Marcus Jacobus Teeuwen

Professor - Japan Studies
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Ongoing research

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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 (2021). Shinto in the 1660s and 1670s: The Shrine Clauses of 1665 as an Expression of Domain Shinto. In Köck, Stefan; Pickl-Kolaczia, Brigitte & Scheid, Bernhard (Ed.), Religion, Power, and the Rise of Shinto in Early Modern Japan. Bloomsbury Academic. ISSN 9781350181069. p. 151–162.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2020). 'Gion'e yamahoko rengôkai kiroku' ni miru senji - senryôki no Gion matsuri: hendôki ni okeru toshi sairei no igi to kachi o kangaeru. Jinbun gakuho. ISSN 0386-8729. 115, p. 223–237.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus & Rots, Aike Peter (2020). Heritage-Making and the Transformation of Religion in Modern Japan. In Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus & Rots, Aike Peter (Ed.), Sacred Heritage in Japan. Routledge. ISSN 9780367217709. p. 1–17.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2020). On writing the history of Shinto. In Pye, Michael (Eds.), Exploring Shinto. Equinox Publishing. ISSN 9781781799598. p. 57–78.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2020). Faith as authenticity: Kyoto's Gion festival in 2020. Japanese journal of religious studies. ISSN 0304-1042. 48(1), p. 125–163. doi: 10.18874/jjrs.48.1.2021.125-163.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2019). Amaterasu Ômikami. In Silk, Jonathan A. (Eds.), Brill's Encyclopaedia of Buddhist Vol. II: Lives. Brill Academic Publishers. ISSN 978-90-04-29937-5. p. 923–929.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2018). Imperial Sea Magic? The Sea Kami and the Great Tasting (daijosai) at the Early Yamato Court. In Rambelli, Fabio (Eds.), The Sea and the Sacred in Japan: Aspects of Maritime Religion. Bloomsbury Academic. ISSN 9781350062856. p. 3–14.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2017). Clashing models: ritual unity versus religious diversity. Japan Review. ISSN 0915-0986. 30, p. 39–62. Full text in Research Archive
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus & Rots, Aike Peter (2017). Introduction: Formations of the secular in Japan. Japan Review. ISSN 0915-0986. 30, p. 3–20.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2017). Buddhist modernities: modernism and its limits. In Havnevik, Hanna; Hüsken, Ute; Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus; Tikhonov, Vladimir & Wellens, Koen (Ed.), Buddhist Modernities: Re-inventing Tradition in the Globalizing Modern World. Routledge. ISSN 9781138687844. p. 1–12.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2017). Shintō no gainenka to yūtopia. In Hishinuma, Tatsuya (Eds.), Shintō o kangaeru, Gendai Shisō 45-2. Seidosha. ISSN 9784791713363. p. 8–14.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2017). Review article: Izumo, Ise, and modern Shinto. Japanese journal of religious studies. ISSN 0304-1042. 44(2), p. 325–332. doi: 10.18874/jjrs.44.2.2017.325-332. Full text in Research Archive
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2015). The Laozi and the emergence of Shinto at Ise. In Richey, Jeffrey L. (Eds.), Daoism in Japan: Chinese traditions and their influence on Japanese religious culture. Routledge. ISSN 9781138786493. p. 103–126.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus & Wildman Nakai, Kate (2014). Buyô Inshi and His Times. In Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus & Wildman Nakai, Kate (Ed.), Lust, Commerce, and Corruption: "An Account of What I Have Seen and Heard" by an Edo Samurai. Columbia University Press. ISSN 9780231166447. p. 1–33. doi: 10.7312/columbia/9780231166447.003.0008.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2013). The Buddhist roots of Japanese nativism. In Blezer, Henk & Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (Ed.), Buddhism and Nativism: Framing Identity Discourse in Buddhist Environments. Brill Academic Publishers. ISSN 9789004231078. p. 51–76.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus & Blezer, Henk (2013). Buddhism and Nativism: Framing Identity Discourse in Buddhist Environments. In Blezer, Henk & Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (Ed.), Buddhism and Nativism: Framing Identity Discourse in Buddhist Environments. Brill Academic Publishers. ISSN 9789004231078. p. 1–28. doi: 10.1163/9789004255685_002.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2013). Early modern secularism? Views on religion in Seji kenbunroku (1816). Japan Review. ISSN 0915-0986. 25, p. 3–20.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus & Beerens, Anna (2012). Introduction: Aspects of intellectual life in Edo Japan. In Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus & Beerens, Anna (Ed.), Uncharted waters: Intellectual life in the Edo period. Essays in honour of W.J. Boot. Brill Academic Publishers. ISSN 9789004216730. p. 1–12. doi: 10.1163/9789004229013_002.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2012). The Way of Heaven in 1816: Ideology or rhetoric? In Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus & Beerens, Anna (Ed.), Uncharted waters: Intellectual life in the Edo period. Essays in honour of W.J. Boot. Brill Academic Publishers. ISSN 9789004216730. p. 109–128.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2012). What used to be called Shinto: The question of Japan's indigenous religion. In Friday, Karl F. (Eds.), Japan Emerging: Premodern History to 1850. Westview Press. ISSN 978-0-8133-4483-6. p. 66–76.
  • Azegami, Naoki & Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2012). Local shrines and the creation of "State Shinto". Religion. ISSN 0048-721X. 42(1), p. 63–85.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2011). Shinto and Native Studies. In Heisig, James W.; Kasulis, Thomas P. & Maraldo, John C. (Ed.), Japanese Philosophy: A Sourcebook. University of Hawai'i Press. ISSN 9780824835521. p. 457–466.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2011). Materialisert opplysning. Religiøse gjenstander som et vindu mot japansk buddhisme. In Naguib, Saphinaz Amal & Rogan, Bjarne (Ed.), Materiell kultur & kulturens materialitet. Novus Forlag. ISSN 978-82-7099-630-8. p. 209–228.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2010). Jindô to Shintô no seiritsu ni tsuite no hikaku kôsatsu. Nihon shisôshi kenkyû. ISSN 0386-8974. 42, p. 1–34.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2008). Jingi, jindô, soshite shintô: "Shintô" no gainenshi o saguru. Bungaku. ISSN 0389-4029. 9(2), p. 247–257.
  • 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), p. 375–404.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2007). Sendai kuji hongi: Authentic myths or forged history? Monumenta Nipponica. ISSN 0027-0741. 62(1), p. 87–96.
  • Anderl, Christoph; Eifring, Halvor Bøyesen; Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus & Tikhonov, Vladimir (2007). Innledende essay. In Eifring, Halvor Bøyesen; Tikhonov, Vladimir & Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (Ed.), Zen. De Norske Bokklubbene. ISSN 9788252565454. p. IX–LV.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2007). Da religionen kom til Japan. In Hjelde, Sigurd & Krogseth, Otto (Ed.), RELIGION - et vestlig fenomen? Om bruk og betydning av religionsbegrepet. Gyldendal Akademisk. ISSN 978-82-05-37776-9. p. 142–162.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2007). Shintô kenkyû no nettowâku-zukuri. In Kokugakuin Daigaku, 21seiki COE program (Eds.), Shintô kenkyû no kokusaiteki nettowâku keisei. Kokugakuin Daigaku 21seiki COE program kenkyû sentâ. p. 32–44.

