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This front matter section of the book Listen, Copy, Read: Popular Learning in Early Modern Japan contains a list of illustrations, contributors and the acknowledgements. The book is the result of an international workshop on the following theme: "Ways of learning, use of guidebooks in Early Modern Japan", held in 2009 at the Université Paris Diderot. The workshop brought together Masashi Tsujimoto, W. J. Boot, Matthias Hayek, Christophe Marquet, Markus Rüttermann and Annick Horiuchi. Masashi Tsujimoto, who was residing in Paris at the time as a visiting professor, gave significant impetus to this project. His emphasis on learning media and the concept of 'learning' was an important source of inspiration for the workshop and provided the book's general orientation.

Keywords: early modern Japan; Masashi Tsujimoto; Matthias Hayek; Paris Diderot



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