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【註解書目】東京 (by 痞子揚)

10/24/2006

記得Bestor 有一本很好玩的書 – Tsukiji: The Fish Market at the Center of the World。那本書談魚,東京,大海,都市規劃,以及吃東西。主題有趣並不稀奇 (畢竟大部分的人類學書籍的主題對我來講都很有趣),重點是Bestor的文筆極好,行文流暢通順。這和一般人類學著作裡那種像是磕了藥後胡言亂語呢喃狂喜不知所云大不相同。書是兩年前住在新港時看的,一直到現在我都還把它當作我未來論文寫作的範本。好吧,誇獎人也要有個限度,先在此打住。這份書單來自Bestor,主題是東京研究。


*********************************************** Source: http://www.people.fas.harvard.edu/~bestor/Tokyo_bibliography_Feb_2004.htm Tōkyō Bibliography (English-Language Sources) Supplementary Material for Foreign Cultures Core Course (FC 84) Ted Bestor Department of Anthropology Harvard University bestor@wjh.harvard.edu version 2.5, updated 2/22/04 On-line availability of articles is noted when information is available; in some cases access to these articles may require access to an institutional subscription to JSTOR (see Harvard’s HOLLIS system for gateway) Allinson, Gary. 1979, Suburban Tokyo. Berkeley: University of California Press. Allison, Anne. 1994. Nightwork: Sexuality, Pleasure, and Corporate Masculinity in a Tokyo Hostess Club. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Anderer, Paul. 1987. “Tokyo and the Borders of Modern Japanese Fiction,” in Sharpe and Wallcock (eds.) Visions of the Modern City. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. Aoki, Tamotsu, 1996, “Murakami Haruki and Japan Today,” in Treat (ed.) Contemporary Japan and Popular Culture. Richmond, Surrey: Curzon Press. (pp. 265-264) Ashihara, Yoshinobu, 1989. The Hidden Order: Tokyo through the Twentieth Century. Tokyo: Kodansha International. Atkins, E. Taylor. 2001. Blue Nippon: Authenticating Jazz in Japan. Duke University Press. Barthes, Roland. 1982, Empire of Signs. New York: Hill and Wang. Bestor, Theodore C. 1989. Neighborhood Tokyo. Stanford: Stanford University Press. Bestor, Theodore C. 1990. "Tokyo Mom-and-Pop," Wilson Quarterly. 14 (4): 27-33. Bestor, Theodore C. 1992. ""Conflict, Tradition, and Legitimacy in a Tokyo Neighborhood," in Takie S. Lebra (ed.), Japanese Social Organization, University of Hawai’i Press. pp. 23-47. Bestor, Theodore C. 1992. “Rediscovering Shitamachi: Subculture, Class, and Tokyo’s ‘Traditional’ Urbanism,” In The Cultural Meaning of Urban Space. edited by Gary McDonogh and Robert Rotenberg, North Hadley, MA: Bergen and Garvey. Bestor, Theodore C. 1996. "Forging Tradition: Social Life and Identity in a Tokyo Neighborhood," in George Gmelch and Walter P. Zenner (eds.), Urban Life: Readings in Urban Anthropology. (third edition) Waveland Press. pp. 524-47. Bestor, Theodore C., 1999, “Constructing Sushi: Food Culture, Trade, and Commodification in a Japanese Market,” in Susan O. Long (ed.), Lives in Motion. Cornell East Asia Series, Monograph No. 106. Bestor, Theodore C., 1999, “Wholesale Sushi: Culture and Commodity in Tokyo’s Tsukiji Market,” in Setha M. Low (ed.), Theorizing the City: The New Urban Anthropology Reader. Rutgers University Press, pp. 201-42. Bestor, Theodore C., 2000, “How Sushi Went Global,” Foreign Policy. Nov./Dec. pp. 54-62.* http://www.foreignpolicy.com/issue_novdec_2000/essay-bestor.html Bestor, Theodore C., 2001, “Supply-Side Sushi: Commodity, Market, and The Global City,” American Anthropologist (part of a special issue on “Remapping the City: Place, Order, and Ideology), 102 (1): 76-95. Bestor, Theodore C., 2002, “Networks, Neighborhoods, and Markets: Field Research in Tokyo,” in Gmelch and Zenner (eds.), Urban Life: Readings in the Anthropology of the City. (4th edition). Waveland Press. pp. 146-61. Bestor, Theodore C. 2003. “Inquisitive Observation: Following Networks in Urban Fieldwork,” in Bestor, Steinhoff, and Bestor (eds.), Doing Fieldwork in Japan, University of Hawai’i Press. Bestor, Theodore C. 2003. “Markets and Places: Tokyo and the Global Sushi Trade,” in Setha Low and Denise Lawrence-Zuniga (eds.) The Anthropology of Space and Place, Blackwell. Bestor, Theodore C. 2004. Tsukiji: The Fish Market at the Center of the World. University of California Press. 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  1. catatonia permalink
    10/24/2006 2:32 下午

    Cool, man. 明天有空一起吃晚飯唄?

  2. 10/24/2006 4:00 下午

    有人問我什麼叫做卻卻 – 之五

    卻卻就是,夜深人靜時心裡明明想打開那個照片資料夾,但為了掩耳盜鈴克己復禮,便試圖點一些陽光燦爛的網站來假裝自己也很奮發向上。然而,偷雞不著蝕把米,那個網站出現的

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