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Kabuki narratives of male homoerotic desire in Saikaku and Mishima  / Earl Jackson.

Theatre Journal, 41 (1989) 4 (dec), p. 459-477
bron: Theatre Journal jaargang: 41 (1989) 4 (dec), p. 459-477
samenvatting: Homoseksuele subteksten in twee verhalen over het Japense Kabuki-theater: 'Nanshoku Okagami' van Ihara Saikaku (1623-1693) en 'Onnagata', een kort verhaal van Yukio Mishima (1925-1970).
onderwerpen:

signatuur: dgb artikelen (jackson-e/kab)

Kabuki narratives of male homoerotic desire in Saikaku and Mishima
dgb artikelen (jackson-e/kab)
Earl Jackson.
Theatre Journal
41
(1989)
4
(dec)
459-477
N213403
Artikel

'Wenn wir nur fallen würden wie Kirschblüten im Frühling...' : Homosexualität in Japan und die 'Liebesgeschichten der Samurai' von Ihara Saikaku  / Uli Meyer, Tobias Völker.

Literatussi (1990) 3 (Sep), p. 3-4
bron: Literatussi (1990) 3 (Sep), p. 3-4
samenvatting: Tot 1853 en deels tot in de tweede wereldoorlog maakte de knapenliefde deel uit van de samurai-traditie en de japanse cultuur.
onderwerpen:

signatuur: ts.

'Wenn wir nur fallen würden wie Kirschblüten im Frühling...' : Homosexualität in Japan und die 'Liebesgeschichten der Samurai' von Ihara Saikaku
ts.
Uli Meyer, Tobias Völker.
Literatussi
(1990)
3
(Sep)
3-4
N218086
Artikel

Male love in early modern Japan: a literary depiction of the "youth"  / Paul Gordon Schalow.

bron:
samenvatting: Knapenliefde in het 17e-eeuwse Japan.
onderwerpen:

signatuur: cat. art. (hidde/fro) 1989 b

Male love in early modern Japan: a literary depiction of the "youth"
cat. art. (hidde/fro) 1989 b
Paul Gordon Schalow.
In: Hidden from history : Reclaiming the Gay and Lesbian Past / ed. by M.B. Duberman, M. Vicinus & G. Chauncey. - New York, NY : New American Library, 1989. - p. 118-128.
N223251
Artikel

Changing sex in public: female impersonation as performance  / Laurence Senelick.

Theater, 20 (1989) 2 (spring/summer), p. 6-11
bron: Theater jaargang: 20 (1989) 2 (spring/summer), p. 6-11
samenvatting: Over de Japanse Kabuki-onnagata en de relatie daarvan met sjamanisme.
onderwerpen:

signatuur: ts.

Changing sex in public: female impersonation as performance
ts.
Laurence Senelick.
Theater
20
(1989)
2
(spring/summer)
6-11
N223926
Artikel

Geisha der Dämmerung : ein Gespräch mit Daniel Schmid über seine Arbeit, die Illusion des Dokumentarischen und `Das geschriebene Gesicht'  / Gudrun Holz ; Daniel Schmid.

Rundbrief Film (1996) 8 (Okt/Nov), p. 459-462
bron: Rundbrief Film (1996) 8 (Okt/Nov), p. 459-462
samenvatting: Interview met de Zwitserse regisseur Daniel Schmid, voornamelijk over zijn film `The written face' over het Kabuki-theater en de beroemde Japanse ster Tamasaburo Bando.
onderwerpen:

signatuur: ts.

Geisha der Dämmerung : ein Gespräch mit Daniel Schmid über seine Arbeit, die Illusion des Dokumentarischen und `Das geschriebene Gesicht'
ts.
Gudrun Holz ; Daniel Schmid.
Rundbrief Film
(1996)
8
(Okt/Nov)
459-462
N241473
Boek

Male colors : the construction of homosexuality in Tokugawa Japan  / 

Gary P. Leupp.Berkeley, CA [etc.]: University of California Press, 1995 - viii, 310 p.: ill.
uitgave: Berkeley, CA [etc.]: University of California Press, 1995 - viii, 310 p.: ill.
annotatie: Bibliogr.: p. 279-302.
onderwerpen:
samenvatting: Studie over mannelijke homoseksualiteit in het pre-industriële Japan, waar biseksueel gedrag voor mannen de norm lijkt te zijn geweest.

signatuur: cat. (leupp/mal) b

toegang:
Male colors : the construction of homosexuality in Tokugawa Japan
cat. (leupp/mal) b
https://ihlia.nl/search/covers/thumb/N244925_1.jpg
Gary P. Leupp.
N244925
Grijs

Onnagata : Gender variance in Edo Period Japan  / by Marie Kudo.

[Berkely, CA]: [Pacific School of Religion], 2012 - 20 p.
uitgave: [Berkely, CA] : [Pacific School of Religion], 2012 - 20 p.
onderwerpen:
thema:
  1. crossdressing/drag
  2. podiumkunsten
samenvatting: One of the most popular forms of entertainment during the Edo period in Japan was kabuki. At first, kabuki was performed only by women, mores precisely, by prostitutes. However because the government during the Edo-period banned female-kabuki, soon kabuki came to be performed only by men, so male actors came to perform both male and female roles. Those who played only female roles were calles onnagata (women's role). Today's onnagata wear women's clothes and play female roles only on the kabuki stage, but during the Edo periods, many onnagata wore women's clothes in their daily lives too. Many of them also worked as entertainers and prostitutes. Boys who aimed to be an onnagata and who could not perform on the stage yet were called kagema. Kagema also dressed in women's clothes and worked as prostitutes to earn a living. For them, working as kagema was considered part of their training to become a good omnagata. This paper focusses on the figure of the onnagata of the Edo period in Japan and how they represented unique gender expression that trancended today's Western norm of gender and sexuality.

signatuur: cat. (kudo/onn)

dgb grijs

toegang:
Onnagata : Gender variance in Edo Period Japan
cat. (kudo/onn)dgb grijs
N293211
Artikel

Magnus Hirschfeld's Interpretation of the Japanese Onnagata as Transvestites  / Rainer Herrn and Michael Thomas Taylor.

Journal of the History of Sexuality, 27 (2018) 1 (jan), p. 63-100
bron: Journal of the History of Sexuality jaargang: 27 (2018) 1 (jan), p. 63-100
samenvatting: In 1913 Magnus Hirschfeld created what he reffered to as the "Wall of sexual transitions" for the International Physicians' Congress in London. The wall contained images of individuals structured into four quadrants that reflected categories central to Hirschfeld's theories: hermaphrodites, forms of androgyny, homosexuals, and transvestites. Among the images that can be distinguished are four photos of Japanese onnegata: male actors who played women's roles in Japanese Kabuki theatre. Hirschfeld includes the onnegata under the category of transvestite, which he coined in 1910 to distinguish homosexuals from men who dressed in women's clothing, many of whom reported being heterosexual and objected to being included with homosexuals in earlier categories of 'contrary sexual feeling".
onderwerpen:

signatuur: ts.

Magnus Hirschfeld's Interpretation of the Japanese Onnagata as Transvestites
ts.
Rainer Herrn and Michael Thomas Taylor.
Journal of the History of Sexuality
27
(2018)
1
(jan)
63-100
N302618

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