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Between two empires : race, history, and transnationalism in Japanese America

Author: Eiichiro Azuma
Publisher: New York : Oxford University Press, 2005.
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'Between Two Empires' probes the complexities of prewar Japanese American community to show how Japanese in America occupied an in-between space between American nationality & Japanese racial identity.
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Azuma, Eiichiro.
Between two empires.
New York : Oxford University Press, 2005
(DLC) 2004050145
(OCoLC)55473586
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Eiichiro Azuma
ISBN: 9780198036128 0198036124 1423720385 9781423720386 0195159403 9780195159400 0195159411 9780195159417 1433700077 9781433700071
OCLC Number: 61341372
Description: 1 online resource (xiii, 306 p.) : ill.
Contents: Immigrant transnationalism between two empires --
I: Multiple beginnings --
Mercantilists, colonialists, and laborers: heterogeneous origins of Japanese America --
II: Convergences and divergences --
Re-forming the immigrant masses: the transnational construction of a moral citizenry --
Zaibei doho: racial exclusion and the making of an American minority --
III: Pioneers and successors --
"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 --
IV: Complexities of immigrant nationalism --
Helping Japan, helping ourselves: the meaning of issei patriotism --
Ethnic nationalism and racial struggle: interethnic relations in the California delta --
Wartime racisms, state nationalisms, and the collapse of immigrant transnationalism.
Responsibility: Eiichiro Azuma.
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