Aike Peter Rots

Associate Professor - Japan Studies
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Research interests

I am interested in a variety of topics related to the study of religion, culture and society in modern and contemporary Asia, with a primary focus on Japan, Vietnam, and the Ryukyu Islands. My research interests include the following: Shinto and shrines; nature, landscape conservation and environmental activism; multispecies relations; secularisation and sacralisation; spatial theory in the study of religion; the politics of cultural and natural heritage; nationalism, ideology and identity politics; global Christianity, new religious movements and popular religion; and modern Buddhism.

I am the author of the monograph Shinto, Nature and Ideology in Contemporary Japan: Making Sacred Forests (Bloomsbury 2017), and the co-editor (with Mark Teeuwen) of Formations of the Secular in Japan (special issue of Japan Review, no. 30, 2017). Other publications include "Re-enchantment Restricted: Popular Buddhism and Politics in Vietnam Today", in Buddhist Modernities: Re-Inventing Tradition in the Globalizing Modern World, eds. Hanna Havnevik et al. (Routledge 2017); "Sacred Forests, Sacred Nation: The Shinto Environmentalist Paradigm and the Rediscovery of Chinju no Mori", Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 42:2 (2015); "Shinto's Modern Transformations: From Imperial Cult to Nature Worship", in Routledge Handbook of Religions in Asia, eds. Bryan S. Turner and Oscar Salemink (Routledge 2014); "Nature's Blessing, Nature's Wrath: Shinto Responses to the Disasters of 2011", in When the Tsunami Came to Shore: Culture and Disaster in Japan, ed. Roy Starrs (Brill 2014); and "Ambiguous Identities: Negotiating Christianity and 'Japaneseness'", in Handbook of Contemporary Japanese Religions, eds. John K. Nelson and Inken Prohl (Brill, 2012).

I am currently developing a new comparative research project on cetacean worship and environmental change in maritime East Asia, titled Whales of Power. In addition, I am involved in the group project "Sacred Heritage in Japan", which looks at the consequences of heritagisation on Japanese sacred sites and ritual practices. For this project, I have conducted field research in Okinawa, looking at a sacred site associated with the Ryukyu Kingdom that has become a major tourist destination after being listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site; publications on this topic are forthcoming. I am also affiliated with the research networks "Environmental Humanities" and "Religion and Politics".

Educational background

  • PhD, University of Oslo, 2014
  • MA Japanese Religions, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, 2008
  • BA Japanese Language and Culture, Leiden University, 2007
  • BA World Religions, Leiden University, 2007
Tags: Japan, Religion and politics, Shinto, Nature and the environment, Vietnam, Heritage

