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Bibliography on the history of Japanese German studies

Compiled by Michael Mandelartz

The bibliography is expanded from time to time. I am grateful for additional information. In this case, please write me an e-mail.

  1. Maeda, Ryozo: Myths, Media, Mediocrites. On the formation of the scientific culture of German studies in Japan. Paderborn: Fink 2010. 336 pp.
  2. Takahashi, Teruaki: Japanese German studies on the way to a contrastive cultural comparative study. History, theory and case studies. Munich: Fink 2006. 315 pp.
  3. Kimura, Naoji: The East-West Goethe. German language culture in Japan. Bern et al .: Peter Lang 2006. 662 S. Darin et al .:
    1. Introduction: German Studies from an East Asian Perspective, pp. 17-64
    2. Goethe on the way to the Far East, pp. 91-114
    3. Mori Ogai as a pioneer in the reception of Goethe in East Asia, pp. 115-140
    4. Goethe's significance for the Japanese educational tradition, pp. 195-226
    5. The political aestheticism of the so-called Japanese Romantic School, pp. 227-254
    6. Goethe's Elective Affinities and Japanese Romanticism, pp. 255-278
    7. Literary translation as canon formation, pp. 279-300
    8. National Socialist Poetry in Japanese Translation, pp. 389-406
    9. Renunciation for the totalitarian state. Goethe's state idea in Japan in the 1930s, pp. 425-444
    10. Japanese research on Goethe in the shadow of national literary studies, pp. 559-590
  4. Fujii, Akihiko: Translations of German-language literary works into Japanese. An overview. 2005 (PDF file on the website of the Japanese Society for German Studies)
  5. Kimura, Naoji: Japanese research on Goethe in the shadow of national literary studies. In: Files of the X. International Germanist Congress Vienna 2000: Turn of the times - German studies on the way from the 20th to the 21st century. Edited by Peter Wiesinger. Among employees by Hans Derkits, Vol. 11: Translation and literary studies. Bern et al .: Lang 2003, pp. 271-276
  6. Koshina, Yoshio: Working Methods in Japanese German Studies. In: Gete Nenkan (= Goethe Yearbook) [Yearbook of the Goethe Society in Japan] 45, 2003, pp. 205-213 (lecture from 1970)
  7. Maeda, Ryozo: Intellectual History as a Strategy. Japanese German Studies 1925-1965. In: Files of the X. International Germanist Congress Vienna 2000: Turn of the times - German studies on the way from the 20th to the 21st century. Edited by Peter Wiesinger. Among employees by Hans Derkits, Vol. 11: Translation and literary studies. Bern et al .: Lang 2003, pp. 265-270
  8. Shigeto, Minoru: History of German Linguistics in Japan and its Future in Asia. In: New Contributions to German Studies 1, Autumn 2002, pp. 107-116
  9. Lili. Zeitschrift für Literaturwissenschaft und Linguistik 32, H. 127, Sept. 2002: Germanistik in Ostasien - table of contents and abstracts of the booklet. In this:
    1. Hirao, Kozo: German Medieval Studies in Japan. History, status and problems
    2. Iwasaki, Eijiro: Studies on the German Language in Japan. A sketchy description of their story
    3. Tsunekawa, Takao: Literary Studies in Japan. An overview of the last 20 years, pp. 38-57
  10. Watanabe, Manabu: German Linguistics in Japan 1970-1979. A historiographical review. In: Yearbook for International German Studies 34, 2002, p. ??
  11. Maeda, Ryozo: bodies rebel, texts dream. Discourses of knowledge and German studies in Japan 1968-1980. In: Yearbook for International German Studies 33, 2001, pp. 63-80
  12. Kimura, Naoji: Goethe's Way to the Far East. In: Gete Nenkan (= Goethe Yearbook) [Yearbook of the Goethe Society in Japan] 42, 2000, pp. 7-23
  13. Kimura, Naoji: The National Socialist Poetry in Japanese Translation. In: Julia Bertschik, Elisabeth Emter, Johannes Graf (Eds.): Productivity of the Opposite. Festschrift for Horst Denkler. Tübingen 2000, pp. 149-160
  14. Weber, Beate (Red.): Mori Ôgai as a trailblazer for the reception of Goethe in Japan. Berlin: Mori-Ôgai Memorial 1999
  15. Mandelartz, Michael / Yamamoto, Akihiko: The Japanese university reform of the 90s and its effects on German studies. In: German as a Foreign Language in Korea [Journal of the Korean Society for German as a Foreign Language], issue 4, August 1999, pp. 226-247
  16. Wuthenow, Ralph-Rainer: German Studies in Japan. In: On the history and problems of national philologies in Europe. 150 years of the first meeting of Germanists in Frankfurt am Main (1846 - 1996). Edited by Frank Fürbeth et al. Tübingen: Niemeyer 1999, pp. 945-952
  17. Doitsubungaku - Die Deutsche Literatur [Journal of the Japanese Society for German Studies] 100, Spring 1998. In it:
    1. Naka, Naoichi: On the Origin and Development of Japanese German Studies (p. 4-12)
    2. Kamimura, Naoki: Discussion about the German-Japanese dictionaries at the end of the Meiji period (pp. 13-23)
