East and West

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East and West
EAST AND WEST
Roma, organo trimestrale dell’Istituto Italiano per il Medio ed Estremo Oriente di Roma (IsMEO), dal 1996
Istituto Italiano per l’Africa e l’Oriente (IsIAO).
I, 1, 1950
Luciano PETECH, Oriental Studies in Italy During the Last Ten Years, p. 3
I, 2, 1950
Giacinto AURITI, Heroic Japan of the past, p. 74
I, 3, 1950
Inaugurazione Istituto Italo-giapponese (Nichi-I kyōkai), p. 192
II, 1, 1951
Marcello MUCCIOLI, Japanese Studies in Italy, p. 9
II, 2, 1951
Giuseppe TUCCI, Japanese Ambassadors as Roman Patricians, p. 65
II, 4, 1952
Ermanno CONTINI, “Rasho-mon”, p. 234
III, 1, 1952
Giacinto AURITI, Aestheticism in Ancient Japan, p. 13
III, 2, 1952
YASHIRO Yukio, The “Oriental” Character in Italian Tre- and Quattrocento Paintings, p. 81
Giacinto AURITI, Exhibition of Japanese Art, p. 132
III, 4, 1953
Emma AMADEI, A XVII Century Japanese Embassy Recorded in the Roman Basilica of S. Maria Maggiore,
p. 236
IV, 2, 1953
Marziano BERNARDI, Antonio Fontanesi in Japan, p. 109
V, 1, 1954
The Exhibit of the Forty Coloured Japanese Prints, Organised by the IsMEO, p. 32
V, 2, 1954
Giuseppe TUCCI, Fifty Years of Study of Oriental Art, p. 73
V, 3, 1954
The Cultural Agreement between Japan and Italy, p. 188
V, 4, 1955
Mario TETI, The Nō Plays are a Perfect Expression of Japanese Art, p. 297
VI, 1, 1955
Giacinto AURITI, A Japanese Screen in an Italian Gallery, p. 34
VI, 2, 1955
Giuseppe MORICHINI, Pre-war and Post-war Japanese Fiction, p. 138
Jean CHARLOT, A Westerner on Japanese Art, p. 143
VI, 3, 1955
Elio RUFFO, Italian and Japanese Cinema, p. 269
VI, 4, 1956
Giuseppe MORICHINI, Bashō’s Love Verses, p. 323
VII, 3, 1956
Marcello MUCCIOLI, Inauguration of Father Sidotti’s Memorial Stone in Tōkyō, p. 265
VII, 4, 1957
Elio RUFFO, Spirit of the Japanese Cinema, p. 387
VIII, 2, 1957
“International Art Exhibition” Japan, 1957, p. 186
Adolfo TAMBURELLO, Notes on the Earliest Stages of the Prehistory of Japan, p. 187
VIII, 3, 1957
Marcello MUCCIOLI, Chinese Literature in Japan from the VII to the IX Century, p. 275
Adolfo TAMBURELLO, Archaelogy and History. A Japanese Contribution to Palaeology, p. 307
VIII, 4, 1958
Adolfo TAMBURELLO, Prehistory of Japan. The Jōmon Pottery, p. 386
Elio RUFFO, Spiritual Vitality of the Japanese Cinema, p. 392
IX, 1-2, 1958
Julius EVOLA, The Japanese Hara-Theory and its Relations to East and West, p. 76
Adolfo TAMBURELLO, Notes on the Jōmon Figurines of Japan, p. 92
X, 4, 1958
Lionello LANCIOTTI, Giuseppe Morichini (1894-1959), p. 287
XII, 1, 1961
Giuseppe TUCCI, The Aims of the Cultural Collaboration between Japan and Italy in the Present Time, p. 19
XX, 1-2, 1970
Phyllis GRANOFF, Tōbatsu Bishamon: Three Japanese Statues in the United States and an Outline of the
Rise of this Cult in East Asia, p. 144
XXVI, 1976
Paolo BEONIO BROCCHIERI, Guglielmo Scalise, p. 241
XXVIII, 1978
WAIDA Manabu, Birds in the Mithology of Sacred Kingship, p. 283
XXX, 1980
Antonio GARGANO, Massimo Scaligero, p. 181
XXXIV, 1984
Gherardo GNOLI, Giuseppe Tucci (1894-1984), p. 11
L. PETECH and F. SCIALPI, The Works of Giuseppe Tucci, p. 23
XXXV, 1985
KONDO Eiko, Three Albums of Surimono Preserved in the Bibliothèque Nationale in Paris, p. 211
XXXVIII, 1988
Mario Bussagli, p. 317
XLI, 1991
G. GNOLI and L. LANCIOTTI, Paolo Beonio Brocchieri, p. 389
XLII, 1993
Carl B. BECKER, Hands of the Bodhisattva. The Standardization of Mudras in Japanese Buddhist Sculpture
prior to A.D. 1200, p. 199
XLIV, 1994
Giovanni Gentile
XLVI, 1-2, 1996
Valdo FERRETTI, Emperor Reigen and the Change in Court-Bakufu Relations since theTenna to the Kyōto
Era, p. 167

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