Publications

Monograph

Edited volume

Journal articles and book chapters

  • 'Public Shrine Forests? Shinto, Immanence, and Discursive Secularization.' Japan Review 30, 2017, pp. 179-205.
  • (With Mark Teeuwen:) 'Introduction: Formations of the Secular in Japan.' Japan Review 30, 2017, pp. 3-20.
  • 'Re-enchantment Restricted: Popular Buddhism and Politics in Vietnam Today', in Hanna Havnevik, Ute Hüsken, Mark Teeuwen, Vladimir Tikhonov and Koen Wellens, eds., Buddhist Modernities: Re-Inventing Tradition in the Globalizing Modern World, Abingdon: Routledge, 2017, pp. 183-203.
  • 'The Sacralization of Space', in Sîan Melvill Hawthone, ed., Gender: GodMacmillan Interdisciplinary Handbooks, Farmington Hills: Macmillan Reference USA, 2017, pp. 315-332.
  • 'Sacred Forests, Sacred Nation: The Shinto Environmentalist Paradigm and the Rediscovery of Chinju no Mori.’ Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 42 (2), 2015, pp. 205-233.
  • 'Worldwide Kami, Global Shinto: The Invention and Spread of a "Nature Religion".' Czech and Slovak Journal of Humanities 3, 2015, pp. 31-48.
  • 'Shinto's Modern Transformations: From Imperial Cult to Nature Worship', in Bryan S. Turner and Oscar Salemink, eds., Routledge Handbook of Religions in Asia. Abingdon: Routledge, 2015, pp. 125-143.
  • 'Nature's Blessing, Nature's Wrath: Shinto Responses to the Disasters of 2011', in Roy Starrs, ed., When the Tsunami Came to Shore: Culture and Disaster in Japan. Leiden: Brill, 2014, pp. 23-49.
  • 'The Rediscovery of "Sacred Space" in Contemporary Japan: Intrinsic Quality or Discursive Strategy?', in Liu Janhui and Sano Mayuko, eds., Rethinking ‘Japanese Studies’ from Practices in the Nordic Region. Kyoto: International Research Center for Japanese Studies, 2014, pp. 31-50.
  • 'Chinju no mori : la forêt sacrée', in Philippe Bonnin, Nishida Masatsugu and Inaga Shigemi, eds., Vocabulaire de la spatialité japonaise. Paris: CNRS Éditions, 2014, pp. 80-82.
  • 'Shizen : la nature', in Philippe Bonnin, Nishida Masatsugu and Inaga Shigemi, eds., Vocabulaire de la spatialité japonaise. Paris: CNRS Éditions, 2014, pp. 444-447.
  • 'Ambigious Identities: Negotiating Christianity and "Japaneseness" ', in John K. Nelson and Inken Prohl, eds., Handbook of Contemporary Japanese Religions, Leiden: Brill, 2012, pp. 309-343.
  • 'The Discourse on Chinju no Mori: Redefining Shinto and Shinto Sanctuaries in Contemporary Japan', in Shinto Kokusai Gakkai, ed., Toward a Deeper Understanding of Shinto Culture. Essays on Shinto: Volume 6, Tokyo: Shinto Kokusai Gakkai, 2012, pp. 96-110.
  • 'Staatscultus of natuurverering? 'Shinto', 'religie' en politieke ideologie in de moderne Japanse geschiedenis', in Leidschrift, 26 (2), 2011, pp. 51-75.
  • 'Christian Millenarianism and Nationalism in Prewar Japan: Nakada Jūji's Politics of Identity', in Toru Aoyama, ed., Religion, Identity and Conflict: Proceedings of the Postgraduate Workshop, Tokyo: Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, 2010, pp. 49-58.

PhD dissertation

Edited book (popular-scientific)

  • (With Joantine Berghuijs) Bezield Leiden: Wereldgodsdiensten aan de Rijn, Leiden: LDSR Kosmikos, 2007.

Book reviews

  • Review of Sacred Space in the Modern City: The Fractured Pasts of Meiji Shrine, 1912-1958, by Yoshiko Imaizumi. Monumenta Nipponica 71 (2), 2016, pp. 438-442.
  • Review of Japanese Tree Burial: Ecology, Kinship and the Culture of Death, by Sébastien Penmellen Boret. Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 42 (2), 2015, pp. 392-395.
  • Review of Gods Without Names: The Genesis of Modern Shinto in Nineteenth Century Japan, by Yijiang Zhong, on Dissertation Reviews, 2014.
  • Review of Japanese Philosophy: A Sourcebook, edited by James W. Heisig, Thomas P. Kasulis and John C. Maraldo. Japan Review 24, 2012, pp. 213-215.

Other

  • 'Shinto'. Introduction, headnotes and selection of primary sources. Online companion to Jack Miles et al., eds.,The Norton Anthology of World Religions, New York: W.W. Norton, 2016. Available online (access code needed).
  • 'Shinto's sacred forests: Religious studies, environmentalism and the rediscovery of sacred space', on PluRel - en blog om religion og samfunn, 2012.
  • 'Transformation or secularisation?', on PluRel - en blog om religion og samfunn, 2012.
  • 'Internationaal congres over religie en terrorisme,' in Tijdschrift voor Theologie, 51 (3), 2011, p. 331.
  • 'Millenarianism - Monotheistic machinations or universal utopias?', on PluRel - en blog om religion og samfunn, 2011.
  • 'Japan, the Jews, and Divine Election: Nakada Jūji's Christian Nationalism', in The Newsletter, International Institute of Asian Studies (IIAS), 54, 2010, p. 31.
  • 'MA Japanese Religions Bursary 2007-'08', in Centre for the Study of Japanese Religions Newsletter, SOAS, 16-17, 2008, p. 17.
  • (With Ike Gerritsen) ' "U hoeft dat juk niet te dragen!" De Levensstroom in Leiderdorp', in Joantine Berghuijs and Aike Rots, eds., Bezield Leiden: Wereldgodsdiensten aan de Rijn, Leiden: LDSR Kosmikos, 2007, pp. 57-66.

