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Ōkuma Shigenobu: statesman of Meiji Japan

Joyce Lebra-Chapman

Ōkuma Shigenobu: statesman of Meiji Japan

by Joyce Lebra-Chapman

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Published by Australian National University Press in Canberra .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Japan
    • Subjects:
    • Ōkuma, Shigenobu, 1838-1922,
    • Japan -- Politics and government -- 1868-1912

    • Edition Notes

      Statement[by] Joyce C. Lebra.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS884.O4 L4
      The Physical Object
      Pagination195 p.
      Number of Pages195
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5433919M
      ISBN 100708104002
      LC Control Number73081467

      Shaping Hawaii: The Voices of Women by Lebra, Joyce C.,Lebra-Chapman, Joyce and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at He mainly works on the political and diplomatic history of modern Japan and has published two books: Okuma Shigenobu to Seito Seiji: Fukusu Seitosei no Kigen [Okuma Shigenobu and Party Politics: Origins of the Multi-Party System, ], Tokyo University Press, and Joyaku Kaisei Shi: Hokenkaifuku no Tenbo to Nashonarizumu [Meiji Treaty.

      Joyce Lebra (born Decem ), also known as Joyce Chapman Lebra, is an American historian of Japan and India. Lebra spent her childhood in Honolulu and received her B.A. and M.A. in Asian Studies from the University of Minnesota. She received a Ph.D. in Japanese History from Harvard/Radcliffe, and was the first woman Ph.D. in Japanese History in the U.S. Akimasa Yoshikawa was a Japanese bureaucrat, statesman and cabinet minister, active in Meiji and Taisho period Japan.

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Ōkuma Shigenobu: statesman of Meiji Japan by Joyce Lebra-Chapman Download PDF EPUB FB2

Marquess Ōkuma Shigenobu (大隈 重信, 11 March – 10 January ) was a Japanese statesman and a prominent member of the Meiji oligarchy. He served as the Prime Minister of the Empire of Japan in and from to Ōkuma was also an early advocate of Western science and culture in Japan, and founder of Waseda : 11 MarchSaga, Japan.

Ōkuma Shigenobu: statesman of Meiji Japan. Canberra, Australian National University Press, (OCoLC) Online version: Lebra-Chapman, Joyce, Ōkuma Shigenobu: statesman of Meiji Japan.

Canberra, Australian National University Press, (OCoLC) Named Person: Shigenobu Ōkuma; Shigenobu Ōkuma; Shigenobu Ōkuma. Okuma Shigenobu is a renowned figure in Japan’s political history and is famous for introducing the politics of modern democracy in his country. Shigenobu was born in and died inhaving served as the prime minister of Japan on two separate occasions, the first instance coming inand the second one in Joyce Lebra (born Decem ), also known as Joyce Chapman Lebra, is an American historian of Japan and India.

Lebra spent her childhood in Honolulu and received her B.A. and M.A. in Asian Studies from the University of received a Ph.D. in Japanese History from Harvard/Radcliffe, and was the first woman Ph.D. in Japanese History in the U.S.

Okuma Shigenobu: statesman of Meiji Japan. Australian National University Press (). ISBN ; Oka Yoshitake, et al. Five Political Leaders of Modern Japan: Ito Hirobumi, Okuma Shigenobu, Hara Takashi, Inukai Tsuyoshi, and Saionji Kimmochi. University of Tokyo Press ().

ISBN ; Tokugawa Munefusa (). Lebra-Chapman, Joyce. Description {uC}kuma Shigenobu was one of the most outstanding statesmen in Japan in modern times. He was one of a small group of oligarchs who, through a series of remarkably successful reforms, helped guide Japan into the modern era, and was exceptional in that he consistently urged the adoption of British-style parliamentary government when his colleagues.

Introduction Ōkuma Shigenobu () was one of the leaders of the Meiji Restoration and a leading statesman in late nineteeth- and early twentieth-century Japan. Ōkuma served as Japan’s Minister of Finance, Foreign Minister, and (on two occasions, in and ) as Prime Minister.

