Between Two Empires Race, History, and Transnationalism in Japanese America
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Description: The incarceration of Japanese Americans has been discredited as a major blemish in American democratic tradition. Accompanying this view is the assumption that the ethnic group help unqualified allegiance to the United States. Between Two Empires probes the complexities of prewar Japanese America to show how Japanese in America held an in-between space between the United States and the empire of Japan, between American nationality and Japanese racial identity.
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Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: Oxford University Press, Incorporated
Publication date: 3/17/2005
Size: 9.10" wide x 6.10" long x 0.90" tall
|Introduction : immigrant transnationalism between two empires|
|Mercantilists, colonialists, and laborers : heterogeneous origins of Japanese America|
|Re-forming the immigrant masses : the transnational construction of a moral citizenry|
|Zaibei Doho : racial exclusion and the making of an American minority|
|"Pioneers of Japanese development" : history making and racial identity|
|The problem of generation : preparing the Nisei for the future|
|Wages of immigrant internationalism : Nisei in the ancestral land|
|Helping Japan, helping ourselves : the meaning of Issei patriotism|
|Ethnic nationalism and racial struggle : interethnic relations in the California Delta|
|Epilogue : wartime racisms, state nationalisms, and the collapse of immigrant transnationalism|