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Westliche Literatur

Allgemeine Werke

  • Abeli, Joanna 2011
    Causes of piracy in medieval Japan. Michigan: Eastern Michigan University 2011. (Senior Honors Thesis Exzerpt.)
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Arano, Yasunori 2005
    „The formation of a japanocentric world order.“ International Journal of Asian Studies 2/2 (2005), S. 185-216. (Exzerpt.)
  • 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.
  • 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.)
  • Boxer, Charles R. 1967
    The Christian century in Japan: 1549-1650. Berkeley, Californien [u.a.]: University of California Press 1967.
  • 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.)
  • Carlqvist, Anders 2010
    „The land-pulling myth and some aspects of historic reality.“ Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 37 (2) (2010), S. 185-222.
  • Clulow, Adam 2012
    „The pirate and the warlord.“ Journal of Early Modern History 16/6 (2012), S. 523-542. (Exzerpt.)

Chudy, Robert John (1973). Pirates and local politics: A study of the relationship between the wako and Ouchi in the 14th Century.

  • Cobbing, Andreas 2009
    Kyūshū, gateway to Japan: A concise history. Folkestone: Global Oriental 2009.
  • Cooper, Michael 1972
    „The mechanics of the Macao-Nagasaki silk trade.“ Monumenta Nipponica 27/4 (1972), S. 423-433.
  • de Visser, Marinus Willem 1913
    The Dragon in China and Japan. Amsterdam: Johannes Müller 1913.
  • Fogel, Joshua A. 2007
    Crossing the Yellow Sea : Sino-Japanese cultural contacts ; 1600 - 1950. Norwalk, Connecticut: EastBridge 2007.
  • Grapard, Allan Georges 1994
    „Rites de voyage: Redressing Hachiman's appearance.“ In: Francois Macé, e.a. (Hg.), Mélanges offerts à René Sieffert. Paris: Institut national des langues et civilisations orientales 1994, S. 335–352. (Sonderband der Zeitschrift Cipango, Festschrift. Kritische Auseinandersetzung mit Literatur:Kanda 1985.)
  • Grapard, Allan G. 2003
    „The source of oracular speech: Absence? Presence? Or plain treachery? The case of Hachiman Usa-gūgotakusenshū.“ In: Rambelli Teeuwen (Hg.), Buddhas and kami in Japan: Honji Suijaku as a combinatory. London: Routledge 2003, S. 77-94.
  • Green, Ronald Steve 2003
    Kūkai - founder of Japanese Shingon Buddhism : portraits of his life. Ann Arbor, Michigan: UMI Diss. Services 2003.
  • Hazard, Benjamin H. 1967
    „The formative years of the wakō, 1223-63.“ Monumenta Nipponica 22/3-4 (1967), S. 260-277. (Exzerpt.)
  • Hyungsub, Moon 2009
    „The Matsura pirate-warriors of northwestern Kyūshū in the Kamakura Age.“ In: Berger et al. (Hg.), Currents in medieval Japanese history: essays in honor of Jeffrey P. Mass. Los Angeles: Figueroa Press 2009, S. 363-399.
  • Igawa, Kenji 2010
    „At the Crossroads: Limahon and Wakō in Sixteenth-Century Philippines.“ In: Robert J. Antony (Hg.), Elusive pirates, pervasive smugglers: Violence and clandestine trade in the Greater China Seas. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press 2010, S. 73-84. (Exzerpt.)
  • Jie, Tong 2011
    „New research on the cause of the prevalence of great wako raids of Chia-Ching Era.“ Chinese Social History Review (2011).
  • Kanda, Christine Guth 1985