    3. Itoda, Soichiro: Beginning of modernization of Japanese theater. Reform and tradition (pp. 24-35)
    4. Miyashita, Keizo: The Attractiveness of Poetry and Education. How the Japanese discovered the magic of German literature (pp. 36-45)
    5. Tanigawa, Michiko: Tokyo - Berlin - Moscow. The artistic and ideological endeavors of the Japanese theater people between the two world wars (pp. 46-55)
    6. Hosomi, Kazuyuki: The Future of. Yojûrô Yasuda and German literature (pp. 56-63)
    7. Seki, Kusuo: Japan's German Studies under Fascism (pp. 64-76)
    8. Oguri, Hiroshi: The spiritual vacuum and German studies of the Japanese post-war period (pp. 77-91)
    9. Hatsumi, Motoi: Between Theoretical and Non-Theoretical. An aspect of reading Lukács in Japan (pp. 92-104)
    10. Kaji, Tetsuro: The interpretation inherent in the work and Japanese German studies of the 50s and 60s (pp. 105-114)
    11. Onuki, Atsuko: Dialectics of Criticism. Review of the turbulent times around 1968 (p. 115-123)
    12. Hosaka, Kazuo: United Germany and German Studies in Japan (pp. 124-133)
    13. Mori, Mitsuaki: On the discussion of German lessons in Japan (pp. 134-141)
  18. Kimura, Naoji: Beyond Weimar. Goethe's way to the Far East. Bern, Berlin, Frankfurt a. M. etc .: Lang 1997 (2nd unchanged edition 2001) 524 pp. (= Euro-Sinica, 8). In it, inter alia:
    1. The reception of Goethe in Japan (p. 1-16)
    2. Goethe's effects in Japan (pp. 57-74)
    3. An overview of Japanese German studies (pp. 138-154)
    4. Japanese editions of Goethe as milestones in Goethe reception (p. 374-386)
    5. Reception of 'heroic' German literature in Japan 1933-45 (p. 129-151)
  19. Kimura, Naoji: Goethe's significance for the Japanese educational tradition. In: Language, literature and communication in the face of cultural change. Festschrift for Eijiro Iwasaki. Tokyo 1997, pp. 427-440
  20. Ammon, Ulrich (Ed.): The German language in Japan. Use and study. Munich: Iudicium 1994. Therein:
    1. Naka, Naoichi: The Beginnings of German Studies in Japan (pp. 237-248)
    2. Nakajima, Yuji: The Current Situation of German Studies in Japan (p. 249-258)
  21. Akai, Keiji (Ed.): Old German Studies in Japan. Göppingen: Kümmerle 1993 (= Göppinger works on German studies, 583). In this:
    1. Akai, Keiji: The Situation of Ancient German Studies in Japan (pp. 2-12)
    2. Suzawa, Toru: Middle High German Language in Japan. On the state of research in linguistic medieval studies in Japan (pp. 32-39)
  22. Watanabe, Manabu: Wilhelm von Humboldt in Japan. Comments from the perspective of a Japanese Germanist. In: Schmitter, Peter (Ed.): Multum - non multa? Studies in the work of Wilhelm von Humboldt. With the edition of two previously unpublished texts from Humboldt's Basque workbooks. Münster: Nodus. 1991 (= Study of Linguistics, Supplement, 14), pp. 149-168
  23. Akai, Keiji: German Studies in Japan. In: Al Harafisch. Contributions to Arabic and German literature and language. Festschrift for Moustafa Maher. Edited by Alaaeldin Hilmi and Ursula Müller-Speiser. Stuttgart: Heinz 1990 (= Stuttgart work on German studies, 242), pp. 103-114
  24. Koshina, Yoshio: German Language and Literature in the Historical Change of Modern Japan. In: German Language and Literature in Japan. A historical review. Exhibition for the IVG Congress in Tokyo. Editors: Yoshio Koshina, Teruaki Takahashi, Naoichi Naka and Mayumi Ito. Tokyo: Ikubundo 1990, pp. 7-44
  25. Matsushita, Taeko: Reception of the literature of the Third Reich in the context of the culture-specific and cultural-political conditions of Japan 1933-1945. Saarbrücken, Fort Lauderdale 1989 (Studies in Intercultural Communication, 7). - Review by Ruth Römer in: ZfdPh 112, 1993, pp. 317-318
  26. Hayashi, Mutsumi: On the past and present of German studies in Japan. In: Impulse 11, 1988, pp. 5-24
  27. Journal for German Studies 9, 1988. In it:
    1. Koshina, Yoshio: On the current situation of Japanese German studies (p. 24-33)
    2. Iwabuchi, Tatsuji: Change Brecht if you can change Brecht! Brecht reception in Japan from the perspective of theater practice (p. 64 ff.)
    3. Usami, Yukihiko: Heine reception in the 20s and 30s in Japan (p. 74 ff.)
  28. Kimura, Naoji: An overview of Japanese German studies. In: Yearbook for international German studies 20, 1988, no. 1, pp. 138-154
  29. Hayashi, Matsumi: On the past and present of German studies in Japan. In: Bulletin of the Graduate Division of Literature of Waseda University 32, 1986, pp. 105-116
  30. Gete Nenkan (= Goethe Yearbook) [Yearbook of the Goethe Society in Japan] 20, 1978. In it:
    1. Sagara, Morio: The Goethe Society in Japan and the Goethe Yearbook - A Review
    2. Takahashi, Kenji: Goethe Research in Japan - Before the War
    3. Tobari, Masami: Goethe research after 1945

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