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Introducing the Research Project “Sacred Narrative – The Political Dimension of Japanese Mythology”

Author: Klaus Antoni
Institution: University of Tuebingen
ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-3600-1403
Author: Julia Dolkovski
Institution: University of Tuebingen
ORCID: https://orcid.org/0009-0001-3348-0886
Author: Louise Neubronner
Institution: University of Tuebingen
ORCID: https://orcid.org/0009-0001-2401-3725
Year of publication: 2023
Source: Show
Pages: 29-71
DOI Address: https://doi.org/10.15804/npw20233702
PDF: npw/37/npw3702.pdf

Introducing the Research Project “Sacred Narrative – The Political Dimension of Japanese Mythology”

The Kojiki and Nihon shoki have been integral to the formation of Japanese identity, especially since the 18th century. As such, they were constantly exposed to processes of sacralization and desacralization, i.e., the attribution and removal of authority. The research project “Sacred Narrative – The Political Dimension of Japanese Mythology” is concerned with how certain systems of thought or ideology used these texts in a way that raised them to an elevated position or deprived them of it. Organized in three focus areas, the project delves into the topic of the historical change the Kojiki and Nihon shoki underwent in terms of interpretation and instrumentalization from the Edo period up to modern-day Japan. These investigations are integrated into the research group “De/Sacralization of Texts” at the University of Tübingen that started its work in January 2022. In this interdisciplinary context, “Sacred narrative” seeks to promote the integration of East-Asian textuality into general theory formation.

Представляем исследовательский проект «Сакральный нарратив – политическая Измерение японской мифологии»

Кодзики и Нихон сёки были неотъемлемой частью формирования японской идентичности, особенно с 18 века. Как таковые, они постоянно подвергались процессам сакрализации и десакрализации, т. е. присвоению и отстранению власти. Исследовательский проект «Священное повествование — политическое измерение японской мифологии» посвящен тому, как определенные системы мысли или идеологии использовали эти тексты таким образом, чтобы возвысить их или лишить их этого положения. Организованный по трем основным направлениям, проект исследует тему исторических изменений, которые претерпели Кодзики и Нихон сёки с точки зрения интерпретации и инструментализации от периода Эдо до современной Японии. Эти исследования включены в исследовательскую группу «Десакрализация текстов» в Тюбингенском университете, которая начала свою работу в январе 2022 года. В этом междисциплинарном контексте «Священное повествование» стремится способствовать интеграции восточноазиатской текстуальности в общую теорию. Образование.

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