    Shinzō: Hachiman imagery and its development. Cambridge, Massachussets u.a.: Harvard University Press 1985. (Exzerpt.)
  • Kang, David C. 2007
    „Stability and hierarchy in East Asian international relations, 1300–1900 CE.“ In: Stuart J. Kaufman (Hg.), Balance of power in world history. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan 2007, S. 199-227.
  • Kang, David C. 2008
    War and peace in early modern East Asia: Hierarchy and legitimacy in international systems. Hanover: Dartmouth College 2008.
  • Kang, Etsuko Hae-Jin 1997
    Diplomacy and ideology in Japanese-Korean relations. Basingstoke: Macmillan 1997.
  • Katō, Hidetoshi 1981
    „The significance of the period of national seclusion reconsidered.“ Journal of Japanese Studies 7/1 (1981), S. 85-109. (Exzerpt.)
  • Kawazoe, Shōji 1990
    „Japan and East Asia.“ In: Kozo Yamamura (Hg.), The Cambridge History of Japan, Vol. 3. Cambridge, et al.: Cambridge University Press 1990, S. 396-446. (Exzerpt Ü.: G. Cameron Hurst III.)
  • Kitagawa, Joseph M. 1990
    „Some reflections on Japanese religion and its relationship to the imperial system.“ Japanese Journal of Religious Studies Vol. 17, No. 2/3 (1990), S. 129-178.
  • Kondo, Osamu 1985
    „Japan and the Indian Ocean at the time of the Mughal Empire, with special reference to Gujarat.“ Faculty of Letters review, Otemon Gakuin University 追手門学院大学文学部紀要 19 (1985), S. 53-65.
  • Kuroda, Toshio 1996
    „The discourse on the ,Land of kami‘ (Shinkoku) in medieval Japan: National consciousness and international awareness.“ Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 23/3-4 (1996), S. 353-385. (Exzerpt.)
  • Laver, Michael S. 2008
    Japan's economy by proxy in the seventeenth century: China the Netherlands, and the Bakufu. Amherst, N.Y: Cambria Press 2008.
  • Law, Jane Marie 1994
    „Violence, ritual reenactment, and ideology: The ,Hōjō-e‘ of the Usa Hachiman Shrine in Japan.“ History of Religions 33/4 (1994), S. 325-357. (Exzerpt.)
  • Maloni, Ruby 1991
    „Piracy in Indian waters in the seventeenth century.“ Proceedings of the Indian History Congress, Vol. 52 (1991), S. 410-415.
  • Marder, Arthur J. 1945
    „From Jimmu Tennō to Perry: Sea power in early Japanese history.“ The American Historical Review 51/1 (1945), S. 1-34. (s.a. Exzerpt.)
  • Miyamoto, Kazuo 1975
    Vikings of the Far East. New York: Vantage Press 1975.
  • Miyazaki, Fumiko 1992
    „Religious life of the Kamakura Bushi: Kumagai Naozane and his descendants.“ Monumenta Nipponica 47/4 (1992), S. 435-467.
  • Na, Jongwoo 2009
    „Were the wako pirate groups controlled by Japanese tribal clans?“ In: Tongbuga Yŏksa Chaedan (Hg.), The foreseen and the unforeseen in historical relations between Korea and Japan. Seoul: Northeast Asian History Foundation 2009, S. 94–101. (Exzerpt.)
  • Petrucci, Maria Grazia 2010
    „Pirates, Gunpowder, and Christianity in Late Sixteenth-Century Japan.“ In: Robert J. Antony (Hg.), Elusive pirates, pervasive smugglers: Violence and clandestine trade in the Greater China Seas. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press 2010, S. 59-71. (Exzerpt.)
  • Rambelli, Fabio 1996
    „Religion, ideology of domination, and nationalism: Kuroda Toshio on the discourses of shinkoku.“ Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 23/3-4 (1996), S. 387-426. (Exzerpt.)
