Published March 15, 2008
by Harvard University Asia Center .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||409|
In the last six decades, the demands placed upon postwar democracy have shifted considerably—from social protest through high economic growth to Japan’s relations in Asia—and the meanings of the war shifted with them. This book unravels the political dynamics that governed the place of war memory . War Memory and Social Politics in Japan, – – By Franziska Seraphim. Louis G. Perez. Illinois State University. Search for more papers by this author. Louis G. Perez. Illinois State University. Search for more papers by this author. First published: 03 September War Memory and Social Politics in Japan, by Franziska Seraphim, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.4/5(18). Franziska Seraphim's War Memory and Social Politics in Japan, , examines how civic organizations in postwar Japan shaped, and were shaped by, the process of constructing public memories of World War II.
F. Seraphim, War Memory and Social Politics in Japan, Cambridge: Harvard University Asia Center, War Memory and Social Politics in Japan, (review) Article in Philosophy East and West 62(2) January with 12 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Christopher Ives. of War-bereaved Families. Between God and Man (Kinoshita), Between War and Peace (film), Bikini fishing boat incident (), Bill of Rights, 38, 40, Bill Outlining a Popular Movement to Build a New Japan, biological experiments, 10, ; Unit (Manchuria), –88, – Bloody May Day, Blueprint for a New. 图书War Memory and Social Politics in Japan, 介绍、书评、论坛及推荐Author: Franziska Seraphim.
Overall, this well-written book is a reliable and balanced account of postwar Japan's attempts to deal with its recent past and a must read for anyone interested in Japanese attitudes to the Asia-Pacific War or the politics of memory in postwar and contemporary : Sven Saaler. JAPAN'S CONTESTED WAR MEMORIES: The "Memory Rifts" in Historical Consciousness of WWII, by Philip A. Seaton. Routledge, , pp., £75 (cloth) Ste. War memory and social politics in Japan, [Franziska Seraphim] -- This text unravels the political dynamics in that governed the place of war memory in public life. Far from reconciling with the victims of imperialism, conservative administrations have left the. Japan has long wrestled with the memories of World War II. Franziska Seraphim traces the activism of five civic organizations to examine the ways in which diverse organized memories have secured legitimate niches within the public sphere.