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Marcus Jacobus Teeuwen

Professor - East Asia Studies
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Tags: Japan, Japanese, Buddhism, Shintoism

Publications

  • Bernhard Scheid and Mark Teeuwen, eds., The culture of secrecy in Japanese religion, 398 pp., London and New York: 2006. (Mark Teeuwen, "Introduction: Japan's culture of secrecy from a comparative perspective", pp. 1-34; Mark Teeuwen, "Knowing vs. owning a secret: Secrecy in medieval Japan seen through the sokui kanjô enthronement unction", pp. 172-203.
  • Shinto: Japans eldste myter, i serien Verdens Hellige Skrifter, utvalg, oversettelse og innledende essay av Mark Teeuwen, XL+140 sider, De norske Bokklubbene, Gyldendal 2005.
  • Shinto: een geschiedenis van japanse goden en heiligdommen, 104 pp., Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press 2004.
  • Mark Teeuwen and Fabio Rambelli, eds., Buddhas and kami in Japan: Honji suijaku as a combinatory paradigm, vii+370 pp., RoutledgeCurzon, London and New York 2003. (Mark Teeuwen and Fabio Rambelli, “Introduction: combinatory religion and the honji suijaku paradigm in pre-modern Japan”, pp. 1-53; Mark Teeuwen, “The creation of a honji suijaku deity: Amaterasu as the Judge of the Dead”, pp. 115-144.)
  • Mark Teeuwen and Bernhard Scheid, eds., Tracing Shinto in the history of kami worship, 237 pp., special issue of the Japanese Journal of Religious Studies, 29-3/4, Fall 2002. (Mark Teeuwen, “From jindô to Shinto: A concept takes shape”, pp. 233-264.)
  • John Breen and Mark Teeuwen, eds., Shinto in history: Ways of the kami, 368 pp., Curzon Press and Hawai’i University Press, 2000. (Mark Teeuwen, “The kami in esoteric Buddhist thought and practice”, pp. 95-116.)
  • Mark Teeuwen & Hendrik van der Veere, Nakatomi Harae Kunge: Purification and Enlightenment in Late Heian Japan, monograph, vi+118 pages, iudicium verlag, München 1998.
  • Watarai Shinto: An Intellectual History of the Outer Shrine in Ise, 471 pages, Research School CNWS, Leiden 1996.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus & Wildman Nakai, Kate (2014). Buyô Inshi and His Times, In Marcus Jacobus Teeuwen & Kate Wildman Nakai (ed.),  Lust, Commerce, and Corruption: "An Account of What I Have Seen and Heard" by an Edo Samurai.  Columbia University Press.  ISBN 9780231166447.  Part 1.  s 1 - 33
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2013). The Buddhist roots of Japanese nativism, In Henk Blezer & Marcus Jacobus Teeuwen (ed.),  Buddhism and Nativism: Framing Identity Discourse in Buddhist Environments.  Brill Academic Publishers.  ISBN 9789004231078.  Chapter 3.  s 51 - 76
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus & Blezer, Henk (2013). Buddhism and Nativism: Framing Identity Discourse in Buddhist Environments, In Henk Blezer & Marcus Jacobus Teeuwen (ed.),  Buddhism and Nativism: Framing Identity Discourse in Buddhist Environments.  Brill Academic Publishers.  ISBN 9789004231078.  Introduction.  s 1 - 28
  • Azegami, Naoki & Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2012). Local shrines and the creation of "State Shinto". Religion.  ISSN 0048-721X.  42(1), s 63- 85
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2012). The Way of Heaven in 1816: Ideology or rhetoric?, In Marcus Jacobus Teeuwen & Anna Beerens (ed.),  Uncharted waters: Intellectual life in the Edo period. Essays in honour of W.J. Boot.  Brill Academic Publishers.  ISBN 9789004216730.  None.  s 109 - 128
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2012). What used to be called Shinto: The question of Japan's indigenous religion, In Karl F. Friday (ed.),  Japan Emerging: Premodern History to 1850.  Westview Press.  ISBN 978-0-8133-4483-6.  ch. 7.  s 66 - 76
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus & Beerens, Anna (2012). Introduction: Aspects of intellectual life in Edo Japan, In Marcus Jacobus Teeuwen & Anna Beerens (ed.),  Uncharted waters: Intellectual life in the Edo period. Essays in honour of W.J. Boot.  Brill Academic Publishers.  ISBN 9789004216730.  Introduction.  s 1 - 12
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2011). Materialisert opplysning. Religiøse gjenstander som et vindu mot japansk buddhisme, I: Saphinaz Amal Naguib & Bjarne Rogan (red.),  Materiell kultur & kulturens materialitet.  Novus Forlag.  ISBN 978-82-7099-630-8.  kap. 11.  s 209 - 228
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2011). Shinto and Native Studies, In James W. Heisig; Thomas P. Kasulis & John C. Maraldo (ed.),  Japanese Philosophy: A Sourcebook.  University of Hawai'i Press.  ISBN 9780824835521.  Overview.  s 457 - 466
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2010). Jindô to Shintô no seiritsu ni tsuite no hikaku kôsatsu. Nihon shisôshi kenkyû.  ISSN 0386-8974.  42, s 1- 34