Conference papers and guest lectures

  • 'Pines or Oaks? Re-Making Nature in Post-Tsunami Tohoku.' Nordic Association for the Study of Contemporary Japanese Society (NAJS) Fourteenth Annual Conference, University of Copenhagen, 24-25 May 2018.
  • 'Sacred Cetaceans: Comparing Whale Worship in Vietnam and Japan.' Asia Brown Bag Talk, Nordic Institute for Asian Studies, University of Copenhagen, 23 May 2018.
  • 'From “Superstition” to “Heritage”: The Reclassification of Mother Goddess and Whale God Worship in Vietnam.' International workshop 'The Politics of Heritage in East Asia', University of Oslo, 16 May 2018.
  • 'Sacred Groves as World Heritage: Ancient or Modern?.' Guest lecture. University of Latvia, Riga, 9 May 2018.
  • 'The Politics of Sacred Forests in Japan: Shinto, Nature, and Chinju no Mori.' Guest lecture. University of Latvia, Riga, 8 May 2018.
  • 'UNESCO og kulturarvspolitikk i Japan.' Guest lecture, University of Bergen, 21 March 2018.
  • 'Ancient Sustainability? Ise Shrine, the Shikinen Sengū, and the Shinto Environmentalist Paradigm.' Symposium and book launch '21st Century Shinto Studies', Daiwa Foundation, London, 6 February 2018.
  • 'Appropriating Otherness: Mỹ Sơn, Sēfa Utaki, and the Construction of “National” World Heritage.' International workshop 'Sacred Heritage in Japan', University of Oslo, 30 November-1 December 2017.
  • 'A New Song for the Dugong: Religious Activism in Okinawa.' NIAS conference 'Environmental Asia', Oslo, 20-22 November 2017.
  • 'Sēfa Utaki: Whose Heritage?' Forskningsdager: Verdensarvstafett, Norwegian Institute for Cultural Heritage Research, Oslo, 22 September 2017.
  • 'Heritage Production, Ecology, and the Resignification of Sacred Space: The Case of Sēfa Utaki.' European Association for Japanese Studies (EAJS) 15th International Conference, Lisbon, 30 August-2 September 2017.
  • '「地域復興の象徴としての鎮守の森」[Chiiki fukkō no shōchō to shite no chinju no mori.]' International workshop '「東北における宗教活動と森づくり」[Tōhoku ni okeru shūkyō katsudō to mori-zukuri]', Tohoku University, 7 July 2017.
  • 'Heritage, Religion, and the Politics of Identity in Okinawa.' Guest lecture, Kyushu University, 5 July 2017.
  • 'Reclaiming the Shinto Secular: The Death of "Religion" in an Enchanted Society.' International symposium 'Did the Gods Survive Modernity? Religion and the Secular in Contemporary Japan.' University of Groningen, 19 May 2017.
  • 'UNESCO and Sacred Heritage in Japan: The Case of Sēfa Utaki.' Museologisk lunsjseminar, University of Oslo, 3 April 2017.
  • 'Kampen om Henoko: Militærbaser og fredsaktivisme i Okinawa.' Guest lecture, University of Bergen, 29 March 2017.
  • 'Whose Sacred Grove? Imperialism, Heritage Production, and the Invention of "Ryukyu Shinto".' Association for Asian Studies Annual Conference, Toronto, 16-19 March 2017.
  • 'Saving Sacred Sea Cows: Pacifism, Environmental Advocacy, and Cultural Expression at the Henoko Bay Protest Site.' NORASIA VII: Maritime Asia, University of Oslo, 12-13 January 2017.
  • 'Primordial Practices? "Nature Worship", "Animism", and the Depoliticisation of Shinto.' Workshop and symposium 'What Isn't Shinto', University of Pennsylvania, 23-24 September 2016.
  • 'Forest Lovers, Forest Walls: Tree-Planting, Cultural Nationalism, and Religious Activism in Post-Tsunami Tohoku.' 10th Conference of the Nordic Association of Japanese and Korean Studies (NAJAKS), Stockholm University, 17-19 August 2016.
