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Japanese Imperialism/Colonialism in "Manchuria" Project

Project Update

The book manuscript is being readied for publication.

The Crossed Histories: A New Approach to Colonial Manchuria

Edited by: Mariko Asano Tamanoi

Chapters contributed by:
Prasenjit Duara
Mariko Asano Tamanoi
Rana Mitter
David Tucker
Michael Baskett
Dan Shao

Contents

Preface: Mariko Asano Tamanoi

Part I: Introduction

Chapter 1: Manchukuo and the Contested Histories of Manchuria (Prasenjit Duara)

Part II: Complicating the Dichotomy of the Colonizer and the Colonized

Chapter 2: Knowledge, Power, and Racial Classifications: The Japanese in Manchuria (Mariko Asano Tamanoi)
Chapter 3: Manchuria in Mind: Press, Propaganda, and Northeast China in the Age of Empire, 1930-1937 (Rana Mitter)
Chapter 4: City Planning Without Cities: Order and Chaos in Utopia Manchukuo (David Tucker)

Part III: The Two Yoshiko's and the Vision of the History of Empire

Chapter 5: Aixin Gioro Xianyu (1906?-1948)- A Case Study of Shifting Identities during and after the Manchukuo Era (Dan Shao)
Chapter 6: Goodwill Hunting- Rediscovering and Remembering Manchukuo in Japanese "Goodwill Films" (Michael Baskett)

This book is currently in submission.