Read more Read less. Much has been written about the relationships between European men and local women in Asia, Africa, and Latin America during the heyday of western imperialism. Leupp analyzes the intimate relationships between western men and Japanese women, for the most part in Japan, throughout the entire early modern period, and into the first several decades of western residence in the Treaty Ports. Australian National University Library. Western Men And Japanese Women, avg rating preview: To ask other readers questions about Interracial Intimacy In Japan , please sign up.
Interestingly, whatever the prevailing Japanese view of Europeans, it seems to have had no impact upon the practice of allowing Dutch traders access to Japanese women, although Leupp does not pursue the seeming disconnect between evolving cultural perceptions of Europeans and tolerance for sexual relationships with them. Jill Richardson Want to Attract Women? No, she was apparently talking about established practices of temp-wedding. Either way, neither the ancient nor classical periods had a custom of temporary marriages, at least as far as we can tell from the texts available to us. In fact, he succeeds only in essentializing the very categories he sets out to interrogate. Refine results with the filtering options on the left side of the Advanced Search page or on your search results page.
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Description: Is she talking about the aristocratic practice of the men visiting women's quarters at night to see their partners instead of a permanent living arrangement under one household? Leupp analyzes the intimate relationships between western men and Japanese women, for the most part in Japan, throughout the entire early modern period, and into the first several decades of western residence in the Treaty Ports. This page was last edited on 4 May , at Nihon Kyakuhon Archives Suishin Consortium.