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2008). Jingi, jindô, soshite shintô: "Shintô" no gainenshi o saguru. Bungaku.  ISSN 0389-4029.  9(2), s 247- 257
  • Anderl, Christoph; Eifring, Halvor Bøyesen; Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus & Tikhonov, Vladimir (2007). Innledende essay, I: Halvor Bøyesen Eifring; Vladimir Tikhonov & Marcus Jacobus Teeuwen (red.),  Zen.  De Norske Bokklubbene.  ISBN 9788252565454.  Forord.  s IX - LV
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2007). Comparative perspectives on the emergence of jindô and Shinto. Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies.  ISSN 0041-977X.  70(2), s 375- 404
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2007). Da religionen kom til Japan, I: Sigurd Hjelde & Otto Krogseth (red.),  RELIGION - et vestlig fenomen? Om bruk og betydning av religionsbegrepet.  Gyldendal Akademisk.  ISBN 978-82-05-37776-9.  Kapittel.  s 142 - 162
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2007). Sendai kuji hongi: Authentic myths or forged history?. Monumenta Nipponica.  ISSN 0027-0741.  62(1), s 87- 96
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2007). Shintô kenkyû no nettowâku-zukuri, I: 21seiki COE program Kokugakuin Daigaku (red.),  Shintô kenkyû no kokusaiteki nettowâku keisei.  Kokugakuin Daigaku 21seiki COE program kenkyû sentâ.  Session 3.  s 32 - 44
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2006). Introduction: Japan's culture of secrecy from a comparative perspective, In Marcus Jacobus Teeuwen & Bernhard Scheid (ed.),  The culture of secrecy in Japanese religion.  Routledge.  ISBN 0415387132.  Chapter 1.  s 1 - 34
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2006). Knowing vs. owning a secret: Secrecy in medieval Japan, as seen through the sokui kanjô enthronement unction, In Marcus Jacobus Teeuwen & Bernhard Scheid (ed.),  The culture of secrecy in Japanese religion.  Routledge.  ISBN 0415387132.  Chapter 7.  s 172 - 203
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2006). Kokugaku vs. Nativism. Monumenta Nipponica.  ISSN 0027-0741.  61(2), s 227- 242
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2006). The imperial shrines of Ise: an ancient star cult?. Culture and Cosmos: A Journal of the History of Astrology and Cultural Astronomy.  ISSN 1368-6534.  10(1/2), s 83- 102
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2005). Fellesskapsritualer og personlig tro: Religionens dilemmaer i det moderne Japan, I: Terje Grønning (red.),  Vinduer mot Japan: Perspektiver på samfunn, kultur og språk..  Tapir Akademisk Forlag.  ISBN 82-519-2046-9.  Kapittel 2.  s 19 - 41
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2004). Hoe onreinheid het kwaad in de wereld bracht, I: Cors Van der Burg & Lourens Minnema (red.),  In de ban van het kwaad: Het kwaad in religieuze verhalen wereldwijd.  Meinema.  ISBN 90-211-4031-4.  Oost-Azië.  s 203 - 214
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2003). Kanetomo (1435-1511), I:  25 eeuwen oosterse filosofie.  Uitgeverij Boom.  ISBN 90-5352-822-9.  s 555 - 561
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2003). Kôshitsu to Ise Jingû, I: International Shinto Foundation (red.),  Kôshitsu to Ise Jingû.  Tachibana Shuppan.  ISBN 4-8133-1744-8.  s 122 - 128
  • Inoue, Nobutaka & Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2002). The Formation of Sect Shinto in Modernizing Japan. Japanese journal of religious studies.  ISSN 0304-1042.  29(3-4), s 405- 428
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2002). From Jindô to Shinto: A Concept Takes Shape. Japanese journal of religious studies.  ISSN 0304-1042.  29(3-4), s 233- 265
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2002). Motoori Norinaga on the Two Shrines of Ise, In Donald S. Lopez (ed.),  Religions of Asia in practice: An anthology.  Princeton University Press.  ISBN 0-691-09061-0.  s 678 - 693
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus & Scheid, Bernhard (2002). Tracing Shinto in the History of Kami Worship: Editors' Introduction. Japanese journal of religious studies.  ISSN 0304-1042.  29(3-4), s 195- 208
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2001). Guden Fudo Myoo, I: Torkel Brekke (red.),  Buddhas fortellinger.  De Norske Bokklubbene.  ISBN 82-525-4103-8.  s 272 - 280

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  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus & Breen, John (2014). Lo shinto - una nuova storia. Astrolabio.  ISBN 9788834016671.  280 s.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus & Wildman Nakai, Kate (ed.) (2014). Lust, Commerce, and Corruption: "An Account of What I Have Seen and Heard" by an Edo Samurai. Columbia University Press.  ISBN 9780231166447.  473 s.
