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Rosemarie Bernard
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Asquith, Pamela J., and Arne Kalland. Japanese Images of Nature: Cultural Perspectives. Surrey: Curzon Press, 1997.

Befu, Harumi. “Watsuji Tetsuro’s Ecological Approach: Its Philosophical Foundation.” In Japanese Images of Nature: Cultural Perspectives, eds. Pamela Asquith and Arne Kalland, 106–20. Surrey: Curzon Press, 1997.

Berque, Augustin. Etre humains sur la terre: principes d’éthique de l’écoumène. Paris: Gallimard, 1996.
_______. Le Sauvage et l’artifice: les Japonais devant la nature. Paris: Gallimard, 1986.

Blacker, Carmen. The Catalpa Bow: A Study of Shamanistic Practices in Japan. London: George Allen and Unwin, 1986, c1975.

Boomgard, Peter. “Sacred Trees and Haunted Forests in Indonesia: Particularly Java, Nineteenth and Twentieth Century.” In Asian Perceptions of Nature: A Critical Approach, eds. Ole Bruun and Arne Kalland, 48–62. Nordic Institute of Asian Studies, Studies in Asian Topics, No. 18. Surrey: Curzon Press, 1995

Bruun, Ole, and Arne Kalland, eds., Asian Perceptions of Nature: A Critical Approach. Nordic Institute of Asian Studies, Studies in Asian Topics, No. 18. Surrey: Curzon Press, 1995.

Bruun, Ole, and Arne Kalland. “Images of Nature: An Introduction to the Study of Man-Environment Relations in Asia.” In Asian Perceptions of Nature: A Critical Approach, eds. Ole Bruun and Arne Kalland, 1–24. Nordic Institute of Asian Studies, Studies in Asian Topics, No. 18. Surrey: Curzon Press, 1995.

Committee for Sacred Forests Symposium. Sennen no mori shinpojiumu hokokusho. Tokyo: Bun’eisha, for the Showa seitoku kinen zaidan, 1994.

Douglas, Mary “A quelles conditions un ascétisme environnementaliste peut-il réussir?” In La Nature en politique, ou l’enjeu philosophique de l’écologie, ed. Dominique Bourg, trans. Barbara Muller, 96–120. Paris: L’Harmattan Publishers, 1993.

Earhart, H. Byron. Japanese Religion: Unity and Diversity. 3rd ed. Belmont, Calif.: Wadsworth Publishing Company, 1982.

Hendry, Joy. “Nature Tamed: Gardens as a Microcosm of Japan’s View of the World.” In Japanese Images of Nature: Cultural Perspectives, eds. Pamela Asquith and Arne Kalland, 83–105. Surrey: Curzon Press, 1997.

Henshall, Kenneth G. “On Japanese Perceptions of Their Relationship with Nature, with Regard to Entomological and Geological Factors.” In Japanese Perceptions of Nature and Natural Order, eds. Kenneth G. Henshall and Dov Bing, 25–44. Waikato: Center for Asian Studies, University of Waikato, for the New Zealand Asian Studies Society, 1992.

Hori Ichiro. Folk Religion in Japan: Continuity and Change, eds. Joseph M. Kitagawa and Alan L. Miller. Chicago, Ill.: University of Chicago Press, 1968.

Jinja Honcho (The Association of Shinto Shrines). The Shinto View of Nature and a Proposal Regarding Environmental Problems. Pamphlet. 1997.
_______. Civilization of the Divine Forest. Pamphlet, 1997.
_______. Jinja to midori. Jinja Honcho Shinpo Books 3. Tokyo: Jinja Shinposha, 1983.

Kalland, Arne. “Culture in Japanese Nature.” In Asian Perceptions of Nature: A Critical Approach, eds. Pamela J. Asquith and Arne Kalland, 243–57. Nordic Institute of Asian Studies, Studies in Asian Topics, No. 18. Surrey: Curzon Press, 1995.

Kalland, Arne, and Pamela J. Asquith. “Japanese Perceptions of Nature: Ideals and Illusions.” In Japanese Images of Nature: Cultural Perspectives, eds. Pamela J. Asquith and Arne Kalland, 1–35. Surrey: Curzon Press, 1997.

Kitagawa, Joseph M. “Prehistoric Background of Japanese Religion.” In On Understanding Japanese Religion, ed. Joseph M. Kitagawa, 3–40. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1987.