  • Rossabi, Morris 1988
    Khubilai Khan : his life and times. Berkeley, Calif. [u.a.]: Univ. of California Press 1988.
  • Sajima, Naoko, Kyochi Tachikawa 2009
    Japanese sea power: A maritime nation’s struggle for identity. Canberra: Sea Power Centre 2009.
  • Scheid, Bernhard 2014
    „Shōmu Tennō and the Deity from Kyushu: Hachiman’s Initial Rise to Prominence.“ Japan Review 27 (2014) (2014), S. 31–51.
  • Scheid, Bernhard 2014
    „Wer schützt wen? Hachimanismus, Buddhismus und Tennōismus im Altertum.“ Asiatische Studien 68/1 (2014) (2014), S. 263–284.
  • Schley, Daniel 2014
    Herrschersakralität im mittelalterlichen Japan: eine Untersuchung der politisch-religiösen Vorstellungswelt des 13.-14. Jahrhunderts. Münster: LIT 2014.
  • Seoh, M. S. 1969
    „A brief documentary survey of Japanese pirate activities in Korea in the 13th—15th centuries.“ Journal of Korean Studies 1/1 (1969), S. 23 – 39.
  • Seyock, Barbara 2005
    „Pirates and traders on Tsushima Island during the late 14th to early 16th century: as seen from historical and archaeological perspectives.“ In: Angela Schottenhammer (Hg.), Trade and Transfer across the East Asian 'Mediterranean'. (East Asian Maritime History, vol. 1.) Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz 2005, S. 91–124.
  • Shapinsky, Peter 2007
    „With the sea as their domain. Pirates and maritime lordship in medieval Japan.“ In: Jerry Bentley u.a. (Hg.), Seascapes. Maritime histories, littoral cultures, and transoceanic exchanges. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i 2007, S. 221 – 238.. (Exzerpt.)
  • Shapinsky, Peter D. 2009
    „Predators, protectors, and purveyors: pirates and commerce in Late Medieval Japan.“ Monumenta Nipponica 64/2 (2009), S. 273–313. (Exzerpt.)
  • Shapinsky, Peter D. 2010
    „From sea bandits to sea lords: Nonstate violence and pirate identities in fifteenth- and sixteenth-century Japan.“ In: Robert J. Antony (Hg.), Elusive pirates, pervasive smugglers: Violence and clandestine trade in the Greater China Seas. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press 2010, S. 27-41. (Exzerpt.)
  • Shapinsky, Peter D. 2014
    Lords of the sea: Pirates, violence, and commerce in late medieval Japan. Ann Arbor, Michigan: The Univ. of Michigan 2014. (S.a. Exzerpt.)
  • Shuho, Zuikei, Charlotte von Verschuer 2002
    „Japan’s foreign relations 1200 to 1392 AD:: A translation from “Zenrin Kokuhōki.”.“ Monumenta Nipponica 57/4 (2002), S. 413 – 445.
  • Souyri, Pierre François 2001
    The world turned upside down: medieval Japanese society. New York: Columbia Univ. Press 2001.
  • Tremml, Birgit 2012
    „Waren sie nicht alle Piraten? Mit den wakō durch die Chinesischen Meere, ca. 1400–1660.“ In: Andreas Obenaus u.a. (Hg.), Schrecken der Händler und Herrscher. Piratengemeinschaften in der Geschichte. Wien: Mandelbaum 2012, S. 144–167.
  • Turnbull, Stephen 2003
    Fighting ships of the Far East (2): Japan and Korea AD 612-1639. Oxford: Osprey Publishing 2003.
  • Turnbull, Stephen 2007
    Pirate of the Far East 811-1639. New York: Osprey 2007.
  • Verschuer, Charlotte von 2006
    Across the perilous sea : Japanese trade with China and Korea from the seventh to the sixteenth centuries. Ithaca, New York: Cornell Univ. 2006.