  • 'Revival or Repression? Buddhism and Politics in Vietnam Today.' Oslo Buddhist Studies Forum, University of Oslo, 12 May 2016.
  • 'Daoists in Ise's Forest: Nature Conservation, National Religion, and International Legitimacy.' International seminar 'Internationalism in East Asia', Saitama University, Japan. 14 March 2016.
  • 'Shinto og politikk i Japan: sekularisering eller sakralisering?' Guest lecture, University of Bergen, 2 March 2016.
  • 'Reclaiming Public Space: Shinto and Politics in Japan Today.' International conference 'Traditional Wisdom and Political Expression', Royal Academy for Overseas Sciences, Brussels. 29 January 2016.
  • 'Making Sacred Forests: Shinto, Environmentalism, and Chinju no Mori.' Guest lecture. University of Manchester, 20 October 2015, and SOAS, London, 22 October 2015.
  • 'Sacred Groves "Saving the World": The Meanings of Chinju no Mori.' BAJS Annual Conference, SOAS, London, 10-11 September 2015.
  • 'Public Shrine Forests? Shinto, Nature, and the Religious-Secular Dichotomy.' International Workshop 'Formations of the Secular in Japan', University of Oslo, 18-19 June 2015.
  • 'Cultural Policy, Food Safety, and Environmental Issues in Contemporary Japan.' Japan Gateway to Asia Workshop, Irish Management Institute, Dublin. 12-13 March 2015.
  • ‘Global Kami, Online Shrines: The Popularisation of Shinto Outside Japan.’ School of Asian Studies Postgraduate Research Seminar, University College Cork, 14 January 2015.
  • ‘Global Shinto? Invention and Spread of a “Nature Religion”.’ International Conference ‘Migration, Religion and Asia’. Palacký University, Olomouc, Czech Republic, 27-29 November 2014.
  • ‘Whose Shinto? Authority and Legitimacy in a “Religion Without Doctrine”.’ International Workshop ‘Religious Authority in Asia: Problems and Strategies of Recognition.’ University of Manchester, 31 October-1 November 2014.
  • ‘Public Shrine, Private Faith: Shinto and (Anti-)Secularism in Twenty-First Century Japan.’ European Association for Japanese Studies (EAJS) 14th International Conference, University of Ljubljana, August 27-30, 2014.
  • ‘Sacred Space as Thirdspace? Sacralisation, Power, and the Appropriation of Space.’ Oslo International Graduate Students Conference ‘Space, Culture and Religion: Considering Implications of the “Spatial Turn”’, University of Oslo, 19-21 May 2014.
  • ‘Discarding Religion, Reclaiming Religion: Competing Uses of a Concept.’ International conference ‘Religion and Pluralities of Knowledge’, Dutch Association for the Study of Religion (NGG) and European Association for the Study of Religions (EASR), University of Groningen, 11-15 May 2014.
  • ‘Sacred Shrine Forests in Twenty-First Century Japan: The Shinto Environmentalist Paradigm and the Rediscovery of Chinju no Mori.’ Nordic Association for the Study of Contemporary Japanese Society (NAJS) Tenth Annual Conference, University of Helsinki, 20-21 March 2014.
  • ‘Does Shinto Offer a Viable Model for Environmental Sustainability?’ PhD trial lecture, University of Oslo, 27 February 2014.
  • ‘Shinto and Disaster in Post-2011 Japan: Community Resurrection, Spiritual Care and Theodicy.’ International conference ‘Cultures of Disasters’, University of Oslo, 6-8 November 2013.
  • ‘Ancient Tradition or Modern Invention? Reinterpreting Shinto in Twenty-First Century Japan.’ Texas Asia Conference ‘Tradition and Transition’, University of Texas at Austin, 1-2 November 2013.
