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Abe, Ryūichi 1995
„Saichō and Kūkai: A conflict of interpretations.“ Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 22(1/2) (1995), S. 103–137. (Exzerpt.)
Abeli, Joanna 2011
Causes of piracy in medieval Japan. Michigan: Eastern Michigan University 2011. (Senior Honors Thesis Exzerpt.)
Adachi, Keijiro, Toshiharu Shinkai 新開 利治 1989
„Dosho−machis Medizin: eine historische Entwicklung.“ Kagaku to kyōiku = Chemical education, Vol.37 (5) (1989), S. 482-486.
Adams, Cassandra 1998
„Japan's Ise shrine and its thirteen-hundred-year-old reconstruction tradition.“ Journal of Architectural Education 52/1 (1998), S. 49-60.
Adolphson, Mikael 2000
The gates of power: Monks, courtiers, and warriors in premodern Japan. University of Hawai'i Press 2000.
Adolphson, Mikael S. 2007
The teeth and claws of the Buddha: Monastic warriors and sōhei in Japanese history. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press 2007.
Adolphson, Mikael S., Edward Kamens, Stacie Matsumoto (Hg.) 2007
Heian Japan, centers and peripheries. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press 2007.
Adolphson, Mikael S., Anne Commons 2015
„Blurring the lines: Repositioning the heike.“ In: Mikael S. Adolphson und Anne Commons (Hg.), Lovable Losers: The heike in action and memory. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press 2015, S. 1-14.
Adolphson, Mikael 2018
„Discourses on religious violence in premodern Japan.“ Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies 9/5 (2018), S. 149-162.
Akaba, Masaharu 2011
„Nihonkai de kōsakusuru minami to kita no dentō sōsen gijutsu.“ Kanagawa Daigaku kokusai jōmin bunka kenkyū kikō nenpō 神奈川大学 国際常民文化研究機構 年報 (2011), S. 73 - 93.
Akima, Toshio 1993
„The myth of the goddess of the undersea world and the tale of Empress Jingū’s subjugation of Silla.“ Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 20/2-3 (1993), S. 95-185.
Akimoto, Haruo 2006
„The Aum Cult leader Asahara's mental deviation and its social relations.“ Psychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences 60(1) (2006), S. 3-8.
Allen, Chizuko T. 2003
„Empress Jingū: A shamaness ruler in early Japan.“ Japan Forum, Vol 15(1) (2003), S. 81-98. (Exzerpt.)
Anderson, Richard W. 2002
„Jingū Kōgō Ema in Southwestern Japan: Reflections and anticipations of the seikanron debate in the late Tokugawa and early Meiji Period.“ Asian Ethnology 61(2) (2002), S. 247-270.
Andreeva, Anna 2017
„Childbirth in early medieval Japan: Ritual economies and medical emergencies in procedures during the day of the royal consort’s labor.“ In: Salguero, Pierce C. (Hg.), Buddhism and Medicine: An Anthology of Premodern Sources. New York: Columbia University Press 2017, S. 336-360.
Anesaki, Masaharu 1963
History of Japanese religion: with special reference to the social and moral life of the nation. Rutland VT: C.E. Tuttle Co. 1963.
Angane, Amey Y. 2017
„The divine madness: A history of schizophrenia.“ Annals of Indian Psychiatry 1/2 (2017), S. 133-135.
Antoni, Klaus 1982
Der weiße Hase von Inaba: Vom Mythos zum Märchen. Analyse eines japanischen, Mythos der ewigen Wiederkehr‘ vor dem Hintergrund altchinesischen und zirkumpazifischen Denkens. Wiesbaden: Franz Steiner Verlag 1982.
Antoni, Klaus 1986
„Zur historischen Legitimation des japanischen Anspruches auf die Ryûkyû-Inseln: Tametomo oder die Dämonie der Fremde.“ Oriens Extremus 30 (1983–1986) (1986), S. 85–119.
Antoni, Klaus 1988
Miwa - Der heilige Trank: Zur Geschichte und religiösen Bedeutung des alkoholischen Getränkes (sake) in Japan. Wiesbaden: Steiner 1988.