Mongolenangriffe und Hachiman gudōkun

  • 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.)
  • Delgado, James 2009
    Khubilai Khan's lost fleet: History's greatest naval disaster. London: Bodley Head 2009.
  • Fröhlich, Judith 2012
    „Die Mongoleneinfälle in Japan mit einer Übersetzung von Seno Seiichirō: Geschichten zu den "göttlichen Winden".“ Asiatische Studien / Études Asiatiques 66/1 (2012), S. 57-78. (Exzerpt.)
  • Metevelis, Peter 2002
    „The deity and wind of Ise.“ Asian Folklore Studies 61 (2002), S. 1-34.
  • Sasaki, Randall J. 2011
    The archaeological investigation of “kamikaze”: The Mongol invasion of Japan. 2011. (The 2011 Asia-Pacific Regional Conference on Underwater Cultural Heritage Proceedings.)
  • Scheid, Bernhard (2001–2016). „Götterwinde: Religion und Krieg zur Zeit der mongolischen Eroberungen.“ Religion in Japan (http://religion-in-japan.univie.ac.at/Handbuch, 11.03.2016).

Japanische Literatur

  • 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.
  • Arano, Yasunori 2010
    Wakô to "nihon kokuô". Tōkyō: Yoshikawa Kōbunkan 2010.
  • Arimizu, Hiroshi 1993
    „Teppō denrai isetsu ni tsuite.“ Ōsaka gaikokugo daigaku ronshū 9 (1993), S. 257–264.
  • Fujisawa, Nozomu, Sanae Yamaguchi さなえ山口 2010
    „Nagasaki・Gotō no saundosukeepu [Soundscapes of Goto Islands and Nagasaki City, Nagasaki, Japan].“ Nagasaki Kenritsu Daigaku kokusai jōhōgakubu kenkyū kiyō, 11, 長崎県立大学 研究紀要 (2010), S. 31-36.
  • Hatano, Yūsuke 2002
    „"Wakō" to kaiyō shikan - "wakō" ha "Nihonjin" datta no ka.“ Ritsumeikan Daigaku jinbunkagaku kenkyūsho kiyō 81 (2002), S. 77 – 102.
  • Inamura, Kenpu 1957
    Ryūkyūshotō ni okeru wakō shiseki no kenkyū. Tōkyō: Yoshikawa kōbunkan 1957.
  • Ishihara, Michihiro 1964
    Wakô. Tôkyô: Yoshikawa Kōbunkan 1964.
  • Kawasaki, Tsuneyuki 1975
    Kûkai. Tôkyô: Iwanami Shoten 1975.
  • Kawashima, Ikuo 2012
    „Chūgoku rekishi koten geki kokō: Koshi geki 'chō bunka Mitsugu tsuma' o megutte.“ Tōkyō Gaikokugo Daigaku ronshū 84 (2012), S. 101–125.
  • Miyake, Toru 2012
    „Wakō to Wang Zhi.“ St. Andrew's University Bulletin of the Research Institute 37/3 (2012), S. 173-196.
  • Nakano, Hayatoshi 1976
    Hachiman shinkōshi no kenkyū. Tōkyō: Yoshikawa Kōbunkan 1976.
  • Nakano, Hatayoshi 1983
    Hachiman shinkō. Tôkyô: Yūzankaku Shuppan 1983.
  • Nakano, Hayatoshi 1998
    Hachiman shinkō to shugendō. Tokyo: Yoshikawa Kōbunkan 1998.
  • Nakano, Hayatoshi (Hg.) 2002
    Hachiman shinkō jiten. Tokyo: Ebisu Kōshō 2002. (S.a. Sieben Stichworte zum Hachiman Glauben.)
  • Nebashi, Shōichi 2001
    „Taiwan ni okeru toshikeisei no katei to tokuchō.“ Ryūtsū Keizai Daigaku shakaigakubu ronsō 11/2 (2001), S. 51 – 76.
  • Okamoto, Kenji 1959
    Jingū Kōgō. Tōkyō: Yoshikawa Kōbunkan 1959. (Exzerpt.)
  • Ōta Kōki 太田 弘毅 2004
    Wakō: Nihon afure katsudōshi. Tōkyō: Bungeisha 2004.
  • Satō, Shinichi 2005
    Nihon no rekishi (9) Nanbokuchō no dōran. Tōkyō: Chūōkōron 2005.
  • Tamura, Kōyū 1988
    Saichô. Tōkyō: Yoshikawa Kōbunkan 1988.
  • Tamai, Hideki 2004
    „Okinawa kara mita Hokutōajia kyōdōtai no kanōsei to igi.“ Sōdai heiwa kenkyū 創大平和研究, tokubetsu-gō 特別号 [special issue] (2004), S. 7 - 19.
  • Tanaka, Takeo 2012
    Wakō: umi no rekishi. Tōkyō: Kōdansha 2012.
  • Takahashi, Kimiaki 高橋 公明 1987
    „Chūsei Ajia kaiiki ni okeru umitami to koryū: Saishūtō wo chūshin toshite.“ Nagoya Daigaku bungakubu kenkyū shūshigaku 33 (1987), S. 175-194.
  • Umehara, Takeshi 2005
    Saichô to Kûkai: Nihonjin no kokoro no furusato. Tôkyô: Shôgakkan 2005.
  • Yoshinari, Naoki, Hiromi Fuku 2006
    Ryūkyū Ōkoku to wakō: omoro no kataru rekishi. Tôkyô: Shinwasha 2006.