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  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus & Rots, Aike Peter (2020). Sacred Heritage in Japan. Routledge. ISBN 9780367217709. 210 p.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus; Miyazaki, Fumiko & Wildman Nakai, Kate (2020). Christian Sorcerers on Trial: Records of the 1827 Osaka Incident. Columbia University Press. ISBN 9780231196901. 416 p.
  • Havnevik, Hanna; Hüsken, Ute; Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus; Tikhonov, Vladimir & Wellens, Koen (2017). Buddhist Modernities: Re-inventing Tradition in the Globalizing Modern World. Routledge. ISBN 9781138687844. 302 p.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus & Breen, John (2017). A social history of the Ise shrines: Divine capital. Bloomsbury Academic. ISBN 9781474272797. 302 p.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus & Breen, John (2014). Lo shinto - una nuova storia. Astrolabio. ISBN 9788834016671. 280 p.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus & Wildman Nakai, Kate (2014). Lust, Commerce, and Corruption: "An Account of What I Have Seen and Heard" by an Edo Samurai. Columbia University Press. ISBN 9780231166447. 473 p.
  • Blezer, Henk & Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2013). Buddhism and Nativism: Framing Identity Discourse in Buddhist Environments. Brill Academic Publishers. ISBN 9789004231078. 290 p.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus & Beerens, Anna (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 p.