Knight, John. “The Forest Grant Movement in Japan.” In Environmental Movements in Asia, eds. Arne Kalland and Gerard Persoon, 110–30. Nordic Institute of Asian Studies, Man and Nature in Asia Series, No. 4. Surrey: Curzon Press, 1998.
_______. “A Tale of Two Forests: Reforestation Discourse in Japan and Beyond.” Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, n.s., 3 (1997): 711–30.

Kyburz, Josef. A. “Magical Thought at the Interface of Nature and Culture.” In Japanese Images of Nature: Cultural Perspectives, eds. Pamela Asquith and Arne Kalland, 257–79. Surrey: Curzon Press, 1997.

Lévi-Strauss, Claude. “Structuralism and Ecology.” Barnard Alumnae Magazine, 1972, 234–41. Reprinted in The View From Afar, trans. Joachim Neugroschel and Phoebe Hoss (Chicago, Ill.: The University of Chicago Press, 1985 [1983]) 101–20.

Lohmann, Larry. “Green Orientalism.” The Ecologist 23, no. 6 (December 1993): 202–204.

Mayumi Tsunetada. Shinto no sekai: Jinja to matsuri. Tokyo: Toki shobo, 1984.

Moeran, Brian, and Lise Skov. “Mount Fuji and the Cherry Blossoms: A View from Afar.” In Japanese Images of Nature: Cultural Perspectives, eds. Pamela Asquith and Arne Kalland, 181–205. Surrey: Curzon Press, 1997.
_______. “Japanese Advertising Nature: A Framework of Basic Ontological Conceptions.” In Asian Perceptions of Nature: A Critical Approach, eds. Ole Bruun and Arne Kalland, 215–42. Nordic Institute of Asian Studies, Studies in Asian Topics, No. 18. Surrey: Curzon Press, 1995.

Moon, Okpyo. “Marketing Nature in Rural Japan.” In Japanese Images of Nature: Cultural Perspectives, eds. Pamela Asquith and Arne Kalland, 221–35. Surrey: Curzon Press, 1997.

Morris-Suzuki, Tessa. “Concepts of Nature and Technology in Pre-Industrial Japan.” East Asian History (Institute of Advanced Studies, Australian National University) 1 (June 1991): 81–97.

Olson, Edward A. “Man and Nature: East Asia and the West.” Asian Profile 3–6, nos. 1–6 (December 1975): 643.

Pedersen, Poul. “Nature, Religion and Cultural Identity: The Religious Environmentalist Paradigm.” In Asian Perceptions of Nature: A Critical Approach, eds. Ole Bruun and Arne Kalland, 258–76. Nordic Institute of Asian Studies, Studies in Asian Topics, No. 18. Surrey: Curzon Press, 1995.

Picken, Stuart D. B. Essentials of Shinto: An Analytical Guide to Principal Teachings. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1994.

Reader, Ian. Religion in Contemporary Japan. Honolulu, Hawaii: University of Hawaii Press, 1991.
_______. “The Animism Renaissance Reconsidered: An Urgent Response to Dr. Yasuda.” Nichibunken Newsletter 6, May 1990, 14–16.

Reader, Ian, and George J. Tanabe, Jr. Practically Religious: Worldly Benefits and the Common Religion of Japan. Honolulu, Hawaii: University of Hawaii Press, 1998.

Sonoda Minoru Shizen. “fudo to Shinto.” In Shinto: Nihon no minzoku shukyo, ed. Sonoda Minoru, 5–14. Tokyo: Komondo, 1990.

Tomiyama Kazuko. Land of Water and Forest, Japan. Tokyo: Kodansha, 1998.
_______. Mizu to midori to tsuchi. Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten, 1971.

Totman, Conrad. The Green Archipelago: Forestry in Preindustrial Japan. Berkeley, Calif.: University of California Press, 1989.

White, Lynn Jr. “The Historical Roots of our Ecological Crisis.” Science 155, no. 3767 (10 March 1967): 1203–1207.

Wong, Anny. “The Anti-Tropical Timber Campaign in Japan.” In Environmental Movements in Asia, eds. Arne Kalland and Gerard Persoon, 131–50. Nordic Institute of Asian Studies, Man and Nature in Asia Series, No. 4. Surrey: Curzon Press. 1998.

Yasuda Yoshinori. “Animism Renaissance.” Nichibunken Newsletter 5, January 1990, 2–4.

 

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