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The Philippines and Japan in America's shadow

Author: Kiichi Fujiwara; Yoshiko Nagano
Publisher: Singapore : NUS Press, ©2011.
Edition/Format:   Print book : National government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Japan and the Philippines both spent part of the 20th century under American rule, and the experience left an indelible imprint on both societies. Conventional wisdom suggests that American rule in the Philippines, while clearly a form of colonialism, was mitigated by American reluctance to be a colonial power and by early steps to transfer government functions to Filipinos. Similarly, the American occupation of  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Philippines and Japan in America's shadow.
Singapore : NUS Press, ©2011
(OCoLC)1002182872
Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Kiichi Fujiwara; Yoshiko Nagano
ISBN: 9789971694692 9971694697
OCLC Number: 667111790
Description: ix, 340 pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm
Contents: Introduction. The tale of two empires : Japan and the US as latecomers in colonialism / Kiichi Fujiwara --
Part I. Empires and nation-building. The Philippines and US imperial identity / Julian Go --
Wars with the US and Japan, and the politics of history in the Philippines / Reynaldo C. Ileto --
American impact on elite continuity in post-war Japan and the Philippines / Temario C. Rivera --
Part II. Images of nations and nationalism. The Japanese analogy as liminal crisis-effect in initial Filipino-American encounters, 1898-1899 / Oscar V. Campomanes --
Japan and America in the Filipino nationalist imagination : from Rizal to Ricarte / Floro C. Quibuyen --
On the same terrain of colonial modernity : the mystification of Jose Rizal and the symbolization of Japanese emperor / Yoshiko Nagano --
Memory and mourning : six decades after the two wars / Satoshi Nakano --
Part III. Triangle encounters --
the Philippines, Japan and the USA. Baguio's early 20th-century Japanese community : culture, society, and work in an American "hill station" in the Philippines / Patricia O. Afable --
Competing shadows : Japan and the USA in the Filipino American imagination / Augusto Espiritu --
Singing of modernity and US shadow : bodily aesthetics and ideology in salidummay and shoka / Michiyo Yoneno-Reyes --
Love triangles : Filipinos, Japanese, and the shifting locations of American power / Nobue Suzuki --
Refiguring identities in an Ifugao village : sketches of joint projects from a Filipino filmmaker, a native intellectual, and a Japanese anthropologist under American shadow(s) / Hiromu Shimizu.
Responsibility: edited by Kiichi Fujiwara and Yoshiko Nagano.
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Japan and the Philippines both spent part of the 20th century under American rule, and the experience left an indelible imprint on both societies. Conventional wisdom suggests that American rule in the Philippines, while clearly a form of colonialism, was mitigated by American reluctance to be a colonial power and by early steps to transfer government functions to Filipinos. Similarly, the American occupation of Japan is understood to represent a necessary transitional phase between autocracy and democracy.

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