  • 'Ritual Performance as Coping Strategy: "Religion", Matsuri and Shrine Worship in Post-Tsunami Tohoku.' Harvard Divinity School Graduate Conference on Religion 'Ways of Knowing', Harvard University, 25-26 October 2013.
  • ‘Sacred Forests in Japan Today: Shinto and Nature Conservation.’ East Asian Lunch Seminar, University of Oslo, 2 October 2013.
  • ‘“Shinto” and “religion” in contemporary Japan: Secularisation or sacralisation?’ PhD workshop ‘Varieties of secularism and anti-secularism’, Paris, 15-17 April 2013.
  • ‘The politics of “sacred forests” in contemporary Japan: From nature conservation to national resurrection.’ PluRel public lecture, University of Oslo, 11 April 2013.
  • 'Shinto: wereldgodsdienst, volksgeloof, natuurverering of fascistische ideologie? De politiek van godsdienstwetenschappelijke classificatie.' Promovendisymposium LDSR Kosmikos, Leiden University, 12 December 2012.
  • 'The Rediscovery of "Sacred Space" in Contemporary Japan: Intrinsic Quality or Discursive Strategy?' Nichibunken Overseas Symposium ’Rethinking ”Japanese Studies” from Practices in the Nordic Region.’ University of Copenhagen, 22-24 August 2012.
  • 'Japan's New Mission? "Animism", "Sacred Forests" and Environmentalist Rhetoric in Contemporary Academic Discourse'. 'Workshop on Tōzai Bunmeiron and Other Perspectives on a Unique Japanese Position in this World'. University of Oslo, 29-30 March 2012.
  • 'The Totoro Paradigm: Shinto, Nature and Environmentalism in Japanese Popular Discourse.' International workshop 'Religion Across Media: Theoretical Perspectives and Case Studies'. University of Oslo, 13-15 February 2012.
  • 'Shinto Environmentalism? The Rediscovery of "Sacred Forests" in Contemporary Japan.' Kansai Modern Japan Group anniversary meeting. Kyoto, 12 November 2011.
  • 'The Discourse on Chinju no Mori: Redefining Shinto and Sacred Space in Contemporary Japan.' PhD Workshop, European Association for Japanese Studies. Käsmu, Estonia, 21-24 August 2011.
  • 'Comparative Perspectives: Utopianism and Millenarianism in Modern Japanese Religious Ideology.' Conference 'The Root Causes of Terrorism: A Religious Studies Perspective'. Leiden University, 18-19 May 2011.
  • 'Defining and Reinventing Shinto in Contemporary Japan: Religion, Secularism and Nationalism in the Context of Modern Japanese History'. PluRel lecture. University of Oslo, 31 March 2011.
  • 「現代の日本社会の中の神道」 [Gendai no Nihon shakai no naka no shintō]. International House of Japan Workshop 'Access to the Culture and Society of Contemporary Japan'. Tokyo, 14-21 February 2011.
  • 'Nature or Nation? Reinventing Shinto in Contemporary Japanese Society'. PluRel Conference 'Complexity and Legitimacy: Religion, Secularity, and Values in the Polis'. University of Oslo, 18-20 November 2010.
  • 'The Myth of the Japanese Love of Nature: A Barthesian Deconstruction'. PhD Workshop 'The Heritage of Structuralism'. Paris, 8-10 November 2010.
  • 'Christian Millenarianism and Nationalism in Prewar Japan: The Case of Nakada Jūji'. JSA-ASEAN Second International Conference. Hanoi, 22-23 October 2009.
  • 'Christian Millenarianism and Nationalism in Prewar Japan: Nakada Jūji's Politics of Identity'. CAAS International Symposium on Religion, Identity and Conflict. Leiden University, 26-28 August 2009.
  • 'The Sei Iesu Kyōkai: Rejection, Indigenization and the Formulation of Identity in a Japanese Pentecostal Community'. Centre for the Study of Japanese Religions, Japanese Religions Forum, SOAS. London, 17 April 2008.