  • Blezer, Henk & Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (ed.) (2013). Buddhism and Nativism: Framing Identity Discourse in Buddhist Environments. Brill Academic Publishers.  ISBN 9789004231078.  290 s.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus & Beerens, Anna (ed.) (2012). Uncharted waters: Intellectual life in the Edo period. Essays in honour of W.J. Boot. Brill Academic Publishers.  ISBN 9789004216730.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus & Breen, John (2009). A new history of Shinto. Blackwell Publishing.  ISBN 9781405155151.  264 s.
  • Eifring, Halvor Bøyesen; Tikhonov, Vladimir & Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (red.) (2007). Zen. De Norske Bokklubbene.  ISBN 9788252565454.  502 s.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus & Scheid, Bernhard (ed.) (2006). The culture of secrecy in Japanese religion. Routledge.  ISBN 0415387132.  397 s.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2005). Shinto: Japans eldste myter. De norske Bokklubbene.  ISBN 82-525-5330-3.  180 s.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2004). Shinto: Een geschiedenis van Japanse goden en heiligdommen. Amsterdam University Press.  ISBN 90-5356-662-7.  104 s.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus & Breen, John (2003). Shinto: A short history. Routledge Mental Health.  ISBN 0-415-31179-9.  233 s.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus & Rambelli, Fabio (2003). Buddhas and Kami in Japan: Honji Suijaku as a combinatory paradigm. Routledge Mental Health.  ISBN 0-415-29747-8.  371 s.

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  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2014). Edo period secularism?.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2014). Japanese religion: a terminal patient?. Overseas Symposium Proceedings.  ISSN 0915-2822.  s 243- 246
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2014). Laozi and the emergence of Shinto at Ise.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2014). Oxford Bibliographies: Buddhism and Shinto.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2014). Religion and its antonyms in Meiji Japan.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2013). Early Ise and the origin of the sengû system.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2013). The reordering of the Ise shrines in early Edo.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2012). Abstinence Princess Possessed: A "New Religion" in mid-Heian Ise?.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2012). Japanese religion -- a terminal patient?.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2012). Nation, religion and identity according to a late-Edo samurai.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2012). Premodern secularism? A samurai's views on Buddhism and the Way of Heaven.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2012). Restoring historicity to Shinto: The case of Ise.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2012). Ôkuni Takamasa: Internationalizing Japan by Converting the West.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2011). Okuni Takamasa: The Divine Principle, In James W. Heisig; Thomas P. Kasulis & John C. Maraldo (ed.),  Japanese Philosophy: A Sourcebook.  University of Hawai'i Press.  ISBN 9780824835521.  Shinto and Native Studies.  s 523 - 535
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2011). Shinto, In Mark Juergensmeyer & Wade Clark Roof (ed.),  Encyclopedia of Global Religion.  Sage Publications.  ISBN 9780761927297.  3000-word article in encyclopedia.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2011). The bizarre origination myth of the Ise shrines.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2011). The touchy sun-goddess of classical Ise, in myth and ritual.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2010). "On the Tôkawa riverbank, we turned our faces towards Amaterasu and did worship": The origins of the Ise shrines..
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2010). Priests, money and women: Religion in Seji kenbunroku . The Netherlands-Japan Review.  2
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2010). Rethinking Medieval Shinto. Special issue, The Book Asia Extreme-16 (2006-2007). Japanese journal of religious studies.  ISSN 0304-1042.  37(2), s 389- U336
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2009). Comparative perspectives on secrecy.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2009). Forget India -- Buddhism started in Japan.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2009). Hikaku jindôron e no izanai (The comparative study of "jindô").
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2009). Inseiki no Ise (The Ise shrines in the Insei period).
