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Samurai Archives Japanese History Podcast

 

Dec 30, 2015

In this episode we tackle the Edo peasantry, the millet grubbing dirt farmers and fish mongers that acted as the economic base of the Tokugawa Bakufu.  Part two of two.

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Mentioned in this podcast:

Kalland, Arne. Fishing Villages in...


Dec 15, 2015

In this episode we tackle the Edo peasantry, the millet grubbing dirt farmers and fish mongers that acted as the economic base of the Tokugawa Bakufu.  Part one of two.

Mentioned in this podcast:

Kalland, Arne. Fishing Villages in Tokugawa Japan Univ of Hawaii Pr; (March 1995)


Nov 10, 2015

In this episode, Nate talks about the intersection of Military history and Japanese studies in the USA and the West.  He also gives a rundown of the history of Military History, as well as what it is and how it has changed over the decades. Part two of two.

Mentioned in this podcast:

Farris, William Wayne. Heavenly...


Oct 17, 2015

In this episode, Nate talks about the intersection of Military history and Japanese studies in the USA and the West.  He also gives a rundown of the history of Military History, as well as what it is and how it has changed over the decades. Part one of two.

Mentioned in this podcast:

Farris, Willam Wayne. Japan's...


Sep 21, 2015

Samurai would go to great lengths to protect and glorify their names in action and in battle.  In this episode, we look at the value placed on the Samurai "name" in the context of individuals, clans, Samurai houses, and families. We also look at the corporation-like structure of Sengoku period Samurai houses, where...