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PAJLS, Vol. 1, Summer, 2000

PAJLS (Proceedings of the Japanese Literary Studies), vol. 1

(Summer, 2000) has been recently published. It is the proceedings of the 1999 AJLS annual meeting at Colorado.
Here is a copy of the table of contents.

Issues of Canonicity and Canon Formation in Japanese Literary Studies

Stephen D. Miller, Editor
Sandy Adler, Production Editor

Foreword. Stephen D. Miller v
KEYNOTE ADDRESSES

Izumi Kyoka no sakuhin no Nihonteki tokucho ni tsuite.
Kubota Jun3

Uta no unmei. Takahashi Mutsuo15

From Canon Formation to Evaluational Reformation: Manyo, Genji, Basho.
Suzuki Sadami25

OUTSIDERS ON THE INSIDECOKINAWAN, RESIDENT KOREAN, COLONIAL, AND BURAKU LITERATURE AND THE CANON

Dilution or Diversification--Okinawan Works and the Akutagawa Prize.
Kirsten Cather 47

Shimazaki Toson's Hakai : (Re)writing and (Re)reading the Canon.
Sayuri Oyama 59

Between Anxiety and Celebration: Resident Korean Writers and the Japanese Literary Canon.
Melissa Wender 77

GENRE, POETICS, AND MODERNITY IN CONSTRUCTION OF JAPANESE LITERARY TRADITION

Canonization and Commodification: Illustrations to the Tales of Ise in the Modern Era.
Joshua S. Mostow89

The Strange Fate of Monogatari after the Genji: The Genealogy of the Term "Giko," from Style to Subgenre.
Robert Omar Khan121

The Tale of the Heike: Its Modern Critics and the Medieval Past.
David T. Bialock141

Poetic Essence (Hon'i) as Japanese Literary Canon.
Haruo Shirane 153

The Discourse of "Makoto" and the Canonization of Tokugawa Waka.
Peter Flueckiger 165

Aesthetic Politics and Literary History: Shinkokinshu and Kazamaki Keijiro.
Masaaki Kinugasa 177

CONCEALMENT OF POLITICS/POLITICS OF CONCEALMENT

De-Politicization of Literature: Social Darwinism and Interiority.
Atsuko Ueda 185

"Samurai" Fantasies in Late-Nineteenth-Century
James Reichert 193

Shiga Naoya no "bungakusei": "Bungaku" no kaishaku kodo.
Oono Ryoji 207

Proletarian Literature Reconsidered. Heather Bowen-Struyk 221

Hell at Home: Nakagami Kenji and the Discovery of Arthur Rimbaud.
Eve Zimmerman233

COUNTERFEITS, CANNIBALS, AND CRUSADERS: REINVENTING "CLASSICS" FROM THE INSIDE OUT

Fabricating Teika: The Usagi Forgeries and Their Authentic Influence.
Paul S. Atkins249

Cannibalizing Memory: Teika, Sanetaka, and Fujioka's Sagoromo.
Charo B. D'Etcheverry 259

Political License and the Poetic Canon of the Imperial Waka Anthologies.
Stefania Burk 269

NUNS, FARMERS, AND CHOCOLATIERS: ADAPTATIONS OF THE CANON ACROSS TIME AND SPACE IN JAPANESE POETRY

In His Footsteps: Shokyu-ni and the Canonization of Basho.
Roger K. Thomas 287

Shiki ariki Nohon-shugi: Reconsiderations of the Haiku Canon by Japanese-Brazilian Farm Poets.
Nobuko Adachi 305

"Chocolate Translations," "Bittersweet Revolutions," and "Tanka and Photo": Tawara Machi's New Renditions of Midaregami and Questions of Canonicity in Modern Japanese Classical Poetry.
James Stanlaw 329

ISSUES OF CANONICITY FROM MEIJI TO TODAY

The Canonicity of Yosano Akiko's Midaregami.
Leith Morton 363

The Boundaries of the Japaneseness Between "Nihon bungaku" and "Nihongo bungaku."
Faye Yuan Kleeman 377

Discovering and Textualizing Memory: The Tsuioku Shosetsu of Naka Kansuke and Takahashi Mutsuo.
Jeffrey Angles 389

From the Margins of the Canon: Kikuchi Yuho and the Katei Shosetsu.
Ken K. Ito405

In Search of Insignificance? Modern Literary Anthologies, Premodern Genres, and the Failed Canonization of Uchida Hyakken.
Rachel DiNitto 417

EARLY SITINGS AND CODIFICATIONS OF A CLASSICAL LITERARY CANON

Strangers Within: Noin shu and the Canonical Status of Private Poetry Collections.
Stephen M. Forrest 431

Women, Readerly Response, and the Problem of Imitation: Mumyozoshi and the Vexed Beginnings of the Monogatari Canon.
Edith Sarra 447

Rengashi Sogi no koten kenkyu (The Kokinshu Commentaries and the Classical Studies of Renga Master Sogi).
Sook Young Wang 471

"Siting Translation": Translation and Classical Japanese Literary Canon Formation in the United States .
Lynne K. Miyake 487

Developing a Rakugo Canon and the Parodic Use of Canonical Texts in Rakugo .
Patricia Welch 503

From Modernist Outsiders to the New Canon Writers: Japanese Modernist Writers in Contemporary Japanese Literary Canonization.
Junko Ikezu Williams 521

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