Reading Colonial Japan Text, Context, and Critique
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Description: By any measure, Japan's modern empire was formidable. The only major non-western colonial power in the 20th century, Japan controlled a vast area of Asia and numerous archipelagos in the Pacific Ocean. The massive extraction of resources and extensive cultural assimilation policies radically impacted the lives of millions of Asians and Micronesians, and the political, economic, and cultural ramifications of this era are still felt today.The Japanese empire lasted from 1869-1945. During this time, how was the Japanese imperial project understood, imagined, and lived?Reading Colonial Japanis a unique anthology that aims to deepen knowledge of Japanese colonialism(s) by providing an eclectic selection of translated Japanese primary sources and analytical essays that illuminate Japan's many and varied colonial projects. The primary documents highlight how central cultural production and dissemination were to the colonial effort, while accentuating the myriad ways colonialism permeated every facet of life. The variety of genres the explored includes legal documents, children's literature, cookbooks, serialized comics, and literary texts by well-known authors of the time. These cultural works, produced by a broad spectrum of "ordinary" Japanese citizens (a housewife in Manchuria, settlers in Korea, manga artists and fiction writers in mainland Japan, and so on), functioned effectively to reinforce the official policies that controlled and violated the lives of the colonized throughout Japan's empire.By making available and analyzing a wide-range of sources that represent "media" during the Japanese colonial period,Reading Colonial Japandraws attention to the powerful role that language and imagination played in producing the material realities of Japanese colonialism.
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All the information you need in one place! Each Study Brief is a summary of one specific subject; facts, figures, and explanations to help you learn faster.
List price: $24.95
Copyright year: 2012
Publisher: Stanford University Press
Publication date: 3/28/2012
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
|Note on Japanese Namesxv|
|The Shores of the Sorachi,River|
|Context/Critique Writing Ainu Out/Writing Japanese In: The "Nature" of Japanese Colonialism in Hokkaido|
|Hokkaido Former Natives Protection Law|
|Context/Critique Rule in the Name of "Protection": The Vocabulary of Colonialism|
|Context/Critique Subaltern Identity in Okinawa|
|Context/Critique Violence, Borders, Identity: An Ethnographic Narrative Set in ColonialTaiwan|
|The Manual of Home Cuisine The Women's Division of the Green Flag Association|
|Context/Critique Eating for the Emperor: The Nationalization of Setder Homes and Bodies in the Kominka Era|
|Wolf Forest, Basket Forest, and Thief Forest|
|Context/Critique A Little Story of Settler Colonialism: Imperialist Consciousness and Children's Literature in the 1920s|
|Context/Critique Imperializing Motherhood: The Education of a "Manchu Girl" in Colonial Manchuria|