Aoki, Michiko Yamaguchi (Ü.) 1997
Records of wind and earth: A translation of fudoki with introduction and commentaries. (Monographs of the Association for Asian Studies, Bd. 53.) Ann Arbor, Mich.: Association for Asian Studies 1997.
Arai, Haruyoshi 1983
„Byōteki shūkyō taiken no kenkyū.“ Kyōrin Ikai Shi 杏林医会誌 14/3 (1983), S. 303–313. (Exzerpt.)
Arai, Paula 2011
Bringing zen home: The healing heart of Japanese women’s rituals. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press 2011.
Araki, James T. 1981
„Otogi-Zoshi and Nara-Ehon: A field of study in flux.“ Monumenta Nipponica 36/1 (1981), S. 1-20.
Arano, Yasunori 2005
„The formation of a japanocentric world order.“ International Journal of Asian Studies 2/2 (2005), S. 185-216. (Exzerpt.)
Arichi, Meri 2006
„Sannō miya mandara: The iconography of pure land on this earth.“ Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 33/2 (2006), S. 319–347. (Exzerpt.)
Arimizu, Hiroshi 1993
„Teppō denrai isetsu ni tsuite.“ Ōsaka gaikokugo daigaku ronshū 9 (1993), S. 257–264.
Astley, Trevor 1995
„The transformation of a recent japanese New Religion: Ryūhō Ōkawa and Kofuku no kagaku.“ Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 22/3-4 (1995), S. 343–380.
Aston, William George (Ü.) 1896
Nihongi: Chronicles of Japan from the earliest times to a.d. 697. London: Kegan Paul 1896. (Zahlreiche Neuauflagen, JHTI Onlineversion, Onlineversion (Wiki-Source).)
Aston, William George 1905
Shinto: The way of the gods. London: Longmans, Green 1905.
Averbuch, Irit 1998
„Shamanic dance in Japan: The choreography of possession in kagura performance.“ Asian Folklore Studies Vol. 57, No. 2 (1998), S. 293–329.
Azegami Naoki 2012
„Local shrines and the creation of ‘State Shinto’.“ Religion 42/1 (2012), S. 63–85.
Bailey, Don Clifford 1960
„Early Japanese lexicography.“ Monumenta Nipponica 16 (1960), S. 1-52.
Balltondre, Mònica 2020
„The historical understanding of female premodern possession: Problemizing some gender assumptions in the historiography on Teresa de Ávila and Jeanne des Anges.“ Women’s History Review 29/1 (2020), S. 125-141.
Bargen, Doris G. 1988
„Spirit possession in the context of dramatic expressions of gender conflict: The Aoi episode of the Genji monogatari.“ Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies 48/1 (1988), S. 95-130.
Bargen, Doris (Hg.) 1997
A woman's weapon: Spirit possession in the Tale of Genji. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press 1997.
Bathgate, Michael Robert 2001
The shapeshifter fox: The imagery of transformation and the transformation of imagery in Japanese religion and folklore. Chicago, Illinois: ProQuest Dissertations Publishing 2001.
Batten, Bruce Lloyd 2003
To the ends of Japan: Premodern frontiers, boundaries and interactions. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press 2003.
Bauer, Mikaël 2017
„Religion in Nara and Heian Japan.“ In: Karl F. Friday (Hg.), Routledge Handbook of Premodern Japanese History. London: Routledge 2017. (Exzerpt.)
Bellah, Robert N. 1974
„The contemporary meaning of Kamakura Buddhism.“ Journal of the American Academy of Religion 42/1 (1974), S. 3-17.
Bender, Ross 1978
„Metamorphosis of a deity: The image of Hachiman in Yumi yawata.“ Monumenta Nipponica 33/2 (1978), S. 165-178. (Exzerpt.)
Bender, Ross 1979
„The Hachiman cult and the Dōkyō incident.“ Monumenta Nipponica 34/2 (1979), S. 125-153. (Exzerpt.)
Bender, Ross 1980
The political meaning of the Hachiman cult in ancient and early medieval Japan. New York: Columbia University 1980. (Unveröffentlichte Dissertation, Exzerpt.)
Bender, Ross 2010
„Changing the calendar: Royal political theology and the suppression of the Tachibana Naramaro conspiracy of 757.“ Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 37/2 (2010), S. 223–245.
