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«Seismic Japan»





Significance of Shin-yoshiwaraBibliography of Works CitedBakufu PowerProtest and World renewalThe Ansei Edo EarthquakeThe Ansei Edo Earthquake in Modern MemoryDancingSurveying the damageMeaningsSignificance of the offshore BatteriesRhetoric of ReassuranceZenkoji, 1847 (Koka 4)/3/24Revenge of the Earthquake GangEarthquakes in the Early Modern EraBakufu Assistance to the TownspeopleOminous AssociationsJapan according to EarthquakesBasic Buddhist TheoryDaimyoand Religious Institutions Assist the TownspeoplePerry and the EarthquakeWebs of AssociationsIga-Ueno (Ansei Iga), 1854 (Kaei 7/Ansei 1)/6/15Earthquakes as CreatorsWhy the Earth ShakesMass Media and LiteracyInto the Twenty-First CenturyStrong medicineWhy the Earth ShakesShowa Sanriku (Sanriku), 1933Townspeople Helping TownspeopleGenroku, 1703 (Genroku 16)/11/23Meiji Sanriku, 1896StorehousesThe Early Modern Legacy in the Modern EraLegacies of Ansei EdoDisasters, Vulnerability, and timeAcknowledgmentsEarly Modern Academic Theories of EarthquakesEarthquake as deityPostscript: Rhetoric after the Great East Japan EarthquakePatterns of BenefitPatterns of Death and DestructionCatfishOdawara, 1853 (Kaei 6)/2/2A Soil Base disasterEuropean Ideas about EarthquakesPrefaceThe Mature Early Modern ViewOther PrecursorsJapan according to EarthquakesNotesSanjo(Echigo), 1828 (Bunsei 11)/11/12Nobi (Mino-Owari), 1891Keicho-Fushimi (Fushimi-Momoyama), 1596 (Keicho1)/7/13MeaningsMain Shocks and AftershocksPrecursors and Atmospheric PhenomenaThe Global contextReligious and Intellectual MilieuCowardly WarriorsAnsei Edo (Ansei Earthquake; Great Ansei Earthquake), 1855 (Ansei 2)/10/2Great Kanto, 1923Hoei, 1707 (Hoei 4)/10/4Into the Twenty-First CenturyEarthquakes in the Early Modern EraReligionEarly and medieval theories of natural Hazards and disastersKanbun (Kanbun Omi-Wakasa; Biwakoseigan), 1662 (Kanbun 2)/5/1Patterns of RebuildingSqueezing the Wealthy to renew the WorldEarly modern JapanJapan as a modern earthquake countryResilient Land of DeitiesAnxiety in the Divine landSocial and Political geographyTheories Based on Chinese ConceptsAmaterasu Comes to TownThe Ansei Edo EarthquakeThe earthquakesJapanThe Ansei Edo Earthquake as a Turning PointImagined Connections with recent EventsLight Flashes, Thunder, LightningPatterns of ReliefEarthquakes and Media SensationalismBakufu Assistance to Its retainersAnsei Tokai and Ansei Nankai, 1854 (Kaei 7/Ansei 1)/11/4 and 11/5Earthquakes as DramaVarieties of ShinkokuKyoto, 1830 (Bunsei 13/Tenpo1)/7/2
 
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