō: Teikoku shi, kokka shintō, koyū shinkō... Book Reviews 203 These points, however, do not detract from a forensically researched, exten- sively notated, comprehensive work of scholarship which will take its place at the apex of Tonghak/Ch’ŏndogyo publications, in any language. George Kallander is to be congratulated on producing a work that should be required reading in any course, at any level, in Korean and/or East Asian Studies. Paul Beirne Professor Emeritus, MCD University of Divinity 教 国 国 植民地朝鮮と宗 :帝 史, 家神道,固有信仰. Shokuminchi Chōsen to shūkyō: Teikoku shi, kokka shintō, koyū shinkō [Colonial Korea and religion: impe- rial history, state Shinto, and indigenous beliefs]. Edited by 磯前順一 Isomae Jun’ichi and 尹海東 Yun Haedong. Tōkyō: Sangensha, 2013, 369 p. In February 2012, Korean and Japanese scholars gathered at the International Research Center for Japanese Studies to attend a symposium on ‘‘Colonial Korea and Religion: Toward a New Narrative of Transnational Imperial History.’’ The book under review here is the result of the collaborative research presented at that conference. Edited by Isomae Jun’ichi and Yun Haedong, the book is a collection of eleven articles by Japanese and Korean scholars from such fields as religion, history, literature, and anthropology. The articles are grouped into five sections: ‘‘The Concept http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Korean Religions University of Hawai'I Press

植民地朝鮮と宗教:帝国史, 国家神道,固有信仰. Shokuminchi Chōsen to shūkyō: Teikoku shi, kokka shintō, koyū shinkō [Colonial ...

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Book Reviews 203 These points, however, do not detract from a forensically researched, exten- sively notated, comprehensive work of scholarship which will take its place at the apex of Tonghak/Ch’ŏndogyo publications, in any language. George Kallander is to be congratulated on producing a work that should be required reading in any course, at any level, in Korean and/or East Asian Studies. Paul Beirne Professor Emeritus, MCD University of Divinity 教 国 国 植民地朝鮮と宗 :帝 史, 家神道,固有信仰. Shokuminchi Chōsen to shūkyō: Teikoku shi, kokka shintō, koyū shinkō [Colonial Korea and religion: impe- rial history, state Shinto, and indigenous beliefs]. Edited by 磯前順一 Isomae Jun’ichi and 尹海東 Yun Haedong. Tōkyō: Sangensha, 2013, 369 p. In February 2012, Korean and Japanese scholars gathered at the International Research Center for Japanese Studies to attend a symposium on ‘‘Colonial Korea and Religion: Toward a New Narrative of Transnational Imperial History.’’ The book under review here is the result of the collaborative research presented at that conference. Edited by Isomae Jun’ichi and Yun Haedong, the book is a collection of eleven articles by Japanese and Korean scholars from such fields as religion, history, literature, and anthropology. The articles are grouped into five sections: ‘‘The Concept

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Journal of Korean ReligionsUniversity of Hawai'I Press

Published: Nov 28, 2013

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