Sho Sato Conference in Honor of Takao Tanase 2005

Proceedings from the Sho Sato Conference held at the University of California, Berkeley, February 12-13, 2005

 

List of Tanase chapter titles

Introduction
Harry N. Scheiber, Law, University of California, Berkeley

Translating Tanase: Challenging Paradigms of Japanese Law and Society
Luke Nottage, Law, University of Sydney

Comparing Japanese and American Approaches to Parental Rights: A Comment On, and Appreciation of, the Work of Takao Tanase
Ira Mark Ellman, Law, Arizona State University

On the Routinization of Tort Claims: Takao Tanase’s “The Management of Disputes
Robert A. Kagan, Law, University of California Berkeley

Comments on Professor Takao Tanase’s “Invoking Law as Narrative: Lawyer’s Ethics and the Discourse of Law
Norman Spaulding, Law, Stanford University

Takao Tanase, Japanese Litigiousness, and “Taking Kawashima Seriously
Tom Ginsburg, Law and Political Science, University of Illinois

Comments on the Collected Writings of Takao Tanase: Modernism
Marianne Constable, Rhetoric, University of California, Berkeley

Comments on the Theme of Modernism in the Work of Takao Tanase
Andrew Barshay, History, University of California, Berkeley

 

 


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