Bender, Ross (Ü.) 2012
„Shoku nihongi - The year tenpyō shōhō 1: A translation with introduction and annotations.“ PMJS Papers (, 18 June 2012 (2012), S. 2–29.
Bentley, John R. 2002
Historiographical trends in early Japan. New York: Edwin Mellen Press 2002.
Berg, Stephen 1989
Crow with no mouth: Ikkyū, 15th century zen master. US: Copper Canyon Press 1989.
Bia, Jesse 2019
„Regenerative medicine event: Cells, soybeans, and a repurposing of ritual in Japan.“ In: Aaron Parkhurst, Timothy Carroll (Hg.), Medical Materialities. London: Routledge 2019, S. 112-125.
Bialock, David T. 2007
Eccentric spaces, hidden histories: Narrative, ritual and royal authority from the chronicles of Japan to the tale of the Heike. Stanford: Stanford University Press 2007.
Bielefeldt, Carl 2007
„A discussion of seated zen.“ In: Donald S. Lopez (Hg.), Buddhism in Practice. Princeton University Press 2007, S. 147–156.
Birnbauer, Daniela 2017
„Das Leben und Wirken des Taniguchi Masaharu: Begründer der Neureligion Seichō no Ie.“ In: Bernhard Scheid (Hg.), Kamigraphie. Universität Wien 2017. (BA-Seminararbeit, Wintersemester 2016/17.)
Bitō, Masahide 1984
„Religion and society in the Edo period, as revealed in the thought of Motoori Norinaga.“ Modern Asian Studies, Vol.18(4) (1984), S. 581-592.
Blacker, Carmen 1975
„The blind medium.“ The Catalpa bow: a study of Shamanistic practices in Japan. London: Allen & Unwin 1975, S. 140-163. (Exzerpt.)
Blacker, Carmen 1984
„The religious traveller in the Edo period.“ Modern Asian Studies 18/4 (1984), S. 593-608. (Exzerpt.)
Bloom, Alfred 1968
„The life of Shinran Shonin: The journey to self-acceptance.“ Numen 15/1 (1968), S. 1-62.
Bloom, Phillip E. 2016
„Ghosts in the mists: The visual and the visualized in Chinese Buddhist art, ca. 1178.“ The Art Bulletin, Vol.98(3) (2016), S. 297-320.
Bock, Felicia G. 1974
„The rites of renewal at Ise.“ Monumenta Nipponica 29 (1974), S. 55–68.
Bockhold, Wolfgang (Ü.) 1982
Das Hachiman gudōkun als historische Quelle, insbesondere zu den Invasionen der Mongolen in Japan. Augsburg: Sofortdruck-Center Blasaditsch 1982. (Dissertation Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, München; s.a. Rezension Bockhold 1982.)
Bocking, Brian 2000
„Changing images of Shinto: Sanja takusen or the three oracles.“ In: John Breen und Mark Teeuwen (Hg.), Shinto in history: Ways of the kami. London: Curzon 2000, S. 167–185. (Exzerpt.)
Bodiford, William M. 2006
„Remembering Dōgen: Eiheiji and Dōgen hagiography.“ Journal of Japanese Studies 32 (1) (2006), S. 1-21.
Bohner, Hermann 1940
„Wake-no-Kiyomaro-den.“ Monumenta Nipponica 3/1 (1940), S. 240-273. (Exzerpt.)
Bohner, Hermann (Ü.) 1941
„Kamatari-den: Taishokukwan-den. Kaden, d.i. Haustraditionen (Des Hauses Fujiwara) Oberer (Band).“ Monumenta Nipponica 4/1 (1941), S. 207-245.
Boot, Willem Jan 1990
„The religious background of the deification of Tokugawa Ieyasu.“ In: Boscaro, Adriana u.a. (Hg.), Rethinking Japan. Vol. II. Social Sciences, Ideology & Thought. Kent: Japan Library 1990, S. 331-337. (Exzerpt.)
Boot, Willem Jan 2000
„The death of a Shogun: Deification in early modern Japan.“ In: Breen, John und Mark Teeuwen (Hg.), Shinto in history: Ways of the kami. London: Curzon 2000, S. 144-166. (Exzerpt.)