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2009). Japanske hager og myten om det japanske naturmennesket.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2009). Priests, money and women: religion in Seji Kenbunroku.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2008). Priests, money and women: Buyô Inshi’s take on religion.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2008). What do we as organisers of this symposium mean by "nativism in Buddhist environments"? The Japanese perspective..
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2007). Comparative perspectives on Jindô and Shinto.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2007). Hikaku jindô ron e no izanai.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2007). Ôkenron to Shintô-ryû.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2006). Comparative perspectives on the emergence of jindô and Shinto.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2006). Daijingû shozôjiki, Eigaku yôki, Iwashimizu Hachimangû Gokokuji ryakki, Jingû zôreishû, Kasuga shashi Sukeshige ki, Kôtaijingû gishikichô, K. nenjû gyôji, Kumano gokôki, Morotô ki, M. nenjû gyôji, Naikû Chôryaku okurikanpu, Naishidokoro mikagura burui, Nakatomi harae, -kige, -kunge, N. no yogoto, Nenjû gyôji hishô, Owari no kuni Atsuta daijingû engi, Ruijû zatsurei, Ryôin Kumano gokeiki, Ryôjin hishô, Tado Jingûji garan engi, Tenshô daijin giki, Toyuke-gû gishikichô, Yamato-hime no mikoto seiki, In Joan Piggott; Ivo Smits; Ineke Van Put; Michel Vieillard-Baron & Charlotte Von Verschuer (ed.),  Dictionary of sources of classical Japan.  Collège de France/De Boccard.  ISBN 2-913217-13-3.  25 entries.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2006). Review of Thomas P. Kasulis, Shinto: The Way Home. Journal of Japanese Studies.  ISSN 0095-6848.  32(1), s 284- 288
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2006). Shintô kenkyû no nettowaaku-zukuri: Shintô Kokusai Gakkai no riji to shite mita mondai to kanôsei (Creating a network for Shinto studies: Some lessons learnt from my experiences as a board member of the International Shinto Foundation).
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2006). Review, Sarah Thal: Rearranging the Landscape of the Gods. Japonica Humboldtiana.  ISSN 1433-3473.  10, s 227- 230
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2006). Shinto: The way home.. Journal of Japanese Studies.  ISSN 0095-6848.  32, s 268- 273
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2005, 20. januar). Bilder fra Japan. [Radio].  Transit, P2.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2005). Chûsei kôki ni okeru shintô no hatsumei (The invention of Shinto in late medieval Japan).
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2005). Chûsei ni dekita shintô (Shinto as a medieval tradition).
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2005). Chûsei shinto girei ni okeru tennô (Når alle kan bli keiser: Shinto-ritualer i japansk middelalder.).
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2005). Chûsei shintô no tennôzô (Images of the emperor in medieval Shinto).
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2005). Koizumi og Yasukuni-helligdommen: nasjonalisme eller "normalisering"?.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2005). The impact of philology on early-modern Shinto.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2004). Ancient Ise: A star cult?.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2004). Aston-ha to Chamberlain-ha: Oobeijin ga mita shintoo ("The Aston school and the Chamberlain school: How Western scholars have perceived Shinto").
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2004). Chûsei no ryûha to hiden ("Medieval Dharma lineages and secret transmissions").
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2004). Kurosawa og samurai-filmen.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2004). Medieval Shinto and the art of experimental esotericism.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2004). Shinto and Holy People, In Phyllis G. Jestice (ed.),  Holy people of the world: A cross-cultural encyclopedia.  ABC-CLIO.  ISBN 1-57607-355-6.  Overview articles.  s 793 - 797
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2004). Shinto's emergence from the borderlands of Buddhism.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2004). The medieval origins of Shinto.
  • Havnevik, Hanna; Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus & Paulsen, Cathrine (2003, 18. desember). Mot nye buddhismebegreper. [Internett].  www.forskning.no.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2003). Reikiki -- an encoded message?.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2003). Review of Victor Harris, ed., Shinto: The sacred art of ancient Japan. Andon.  ISSN 0168-2997.  (74), s 36- 38
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2002). Buddhism and local deities.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2002). Kami in and out of Shinto.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2002). Review of Itô Satoshi et al., Nihonshi Shôhyakka: Shintô. Japanese journal of religious studies.  ISSN 0304-1042.  29(3-4), s 429- 431
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2001). Entries relating to pre-modern Japanese thought, In Oliver Leaman (ed.),  Encyclopedia of Asian philosophy.  Routledge.  ISBN 0-415-17281-0.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2001, 01. september). Kagura: Japansk gudedans på Munch-museet. [Radio].  Munch-museet : International Shinto Foundation.

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