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Carmen Blacker. Scholar of Japanese Religion, Myth and Folklore. Writings and Reflections
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Carmen Blacker. Scholar of Japanese Religion, Myth and Folklore. Writings and Reflections

ISBN 978-1-898823-56-8

Hugh Cortazzi with James McMullen and Mary-Grace Browning (eds)

£50.00

978-1-898823-56-8 [Symbol] Hardback [Symbol] 400pp + 16pp col. Plates [Symbol]   £50.00   

January 2017  

E- book: 978-1-898823-57-5  

[C o-published with SISJAC-The Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Culture s]  

The volume includes  a wide selection of writings from distinguished scholars such as Donald Keene and Peter Kornicki , and her former pupils James McMullen and John Breen  in celebration of her work and legacy , together with various essays and papers by Carmen Blacker herself that have hitherto not been widely available.   

 

In addition to her scholarship, Carmen Blacker was also highly regarded for her work in promoting Japanese Studies at Cambridge and played a vital r ole in helping to re-establish The Japan Society, London, post-war.