Volume 28 Issue 3-4
Ambros, Barbara, and Duncan Williams
Local Religion in Tokugawa HIstory: Editors' Introduction. [209-225]
Sources for the Study of Religion and Society in the Late Edo Period. [227-260]
Local Society and the Temple-Parishioner Relationship within the Bakufu's Governance Structure. [261-292]
Vesey, Alexander M.
Entering the Temple: Priests, Peasants, and Village Contention in Tokugawa Japan. [293-328]
Localized Religious Specialists in Early Modern Japan: The Development of the Ōyama Oshi System. [330-372]
Rotermund, Hartmut O.
Demonic Affliction or Contagious Disease? Changing Perceptions of Smallpox in the Late Edo Period. [373-398]
Miyazaki Fumiko and Duncan Williams
The Intersection of the Local and Translocal at a Sacred Site: The Case of Osorezan in Tokugawa Japan. [399-440]
Review of: Nam-lin Hur, Prayer and Play in Tokugawa Japan: Asakusa Sensōji and Edo Society. [441-444]