Imperial Japan and Colonial Sensibility

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Imperial Japan and Colonial Sensibility
Journal Issue Pages: 228 Volume 21, Number 1 Published: Winter 2013 An issue of positions
Special Issue Editor: Jordan Sand


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Guest Editor's Introduction: Imperial Japan and Colonial Sensibility: Affect, Object, Embodiment - Jordan Sand

Assimilation's Racializing Sensibilities: Colonized Koreans as Yobos and the “Yobo-ization” of Expatriate Japanese - Todd A. Henry

Tabloid Coloniality: A Popular Journalist Maps Empire - Mark Driscoll

Dying as a Daughter of the Empire - Helen J. S. Lee

Tropical Furniture and Bodily Comportment in Colonial Asia - Jordan Sand

Sŏ In-sik's Communism and the East Asian Community (1937 – 40) - Travis Workman

Politics of Return: Homecoming Stories of the Vietnamese Diaspora - Chih-ming Wang

Forum Theater in Singapore: Resistance, Containment, and Commodification in an Advanced Industrial Society - Kenneth Paul Tan


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