Borgen, Robert 1975
„The origins of the Sugawara: A history of the Haji family.“ Monumenta Nipponica 30/4 (1975), S. 405-422.
Borgen, Robert 1986
Sugawara no Michizane and the Early Heian Court. Harvard University Press 1986.
Borgen, Robert 1995
„Ο̄e no Masafusa and the spirit of Michizane.“ Monumenta Nipponica 50(3) (1995), S. 357-384.
Borup, Jørn 2008
Japanese rinzai zen Buddhism: Myōshinji, a living religion. Leiden, Boston: Brill 2008.
Bowring, Richard (Ü.) 1996
The Diary of Lady Murasaki. London: Penguin Books LTD 1996. (Ü. des Tagebuchs von Murasaki Shikibu, Heian-Zeit, und einleitender Artikel des Übersetzers Exzerpt.)
Boxer, Charles R. 1967
The Christian century in Japan: 1549-1650. Berkeley, Californien [u.a.]: University of California Press 1967.
Brannen, Noah S. 1964
„Sōka Gakkai's theory of value: An analysis.“ Contemporary Religions in Japan 10/1 (1964), S. 143-154.
Breen, John, Mark Teeuwen (Hg.) 2010
A new history of Shinto. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell 2010.
Brennan Ford, Barbara 1987
„The arts of Japan.“ The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, New Series 45/1 (1987), S. 4-56. (Grober geschichtlicher Überblick über japanische Kunst mit einigen Beispielen.)
Brindley, Erica 2009
„"The perspicuity of ghosts and spirits" and the problem of intellectual affiliations in early China.“ Journal of the American Oriental Society, Vol. 129(2) (2009), S. 215-236.
Brock, Karen L. 1992
„The making and remaking of "Miraculous origins of Mt. Shigi".“ Archives of Asian Art 45 (1992), S. 42-71.
Brownlee, John S. 1997
Japanese historians and the national myths, 1600-1945. Vancouver: UBC Press 1997.
Bryant, Edwin F. 2007
Krishna: a sourcebook. Oxford, New York: Oxford University Press 2007.
Buckley, Edmund 1895
Phallicism in Japan. Chicago: University of Chicago Press 1895. (Dissertation.)
Burgess, Adam, Mitsutoshi Horii 2012
„Risk, ritual and health responsibilisation: Japan’s ‘safety blanket’ of surgical face mask-wearing.“ Sociology of Health & Illness 34/8 (2012), S. 1184–1198. (Exzerpt.)
Burns, Susan L. 2019
Kingdom of the sick: A history of leprosy and Japan. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press 2019.
Bush, Susan 2016
„Labeling the creatures: Some problems in Han and six dynasties iconography.“ In: Jerome Silbergeld and Eugene Y. Wang (Hg.), The zoomorphic imagination in chinese art and culture. Honolulu: Univ. of Hawai'i Press 2016, S. 67-94.
Buswell, Robert 2005
Currents and countercurrents: Korean influences on the East Asian Buddhist traditions. Honolulu: Univ. of Hawai'i Press 2005.
Buswell, Robert E., David S. Lopez Jr. 2013
The Princeton dictionary of Buddhism. Princeton: Princeton University Press 2013.
Butler, Kenneth Dean 1966
„The textual evolution of the Heike monogatari.“ Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies 26 (1966), S. 5-51.
Butler, Lee A. 1996
„The way of Yin and Yang: A tradition revived, sold, adopted.“ Monumenta Nipponica, 51/2 (1996), S. 189–217. (Exzerpt.)
Carlqvist, Anders 2010
„The land-pulling myth and some aspects of historic reality.“ Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 37 (2) (2010), S. 185-222.
Carr, Kevin Gray 2012
Plotting the prince: Shotoku cults and the mapping of medieval Japanese Buddhism. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press 2012.
Cary, Otis 1976
A history of christianity in Japan: Roman Catholic, Greek Orthodox, and protestant missions. Rutland, Tokyo: Charles E. Tuttle Company, Inc. of Rutland, Vermont & Tokyo, Japan 1976.
Casal, Ugo A. 1958
Die sieben Glücksgötter: Shichifukujin. Wiesbaden: Otto Harrassowitz Kommissionsverlag 1958.
