- Title Pages
- Notes for the Reader
- 1 Shinto in the Ancient Period
- 2 The Kami in Myth
- 3 The Coalescence of Early Shinto
- 4 Shinto during the Middle and Late Heian Period, Tenth through Twelfth Centuries
- 5 The Esotericization of Medieval Shinto
- 6 Medieval Shinto and the Arts
- 7 The Late Medieval Period
- 8 Early Edo-Period Shinto Thought and Institutions
- 9 Edo-Period Shrine Life and Shrine Pilgrimage
- 10 Shinto and Revelation
- 11 Shinto and Kokugaku
- 12 Shinto and the Meiji State
- 13 Shinto and Imperial Japan
- 14 Shinto from 1945 through 1989
- 15 Shrine Festivals and Their Changing Place in the Public Sphere
- 16 Heisei Shinto
- Appendix: Shrine Funding
- Selected List of Characters
The introduction sets out the terms of the argument and why it matters; it presents the rationale for a new study of Shinto’s history and an overview of the manuscript.
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