Free Shipping on Order Over $60
AfterPay Available
Rethinking Identity in Modern Japan

Rethinking Identity in Modern Japan

Nationalism as Aesthetics

by Yumiko Iida
Paperback
Publication Date: 16/12/2013
11%
OFF
RRP  $94.99 $85.25
or 4 easy payments of $21.31 with
afterpay
This item qualifies for FREE delivery
This volume is a major reconsideration of Japanese late modernity and national hegemony which examines the creative and academic works of a number of influential Japanese thinkers. The author situates the process of Japanese knowledge production in the interface between the immediate historical and the wider socio-economic and politico-cultural contexts accompanying the Japanese post-war experience of modernity.
This book will be of great value to anyone interested in the history of contemporary Japanese culture and society.
ISBN:
9780415862820
9780415862820
Category:
Cultural studies
Format:
Paperback
Publication Date:
16-12-2013
Language:
English
Publisher:
Taylor & Francis Ltd
Country of origin:
United Kingdom
Pages:
340
Dimensions (mm):
234x156x18mm
Weight:
0.57kg

This title is in stock with our Australian supplier and arrives at our Sydney warehouse within 7-10 working days of you placing an order.

Once received into our warehouse we will despatch it to you with a Shipping Notification which includes online tracking.

Please check the estimated delivery times below for your region, for after your order is despatched from our warehouse:

ACT Metro 2 working days

NSW Metro 2 working days 

NSW Rural 2-3 working days

NSW Remote 2-5 working days

NT Metro 3-6 working days

NT Remote 4-10 working days

QLD Metro 2-4 working days

QLD Rural 2-5 working days

QLD Remote 2-7 working days

SA Metro 2-5 working days

SA Rural 3-6 working days

SA Remote 3-7 working days

TAS Metro 3-6 working days

TAS Rural 3-6 working days

VIC Metro 2-3 working days

VIC Rural 2-4 working days

VIC Remote 2-5 working days

WA Metro 3-6 working days

WA Rural 4-8 working days

WA Remote 4-12 working days

Customer Reviews

Be the first to review Rethinking Identity in Modern Japan.