Casal, U. A. 1959
„The saintly Kôbô Daishi in popular Lore.“ Folklore Studies 18 (1959), S. 95-144.
Casal, Ugo Alfonso 1962
Hachiman, der Kriegsgott Japans. (Mitteilungen der deutschen Gesellschaft für Natur und Völkerkunde Ostasiens Band XLI, Teil D.) Wiesbaden: Otto Harrassowitz 1962. (Exzerpt.)
Chamberlain, Basil Hall 1902
Things Japanese: being notes on various subjects connected with Japan for the use of travellers and others. London: J. Murray, Kelly & Walsh Limited 1902. (Vierte Auflage.)
Chamberlain, Basil Hall (Ü.) 1932
Kojiki: Records of ancient matters. Kobe: J. L. Thompson & Co 1932. (Erste Auflage 1919, JHTI Onlineversion, Onlineversion.)
Chapin, Helen B. 1934
„The gion shrine and the gion festival.“ Journal of the American Oriental Society 3 (1934), S. 282-289.
Chapin, Helen 1945-1946
„Three early portraits of Bodhidharma.“ Archives of the Chinese Art Society of America 1 (1945-1946), S. 66-98.
Chih-hung, Yen 2007
„Imagined pure-lands of Bhaisajyaguru by Chinese and Tanguts.“ Journal of Inner Asian Art and Archaeology 2 (2007), S. 159-164.
Cieslik, Hubert 1974
„Reviewed Work(s): Franz Xaver. Sein Leben und seine Zeit.: Zweiter Band: Asien, 1541-1552; Dritter Teilband: Japan und China, 1549-1552. by Georg Schurhammer.“ Monumenta Nipponica, Vol. 29, No. 4 (1974), S. 498 - 501.
Clancey, George 2011
„Disasters as change agents: Three earthquakes and three Japans.“ EASTS 5/3 (2011), S. 395-401.
Clulow, Adam 2012
„The pirate and the warlord.“ Journal of Early Modern History 16/6 (2012), S. 523-542. (Exzerpt.)
Coaldrake, William H. 1996
Architecture and authority in Japan. London und New York: Routledge 1996.
Cobbing, Andreas 2009
Kyūshū, gateway to Japan: A concise history. Folkestone: Global Oriental 2009.
Cobbing, Andrew 2013
Hakata : The cultural worlds of northern Kyūshū. Leiden: Brill 2013.
Collcutt, Martin 1981
Five mountains: The rinzai zen monastic institution in medieval Japan.. Cambridge: Harvard University Press 1981.
Como, Michael 2005
„Silkworms and consorts in Nara Japan.“ Asian Folklore Studies 64 (2005), S. 111–131.
Como, Michael 2007
„Horses, dragons, and disease in Nara Japan.“ Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 34/2 (2007), S. 393–415.
Como, Michael 2009
Weaving and binding: Immigrant gods and female immortals in ancient Japan. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press 2009.
Cooper, Michael 1972
„The mechanics of the Macao-Nagasaki silk trade.“ Monumenta Nipponica 27/4 (1972), S. 423-433.
Cornutus, Heinz-Günther Nesselrath (Hg.) 2009
Die griechischen Götter: Ein Überblick über Namen, Bilder und Deutung. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck 2009. (Ü. von Fabio Berdozzo u.a..)
Coulmas, Florian 1994
„Eternal change at the grand shrine of Ise.“ Japan Quaterly 1 (1994), S. 36-43.
Crump, Thomas 1992
Japanese numbers game. London: Routledge 1992.
Czaja, Michael 1974
Gods of myth and stone: Phallicism in Japanese folk religion. New York: Weatherhill 1974.
Daniels, Inge Maria 2003
„Scooping, raking, beckoning luck: Luck, agency and the interdependence of people and things.“ In: Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland (Hg.), The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 9/4. 2003, S. 619-638.
Davidson, Ronald 1991
„Reflections on the Mahesvara subjugation myth: Indic materials, Sa-skya-pa apologetics, and the birth of Heruka.“ The Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies 14/2 (1991), S. 197–235.
Davidson, Ronald 2002
Indian esoteric Buddhism: A social history of the tantric movement. New York: Columbia University Press 2002.
