Analecta Nipponica nr 8 2018

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特別号:日本文化における動物
Special Issue: Animals in Japanese Culture
Guest Editors – Beata Kubiak Ho-Chi, Yoko Fujii Karpoluk

Analecta Nipponica
JOURNAL OF POLISH ASSOCIATION FOR JAPANESE STUDIES

Editor-in-Chief
Alfred F. Majewicz Nicolaus Copernicus University, Toruń

Guest Editors
Beata Kubiak Ho-Chi University of Warsaw
Yoko Fujii Karpoluk University of Warsaw

Editors
Agnieszka Kozyra University of Warsaw,
Iwona Kordzińska-Nawrocka University of Warsaw
Editing in English Aaron Bryson
Editing in Japanese Yoko Fujii Karpoluk

ARTICLES
Animals in Japanese Tradition and Rituals

Harajiri Hideki, The Large Snake Festivals in Miike and Ōmuta, in Japan:
From the Perspective of Snake Faiths

Matsui Yoshikazu, Animals in the Kojiki

Jakub Karpoluk, Real and Supernatural. The Animals of the Nō theater

Animals in Japanese Modern and Contemporary Literature
Katarzyna Sonnenberg, Painting Animals as Landscapes.  On Art and Nature in Kusamakura

Beata Kubiak Ho-Chi, When Your Neighbor Is a Bear, Your Fiancé – a Dog, and Your Lover – a Tuna. About Human-Nonhuman Encounters in the Works of Kawakami Hiromi, Shōno Yoriko and Tawada Yōko. A Critical Posthuman Perspective 

Barbara Słomka, A Bear Is Watching a Man in Tawada Yōko’s Yuki no renshūsei .

Animals in Japanese Contemporary Society and Arts

Michał Piotr Pręgowski, Memorial Services and Rituals for Companion Animals in Japan, Poland and the United States of America 

Magdalena Furmanik-Kowalska, Kawaii Friend or Mythical Beast. Dragons
and Other Animals in the Art of Takano Aya

Agnieszka Kamrowska, Animals in Anime by Takahata Isao and Oshii Mamoru 

Opis

Special Issue: Animals in Japanese Culture