Publications by Michael Como

“Immigrant Gods on the Road to Jindō.” In Rethinking Medieval Shintō / Repenser le shintō médiéval. Michael Como, Bernard Faure, and Iyanaga Nobumi, eds. Cahiers d’Extrême-Asie 16, 2010.

Weaving and Binding: Immigrant Gods and Female Immortals in Ancient Japan. University of Hawai’i Press, 2008.

Shōtoku: Ethnicity, Ritual and Violence in the Japanese Buddhist Tradition. Oxford University Press, 2008.

“Of Temples, Horses, and Tombs: Hōryūji and Chūgūji in Heian and Early Kamakura Japan.” In Hōryūji Reconsidered, ed. Dorothy Wong, 263–288. Cambridge Scholars Press, 2008.

“Horses, Dragons and Disease in Nara Japan.” Japanese Journal of Religious Studies34.2 (2007): 393–415.

“Silkworms and Consorts in Nara Japan.” Asian Folklore Studies 64 (2005): 111-131.

“Ethnicity, Sagehood and the Politics of Literacy in Asuka Japan.” Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 30 (2003): 61-84.