Davis, F. Hadland 1912
Myths & legends of Japan. London: George G. Harrap & Company 1912.
de Visser, Marinus Willem 1913
The Dragon in China and Japan. Amsterdam: Johannes Müller 1913.
Deal, William E. 1999
„Nichiren´s Risshō ankoku ron and canon formation.“ Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 26/3-4 (1999), S. 325-348.
Deguchi, Isao, Eiichi Ono, Hino Iwao P. 1963
„Ōmoto (Great Foundation).“ Contemporary Religions in Japan 4/3 (1963), S. 230-249. (published by Nanzan University.)
Dobbins, James C. 1990
„The biography of Shinran: Apotheosis of a Japanese Buddhist visionary.“ History of Religions 30/2 (1990), S. 179-196. (Exzerpt.)
Dolce, Lucia 1999
„Criticism and appropriaton: Nichiren´s attitude toward Esoteric Buddhism.“ Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 26/3-4 (1999), S. 349-382.
Domenig, Glaudenz 2008
„Land of the gods beyond the boundary: Ritual landtaking and the horizontal world view.“ Japanese Religions 33/1&2 (2008), S. 1-17.
Dong, Ke 2010
„Nara jidai zengo ni okeru ekibyō ryūkō no kenkyū: ,Shoku Nihongi‘ ni miru ekibyō kanrei kiji o chūshin ni.“ Higashiajia bunka kōshō kenkyū 東アジア文化交渉研究 3 (2010), S. 489–509.
Donko, Wilhelm 2021
„Epidemien und Isolationspolitik in der Edo-Zeit.“ In: Bernhard Scheid (Hg.), Kamigraphie. Universität Wien 2021.
Dorman, Benjamin 2004
„SCAP's Scapegoat? The authorities, New Religions, and a postwar taboo.“ Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 31/1 (2004), S. 105-140.
Dostal, Alexandra 2017
„Deguchi Nao: Die Gründerin der japanischen Neureligion Ōmoto.“ In: Bernhard Scheid (Hg.), Kamigraphie. Universität Wien 2017. (BA-Seminararbeit, Wintersemester 2016/17.)
Drakakis, Athanasios 2011
„Onmyōdō and esoteric Buddhism.“ In: Stephen F. Teiser, Martin Kern, Timothy Brook (Hg.), Esoteric Buddhism and the Tantras in East Asia. (Handbook of Oriental Studies 4.) Leiden: Brill 2011, S. 683–690.
Drott, Edward 2010
„Gods, Buddhas, and organs Buddhist physicians and theories of longevity in early medieval Japan.“ Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 37/2 (2010), S. 247-273.
Dudbridge, Glen 1978
The legend of Miao-Shan. London: Ithaca Press 1978. (Neue Auflage in 2004.)
Dudbridge, Glen 1995
Religious experience and lay society in Tang China: A reading of Tai Fu's Kuang-i chi. Oxford: Cambridge University Press 1995. (Kapitel: "Mating with Spirits".)
Dumoulin, Heinrich 1961
„Die religiöse Metaphysik des japanischen Zen-Meisters Dōgen.“ Saeculum 12/1961 (1961), S. 205-236.
Dykstra, Yoshiko K. 1977
„Miraculous tales of the lotus sutra: The dainihonkoku hokkegenki.“ Monumenta Nipponica 32/2 (1977), S. 189-210. (siehe auch Literatur:Dykstra 1983.)
Eder, Matthias 1951
„Figürliche Darstellungen in der japanischen Volksreligion.“ Folklore Studies 10/2 (1951), S. 197-280. (Exzerpt.)
Eguchi, Shigeyuki 1991
„Between folk concepts of illness and psychiatric diagnosis: Kitsune-tsuki (fox possession) in a mountain village of Western Japan.“ Culture, Medicine and Psychiatry 15/4 (1991), S. 421-451. (Exzerpt.)
Ehrich, Kurt S. 1991
Shichifukujin - Die sieben Glücksgötter Japans: Ein Versuch über Genesis und Bedeutung volkstümlicher ostasiatischer Gottheiten. Recklingshausen: Aurel Bongers 1991. (Exzerpt; das verlinkte PDF beinhaltet den Abschnitt über Fukurokuju..)
