Table of contents for Handmade culture : raku potters, patrons, and tea practitioners in Japan / Morgan Pitelka.

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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

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Raku pottery.
Potters -- Japan -- Biography.