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Contents Note to Readers Preface Introduction 1. The Global and the Local in the Origins of the Raku Technique 2. Anomie and Innovation in Kyoto: Ceramic Professionals, Amateurs, and Consumers 3. Inventing Early Modern Identity: The Birth of the Raku House 4. Institutionalization of the Iemoto Gaze: Tea, Raku, and the Iemoto System 5. Reproduction and Appropriation in the Nationwide Dispersal of the Raku Technique 6. Inventing Modern Identity: The Collapse of Warrior Patronage, the Rise of Individualism and Nationalism Epilogue: Authenticity and Connoisseurship Notes Bibliography Index
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Potters -- Japan -- Biography.