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Language and literary traditions of Japan

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The year 2012 saw the twenty-fifth anniversary of the establishment of the Department of Japanology (at present, of Japanology and Sinology) at the Jagiellonian University. On this occasion, an international conference was organised on the 22nd and 23rd o... czytaj więcej

Language and literary traditions of Japan

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15.5x22.5 cm
ISBN/ISSN:
9788323338383
Język publikacji:
japoński
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angielski
EAN:
9788323338383
Liczba stron:
246
Miejscowość:
Kraków
Oprawa:
Miękka
Redakcja:
Majtczak Tomasz, Sonoyama Senri
Rok wydania:
2014
Waga:
370 g
Sposób publikacji:
Druk
The year 2012 saw the twenty-fifth anniversary of the establishment of the Department of Japanology (at present, of Japanology and Sinology) at the Jagiellonian University. On this occasion, an international conference was organised on the 22nd and 23rd of November, in a charming room in Kołłątaj College, at the very heart of Cracow. Four centres of Japanese studies from Poland were represented: Poznań, Toruń, Warsaw and, of course, Cracow, whilst foreign guests arrived from Belgium and Germany.1 The papers delivered during the conference focused on questions of Japanese language, literature and theatre, but they also included history, philosophy and religion. The speakers ranged from renowned professors, through younger scholars to doctoral students, which both ensured a high level of discussion and made it into a very interesting and pleasant meeting as well. The full programme of the conference is given below. The present volume includes eight papers out of the fifteen presented in November 2012 in Cracow. They are further supplemented by four articles on similar subjects, either originally planned for this conference or delivered elsewhere – but at any rate hitherto unpublished. With this modest volume we hope to make our contribution to bringing the modern reader closer to understanding Japan, past and present alike, and to duly continue the long-standing tradition of Japanese studies in Europe. (From Foreword)
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