Follow by Email

Tuesday, December 25, 2012

JAPANESE STUDIES ON ISLAM AND CULTURE OF NUSANTARA


Islam:
Akashi, Yoji. 1969. Japanese military administration in Malaya – its formation and evolution in reference to sultans, the Islamic religion, and the Moslem-Malays, 1941-1945. Asian Studies VII(1):81-110

Fujimoto, Katsuji. 1966. Maraya no zakato ni kansuru ni san futowa nit suite (Some fatwa rulings on zakat in Malay). Shinsen 32:34-
1968. Maraya ni okeru zakato seido no genjo (The present situation of the zakat system in Malaya). Kansai Daigaku Tozai Gakujutsu Kenkyusho Kiyo (Bull Inst Orietal and Occidental Studies of Kansai Univ). Kansai Univ, Suita, Japan

Ito, Takeshi. 1978. Why did Nuruddin Ar-Raniri leave Aceh in 1054 AH? BKI 134

Izutsu, K. 1964. God and Man in the Koran: Semantic of the Koranic Weltanschauung. Keio Inst Cultural and Linguistic Studies, Keio Univ, Tokyo

Izutsu, Toshihiko. 1966. Ethico-Religious Concepts in the Qur’an. McGill Univ Press, Montreal

Nagata, J. 1977. The Chinese Muslims in Malaysia: New Malays or new associates? A problem in ethnicity. In Means G (ed) The Past in Southeast Asia’s Present. Selected Proc Canadian Council Southeast Asian Studies, Ann Conf 1977

Nakamura, Nakamura, Sharon Siddique and Omar Bajunid (eds). 2001. Islam and Civil Society in Southeast Asia. Inst Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore

Nakamura, Rie. 2000. The coming of Islam to Champa. JMBRAS LXXIII(1):55-66

Nakamura, Mitsuo. 1983. The crescent arises over the banyan tree: a study of the Muhammadijah movement in a Central Javanese town. Gadjah Mada Univ Press, Yogyakarta

Sakuma, T. 1926. The light of Islam. All Muslim National Association, Shanghai, China

Tasaka Kodo. 1952. Champa Kaikyoshi josetsu: Tonan Ajia Kaikyoshi Josetsu no ichibu toshite (Introduction to the history of Islam in Champa: The introduction of Islam in Southeastern Asia). Tohogaku (Eastern Studies) IV:52-60

Tsubouchi, Yoshihiro. 1976. Islam and divorce among Malay peasants. In Shinichi Ichimura (ed) Southeast Asia: Nature, Society and Development. Univ Press Hawaii, Honolulu pp24-43
1977. The changing function of religion among rural Malays. In Seminar on Problems of Rice Growing Villages in Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur

Culture:
Abe, Tomiji. 1992. The Islands of Fire – An Account on Java and Bali (1944). Chuo-Koron-sha, Tokyo

Anon. 1941. Konsaisu Marai-go shinjiten (Kamus Bahasa Nippon-Indonesia). Tokyo 334pp; 5th ed, 1943

Anon. 1942. Kamoes Harian Nippon-Indonesia, Indonesia-Nippon. Jakarta 191pp; 2nd ed 1942

Fujimoto, H. (nd). The South Indian Muslim Community and the Evolution of the Jawi Peranakan in Penang up to 1948. Inst Study Languages and tudy Languages and Culture Asia and Africa, Tokyo

Wurm, S.A. and Hattori, Shiro (eds). 1983. Language atlas of the Pacific area, part 2: Japan area, Philippines and Formosa, mainland and insular Sout-East Asia. Pacific Linguistic C-66

Horii, K. (ed). 1989. Social Changes and Ethnic Issues in Malaysia: Conclusion of 20 Years of Bumiputra Policy. Inst Developing Economies, Res Paper No 386 (In Japanese)

Ishii, Yoneo (ed). 1991. Encyclopedia of Indonesia. Doho-sha Publ, Tokyo (in Japanese)

Ito, Takeshi and Reid, Anthony. 1985. From harbor autocracies to ‘feudal’ diffusion in seventeenth century Indonesia: the case of Aceh. In Leach E et al (eds) Feudalism: Comparative Studies. Pathfinder Press, Sydney

Iwao, Seiichi. 1987. The Japanese Immigrants in Island South East Asia under the Dutch in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries. Iwanami-Shoten, Tokyo (in Japanese)

Kato, Tsuyoshi. 1978. Change and continuity in the Minangkabau matrilineal system. Indonesia no 25 pp1-16
1989. Nasab Ibu dan Merantau. Dewan Bahasa Pustaka, K Lumpur (transl. Azizah Kassim)

Kikuchi, Saburo. 1969. (Is Pu a transliteration of Abu or Mpu? A problem in the ancient history of Champa. Ajia Afurika Gogakuin Kiyo (Bull Asian and African Linguistics) II:103-6

Mabuchi, Toichi. 1964. Tales concerning the origin of grains in the insular areas of Eastern and Southeastern Asia. Asian Folklores Studies, The Soc Asian Folklores, Tokyo

