|Kinsei insatsushi to Iezusu kaikei eiri hon 近世印刷史とイエズス会系絵 入り本. [The History of Early Modern Printing and Jesuit Illustrated Books. Japanese]|
|Author||Asami Masakazu 浅見雅一, 1962-|
|Pub. Location||Tōkyō 東京||Publisher||Keiō Gijuku Daigaku 慶應義塾大学|
|Date||2014||Phys. Desc.||249,  p. : ill. : 22 cm.|
|Location||Hallway Cases||Call Number||Z186.J3 A73 2014|
The History of Early Modern Printing and Jesuit Illustrated Books / 編者〕浅見 雅一 .|
Title and table of contents also in English.
Asami Masakazu. Preface: The Jesuit missionary enterprise and the printing of illustrated books.
Part I: Jesuits and Books.
M. Antoni J. Üçerler, S.J. Missionary printing in Asia and the Americas in the age of exploration. -- Asami Masakazu. Martyrdom records and the lives of saints during Japan’s “Christian Century”: from Europe to Japan. -- Lee Won Soon. The introduction of Western books translated into Chinese by Jesuit missionaries to Korea and their influence.
Part II: Illustrated books.
Kawamura Shinzo, S.J. A comparison of illustrated devotional books printed in Japan with their original European editions. -- José Miguel Pinto dos Santos. Illustrations in the early editions of Marcos Jorge’s Christian Doctrine. -- Asami Masakazu. António Francisco Cardim, S.J. and his illustrated record of Japanese martyrdom (1646): a study of the martyrs’ portraits. -- Maeda Nobuhito. The First New Chronicle and Good Government by Guaman Poma de Ayala (c.1535-ca.1615) -- Asami Masakazu & Ahn Jung Won. The portrait of Candida Xu in The Life of the Noble Lady Candida Xu (1688) by Philippe Couplet, S.J.
Part III: Institutes and Research Trends.
Wu Xiaoxin. Legacies, efforts and resources: the Ricci Institute and its efforts to promote cross-cultural understanding through the study of Christianity in China. --Ahn Jung Won. The history of the Korean Catholic Church and the Research Foundation of Korean Church History. -- Ueno Daisuke. Buddhist illustrated books in the Edo period.
Includes bibliographical references.