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IDSEMUG 1351 - Passion and Poetics in Early Japan

Description
It can be argued that until the 1880s one thing was almost entirely absent in Japanese literary and performing arts: the notion of an interiorized subject. In fact, the ancient Japanese arts are examples of extreme "exteriority" that privilege form, word play and intertextuality and enfold the human being and human erotic passions within rituals for purity and harmony with a cosmology of the heavens. This course will explore ancient and premodern Japanese poetics and prose, performing and visual arts, from the very first writings through the nineteenth century, in relation to sociocultural history and belief systems such as Buddhism and Shintoism. Texts will include: selections of poetry, emaki (picture scrolls), noh and puppet plays, selections from The Tale of Genji, The Pillow Book, and the earliest forms of manga. Class Notes: FULFILLS GALLATIN DEGREE REQUIREMENT: HUMANITIES, PREMODERN, EARLY MODERN, GLOBAL.
Credits
4
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Recent Semesters
Fall 2020, Fall 2018
Offered
MW
Avg. Sections
1