Asian Diasporas: New Formations, New Conceptions

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Latin America in AsiaPacific Perspective
Identity and Masculinity
Pedagogy and Practice Among
Our Flavour Is Greater
Examining the Adopted Korean Existence
The Racialization
Asian Diasporas and Yet
Beyond Asian Diasporas
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Pagina 228 - Look, a Negro!' It was an external stimulus that flicked over me as I passed by. I made a tight smile. 'Look, a Negro!' It was true. It amused me. 'Look, a Negro!' The circle was drawing a bit tighter. I made no secret of my amusement. 'Mama, see the Negro! I'm frightened!
Pagina 228 - I was responsible at the same time for my body, for my race, for my ancestors. I subjected myself to an objective examination, I discovered my blackness, my ethnic characteristics; and I was battered down by tom-toms, cannibalism, intellectual deficiency, fetishism, racial defects, slave-ships, and above all else, above all: "Sho
Pagina 59 - Latin America: A Survey," Journal of Interamerican Studies and World Affairs 23, no. 4 (November 1981): 457-82.
Pagina 112 - The Republic of China (ROC) and the People's Republic of China (PRC...
Pagina 159 - Thou hadst, and more, Miranda. But how is it, That this lives in thy mind ? What seest thou else In the dark backward and abysm of time ? If thou remember'st aught, ere thou cam'st here, How thou cam'st here, thou may'st.
Pagina 23 - One of them replicates the time-honored portrayal of growing acculturation and parallel integration into the white middle-class; a second leads straight in the opposite direction to permanent poverty and assimilation into the underclass; still a third associates rapid economic advancement with deliberate preservation of the immigrant community's values and tight solidarity.
Pagina 124 - Diaspora In its simplest formulation, diaspora refers to the condition of a people who share a common "homeland," real or imagined, and who are dispersed throughout the world, either by force or by choice. Diaspora most commonly refers to "the doubled relationship or dual loyalty ... to two places — their connections to the space they currently occupy and their continuing involvement with 'back home'" (Lavie and Swedenburg 1996, 15).
Pagina 59 - Baja California and the North Mexican Frontier, Proceedings of the Pacific Coast Council on Latin American Studies, vol. 12 (San Diego, CA: San Diego State University Press, 1985-1986).
Pagina 32 - An agreement was sealed sometime in 1846 between Zulueta and Company in London and the British in Amoy, a treaty port in Fukien Province, South China. On June 3, 1847, the Spanish ship "Oquendo" docked in Havana with 206 Chinese on board, after 131 days at sea.
Pagina 23 - race' in this country is fired by conceptions of national belonging and homogeneity which not only blur the distinction between 'race' and nation, but rely on that very ambiguity for their effect.

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