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Makoto Harris Takao

Additional Campus Affiliations

Assistant Professor, School of Music
Assistant Professor, Center for Global Studies
Assistant Professor, Center for East Asian and Pacific Studies

Recent Publications

Takao, M. H. (2021). BEYOND NOSTALGIA AND THE PRISON OF ENGLISH: Positioning Japan in a Global History of Emotions. Zeithistorische Forschungen, (1), 21-43.

Takao, M. H. (2021). Tokugawa Confucian Sermons as Popular Emotional Education: The Moral and Pedagogical Philosophy of Hosoi Heishū. Journal of Religious History, 45(1), 50-67.

TAKAO, MAKOTO. HARRIS. (2021). The co ncept of religion in meiji popular discourse an analysis of the newspaper yomiuri shimbun. Contributions to the History of Concepts, 13(1), 40-62.

Takao, M. H. (2019). ‘In their own way’: Contrafactal practices in Japanese Christian communities during the 16th century. Early Music, 47(2), 183-198.

Takao, M. H. (2019). “In what storms of blood from Christ’s flock is Japan swimming?”: Gratia Hosokawa and the Performative Representation of Japanese Martyrdom in (1698). In Y. Haskell, & R. Garrod (Eds.), Changing Hearts: Performing Jesuit Emotions between Europe, Asia, and the Americas (pp. 87-120). (Jesuit Studies; Vol. 15). Brill.

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