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Author: Kai-wing Chow,Kevin M. Doak,Poshek Fu
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Publisher: University of Michigan Press (February 28, 2001)
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Constructing Nationhood in Modern East Asia by Kai-wing Chow,Kevin M. Doak,Poshek Fu



Kai-wing Chow, Kevin M. Doak, Poshek Fu. Ann Arbor. ISBN 0-472-09735-0 (cloth : alk. paper)-ISBN 0-472-06735-4 (pbk. : alk. paper) 1. Nationalism-East Asia-History-20th century. Civilization-20th century. I. Chow, Kai-wing, 1951– II. Doak, Kevin Michael. III. Fu, Poshek, 1955–.

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Kevin Doak is Associate Professor of History. Poshek Fu is Associate Professor of History and Cinema Studies. All three teach at University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

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Constructing Nationhood in Modern East Asia Kai-wing Chow, Kevin Michael Doak, Poshek Fu - 2001 - 0472067354 Page 337 "The most famous of these "children's operas" include The Grape Fairy (Putao xianzi, 1923), Three Butterflies (San hudie, 1926), and The Magpie and the Little Child (Maque yu xiaohai, 1927). Many of Li's children songs continue to circulate. Yellow Music: Media Culture and Colonial Modernity in the Chinese.

Chow, Kai-wing, Kevin M. Doak, Poshek Fu, eds. Constructing nationhood in modern East Asia. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2001. 3. Crowley, James . ed. Modern East Asia: essays in interpretation. New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, 1970. 4. Friedman Edward (ed) The Politics of Democratization : Vicissitudes and Universals in the East Asian Experience. Society and the Writer: Essays on Literature in Modern Asia.

Chow, Kai-wing, Doak, Kevin M. & Fu, Poshek 2001, 'Introduction' in Constructing nationhood in modern East Asia, eds Kai-wing Chow, Kevin M. Doak and Poshek Fu, The University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor, 1-12. Harootunian, Harry 2000, Overcome by Modernity: History, Culture, and Community in Interwar Japan, Princeton University Press, Princeton; Oxford.

1986) Kai-wing Chow, Kevin M. Doak, and Poshek Fu (ed., Constructing Nationhood in Modern East Asia (2001). Kevin Michael Doak, A History of Nationalism in Modern Japan (2006).

This is an interdisciplinary study of the cultural politics of nationalism and national identities in modern East Asia. The essays address issues ranging from the complex relations between popular culture and national consciousness to the representation of ethnic/racial identity and gendered discourse on nationalism. BT - Constructing nationhood in modern East Asia. PB - University of Michigan Press.

A cutting-edge collection exploring identity-making in East AsiaThis is an interdisciplinary study of the cultural politics of nationalism and national identities in modern East Asia. Combining theoretical insights with empirical research, it explores the cultural dimensions of nationhood and identity-making in China, Japan, Korea, Hong Kong, and Taiwan. The essays address issues ranging from the complex relations between popular culture and national consciousness to the representation of ethnic/racial identity and gendered discourse on nationalism. The cutting-edge research on the diverse forms of cultural preacceptance and the various ways in which this participates in the construction and projection of national and ethnic identities in East Asia illuminates several understudied issues in Asian studies, including the ambiguity of Hong Kong identity during World War II and the intricate politics of the post-war Taiwanese trial of collaboration.Addressing a wide range of theoretical and historical issues regarding cultural dimensions of nationalism and national identities all over East Asia, these essays draw insights from such recent theories as cultural studies, postcolonial theories, and archival-researched cultural anthropology. The book will be important reading for students of Asian studies as well as for serious readers interested in issues of nationalism and culture.Kai-wing Chow is Associate Professor of East Asian Languages and Cultures. Kevin Doak is Associate Professor of History. Poshek Fu is Associate Professor of History and Cinema Studies. All three teach at University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.