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  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2021). The 2020 Gion festival: re-inventing authenticity.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2020). Kyoto's Gion float parade as heritage: between culture, religion, and faith. In Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus & Rots, Aike Peter (Ed.), Sacred Heritage in Japan. Routledge. ISSN 9780367217709. p. 134–158.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2019). Crucifying Christians and burning books -- Osaka, 1829.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2019). When faith becomes heritage -- and ceases to be religion?
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2019). Heritage policies and the separation of state and religion in Japan: Principles, practice, and effects.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2019). Christian sorcerers crucified: Reconsidering the Keihan Kirishitan incident of 1827-29.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2019). Kindai no kiki o norikoeta yamahoko junkō.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2019). Keihan Kirishitan jiken to yōjutsu: yakunin no atsui me to sameta me.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2019). Religion and the secular in Edo-period Japan.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2019). Shinto: A History by Helen Hardacre. Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies. ISSN 0073-0548. 79(1/2), p. 335–344.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2019). Amaterasu Ōmikami. In Silk, Jonathan A. (Eds.), Brill's Encyclopedia of Buddhism, Vol. II: Lives. Brill Academic Publishers. ISSN 9004299378. p. 923–929.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2018). Buddhism and the administration of faith in Edo Japan.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2018). Toshi sairei no sei to zoku: Kyōto no Gion matsuri to seikyō bunri.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2018). Controlling laypeople's faith, or controlling priests? On the 1665 Shrine Clauses and the Ise Shrines.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2018). Minzoku shūkyō no gainenka.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2017). The quest for the primordial Script of the Gods in early modern Japan.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2017). Christians in the Kansai, 1829: outline and sources.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2017). How to write Japanese in Chinese.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2017). The languages of Japan: Classical and medieval views on words and writing.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2016). Amaterasu: Kami fluidity in ancient, medieval, and early modern Japan.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2016). 混沌の始めを守るー度会行忠の混沌論と徳政 (Konton no hajime o mamoru: Watarai Yukitada no kontonron to tokusei). In Breen, John (Eds.), Hen'yō suru seichi Ise (Ise: historical reconstructions of a sacred site). Shibunkaku Shuppan. ISSN 9784784218363. p. 123–134.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2016). Was the classical Great Tasting (Daijōsai) a sea ritual?
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2016). Review, "The Greatest Problem": Religion and State Formation in Meiji Japan by Trent E. Maxey. Journal of Japanese Studies. ISSN 0095-6848. 42(2), p. 412–417.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2015). Objectification and the logic of the gift.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2015). “Shinto secular,” or religious Shinto nationalism?
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2015). 1827-29: Christians in the Kansai!
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2015). The Ise shrines: Meanings, agents, and business models.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2015). Review: Government by Mourning: Death and Political Integration in Japan, 1603-1912. Monumenta Nipponica. ISSN 0027-0741. 70(1), p. 135–141.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2015). Esben Andreasen and Jørn Borup, Japansk religion. Journal of Religion in Japan. ISSN 2211-8330. 4(2-3), p. 281–284.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2014). Laozi and the emergence of Shinto at Ise.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2014). Religion and its antonyms in Meiji Japan.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2014). Japanese religion: a terminal patient? Kokusai shinpojūmu. ISSN 0915-2822. p. 243–246.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2014). Edo period secularism?
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2014). Review: A Buddhist Theory of Semiotics, by Fabio Rambelli. Monumenta Nipponica. ISSN 0027-0741. 69(2), p. 259–263.
  • 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). Nation, religion and identity according to a late-Edo samurai.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2012). Abstinence Princess Possessed: A "New Religion" in mid-Heian Ise?
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2012). Restoring historicity to Shinto: The case of Ise.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2012). Japanese religion -- a terminal patient?
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2012). Premodern secularism? A samurai's views on Buddhism and the Way of Heaven.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2012). Ôkuni Takamasa: Internationalizing Japan by Converting the West.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2011). The bizarre origination myth of the Ise shrines.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2011). Okuni Takamasa: The Divine Principle. In Heisig, James W.; Kasulis, Thomas P. & Maraldo, John C. (Ed.), Japanese Philosophy: A Sourcebook. University of Hawai'i Press. ISSN 9780824835521. p. 523–535.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2011). Shinto. In Juergensmeyer, Mark & Roof, Wade Clark (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Global Religion. Sage Publications. ISSN 9780761927297.
  • 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). Rethinking Medieval Shinto. Special issue, The Book Asia Extreme-16 (2006-2007). Japanese journal of religious studies. ISSN 0304-1042. 37(2), p. 389–U336.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2010). Priests, money and women: Religion in Seji kenbunroku. The Netherlands-Japan Review. 2.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2009). Priests, money and women: religion in Seji Kenbunroku.
  • 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). Comparative perspectives on secrecy.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2009). Forget India -- Buddhism started in Japan.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2009). Japanske hager og myten om det japanske naturmennesket.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2008). What do we as organisers of this symposium mean by "nativism in Buddhist environments"? The Japanese perspective.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2008). Priests, money and women: Buyô Inshi’s take on religion.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2007). Ôkenron to Shintô-ryû.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2007). Hikaku jindô ron e no izanai.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2007). Comparative perspectives on Jindô and Shinto.
  • Teeuwen, Marcus Jacobus (2014). Oxford Bibliographies: Buddhism and Shinto. Oxford University Press.

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