Maeda, Narifumi. 1967. The Orang Hulu: A Social Anthropological Study of Endau Jakun. (A draft). Centre for South East Asian Studies, Kyoto Univ, Japan
1976a. A Jakun terminology. Tonan Ajia Kenkyu (Southeast Asian Studies) pp834-53 (in Japanese)
1976b. Familial forms of the Jakun (Orang Hulu) in Malaya. Tonan Ajia Kenkyu (Southeast Asian Studies) pp463-83 (in Japanese)
1976c. Marriage and divorce among the Jakun (Orang Hulu) of Malaya. Tonan Ajia Kenkyu (Southeast Asian Studies) pp740-57 (in Japanese)
1978. The Malay family as a social order. In Frederick LJ (ed) Proc Sem Problems of Rice-Growing Villages in Malaysia.Southeast Asia Studies no 16 pp216-45

Masamichi, Royama. 1967. The Philippine Polity: A Japanese View. South East Asia Studis, Yale University, New Haven

Miyamoto, Masaru. 1974. Fieldtrips to Buhid areas in Oriental Mindoro. Quarterly Rec Soc Anthropology 7(2-3):17-34
1989. Folk legal culture among the Rungus in Pitas, Sabah. Sabah Mus, Kota Kinabalu

Mizuno, Masami. 1985. Population Pressure and Peasant Occupations in Rural Central Java. University of Kent at Canterbury, Centre of Southeast Asian Studies, Occasional Paper no. 4

Murai, M., Pen, P and Miller, C.D. 1958. Some Tropical Pacific Foods. Univ. Hawaii, Honolulu

Murata, Yukuo. 1977. Rural education and its development; a comparative study of Thai and Malay villages. In Seminar on Problems of Rice Growing Villages in Malaysia, 1977, Kuala Lumpur

Nagazumi, Akira. 1973. Indonesia and Indonesians: Semiotics in Politics. Asian Profile, Aug pp91-102
1989. Bangkitnya Nasionalisme Indonesia: Budi Utomo 1908-1918. Grafiti, Jakarta

Nakamura Hisako. 1983. Divorce in Java: A Study of the Dissolution of Marriage among Javanese Muslims. Gadjah Mada Univ, Yogyakarta

Narisumi, Maeda. 1977. The Malay family as a social circle. In Seminar on Problems of Rice Growing Villages in Malaysia, 1977, Kuala Lumpur

Oota S. 1943. Ancient Arts in Java. Subun-do, Tokyo

Shinichi Ichimura (ed). 1976. Southeast Asia: Nature, Society and Development. Univ Press Hawaii, Honolulu

Shiraishi, Takashi. 1981. The Samin reinterpreted. Seminar on Multilingualism in Indonesia, August 1981, Pacet, Indonesia
1987. Reading Pramoedya Ananta Toer’s Sang Pemula (The Pioneer). Indonesia no. 44, Cornell Univ, Ithaca
1990. Dangir’s testimony: Saminism reconsidered. Indonesia no 50 pp95-120
1992. Readings in Southeast Asia. South East Asia Program, Cornell University, Ithaca vol. I 188pp
1994(ed). Approaching Suharto’s Indonesia from the Margins. Southeast Asia Program, Cornell University, Ithaca
_____ and Furuto, Motoo. 1992. Indochina in the 1940s and 1950s. SouthEast Asia Program, Cornell University, Ithaca vol. II 196pp

Wurm, S.A. and Shiro Hattori (eds). 1983. Language Atlas of the Pacific Area, part II, Japan Area, Philippines and Formosa, Mainland and Insular South-East Asia. Australian Acad Humanities in collaboration with Japan Academy

Takahashi, Akira. 1970. Land and Peasants in Central Luzon. East-West Center Press, Honolulu

Takayama, Ryuzo. 1977. Long house community of the Iban. In Rural Communities in East Malaysia. Committee South-East Asian Studies, Department of Cultural Anthropology, Tokyo Institute of Technology pp23-30

Takeda S (ed). 1968. Jagatara Episodes – The Footmarks of Japanese in the Dutch East Indies. Tsurukawa-Insatsusho, Nagasaki (in Japanese)

Takeshi, L. 1984. The world of Adat Acheh, a historical study of the Sultanate of ACheh. Ph.D thesis, Australian National Univ, Canberra

Tanakadate, Hidezo. 1944. The Seizure of Southern Cultural Institutions. Jidai-sha, Tokyo (in Japanese)

Tomizawa, Hisao. 1981. A structural analysis of the Sejarah Melayu – an essay on a Malay dynastic myth. Japanese J Ethnology 46:55-79

Tsubouchi, Yoshihiro. 1972. Land and residence among Malay peasant in the East coast. Southeast Asian Studies 10(1)
1975. Marriage and divorce among Malay peasants in Kelantan. J Southeast Asian Studies 6(2):135-50

Umeda, Teruyo. 1966. Maraya no josei: Kedah shu ni okeru genchi chosa (Women of Malaya: a field study in Kedah state). Tonan Ajia Kenkyu 3:122-37

Uno. 1940. Religious rites and ceremonies concerning rice planting and eating in Malaysia. Tokyo (Text in Japanese with abstract in English)

Wada, Hisanori. 1987. Asia: A History of Races in the South-East Asia (a textbook for University of Air). Univ of Air, Tokyo (in Japanese)











No comments:

Post a Comment