2006.04.25

Nitobe Inazo

From Bushido to the League of Nations
著者名:
長尾 輝彦 編著
文学研究院教員:
長尾 輝彦(名誉教授) ながお てるひこ

内容紹介

第1部では『新渡戸稲造全集』に収録されている文章のうち、主に国際連盟に関する、英文になっていない論考を編集・英訳、第2部は内外5人の執筆者による新渡戸の思想のバックグラウンドとその解説、からなる論文集。
 
(北海道大学大学院文学研究科研究叢書  9 )

ISBN: 9784832966512
発行日: 2006.04.25
体裁: A5判 240ページ
定価: 本体価格10,000円+税
出版社: 北海道大学出版会
本文言語: 英語

〈主要目次紹介〉

Preface
PART ONE (TEXT): NITOBE ON THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS
I. The Geneva Days: 1920-1926
(1) What the League of Nations Has Done and Is Doing
(2) The Organization and Activities of the League of Nations*
(3) The League of Nations Movement in Japan
II. Reminiscences after Retirement: 1927-1931
(1) The Permanence of the League and its Achievement*
(2) A Typical British Gentleman: Sir Eric Drummond*
(3) A Savant Who Calls Himself a Primitive: Gilbert Murray*
(4) Spiritual Phenomenon*
(5) Ignorance is Power*
III. The Time of Japan’s Withdrawal from the League of Nations: 1932-1933
(1) Japan’s Place in the Family of Nations
(2) How Geneva Erred
(3) Great Hopes for the League of Nations
(* indicates that the essay concerned is translated into English by the editor)
 
PART TWO (COMMENTARY): BACKGROUNDS AND CRITICAL ESSAYS
I. Introduction: The Historical Context of Inazo Nitobe
 Teruhiko Nagao
II. Nitobe’s Bushido: A Western Perspective
  Norman Page
III. Bushido: Romantic Nationalism in Japan
  Simon Edwards
IV. A Bridge across the Pacific: Nitobe’s Knowledge of English Literature
  Teruhiko Nagao
V. Chinda Sutemi, 1857-1929: Ambassador in War and Peace
  Ian Nish
VI. Nitobe and the Secretariat in London 1919
  Ian Nish
VII. Nitobe Inazo at the League of Nations: 1919-1926
  George Oshiro
VIII. Conclusion
  Teruhiko Nagao
 
A Nitobe Chronology