Kendo : Culture of the Sword - Bennett, Alexander

Kendo : Culture of the Sword

Alexander Bennett

Yayınevi: California University Press

Yayın tarihi: 08/2015

ISBN: 9780520284371

Ciltli | İngilizce | 356 Sayfa | 15,19x22,91x1,5 cm.

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Kendo is the first book in English to provide an in-depth historical, cultural, and political account of the Japanese martial art of swordsmanship, from its beginnings in military training and arcane medieval schools to its widespread practice today as a global sport. Alexander Bennett shows how kendo evolved through a recurring process of ?inventing tradition,” which served the changing ideologies and needs of Japanese warriors and governments over the course of history. Kendo follows the development of Japanese swordsmanship from the aristocratic-aesthetic pretensions of medieval warriors in the Muromachi period, to the samurai elitism of the Edo regime, and then to the nostalgic patriotism of the Meiji state. Kendo was later influenced in the 1930s and 1940s by ultranationalist militarists and ultimately by the postwar government, which sought a gentler form of cultural nationalism to rekindle appreciation of traditional culture among Japan’s youth and to garner international prestige and respect as an instrument of ?soft power.” Today kendo is becoming increasingly popular internationally. But even as new organizations and clubs form around the world, cultural exclusiveness continues to play a role in kendo’s ongoing evolution, as the sport remains closely linked to Japan’s sense of collective identity.

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