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by Naoki Sakai,Brett de Bary,Iyotani Toshio


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Brett de Bary was a member of the Japan Foundation American Advisory Council from 1995-2002.

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How can a post-national Japanese Studies be defined? How might the postwar myth of a monoethnic Japan be historicized? Can new forms of nationalism be effectively criticized by evoking a spirit of nationalist democracy? This book contains a series of groundbreaking essays by major Japanese and American scholars seeking to locate "Japan" beyond the geographical and ideological boundaries established post-1945 and under the Cold War. Included are essays on such iconic cultural figures as Maruyama Masao and Takamura Kôtarô; on the impact of colonialism on prewar theories of race, language, and multi-culturalism; on gender and nationalism; on the critique of culturalist notions of the "native speaker" and "mother tongue," and on Asian nationalisms in the era of globalization.
Deconstructing Nationality (Cornell East Asia Series) download epub
Asia
Author: Naoki Sakai,Brett de Bary,Iyotani Toshio
ISBN: 1885445245
Category: History
Subcategory: Asia
Language: English
Publisher: Cornell University - Cornell East Asia Series (March 31, 2010)
Pages: 276 pages