Statesman. Born in Saga, the son of a samurai of the Saga Clan. He was an active royalist supporting the sonno joi (revere the emperor and expel the barbarians) doctrine. After the Meiji Restoration, after serving as foreign case judge, etc., he became a sangi (councillor) in Meticulously researched, the book draws on House's voluminous writings and on hundreds of letters between House and major figures in both America and Japan, including Mark Twain, U.S.

Grant, John. Okuma Shigenobu: statesman of Meiji Japan. Australian National University Press (). (ISBN ) Oka Yoshitake, et al. Five Political Leaders of Modern Japan: Ito Hirobumi, Okuma Shigenobu, Hara Takashi, Inukai Tsuyoshi, and Saionji Kimmochi.

University of Tokyo Press (). (ISBN ) Tokugawa Munefusa (). Lebra-Chapman, Joyce. Okuma Shigenobu: statesman of Meiji Japan. Aŭstralia Nacia Universitateldonejo (). ISBN ; Oka Yoshitake, et al. Five Political Leaders of Modern Japan: Ito Hirobumi, Okuma Shigenobu, Hara Takashi, Inukai Tsuyoshi, and Saionji Kimmochi.

Universitato de Tokyo Press (). ISBN (–). Japanese statesman Okuma Shigenobu served as prime minister of Japan in and then again in – Besides his political activities, he was perhaps best known as the founder of what would come to be called Waseda University, one of the leading private universities in Japan.

Okuma was born on Main Saga, Japan. This year marks the th anniversary of the Meiji Restoration (明治維新 or Meiji Renewal in Japanese), dated from the proclamation of the restoration of political power to the emperor on 3 January (or the ninth day of the twelfth month of the fourth year of Keiô, according –the old.

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Marquess Ōkuma Shigenobu (大隈 重信?, Ma – Janu ) was a Japanese politician in the Empire of Japan and the 8th (J – November 8, ) and 17th (Ap – October 9, ) Prime Minister of Japan.Ōkuma was also an early advocate of Western science and culture in Japan, and founder of Waseda University.

Ōkuma Shigenobu (大隈重信, ) was a statesman of the Meiji Restoration, the 8th and 17th Prime Minister of Japan and the founder of Waseda University. In contrast to most other important Meiji figures, Ōkuma did not hail from either Satsuma or Chōshū.

Ōkuma Shigenobu. Quite the same Wikipedia. Just better. Live Statistics. English Articles. Improved in 24 Hours. Added in 24 Hours. Languages. Recent. Okuma, Shigenobu (shēgā`nōbo͞o ō`ko͞omä), –, Japanese was an early supporter of the emperor and entered the Meiji government as finance minister in Continuing on from Volume 1, Naomasa Nabeshima, Volume 2, Shigenobu Okuma, will be published by the Saga Castle History Museum in January I have an uncle called "Shigenobu," and was constantly remained that he was named after Shigenobu Okuma.

Because of this, I have carried an interest in Okuma ever since I can remember. No exact match for okuma, shigenobu, fifty years of new japan (kiakoku gojunen shi) comp by count shigenobu okuma english version ed by m.

The Japanese statesman and politician Shigenobu Okuma () was one of the early leaders of the Meiji government. He later broke with it to become one of its most eloquent and respected critics. Born on Feb. 16,in Saga, the castle town of the Hizen domain in western Kyushu, Shigenobu Okuma was the son of a middle-rank samurai.Shinjuku Tourism; Shinjuku Hotels; Bed and Breakfast Shinjuku; Shinjuku Holiday Rentals; Shinjuku Holiday Packages; Flights to Shinjuku; Shinjuku Restaurants4/57 TripAdvisor reviews.Okuma, Shigenobu shēgā´nōbo͞o ō´ko͞omä, –, Japanese statesman.

He was an early supporter of the emperor and entered the Meiji government as finance minister in In he had the annual stipends of the former feudal aristocracy changed to payments in lump sums, with great saving for the state.