Eliasberg, Danielle 1976
„Le Roman du pourfendeur de demons: Traduction annotée et commentaires.“ Annuaires de l'École pratique des hautes études, vol. 107, no. 1 (1976), S. 1047–1049.
Ellwood, Robert S. 1968
„Harvest and renewal at the Grand Shrine of Ise.“ Numen 15/3 (1968), S. 165-190.
Ellwood, Robert S. 1990
„The Sujin religious revolution.“ Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 17/2-3 (1990), S. 199-217.
Ellwood, Robert S. 1993
„A Japanese mythic trickster figure: Susa-no-o.“ In: William J. Hynes und William G. Doty (Hg.), Mythical trickster figures. Contours, contexts and criticism. M. Tuscaloosa: The University of Alabama Press 1993, S. 141-158.
Embree, John F. 1939
„Notes on the Indian god Gavagrīva (Godzu Tennō) in contemporary Japan.“ Journal of the American Oriental Society 59/1 (1939), S. 67-70.
English, Elizabeth 2002
Vajrayoginī - her visualizations, rituals & forms: A study of the cult of Vajrayoginī in India. Boston: Wisdom Publications 2002.
Entenmann, Robert 2010
„Women religious leaders in Japan's christian century, 1549-1650.“ Church History 79/4 (2010), S. 926-929.
Failla, Donatella 2006
„The god of wealth in western garb: Kawanabe Kyōsai's portrait of Edoardo Chiossone as Daikokuten.“ Monumenta Nipponica 61/2 (2006), S. 193-218.
Fairchild, William P. 1962
„Shamanism in Japan.“ Folklore Studies 21 (1962), S. 1-123.
Farris, William Wayne 1985
Population, disease and land in early Japan, 645-900. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard Univ. Pr. 1985.
Farris, William 1992
Heavenly warriors: the evolution of Japan's military, 500 - 1300. Cambridge: Harvard University Press 1992.
Farris, William Wayne 1993
„Diseases of the premodern period in Japan.“ In: Kenneth F. Kiple (Hg.), The Cambridge world history of human disease. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 1993, S. 376–385. (Exzerpt.)
Farris, William Wayne 2006
Japan's medieval population: Famine, fertility, and warfare in a transformative age. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press 2006. (Exzerpt.)
Farris, William Wayne 2009
Daily life and demographics in ancient Japan. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan 2009.
Faure, Bernard 1998
The red thread: Buddhist approaches to sexuality. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press 1998.
Faure, Bernard 2000
Visions of power: Imagening medieval Japanese Buddhism. Princeton, NJ: Princeton UP 2000.
Faure, Bernard 2012
„A religion in search of a founder?“ Cahiers d'Extrême-Asie 21 (2012), S. 1-19.
Faure, Bernard 2014
„Indic influences on Chinese mythology: King Yama and his acolytes as gods of destiny.“ In: John Kieschnick, Meir Shahar, (Hg.), India in the Chinese Imagination: Myth, Religion, and Thought. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press 2014, S. 46–60.
Feng, Yibin, Kayu Siu, Ning Wang, Kwan-Ming Ng, Sai-Wah Tsao, Tadashi Nagamatsu und Yao Tong 2009
„Bear bile: Dilemma of traditional medicinal use and animal protection.“ Journal of ethnobiology and ethnomedicine, 2009-01-12, Vol.5 (1) (2009), S. 1-9.
Fessler, Susanna 1996
„The nature of the kami: Ueda Akinari and Tandai shoshin roku.“ Monumenta Nipponica, Vol. 51, No. 1 (1996), S. 1-15.
Fichtberger, Victoria 2021
„Der Ursprung der Seuchengottheit Gozu Tennō.“ In: Bernhard Scheid (Hg.), Kamigraphie. Universität Wien 2021.
Florenz, Karl 1900
„Ancient Japanese rituals: Part IV.“ Transactions of the Asiatic Society of Japan XXVII (1900), S. 1-112.
Florenz, Karl (Ü.) 1901
Nihongi: Japanische Mythologie. (Mittheilungen d. Dt. Ges. f. Natur- und Völkerkunde Ostasiens, IV.) Tokyo: Hobunsha 1901. (Ü. von Nihon shoki, Götterzeitalter nebst Auszügen aus Kojiki und fudoki.)
Florenz, Karl 1906
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