Media and public lectures

  • Interview on religion and heritage in Japan, Centre for Religion and Heritage, University of Groningen, 19 May 2017.
  • 'Et folk som elsker naturen? Miljøproblematikk i det moderne Japan.' Torsdagsforelesning, Astrup Fearnley Museet, 4 May 2017.
  • 'Øst-Asias øyer: hvorfor så mye balluba?' Panel debate, Litteraturhuset, Oslo, 28 September 2016.
  • Radio interview about the legacy of the Tokyo Tribunal in contemporary Japan, Kulturhuset, NRK P2, 3 May 2016.
  • Radio interview about Shinto, Utenriksmagasinet Mir, Studentradioen i Bergen. 30 March 2012.
  • 「鎮守の森や神道など日本の宗教・自然観を研究」[Chinju no mori ya shintō nado Nihon no shūkyō / shizenkan o kenkyū], in Shintō Forum, vol. 8-1, 15 January 2012. Interview article.
  • 'Hva er en ninja?', on P3.no, 19 August 2011. Article by Maria Lindberg.
  • 'Ik weet dat de leraren alles geprobeerd hebben', on NOS.nl, 22 March 2011. Translation of an article by Mihoko Nishio.
  • 'Japan i naturens vold', on NRK.no, 20 March 2011. Article by Anne Linn Kumano-Ensby.
  • '-Det japanske samfunn er i kraftig endring', in Adresseavisen, 19 March 2011. Article by Svein Inge Meland.
  • Rots, Aike Peter (2017). Public Shrine Forests? Shinto, Immanence, and Discursive Secularization. Japan Review.  ISSN 0915-0986.  (30), s 179- 205
  • Rots, Aike Peter (2017). Re-Enchantment Restricted: Popular Buddhism and Politics in Vietnam Today., In Hanna Havnevik; Ute Hüsken; Marcus Jacobus Teeuwen; Vladimir Tikhonov & Koen Wellens (ed.),  Buddhist Modernities: Re-inventing Tradition in the Globalizing Modern World.  Routledge.  ISBN 9781138687844.  11.  s 183 - 203
  • Rots, Aike Peter (2017). The Sacralization of Space, In Sîan Melvill Hawthorne (ed.),  Gender: God.  Macmillan Publishers Ltd..  ISBN 9780028663258.  20.  s 315 - 332
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus & Rots, Aike Peter (2017). Introduction: Formations of the secular in Japan. Japan Review.  ISSN 0915-0986.  30, s 3- 20
  • Rots, Aike Peter (2015). Review of: Sébastien Penmellen Boret, 'Japanese Tree Burial: Ecology, Kinship and the Culture of Death'. Japanese journal of religious studies.  ISSN 0304-1042.  42(2), s 392- 395
  • Rots, Aike Peter (2015). Sacred Forests, Sacred Nation: The Shinto Environmentalist Paradigm and the Rediscovery of Chinju no Mori. Japanese journal of religious studies.  ISSN 0304-1042.  42(2), s 205- 233
  • Rots, Aike Peter (2015). Shinto's Modern Transformations: From Imperial Cult to Nature Worship, In Bryan S. Turner & Oscar Salemink (ed.),  Routledge Handbook of Religions in Asia.  Routledge.  ISBN 978-0-415-63503-5.  Chapter 8.  s 125 - 143
  • Rots, Aike Peter (2015). Worldwide Kami, Global Shinto: The Invention and Spread of a 'Nature Religion'. Czech and Slovak Journal of Humanities.  ISSN 1805-3742.  (3), s 31- 48
  • Rots, Aike Peter (2014). Nature's Blessing, Nature's Wrath: Shinto Responses to the Disasters of 2011, In Roy Starrs (ed.),  When the Tsunami Came to Shore: Culture and Disaster in Japan.  Brill Academic Publishers.  ISBN 978-90-04-26829-6.  Chapter 1.  s 23 - 49
  • Rots, Aike Peter (2012). Ambiguous Identities: Negotiating Christianity and 'Japaneseness', In John Nelson & Inken Prohl (ed.),  Handbook of Contemporary Japanese Religions.  Brill Academic Publishers.  ISBN 978 90 04 23435 2.  Book chapter.  s 309 - 344

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  • Rots, Aike Peter (2017). Shinto, Nature and Ideology in Contemporary Japan: Making Sacred Forests. Bloomsbury Academic.  ISBN 978-1-4742-8993-1.  260 s.

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  • Rots, Aike Peter (2016). Review of: "Sacred Space in the Modern City: The Fractured Pasts of Meiji Shrine, 1912-1958", by Yoshiko Imaizumi.. Monumenta Nipponica.  ISSN 0027-0741.  71(2), s 438- 442
  • Rots, Aike Peter (2014). Chinju no mori : la forêt sacrée, I: Philippe Bonnin; Masatsugu Nishida & Shigemi Inaga (red.),  Vocabulaire de la spatialité japonaise.  CNRS Editions.  ISBN 978-2-271-08059-2.  Encyclopedia entry.  s 80 - 82
  • Rots, Aike Peter (2014). Shizen : la nature, I: Philippe Bonnin; Masatsugu Nishida & Shigemi Inaga (red.),  Vocabulaire de la spatialité japonaise.  CNRS Editions.  ISBN 978-2-271-08059-2.  Encyclopedia entry.  s 444 - 447
  • Rots, Aike Peter (2012). Review of 'Japanese Philosophy: A Sourcebook', edited by James W. Heisig, Thomas P. Kasulis and John C. Maraldo. Japan Review.  ISSN 0915-0986.  (24), s 213- 215

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